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Rummy Tamil Movie Review

Rummy  Rating: 2.37/5

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Rummy Tamil Movie Review

Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: S Sarswathi  Site:Rediff

Though slow, the brilliant chemistry of the lead actors and their romances keep one totally engrossed. Unfortunately, the second half is a huge disappointment; all the hatred and violence seems extremely predictable. Debutant director K Balakrishnan’s Rummy is an engaging film, let down by an average screenplay and the extremely slow pace.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: M Suganth Site:Times of India (TOI)

The characters too are broadly written and the actors try their best to elevate this material but there is hardly anything for them to hold on to and showcase something fresh. As for the romances, they happen so quickly without much drama (and, both are love-at-first-sight romances), while the villain doesn’t have any shades.If it isn’t mentioned that the film takes place in the 80s, we would still have bought this as a contemporary story taking place in the lawless South (even if it isn’t the reality). And, yet, despite all these problems, we stick till the end because of our inherent nature of finding some comfort in the familiar.

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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Behindwoods Review Board  Site:Behindwoods

Ultimately, the biggest drawback of Rummy is its laborious pace and its familiar premise.The conflict element in the movie has been shown countless times in yesteryear movies and there is nothing new on offer. Also, at a time when Vijay Sethupathi commands such popularity and attention, Rummy does nothing to capitalize on that and instead relegates him to the background. Verdict: A familiar tale of oppositions to love which takes its own sweet time to move

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Gautaman Bhaskaran  Site:Hindustan Times

Rummy is often violent, with the strongman’s underling slicing off the arm of a young man who dared to fall in love with a girl from his village. There is more bloodshed and gore to come, more revenge and brutality — sometimes treated with arrogant casualness. However, the high point of Balakrishnan’s script is the shock it presents at the end. What is clear is the subtle but nuanced portrayal of male dominance played out against passionately innocent love.

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