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Maan Karate Tamil Movie Review

Maan Karate Rating: 2.53/5

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Maan Karate Tamil Movie Review

Ratings:2/5 Review By:  S Saraswathi  Site:Rediff

Maan Karate is all about how a weak, good for nothing is suddenly transformed into a boxing champion by the power of true love. Maan karate is supposedly a form of defence in which one escapes an attack by using the tactics of the deer. The film is all about how true love can help one accomplish the impossible. An ordinary effort by the director, whose immense faith in the power of love seems utterly fantastical.

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

Maan Karate is nothing but a showcase for Sivakarthikeyan. It is an acknowledgement that the former TV personality is today a bonafide star. Which is why it is sad to see his efforts getting wasted in a film that dispenses with any form of logic, and wants us to take it as it is, no questions asked. Given that the basic premise of the film itself is weak, and there is generally an ‘anything goes’ approach to the script, we feel that beneath all the gloss, there is nothing but emptiness.

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Ratings:2.75/5 Review By:  Review Board  Site:Behindwoods

Maan Karate combines elements like fantasy and the regular brand of commercial entertainment in true Siva Karthikeyan style. We also have the sporting angle with Siva being the quintessential underdog taking on a mighty champion. On the whole, the movie is definitely watchable, with some amount of suspension of disbelief, for the many segments of entertainment that it offers. Verdict: Siva Karthikeyan’s entertainer to beat the summer heat

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Ratings:2.75/5 Review By: IndiaGlitz  Site: IndiaGlitz

The movie might be the commercial cinema that we want, but falls flat on a lot of aspects. Taking sport as theme the screenplay takes a toss with the second half of boxing matches making you scratchy. The first bout is a copy of Charlie Chaplin’s City Lights movie, only not convincing enough! Film makers in commercial cinema do look for the least bit of logic, and with a serious sport as good as boxing the climax is made too much dramatic to bear Ergo, Maan Karate takes you on a joy ride with Siva’s rib licking timing through the first, ceases to do the same in the second half. Verdict : Barring the boxing sequences, a good watch!

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Ratings:Rollicking Ride Review By: Moviebuzz  Site: Sify

Maan Karate is a watchable fantasy entertainer. In many ways, it is a typical formula film that sticks to hero image template. There is nothing new in this fantasy story, which is hard to digest. But director Thirukumaran’s idea is simple- provide a packaged entertainer where audiences should not ask questions and suspend disbelief. The interval block is one of the highlights of the film. On the whole, a perfect summer outing with your family.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Ramchander  Site: One India 

The storyline is good but the execution could have been a lot better. Thirukumaran’s inexperience in handling a goodstory is visible in his screenplay. He taken the logics for granted and tries to convince us that a man can achieve anything if you insult and challenge him.But the biggest problem is the second half. The screenplay fails to keep you engaged here. The director could have worked harder to ensure to carry forward the momentum created by the first half.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Siddharth Srinivas  Site: Cinemalead

Making use of AR.Murugadoss’ story, Thirukumaran could have worked harder on the screenplay to bring out a convincing product. Instead, we are led to a fun first half, which is followed by a highly predictable and cliché ridden second. Things like the lewd comic scenes and forced song inducements do not work in favor of the film either. Thanks to the reach of its main lead and the heavy buzz, Maan Karate will cross the bar. The later stages, are left at bay. Verdict : This boxer packs a punch which is half as powerful.

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Ratings:2.25/5 Review By: Moviecrow  Site: Moviecrow 

It is difficult not to wonder what the heck the writing team must be smoking when they came up with this story? Even if you convince yourself to overlook the basic premise, the subsequent situations are implausible and forcibly stitched. The notion that Sivakarthikeyan with no formal training in boxing can defeat a professional boxer is far-fetched. The script takes a lot of liberties and takes logic for granted. A number of scenes and situations are heavily contrived and childish. Despite many of the scenes being out-of-place, the comedy quotient may entertain you in some places.

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