Valimai movie review: The ‘Amma’ sentiment ruins this otherwise thrilling Ajith Kumar-starrer

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While ‘Theeran Adhigaram Ondru’ may have announced that H Vinoth could do action, ‘Valimai’ reaffirms our belief that Vinoth could perhaps be the best Indian

filmmaker who knows how to write, choreograph and execute action sequences with a larger vision and purpose

Remember when Tom Hardy decides to join a small group of all-women rebels against the army of War Boys in Mad Max: Fury Road? Remember those absolutely

Now, imagine Tom Hardy walking up to Charlize Theron, narrating why he chose to join them with a sentimental backstory: that of the promise he made to his mother long before she passed awayre

. Imagine how boring, how fake that movie would have turned out to be. This is exactly the problem that kills the H Vinoth-directed Valimai from becoming a daring action film. This is not a needless o

exaggeration to satisfy Ajith Kumar’s fans; Valimai’s stunt scenes are stunning. Absolutely stunning. H Vinoth is truly a remarkable talent. He is one of the rare filmmakersef

While Theeran Adhigaram Ondru announced that Vinoth could do action, Valimai reaffirms our belief that Vinoth could perhaps be the best Indian filmmaker who knows how to write, choreograph

Valimai could have been that racy, out-and-out action film we have seen in a long time. But it is bogged down by narrative hiccups: a)