Movie Name: Master
Cast: Vijay, Vijay Sethupathi, Malavika Mohanan, Gouri Kishan, and others
Dialogue: Rathna Kumar, Pon Parthiban
Music: Anirudh Ravichander
DOP: Sathyan Sooryan
Producer: Xavier Britto
Written and directed: Lokesh Kanagaraj
Release Date: Jan 13, 2021
3movierulz.org Rating: 3/5
Tamil star hero Vijay's latest movie 'Master'. Vijay Sethupathi plays the villain in this film. The movie 'Master' was released today as a mass entertainer. Let's go into the review and find out how much it impressed the audience!
Jedi College Professor. All those college students are Jedi followers. College management does not like that. Jedi is full of time drinking alcohol. College elections are coming in this order... Among them winning the Jedi man with Jedi's support, on the other hand, Bhavani becomes a monster due to some circumstances in his life. Moreover, he is committing acts of sedition by obstructing children. Will the Jedi stand in the way of Bhavani amidst some unexpected events in this sequence? What kind of effort does the Jedi make to save the children from Bhavani. What are some of the dramatic consequences of that? The rest of the story is what happened in the middle as well as in the end.
With this film, Vijay again reminded the old Vijay. He played the role of the master, it was great to change his look and his body language to suit his character. In some key scenes, he is the highlight of the film with his settled acting and style with his mark acting. Vijay also laughs occasionally with his comedy timing.
Vijay Sethupathi, who played another key role, impressed with his majestic acting as well as his comedy timing as usual. Andrea, who has played other key roles in the film, is impressed with her performance even though she only appears in a few scenes within her character range.
The rest of the cast also did well. Vijay Sethupathi, who played the villain in particular, did very well. He's acting as a strong villain with cruelty is great. Director Vijay made full use of style and mannerisms in the film. With that, the film is entertaining Vijay fans well.
Although director Lokesh Kanakaraj shot some scenes emotionally well .. he could not write the storylines in a way that was fully impressive to the storyline taken. The background score in the movie is good. The songs provided by the music director are not entirely impressive. The cinematography is good. Most of the scenes in the movie were shot very beautifully. When it comes to editing... I have to reduce some of the stretching scenes that are scattered. The producer produced this film without compromising anywhere. The architectural values are very good.
Vijay impressed as a college professor in this highly anticipated film directed by Lokesh Kanakaraj. Also, Vijay Sethupathi once again impresses as a villain. The film did not live up to expectations. Although there are some compelling elements in the film, the important narrative is slow-moving, the film lacks a proper treatment of the main theme, the scenes are not designed to be impressive, and some scenes in the film seem a bit far removed from the Telugu nativity. Things like that stand out as weaknesses to the film. Vijay Mark's acting, action scenes as well as some emotional scenes are impressive. But it seems that the director has made the film with Vijay fans in mind only. Overall the film does not fully impress the ordinary audience. The film connects only to Vijay fans.