Metro Tamil Movie Review | Critic Reviews

Metro Tamil Movie Review

Metro Tamil Movie Review


Total Reviews - 7
Average Rating - 5.8/10
Yes - 5
No - 0
Neutral - 2
Watchable? - 100%

Critic Reviews Metro

  • Hindustan Times | Review By -Gautaman Bhaskaran Rating-6/10
Metro, with a stylishly captivating Simha and individual performances that don’t tip overboard into melodrama, is one of the better Tamil movies to have emerged in recent months. As a document of a serious malady that affects our consumerist society, it is certainly worth a watch this weekend.
Just as long as you leave your children home, that is.
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  • Behindwoods | Review By -BW Review Rating-5/10
The tone and nature of the content are not clearly meant for family audience and faint hearted. On a final note we wish the director had paid a sharpened focus to the screenplay. A better execution could have helped this fare fly a notch higher. Metro is brutally honest; it could have been a thrilling ride with a tighter screenplay.
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  • Deccan Chronicle | Review By -Anupama Subramanian Rating-5/10
Too much of violence disturbs. There are no romantic interludes though actress Maya has been roped in as the heroine. Metro is a hard-hitting thriller with a fresh plot made without commercial compromises and would go well with audiences who like to watch world movies.
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  • Times Of India | Review By -M Suganth Rating-6/10
This gritty set-up sets the tone for Metro, an unflinchingly violent crime thriller, that holds our attention for the backdrop against which Ananda Krishnan has set it against. The director gives us a peek into the world of chain-snatching and shows us the trail of the gold. However, his plot is no different from that of a routine action film — guy who loses someone close goes on a revenge spree.
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  • The Hindu | Review By -Baradwaj Rangan
Metro opens our eyes to a nasty little ecosystem that thrives right under our nose. Arivazhagan (Shirish) is a writer for a magazine, though when we first see him, he’s using a hammer to pulp a man whose face he’s plastered with duct tape. Can a flashback be far away?
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  • Filmi Beat | Review By -Avinash Gopinath Rating-7/10
Metro is an honest attempt by Ananda Krishnan which aims to educate its audiences about the brutality involved in greed and chain snatching. It also succeeds in instilling fear, which might make us more cautious, the next time we step out, which is the film's main objective.
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  • Piping Hot Views | Review By -Anand
All the departments right from lighting to cinematography to make-up to costumes to stunt choreography to editing have combined wonderfully well to give an ultra-stylish output. Metro is a riveting crime thriller where good writing and technical wizardry overcome some amateur performances by the protagonist and the antagonist.
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cast: 
Shirish, Bobby Simha, Sendrayan, Sathya, Nishanth, Rajkumar, Yogi Babu
direction: 
Ananda Krishnan
story: 
Ananda Krishnan
screenplay: 
Ananda Krishnan
dialogue: 
cinematography: 
NS Uthaya Kumar
music: 
Johan
produced by: 
Ananda Krishnan, J Jayakrishnan
language:
Tamil
genre: 
Action, Thriller
run time: 
119 minutes
censor certification: 
A

Plot Synopsis
In the gritty, morbid and unforgiving world of metropolitan cities, 'Metro' highlights the impact and menace of chain snatching on the society.