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Massu Engira Maasilamani 2015 123movies

Massu Engira Maasilamani 2015 123movies

May. 29, 2015151 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Masss aka Masilamani (Suriya) and his friend (Premji Amaren), two con-men, meet with a fatal accident when they were returning with money after a robbery. Thereafter, Masss attains the special ability to see ghosts/spirits around him. A Ghost named Shakthi(Suriya) sought the help of Masss and in return it promises to trace the money lost at the time of accident.
Plot: A conman gains the power to see and communicate with ghosts and decides to use it to make money. His happy-go-lucky lifestyle goes for a toss when a ghost who is his look-alike approaches him with an offer.
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**A conman and his ghost team!**

I truly don’t know what is the original title. ‘Mass’ or ‘Masss’ or ‘Massu’ or ‘Massu Engira Masalimani’. Since ‘Mangatha’ I haven’t seen any Venkat Prabhu’s films. He has lost his midas touch. His films are used to be youthful and fun, but not anymore. This was a different than his usual theme, but did not deliver. Particularly, I hated the graphics. Those CGI characters ruined the film in the initial part, I thought it was a very cheap thing I ever seen in a big production film. The action sequences were so stupid as well. The comedies were okay, but still it had lots of references of old films. So you can’t enjoy them if you are not familiar with the original.

Surya is a very dedicated actor that you would find in Kollywood today, but the filmmakers are not using that properly. Compared to any other actors, he does many varieties of films. I watched it only for him and nothing else. I appreciate the experimental theme, but they did not get a better screenplay. The storyline looked decent, especially the flashback, but did not develop well. Like what the title hints, it was too much mass which suits better for Tollywood fans. Might be Surya fans or Venkat’s would like it, sadly I’m not one. Surely you will have some laughs, other than that this is not good. So skipping it is not a bad option.


Review By: Reno Rating: 3 Date: 2016-11-23
As his previous five films have shown us, a Venkat Prabhu film cannot exist without certain must-haves. For starters, his brother Premgi Amaren will be the film’s designated comedian. There will be cameos by the Venkat Prabhu company of actors (here, we get Jai, Vijay Vasanth, Aravind Akash, Subbu Panchu to name a few). There will be twists galore in the plot. There will be endless pop culture references (this one invokes Engaeyum Eppothum, Mankatha, 7aum Arivu, Kaththi, Singam 2, Pammal K Sammandham, Pizza, Vaaranam Aayiram, Naan Kadavul, Raja Rani, actor Vishal’s fight against movie piracy, the catchphrase Ennamma Ippadi Pannreengalema and many more). The heroines will be strictly functional (Nayanthara’s role here is more a cameo). The focus will be more on entertaining even if means sacrificing some of the seriousness in a scene. And most importantly, there will be a subtle subversion of genre — Massu Engira Maasilamani (MEM) has ghosts but it is not a horror film but rather a revenge saga in the traditional ‘mass’ film mould. Some of these might come across as forced but there is no denying that they have become the director’s signature.

So, when we step into a Venkat Prabhu film, by now, we sort-of know what to expect. The fun lies in finding out how the director packages all these elements to surprise and entertain us. MEM shows that the director’s flair for delivering an unpretentious and undemanding film is still intact, even if a slight amount of predictability has crept into the filmmaking.

Venkat Prabhu makes his intentions quite clear right at the start when he introduces his hero, Mass. It feels like a typical hero’s introduction scene with Mass taking on a few hoodlums who are stealing from a TASMAC shop on Gandhi Jayanthi. He fights them off and then we are told that the entire thing was staged. And even as we get the mandatory hero introduction song, the director uses it to introduce the heroine, Manini, as well and in swift strokes shows us that Mass has fallen in love with her. The plot kicks in when Mass and his friend, Jet Li steal from a local gangster to help Manini, but are involved in an accident while trying to escape the gangster’s henchmen. Mass is admitted in a hospital and when he wakes up, he learns that he can see and talk to ghosts. He strikes a deal with this bunch of ghosts — they want him to fulfill their last wishes and he wants them to help him use this ‘gift’ and make money. But then he encounters a new ghost, Sakthi, who is his look-alike. Playing on his greed, Sakthi soon starts using Mass for his own needs. What happens when Mass realizes this and who is Sakthi?

What makes MEM different from previous Venkat Prabhu films is that the second half becomes a bit sentimental and that is both good and bad. There are moments when the sentimental bit works very well. For example, the scene in which Mass learns of one of the ghost’s cause of death and the moving song during which he satisfies the last wishes of some of the ghosts. But things turn somewhat melodramatic during the moment in which Mass finally learns who Sakthi is (though the revelation is a genuine surprise). And the backstory for Sakthi is also cliched and takes too much screen time. In contrast, the director gives us the backstory of Mass and his relationship with Jet Li in a matter of minutes without resorting to melodrama. The villains are quite generic but Venkat makes up for it with the character of Vikram, a cop, who is neither good nor bad. It also helps that Vikram is played by Parthepan who brings his own quirks to the role — in one scene, he romves the shades of a character who he is arresting and remarks in typical Parthepan-speak, “Enna kalutunanu yaarum ketrakoodadhu illa?’

The songs are plain indulgences (the Thriller-like Poochandi is visually interesting but brings the story to a halt) and the pacing dips a little during the second half despite some nifty editing (KL Praveen), and even the director acknowledges this by making Jet Li remark that Mass has slowed down. The film lacks the raciness of Biriyani or Mankatha, but there is enough inventivesness and joie de vivre to the scenes to keep us entertained.

Review By: timesofindia Rating: 6 Date: 2015-07-04
An effort seldom seen in Tamil Cinema that highlights the story throughout than the usual Masala factors
Suriya and Venkat Prabhu merge in this sort of spooky tale of twists, now both of them needing a proper hit at the BO. Venkat and co announces that there won’t be an ‘item’ number with a scantily clad chick like his previous films.Shortly after that, ‘Masss’ gets granted an ‘U’ certificate, you wonder if the director had compensated anything script wise to bring in the family audiences flocking. Songs also seem alright ,almost situational, giving fans and cinema goers unrest on whether this could be one of those experimental movies.

Venkat and team answers all doubts and critics in a such a fashion, commercial directors might have started taking notes. Suriya being the refined actor he is, takes center stage acting his heart out on screen. Turning 40 this year, it doesn’t add up to his youthful looks and brilliant physique. Suriya’s acting prowess seems second to none as he single-handedly holds the film playing a dual role one a grifter and another unexpected surprise role. 200% effort from Suriya, explains why himself and Vikram chase concept driven scripts, they are the only ones ready to put so much effort into one film.

Yuvan Shankar Raja also nails big time on the background score whether its the feet tapping ‘Conman theme’ or the darker, thrilling theme. With the film having some emotional content and sentiments, Yuvan adds some magic touches to compliment them. Songs are quite satisfying on the whole with the added visuals.

Speaking of the visuals, R.D. Rajasekhar proves to be the second hero behind the camera with extraordinary lighting and angles for an Indian film. He just might pick up a couple of awards for his contribution.Aiding the camera-work is the nicely done sets by art director Rajeevan, in the opening song as well as in the MJ tribute number.

The screenplay presented by the director is pretty new to Indian audience and will be the highlight as Masss is cut almost inch perfect by editor Praveen, serving the right amounts of the action and drama. The movie runs seamlessly from the turning point to interval,pre- climax and the simple ending. Despite that the flashback could have been shorter, as they slowed down Venkat’s good narration.

Comical add ons by Premji and Sriman, Karunas and Rajendran will be much appreciated as they are subtle and effective. Premji also comes up with perhaps his best act on screen. Heroine roles in a VP movie always are justified but short and cameo orientated. Nayanthara and Pranitha both are gorgeous looking and pushed astray by Suriya’s one man army of a a show. Perhaps the director might give more screen time to heroines in his future scripts.

Masss is a sure treat for fans of all ages, expect kids to fill up seats in the cinema hall this summer. A rare occasion when a big star’s film is out. Clean, well cut, exciting twists, zero hip shaking glamor, kid friendly almost masterpiece. Masss , the 3 S’s for; story,screenplay and Suriya. ( 3.75/5 )

Review By: kumar-52382 Rating: 7 Date: 2015-06-01
This is purely a neutral fan based reviews. It is only my view point of the movie.
Alright so this movie begins as a non-genre movie. U cant guess what this movie is about. the first few minutes is just for fun warm up like part. Then comes the starting point to the story-line. At this point you would have guessed what genre it belongs to.Yes Horror-comedy. It is something new that Surya and VP crew have tried out. I appreciate him for that. the movie has a lot of twists and turns in it which i obviously will not reveal even though i have checked the *spoiler alert*. The movie is funny until Surya turns his hairstyle. Confusing? Watch the movie and you will know.

Then comes the villains. You will only get to see the main antagonist in the second half. The movie is a sure pick for movie lovers. Most dint look like villains though. The best thing about this movie is the viewers will not be able to guess in most scenes. The first half however, is very enjoyable then comes the second half. Second half makes you wait for the next scene to know what will happen. As for the music, Yuvan has done a good work. This will mark his comeback as well as his whole team’s. Just 3 songs but all are very enjoyable. as per surya this is his comeback since singam 2. Premji has done a good work. His best role in his career as of yet. On the whole the whole team of Venkat prabhu has given a good comeback from their previous failure Biriyani.

Here are the flaws, like in most commercial movies nowadays, the heroine loses her place, she comes in like a cameo actress. No importance for her. Some unwanted song and very few unwanted scenes makes it a little longer. Some antagonists seem little funny to believe them to be villains. On the whole, the movie is a good entertainer and a comeback for Surya and everyone who worked in VP’s crew. Please say no to piracy and watch it in cinemas. 🙂

Review By: saigovind95 Rating: 8 Date: 2015-05-30

Other Information:

Original Title மாஸ் என்கிற மாசிலாமணி
Release Date 2015-05-29
Release Year 2015

Original Language ta
Runtime 2 hr 31 min (151 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Action, Comedy, Drama
Director Venkat Prabhu
Writer D.S. Kannan, Madhan Karky, Venkat Prabhu
Actors Suriya, Nayanthara, Parthiban
Country India
Awards 1 win
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix DTS
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Red Dragon
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process Redcode RAW
Printed Film Format N/A

Massu Engira Maasilamani 2015 123movies
Massu Engira Maasilamani 2015 123movies
Massu Engira Maasilamani 2015 123movies
Original title மாஸ் என்கிற மாசிலாமணி
TMDb Rating 4.8 24 votes

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