Synopsis/Plot : Jil, Jung and Juk land a task of transporting drugs. What seems a straight road turns complex due to their own madcap actions and few conspiracies designed by a handful.
Quirky, New Age and Mostly Entertaining
Newcomer Deeraj Vaidy shows a lot of promise. The comedy, whenever it works is top notch. A lot of small but extremely innovative and interesting ideas are employed throughout. The self worshipping inspector speaking chaste Tamil is one such. (more)
Source: Bharath Vijayakumar, MovieCrow
A Wickedly Entertaining dark comedy
The dark comedy genre is something that several directors in the new millennium have attempted in Tamil cinema, but were only able to dish out films that one can perhaps call twilight comedies. Young Dheeraj Vaidya has done a Guy Ritchie in �Jil Jung Juk� presenting Tamil cinema�s first real dark c...(more)
Source: Editorial board, IndiaGlitz.com
Though more of Jung and a little of Jil, still a praiseworthy attempt!
JJJ is wacky, weird and outlandish. The idiosyncratic nature of the film gets to be the major advantage but it also detaches the viewer from the regular movie watching experience. The factor in the comedy might disturb the viewers, but the director�s spearheading effort with the dialogues deserves m...(more)
Source: Editorial board, Behindwoods.com
Not funny at all
Just like any other dark comedies in Tamil cinema (most of them are inspired by Guy Ritchie flicks), here too each and every character has got interesting back stories and to be honest, they initially create good impression but over indulgence and repetitive gags spoils the show.(more)
Source: Moviebuzz, Sify.com
An Eccentric 'Jung'le-like Ride!
The movie could've been much better had the director Deeraj Vaidy concentrated more on the dialogues. A movie of this genre works only if the dialogues manage to fascinate you right throughout, which is unfortunately not the case here. (more)
Source: Avinash Gopinath, One India
A black comedy that does not quite fly
Deeraj Vaidy�s Jil Jung Juck (named after three characters in the film) has a striking resemblance to Hong Kong director Wong Kar-wai�s colour palate, especially his In The Mood For Love, and Quentin Tarantino�s black humour. Only that Vaidy does not turn these dark episodes in his work scary enough...(more)
Source: Gautaman Bhaskaran, Hindustan Times
JJJ didn't strike well, nor had the potential setting to be striking. From the top to bottom JJJ struggled from adhering to its own stated-futuristic-environment. The base of the Movie was unclear throughout, gave an alien and messed up outlook which too wasn't mature enough to stay in the mind. Rev... (more)
Watched jil junk juck.. Good entertaining movie.. Feeling happy.. Nice drama.. Comedy is very plus... (more)
It was a new try.. Screen presence was good.. Though all dilouges didn't make much funny..only few were good.. Background and sets was awesome .. Different try ... But a good one .. Still could have been made humorous... (more)