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High On Performances And Content!
A slow yet intense drama, that is held together by some fabulous acting and sharp dialogues!(more)
Source: Akash, MovieCrow
Magamuni is a worthy follow-up to Santhakumar's debut film, Mouna Guru.
The sharp dialogues also include digs at the current socio-political scenario, and even add a touch of levity at times. Thaman's background score is effective in adding to the tension in the scenes. And Arya comes up with a remarkably controlled performance that does a fabulous job in capturing the ...(more)
Source: Suganth, Times Of India
Magamuni is a slow burning crime drama with consistently gripping screenplay. Don't miss!
A major drawback is that the film does have from a loose end. Despite showcasing an unflinching eye for detail and exposition, the writing misses to explain the reason behind a character ending up in an asylum for the mentally underdeveloped. Overall, Magamuni is a deeply affecting film that presen...(more)
Source: Behindwoods Review Board, Behindwoods.com
Solid writing and terrific acting!
Magamuni is a classic mainstream revenge thriller which is a must-watch for its solid writing and flawless performances of the lead actors. We are going with four out of five for Magamuni. Go for it!(more)
Source: Moviebuzz, Sify.com
Arya headlines this offbeat, non-commercial revenge saga that gets many things right
Arya's bold decision to pick an offbeat subject like Magamuni and give one of his better performances in it is worthy of praise. His portrayal of Muni, a character that seems to have been plucked out of director Bala's handbook, is understated but it is as Maga that he really shines. He gets help fr...(more)
Source: SRINIVASA RAMANUJAM, The Hindu
A slow-burning thriller whose parts are greater than its sum
Magamuni is one of those films where the sum is, unfortunately, lesser than its parts. While the film does manage to hold the tension until the end, you walk out wondering if that was all. That question makes me put it in the space between a good film and a great film. And that sometimes makes all t...(more)
Source: Ashameera Aiyappan , CinemaExpress.com
Arya shines in brilliant revenge thriller
Director Santhkumar's second film Magamuni is an excellent social commentary on casteism, discrimination, politics and spirituality. The film starring Arya is a slow burner, but will pry open your eyes.(more)
Source: Janani, India Today
Arya impresses in a double role in Santhakumar's story with well-crafted
Magamuni is gripping and thrilling. It stands out for the way the director has delved into the subject of Karma and redemption, and also the socio-political issues, without being preachy. (more)
Source: Sreedhar Pillai, Firstpost.com