“I liked how Shyamalan looks to turn the tables on those expecting an action-packed union of The Overseer — David Dunn’s superhero name, The Horde, and Mr. Glass. But it’s neither a meditative foray into the fabric of superheroes, nor a dynamic union.”
“Narai koodi kizha paruvam eidhi, kodum kootruk kiraiyenappin maayum, pala vedikkai manidharai pole naan veezhven endre ninaithayo?”, which roughly translates to, “Like those aging, with greying hair, who suffer the fate of death, did you think I, like contemptible people, will fall?” Petta is Karthik Subbaraj reminding us that the Superstar hasn’t fallen.
“This isn’t a film to take such easy opportunities to create heroic moments for him because let’s face the truth, he isn’t a hero. He’s a lousy piece of work who’s in need of redemption, even if he will do everything possible to convince you otherwise.”
“My most favourite Dhanush moment in this film is when he swishes his finger, and just as he’s about to say, “Senjuruven”, checks himself and says something else instead — something more endearing that takes into account the changed man that he is.”
“Poor Surekha (Ashna Zaveri, whose face the camera shows little interest in) looks at Hari for the first time, only for him to respond with a persistent, intense gaze of unadulterated lust. Starving lions don’t look at sleeping gazelles with as much desire.”