Enemy Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Anand Shankar
- Performances of the stars are good
- Action choreography is good
- Writing could have been better
Enemy is an action entertainer scripted and directed by Anand Shankar of Iru Mugan and “Nota.” S Vinodkumar produced the film. RD Rajashekhar cared for the visuals, and Raymond Derrick Crasta edited the movie. Songs are composed by S Thaman, and the BGM is by Sam CS. Vishal Reddy, “Arya,” Prakash Raj, Mirnalini Ravi, Mamta Mohandas, Malavika Avinash, Thambi Ramaiah, “Karunakaran,” George Maryan and G Marimuthu are cast.
Chozhan and Rajiv have been friends from childhood. Rajiv’s father is an ex-CBI officer. He trains both the kids and makes them ambitious to become strong and sincere cops in the future. After a few years, Chozhan runs a departmental store in Singapore. He is one of the few people who help the people in his locality. What happens when Chozhan meets Rajiv in a tough situation? How will he manage to face him when he turns his enemy? This forms the rest of the plot.
Arya is perfect in his negative role. Vishal is good in the action sequences. Prakash Raj did justice to the given role. Mirnalini Ravi is okay with her role.
Although we have seen a lot of films about friends becoming enemies, this one is a bit different. The director has designed the scenes well when Arya and Vishal meet. However, if the characters had been written better, Arya would have got a bit strong name. The cast is chosen well, and all are apt for the given roles. The cinematography is perfect, and the BGM too. The production values are good. The action sequences are well choreographed.
What’s Not There?
The film has a good story and screenplay. If the characters were designed better, the stars might have an opportunity to expose their talents better! However, it is worth watching once!