Friday, June 29, 2018

Friday Review: Tik Tik Tik


From the time I heard about this film and its concept (of space travel) I decided not to give a miss, watching it from theatre – and like I told earlier I went for a night show at drive-in, skipping the evening, for the Tamil film Tik Tik Tik . Shakthi Soundar Rajan always comes with different concept and deals with technical aspects neatly and I’m following his movies from Naanayam, even though he has directed only four films Tik… is top-notching.

The film revolves around an asteroid, in the size of Chennai, which is to hit the east coast of India in a week time to create havoc and the Indian space team tries to destroy the asteroid before it enters the earth surface! A team of astronauts head by Vasu (a trained magician and escape artist) goes to a space station to steal a missile, hold by an opponent country, to break apart the asteroid to preserve our country. Did their mission accomplished or not remains the subject which put us upright and holds interest to watch.

Hollywood has manipulated a lot on this concept (of space travel) but first time a movie made in India, using our simple technologies and VFX, want me to consider special and it lived up to  our expectation.  The director has simplified the subject and technical aspects to everyone’s understanding and the film crew had given their best to accomplish the mission. There are many places where logic dies but the illusion helped built up an image or mirage to watch with amuse. BGM was excellent!

The first impressive was the sound effect, where an asteroid hit the earth with force and make a large hole. I could say D.Imman had given his best and every time the BGM hit “tik tik tik” takes the entire attention and congrats D.Imman to accomplish a century, where Tik… was his 100th composed album. Jayam Ravi in role of Vasu had showed boldness and unpredicted on face keeps intense. (I appreciate Ravi for taking such innovative projects following Peranmai.) Ramesh Thilak and Arjunan made fun and Nivetha is additional attraction to the exact replicative high-tech spaceship and space station.

The editing was magic and one could feel it if you watch filming clips under credit. Cinematographic is quite refreshing and the VFX scenes are pretty clear and feels real!  The movie is a great experiment that deserves attention and keeping away the logic (which I think is not necessary in a Sci-Fi) it’s a sheer entertainment, taking Tamil cinema to a different level and I really wanted to watch this movie in theatre to support their effort and to encourage such experiment in movies. Tik Tik Tik! A must watch in theatre for the terrific effects.

9 comments:

Twilight Man said...

I saw this poster at our local cinemas as they do screen many Tamil movies.

Elsie Amata said...

I'm so glad you enjoyed the movie and it turned out so well. I like this kind of film as long as they aren't too far-fetched and this one sounds like they created a well-written plot line along with fantastic effects.

Elsie

eileeninmd said...

Hello, it is great to hear this movie was made in India. The Space movies are wonderful to see on the big screen. Thanks for the review and post.
Happy Friday, enjoy your day and weekend!

Destination Infinity said...

Not sure if I should see this in theatre - there are many negative reviews for this movie. But, for the effort, if not for the story - I think I should try.

Destination Infinity

bill burke said...

Glad you enjoyed the movie. I do like space travel and it's one I would like to see if it makes it on DVD.
Have a wonderful weekend!

carol l mckenna said...

Yes, glad you enjoyed the movie and intriguing that it was made in India ~ lovely written review ~ thanks,

Happy Day to you,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)

Sandee said...

An excellent review.

Have a fabulous day and weekend. ☺

Renu said...

I am not the one to like scifi movies.

Nancy Chan said...

Good to know that you enjoyed the movie. I seldom watch movies these days.