It doesn’t matter how good or bad they are, any action thriller added to the Netflix content library will at least attract a sizable number of curious subscribers, even if Iraivan With the best will in the world, he won’t be remembered as one of the best.
However, writer-director I. Ahmed’s Tamil-language film ticks many boxes that the platform’s customer base often finds irresistible, as it is an intense and atmospheric hard-boiled genre film based on a rogue hero’s insatiable thirst to track down and take They catch a psychopathic serial killer.
With this in mind, it’s easy to see why Iraivan made it into Netflix’s global top 10, having debuted in eighth place following his recent addition (as of FlixPatrol), but that doesn’t obscure the fact that it was a creative, critical and commercial flop after it was released in its home country in September of this year.
The paying audience was not at all interested in knowing the outcome of Jayam Ravi’s grizzled cop Arjun, who had made it his mission to put an end to the series of murders by the so-called “Smiley Man”. Iraivan Despite negative reviews, it failed to recoup even a quarter of its production budget at the box office.
Ultimately, we’re still talking about a dark and grimy story revolving around a serial killer, so it was almost inevitable that even such a freshly remembered idiot would come back to life the second he migrated over to Netflix.