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As much as the current Tamizh cinema trend is concerned, it is no wonder that director Sam Anton has sticked to the most safest bet on earth, that is attempting a R Rated comic entertainer. In addition, you realize that the movie is nothing less than a parody of several popular Tamizh movies and it's famous scenes. To be very honest, director kinda succeeded in helping the audience bring out laughs on our faces for most of it's parts without leaving us squirming in our seats.
As much as it rides on a wafer-thin storyline, even the performances from GV Prakash rides on such a feeble one too! Enacting the role of Johnny who is suffering from a weird blood phobia, he needed to show some more conviction which he never looked like giving. But as a matter of fact, Yogi Babu, Karunas, VTV Ganesh and Yobu Saravanan nailed their respective roles. They managed to bring down the roof for most of their parts.
As much as there were a few rib-tickling one liners and comedy set pieces which would leave you gasping for breath, there were equally disgusting, nauseating and boring set pieces too, thrown upon us in a rather regular intervals which kept reminding us that this is nothing more than an average entity. That too with some horrible placement of a few horrible songs, this deserved no better than the 'average' tag.
#EIPI is one movie which is no different from GVP's previous venture "Trisha Illana Nayanthara", that could be watched only with your friends mainly because of the double entendre jokes showered here and there. But with this, Sam Anton has made a gangster parody which doesn't leave you entirely bored at the same time doesn't have you excited throughout the duration of the movie either. A strict one time watchable flick that too only if you're ok with some really quirky and R Rated spoof entertainment.