Ayalaan, featuring Sivakarthikeyan, prioritizes an environmental and children-centric message, introducing Tamizh through scenes that resonate with a children's audience.
The film adopts a cartoonish approach, with Tamizh frequently rescuing children, creating a lighter tone, though lacking depth in these rescue sequences.
Ayalaan includes inorganic segments and songs seemingly tailored for television, occasionally echoing the style of old-school Shankar films, complete with artificial villains.
The movie shines when embracing Sivakarthikeyan's typical narrative, especially in entertaining scenes with Yogi Babu and the alien companion, Tattoo, offering humor and a break from world-saving ambitions.
Attempting environmental commentary, Ayalaan navigates a cartoonish quality, as Tamizh confronts evil corporates. However, the film struggles to balance serious themes with its whimsical tone.
Despite detours into superhero elements, Ayalaan impresses with consistently well-executed CGI, seamlessly integrating animated characters and offering enjoyable stretches, including a notable E.T. tribute.
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