Aadhi Bhagavan

Aadhi Bhagavan

Aadhi Bhagavan (Tamil: ஆதி பகவன்) is a Tamil action-romance film written and directed by Ameer Sultan (directing his fourth feature film), which stars Jayam Ravi and Neetu Chandra in the lead roles. Produced by DMK politician J. Anbazhagan, the film, featuring music composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja, cinematography by R. B. Gurudev and K. Devaraj and editing by Ram Sudharsan, is currently in its production stage.

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(es) wrote: apartment shootout is AWESOME SHOOTOUT SCENE.but the man from nowhere is BETTER.

Thomas K (jp) wrote: *shrugs* It could have been worse, I guess.

Tucky d (ag) wrote: It's 30 minutes in. I got sucked in that far so I suppose that warrants 10%. It's not getting any more out of me though. I'm goin to bed!

Hansen H (kr) wrote: Some funny parts, but pretty unoriginal.

Nick G (kr) wrote: This documentary was narrow in focus, just the basics of the Wu-Tang Clan (even though they left out like half the crew in the film). Some good old-school footage of them performing but other than that, there really was no scope to this documentary which is kind of disrespectful to the clan.

Robert M (ca) wrote: Brainiac Attacks is horrible. The dialog is crap, Lex Luthor is goofier than Hackman's portrayal (at least they had an excuse), and the mature sensibilities from the 90s animated show are gone.

Fred T (gb) wrote: Despite a particularly talented cast and a director who once produced excellent cutting edge-comedy, this film had to be one of worst I've seen. The jokes are lazy and, frankly, unfunny. Even if the premise of the film yields a smirk, I'd avoid this film like the plague.

Corey McLauchlin (ru) wrote: Favorite Movie. Top notch cinematography.

Samantha Jean (es) wrote: This is a good movie to watch with someone special.

Greg W (us) wrote: A sort of grown-up version of a boys' adventure tale...most travelers will be happy to disembark when the credits roll.

joey b (br) wrote: A great film for 'horror' fans who can actually sit through an atmospheric black & white movie without having to be exposed to a bloodbath and the word f**k every 20 seconds.This movie has some of the most eerie music i have heard in a while - those drums pounding over the spoken dialogue were chilling, the skinny Africian American zombie guy was an absolute terror - he was skinnier then Christian Bale in the Machinist and has eyes bigger then my chihuahua and thats hard to imagine! The actors were fine in there roles and the underlying theme of slavery was subtle as it was never actually mentioned but still seeing it in a movie today is weird as it is such a shameful part of Americas past. I always watch anything Val Lewton related and this is one of the best, anyone into zombie films needs to watch this to see that the word zombie does not mean brain/flesh eater.A great classic film.

Hunter W (it) wrote: It's whats started the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but its rarely been passed any of its successors. Funny, sleek and featuring (at the time) the standout performance of Robert Downey Jr., Iron Man is simply terrific.

Nilufer R (mx) wrote: I really liked the idea that the kid's dreams & nightmares become real and quite realistic how a child's imagination works. However I wasn't impressed by the effects and the cast.