Arunachalam starring by rajinikanth and soundarya. Rajnikanth finds himself to be an orphan by interval. He goes out of the village. He goes to Madras where he meets Janakaraj, who gives him a job. By some magical situation Rajni discovers himself to be a son of a (dead) millionaire - through Visu.Visu is the guardian of Rajni's father's trust. If Rajni wants his inheritance, he has to follow certain rules. He can get an inheritance of billion if he can spend 0 million in a month. The conditions are: no contributions to charities, not to own any assets at the end of the... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The movie revolves around Arunachalam (Rajini), who is the son of the VIP of a village who finds out about his past but destiny has its own play.
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Bob A (mx) wrote: Text on screen was not designed for TV.
George K (kr) wrote: Perhaps not the most original found-footage horror but by far the most inventive and clever. I consider myself to be someone not easily scared but I was terrified but utterly compelled by the film. A great ending too.
Vivienne M (gb) wrote: William McInnes' performance was brilliant. Pity about the violence in the ending ... spoilt an otherwise great film.
Emod L (au) wrote: 67%Its story has been done before, but The Incredible Hulk benefits from its talented cast and deft direction.
Corey B (fr) wrote: Well written, well acted but I dunno. 80% of people in this film are dislikable and everything leads up to something in a way I almost didn't care but already half way *SPOILER ALERT* I knew in one way because there was enough evidence between Bill and Ormond to prove they had something to do with it.
Lohita P (fr) wrote: I think of Pankaj Kapur n i get a shudder down my spine. Thats how good he is. Such movies have to be showcased/publicized more.
goth b (ru) wrote: In the spirit of canine classics like LASSIE, RIN TIN TIN, BENJI, and AIR BUD, comes this story of an amazingly agile soccer-playing, day-saving dog named Lincoln. When young orphan Clay comes to term...( read more read more... )s with his new life in the surprisingly competitive little town of Crocker, he inadvertently disappoints his father with his lack of athletic interest, but joins the soccer team anyway. The stray dog he takes in shows an unusual interest in the game as well, which becomes very useful when one of the team's star players is unable to play in an important game.
Rafael V (it) wrote: nice, sexy and horrifying
Violaine B (gb) wrote: And oldie but a goodie.
Zachary Y (us) wrote: Richard Pryor's acting is actually decent, but the movie is pretty generic.
Mark W (ca) wrote: I think this might be the most bonkers film I have ever witnessed.... It took itself way too seriously to be considered a comedy with horror elements, so in essence it was a horror with comedy tid-bits; unfortunately they just weren't funny! Overall it was a film I couldn't take my eyes off, yet didn't really enjoy and quite frankly I never want to see again... It's worth the watch just to embrace the sheer madness!
Jeremy S (de) wrote: A movie ahead of its time. Martin and Walston are great
Jack W (it) wrote: I believe that if a film doesn't crack any of the gluttonous amount of top film lists often that film becomes overlooked. There are many such films and these films have great merit and value. Truly the only way to discover them is to make lists such as one of mine (watching every Cary Grant film) and then just checking them off one by one. Such is the case with THE BACHELOR AND THE BOBBY SOXER (Irving Reis, RKO Pictures, 1947). The film doesn't stand out as a timeless classic but there is just enough done within it to make it a really fine film.Maybe the fact that the film follows pretty generic and formulaic studio standards holds it back. The pacing of the film is tedious by today's standards which would turn off even the most diehard of cinephiles. It is formulaic, meaning utterly predictable. The action (and acting, more later) is stiff throughout the film although there are some truly hysterical moments. That said, the film works because it lays out what it's intent is immediately, sticks to it closely and accomplishes what it wants.The accomplished Cary Grant also helps to set this film to a higher standard. In today's saturated "celebrity universe", where true stars don't exist as they once did to see a star such as Grant is utterly captivating. Grant had a very rare ability to overshadow everyone else on screen. Myrna Loy and Shirley Temple were huge stars in their own right, yet every time Grant is on screen you barely notice anyone else. Now that could be his persona or maybe his acting ability. In this film, he again does what I feel to be his best performing, comedic turns. When Cary Grant allowed his persona to slip, to be made fun of a little this is when his work was total genius. And there are moments in this film which he lets this happen, like when Dickie (Grant) and Tommy (Rudy Vallee) compete in the events. Grant plays the total object of comedy and it is wonderful.Interestingly I was not very struck by either Loy or Temple. In particular the role of Susan Turner (Shirley Temple) should have been a transitional career one. A huge child star, Temple couldn't adjust to adult roles and it shows in her performance. Whether it was her performances or audiences not wanting to see her grown up, this is not a great role for her. And Loy lags in comparison to Temple, not coming close to her excellent performances as Nora Charles in THE THIN MAN series.The film does capture excellence in its writing and the screenplay won the Oscar that year. Written by Sidney Sheldon (yes that Sidney Sheldon) the narrative is really striking. Written today it would cause controversy and I can only imagine how it was viewed in 1947. Dealing with a younger woman being in love with an older man this plot touches on some tried and true Hollywood tropes. The older man/younger woman has been a Hollywood staple for years, in front of the camera in casting and behind the scenes on the casting couch. A social stigma has existed through the years regarding this coupling, even through today. For Sheldon to write about this topic at the height of the studio period, when the code was its strongest and before a film like LOLITA had even entered a young Stanley Kubrick's mind is amazing. The Oscar was surely deserved.This film will be hard for contemporary audiences to view, unless you are a die hard cinephile who is willing to watch anything. I loved it so what does that tell you about me?
Heather P (ag) wrote: I love this movie! Actually, I love any judy garland/mickey rooney movies that they did together
Jake L (ca) wrote: A movie where seeing a dinosaur is no big deal. I'm reviewing the movie Jurassic Park, and it's a very well thought out movie. Jurassic Park was filmed on the island of Kauai, which makes a lot of sense because the movie has beautiful scenes. The graphics of the movie are so stunning. They have a great story line full of exciting action, and even a few scares to keep you on your toes. Jurassic Park does a great job of creating an awesome story of an attraction park that turns into a survival movie. This movie is visually phenomenal. They make everything look so real. The main actors are Richard Attenborough, Sam Neill, Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern, Wayne Knight, Ariana Richards, Joseph Mazzello. Jurassic Park is supposed to be an attraction park on an island that lets tourists come and see all these exhibits that are full of various dinosaurs. The park did a trial run with a few tourists and during that trial run one of the researchers turned off the security fences to all the exhibits. When that happened, different dinosaurs got out of there exhibit, and started raving havoc all over the park. The tourists get stranded out in the park and must survive against the elements and all the predatory dinosaurs out to get them. Although not every dinosaur in the park was deadly and carnivores. The film also showed a lot of gentle giants that just eat plants.