The story follows a tug of war between two underworld gangs trying to outsmart each other. Chinna’s (Prakash Raj) gang—the smaller of the two—, struggles to overtake Periyavar’s (Raghuvaran) gang, until a man named Sekar (Vikram) gives Chinna’s gang new life. Sekar is a man of steel, physically and mentally, who had idolised Chinna in his childhood; he is similar to the character Bhima from the ancient Hindu epic Mahabharata. Sekar challenges Periyavar’s group and puts Chinna on top. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Gurpreet T (ca) wrote: The movie doesnt make any sense at all. Waste of time.
Maia A (it) wrote: A truly excellent follow up to the second series of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. Thought provoking and grippingly intense from start to finish. An animated masterpiece.
Matthew B (us) wrote: Waste of time. No conclusion.
Siddharth R (ru) wrote: Couldn't like it much because I'm always looking for logic to understand. This seemed to be a forceful attempt for romance and it'll work if you if you can leave your brain totally behind and use only your heart. As someone described it in the comments - an extreme fantasy romance movie. I loved My Sassy Girl much better though.
Sarah G (kr) wrote: It is nothing very profound but rather a typical high school story (with a few adjustments) that has been portrayed much better (and much worse) in other movies. People seem to love rehashing an overdone story. Acting is fine.
Cheryl L (it) wrote: A very strange movie. However, I liked the suspense throughout, although some parts were left completely unexplained which was a little disappointing. Some parts I just found stupid A different idea but the movie was dark and quite depressing. A happier ending but not something I would like to watch again.
Alex V (de) wrote: Competently made without ever actually being engaging or unique in any way, "Joe Kidd" is about as dry as a Western can get. --3.5/10--
Alex A (ag) wrote: It's gritty, well paced and extremely well made. Battle of the Algiers is a terrific war movie that's atmosphere is so consuming, you'd swear that your watching the actual events unfold and not a filmed dramatization of them.
James S (ru) wrote: If you like Simon Pegg, you'll probably like this. I enjoyed it, but felt like it had lots in common with other movies I've seen him in.
Derek M (jp) wrote: I thought it was really funny. Aubrey Plaza is a gem
Ettiene R (fr) wrote: El nombre no va con la pelcula, nunca hablaron en espaol y nos es tan graciosa...
Tim M (ag) wrote: I knew very little about Janis Joplin before "Janis: Little Girl Blue", and the documentary did little to change that. The retrospective is fine, but did hardly anything to bring out the true legend the filmmaker proposes she is. Most of the anecdotes look upon her in glowing terms with passing remarks about her drug and alcohol abuse. I wanted to know more about her inner workings, what made her tick and this film didn't satisfy that craving. I'd enjoy a much more through approach, but this is fine as an introductory piece.
Michael V (de) wrote: The X-Men franchise is getting stale quickly. For an action/adventure movie it was good but in comparison to other Xmen movies it's subpar. I expected Apocalypse to be much more powerful and terrifying. The star of the show is easily Quicksilver, for the second time in a row. I would be ok with saying goodbye and rebooting this franchise in a few years. I think Marvel needs to get its hands on the X-Men.