The movie with the birth of a baby girl, Nandini, in a rich family. Nandini's three brothers throw a feast in honor of the girl child. The young son of the local singer (who had died) is brought in to sing for the event. The three brothers raise Nandini like their own child as their parents had died. At the age of 5, an astrologer predicts that Nandini will bring much happiness to the family, but her marriage will based on her choice and not the choice of her brothers. This angers the brothers and to prevent this from happening, she is raised within the confines of the house.She is home schooled and when she does go out, all the men are warned to hide from Nandini and that seeing Nandini will be met with dire consequences.
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Chinna Thambi torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Non stop action. Non stop adrenaline rush. Makes for a great Ford Mustang commercial. Character development might be thin but the excitement and tense car chases distract from the plot deficiencies. Good entertaining distraction.
(es) wrote: When asked about what the target audience is, the director said it's for the post-50ers to the post-90ers because Cultural Revolution belongs to all generations. I'd say it's for the director himself.
(de) wrote: Excellent period production values and execution. If you're expecting another Cronenberg "body horror" or "psychological horror" story, you won't find that in this film. The story isn't a simple one. He takes some liberties with their biographies but I don't believe any of them are that severe. There was considerable controversy regarding Jung and Spielrein, and the extent of their affair. Acting performances are excellent. The run time forces glossing through some of the details about Jung, Freud and Speilrein, and their work, while highlighting the major events. It's more about the relationships between the three than psychoanalysis itself, which would require an entire film series to cover.
(fr) wrote: It's unique certainly, mixing multiple animation styles, and interspersing an Indian epic with a contemporary personal tale. It is at times very funny and tells the story well. However, I must admit I am not a fan of blues music so those sections (which are numerous) didn't appeal to me. And there's no need for a 3 minute interval for an 80 minute film, even if it was a joke.
(ca) wrote: Romero returns with a budget he deserves and serves up a menacing follow-up in his undead legacy. Great horror and gory effects!
(ru) wrote: Weird...and not that good.
(br) wrote: A silly and shallow comedy with a predictable plot. No wit, no satire, no spirit, nothing.
(us) wrote: I love this movie!!!!
(ca) wrote: One of a few guilty Farrely Bros pleasures for me. It helps being able to relate juggling a relationship with being a sports nut. I thought Barrymore & Fallon had great chemistry & were both very funny & charming. This is definitely the Farrely Bros tamest comedy to date, but also the most heart felt.
(br) wrote: Awful. Kill of Kirk, Kill Picard's family, destryoy the enterprise again and also make data babble like a baby..
(ru) wrote: Incorporating at least several elements of genres and themes, this film works overall as a romance and road movie.
(br) wrote: I have always always always loved this movie!
(es) wrote: Few films succeed in being relevant a decade or two after its release, but Mr. Smith Goes to Washington is still relevant 77 years later, especially in a voting year with questionable candidates.Before Frank Capra ventured into his war propaganda films in the early-to-mid 40's, he made some of the most important and acclaimed films of all time. In back to back years he directed the 1938 sleeper hit, You Can't Take it With You, and the classic Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. Capra carried some of the same cast members over to the ladder, as Jimmy Stewart, Jean Arthur, and Edward Arnold are among the many who acted in both films. Continuing with the tradition of Capra's other works, Mr. Smith deals with a common man taking on big ideas and ideals, only to be shut down by those more powerful and privileged.This was the film that really showed the world what Stewart could do. Even though I have seen tons of his films, this one stands out as some of his finest acting and most demanding roles of his filmography. He was always great at playing an everyman and someone you can undeniably root for, and Jeff Smith is a defining role for him. Smith represents the audience in going along for this political ride and I loved the way Stewart gave the character a certain amount of innocence and vulnerability while also displaying a graceful and powerful presence as well.Having wonderful chemistry in You Can't Take it With You, it's no surprise that Stewart and Arthur's work together here is just as good, if not better. Arthur plays Clarissa Saunders, who manages to keep Smith afloat even though he's constantly swept away by Washington and all of the extra perks for being in the Senate. It's also not a forced romance, like a lot of 30's films, it takes a while for it to be developed as its handled with care. Arthur may very well be the best romantic partner Stewart ever had.1939 was a fantastic year for film, with Wizard of Oz and Gone With the Wind also being released. But perhaps no film from that year is still as relevant as Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. Capra covers the film with patriotism with beautiful shots of Washington D.C. and a patriotic song here or there, but its his step into a pessimistic style of filmmaking that's most intriguing here. The last 30 minutes with Stewart giving an Oscar worthy performance and Capra seamlessly twisting the story into unpredictable territories is truly something special.+Stewart becoming the Stewart we all love+Arthur is marvelous+Capra's balanced directing10/10
(de) wrote: Between a 6/10 and 7/10, Collette, as amazing as she can be when given something to work with, can't quite lift the story through sheer will.
(de) wrote: I really enjoyed this, however, there were several holes in the plot. Why doesn't Moseby go back and finish listening to his answering machine after the character dies? He had cut off the playback of their message mid plot-revealing sentence when his estranged wife drops in for make-up sex. He even reminds himself later that it was the last contact that he had had with the deceased. It was very difficult to identify the character flying the plane at the end. Speaking of the ending, there really isn't one, just a lot of dead and dying with no hint if Moseby will survive.
(kr) wrote: As Jet Li films go, it was good in 2000 for his American releases. Since he's been in much better stuff.