The movie features the lives of six different persons from different strata of the social life of the city, interconnected due to unexpected events beyond their control. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ee Adutha Kaalath
The movie features the lives of six different persons from different strata of the social life of the city, interconnected due to unexpected events beyond their control.
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Frdric H (br) wrote: Getting worse by the years ....nothing much to see except important actors playing stupid :)
Atheer O (jp) wrote: fairly entertaining although dragged down by a silly plot.
Brent M (es) wrote: I have a thing for Indian themed movies for some reason. Pretty good acting and directing. Good chemistry.
gary t (es) wrote: WOW......WOW.....WOW.....SO SO SO SO SO BAD......MAN THIS IS SUCH AN AWFUL MESSY MESSY MOVIE 2 WATCH, IT IS SO SO SO SO DREADFUL, IT IS SUCH AN AWFUL MOVIE 2 WATCH, IT IS SO SO SO AWFUL MOVIE 2 WATCH, IT IS SO SO SO DREADFUL, IT IS SO SO SO DREADFUL, IT IS SUCH AN AWFUL MOVIE 2 WATCH IT IS SUCH AN AWFUL MESSY MOVIE 2 WATCH.......WARNING THIS MOVIE CONTAINS STROBE LIGHTNING EFFECTS THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE......MAN THIS IS SUCH AN AWFUL MOVIE 2 WATCH, IT IS SUCH AN AWFUL MESSY MOVIE 2 WATCH, IT IS SUCH AN AWFUL MOVIE 2 WATCH, IT IS SUCH A BAD MOVIE 2 WATCH, JUST AVOID THIS MOVIE AT ALL IT IS SUCH A BAD MOVIE 2 WATCH, JUST AVOID THIS MOVIE AT ALL COSTS IT IS THAT BAD.....JUST DO NOT WATCH THIS MOVIE IT IS SO AWFUL.......ITS GOT A GOOD SOUNDTRACK THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE.....BUT MAN THIS MOVIE IS SO SO SO AWFUL 2 WATCH....WARNING YOU HAVE GOT TO WATCH THE END OF THE CREDITS THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE AS SOMETHING HAPPENES AT THE END OF THE CREDITS THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE........ The film also marked Radner's final appearance prior to her death of ovarian cancer in 1989. (The title Haunted Honeymoon was previously used for the 1940 U.S. release of Busman's Honeymoon based on the stageplay by Dorothy L. Sayers.)
Edgar C (ca) wrote: Finally, Truffaut's third masterpiece is here, and this one seems to be carrying his unique voice, almost devoid of all influences, like he did with his debut.The opening segment presents an utopian setting, maybe an imagined funeral of the protagonist. It is obvious who died, as a parade of women arrive in their cars, some amused, some surprised, a couple of them mournful, throwing roses and dirt to the tomb of this... ummm...Womanizer? Don Juan? Addict?Let's find out in the following 118 minutes.What follows is a marvelous comedy full of romance, which is certainly not the same as a romantic comedy. A man seeks women, often resorting to shocking means just to make a female acquaintance. How is he? How does he think? Well, he is an admirer of the female aesthetics, their figure, their varied personalities, their high or low heels, of big breasts during the winter and small breasts during summer, and most importantly, skirts. Every time he scores, or every time he fails (less probable), he decides to put the anecdotes together in a way that resembles a diary since the beginning, which progresses to an autobiography later, which then becomes a finished novel that is seeking to be published.If you're reading this plot description and feel indignant or perceive it overused, don't give up! That's barely the surface. Morally, of course, the plot sounds repulsive, but under Truffaut's lens and his mastery at narrative, the film becomes, as said, a masterpiece.To begin with, it is not necessary that the film spells out that the protagonist is walking towards his own destruction. Somehow, the film takes the hardest route and transforms Bertrand into a likeable character, even funny. He is not necessarily the handsome type, but he is an expert at what he does. Also, no matter how eloquently he can put his experiences and admiration for women into words, it is clearly an obsession. He's addicted to women. This moral flank, however, is not the main purpose of the story to cover. Truffaut's followers should know he makes comedies, and this was no exception. Not even his Antoine Doinel series was finished. But it doesn't stop there.L' Homme qui Aimait les Femmes also reveals its true faces halfway through. Whereas the first half was a classy introduction to the character and an effectively funny representation of his adventures, the second half becomes a fully layered psychological and emotional analysis of the character, transforming his in-progress novel into an exercise of self-consciousness and self-judgment intertwined with philosophical resonances. In some segments, he seems to explicitly state his awareness of his obsession. "I want them all, even if I can't." From a comedy, we have then an engaging analytical drama with interesting sequences mirroring the process of literary criticism in a meta-art form, which adds brilliant layers of depth to the film. There's a true dissonance from the extreme character of Delphine in the first half, to the dialogue with Vra on the second half, the latter remaining as my favorite scene.Subject to a hideous U.S. remake by Blake Edwards (famous for the cinema adaptations of The Pink Panther series) starring Blake Reynolds, L' Homme qui Aimait les Femmes is a story that explores the obsessive compulsions of a calculating man suffering in the areas of his life because of his decisions, while the screenplay discusses several angles and definitions of big terms such as "love", "sex" and "romance", without necessarily putting all the blame to men! There are also a couple of crazy women out there!97/100
Brandon S (kr) wrote: Extremely poor excuse for a horror film about a man that is released from an insane asylum that goes home to get revenge on those that put him there. Shots of cows getting slaughtered are thrown in to shock the veiwer or just a piece of filler? Crap either way.
Connie B (it) wrote: first 50min is very creepy, story fell part after that, what a shame
Scott S (fr) wrote: Seven Miles from Alcatraz (1942) -- [4.0] -- James Craig and Frank Jenks escape from Alcatraz and take up shelter at a nearby lighthouse. The convicts manage to keep the lighthouse staff at bay, but things get a bit more challenging when a trio of Nazi spies join the party. "Seven Miles from Alcatraz" is claustrophobic and stagey, with some icky overacting from James Craig. The narration doesn't help, and the end of the movie -- which sees the convicts forgiven for their aid in uncovering the Nazi scheme -- is just plain corny.
Lidiya P (it) wrote: Magnificent! Much more technologically advanced than I expected. The writing adds greatly to the effect of the movie upon the viewer.
Scott D (ca) wrote: They completely sanitized the original story and neutered it utterly for mass audiences (ie, easily offended, hypersensitive fuck-wits), and, in doing so, they fucked up the story to the point where it no longer even makes any sense. Good job, assholes.
Luis Rafael D (br) wrote: es cruda y oscura, pero cuesta a veces seguirle el hilo, pero aun asi valio la pena el tiempo invertido
Ryan S (kr) wrote: Some great moments, but overall a very average Bond movie. Not bad, but nothing special.