Raghupathi (Murali Mohan), Raghava (Sarath Kumar) and Rajaram (Chiranjeevi) are brothers. Raghupathi is the only employee of the family. Raghava is preparing for Civil Service Examation and Rajaram is an unemployee. Rajaram and his four friends are a gang and are searching for jobs daily. They roam in the city till mid-night. Rajaram comes home at mid-night and sleeps till afternoon, his grand mother (Nirmalamma) scolds him for his irresponsibility and carelessness. On oneday Rajaram makes Kanya Kumari (Vijayashanti) to leave the house as she is not paying the rent to the house, Subsequently she changed her place to Rajaram's (Chiranjeevi) house. At one situation Rajaram (Chiranjeevi) goes to jail for money, because his brother requires money as he wants to go to Delhi for IAS preparation. Ekambaram (Raogopal Rao) kills Raghupathi (Murali Mohan) while his brother (Raja Ram) is in jail , but Rajarams` friends know how he died. Rajaram thinks his brother's death was an accident.
Karla S (au) wrote: I liked it. I wish I had her confidence to dress like she does. I almost gave moving to Africa a serious thought..Only thing I didn't like was the "hate skinny bitches" thing. All we really want is to find our other half.. and I mean all of us: skinny,fat,short, tall, straight,gay..and yes, I know not all of us are nice to each other. That doesn't mean we should lower ourself to their level..
Charlie m (ru) wrote: George Clooney portrays a slick, powerful and wicked smart lawyers who's realm is the shadows. Emerging only when a clean up is required, referring to himself as a janitor rather than a miracle worker. The joust between Swinton and Clooney keeps the viewer suspended on the edge of the seat until the movies very conclusion. Although it doesn't have a true mission and nor will it change your mind about much, it certainly serves as a sign that there are still fresh stories to tell in the Business/ law suspense genre.
Duncan K (kr) wrote: Harrison Ford is in a crime thriller and he wants his family back. Somehow I have the feeling I just might have seen that exact same description for a film before.
D Yvonne S (us) wrote: Danny Boyle isn't just out to horrify you in this film (though, some of the scenes are quite horrifying). The film is a thought-provoking one about survival and what it means to be human. Cillian Murphy's performance is a perfect match for his character. This film is the one that made me recognize myself as a fan of monster movies.
Todd L (mx) wrote: Not sure why I love this so much....wait a cotton pickin minute....
Brian S (kr) wrote: Low budgets have never stopped Romero from making succesful and entertaining horror movies, and this is one of his best ones, even Romero himself has actually considered this his best work. It's a thoughful vampire film, and it's also a horror fan's dream, cause it's written and directed by Romero and the cheesy gore effects are done by Tom Savini, who actually also appears in the flick. Everything about this movie is campy exploitation stuff. Recommended !!
Ville V (mx) wrote: The whole film evolves like a carefully planned choreography from the beginning to the end. Interesting and fun as well, with good characters.
Sarah F (de) wrote: I would like to see this, i think...
Alyan H (es) wrote: A lack luster film that made me want to fall asleep. The camera look was a disater that could of been played out better for a REAL camcorder view. The film lack superb writting and acting skills that were just absent
Ken S (jp) wrote: This satire about the American political process set in a mid-west High School is very entertaining. Reese Witherspoon is great as Tracy Flick, and Matthew Broderick is also quite good as the suffering teacher and adviser. This is filled with biting satire and works on most levels. Alexander Payne is a fine filmmaker, and solidified his status as someone to watch out for with "Election."
Dominique G (es) wrote: Excellent soundtrack and hilarious!
Sam F (fr) wrote: A bit too gratuitous to be campy, but this is a fun send-up of the Jane Austen classic. Just be prepared.