Roy (Jayaram) is a successful architect married to Maya (Padmapriya) with a daughter named Anakha(pet name Anu). Roy decides to take his family on a vacation to Singapore, but Anu insists that they first go to Roy's old home. They agree to go there first, stay for 4 days, and then go to Singapore. But upon arriving at the old house, Anu starts behaving strangely and soon Roy and Maya understand that she is infected by the ghost of their unborn child Shivani, who was aborted. It was at this house both that Maya conceived Shivani and that they decided to abort the pregnancy. Shivani tells them that she is envious of the love that Roy and Maya are giving Anu, and that she will kill Anu as revenge. Roy and Maya try to escape in vain. Roy calls his friend Raveendran to his house. They all anxiously pray and wait until the time when Shivani said she would kill Anu. By that time, Shivani has changed her mind, after seeing the parents' love for Anu, and spares her life.
Writer:Aku Akbar (story), K. Gireesh Kumar (dialogue), K. Gireesh Kumar (screenplay)
Roy (Jayaram) is a successful architect married to Maya (Padmapriya) with a daughter named Anakha(pet name Anu). Roy decides to take his family on a vacation to Singapore, but Anu insists that they first go to Roy's old home. They agree to go there first, stay for 4 days, and then go to Singapore.
But upon arriving at the old house, Anu starts behaving strangely and soon Roy and Maya understand that she is infected by the ghost of their unborn child Shivani, who was aborted. It was at this house both that Maya conceived Shivani and that they decided to abort the pregnancy. Shivani tells them that she is envious of the love that Roy and Maya are giving Anu, and that she will kill Anu as revenge. Roy and Maya try to escape in vain. Roy calls his friend Raveendran to his house. They all anxiously pray and wait until the time when Shivani said she would kill Anu. By that time, Shivani has changed her mind, after seeing the parents' love for Anu, and spares her life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Karsh D (ca) wrote: Really did not like this. Tried so hard to be a Woody Allen - esque film but fails way short of that target. Embarrassing.
Tim M (jp) wrote: Lam is one of Hong Kong's most eye-catching directors. The action is crisp and exciting. The drama is tragic and intense.
Michael T (br) wrote: The pauses are long and drawn-out but the scenery is beautiful.
Andrew F (es) wrote: didnt quite get the plot
Annie S (ru) wrote: Balram Naidu was tops!The screaming banshee was not.
Jarrette P (us) wrote: I liked this movie. It uses an race card topic thats been used before., but this movie uses a bit of who done it type thing going on, that holds your attention.
Jennifer M (mx) wrote: this movie was awesome
Matthew D (gb) wrote: I surprisingly had a lot of fun with this movie. It was actually pretty funny! I'm glad that they gave this cast funny things to say and do. While most jokes revolve around typical "ball gags," others are unexpected and are well received. There are scenes in this movie that I just think about and laugh at during the day for no reason, I KNOW RIGHT, I couldn't believe it either. The cast did great, except for George Lopez who looked like he was trying a little to hard, everyone looked like they were having fun. To me, Christopher Walken stole the movie, he had several funny lines and moments! Overall, I'm glad I saw this movie, while the story is clichd and won't win any awards, I didn't care, I liked the jokes and humor implemented and had fun watching these guys smack balls back and forth. 4/5 stars (ya, I'm shocked too)
Justin O (es) wrote: This movie isn't funny, don't be fooled.
Joshua B (ag) wrote: a LOT of swearing but still a interesting movie.
Eduardo C (it) wrote: It is not long into the film that we begin to realize how amoral its subjects are, none more so than the company that employs them. The salesmen are promised riches limited only by how hard they work to obtain them, despite the fact they only sell to lower and lower-middle class families and the era of the door-to-door salesman is rapidly coming to an end. Because the company peddles nothing more and nothing less than bibles, it publicly acts the part of the concerned social servant, spreading the word of god for a measly US $49.99 payable in up to six installments. Behind closed door meetings, however, the message could not be any more direct: no one's job is safe unless profits pick up considerably.We do not get to know our four subjects very well, though we spend the most time with Paul Brennan (the badger), a world weary and possibly depressed figure whose considerable experience as a salesman has sapped his confidence and left him empty. As the film progresses he becomes more and more desperate, culminating in a public humiliation at the hands of one of his friends that is incredibly painful to watch. That we can empathize so deeply with a character whom we have seen, among other things, pester an old woman into ponying up the cash for a bible she doesn't need, using a fake irish brogue and lying about his family history to secure sales, is a testament to the film. Unlike the other characters, most of whom are more traditionally likable (save for the group's supervisor, a nasty piece of work who was clearly a high school bully and now found a way to make money off his talent for intimidating people into doing what he wants), we get the feeling Paul never had a choice, never gave himself one. He is lost and doesn't know it, and his anxiety and despair increase by the minute. Seeing his coworkers mock him, his low sales figures and his tired eyes it is clear his days as a salesman are numbered.I would not be friends with any of the film's subjects (and I'd beat the crap out of at least one of them on general principle) but the film allows us to view their humanity and glimpse into a bygone era without becoming a nostalgic apologia. Far from it. By remaining detached and simply observing, the film is far more spiritual than anything relating to the company it depicts. It loves its sinners, while hating their sin.
Jeff B (ag) wrote: Just cause it was made in 1949 & is in blacc & white don't count it out, This movie was G!!!
James H (us) wrote: 74/100. It's unusual to see Jean Harlow in a musical, but like always, she delivers. The musical numbers are good, the cast does very well, especially Harlow and William Powell. The chemistry they had was very evident. (they married a year later.) The plot is too familiar though, making it too predictable, but with MGM's usual production values and stars like this, it's well worth watching. The supporting cast is weak, but May Robson and Nat Pendleton are terrific.
Tom D (mx) wrote: This movie has a lot of potential but it never quite lives up to it. There are some funny ideas, songs and moments but the script could have used a rewrite or 2 more. The cast seems to be having a lot of fun. Overall this movie is a slight disappointment.
Dan G (ru) wrote: This was a FANTASTIC movie. I've seen it multiple times, and love it every time!! Twisted, weird and off the wall, but great!
David L (br) wrote: Million Dollar Baby is too depressing, but mostly very powerful in its emotion and so well written with a superb script. Morgan Freeman, Clint Eastwood and Hilary Swank all gave amazing performances, their characters are so well developed, the drama here is incredibly engaging and moving to watch, the score is great and the directing is fantastic. It is such a stupendous movie that is one of the most deserved Best Picture winners of the decade.
Dyron W (nl) wrote: Tank Girl is a goofy, nonsensical and twisted adaptation of a goofy, nonsensical and twisted comic that was butchered by the studio and ignored by critics and moviegoers alike, but like a fungus, it grew on me after a view viewings and I couldn't help but enjoy the film for its crass, unconventional nature. So sue me.
Bobby L (ru) wrote: Wow! Dear oh powers that be, how did you allow this to happen? I generally don't like giving plot descriptions, because a plot is only what the visuals and the acting, etc., are hung from, and I believe that any plot, with excellent acting and visuals and all can overcome it's plot. Here goes an in-depth plot description- Paul, a super computer nerd, with a super computer, and glasses that can remotely control any electronic device within (seemingly) 50-feet. He, and his girlfriend, get zapped into the worst looking Puragtory you will ever see put to film, where Memesto (sp?), aka Satan aka Beeluzbub aka the Devil, chains up the woman and demands Paul play in 7 challenges, and if he wins, then Paul and his SO are set free. If Paul loses, then Mesmeto shall take both their souls to Hell. Paul accepts, and is than garbed out in what looks like a terrible, generic, bad sci-fi Halloween costume. Seriously, it looks awful. Each challenge is roughly the same, save for three, which I will get to in a bit. The typical challenge has Paul facing off midgets or demons or midget demons or brought-to-life wax figures of famous people, and he simply zaps them with his power glove. Seriously, his wrist computer looks like the power glove. First different challenge is, and I am not making this up, Paul has to survive an entire song at a WASP concert. That's it. Well, he gets so fed up with their awful noise, he obliterates everyone in the concert, and the band. Second is with the woman, they must survive a death dunebuggy race against a psychotic midget, that sounds like a retarded Jawa. I don't what the 7, count them, 7 directors had against little people, but man, did they seem to hate them. The last, is actually the final challenge, in which Paul must save her from being a serial killer's victim. I write about the plot, because it's so asinine and made up on fly, while still feeling repetive it's ridiculous. Also, to show just crazy the movie is. It'd be all fine and dandy if the movie had good acting/ editing/ directing/ photograhpy/ lighting, etc. But everything about this movie is so below subpar, I am pretty sure it didn't even play the same game. I laughed a lot, which caused some enjoyment, but it's not worth tracking down for a second viewing.