Kaathil Oru Kinnaram
Hari is in love with Varsha. But they can't get married till Varsha's old sister Megha gets married first. Hari sets out with the help of his uncle and a wedding broker to find Megha a suitable match. They choose Mahesh who they try to setup with Megha. But circumstances from Megha's past surface which initially prevent their joining ; which Hari and Mahesh try to overcome.
- Stars:Richard Dutcher, Matthew A. Brown, Wilford Brimley, Jagadish, Premkumar, Devayani, Chippy, Thilakan, Kalpana, Jagathi Sreekumar, Harisree Asokan, Sukumari, Madhupal, Kollam Thulasi, V.K. Sriraman, Shammi Thilakan, Manju Pillai, Indrans,
- Director:Mohan Kuplari,
- Writer:Govardhan (screenplay), Ambili (story)
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(de) wrote: The Hundred-Foot journey is a fun film about gastronomy but offers nothing we haven't seen before. The film can come off very cheesy and predictable with its story and character. And it fails to showcase what could have made it better, the film had so much potential in the beginning but failed to meet my expectations as it progressed. Nevertheless I did have an enjoyable time with this film with what it offered and there is a lot of heart in it which is something I also liked. Although the main characters lack some dynamic factors, they were all in all memorable and somewhat lovable. In the end, the film offers decent meaning and happiness to still capture my attention and like for it.
(nl) wrote: I rented this because it was on a list of movies called: best movies of the century, so far. Yea, it was good. I always enjoy movies that have us "talking" about it even when it's over.
(nl) wrote: It feels like the film is trying so hard not to be a kind of propaganda, still succeeds at showing the sentiments of the historical moments in 1911.
(es) wrote: Ya no dejare que los amigos escojan las peliculas. :S
(nl) wrote: I'm pretty sure this movie put most of the budget into the opening sequence. All forty bucks of it. There are some serious issues with this movie's plot. And that should be very concerning given that this is a zombie movie and I am me. Fun to heckle, but seriously, this seems to be a strange mix of 'made by a bunch of friends' and trying to play itself off as a real movie.
(ca) wrote: A zombie movie that is so light-hearted there are absolutely no scares, and I was okay with it. The R rating is for a bit of gore - it is zombies, after all. Billy Connolly is terrific as Fido. He emotes well considering he has no lines. Carrie-Anne Moss looks good even in 1950's clothing. A charming horror/comedy.
(fr) wrote: Amongst the best of Seagal's most recent output - and that is not saying much at all. It does however have lots of action, a gorgeos leading lady and a few other recognisable faces - though the acting is as usual sub-par and the storyline downright stupid. One for after the pub!
(gb) wrote: Wednesday, October 9. 2013 (2007) Memory MYSTERY THRILLER Despite the happy ending, it's hard to recommend a movie for being incomplete. There's a reason why authors shouldn't be allowed to adapt their own books into movies for this is a prime example about what can happened to a premise that could've been interesting. The movie stars Billy Zane as Taylor Briggs who has just infected himself with some red powder but it's really red sand. And he's also an expert on Alzheimer's because of his mother since he figures that it's hereditary. As a result of touching some red sand, he starts to somehow relive on a hallucination involving an abduction of a little girl during the year he was born which was back in 1971. And as a result of frequent dreams like it, he then asks his friend who's a neurologist for his help since he suspects that theirs a connection. Now, the revelations as well as the ideas are intriguing but the payoff is bland leaving viewers with more questions than it gets any answers such as how much involvement is the Dennis Hopper character. And what about the Billy Zane's character's health since it's labelled as toxic. Since when do hospitals discard toxic sand into garbage cans. You know if this film was remade again, I would go and watch it since all it needs is a lot of patching up, but for now we are stuck with this mediocre effort. 2 out of 4 stars
(us) wrote: Intense, remarkably well acted, yet in the end not delivering and too much by-the-numbers. Still, a worthwhile affair.
(es) wrote: Beautiful story with rich photography
(es) wrote: my fav. Clint Eastwood movie!
(it) wrote: understated Melville WW2 resistance drama masterpiece
(us) wrote: The main character treats contract killing as just another business, and that's the tone the movie as a whole takes, too, which is a nifty little way of bringing us into the amoral universe of film noir while also making an implied indictment against soulless capitalism. If anything, the movie is ruined only by the ending, which insists on giving us the Hollywood ending rather than follow its theme to its logical conclusion.
(ag) wrote: A great film marred only by the sometimes obvious amateur acting of the boy. This is one movie where Clint Eastwood should have done more takes. Nevertheless, the movie works and the ending seems fitting for Eastwood's character.
(fr) wrote: Human Trafficking and the challange to expos it.
(ag) wrote: Muppets from Space is a solid all-around film. It might not be the best Muppet movie, and it's certainly not the first amongst them to immediately come to mind when thinking of the entire "series" of films, but it's fine kinda-sorta under-the-radar entertainment that has enough cuddly characters, action, and laughs to satisfy its target audience's base needs. All of that is supported by parent-approved themes that are obvious but nevertheless nicely integrated into the larger whole. The picture, like all of the Muppet movies, is supported by an invisible soul that's just not there in even the best as-of-2011 animated pictures; there's something about the tangible, real-world characters portrayed on-the-spot by real people that digital just hasn't been able to duplicate.