A sister in law (Akshaya) falls in love with her brother in law Akhilan (Arya). But he refuses her because he adores his wife (Renuka Menon) and he never would cheat on her. He hides all facts to his wife in order to protect her. Finally the sister in law commits suicide after a tragedy that becomes the climax of the film.
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Kalabha Kadhalan torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: It only got half a star as I couldn't give zero.
(nl) wrote: A very heartfelt movie,a very moving movie and a very emotional movie.Great performances by the whole cast that have a way to speak to your heart.
(mx) wrote: Love triangle when the friendship is the only thing that's standing in between.Is it about the good girls? Looks like that way until the summer break before these two friends get going for the freshman year college. So they decide to lose their virginity, but they both fall for a same boy. Their's long standing friendship will be tested, the remaining film tells who lose the bet and how.Good cast, but the story was from the Lily's perspective that played by Dakota Fanning. The boy and Elizabeth Oslen were kind of in the support roles. A simple love triangle story, but the actings were good. 'Little Birds', 'Ginger & Rosa', 'Violet & Daisy', 'Ghost World', 'Thirteen' name it. This kind of two thick friends theme is quite popular, but mostly average ones like this.Well, it was not one of those movies of the year that I was expecting, so enjoyed what it provided in a limited scale. A few times I was annoyed too, for the turns in the narration, but the way it ended compromised my overall thought. This is a decent coming-of-age movie, which is not worth to suggest anyone openly, but you can give it a try if you get a shot.6 1/2/10
(nl) wrote: A joyous romantic comedy that's heartwarming as well as funny.
(ru) wrote: Another overlooked war movie that came out in 1998. Both this movie and The Thin Red Line are WWII movies covered up by the the huge sucsesses of Saving Private Ryan, which does deserve all the credit it gets because its in my opinion the greatest war movie ever made. But Thin Red Line and When Trumpts Fade really deserve more attention, for they are both great anti-war films. I'd say they are both better at showing how negative the soldiers point of view on the fighting was. The action in When Trumpets Fade is not really comparable in sound or violence to Saving Private Ryan, but it's more gory than The Thin Red Line. I would also say the plot and cinematography is better than The Thin Red Line. The acting is great, its filmed well and and I like how the movie starts and ends the same way. But The Thin Red Line is a better movie I'd say, but When Trumpets Fade is still a great war movie.
(ca) wrote: They ran out of steam on the last one of the franchise. Roboslop.
(ru) wrote: Essentially a non-stop barrage of verbiage, the film has several excellent performances from its all-star cast, but the truly invaluable piece of the production is Mamet's writing. The words sell the whole thing, the endless monologues effortlessly setting up mcguffins and knocking them down at a moment's notice, subtle deviations from the ostentatious bravado of the compelling characters leading to major developments down the line. It's this kind of subdued craftsmanship that makes "Glengarry Glen Ross" something special, a thrilling chamber piece in which almost nothing physically happens that still succeeds on sheer verbal wizardry.
(jp) wrote: i never even heard of this one before (although i have seen clips previously) and, typical of mgm musicals, it's chock full of misspent talent, talent overflowing, a veritable pool of talent (i make myself laff!). ricardo montalban is incredible, dancing with cyd charisse and swimming with esther flawlessly, the unexpected performance of a lifetime. jimmy durante is in-your-face with making you respect vaudeville, no small feat, and respect it you do after he is done. cyd charisse...is simply timeless perfection of dance. maestro xavier cugat ain't about to be outdone by anybody, and, in such talented company, even peter lawford dutifully turns in a decent showing. all this firepower and for a trifle, a cinnamon roll! zowie! and then, of course, rising from beneath the waves, her arms outstretched, her face beaming a smile as if she were glad to see us home, all of us, sweet mother of god, beaming, is esther herself!
(ca) wrote: Taken is undeniably a straight up action-packed popcorn flick. However, it does have a rather very unique, fast-paced and slick action. This film elevates Liam Neeson as an action star with "A particular set of skills". Nothing more to say, an exciting largely brainless well filmed action film that will definitely entertain you for 90 minutes.