Kalaignan

Kalaignan

Kalaignan is a 1993 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by G.B.Vijay, starring Kamal Haasan, Gur Dutt, Bindiya, Sivaranjani, Sindhuja and Nirmalamma. Kalaignan is an action/murder mystery starring Kamal Haasan in the lead role of the protagonist and Kannada actor Gur Dutt as antagonist. He is a K.Balachander find in Pudhu Pudhu Arthangal.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1993
  • Language:Tamil
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:giallo,  

Kalaignan is a 1993 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by G.B.Vijay, starring Kamal Haasan, Gur Dutt, Bindiya, Sivaranjani, Sindhuja and Nirmalamma. Kalaignan is an action/murder mystery starring Kamal Haasan in the lead role of the protagonist and Kannada actor Gur Dutt as antagonist. He is a K.Balachander find in Pudhu Pudhu Arthangal. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dan E (it) wrote: It wouldn't be a stretch to say that this is the most pathetic, under worked, horribly acted, terribly directed, mindlessly written movie I've ever seen. It's not even fun to laugh at.

Greg S (us) wrote: In 1955, officials try to convince reluctant residents of Northfork, Montana (one of who has built an ark) to leave before the town is flooded by new dam construction; meanwhile, a dying orphan meets a ghostly family and tries to convince them to take him with them. The mildly surreal Big Sky spirituality here may be too dry to inspire as intended, but it does set a unique and thoughtful mood.

Skyler B (br) wrote: So well acted its gross. Its really gross. The whole thing takes place in one motel room and, you know what? It all comes together in the end. Well made and full of spirit. Quality, quality film

Lea B (ag) wrote: A great Disney movie with some of the best visuals Disney could ever offer to us.

Greg W (nl) wrote: ok comedy but not all that funny-a 2 yuck pic

Zachary B (br) wrote: Not quite deciding whether to be slightly provocative or a sweet family drama, it decides on both and although it finds itself slightly lost at times manages to pull it off rather well.Setting the movie in 1984 works wonders for the look and sound of the film, boasting a classic soundtrack and some hiistorical poignancy to the whole "coming out" theme. And a nice happy ending too :)

Jason H (fr) wrote: I love this movie. Entertaining and inspiring. The music is fun and while it's not historically accurate, it's a great way to inspire kids to want to learn more about the founders and the Declaration.

Vessela D (de) wrote: It was interesting for me as a lawyer, but heart-breaking and devastating as a person... Even though I know it's based on a real story, I find it hard to believe that a human being could torture and kill those three innocent children just like that... I'm still in shock...:(

Tim R (br) wrote: A movie that grabs you and demands your attention with some suprises!

Mickey M (au) wrote: "Earl Montgomery" (Martin Lawrence) accuses LAPD officer "Hank Rafferty" (Steve Zahn) of police brutality. Even though his alleged injuries actually resulted in a bee sting. "Rafferty" spends six months for the crime he did not commit and accidentally bumps into "Montgomery" while investigating the murder of his partner -- even though he has been kicked off the force. And to make things worse, he works as a security guard for the same security company as "Montgomery". The two reluctantly team-up to chase what turns out to be smugglers, lead by a man simply known as "Kane" (Eric Roberts). This movie only produces a few chuckles, and even fewer laughs. The majority of the jokes are racially motivated, and may be offensive by some. I found the physical humor more funny in fact. I did not find Lawrence and Zahn a perfect on-screen duo. Their chemistry appeared a bit forced at times. They also didn't seem too believable when doing the dialogue. Personally, I did not think either Zahn or Lawrence were all that funny. I was really annoyed by Lawrence's catchphrase for this movie, mostly because it butchers the English language. Another problem with this film was the lack of character development on many key supporting characters. I especially did not like the way the villains were developed. Roberts will never get out of his sister's shadow if he continues to accept roles like this. The music were mostly current hip hop. Because I do not listen to that particular genre, I couldn't tell you many of the performers even if I saw their name in the closing credits. There is some pretty good action in this movie. However, the action is pretty much typical, and nothing stands out as something spectacular and memorable. If you like Lawrence (I don't believe I've seen Zahn before), then you would like this. But, if you are easily offended by racially motivated jokes, then this one is one to skip over. I would not suggest this for any "Must See" list, nor would I see this for a second time.

Jack H (es) wrote: The best in the series. Unlike the other Star Trek villains, Khan is different because he's just a big asshole who's out for revenge and is obsessive over it like Captain Ahab (Moby Dick). All these other villains are mostly Khan wannabes (aside from Locutus, Borg Queen, and Krall).

Anthony V (nl) wrote: A fascinating behind the scenes look at some of the animators from Disney's Golden Age.