Kathai Thiraikathai Vasanam Iyakkam

Kathai Thiraikathai Vasanam Iyakkam

Thamizh (Santhosh ) is a highly talented, yet struggling director, waiting for his big break. His stories are very well appreciated, but that's the end of the story. However, he has an understanding wife Daksha (Akhila), who agrees to marry Thamizh and also earn for the family, until he finds his feet firm on cine ground. Along with Thamizh are Arvind (Dinesh), Shirley (Sahithya), Murali (Vijay Ram) and most Seenu (Thambi Ramaiah) who all are waiting for their big day in the cine industry, as the extraordinary talents themselves. And they set out to think and think every day on how and what is the story.

Amidst his personal struggles, Tamizh calls his friends - a DOP, a director-wannabe with 40 years of industry experience and three young Assistant directors, for a discussion to develop a script for his first film. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Hannah R (es) wrote: i had no clue what this movie was trying to say it made no sence and im mad pawpaw died

Gregory W (jp) wrote: awesome murder mystery

Bruno V (au) wrote: Enjoyed watching this movie for the Third time i think . SOMVID

Sara N (ag) wrote: Eh, it was ok. Definitely not the best movie I've ever seen.

Adam R (mx) wrote: (First and only viewing - 7/14/2008)

Robert R (ca) wrote: Plot contrivances and conveniences may plague "Quick Change's" logic, but overall, Bill Murray's (co) directorial debut delivers the witty one-liners and goofy gags in impressive stride.

Brian R (de) wrote: Night Moves is the best film I have ever seen. It is classic neo-noir storytelling right from the get-go, with uncanny performances and with a completely gut wrenching ending. Harry Moseby(Gene Hackman) is on to find a missing girl which then takes him on a trip to the Florida Keys where he starts to find out that there is more secrets at hand with the people he is associating around with. Plus to make matters worst his wife Ellen(Susan Clark) is cheating on him. One of Arthur Penn's best films and definetly my fav of all time. Another review by an imdb user who goes by the name of Keith. Best review imo. **** Nick (Kenneth Mars) is a collector of pre-Columbian artifacts, illegal to obtain. He buys these items from stunt director Joey Ziegler (Edward Binns) who has a neat operation going on using stuntmen to get them from Yucatan. Marv Ellman (Anthony Costello) flies them into the US and drops them off in Florida to be picked up by Tom Iverson and Paula. All is fine until Tom's stepdaughter Dilly (Melanie Griffith) leaves her mother, Arleen (Janet Ward), to go live with him. This upsets Nick as a horny teenager might ruin the deal they have going on. Therefore, he makes Arleen hire Harry Moseby to fetch her back. Arleen needs to have Dilly back to get her monthly alimony. Harry finds Dilly in Florida in no time. Things go wrong when Marv has an accident and dies while transporting an artifact. During a dive, Dilly finds the plane and recognizes Marv. Tom (John Crawford) and Paula (Jennifer Warren) tell Harry they'll call the coast guard, but don't for obvious reasons. Harry takes Dilly back to LA. Dilly tells her friends Quentin (James Woods) and Joey that the corpse she saw during the dive was Marv's. She's a dangerous witness to Joey, who gets her killed during a stunt. Quentin smells something fishy and goes to Florida to investigate. Tom kills him. Harry goes to Florida to investigate too, beats Tom senseless and discovers half this plot from Paula. He makes Paula take him out on a boat ride to the submerged plane. While Paula is diving to retrieve the artifact, Joey shows up flying a plane and kills Paula, then tries to kill the boat owner, Tom. It got too dangerous for Joey - he wants to get rid of all his team. He doesn't know it's Harry on the boat instead of Tom. As his plane is sinking he kind of apologizes to Harry. Then again, since Joey killed Dilly, I don't think he'd have any problems offing Harry too. Harry is left alone, on a boat that's going round in circles and is angry with himself for not seeing this plot sooner. As Harry had said about that chess player, "He didn't see it. He played something else and he lost. He must have regretted it every day of his life. I know I would have." If he is rescued, he'll regret this case for the rest of his life...

Kamrul A (br) wrote: This is the 7th Majid Majidi film. Its very interesting to see how the father-son relationship blossm in a never imagining situation. I think the ending is unique Majidi style.

James H (gb) wrote: The very first of the 1960's "Beach" movies is very inane, interesting mostly for a time warp into the early 60's. The cast is lively enough, forgettable songs, with most of the humor just dumb.

Jamie C (it) wrote: Funny film, Ben Stiller plays his part really well if he wasn't in it it would of been quite a drag as the rest of the cast were pretty bland and unfunny.

Ian W (de) wrote: This is a movie about 4 friends who done something awesome. Later as adults they go on a hunting trip, one of the Jonsey finds a sick man and lets him in their home. The man is housing a alien in his butthole and has to poo it out. and that's where the scary stuff begins.................The movie is very scary for younger kids, and has sences of nudity gore and disturbing moments. There are these aliens called the ripley eho just look very scary. there is one moment where the alien mr grey pops into nothing and then red mist and blood circle everywhere and that's very intensely scary.the movie is to long though, 2 and a half hrs I think and drags von for a long time before the scary stuff, I like how this focuses on friendships and it's a lot like IT how it does it's flashback and does have it emitonal parts, but overall its trying to gross you out and scare you not make you cry. Stephen King is the best book athour and is awesome. This movie overall is vey sary and if your kid is watching this it does have a very gross part where someone dis on the toilet and if they watch it they mite not want to use the toilet ever again. JK but really the aliens are scary and this is a good movie

Josh P (ag) wrote: Much funnier than given to its credit.

Ian C (kr) wrote: This is a decent comedy. Carrell is great as the has been magician and Buscemi goes into Donnie mode. It is Jim Carrey and Brain Rape that steals every scene. Hillarious.

Cassandra S (it) wrote: The acting is breathtakingly sub-par, the special effects are cheesy, (and not in a good way), and even the charming found footage-style present in the first two films has been butchered, possibly more than anyone in this movie. I forced myself to sit through the first twenty minutes, took a break, and then finished it for the sole purpose of confirming my suspicions that it was the absolute worst movie I have seen in a very long time. I would recommend that fans of the first two movies accept the first sequel as the final installment of the series, because the only things about this movie that will keep you up at night are the horrible dialogue and laughingly bad "glitch" effects.