Lekhayude Maranam: Oru Flashback

Lekhayude Maranam: Oru Flashback

The movie narrates the story of a poor Malayalee family reaches Madras to try luck for their daughter Shantamma in the film industry.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1983
  • Language:Malayalam
  • Reference:Imdb
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Isaac N (fr) wrote: The only way I can describe this one, is: a waste of time. Idea was interesting enough, but, it was far too slow, and boring. I nearly passed out several times, the only thing that kept me awake was the constant random loud sound of glass breaking, gunshot, or anything to keep me awake, just at the worst times. (It's almost as if they knew the time it was getting boring. You start to fall asleep...BANG! Random transition to a gunshot.) I won't even start on the ending, and my biggest problem, far too many pointless, unnecessary, and far too long sex scenes. And a random nudity scene just because. Wouldn't recommend if I had a gun to my head, and the only way I could live is recommending it.

Nate J (gb) wrote: This time around, the movie feels too uneven to match it's predecessor. The films are all really short, which is superb for the letters that you don't enjoy, but for the ones you start investing in, they're over before you know it and then it's pot luck as you start again.

Jordan P (kr) wrote: Drawing inspiration from the Salem Witch era with moderately chilling results, The Lords of Salem is another dependably idiosyncratic work from writer-director Rob Zombie -- and benefits from his work behind the camera just as much as his talented wife's in front of it.

Ray T (br) wrote: A fun light romantic comedy that explores the new social phenomenon of smoker groups that gather outside of non-smoking buildings and how they build their own comradery outside of the confines of their workplace. What was fascinating is that these people were from various strata of society that did not normally mingle with each other. Smokers promoting diversity awareness and sensitivity. What a concept.

Robert G (nl) wrote: Not a bad effort from Bay. Probably his most ambitious project. Acting is actually great and has thankfully the least jokes of a bay film and a lot more memorable because of the fact that it deals with actual issues and the score is beautiful.

Josh B (fr) wrote: Semi-interesting . . . for a B movie.

Andrew B (de) wrote: Maybe I am just not "artsy" enough to enjoy this movie. I understand the statement the director is trying to make with this picture. And yes, it is very unique the way it is show. The movie is filmed all on one soundstage, set up like a town. To me this is Von Triers just being strange and disturbing for no reason once again. His movies have a meaning underneath all the stuff he puts on screen, and his movies are obviously not made for the masses, that is quite clear. Basically a girl ends up in a small nice town and everyone seemingly is good hearted and nice to her. She eventually is chained up like a dog and used as a sex slave for the guys in town, they take turns with her. Then she leaves and comes back and gets her revenge and kills everyone in the town. End of story, don't bother with this movie, keep on moving.

Erin S (fr) wrote: so real, so good, so down to earth, I loved it so much I bought it!

Noname (ag) wrote: A nice romance drama movie with the *wonderful* and *amazing* Kate Beckinsale :) and the great John Cusack. A love story which was really fun to follow til the end. Eugene Levy had a short role aswell for the comedy part. I had to see it mainly for the great actors in it and im glad i did.

Brian K (br) wrote: Ok Leslie Nielsen now you're just embarrassing yourself, please stop.

Richard F (ru) wrote: Interesting and well written courtroom drama taking place during the Boer War. Bonus points for having Alf Stewart in it.

Lee M (ca) wrote: Will Penny is not a straight out-and-out western but more a character study of an aging cowpoke who for the first time feels the stirrings of romance.

David L (es) wrote: Gigi is one of the most difficult films to rate and review today due to a number of reasons. First of all, its notorious connotation is creepy to think about today. Also, Gigi's classes seem very dated because of the evident hatred towards poor people. But, having in mind that it is a film from the fifties with its story set at the turn of the century, it is natural to somehow forgive those elements and besides them, the film has a lot to offer including its excellent art direction and cinematography, superb acting and, most importantly, sweet and charming sense of humor that brings smile to your face. At the end of the day, it is a good film, but still notorious for its dated elements and connotations and also for beating a classic 'The Defiant Ones' in the race for Best Picture (that little flick called 'Vertigo', by the way, was not even nominated in the respected category, how crazy is that?!).

Griffin W (mx) wrote: Good chemistry between Crystal and De Niro makes fun laughs and touching scenes. Analyze This is "Money Well Spent"

Jefferson20 D (fr) wrote: Buena pelcula para la epoca, excelente el desarrollo que se logra dentro de un taxi

nipp s (mx) wrote: After Superman 3 sucked, they should have stood up, dusted themselves off and gotten back on the "make a decent movie" horse! When Leonard Nimoy wrote a ridiculous story about saving the whales for Star Trek The Voyage Home it sucked, yet a year later Christopher Reeve does the same thing about nuclear weapons for this suck fest! I don't give half a shit if your "star" wants to make the next movie about some stupid fucking social issue... actors are people too..... throw some money at them and they'll forget all about their conscious. Either these were 80's hipsters making a movie "ironically" or they were trying to make the stupidest fucking movie ever.... either way... CONGRATULATIONS!