Mambattiyan

Mambattiyan

Mambattiyan is a 2011 Tamil action film directed by Thiagarajan, starring his son Prashanth as the titular character. The film, also starring Meera Jasmine, Prakash Raj, Vadivelu and Mumaith Khan in other pivotal roles, is a remake of the 1983 Tamil blockbuster of the same title that starred Thiagarajan himself and Saritha

Mambattiyan is a 2011 Tamil action film directed by Thiagarajan, starring his son Prashanth as the titular character.[1] The film, also starring Meera Jasmine, Prakash Raj, Vadivelu and Mumaith Khan in other pivotal roles, is a remake of the 1983 Tamil blockbuster of the same title that starred Thiagarajan himself and Saritha . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Saihna C (it) wrote: My heart is so heavy for them... :(

Jacob D (kr) wrote: I am thrilled that modern slavery was brought to light through this movie. I know of many Sri Lankans, Pakistani's and Indians who are enslaved in Dubai, Saudi Arabia and the countries that advocate slavery. They believe that their God approves slavery. Some I know who were almost raped, but jumped out the balcony and escaped. This is so real, I hope all of us will fight it and eradicate it from this earth! It was heart wrenching!

Mark E (us) wrote: A taut, well-executed thriller that proves you don't need dialogue to drive a film.

Edgardo a (nl) wrote: this is my favorite movie since i was little and its still my favorite

Scott W (gb) wrote: I remember loving this movie when I was a kid.

Charlie J (mx) wrote: Imagine you just graduated from medical school and expect to become the next Surgeon General; that's how good people think you are and you have the ego to match it. Suddenly, you're told you will be an intern at a backwoods free clinic for the foreseeable future. Think you might be mad? Well, so is Dr. Yamamoto when this happens to him in Japan during the shogunate. He studied new, foreign medicine in school but almost immediately loses both his fiance and his job prospects. The next three hours of the film show his gradual transformation from a self important and immature boy into a doctor who understands the pain and trials of the poor. Through a few specific vignettes, Yamamoto learns the back story of some old men as they lay on their death beds and then receives the challenge to rehabilitate a young girl who has been abused her whole life and trusts no one. This film is not for the weak. It's three hour running time pays off at the end during a climactic scene involving an entire poor family who resort to an extreme option to escape their station. The echoes of half a dozen women into a well may seem melodramatic, but it is a fitting capstone for the audience who just witnessed a long and arduous Kurosawa movie.

Anthony M (kr) wrote: Toujours aussi ennuyeux...reste la prsence de Boris Karloff qui ne parvient tout de mme pas sauv le film lui tout seul...

Wu L (jp) wrote: the most classic King Kong Movie from the greatest Peter Jackson. just see it again before the new one comes

charles b (de) wrote: Watch the trailer. It reveals the funniest bits. What a pity such a great cast is wasted in this feeble attempt to garner laughs. The concept is great but the execution is lacking...

Jason A (ag) wrote: CLASSIC and B-Movie GOLD! Roger Corman is amazing production and directing his produced classic Monsters is one of my favs by him. It probley has the only story for a film about Fish how Mate (or rape) girls on the beach and other locations. Lol is the only word. Good enough acting and effects at least to say.