Mannar Mathai Speaking 2
Mannar Mathai Speaking 2 is malayalam comedy thriller film, directed by Mamas. It is a sequel to the 1995 cult comedy classic, Mannar Mathai Speaking and the third installment in the celebrated Ramji Rao franchise. Actors Mukesh, Saikumar, Innocent, Janardhanan reprise their roles; while Aparna Gopinath, Shammi Thilakan and a few others are also included in the cast
- Stars:Aparna Gopinath, Indrans, Innocent, Janardanan, Basil Joseph, Biju Menon, Mukesh, Kalabhavan Niyas, Saikumar, Kalabhavan Shajohn, Shammi Thilakan, Vijayaraghavan, Vani Viswanathan,
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(it) wrote: (1.5 out of 5) Bad Moms is another failed attempt at duplicating the success of a female-led comedy like Bridesmaids, where the women can be "just as raunchy as the men", and while it has a legit concept, the execution is very poor and the laughs were almost non-existent. The film follows a trio of moms, played by Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Katherine Hahn, who are fed up with the overbearing responsibilities of motherhood; whether it's out-of-control children, a deadbeat husband, or the incessant meetings and annoyance of the PTA, and decide to rebel against the system and become "bad moms". The chemistry between the central characters is fine, but you never fully buy their abrupt switch to the juvenile behavior; so the film loses credibility almost instantly. The rest of the cast features Christina Applegate, Jay Hernandez, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Annie Mumolo, the co-writer of Bridesmaids. Applegate somewhat shines as the bitchy and unnecessarily over-the-top leader of the PTA, but her character goes so far over-board that her character becomes a total cartoon. This film is written and directed by the guys who wrote the Hangover series and helmed the very lame, 21 & Over, so it's really not surprising that the jokes don't land (first Hangover movie aside). Much like the film Sisters, the cast dumb-down their characters and get into Will Ferrell-esque shenanigans, which don't work when all the characters are successful women with jobs and responsibilities. All things considered, this film had potential to be very funny, but the overly crude dialogue, cringe-worthy montages, and overall unbelievability of the sequence of events didn't work for me. The best thing this had to offer was the end credit scene with the female leads conversing with their real-life mothers - a sweet note to end the dreadful experience on.
(de) wrote: An enjoyable documentary/mockumentary
(nl) wrote: Sad to say, I gained absolutely no pleasure from watching this.
(mx) wrote: Phenomenal ideas, beautiful and wholly unique shots, and captivating execution.
(mx) wrote: Une comedie romantique sympathique et legere portee par une Catherine Frot delicieuse.
(nl) wrote: Clever editing. Very Frenchie in style, neat, decent, & surprisingly absorbing. Petra Wright is simply wonderful.
(fr) wrote: Sequel to Old Yeller, not quite as good
(ca) wrote: Good science fiction film that has interesting human aspects in the story.