Mayakkam Enna

Mayakkam Enna

The plot revolves round the life of Karthik (Dhanush) a struggling freelance photographer in Chennai who does portfolios, weddings and other functions. Karthik has a keen interest in wild life photography and friends call him a genius, though he is bit of a loner. His role model is Madhesh Krishnaswamy (Ravi Prakash), a world renowned wildlife photographer and his dream is to be an assistant to this arrogant man. Karthik hangs out with his friends and is extremely close to Sundar (Sundar) who introduces his girlfriend Yamini (Richa) to the gang. Initially Karthik and Yamini can't stand each other but there lies the twist, when opposites attract.

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Mayakkam Enna torrent reviews

Thomas W (de) wrote: Turn Me On, Dammit! is a teenage sex comedy from Norway about horny, 15-year-old Alma who hates her barely-there small town in the middle of nowhere where there is nothing to do (but call phone sex hotlines). Alma is ostracized by her classmates after a pary at a youth center at which the boy she likes, Artur, literally pokes her (nothing more) playfully with his ____. As Alma found her life nearly un-bearable to begin with, after this event (which she had probably dreamed of) she becomes even more miserable as her best friends ignore her and her mother doesn't have time for her. It is a lite comedy that is definitely from Europe. These types of films aren't for everyone and although Alma is one of the horniest teenagers I have ever seen on the screen, I was able to still enjoy her plight. The poor dear ...

THEREALSCOTTFREE AKA MISTER MIRACLE (jp) wrote: on the old scott free myspace theres a blog titled tom stewart killed me i'm still rewriting it for a song

Carlos F (gb) wrote: Hunger games without a rubber

Hli L (es) wrote: As versatile as ever, Winterbottom's western is one of his most underappreciated films. Milla Jovovich singing the fado? Yes, please.

John E (gb) wrote: Delightfully awful. The most unintentionally hilarious movie I've ever seen, with great respect to "The Room."

Damon H (us) wrote: A beautifully shot film about a constrato (a male singer whose scrotum has been removed to preserve his feminine voice) and his life as a classical version of a modern rock star. With beautiful music through out the film, it is similar to Amadeus.

Drew W (ru) wrote: I give this a 82/B-.

Zane U (kr) wrote: Humbert Humbert: Our Hero?The dvd jacket to 36 FILLETTE bills it as "the French Lolita," and while I've never seen Lolita, the only positive thing that I can say about this film is that it's cool to see a female coming of age story, since it's a male dominated story-type. That's where my praise ends, though. 36 FILLETTE is essentially about a girl on a crash course with future emotional problems. She has some psychological complex about sex where she is both fascinated and repulsed by it. The filmmaker seems to think that the best way to show this is to make everything an ambiguous teeter-totter: when an older playboy that she "picks up" (though who picked up to is up for debate) talks about sex, she bristles, but whenever she talks about sex, he bristles. It's just absurd. More absurd is the fact that she is 14. Blah, it's all just a pretty rotten set up and, while I suppose it maybe might possible be read by some small number of people as being about female sexual freedom, it strikes me as exploitative, aimless, and boring.

Michael W (au) wrote: Music bio of Loretta Lynn's remarkable (and unlikely) rise from Kentucky coal mining town and teen mother to the 'First Lady' of country music. Spacek and D'Angelo sing the songs which are always a plus in a film of this kind with Spacek winning the Oscar as Best Actress. Only downer is the absence of the Conway Twitty duets. When visiting Hurricane Mills Tennessee, be sure to visit Loretta's Kitchen for the buffet dinner.

Tehe T (jp) wrote: Not the best romantic comedy but not the worst. It works on the great leads