Mounam Pesiyadhe (Tamil: மெளனம் பேசியதே;(English: Silence Spoke) is a 2002 Indian Tamil romantic drama film, directed and written by Ameer Sultan, making his directorial debut. It stars Suriya, Trisha, newcomers Nandha and Mahaa and choreographer-turned-actor Anju Mahendra in supporting roles along with several other newcomers, while Laila Mehdin appears in a cameo role during the climax. The film, released on December 13, 2002 and turned out to be an average one at the box office.
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(kr) wrote: A sociopathic teacher uses extreme method to stop the "corruption" in the high school, when his plan went wrong, a night of massacre would be his only solution.The acting was simply dreadful, the story was ridiculous, even the standard of Japanese gore flicks was lost. It was really just violent for the sake of being violent.
(jp) wrote: Though possessing the promise of deeply endowed themes and plot it ultimately is unable to express the message it was trying to tell us. It's unfortunate since the film is stylistically fascinating and the characters are fairly engaging. Despite how avant-garde and post-modernist the direction is, it is nothing but an idiosyncratic bunny trail that leads into an empty pit......
(br) wrote: Para ser una distopa comparada con los juegos del hambre, muestra de manera ms real los problemas sociales en cuanto a racismo y segregacin actual, como por ejemplo la facciones, al igual de una trama intrigante.
(mx) wrote: It was good... undoubtedly!
(gb) wrote: Pretty good -- a movie that illustrates how the role of Canadians overseas has become so complex. It is no longer black-and-white situation for our people.
(br) wrote: funny but i didn't see it all
(ru) wrote: Though I take issue with the third act, the movie is taut and compelling for its short duration.
(es) wrote: Fantastic movie. Seen it about 8 years ago and forgot all about it until I saw it on Sundance (edited). I want it on dvd.
(fr) wrote: Loved that Demi Moore in the 90's. Too bad this movie wasn't very good.
(ag) wrote: the acting makes the movie convincing. interesting premise. but horrible direction by spike "the race-baiting" lee. one of the worst most random endings in movie history that defeats the purpose of the whole film
(gb) wrote: Thursday, June 3, 2010 (1983) Lonewolf McQuade ACTION After a second or third viewing after many years, this is the best American made inspiration of Sergio Leone's "The Good The Bad And The Ugly" style of spaghetti I had ever seen so far, from the very first opening whistles shown on the introduction to the final 5 minutes, Leone would've been proud of it! When good 'whistles' appear over Norris's presence and the nasty music whenever it's on the Carradine character is just as new, athentic and original as one could ever hear it! Sometimes forgetting that it's a homage to Leone than as a Chuck Norris picture! But as first starring roles is concerned, "Code of Silence" was the best Chuck Norris film with this film coming in a close second since this one is more stylistically entertaining than most conventional action picures, that even though there is alot of action in it, it's filmed with a different style as opposed to other action films. In my opinion, it was this film and "Code of Silence" which motivated studios to put Chuck Noris into his own sydicated television show called "Walker Texas Ranger". Few of the problems are that although the "set ups" in this film are quite nice to look at, the pay-offs are not very good like for instance the end fight between Chuck Norris and real life jiu jitsu expert David Carridine of the series "Kung Fu" is not as thrilling as say Chuck and Bruce Lee in "Return of the Dragon". Some of the best scenes was Chuck (obviously using a stunt double) hanging onto the back of the ford truck while swerving Chuck around and when the bad guys cover Chuck and his partner inside the Ford Bronco with sand pounded into the ground -a scene I've never saw before about how they got themselves out using the same motor contraption as Max does in the "Road Warrior" movie to make his car go faster. The only thing that could've made this film great was that the fight scenes could've been handled in the same manner or as realistic as the one in "Return of the Dragon". This film gets a high B or 3 out of 4
(gb) wrote: More like Timejacked. Dorff must be desperate. Lucky I was able to fast forward alot of this. Bring back another Blade spinoff or something. Freddy came back from the grave... I'll go TEAM FROST!!!
(mx) wrote: Mike Nichols, one of the greats in this industry directed in 2004 an interesting love story with 4 people. The film is closer and it begins with the first two individuals alice played by Natalie Portman and dan played by Jude Law who meet in the streets of London. They instantly hit it off and we learn a great deal about the two including the fact that alice is a stripper. later comes in Julia Roberts character Anna whom Dan starts flirting with. Larry Gray played by Clive Owen comes into the picture later and finds his way into this 4 way ordeal. all of them confront each other some fuck each other as well but they all deal with the heartbreak, the fun and passion that comes with this thing we know as love.This is a really well written story. It's a lot like a play especially dialogue wise. the legendary mike Nichols weaves in these 4 lovers in such a fascinating fashion and makes one wonder about love in the world we live in. its quite funny how they all meet each other. Unfortunately it's something that never happens in real life but still pretty interesting to watch. Natalie Portman supplies a good amount of intrigue with Alice. I like how she owned up to being a stripper and regardless of that she manages to have enough confidence to hook certain men in. She doesn't let this profession define who she is. She was the best out of this foursome cast. Portman and Clive owen have scenes were their chemistry was fantastic. Their scene in the strip club is one of the best acting scenes you'll ever get to see. Clive owen himself is pretty damn good here. his character works an honest profession but delves in his guilty pleasures. Like Roberts character he is also honest about his feelings. Julia Roberts is great here! she is a weak fragile woman who lets her heart get pulled in many directions. the complexity about her was interesting to watch. Jude law's character seems conflicted about the kind of love he wants in his life. Strong performance from himGood cinematography and good lighting too. Nichols usage of music to tell the story and mood of scene has always been my favorite element of his directing style. If you love Mike Nichols go see this film you will enjoy it for sure.
(nl) wrote: Nice movie, but needs some better writers. Light entertainment. Have seen better Acapella on the TV battles ...
(ag) wrote: Take this show off HBO it has been on long enough.
(us) wrote: weird film again which signifies that a metallica rockstar is satan.
(ag) wrote: "-A victim is always a victim"