Naan நான்(English: Me) is a 2012 Tamil crime thriller film directed by Jeeva Shankar starring composer Vijay Antony in the lead role, also the producer and music director.Siddharth Venugopal and Rupa Manjari both appear in supporting roles. The filming of Naan began in April 2010. The film was released on 15 August 2012 and has received positive response.
An hopeless orphan , impersonates his dead co-passenger for his educational purpose and gets into trouble. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(au) wrote: No doubt, we're supposed to watch this and completely forget that BO is the undoubtedly the worst president ever. I mean, if he had a "fix," it would have happened, especially with majorities in both houses of congress in 2009 and '10. Instead, he embraced all of the worst aspects of Bush 2, and doubled-down on them. The real "Obama effect" upon America is malaise and chaos, and if he's reelected, the we deserve the abyss that he's driving us toward.
(mx) wrote: hmmmm,it was not so good
(ca) wrote: Two hired assassins help raise their mark's daughter while being pursued by her sociopath boyfriend.Lee Daniels's, the director behind Precious, debut is an attempt at a thriller, but it's in the guise of an art film with all of the pretension and none of the art. There are long sequences during which the actors emote and look vaguely troubled, and the stylized violence that is supposed to look cool, an imitation of Tarantino. Even the characters are reminiscent of Tarantino, and Daniels's addition is a unmentioned and unexplained mismatch of romantic couples. The 100-pound Joseph Gordon-Levitt is paired with the ... uh ... over-100-pound Mo'Nique, and the thirty-eight-year-old Cuba Gooding Jr is paired with sixty-one-year-old Helen Mirren. The latter match is explained by an odd step-Oedipal complex, but suffice it to say that I think these matches are Daniels's attempt at liberal multiculturalism, saying that love transcends looks, age, and race, but it all comes at the expense of verisimilitude. I did enjoy the performances in parts, especially by Stephen Dorff as the psycho boyfriend, but overall, there isn't much that could redeem this film.
(it) wrote: After 20 min in, I was dying for it to be over. Even with a notable cast, the acting was laughable and the plot was non-existent. Fell asleep at the end and wasn't compelled to go back and see what happened.
(es) wrote: the main chick is crazy. so it makes it entertaining.
(ag) wrote: I'm trying to think of how I might have made this film. I think to begin with I might have gotten rid of some of what seemed to me to be gratuitous violence, unless, to go by the movie info, that was in line with the squad's character. Replace the lead, Nolte? Too compelling, even at this stage. Replace Griffith? Well, yeah, going by how we think of her now; but someday this will be a classic as we look back on these careers and Robert Osborne is rhapsodizing about all the good features of the film. It was beautifully made and there were so many great actors in it. So just sit back, enjoy it, don't be judmental ... and remember, one day you may be glad it was made.Oh, btw: if for nothing else, and you're male, check out this movie for Jennifer Connelly. I have seen her in one or two other movies and she has always seemed demure and lovely. She is, here, too, but shows certain sides of herself that seem amazing.
(ru) wrote: This terrific slasher flick from the 80's holds a special place in my heart because of how insanely Canadian it is. Shot on location around Nova Scotia (and featuring some incredibly thick east coast accents), it gives the film a unique atmosphere that sets it apart from other horror movies. The script is very formulaic, but it's surprisingly well-directed and acted, and has much more style and suspense than one would expect from a movie like this. The mine setting and the fact these are woking class characters instead of high school or college kids are a welcome change. My Bloody Valentine is all the more enjoyable now thanks to some long lost gore effects footage being rediscovered and put back in the film, making it one of the bloodiest slashers of the decade. It's scary, funny, campy and especially enjoyable for Canadian horror fans (seriously, Moosehead beer appears in almost every scene).