Pasanga is a 2009 Tamil film directed by debutant Pandiraj, who worked as an erstwhile assistant to Cheran. It stars numerous debutant child artists in the lead roles along with newcomer Vimal and Saroja fame Vega Tamotia in supporting roles. The film, produced by Sasikumar and scored by James Vasanthan, who both rose to fame with the 2008 hit film Subramaniyapuram, released on 1 May 2009 to high critical acclaim, bagging three National Film Awards and several other awards at International Film Festivals . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jason K (ca) wrote: The overuse of wirework, cgi, and way to many characters who dress the same to keep track of what the hell is going on......annndddddd GO!
Mike C (jp) wrote: Sam Rockwell is usually pretty solid, and Olivia Wilde is, well, hot. Throw in a little comedy and this movie is tolerable.Rockwell's unhappily married character is taking over his father-in-law's drug store in a picturesque town. He runs into pill-popping and equally unhappy Wilde and things begin to happen. That's about where the movie loses its entertainment value. There were some giggles in the first 30-45 minutes, but once the plot really picks up, the comedy wanes and so does any believability. It just gets a little lazy after that.
Dilhara A (de) wrote: silly. odd. can appreciate the humor though.
David K (gb) wrote: One of the best and most effective british horror films. More Disturbing than scary, but remains a solid watch.
Jenn T (us) wrote: Good cast, tried really hard, but just had been done before.
Tyler R (nl) wrote: It's one of those movies u only watch once and u enjoy it's action. Dumb plot but u have to love wesley snipes
so they call me Topher (ru) wrote: Steve McQueen, a.k.a. 'tha man', stars in western revenge story. But don't be fooled, its not your typical western nor your typical revenge flick. This is very intense and very touching. A moving story, very well adapted (from the novel), directed, and acted. Its certainly not cliche--in fact, quite on the contrarey. The movie presents a unique view and the story takes a lot of intricate twists and turns. Its a touching and emotional journey that doesn't lack on the action. Definetly an overlooked classic--a diamond in the ruff.
Anna K (fr) wrote: So ridiculous, I appreciated it better as a comedy than anything close to a drama.
James B (ag) wrote: An odd, but good family movie.
Bill M (mx) wrote: Pride is the only one of the seven deadly sins that is frequently confused with virtue.
Andy C (au) wrote: Highlights of this lightweight comedy include Tony Randall as the drunken neighbor and friend and, of course, the coupling of Day and Hudson. The story is just one long misunderstanding that could have been solved with one line from any character in the movie but who cares?