Punnagai Mannan is a Tamil language film starring Kamal Haasan in the lead role of the protagonist. The film was directed by K. Balachander.The film opens with lead actor Kamal Hassan and his love interest Rekha,attempting suicide from a cliff. In this attempt, Rekha is killed but Kamal survives the fall. It is later revealed that the attempt was because of the obstacles in their love life placed by Rekha's father.At this point, Kamal is advised by his uncle (also played by Kamal) that suicide is escapist, and a sign of weakness. Kamal agrees and gets on with his... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Magnus S (mx) wrote: Bad acting and slow moving......
(ru) wrote: A heart in the right place does not a good movie make. I agree with what Rendition proposes, but the argument it makes for it is poor and the dialogues are cheaper than the balloon that failed to make Witherspoon seem pregnant. The only actually enjoyable moment of this film for me was the three-minute discussion I had with my friends in order to figure out the repercussions of the twist at the end.
Dann M (ca) wrote: "I have a competition in me." There Will Be Blood is an incredibly compelling character drama from Paul Thomas Anderson. Loosely based on the Upton Sinclair novel Oil!, the story follows and oil prospector named Daniel Plainview who attempts to buy up a small California town and build a pipeline to the coast. Daniel Day-Lewis gives an amazingly captivating performance that makes the film. And Paul Thomas Anderson creates a very atmospheric setting with his minimalistic directing style. However, the film does tend to drag at times and goes off on tangents. And, Day-Lewis has such tremendous screen-presence that some of the other performances get overshadowed. Nevertheless, There Will Be Blood is a powerful film about corruption and greed.
Crystal L (mx) wrote: A children's adventure story, but it seemed more an excuse to showcase the vast number of Japanese demonkind than about anything else. I mean, there's a part in the film where all the yokai get called to the final scene of battle, and most of them are partying it up rather than contributing to the action. :P
Matt S (au) wrote: one of my favorit movies with her in it. very good
Robert H (br) wrote: This film finally answers the age old question, do lovers who kill together, stay together?An ultra low budget, self referential, slasher comedy that has very little going for it and maybe that's its best attribute.The jokes are so bad that the film actually makes reference to how bad they are. Luckily there is a good amount of gore and nudity to keep you interested otherwise you'd quickly fall asleep during this snoozefest.This is one of those films that skirts along the border of SOBIG but I'm not sure it quite gets there.
Gene H (kr) wrote: Night Moves is kind of cool, right? I should have won an Oscar for it. I was so awesome.
Charlotte B (au) wrote: Who wouldn't want to join a revolution after this?
Anna B (de) wrote: Quite funny, and charming, and it has a good energy to it, so I mostly enjoyed myself. I think the problem is that real life stories aren't structured to be movies, so in following this true story fairly closely (at least, so it seems) to fully capture the "stranger than fiction" vibe the filmmakers end up with an unstructured, scattered, sometimes random plot that often left me uninvolved and a bit befuddled.
Graham M (ru) wrote: Stupid but works as both an unconventional horror film and, thanks to some genuinely funny moments, a decent comedy too.
Greg B (nl) wrote: Underrated masterpiece.Perhaps the most underrated crime drama ever.A great cast down to the bit parts.Gary Oldman's performance probably the best of his career. Ed Harris as always brilliant. Sean Penn gives one of the most underrated performances of his career. If you loved The Departed you'll love this film.Amazing shoot out ending and Jordan Cronworth's best cinematography since Blade Runner.