Siva Manasula Sakthi
The movie is about the Blossom of love, fun and lots more between the characters Siva and Sakthi. The 1st half shows the blossom of love in the mind of Siva while we find a new turn during the second half where Sakthi reciprocates it.
- Stars:Jiiva, Anuya Bhagwat, Santhanam, Urvashi, Gnanasambandam, Sathyan, Sneha Murali, Aarya, Shakeela, Mahanadhi Shankar,
- Director:M. Rajesh,
- Writer:M. Rajesh
The movie is about the Blossom of love, fun and lots more between the characters Siva and Sakthi. The 1st half shows the blossom of love in the mind of Siva while we find a new turn during the second half where Sakthi reciprocates it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ag) wrote: It's sweet, well acted, and charming. However, I also thought it was very boring. It's a nice small movie, but it did have trouble keeping me interested.
(ag) wrote: It's often tough to judge a movie based on its background or its pre-release publicity. Here's a case in point: What if I recommended to you an American movie which was originally shot seven years ago, took two years to edit and was only released overseas, before sitting on a shelf for another five years until finally becoming available in U.S. theaters, only to receive a 5% critics rating from a leading movie rating website? Doesn't sound very promising, does it? Okay. What if I then told you that the movie has an international cast of award-winning actors, some of which are past Oscar nominees, and the script was written by another Oscar nominee? At that point, you might express some interest. You also might remind me that a strong pedigree is no guarantee of a strong movie. And you'd be right. In this case, however, the movie in question - "Shanghai" (R, 1:45) is well worth a look - because of the reputation of the cast and filmmakers, and in spite of the film's long and questionable road to American theaters.With stars from the U.S., the U.K., Germany, Japan, Hong Kong and China, a writer from Iran and a director from Sweden, all working on a film set in China, but also involving the British, Americans, Germans and Japanese and taking place early in World War II, it would be hard to imagine a wider international effort in the service of a more international story. In fact, in its story, international flavor and tone, this neo-noir drama-mystery-romance reminds me more than little of 1943's "Casablanca".It's 1941. World War II is raging in Europe and in Asia, but the United States is still officially neutral. Japan has swallowed up most of China, with the notable exception of one specific area. Shanghai is an international city which is still technically under the control of the Chinese government. In reality, the city is divided into sectors in which various foreign countries have virtual autonomy, a remnant of decades-old trade treaties imposed upon the Chinese by other more powerful nations. Within this large city, there is a British sector, an American sector, a German sector and a Japanese sector. There's an uneasy peaceful coexistence among Shanghai's many nationalities. Tension resulting from various ongoing hostilities and fear of international conflicts spreading hang like a dark cloud over every action and reaction, every conversation, every interaction and every relationship between potential foes.This is the situation in which Naval Intelligence Officer "Paul Soames" finds himself. It's not his real name. Much like everyone around him, there is more to "Paul" than meets the eye. After a stint working undercover in Berlin while posing as a journalist who is a Nazi sympathizer, he is "transferred" to Shanghai to work with a close friend and fellow Naval Intelligence Officer called Conner (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). As Paul arrives in Shanghai, he learns from his handler (David Morse) that Conner has just been murdered. Paul is determined to find out who killed his friend and why, for reasons that are both personal and professional. Solving this mystery will require him to carefully navigate the increasingly shaky relationships between people who seem to trust each other less and less with each passing day.Paul uses friendships that he established back in Berlin, especially with Leni Mller (Franka Potente), as a way of getting to know the major players in Shanghai. Through Mrs. Mller, he meets Japanese army officer Captain Tanaka (Ken Watanabe) as well as a local Chinese crime boss, Anthony Lan-Ting (Chow Yun-Fat), and his wife, Anna (Gong Li), a woman who seems to have more secrets than... well, than China has rice. Paul also makes contact with Conner's informant, Benedict Wong (Juso Kita) and tries to find Conner's mistress, Sumiko (Rinko Kikuchi), who disappeared on the night Conner was murdered. Meanwhile, Paul has to maintain his cover with his British newspaper editor (Hugh Bonneville). Paul has a lot to juggle as he retraces Conner's footsteps to discover the reason for his murder."Shanghai" is a classic neo-noir in every sense of the term. Besides shady characters, an imperfect protagonist, a crime to be solved and various forms of intrigue along the way, its judicious use of narration by Paul, the way the various characters speak to each other, and more than a few surprises and plot twists, should recommend this film to all fans of the genre. It may not have the charm of "Casablanca", but it has even more action and intrigue. This is the best neo-noir since "L.A. Confidential" back in 1997. "Shanghai" should not be judged by the twists and turns that brought it to American theaters, but by the creative and entertaining twists and turns that the film serves up on screen. "A"
(ca) wrote: It would be a lovely romantic film if the actress was'nt such a wet drip!
(mx) wrote: Jeff Nichols is 3 for 3.
(ca) wrote: Instead of a ridiculous campy film like the first Bats, this one is an overly complex military story which happens to have a subplot about bats. The story is incomprehensible and incredibly dull. I gave up trying to understand what was going on halfway through.
(au) wrote: loudQUIETloud is a warm documentary charting the reformation of the Pixies in 2004. Compared to rockumentaries such as "Some Kind of Monster" the crew seems less imposing but equally adept in picking up the real drama, the conflict between the characters. The Pixies seem to communicate with eachother mainly though music, with all four members having their own battles and partial arcs through the course of the film. The Kim v Charles drama, still dominates the band as at the split but all four members bring with them the baggage (good and bad) accumulated from the years apart. The reunion is a success and despite the strained communication seems to have helped each deal with something they were struggling with. They were and are awesome and the editors bring through the sense that the band is more than the sum of the parts, that they all know, that despite everything The Pixies are magical. The sound a mother makes when a baby breaks but beautiful all the same.
(au) wrote: An awesome Icelandic movie!
(mx) wrote: lots of things going on, some humor. pretty entertaining overall.
(it) wrote: If I were to become constantly paranoid by films, there are two things that I have learned from Hollywood about primates: 1. They will take over the world and enslave the human race via Planet Of The Apes franchise. 2. They will destroy us through disease via this film and 28 Days Later.Joking aside, I tremendously enjoyed Outbreak and found it to be a rather top notch thriller. It has also become timely again in the wake of the recent ebola sensation that swept across the world. It's a riveting, thrilling, suspenseful, and downright brilliant thriller that is also very underrated.The film begins in an African village in 1967, where the villagers are dying of an unknown viral outbreak. Despite promises from the U.S. military to help out the village, it is decided that the village must be destroyed to eliminate the virus before it can spread. A cover up is soon in order and the world has no recollection of the event.Nearly 30 years later, the disease pops up again, and baffles the military medical personnel sent to investigate the outbreak, as they are not aware of the events that took place decades earlier. Colonel Sam Daniels wants an alert put out about the virus, but his superiors dismiss his wishes because they believe that the virus will not appear in the United States.Seeing how he is being ignored, Sam decides to get in touch with his ex-wife (Whom he still has strong feelings for), Roberta, who works at the C.D.C. to put out the alert for him, which she agrees to, but she is also ignored by her superiors.However, Sam's worst fears come true when a monkey carrying the deadly virus is smuggled into the U.S. and stolen by a man who takes it to Cedar Creek, California. Within a matter of hours, he is infected by the monkey, and the virus begins to spread rapidly with a 100% fatality rate. Soon, Cedar Creek is quarantined by the government - no one is allowed in or out. Anyone who tries to leave will be shot.Against his superior's orders, Sam and his team travel to Cedar Creek to try and help out, as well as find a cure, and find the host of the virus, who has since escaped. Soon, things get worse when the virus that at first could only be transmitted by contact from an infected patient soon mutates and becomes airborne, sending everyone into panic mode for fear of a worldwide outbreak.Now, Sam and his team, along with his ex-wife, must find a way to stop the virus, but he must also contend with a rekindling relationship between him and Roberta, and also uncover the terrifying secrets and plans being made by his superiors which puts the entire population of Cedar Creek at risk.Some critics and moviegoers found the story to be a mess of Hollywood pseudo-science and melodrama. Sure, the film does follow formulas, but it adds a fresh flavor to these old ideas, complete with interesting characters and a fairly plausible scenario. There is a lot to delve into, storywise, as it not only deals with a viral outbreak, but also romance, corruption, action, thriller, mystery, and drama which I found irresistible and glued me to my seat. Acting wise, I would expect nothing short of great considering the cast assembled. Dustin Hoffman in the lead role of Sam gave a brilliant performance that was very believable as his character has the weight of the world on his shoulders and the lives of everyone he cares about hangs in the balance. The film also contains heavyweights like Morgan Freeman, Donald Sutherland (Giving a great, menacing performance), Renee Russo, Cuba Gooding Jr. back when he starred in good films (Yeah, remember that? What happened? I miss that Cuba Gooding Jr.), and Kevin Spacey who also deliver top notch performances.If you enjoy thrillers, Outbreak offers a lot to fans of the genre. I found it riveting, suspenseful, thrilling, and intriguing because it has so many ideas and concepts lurking within its superbly written plot. There's a great deal to untangle in the plot, and it also boasts some pretty terrific scenes of action and suspense, too. It's both a smart thriller, but also a film that provides plenty of popcorn entertainment as well.Outbreak is a thoroughly underrated thriller. It features great direction, superb performances, a great storyline, plenty of suspense, action, drama, and romance, and great music that should culminate in more praise, but alas, it seems to be a rather divisive thriller. But, if you enjoy thrillers, this film is worth giving a shot at least once. I adore it and I think it's brilliant.
(jp) wrote: This indulgent and effectively styled work of wacky aliens fantasy is lower budget, but only the lower grade film used really shows this. The performances are fun and relaxed which works and it's a spritely romantic comedy storyline.
(de) wrote: Body Guard #2: [inspecting the limo] A bomb!Body Guard #1: No, that's the muffler. A movie that is funny at times, but forgettable.Plot: An aspiring actor lands a role in a movie only to discover that Hollywood only wants the "Stereotypical black guy" role. This is clearly the predecessor to films such as, Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood and Scary Movie. While parts of this are funny, as a whole this movie isn't that entertaining. While I enjoyed the character Bobby Taylor and some of the hilarious sketches, I came away disappointed. But I do applaud Robert Townsend for at least trying to make a funny movie especially with the film's low budget.
(ag) wrote: Remains quite a disturbing film in places, this British shocker did need to pick up the pace and the dialogue is poor.
(de) wrote: One of the worst flicks ever conceived. There is not a single thing the makers of this film did right. Santa Claus battles the Devil...with Merlin the Sorceror! Surely the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen.
(gb) wrote: A brilliant piece of history in a small jar ! But it says the excellence of a modern day pioneer comprehensively.