Thazhvaram

Thazhvaram

A man comes to an isolated valley to take revenge on his friend who murdered his wife. Set in the backdrop of a village in a valley along Palakkad, it is influenced by the spaghetti western genre, and has achieved a cult status in Kerala since its release. Considered as the best thriller of all time in Malayalam cinema. Mohanlal's acting skills and Bharathan's direction are at the peak in this film

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Nick m (au) wrote: Finding Amanda didn't nearly get enough credit as it should have. I will say that it's not the best film that i've seen, but for what it is, it's descent. Broderick & Snow have some good dialogue together, & they work when they act together. Finding Amanda has a great plot & great premise but sometimes it can't quite pull off those type of things that it should've. It's good but not great.

Line A (de) wrote: Det er super god.. :)

Andrew M (kr) wrote: Stitch! The Movie is great and hilarious. I think learning that Stitch has 626 cousins is great and then making a tv series off it is even greater. This movie is the start to the TV series. The plot of the movie is brilliant. I would very much suggest this movie.

Harold M (us) wrote: James B. Sikking has a knack for making unlikeable characters understood. He may have based his character on the same military drill instructor of his acquaintance on whom he based his character of Lt. Howard Hunter in Hill Street Blues.I honestly don't even remember Jim Carrey, one of the best actors performing today, as being the son with whom the Sikking character comes into conflict; but I'm sure he was and that he performed admirably. He always does.

Wendy D (ru) wrote: one of many al Pacino classic movies, in my top five best films.

Page P (jp) wrote: this movie is not as bad as critics say. Yes it's not as suspenseful as the original, but it does show its effort in making this movie by adding gore, some terror, good acting, entertainment and towards the end is very good which persists to a creepy and edge of your seat terror.

Arnaud L (ag) wrote: Impressive cast, amazing number of locations, good 70ies funky score. This film had everything to be an entertaining copy of James Bond. Even Joe Lewis is doing a decent job as an actor. But the story fall flat and there is not enough action to really keep the viewer interested. Too bad, the potential was there.

Spencer P (au) wrote: Part so-so period drama, part surprisingly thought-provoking ghost story, this film by Kenji Mizoguchi definitely has more on its mind than it seems to, thanks to its unique story and some striking direction.

Ian C (de) wrote: For all of Errol Flynn's fame as a swashbuckling adventurer of the Golden Age of Hollywood, his favorite role, and one of his best films, is "Gentleman Jim," based on the true story of boxer "Gentleman" Jim Corbett, the man who defeated the greatest boxer and biggest celebrity of his day in the ring - John L. Sullivan.If the movie has any weakness, it's that there doesn't seem like the odds are ever against Corbett. He never really faces any obstacle that makes you wonder if he can overcome it (even when you know a character will win against the odds, it's always good when a movie can really leave you wondering). Even the climactic fight with Sullivan seems rather one-sided. True, Sullivan was past his prime by this point, and the match is pretty accurately portrayed, but still, things come a bit too easily for there to be any effective dramatic tension.

Private U (es) wrote: This is another good goofy, creepy movie...

Carl M (ag) wrote: After the death of her father and her brother's arrest, Annie is left to uncover her family's hidden past, which will bring her face to face with the supernatural killer Candyman! CANDYMAN 2 is, in every way, an admirable sequel. It not only expands upon the legend of Daniel Robitaille, the Candyman, but it does so with a continued style and sophistication that typically goes unseen in a film of its kind. The colorful Cajun setting gives Candyman a wonderful new world to haunt. New Orleans always has a mysterious aura about it, and a history that reaches out from the streets and buildings. Director Bill Condon taps in to this to produce a number of highly atmospheric moments, from the Candyman's pursuit of Annie through the chaotic streets of Mardi Gras to the retelling of his origin story and the significance of the mirror. Annie is played gracefully by Kelly Rowan, who creates a character that is quite unlike Helen from the original. Rowan is sweet and soft-spoken, afraid to find out the horrifying truth, but like Helen, she is driven by an undying need to know and a bloody fate that draws her to the Candyman. CANDYMAN 2 does inevitably give in to its Slasher roots, with more blood and a higher body count than before. The major distraction, however, is the glaring sound design that cheapens the mood with obnoxious jump scares. Despite a few underlying discrepancies, CANDYMAN 2 proves to be a worthwhile sequel that holds up well against the original. -Carl ManesI Like Horror Movies

Dimitrios R (de) wrote: Its a fair movie with some funny moments,Liked it!

Nathan C (nl) wrote: I Fast Forward all the way to the end and couldn't wait for the movie to finish!!!Superman 4: The Quest For Piece Deserves a Razzie for the late 80's.Score: 0.5/10

Tom H (it) wrote: Good ww2 film but judging from the look of the film i would never have thought that John Ford was in the directors chair.