Thulladha Manamum Thullum

Thulladha Manamum Thullum

Thulladha Manamum Thullum starring by vijay and simran. Kutty (Vijay) wants to become a singer while working in an audio shop run by Mani (Manivannan). His songs are appreciated by a college student Rukmani (Simran) and each time when she wishes to meet him, circumstances project him as a transitive element. He also becomes the cause for Rukmani losing her eyesight and repents for it. He starts to love her and he regularly writes to his mother about the development of love he has for Rukmani.When his mother dies, she offers her eyes to Rukmani. To meet the cost of the eye...

Kutty wants to become a singer while working in an audio shop run by Mani. His songs are appreciated by a college student Rukmani and each time when she wishes to meet him, circumstances ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Paul D (es) wrote: It's not just about the trial, for which I thought the courtroom scenes were a little lame - so a fairly average thriller/drama in the end.

Ahmed B (us) wrote: It isn't so much !!!!!!!!!!!

Nabwire N (nl) wrote: woow! i think it mst be interesting

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Al M (br) wrote: Featuring a myriad of B-movie actors, Dark Reel is a reasonably entertaining supernatural slasher film that never does anything truly original or scary but manages to be a reasonably engaging homage to B-level horror movies.

Suman L (br) wrote: very good movie superb acting mind blowing

Brad G (jp) wrote: The third outing in Tom Selleck's Jesse Stone series has a fairly compelling mystery of an unsurfaced mushy lake corpse that leads Magnum P.I. deeper down the rabbit hole of depression and alcohol. It also offers up some serious gunplay for Selleck who uses bad guys as shields and puts down the scumbags that have it coming. The introduction of William Devane's psychiatrist is very much welcome and it provides for some thoroughly entertaining grumpy old men bicker healing. And the moment Death In Paradise finished I was compelled to pop in the next film. VF.

Liam P (us) wrote: Tropical Malady really is a film of two halves. The first half shows a budding new relationship between two men; simple and stark. The second half takes these two men and places them into a mythical setting. One man is the hunter, the other is the shape shifting beast he is searching for. The power of the second half causes the viewer to view the simple first half in a completely new light.

Petra K (ag) wrote: An adorable tale for little children but can definitely be enjoyed by all!

Mandy M (au) wrote: Sad....just sad. Love the story Mr Waters but the actors choosen...STINK! Melanie Griffith? Stephen Dorf? What were you thinking? Seriously??? Was Mink Stole busy finding the cure for cancer of something that she couldn't play Honey? She would have been amazing. Really didn't like this film which broke my heart because I love Waters!

Joshua D (nl) wrote: This is a crazy as shit move!

Christopher L (de) wrote: Hal Hartley's "Henry Fool" is a frustrating film. Sitting through its bloated 137 minutes, I kept swinging from great admiration to utter disdain to mild amusement. While I swung, though, I never quite knew what the hell was going on. I still don't. What's really disappointing is I don't think I want to. The dialogue has a rhythm all its own, which is to be appreciated for sure. The commentary on art, society, family, etc. is all here, and is certainly biting in its satire, but it never really made me laugh. I was amused here and there, but I wanted to know what the hell was going on. This plays out like a series of strange happenings without a purpose, and that just made me mad.

Greg W (au) wrote: reel good technicolor western about the building of America's railroad just b4 the civil war.

Greg W (us) wrote: holds the dubious destinction of being the first technicolor horror film something hammer studios would later exploit to its fullest

Vlad M (kr) wrote: Van Damme, enough said.

Andrew L (jp) wrote: Enjoyable enough action film, but Will Smith's cop with a chip on his shoulder gets tiresome after a while.

Brandon M (us) wrote: ok FIRST OFF NOT AS SCARY AS SOME PEOPLE MADE IT SEEM LIKE IT WOULD BE!! It had a FEW moments (like one or two) and the alternate ending on the DVD is creepy. This movie starts off VERY SLOWLY, but small things eventually happen. One thing that kept annoying me about the movie/characters was the couple's REFUSAL to turn on lights and just use the camera light; who does this, honestly? Also, for those of you that believe it THIS IS NOT A REAL MOVIE!!!!!!!!!!!! it even says at the end, and why would a real movie have 3 DIFFERENT ENDINGS!! I feel that Katie was the only one who had the most depth; Micah seemed like a jerk at times, and was poorly characterized and I just didn't feel that he was "real". Even the psychic was poorly developed (even though he was only in it like total of like 7 min). I do, however, like how they didn't actually show any ghosts, just what was happening; that gave it that extra edge and added a SLIGHT factor of creepiness. It was also cool to see the night shots and wonder what was going to happen, but sometimes disappointing when it was just simply a small noise. Some of the "tricks" are awesome editing/camera trickery and makes ya wonder how they were done (can't tell you without giving parts away). It also would have been little bit better to see more day shots, or see their breakdown more during the day (hard to explain what exactly I mean). All in all, DEFINITELY not the scariest movie, and not as scary as everyone made it out to be.

chris h (br) wrote: even possessed Patricia Arquette is still fit