Ullam Ketkumae

Ullam Ketkumae

Ullam Ketkumae is a 2005 Tamil romantic film directed and co-written by Jeeva, with dialogues by Sujatha. The film features Shaam, Arya, Laila, Asin and Pooja in the lead roles as five college students. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Harris Jayaraj, while Vairamuthu penned the lyrics for the songs. The story tells the reunion of five friends who were together at college and exploring their relationships during the years. The film released after several delays in 2005 and went on to win critical and commercial success.

The movie is all about a group of five college friends - Shaam (Shaam), Imman (Arya), Pooja (Laila), Priya (Asin) and Irene (Pooja). The friends gather for the wedding of Imman. There ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ingela A (jp) wrote: Kauwboy, also known as Little Bird, is the feature debut from Dutch director Boudewijn Koole, co-written with Jolein Laarman. It premiered in the Generation Kplus section of the 2012 Berlin International Film Festival, where it received the Deutsches Kinderhilfswerk Grand Prix for Best Youth Film in addition to the award for Best First Feature. It is the Netherlands official entry to the 85th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film. It's a quietly moving coming-of-age tale about a 10-year-old boy, Jojo (Rick Lens), from a troubled home where his mother isn't around, and his father (Loek Peters), is an unstable man prone to violent outbursts. One day in the woods, he comes across an abandoned baby jackdaw, and after failing to return it to its nest, he brings it home to care for it, and develops an immediate bond with the creature. There's a captivating lead perfomance from young Lens, who maintains a delicate balance between being an angry mischievous loner, and an endearing delicate child having to grow up too quickly. While the story is a raw and deeply personal one, perhaps slightly predictable and unfolds without much surprise, but is always genuine and without pretense. It's also shot with an interesting visual style to help us get into Jojo's headspace. Daniel Bouquet's handheld camera is often kept very close to him, but never in an obtrusive way, always giving us a clear look at the expression on his face or his interactions with the bird; and there are other stylistic moments like slow motion and even a few instances where the image is frozen in place, but Koole gets it right as the tone of these are never heavy handed. This one's a great little bittersweet piece worth seeking out. It's probably too slight to get much notice from The Academy, but its still a strong debut that marks a promising start for both Koole and Lens.

Patrick S (nl) wrote: Best all around movie I've seen in a while. Kevin James hit a home run with this one. SO many good lines and lots of good laughs.

(it) wrote: Average Adam Sandler movie - guy with blue collar job makes it big in the end - but made for kids. It's good but far from great.

Mark F (ru) wrote: This guy has a weird humor but it still makes me laugh!

Edmond C (mx) wrote: An excellent story that deals with acceptance and self-realization, and there's also food involved XD

Julia P (fr) wrote: Superb drama from a great documentary filmmaker. A must see!

Mike P (gb) wrote: Critics are wrong. This is better than 2!

Kenny N (kr) wrote: I watched this because I'm a big Moira Kelly fan. Not bad, but not really memorable either. Put this one when you want to kill some time.

Danny R (fr) wrote: Michael Apted's captivating true-life drama based on the life of Dian Fossey, played with real conviction by Sigourney Weaver, in a brilliant Academy Award nominated performance, she journeyed to Africa in 1967, with no prior experience, to document the vanishing breed of wild mountain gorillas for the National Geographic. Her transformation from diligent researcher to obsessive protecter of the gorillas from illegal poachers, who are killing the apes is compelling. The scenes with Weaver's interaction with real silverback gorillas is extraordinary and quite moving, you can almost feel her heartfelt compassion for these magnificent endangered animals. Astute direction by Apted, with breathtaking cinematography by John Seale, and a wonderfully lush score by the late great Maurice Jarre. Solid supporting performances by Bryan Brown Julie Harris, John Omirah Miluwi, Iain Cuthbertson, and Ian Glen. An amazing and heartbreaking motion picture. Highly Recommended.

Alexander B (br) wrote: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's stone; is an amazing Novel and Film, this is a movie I'll remember for as long as I'm alive and will be one of my favorites!

Thomas B (au) wrote: "I'm the expediter of your dreams, pal"

Donnie B (br) wrote: This film is a missed opportunity, but Gerard Butler and Tom Hardy are sexy and firery.

Ted B (mx) wrote: The plot is very boring. The main character is annoying. Do not recommend this movie.

Michael T (ag) wrote: great concept, shitty execution.

Hobie P (ru) wrote: Dear Lord,what have we come to with this awful flick. Don't watch it trust me you'll thank me later. If you want a Snow White horror flick you'd be better off checking out another terrible but not as terrible newer film Snow White:A Deadly Summer(2012).