Unnale Unnale (Tamil: உன்னாலே உன்னாலே, English: Because of You) is a 2007 Tamil musical romance film. Directed and co-written by Jeeva and produced by Oscar Ravichandran its stars Vinay Rai, Sadha and Tanisha Mukherjee in the lead roles. Raju Sundaram and Lekha Washington, prominent actors from the south Indian film industry, played the roles of the lead character's friends in the film. The film revolves around the aftermath of a relationship between a careless man and a serious woman. Despite being in a relationship, the latter walks out on the former due to his antics with other women. However, the man changes his ways and on a business trip to Melbourne, he encounters another woman. This other woman's personal assistant turns out to be the man's former lover. The events that follow and who the man eventually gets together with form the crux of the story.
Sandy T (de) wrote: Absolute perfection. Sierra, Ramin, and Hadley were stunning. It was an incredible production, and one of my favorite versions of it.
Brad S (gb) wrote: Ed Burns proves that with a good script, good actors, and good performances, a good movie can be made for $10,000. I was definitely surprised by Newlyweds. The characters and ideas in this story really kept me interested.
Julia S (it) wrote: this was kind of cute. the lead is very likeable, which makes it easy to root for him. it wasn't a great script, and the acting was kind of eh, and it was completely predictable, but it was amusing and bittersweet and entertaining enough to watch through the end.
Juan S (es) wrote: Obvious, simple, basic. Despite the linear plot, Annaud found the way to make it confusing, dull and teen romantic.
Isaac T (ag) wrote: Good Dreamworks Movie
Adam R (fr) wrote: (First and only viewing - 7/27/2011)
Nefie T (fr) wrote: This is supposed to be the best Dutch movie of all times... I still don't quite get the murder scene.. and I found the the Dutch jokes funny :)
Angela B (de) wrote: I got a Lancaster thing
Barry T (es) wrote: Visually amazing this was a challenging oddity. Its a brave choice with Robin Wright playing her self in her last film role. Its all about work drying up and her becoming immortalised. Set in the future and with an array of stars this was not for everyone but i enjoyed it thoroughly.
Eric R (ca) wrote: Logical dialogue with compelling questions. I wish something like this could make it to the big screen.
Dave C (ca) wrote: An enjoyable monologue by Spalding Gray, though some of the visuals are distracting.
dan u (jp) wrote: Oh, the lovely Gene Kelly.What more do you want!
John S (ag) wrote: Anyone longing for a good dose of mid-America white trash awesomeness, step right up. Channeling figure skating queen Tonya Harding, tv star Melissa Rauch jumps on to the big screen as former gymnast darling Hope Annabelle Greggory.Living on past glory, Hope struts around town in her U.S.A. warm up suit, dishing out sneers, eye-rolls and contempt for anyone and everyone who dares cross her path. She abuses her doting dad (Gary Cole in a juicy, subserviant role), verbally, physically and financially, whilst running roughshod over the hapless locals. She is one perfect piece of nasty.Unsustainable as her lifestyle is, it all comes to a head with an inevitable transition from star to coach. Suddenly a new, young, perky attention grabber is in the picture. Throw in an old nemesis, a wide-eyed love interest, and we have plot.Look, this ain't Oscar material, but if a raunchy, silly ninety minutes is lacking in your weekend calendar, you could do worse. Rauch is ruthlessly radiant as the potty-mouthed Holly; a female jerk with a weirdly loveable side, who happens to be the lead in a Hollywood flick. Yes.- hipCRANK