Vaaname Ellai is a 1992 Indian Tamil language Drama film directed by K. Balachander starring Anand Babu, Ramya Krishnan, Madhoo, Vishali Kannadasan, Rajesh and Babloo Prithviraj. K. Balachander won the Filmfare Award for Best Director – Tamil. The story involves five characters from different background, who got vexed with their lives, jointly decide to end their lives together, but begin a short journey of 100 days to live together happily before dying. After a series of events, arrival of orphan baby into their life & gaining inspiration from many of the disabled persons who had achieved things and also from the advice they give them, the four youths decide to life a long and brave life.
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Vaaname Ellai torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie! A lot of it rang true for me.
(au) wrote: It's not half bad . It's actually pretty good. It opens a little sloppy and right when I was just about to say "Meh who cares this is going down the same old video game mayhem path"... The little girl shows up. The film does a 180 from that point. It becomes something much more. Two people in unthinkable predicaments find peace thru acceptance, love and understanding what their life means to them. In a time when thinking a end of times setting who be cool. It makes you think... It would suck. It's not bad . You could do way worse on Netflix like a Adam Sandler movie
(mx) wrote: Love the opening, but other than that...
(de) wrote: This is fun light crime caper -- It's sort of a mash-up of Into the Blue and The Thomas Crown Affair, although the latter is a much better film.
(ag) wrote: Short Cuts is a film of many quirks. It is a big film that feels like a little one. It is a dark film that feels light. If you want an indication as to whether you will enjoy the film, check out the cast. I rate this film up mainly because I love watching these actors act. I don't believe the length is a problem because it is the type of film that is very easy to stop and then pick right back up again without losing a beat.
(gb) wrote: 16! Count 'em, 16 deaths in this one, including a number of grisley killings. I read they had to reshoot a lot of the killings because they were too nasty for the time, buit what's left is fairly eye-opening. The constant action and violence and lack of men in bad ape suits make this pretty watchable, though there is an extended section where we see how Tarzan and Jane have equipped their treehouse with all the modern convieniences that kind of plays like an episode of the Flintstones. Weissmuller swims of course, wrestles crocodiles and lions while Sullivan is precious and gives the story its heart. Cheetah gets laughs but at this point has not turned into a cartoon yet.