Vietnam Colony

Vietnam Colony

Two men tries to persuade a bunch of colony residents to relocate to another location for the sake of a corporate project, while the residents including a number of goons, comes in their way. {Vietnam Colony is a 1992 Indian Malayalam film, written and directed by Siddique-Lal. With Mohanlal, Innocent, Kanaka and K. P. A. C. Lalitha appearing in lead roles, the film achieved considerable success following its theatrical release. A Tamil remake of the film, starring Prabhu was released in 1994 under the same title Vietnam Colony.}

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Zinc Z (es) wrote: Vary bad movie, I wish I didn't see it.

Chloe A (es) wrote: 4 stars! I rate this film so much higher than adulthood because it's so real!

DJ (de) wrote: True friendship breaks through it all. Even when all those around you can't see or even understand why we put up with the people we choose to put up with. This movie shows that and it made me laugh.

Andrew M (es) wrote: Phone Booth is a high tension thriller that never has to resort to physical action to be intense. There's an occasional quick burst of action, but a majority of the film's tension comes from the verbal conversation between arrogant publicist Stu Shepherd and the mysterious caller. The film's 81 minute runtime is fast paced, and edited accordingly. The choice of using picture-in-picture edits isn't very aesthetically pleasing, but it works in context of the story. Much of this film's success comes from the two lead performances. Colin Farrell gives a strong performance, and his character transition from selfish and arrogant to emotionally broken and hoping for redemption is played quite beautifully. Kiefer Sutherland is terrifying in a role that only requires his distinct voice, and he certainly has a lot of fun tormenting Farrell's character. Forest Whitaker is a solid supporting presence, but the performances from Radha Mitchell and Katie Holmes are both quite bad (fortunately, the latter have very limited screentime). It's not the deepest film, and the resolution of the story might leave a sense of unfulfillment, but Phone Booth works as a fast paced thrill ride. Bravo, Joel Schumacher.

RJohn X (jp) wrote: Fast cars, coked up broads, and a sleazy John Saxon. It really is a shame that this is Cronenberg's only movie with Saxon. It would have seemed that the two were made for each other. The plot is silly, the acting hammy, and the car racing barely there. Still, its worth it just for the awful music and because it's Claudia Jennings last cocaine fueled performance, before she ascended into the great car crash in the sky.

Ameena M (mx) wrote: I'm so glad I caught this on TCM.

Randy P (ag) wrote: Nicholas Cage is terrifying at making the character come to life.What makes this different from the original is that the lieutenant never changed and in the end he is dead... inside.

Ulla D (de) wrote: I loved it! I loved how there was a good mix of mystery and suspense. This was the first Jesse Eisenburg movie I saw and I'm anxious to see how he'll do in future roles. I'm also not a big Woody Harrolson fan, but I thought he did really well and was one of my favorite characters. I can't wait to show the rest of this movie to my mom!