Violin

Violin

The lives of Angel (Nithya Menon) and her two aunts Annie (Lakshmi Ramakrishnan) and Mercy (Reena Basheer) are transformed, when Aby (Asif Ali) walks in, as their tenant. After a bout of initial resistance from Angel, romance strikes, and the two fall in sincere love.

The lives of Angel (Nithya Menon) and her two aunts Annie (Lakshmi Ramakrishnan) and Mercy (Reena Basheer) are transformed, when Aby (Asif Ali) walks in, as their tenant. After a bout of initial resistance from Angel, romance strikes, and the two fall in sincere love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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F B (ru) wrote: A classic masala one screener, Ashkay Kumar gives stellar villain, Imran's baby face makes him a perfect anti-hero, Sonakshi is dutiful heroine material & Pritam delivers one great song. A delightful matinee diversion.

Sarfara A (it) wrote: Waar is directed by Bilal Lashari and it stars Pakistan's heart-throb actor 'Shaan'Film's plot is about national security agency inclined to foil terrorist' attempt to destroy the monument in capital city 'Islamabad'. Shaan is suffering from trauma in which he lost his family. The film contains good acting from Shaan and others but it only serves the Punjabi bureaucrats.

Eequiel P (us) wrote: I wish life was like in this movie.... Beautiful movie...

Jonathan D (ru) wrote: This movie moved me but it's a slow reveal and you need to be patient for the story to unfold. It is worth it in the end. This is a story that is a personal tale of bad luck and circumstance, and of humanity and love amidst the inhumanity of war. A war that is easily remembered with the seige of Sarajevo in our recent history. Penelope Cruz is a brilliant actor who always convinces me that she is the character she is playing. She delivers a real and believable performance. Adnan Haskovic is also well cast and is an affable character trying to help in war-torn Sarajevo. If there is a misstep in casting it would be the casting of Emile Hirsh. I couldn't get over his resemblance to Jack Black despite a good dramatic role. His man-child role although integral to the plot, was distracting only for the physical resemblance to Mr. Black. Despite this, he plays his role well. It is a movie worth seeing and considering if sometimes secrets are necessary.

Darryl K (au) wrote: Whether you've read Lovecraft or not (and I have not), you have undoubtedly seen or heard of the influences of his imaginations. From films like Hell Boy, to D&D, to horror cliches, fans of his work have carried on his dark creations. This solid documentary may no be tantalizing but it does a decent job exploring how Lovecraft came to his decisions in fiction and in life. For those who like the writer, or biographies in general this is an interesting watch.

Matt A (us) wrote: A strong cast in a fun show.

Kay L (mx) wrote: The soundtrack reminded me of something from the 70s/early 80s, but I can't figure it out.

Ilja S (jp) wrote: Not the most unwatchable in the series, but definately the worst. Just as the movie it tries to make fun of, this fifth (and hopefully last) movie is forgettable.

Scott S (it) wrote: Awesome show i love it so much.

Grant P (fr) wrote: Miville's Le Livre de Marie is choppy and innocent while Godard's 'Je vous salue, Marie' is more fluid and exposed. However, they are not direct opposites in form, because both films are joined by a kind of disconcerting poetry. I like the juxtaposition of naturalistic images; the phases of the moon are an especially prominent metaphor (in Godard's film anyway).I wish there were a commentary for both films since I'm interested in hearing all parallels to the Biblical story. The featurette on the DVD isn't especially helpful.

Lynda M (br) wrote: Each second of this film has meaning and even more beneath. Wenders has an eye for telling stories through the camera, without words or sentiment. Your own eye and feelings carry you through the moments.

Scott O (ca) wrote: A classic to enjoy as long as films are viewed. This is one of Statham's best. There is a lot of cheesiness here but how can you not like this? It's got everything a good action film should have and then some.