Karthik (Naga Chaitanya) is an engineering graduate who wants to pursue his career as a film director. Samantha is his neighbour and he falls in love with her at the very first sight. But there are two catches. One is that she is elder to him and the bigger hitch is that she is a Malayali Christian. He proposes to her and she slowly falls for his guts and his perseverance. Her strict father comes to know about it and settles her marriage. She loves him, but can’t hurt her entire family by marrying him. The rest of the story is all about how Karthik achieves his passion to become a film director and tastes success at the personal front.
Karthik finishes engineering school and aspires to become a filmmaker. His friend Krishna takes him to director Puri Jagannath and pleads with him to take him as his assistant. Meanwhile, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bastien S (ca) wrote: Disrupting movie, beautifully executed and deeply sensitive. Blue ruin helps you touch your inner self and make you ask questions you're not sure you want to find the answers to. The photography is insane.
Private U (nl) wrote: Truly- the only film about music, what its creation entails, requires, and means, that I have ever seen.
Adam F (it) wrote: Just wanna see how low this can get
John H (ru) wrote: This is an 1984 movie and still receiving highly positive audience reviews. That in itself should say something. And the "professional Reviewers" gave it a rock bottom rarting. Check the ratings. If nothing else, it reflects the distance between the guys on the street (like me) and the movie pundits. Long live the guys on the street !
Evan F (mx) wrote: Way ahead of its time, and it still holds up very well.
Dean M (mx) wrote: Greatest classical weapons movie ever made in Hong Kong! Sammo Hung and Lau Kar-Wing are excellent in their martial arts skills with one of their weapons (spear and sword). But Hung is more comic than Kar-Wing that made me laugh alot. The clever part of this is that each master finds a student that is played by the other main star, which gives each a chance to demonstrate their impressive skill with both weapons - these are the kind of fight scenes that cannot be filmed any more as few people have good enough timing.
Stefanie R (ca) wrote: I would have given it 5 stars but it doesn't have my favorite ending. However it is a great drama story with an amazing performance by the greatest Elizabeth Taylor... This is one of the many reasons why she is a legend.
Philippe D (au) wrote: Adaptation, sans doute un peu tronque, de "L'Assomoir" de ZolaFilm trs moderne, car dnu d'effets de styles et de moralit typiques de son poque.Il prfre s'attacher la ralit des personnages, reconstitue avec vracit le Paris des faubourgs de 1850, et privilgie les scnes naturalistes, ce qui en fait une vision sans doute trs raliste de la vie de nos anctres parisiens du XIXe sicle.
Tina S (mx) wrote: One of the few times where the movie was as good or better than the book!
Dylan F (gb) wrote: Great war thriller-drama. Bale and Zahn put on incredible performances, with this being Steve Zahn's best performance we've ever seen!
Kerem G (it) wrote: Very interesting version of Lance Armstrong's career. Would recommend it.