Shruthi, an enterprising 20-year-old girl, partners with Sakthi, a happy-go-lucky youngster to set up her dream business — wedding planning. They decide to not mix finance and romance but a night's revelry changes their equation and they part ways. Will they be able to admit their actual feelings?
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(ag) wrote: rom-com and not, not your regular romcom , its a rummanian romcom so it has a litle nudity boobs, orgys infidelity and stuff
(gb) wrote: Excellent, complicated, brutal drama. Part legal procedural, part falling down and recovering crisis, part you'll never guess what's coming. Amazing cast, very good writing... Beckinsale like you've never seen her.
(fr) wrote: I found "While She Was Out" predictable and not containing the best acting. There are a few memorable brutal death scenes and the red toolbox was a nice touch. The film might be worth check if you want a bit of suspense and blood.
(br) wrote: Romulus, My Father is a harrowing yet fantastic Aussie film that tugs at the heartstrings. Based on the memoirs of Rai Gaita, it features some breathtaking scenery and best of all, fantastic performances. Set in the 1960's in country Victoria, Raimond Gaita (Kodi Smit McPhee, recently seen as The Boy in The Road) grows up having to witness his German mother (Franka Potente) and father's (Eric Bana) relationship crumble in front of him. Though on the surface it's hard to see, Romulus, My Father is ultimately about the relationship between father and son. There is not much as far as story goes, but what it does have is plenty of drama and emotion. It occasionally (at the very smallest of times) sinks into mawkishness, but thats only a minor niggle. The performances in Romulus, My Father are absolutely outstanding. Eric Bana gives a career best as the broken down father Romulus. Although he doesn't have a hell of a lot of screen time, you really feel for his character more than anyone else. Franka Potente and Martin Csokas are also excellent. But the real star is Kodi Smit McPhee, who gives possibly the best child performance caught on screen. He never looks for sympathy from the audience, nor does he become mawkish (okay, maybe the one time). He's such a natural performer. It takes a lot to carry a film as a kid, but McPhee does a sublime job. The turns of violence are timed perfectly by director Richard Roxburgh. The international influence from some of the characters kind of distracts us from the Australian-ness of the film, but that's how the story goes. The film also has a limited sense of grounding and gravitas, that it isn't as moving as it could, or like to be. These are minor flaws in yet another fine Australian film that deserves to be recognised.
(es) wrote: Utterly pretentious rubbish.
(jp) wrote: U have got to see it!!!! Sigh. I wish I got my Virtual Guy existing!!!
(ca) wrote: Clownhouse has lots of scares and twisted minds....Just love it.
(kr) wrote: This is a B-grade fantasy/action flick, and very enjoyable if you realize going in what you're in for. The graphics are inconsistent, sometimes very believeable, sometimes....not. It was kinda funny to see Timothy Dalton looking older, and to see Sean Bean in something other than Lord Of The Rings. (He was why I had wanted to see it when it was on TV originally...) Overall, not bad. Should satisfy anyone who wants an alternative to Disney...
(it) wrote: Looks Pretty Funny, Jack Black is God
(fr) wrote: Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts deliver superb performances and an unexpected chemistry in a movie that feels true and realistic, questioning some common behaviours and apparences of youngs and olds.
(gb) wrote: Bloody brill film top class anther good film made by this actor xxx