Yejaman (1993) is a Tamil language romantic film directed by the Tamil Director R. V. Udhayakumar. It stars Rajinikanth, Meena and Napolean in the lead roles. Vaanavaraayan (Rajnikanth) is the village leader, adored and respected by the people. Based in his advice, they abstain from voting in the elections and instead, pool the money given by the candidates to get themselves some basic amenities. Vallavaraayan(Napoleon) is his arch enemy.Their enmity is further sharpened when Vaanavaraayan wins the hand of Vaitheeswari (Meena), whom Vallavaraayan had also wished to wed. So... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Al M (kr) wrote: Excellent job Maz proud of you.
Kristin S (es) wrote: I would give it no stars, except that I admit the way the film was made was well done...good acting, filming, etc. I just hate the story with a passion! It's so depressing! It can have the best acting in the world, but sorry, the storyline is just horrific. I never want to watch this again...it was so upsetting. We watched this in my English class because it's based on a short story- but the short story sucks too. Haha, I just didn't like it.
Andrew R (us) wrote: Broken City really has a broken script that Mark Wahlberg, Russell Crowe and Kyle Chandler can't save. The city that is broken in this film really isn't that broken and everything is over exemplified to try and make something out of nothing.
Marjorie T (gb) wrote: Actually not a bad film. Don't listen to movie critics.
BRUNO V (fr) wrote: Good Start , 2 movies for the price of one ? One Good , One a bit Boring... Again , good start ....slow middle ...just oke Ending ! Why does Bobby not switch to a Red T-Shirt ????
Brian P (us) wrote: Waste of TIME!! Very Weak movie, DO NOT WATCH, if you do end up watching it, side effects may include: Suicide, murder ramapages, road ramapage, any kinds of ways of harming yourself, and many others...
JC E (br) wrote: Next to 'Miracle', this is probably one of the best sports films of all time. Not only is it incredibly realistic, but the performances by Billy Bob Thorton (Faster), Lucas Black (42), Garrett Hedlund (Inside Llewyn Davis), Derek Luke (Sparkle), Jay Hernandez (Quarantine), Lee Thompson Young ("The Guardian"), Tim McGraw (The Blind Side), and real Texas high school football players like Lee Jackson exude authenticity. Director Peter Berg (Lone Survivor) uses a little too much shaky camera technique, but that's really the only criticism for the entire film. Plus, it's not terribly distracting, like it was in 'The Hunger Games'. The film captures the raw emotion of west Texas, and a town that is completely consumed by its high school football team. It's refreshing to see something so real - the blood, sweat, and tears - captured in a way that is never preachy, soap-boxy, or clich.
Shane D (fr) wrote: Coming to the close of his incredible streak of iconic action films, this is Arnie, still fresh-faced (kinda) but at the very tail end of a solid 15 years at the top. Unfortunately, he doesn't land a hit here as Eraser is devoid of the fun of his previous successes and is bogged down by corny performances which aren't even ironically enjoyable. With exception of the alligators in the front yard sequence, this is best avoided.
Shane J (fr) wrote: 3rd kickboxer movie without van damme. instead sasha mitchell who did a really good job in no.2. Takes all his good work and decides he cant be bothered to act in this one. Sure the guy isnt a bad kickboxer but he walks like hes taken a turd for some reason??? Not sure how this follows on either tong po has become a drug lord in mexico??? wtf?? Its a diffrent actor as well who for some reson is wearing a latex mask??? Sloan is also in prison at the start?? Overall its a bit of a mess of a movie that is trying to cash in on the kickboxer name. There are a few decent fights which add a star.
Dina D (es) wrote: Finally saw this. Although it's a bit dated (the pastel fashions & soundtrack the main culprits) it's a fun film. Alec Baldwin is fantastic. And looks like Ryan Gosling! Jennifer Jason Leigh us perfect. And Fred Ward is wonderful (as usual). A fun and fast paced flick. It's great to see Baldwin si over the top. A bit hokey at times, but a great film for a rainy afternoon.
Ross L (ca) wrote: Maybe its message about WWI was once striking and new and vital, but I found Richard Attenborough's oddly-pitched musical sort-of satire about the futile delusion that was the Great War to be stagey, boring, and repetitive. The point is pretty much made in the first 15 minutes, which is then followed by endless comparisons of the slaughter of the Western Front to seaside carnival attractions and cheery musical interludes making light of one of the human race's largest and most senseless tragedies. I waited in vain for genuine pathos and insight, neither of which ever came. Most of the big names in the cast have mere fleeting cameos and the actual central actors are only middling. I won't deny that overt theatricality in the cinema has always rubbed me the wrong way for vague reasons and there's plenty of that here, but even if I enjoyed that sort of thing I don't think this film would be a good example of it.
Greg W (fr) wrote: another modern day chick flick that still holds up well today