Engeyum Kadhal

Engeyum Kadhal

Kamal, a young billionaire, doesn't believe in love; his philosophy is simple: No love, no commitments = no disappointments. He works hard for 11 months and takes a month's break from all the work related commitments. Cute violinist Kayalvizhi alias Kayal believes in true love and is highly fascinated with Indian culture. Kayal's father Rajasekhar runs a small detective agency in France and Kayal often reads her father's case files for interesting stories. One day, Rajasekhar gets a new client who wants to know about his girlfriend's mystery man. After a brief investigation, Rajasekhar finds that his client's girlfriend is dating Kamal. Sonu gets angry and decides to kill his girlfriend and Kamal.

The story revolves around a girl living in France who falls in love with a boy coming from India. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Derek B (kr) wrote: Dude idk what yall are talkin about this movies hilarious.

Erin C (it) wrote: Incredibly touching. I only wish I had the ability to forgive like the Amish in this film did.

Jake P (de) wrote: The performances here are great but there's nothing else really going on for the rest of the movie.

Darren W (br) wrote: The action hero in this is Kim Basinger - say no more.

Jacob O (ru) wrote: A largely unnoticed 1980s thriller, "Defense of the Realm" stars Gabriel Byrne as a reporter determined to uncover a possible conspiracy theory in London. Byrne is excellent here in one of his earliest roles, as well as Denholm Elliot as his flawed colleague. Although slow in places and quite complicated, the film is suspenseful and taut and shocks in its incredibly abrupt, definitive ending. Photographed by Roger Deakins, and directed by David Drury, you can't really go wrong here.

Eric R (es) wrote: Trouble In Mind is one of those offbeat american movies that reminds me of how great American Films can be when not directly influenced by corporate greed with the sole priority to make money. This is a very weird, interesting flick about RAIN CITY, a fictional city, which follows an ex-cop (Kris Kristofferson) just released from prison, a young couple from the country who comes to the city to make money (Keith Carradine & Lori Singer), among other various characters. Rain City is really it's own character in the film. Its a moody, wet place that really affects the various characters of the film. It's an odd 80's meets 50's atmosphere with Noir-type dialogue that is endlessly quotable. The film is almost an enigma, as it has tons of moments that are never explained but rather just meant to exist in this fictional, nightmarish future where every character is a complete loner just trying to get by. Keith Carradine's character Coop is particularly interesting in that we watch him go through a complete transformation from a flannel wearing, city hating country folk to a hair done up, suit wearing, city gangster-type. Troube In Mind is an endlessly fascinating experience which I imagine gets better with multiple viewings. Pairing this one with Blade Runner, would make an interesting Double Feature for sure..

Melanie D (jp) wrote: Great, enjoyable multi-viewer where the real star is the lost wonderful, colorful, innocent era known as the '80s. Love every silly minute here like a gone but not forgotten high school sweetheart.

Kenneth B (de) wrote: This is as madcap as I have grown to expect from Herzog. 90 minutes of Dwarfs causing mayhem. It's entertaining as a concept and although the timing of my watching this is apt and it does at least seem relevant, this still doesnt seem quite as ridiculous as the recent rioting in England.

John K (gb) wrote: From Great to Good.Take two the of the better actors, combine with a good director who has an inkling of how to build suspense, and some good one-liners. You get the makings of of a great movie, but that promise is not fulfilled. For myself I haven't seen much of Gosling, he reminds me of a classier Matthew McConaughy, but he's competent. Hopkins is the master of the psycho, mind-f..cking character which he has perfected and he roles out that persona here. The movie keeps you watching because you DO want to find out how Hopkins managed to hide one piece of evidence and the solution is very clever (and logical) -- but somehow the movie loses power and focus as it moves to the denouement.

Mitch T (nl) wrote: Is it decent? Yes. Is it enticing? Not really. Lost Highway is a movie that looks like it should be great, and it has many qualities of being great, but it just seemed like it was confusing simply for the sake of trying to be complex. It definitely disappointed me (I watched this movie soon after I watched Mulholland Drive and Inland Empire, two David Lynch movies that I really liked a lot) and it simply isn't as good as it wants to be.

Lee M (br) wrote: Is it a drama/comedy/war film? Bit of everything really!