Ezhu Sundara Rathrikal is the story of Eby , an ad-film maker. He decided to tie the knot, Suddenly some problem occur on Eby before seven days of his marriage. So he has to solve the problem before his marriage. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ezhu Sundara Rathrikal
Ezhu Sundara Rathrikal narrates the sequence of events that follow the protagonist's bachelor party.
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Cody C (mx) wrote: A miss. And I love Neil Hamburger and Heidecker and John C. Reilly. And I loved The Comedy. But this just doesn't really work. Something feels off. The scenes are very same-y. And it's like it doesn't have nearly as much to say as The Comedy did.
Greg W (ca) wrote: didn't care for this latest FF Coppola film
Sean W (fr) wrote: After a promising beginning for the franchise with two exhilarating and frightening films, REC 3 threw the biggest cinematic spanner into the works like no other film franchise I have ever witnessed. After that, I knew that REC 4 couldn't possibly be any worse. So it has that going for it.REC 4 certainly is an improvement, but it's still a disappointment. What it wisely does is ditch the found-footage style completely, as opposed to the third film's disorientating switch partway through. The "comic" elements from the third film still unfortunately linger in bits and pieces, though the overall dark mood of the film works in its favour. Yet the film doesn't seem to know what to do with itself, its plot or its characters (a warm welcome back to Manuela Velasco, by the way), and ends up being a bizarre amalgam of other sources. It's like Captain Phillips crossed with Braindead. And by the time the ending does arrive, I had sort of already wished the ship would just blow up, and bury the last of the franchise at sea where it belongs.It's an okay film, but it exists as a patchy attempt to crawl back onto the rails. For what has been billed as the final REC film, it is most unsatisfying.
Steven V (ru) wrote: Great Germany horror movie. The storyline was good and the acting was awesome. Pietro Martellanza and Anja Gebel do a great job in this movie.
Artemis C (jp) wrote: 'i carry your heart' by E.E. Cummingsi carry your heart with me (i carry it inmy heart) i am never without it (anywherei go you go, my dear; and whatever is doneby only me is your doing, my darling)i fear no fate (for you are my fate, my sweet) i wantno world (for beautiful you are my world, my true)and it's you are whatever a moon has always meantand whatever a sun will always sing is youhere is the deepest secret nobody knows(here is the root of the root and the bud of the budand the sky of the sky of a tree called life; which growshigher than soul can hope or mind can hide)and this is the wonder that's keeping the stars aparti carry your heart (i carry it in my heart)
Mohammed A (es) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Anna N (ru) wrote: Not interested. In general I don't like horror movies.
Vitaliy S (ca) wrote: Awesome old story! Love it for decades!
Josh R (br) wrote: Oliver Stone's finest hour. James Wood's is a career best bundle of energy as real life US photo journalist Richard Boyle who gets caught up in the El Salvador civil war in the early 1980s. Boyle was a gonzo nutter who talked fast, screwed fast and moved fast. A complete jerk whose arrogance sees him fired and flat broke. The sort of person you should avoid but is just so full of life you have to be around him. The movie like Woods or thanks to Woods moves with a rawness and freshness that I've never seen in any other Stone flicks. While it does have its flaws (communists in a positive freedom fighter light, U.S politicians as sweater around the neck wearing villains), I guess that should be no surprise from Oliver Stone. This film feels so raw and strong and like Woods performance so damn good it's flaws can be easily forgiven. 4.5/5
Susan B R (br) wrote: Ranbir is back! Great performance by him. Corsica and Simla are co-stars as the backdrop they provide is spectacular.
Tom S (ru) wrote: Poorly soundtracked and ultimately syrupy, but depressing nonetheless.
Freeman M (ag) wrote: Best documentary of 2006.
Joshua L (nl) wrote: Best Thriller I've seen in awhile. Well acted, pretty intense and fun to watch.
Dave J (fr) wrote: Thursday, December 5, 2013 (2012) Pressed THRILLER Co- written, co-produced and directed by Justin Donnelly directing yet an unsatisfying strictly-by-the book with no new surprises straight-to-rental movie regarding spontaneous circumstances starring Luke Goss as Brian who's just gotten the boot from his previous job something to do with advertising. Afraid to notify his wife about it, Brian decides to sulk his sorrows by drinking at a bar only to find out that one of his old school chums happens to be the owner of the bar he was drinking in. To lift Brian's spirits up he offers him a gambling deal of a sure thing by tripling his money for him from 500 dollars to 5,000. Feeling so high and mighty, Brian then scrounges up a hundred grand of his own money, only to find out later that his bar owner friend was intending to invest it into the drug trade. And everything goes downhill from here as soon as a couple of precocious teenagers stole the charger where the hundred grand was stored in. Take my word for it, things really do get worst from here and they don't get any better. You know, if you're a frequent newspaper and magazine reader, and news watcher, you would very well know that whatever 'negative' happens in this film is the kind of stuff people read and hear about all the time, so why do we need to watch it as a movie one might ask. It's because there's still an audience for these type of movies where they're many 'narrow minded' people who chose to not keep themselves inform about what is happening in today's society, and rather tweet, twitter and gossip with users on facebook with perfect strangers and don't seem to care about anything else. The thing is that not everything that is shown on the news is a sad story often stereotypically suggested. Also they're hundreds of better films that almost uses this exact same scenario which makes one to wonder whether or not the makers/ writers of this movie came up with the story by reading it from some article, or had seen someone else doing a better job of it. Bomb
Andy T (kr) wrote: Despite an ambitious effort from Jon Stewart and a solid performance from Gael Garcia Bernal, Rosewater does not build up its lead character, is badly paced, overacted in a supporting performance, and is ultimately unemotional and contains some questionable choices in terms of editing.
Ryan A (it) wrote: "The English Teacher" is one of the ridiculous comedy ever!" The performances by the hole cast are horrendous. The directing by Craig Zisk is cockamamie. The screenplay by Dan Chariton and Stacy Chariton is extremely foolish and tedious. And the score is okay. "I'm raving that "The English Teacher" is monotonous that will bored you half to death. Not a must see!!!"