Goa is a 2010 Indian Tamil-language romantic comedy film written and directed by Venkat Prabhu, who with the project. Starring Jai, Vaibhav and Premji Amaran in the lead roles along with Sneha, Piaa Bajpai and the debutant Australian model Melanie Marie in other roles, the film features music composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. The film follows the journey of three young men, Ramarajan, Vinayagam and Saamikannu, who flee from their remote, conservative village to escape their overly strict families and travel to the international tourist-destination Goa, after encountering a friend who had fallen in love with a Caucasian girl whilst on holiday there. The film explores their time in Goa, the people they meet ranging from gay hoteliers to suave casino owners, and dwells on the relationships they encounter in the region.
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Yasemin Y (nl) wrote: A very sad and true story ...
Pearl G (ca) wrote: This movie is a total thrill from start to finish. The music is unbelievable, the art and ponies superb - cant recommend more highly!
Micah F (mx) wrote: ok. unnecessary cursing and sex scenes. could've been good
Savaia S (au) wrote: Not as good as East is East but an interesting watch... full of life and colour.
Ernst W (gb) wrote: The story would interest people who don't know about ghost month. It is too slow and kept repeating Alyssa's perception which ruined the whole movie. A lot of scenes copy Hollywood made Asian ghost story but anyways, the movie won best director and best cinematography at Chicago Horror Film Festival.
Scott K (es) wrote: Steven Curry looks enough like Jason Siegel that I almost gagged. If I see another one of Siegels rotten movies again any time soon I am going to puke. I don't even want to see anyone that LOOKS like him. The last thing he did I liked was FREAKS & GEEKS and that was a LONG LONG time ago.
John T (us) wrote: A man learns that SnM isn't that bad. And neither is all the crazy leather freaks... Kinky in a carnival-like way.
Erica H (au) wrote: Funny and entertaining. Great dry humor, good lesson, unexpected ending. I love Miranda Otto's character--so charming yet naive.
Private U (ca) wrote: Billy Crystal and Allan King paird to perform this witty and touching film about father and son.
Bryan W (gb) wrote: i'm not very well-steeped in horror history, so i'm guessing i didn't appreciate this as much as i should have, but it was still kind of fun. as you would expect with an old-school british horror, the acting is smug and overdone, but for the purposes here, it is effective. for the time, the effects are well done, although the "monster from hell" is more like the "hairy bastard from beyond." peter cushing is classic, and the script is a little dodgy in spots, but like i said, it was a fun watch, but not as much fun as the title would suggest.
Jamal R (nl) wrote: Bad Jokes and acting throughout the film . Probably Just a horrific Script.
Norm d (ag) wrote: The best of the 3, IMO - stunts that have a basis in reality, unlike the others, & a nice Beemer. A Statham classic.