Irupatham Noottandu

Irupatham Noottandu

Aishwarya (Ambika) is a reporter for a newsmagazine looking to investigate the connection between politics and crime in Kerala. She is drawn to the life of Sagar alias Jacky (Mohanlal) who runs a clandestine gold smuggling business for Shekharan (Suresh Gopi), the son of a the state Chief Minister. Jacky is an enigmatic character who stops the smuggling business from growing because of ethical issues with narcotics, and spends his personal time pining for a girlfriend (Urvashi) who is serving time for murder. Ambika publishes a sensational article connecting Jacky to the minister, and pushes the uneasy relationship between Shekharan and Jacky into an open confrontation.

The son of a Kerala political chieftain leads a gold smuggling operation with a maverick partner. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Ryan L (es) wrote: This has nothing to do with the classic Leprechaun franchise. Please try again!!!

Wilman A (jp) wrote: I don`t get the feeling because i haven`t read the book. It was bad because, every adaptation movies like this should can describe precisely every words in the book.

Anthony A (br) wrote: The fights were ok. The plot between them was tedious. It's good to know that Evans goes on to direct the amazing 'The Raid'.

Dakota F (jp) wrote: It had every reason to be just another mediocre movie based on it's recycled concept, but it is executed so beautifully, and the characters feel so real, there is a lair of humanity that cracks in and makes the film more touching, and funnier then it should have been thanks to the perfectly casted actors, and the writing and direction.

Kylie S (ag) wrote: blergh. the acting is like they hired robots. just awful.

James H (jp) wrote: 4.5/10. A poorly structured film, trite writing, the acting is overzealous and the story is overstated. The film is so busy trying to be significant and important it neglects to entertain.

Ryan W (it) wrote: The only thing that really interested me in this movie was the special effects but outside that this a very laughable and uninteresting few hours with these astronauts

m m (kr) wrote: A very gritty film... does well in portraying the hopelessness of the characters and their situations. Peter Mullan was great in this.

Jonathan S (mx) wrote: Christopher Lloyd is enjoyable, but the movie is pretty forgettable.

Chris J (it) wrote: Minus the Keaton, it's horribly miscast and pretty ridiculous.

Becky B (us) wrote: Almost better than the original.

Denise M (es) wrote: kinda sweet but acting was kinda bad. 10 seconds of X Japan! LOL

Noel V (nl) wrote: Is it my imagination or is this terrific, somewhere in the league of Peckinpah or Aldrich? George Hamilton (George Hamilton?!) is terrific as Bentley, the murderous Rebel captain bent on revenging himself on the Yankee major (Glenn Ford, imperturbable as always yet effective here) in charge of his prison camp--the major's only offense? He extended the captain 'every imaginable courtesy.'Improbable yet Karlson--with some input, reportedly, from Roger Corman--manages to make you not only believe it, but nudge you to the edge of your seat, wondering how the whole painful, perverse affair plays out. With the vivid Inger Stevens as the hapless missionary caught between the two officers--not only does she pay a price, she finds herself implicated along with the rest. Can't believe no one--far as I can tell, after a few google searches--has written about this.

Rick R (ca) wrote: Strange Cargo (1940)This is the quintessential Clark Gable movie. He plays Andr Verne, a rough and tough Devil's Island inmate. He sees saloon girl, Julie (Joan Crawford) while working on the docks and the sparks fly. He has to have her, even grabbing her well-exposed leg. Andr escapes to her room just to be with her. But, Julie has no choice, and must turn him in.This is the quintessential Joan Crawford movie too, with her typical tough-talking, Sadie Thompson character. I know that she's supposed to be without make-up, but she still comes off pretty glamorous despite roughing it in the jungle swamps and lost at sea.Both people are lost souls who are trying to escape their lot in life, but are not given too many alternative chances, or choices in life. Julie is fleeing the amorous advances of M'sieu Pig (Peter Lorre) by moving in with a miner in the jungle, and Andr is escaping with some other hardened convicts led by the most dangerous Moll (Albert Dekker) who would stab you in the back as help you (even though he has a soft spot for Dufond (John Arledge). There's also Hessler (Paul Lukas) who marries and murders rich women.A stranger walks into the prison, Chambreau (Ian Hunter) and tags along with the convicts. He's somehow let into the escape and has a weird effect on many of the men, including Andr.Naturally, as in most Clark Gable movies, the love of a good woman was what turned him around. But, in this particular case, there's the mysterious Chambreau who has challenged Andr's conscience to redeem himself and do the right thing.

Debbie S (jp) wrote: Great cast for a dull movie. I kept watching in the hope it would improve and do they get out of there? You'll probably just want to pass on it.

Tim A (br) wrote: Watchable but felt like an infomercial for the SAS

Joe M (gb) wrote: A rare Martin Lawrence movie that occasionally made me laugh.

Brandon S (fr) wrote: Romanticism, whimsy, innocence, optimism, and pure craftsmanship.The direction of your typical musical is to mold the song and dance elements into the film's story organically. This is not Stanley Donan's priority. He's making something bombastic and beautiful, and he won't let you have a moment to get ride of that smile on your face. For that, on behalf of the scores of filmmakers and filmgoers that this masterpiece has inspired, thank you, sir.