Vinod (Dhanush) is a brilliant child at an orphanage run by a Catholic priest (Nagesh). When admitted to a top university, Vinod leaves the comfort of the orphanage and lives along in a city for the first time. In college, he is ridiculed for his appearance and manners by all except Divya (Sonia Agarwal), who he eventually falls in love with. Unfortunately, there is competition. And unfortunately for the competition, Vinod is not exactly conventional in dealing with crises
Exploring into the mind of a youth who is mentally and physically abused in his childhood, the film shows how he slowly turns into a psychopath who kills anyone who comes in the way of the girl for whom he has an obsessive love! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: You must see this movie!!
(ru) wrote: Not how things really happened if you know anything about Billy the Kid, but the movie relied on emotion, gun battles, and slight humor that worked fine for me. The main characters' personalities varied which made them their own and I felt were likeable. This pic had a solid plot with a satisfying ending.
(mx) wrote: This is a genuinely funny and smart movie, with some great one-liners, such as if my head wasn't hurting so much I'd a sworn I was in heaven, heaven for guys who like big tits.? Then there is the virgin dance of the double chainsaws.? There is even chainsaw to chainsaw combat! It also helps that I love private eye movies.
(br) wrote: Great western thats not really a western
(ca) wrote: I didn't know there were women like that. Alec Walker is a wealthy New Yorker who is unhappily married. His wife is conniving, ungrateful, mean and cruel. Alec meets a widow in the country one inauspicious day and falls in love. He asks his wife for a divorce but she will stop at nothing to keep them married and prevent Alec from achieving his goal. Can Alec find a way out of his situation or will his ex-wife win and keep Alec miserable? "I slept like a log." "How do logs sleep?" John Cromwell, director of Made for Each Other, The Prisoner of Zanda, The Human Bondage, Since you Went Away, and Dead Reckoning, delivers In Name Only. The storyline for this movie is very well written and even better acted. The character development is very good and the cast includes Cary Grant, Carole Lombard, Kay Francis, Charles Coburn, and Nella Walker. "You didn't think you could make a fool out of me, did you?" "I tried." I am a huge Cary Grant fan and found this picture while flicking through the channels and decided to DVR it. This is one of his more depressing performances and maybe touched a little too close to home. Overall, this is a very well put together film with a downer ending but I do recommend seeing this picture if you're a fan of Grant. "I just called you to not wish you a Merry Christmas." Grade: A-
(de) wrote: ***Sequel News*** Dominic Purcell - who plays a not quite revived hero in part 1 - replaced by a block of wood. Nobody notices the difference! This is a really lame excuse
(us) wrote: What a horrible movie
(ru) wrote: Jean Hagan is so hilarious in this movie, and the whole thing manages to be insanely cheerful without being sappy. It's delightful.