Kanden Kadhalai

Kanden Kadhalai

Kanden Kadhalai story is about how two strangers meet each other on a train journey and later how their lives are changed. The two strangers are played by Bharath and Tamannah.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:Tamil
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:hotel,   elopement,   remake,  

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Steve B (gb) wrote: Je veux aller vivre en Thalande au milieu d'une tribu de sauvages! :-)

Erwin S (es) wrote: Remind me of high school

Clarissa C (us) wrote: I loved the books and original videos as a kid! this one was pretty cute!

Mimi S (au) wrote: Despite it's negative reviews; Uptown Girls is an enjoyable and warm hearted film about a relationship between a nanny and a precocious Upper East Side child. The film is about 22 year old Molly Gunn (the late Brittany Murphy), the daughter of a deceased rock star who lives off her dead parent's inheritance money. She spends her days partying and living a carefree life, never having worked a day in her life. Shortly after her 22nd birthday, Molly's money is embezzled by her accountant and she is left penniless and homeless. Her only option is to find a job. One of her friends gets her a job as a nanny to a spoilt and obnoxious 8 year old girl, Ray (Dakota Fanning). Whilst Molly is carefree and immature, Ray is practically an adult inside a child's body, she's more of an unlikeable version of Matilda. Whilst Molly and Ray struggle to bond, little do they know that they share more in common than they both think. Whilst the storyline is a bit predictable, the story is sweet, moving and charming with good performances from Murphy and Fanning. Dakota Fanning is a star in the making; her performance was really outstanding, especially for a 10 year old girl. I was really impressed with Dakota Fanning in this, what a terrific young actress! Brittany Murphy was likeable and strong as ditzy but fun and kind Molly. However I did find Molly a bit annoying, superficial and dumb at times, but on the whole she's got her heart in the right place. This film isn't as dumb as the RT critics make it out to be; it has a lot of depth and is deeply poignant and deals with sad but real issues such as death and loneliness. Deep down Ray is a sad little girl whose father is dying and whose selfish mother pays little attention to her. Molly has the similar experience as she lost her parents at a young age and is lonely inside. I liked that there was a lot of character development and that both Molly and Ray are redeemable characters who both suffer from a lot of mental pain. This is one of my guilty pleasures. However I find it very typical how there's always romance thrown into these kind of films, there's always got to be a hot guy. In the film Molly's love interest is aloof and unpleasant Aussie musician, pretty boy Neal Fox (Jesse Spencer). Neal is probably the most unlikeable love interest ever; Molly hopelessly chases after him but he constantly undermines her and treats her like a child. Apart from Ray and Molly, the rest of the characters in this film are pretty unlikeable such as Neal, Ray's mother Roma (Heather Locklear) and Molly's so-called best friend Ingrid (Marley Shelton). So my verdict is that this is a pleasant film with a touching and strong storyline with good rapport between it's leads. The film is at times funny and Ray especially is hilarious. You've also got to love Molly's adorable pet pig Moo! Apart from some unlikeable characters and a bad attempt at romance, this is a loveable film which is one of my favourites. I don't know why this film has gotten such harsh reviews. I really recommend this film. It might be more of a girl's film and it may not be for everyone, but don't be put off by the low rating. Grade: B+

Harry W (us) wrote: Although more silly and spoof-based than some of the original Mel Brooks films, and inconsistent in the timing where it places jokes and where it doesn't, High Anxiety is successful comedically and as a homage to Alfred Hitchcock without ever stealing from him.High Anxiety succeeds largely due to a great, sophisticated comedic lead from Mel Brooks which also works as a Hitchcock style developed character very well, as well as his excellent directional work.There's also an intense musical score and some good cinematography, as well as comedically well-placed symbolism and clever thrilling twists and turns. If Alfred Hitchcock approves, thats a good enough reason to see High Anxiety, and if you're a fan of his or Mel Brooks then it's hard not to smile.

Ken D (fr) wrote: Kept waiting for something to happen. Was pretty boring even though at the beginning the tension was there, but the longer the movie went, the more the tension that was created slipped away and made me lose interest in the movie. Kind of hard to get into, and the killer children genre is usually pretty spot on with the movies that are made of that. Always been a fan of stacy Keach's though.

monsieur r (ca) wrote: Slow paced Western looks more like television than a cinema release. Wells Fargo undercover special agent in the West comes to town to reveal unsuspected criminal gang leader. The town slowly comes round to ridding themselves of outlaws. Stars mild mannered Joel McCrea, veteran screen actor in several dozen lesser known films to me. Actually, the entire cast is unknown to me (but that may not be saying much). Black and white. Fairly routine Western, people may recognize the saloon owner who went on to play a farmer neighbor in tv's Green Acres of sixties sitcom fame. The unusual use of a company special agent by a community to assist the sheriff may have forshadowed the popular TV western The Wild, Wild West with Treasury Agent Jim West. Not sure of that however. The title: Gunsight Ridge, comes from the chase scene at the end where some difficult terrain called Gunsight Ridge is supposed to slow a rider down. A curious reference. The showdown between agent McCrea and Mark Steven (gambler) evolves. For Western fans and maybe no one else. Cast Joel McCrea Mark Steven Joan Weldon Slim Pickens (veteran supporting cast actor in Wayne westerns) Crew Cinematographer: Ernest Laszlo Composer: David Raksin Director: Francis Lyon Producer: Robert Bassler Screenplay: Elizabeth Jennings Screenplay: Talbot Jennings Songs by: David Raksin

Nate W (nl) wrote: It was with her terrific turn as a spicy seductress in "Carmen Jones" that Dorothy Dandridge went from screen star to screen legend. Oscar Hammerstein's clever rewording of the opera "Carmen" makes for one of the most unique non-original musical scores ever. Director Otto Preminger could have used quicker editing and shorter takes to heighten the energy, but one gets a great feel for the power of the performances.

Andy M (nl) wrote: no stars...DOGSHIT! the worst film evermade.

Simon W (de) wrote: Childhood favourite while i was going through my skateboarding phase. Pretty sure it'll be shit if i watch it again - still for now it remains a masterpiece