Majaajan

Majaajan

Majaa in this movie Govindan (Manivannan) is a thief who has two children. Aadhi (Pasupathy) and Mathi (Vikram). Years go by and the two, Aadhi and Madhi, decide to stop stealing and mend their ways and lead a hardworking life along with their father. They migrate to neighboring village and meet a retired agricultural officer, Chidambaram (Vijayakumar) who is in deep debts and is under pressure from the village's landlord, Kalingarayar (Murali) to clear his debts.

Majaa in this movie Govindan (Manivannan) is a thief who has two children. Aadhi (Pasupathy) and Mathi (Vikram). Years go by and the two, Aadhi and Madhi, decide to stop stealing and mend their ways and lead a hardworking life along with their father. They migrate to neighboring village and meet a retired agricultural officer, Chidambaram (Vijayakumar) who is in deep debts and is under pressure from the village's landlord, Kalingarayar (Murali) to clear his debts. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Anh H (gb) wrote: Every frame's an art piece.

Karl G (ru) wrote: Not even sure what this was meant to be about, just boring, boring, boring!

Chris H (de) wrote: Total bullshit. I want my $1 back.

Zenab F (gb) wrote: Moral degeneration well-exemplified

Laura J (nl) wrote: It's an interesting look at something that you already knew was happening. I wasn't really shocked by the information, but I was surprised that so many people have the information on how elections are rigged and nothing changes...

Shawn R (br) wrote: Another run of the mill Christmas movie that is kind of watchable as long as you do not expect that much.

Jordan T (kr) wrote: I remember seeing this for my 18th birthday (a 2 year trend of bad movies)...yay. A combination of mediocre actors is guaranteed to result in a less than mediocre movie.

Ashley S (kr) wrote: Very nice. Believable and a bit corny with a storyline you can see most of, but it's a really nice movie.

Jairo A (fr) wrote: Sleepaway Camp II is an OK movie overall. The actor that plays Angela in part one was perfect for the role & she is definitely missed in this one. This movie was also shot slightly different than the first film. In part one the camera angles made you feel uneasy and you had a sense that something bad was going to happen but in Sleepaway Camp II, that was gone. It's not a bad movie but it's not a good movie either. 5/10 or 2.5/5

Ragini P (de) wrote: Aye Zindagi Gale laga le...humne bhi tere har ik gham ko gale se lagaya hai...hai na... One heart wrenching movie...

Carlos M (gb) wrote: With a black-and-white cinematography that emulates the visual style of movies from the 1950s, this bleak story - the second of Fassbinder's BRD Trilogy - invests in a downbeat approach, icier than the other two, with an end that curiously parallels the director's own demise.

Tony (mx) wrote: A little inconsistent but overall pretty funny. For the record I personally found the random and abrupt ending hilarious.

Lee Anne W (gb) wrote: Another sixties downer "free love" picture, a la "Alfie." What a great cast, and Alan Bates is so sexy! Now if only I could get the song out of my head.

Bill T (it) wrote: A remarkably slow build up (the first half doesn't move much at all) into much of nothing, really. Just boredom.

Darren W (br) wrote: 3 trained female assassins, kidnapped at 13 by a social path, Madame M. If that does not have Hong Kong action film written all over it, nothing does.

Priestess H (fr) wrote: There were a slew of plot holes and the child actor made me want to beat children mercilessly. I have lost people in my life and I can relate to a monster inside of us all for that, but having it appear from a children's book and relating to the child is hard to do in general. Maybe the remake of this will be better, because we know Hollywood will do that.