Nasrani takes us to the Kottayam belt, where rich rubber planters and estate owners live. One such rich planter is David John Kottarathil, popularly known as DK. DK spends most of his time at the Cosmo Club, where he is the secretary too. He has his say over all spheres of human activity. He is respected and feared too.

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MARIJA D (kr) wrote: Unfulfilled promise of a good thriller

Ross C (ca) wrote: The problem I have with these environmentalists is that they are hawking so much doom and gloom with all of their "the end is neigh" squawks that you end up thinking the only solution is to go back to the stone age. Yes, give us the science, give us the facts, but then focus on just a tiny couple of changes that will make the biggest difference in the next few important years - don't attack every aspect of our consumerist lifestyle even though we know it's wrong! I also thought pin-pointing the low-cost Indian airline as the root of evil was wrong as the same documentary talked about how developing countries actually need to increase their energy usage whilst developed countries cut back.

Jacob P (fr) wrote: did copy Saw. But I found it very entertaining to watch. I thought the traps in this movie were pretty clever and neat...and I also liked the story. The acting and setting weren't that bad either. I thought this was a great movie.

Heather M (us) wrote: I just couldn't bring myself to watch this one. I was really only in it for James McAvoy and there are better movies to appease that addiction.

Jane G (gb) wrote: Should have been called "Boobies of Beverly Hills" -- there were breasts everywhere you look. And while the rather earthy depiction of a young girl coming to terms with her body was interesting, it never really resolved in any way. Not that I expected a "very special episode" but still it would have been nice to have had some kind of story arc.

Miguel M (ru) wrote: Buuuf que recuerdos. La primera peli de animacin japonesa que tuve. Si quieres conocer mi pasado, tienes que verla!!

Jose M (us) wrote: Thanks to ODB, I found a great movie to watch. I cannot wait to see this!

Aimee C (br) wrote: This is another of Bresson's great achievements (although I wouldn't put it quite on par with Diary of a Country Priest, A Man Escaped, Pickpocket, or L'Argent). In fact, I don't think he ever made a bad film.Just a warning - Bresson used film to evoke the transcendent; if you're looking for a swashbuckling Arthurian epic, Lancelot du Lac probably isn't for you. (Hey, I like swashbuckling Arthurian epics as much as the next person, but let's face it, Knights of the Round Table this is not).

Charlie J (ag) wrote: The script is so good that Chaplin's superb acting chops almost go unnoticed because of the great speeches he gives. It's becomes a bit preachy towards the end, perhaps the social commentary is a tad too blatant, but it does not overshadow the great screenplay and absolute enjoyment of this film.

Kevin M (ag) wrote: it is a wonderful movie pixar is great