Nerukku Ner

Nerukku Ner


Nerruku Ner is a 1997 Tamil film starring Vijay, Surya, Simran, Kausalya. The story starts off with Raghuvaran, a passport issuing officer and his wife Shanthi Krishna. Raghu tells Shanthi Krishna that he cheated on her with a co-worker when he was in Goa. She immediately leaves for her mother's house. Raghu tries to stop her by apologizing, but in vain. Raghu's brother Vijay and Shanthi's brother Surya meet in a cinema theatre. Vijay blames Shanthi to be the cause of the problem and Surya blames Raghu for the same. They keep on fighting throughout the movie. Meanwhile both the heroes Vijay and Surya find their own girlfriends and fall in love. Vijay is paired with Kausalya while Surya is paired with Simran. One day Raghu finds a bundle of cash on his table and meets the person (Karan) who kept the money there. Raghu finds out that Karan is an MLA, wanted by the police. Karan wants to leave the country to escape from the police and he needs a fake. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Luciano G (es) wrote: Only somewhat watchable and enjoyable if you like cheesy bad movies.......everybody else will only be annoyed and amazed at how bad this movie in fact is.....

William M (ru) wrote: A teenage boy is gunned down outside a nightclub and a young girl dies in a hit and run in two seemingly unrelated deaths. Deeva Jani, returns home to clear her brother Vipon of the shooting and soon discovers a much deeper conspiracy.

Geovany P (es) wrote: Good film for a night in.

Mike M (es) wrote: The froth's a little deeper than usual, touching on issues of female insecurity... there's some tension as to whether [Jean] will end up with mother or daughter, and - more significantly, if somewhat less than intentional - how the losing party will take it; otherwise, it quickly devolves into another fluff-fest full of behaviour that would be considered implausible, if not prosecutable, in the real world - Jean is fired and rehired with bewildering regularity, as and when the plot needs him around - and making a conspicuous effort to look good so that we don't need to think about it with any degree of rigour.

Tom D (br) wrote: Interesting documentary on the Brazilian tropicalia movement in music (and other arts) a combination of folk art and psychedelia that arose in the 60s.

jay n (de) wrote: Plodding and even at 93 mins. far too long.

Jon C (de) wrote: This is a fun and sexy film noir with great fight sequences. The young stars are beautiful.

Tim M (fr) wrote: A toaster gets shot at and explodes, that alone warrants a 3 star rating. Add on top of that Lorenzo's horrible Russian accent, and you get the funniest movie this side of Double Team.

Eric G (nl) wrote: One of the worst films I have ever suffered through. Literally ever actor and actress must have been reading cue cards held up by some schmuck off stage. The only saving grace was Bradley Cooper's mere shadow of his normal performance. Save your dollar for Limitless, which comes out next month.

Dan B (us) wrote: This idea has been used to many times before. It's pretty funny but just gets dull and boring after awhile. The cast is a pretty good fit but they could've brought a little more humor into this. Danny Devito is pretty good as a director but this just needed a better script and more jokes.

Jeff W (de) wrote: Overall a good film. Agree with some others without these actors it would not be a good movie at all. Also, agree the ending could have been better.

Ville P (mx) wrote: Excellent movie with full of suspense. Cliched idea about a survivor of a plane crash, who starts to see dead people. But the director Thom Eberhardt found some nice twists for the movie. The climax and the finale was quite surprising. Anita Skinner plays the woman who survives the crash and Kurt Johnson plays the doctor friend. Caren L. Larkey gave an interesting performance as the actress who has visions. Young Brinke Stevens has suitable role in the movie also.

Timothy P (us) wrote: Different than most samurai movies of the era. While a good story, there seems a disconnect between the two halves of the movie

ANDERSON G (fr) wrote: "American Hystory X" has a message to us through, and for me, this message is passed by the best possible manner, the shock, seen here redemption of Derek, a neo-Nazi who has his ideology put to the test when it is forced to live with the differences, but do not expect here a cute little redemption movie with flowers and fragrant, to where one side is wrong and the other is good, no, here they all are at the mercy of anger at the opposite, not even understand why, Tony Kayne, director of very few movies, tries to show the danger of an ideology, a thought, is white Latinos and blacks hating without any justification or blacks who always have to behave like bandits, is a basquetes game or reckoning, the film criticizes, criticizes and beat up, he is extremely violent, but hardly has blood in it, because its violence is far beyond just the physical. In terms of technical aspects Kayne's great to show the Flashbacks of our protagonist in black and white, and highlight the timeline, he wants to make us remember World War II, meaning that all such discrimination is a thing of the past, and narrative off of Danny and the family unit is great, because if we saw the film without these two aspects we do not apegaramos Derek, on the contrary, we'd hate, and hate is the opposite of what the film wants to preach, we we can not agree with Derek, but if we hate, we are not very different, the soundtrack is accurate, the picture is beautiful, especially in black and white times, the script is extremely intelligent, but leave some loose ends, and the performances are all great, especially Edward Norton, who is a great actor, but unlike the majority of his other films where he has a submissive and apathetic performance, not here, he is threatening, you really afraid, and yet he can pass the dramatic side, this is certainly one of the greatest performances of his career. Finally, the film is much more than a story of racism, the film deals with the human being, but outside the film's message, its technical aspects are amazing, it is a film that everyone should see.

Jared B (ag) wrote: Very good acting wasted. It's a Cinemax skin flick minus the massive nudity.

Doctor S (ca) wrote: Satisfactory romance between tennis players gets a big lift from superior cast, including stars Bettany & Dunst, and distinctly Jon Favreau as his opportunistic agent. There is one substantial surprise along the way, and is more creatively cinematic than I'd expected during some impressive tennis scenes. Disappointing though not unexpected is the rote reliance on "the big game" as a climax, spending an imprudently excessive 20 minutes, forgetting what the movie is really about. When the focus is on the people, then Wimbledon scores a point; strangely I most liked observing the amiably adversarial friendship between Bettany and training partner Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. And anytime you get a cheery Dunst in a skirt or shorts, that's a definite serving advantage.