Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana is a Family and Love story Movie,which is Directed BY Prabhu Deva.Santosh (Siddarth Narayan) is a playful young NRI (non-resident Indian) from London, who returns to India to attend his cousin Lalita's wedding. There, he meets one of Lalita's friends, Siri (Trisha Krishnan) who came from the country side to attend the marriage. Though they initially clash, after a series of misadventures, they fall in love. Santosh, however, is supposed to marry the spoiled daughter of his uncle's friend. When Siri goes back home, Santosh follows her to win her over - however,...
David S (br) wrote: Why do they keep making terrible movies? I would rather see Lore from star trek running around causing havock. Automata. blah...
Irene S (gb) wrote: If u love dogs this movie will melt ur heart. Its the movie of a doctor wife who finds a dog on the side of the freeway in the dead of winter and calls him freeway. It is how a dog reunited a family with all its crocty ways and crazy gypsy ways. Ita makes u laugh, cry and mwlts ur heart. The rocky mountain sceneries are gorgeous. Good actors, good characters. Good movie for the whole family.
Johny W (br) wrote: why do i even bother...
THOMAS S (de) wrote: This movie was a cute romantic comedy. It's nice to see a movie couple struggle through some ordinary stuff and still make it interesting.
Private U (ag) wrote: Bad but strangely watchable. Does what it says on the tin.... monster, in a closet.
steve o (ca) wrote: GARY MARSHALL MUST DIE
George L (ru) wrote: The sequel to Frozen, Thirst was entertaining and knowledgable if you enjoy watching what not to do movies. This is not a film. Enjoy! Maybe.
Vincent O (it) wrote: Nothing as good as the previous 'Get carter' but funny in parts and set on the Island of Malta; although this is never mentioned in the movie. Also ends in a very strange way with the characters in mid conversation but one really for Michael Cain fans only; although 'Pulp' does appear to be ahead of its time and does contain some witty dialogue.
ANDERSON G (ag) wrote: "Repulsion" is an invite Roman Polanski madness, invitation that which is undeniable, with a psychological horror as few, the film bothers, we follow here the story of Carol Ledoux (Catherine Deneuve), a young woman who feels an aversion to sex male, aversion that which makes you have forced sexual fantasies, total disregard and indifference to everything around him, and an apparent psychopathy to be alone at home, madness takes force, the course of the film it gets worse, it's amazing how Polanski builds the apartment of Ledoux sisters in an insane asylum with small details, test the phone, the refrigerator, the drops of tap water in the sink, all the sound mixing is perfect, and leaves a terrifying aspect with simple things, the work of Deneuve is also very good, and beautiful, you feel your indifference to all this in his eyes his voice, with a black and white photograph, already very outdated for the time, was probably the choice of director for budgeting purposes, it does not comes to harm, the script contains holes, but nothing to spoil the film, the soundtrack is excellent, with simple arrangements, which demonstrate the loss of sense of our protagonist, "Repulsion" is a film for lovers of psychological terror, and even not to short the genre, it gives conferred on film.
Robert E (ag) wrote: Upsetting and awesome.
Brett H (nl) wrote: Had to make a rotten tomatoes account just to help out this movie's 49%, it's so much better than that.