Rojavanam Cast is Karthik muthuraman and Laila. Muthu(Karthik) is the favorite employee at Rojaavanam, a home for the aged owned jointly by two friends(Ravikumar and 'Nizhalgal' Ravi). Sindhu(Malavika) is a psychology student staying at the home. Muthu falls in love with Roja(Laila), the daughter of his boss but learns that the boss and his friend, had decided long ago that their children would be married and this has resulted in the friend's son growing up enamoured of Roja. Roja's father accepts Muthu as his son-in-law but his friend, angered at this, decides to bulldoze Rojavanam to the...
- Stars:Jai Akash, Jai Ganesh, Karthik, Ramesh Khanna, Laila, Malavikka, Manorama, M.N. Nambiar, Kaka Radhakrishnan, Nizhalgal Ravi, M.S. Viswanathan,
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(br) wrote: It's the gay German 'Mighty Ducks!' Okay, no, but it's an absolutely stereotypical sports movie with absolutely stereotypical gay men, and it's absolutely stereotypically...charming and adorable. Yeah, I know I'm biased, but it was damn cute, and the adversity was, for once, real and not imagined. Our hero, Ecki, is facing real judgment from everyone he cares about, especially his asshole father, and proving himself through sport becomes about more than just beating the baddies, it's about proving himself as a man. Most of the characters are one-dimensional, although there's a leather daddy threesome that is the cutest threesome I've ever seen on screen with a nice subplot, and Ecki's love interest is gorgeous. It's well-done, if not overly original, and you'll probably be cheering at the end like we were. Sentimental suckers, the lot of us.
(ca) wrote: awesome. All absorbing even though the acting was amateur, but that is what made it believable.
(kr) wrote: A small budget movie that I really liked, it's not that much of a simple movie and you need to give it some time and thought
(es) wrote: I saw the DVD in Japan. a little bit slow but it kept my attention.
(us) wrote: The best that Peter Jackson has ever done. Romantic adventure with absolute cinema magic that fantasy of Tolkien has and without battles dictating the pace.
(au) wrote: Jackie Chan had planned on making Shaghai Noon for years before he eventually did with Owen Wilson. Of those numerous times he attempted it, 1997 was an especially interesting year. While going into production, Sammo Hung and Tsui Hark made Once Upon a Time in China and America, and took the story Chan was originally going to use and applied it to the Wong Fei Hung character. Jackie had to change certain things about his movie-i.e: the old west setting, which became Africa-, and his production eventually became 1997's Who am I? Shanghai Noon followed in the new millenium. This, though, is quite decent. It was filmed in Texas, btw.
(kr) wrote: Based on Minette Walters' novel, The Sculptress is a no-frills PBS/BBC-ish production with good casting and great scripting. Pauline Quirke (who had to wear an enormous 'fat-suit' to play the role of Olive Martin) is exquisite as the incarcerated murderess.
(it) wrote: A charming British Colour Film that was based on Noel Coward's hit play on West End called Blithe Spirit.The story is a clever premise a country side British couple invite a physic for dinner & she accidentally summons the ghost of the husbands ex wife. The couple spend most of their time trying to remove the ghost & in the process his current wife dies & he is stuck with 2 ghosts. A charming comedy filmed in beautiful technicolor.