Yavarum Nalam is a 2009 Indian horror film directed by Vikram Kumar, starring R. Madhavan and Neetu Chandra in the lead roles. Produced by Suresh Balaje and George Pius, the film was simultaneously filmed and released in Tamil and also Hindi as 13B with a slightly different cast. The film's soundtrack was composed by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy and background score by Tubby Parik. The film was released on 6 March 2009. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A story of a family which has a demon possessed TV, which shows the future happenings of the family through a serial named 'Yaavarum Nalam'
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Ccile P (au) wrote: Bien pens (C) et bien interpr (C)t (C), "Case d (C)part" (C)gratigne avec succs les noirs, les blancs, le racisme, le politiquement correct, l'histoire coloniale... Mais Ebou (C) et ses potes, sc (C)naristes et r (C)alisateurs tirent trop longtemps sur la corde.
Marco G (nl) wrote: Pelciula palomera que se me hizo bastante divertida para aquellos que aun conservamos amistades de a niez entendemos lo pesado que podemos llegar a ser y convertirnos como nios cuando nos volvemos a ver ahora 30 aos despues.This is a good movie to pass the time but if you keep your childhood friends you can compehend this kind of movie. it's very funny.
Hyemin H (au) wrote: deep impression itself.
Nancy The Shieldmaiden (fr) wrote: I've seen this. It's strange and entertaining.
Andy F (nl) wrote: A charming late film in the style of Disney's classic animation. Heartwarming, funny and beautiful to look at.
Heather M (jp) wrote: Annoying now, but enjoyable when I was younger.
Tayne E (ca) wrote: An Aussie cult classic to be sure. Noah Taylor is awesome as Danny. But I still think the book is better.
Nate T (es) wrote: Interesting but slow moving version of the Cinderella story. Worth a look given the cast and the script.
Traci P (es) wrote: Not as good as other Molly Ringwald movies.
Ashley H (ca) wrote: My Favorite Year is an excellent film. It is about a dissolute matinee idol is slated to appear on a live TV variety show. Peter O'Toole and Mark Linn-Baker give fantastic performances. The screenplay is well written. Richard Benjamin did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the humor. My Favorite Year is a must see.
Edward K (nl) wrote: Jaromil Jires' film Valerie and Her Week of Wonders is based upon Vtezslav Nezval's surrealist novel of the same name. The film seems to closely follow the novel based on readers' reviews of the novel and from those reviews it appears that the film better captures the essence of the imagery than does the novel which most readers felt lacked any prosaic quality. The film is a semi-erotic romp through a fairytale nightmare mixed with not very subtle Christian symbolism. It is a unique portrayal of the beauty and wonder inherent in mystery and its conflict with the perversion of mystery. Unfortunately there is too much of the visual without the support of convincing narrative from the characters to hold the viewer's interest for very long. Surrealism attempts to startle the viewer into seeing reality from a different perspective and by doing so recognize hidden truths but it seems to have lost its power or at least lost its power on film. The deadening of our sensitivities by brutal shock technique inherent in many of today's films may simply overwhelm any attempt to touch the intellect and soul using surrealism's gentler approach.
Christi D (jp) wrote: Really great slice of life kind of movie.
David P (mx) wrote: Great pacing, the mystery unfolded slowly but steadily
Farah R (br) wrote: A witty way of telling a crime story but the acting was terrible.
Mike S (br) wrote: If there's two things that James Cameron can't get enough of, it's aliens and the sea. In this documentary, he combines both of his passions and turns it into a fascinating exploration of the strange creatures that inhabit the deep depths of the world's oceans. Not only that, but like the great visionary that he is, he alsogoes beyond those found on Earth and looks at how the ocean life might look like on one of Jupiter's many moons, namely Europa. It'd be cool to say the least if they went there for real someday, because after seeing this production, it seems the prospect of finding alien life there, is far from mere science fiction.