Thursday, December 20, 2007 at 11:05 PM | 0 comments  

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I saw "license to wed" movie yesterday. The movie starring Robin Williams ,John Krasinski and Mandy Moore . The movie runs around the marriage of the two persons John and Mandy. The Frank(Robin williams) was a fredrend in a church and the lovers planned to marry in that church. But ,as per the church rules ,they have to undergo a course on marriage before the marriage. During the course ,both of them find it difficult to be with and decided to depart . But Robin williams make them to understand each other and ended the story with a cool marriage of the teens. The movie came as a well -looking entertainer and you should watch this movie at least once if you are in love with an girl.
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Monday, December 17, 2007 at 9:02 PM | 0 comments  

BILLA 2007 - the remake of BILLA , is declared a super hit after showing housefull five days all around the state. The movie starring ultimate star Ajith Kumar ,Nayan thara, Namitha and Prabhu is come well with a strong story(same as the old billa starring Superstar RAjini kanth) and the director Vishnu Vardhan provided a cool screenplay with more technical efforts. It is declared as the best movie with technical efforts so far.
After giving some flops ,Ajith is back into the track with this movie as he had worked hard in a dual role and make it to be a hit. The openings of the movie make the movie to make some good business all over the state and i am sure that it will run for at least 75 days in all theatres . The movie is a cool entertainer with fully loaded stuff excepting the songs. However the "My name is Billa" song creates some applaudes among the audience . Watch the movie in theaters and enjoy
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Sunday, December 16, 2007 at 8:39 AM | 2 comments  

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Robert Neville is a brilliant scientist, but even he could not contain the
terrible virus that was unstoppable, incurable, and man-made. Somehow immune,
Neville is now the last human survivor in what is left of New York City and
maybe the world. For three years, Neville has faithfully sent out daily radio
messages, desperate to find any other survivors who might be out there. But he
is not alone. Mutant victims of the plague -- The Infected -- lurk in the
shadows... watching Neville's every move... waiting for him to make a fatal
mistake. Perhaps mankind's last, best hope, Neville is driven by only one
remaining mission: to find a way to reverse the effects of the virus using his
own immune blood. But he knows he is outnumbered... and quickly running out of

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Friday, December 14, 2007 at 7:04 PM | 0 comments  

Hi everyone , This is a real interesting one .The much awaited movie Billa 2007 rocked the theatres on dec 14th with a grand opening with a houseful 226 shows .As usual Chennai witnessed a carnival on the eve of Thalai’s new movie release. 'Billa 2007', one of the mega films of the year, is released (December 14) with a grand opening.

Thala Ajith fan’s virtually made it to be a colourful carnival. Huge crowds were seen in front of the cine halls that screen the movie. Cut outs, banners, movie posters, and flags filled the surrounding areas. The celebrations of Billa 2007 remind one of the celebrations of Super star Rajinikanth’s release. It is important to note that Billa 2007 was a remake of Rajinikanth starrer block buster Billa (released in 1980)

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Johnny Depp is back with his new movie "The sweeney todd". He and Tim Burton join forces again in a big screen adaptation of Stephen Sondheim’s Tony award-winning musical thriller “Sweeney Todd.” Depp stars in the title role as a angry man un justly sent to prison who vows revenge, not only for that cruel punishment, but also for the devastating consequences of what happened to his wife and his daughter. When he returns to re-open his barber shop, Sweeney Todd becomes the Demon Barber of Fleet Street who has“shaved the heads of gentlemen who never there after were heard from it again.” Joining Depp is Helena Bonham Carter as the Mrs. Lovett, Sweeney’s amorous accomplice, who creates diabolical meat pies. The cast also includes Alan Rickman, who portrays the evilJudge Turpin, who sends Sweeney(Depp) to prison and Timothy Spall as the Judge’s wicked associate Beadle Bamford and Sacha Baron Cohen as a rival barber, the flamboyant Signor by Adolfo Pirelli.Waiting for the movie to watch
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Here is a cyclone brewing in India’s animation film industry, after the ‘Hanuman’ took the Indian film industry by the storm. Many animation films are taking shape in the studios, with big budgets riding on them and industry insiders claim always that close to 10 such films will be ready for release in India soon in 2008.

Yash raj Films Ltd in alliance with The WaltDisney Studios has finished 60% work on its first animation film ‘Road side Romeo’, slated for release in later June 2008. Shemaroo has also finished work on ‘Ghatothkach’, its second animation film after the movie‘Bal Ganesh’. Govind Nihalani is working on ‘Kamlu’, his first animation film, and has lined up three other animation projects after that.

Apart from the big banners, a hand ful of other studios are also busy designing characters on their story boards for an animated movie.
Yashraj Films chairman Yash Chopra said animation has a huge business potential and India needs some good products.
“We have seen the success of animations films. We have just stepped into this field and hope to give a good product,” he said.

Yashraj’s film will be a full fledged 3D animated feature film, with all the elements of a Bollywood flick. The lead character is a dog and it will have the usual masala expected from that banner. So, Mr Chopra explained: “We will have everything like songs, romance, fights etc like a Bollywood film. Jugal Hansraj is directing the film.”

While he declined to give investment details, he admitted the amount involved is ‘huge’. The likes of Kareena Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan, and Javed Jafri will give their voices to these animated characters. Though Mr Chopra was cautious, saying Yashraj’s future animation projects will be decided after the release of ‘Roadside Romeo’, it is learnt that the tie-up between Yashraj and Walt Disney extends to more films in the series.

Govind , Nihalani-the director known for critically acclaimed films like ‘Dev’ and `Thakshak’, has also turned to animation and is currently concentrating on his forthcoming 3-D animation film ‘Kamlu’. This is the first of four animation films he has lined up. Mr Nihalani said he is investing close to $3 million (about Rs 12 crore) in his maiden animation film, ‘Kamlu’, with a promise of making it something big and giving something for everyone.

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After acting in a JAMES BOND movie that peaks the box office last year .Daniel Craig is back to the action with another action packed entertainer -THE GOLDEN COMPASS. The story goes around the mysteries that can be solved with a help of the Alethiometer i.e the golden compass. Daniel craig and Nicole kidman did their part well and hats off th their acting . This movie also features Ben walker and Dakota and they did well with their part .The movie shows some cool experience ,but the way of telling the story was poor and it ruined all the efforts taken by all the artists. Other than this ,Golden Compass is a nice movie to watch with out looking around any logic beyond the story line .Hope you all will enjoy this movie a lot .See the movie in theaters .Will see you again with another movie's review .Bye
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Wednesday, December 5, 2007 at 6:10 PM | 0 comments  

The annual Santosham Film Awards of Tolly wood were this time held in the city of Dubai. The event was held in grand way on November 30th, 2007 and Mahesh Babu had won the Best Actor Award for his superb performance as an under cop in the movie Pokiri. Telugus in Gulf area thronged to the Sharjah Cricket Stadium to get the glimpse of the Tollywood stars in person. Especially they all loved to see actor Mahesh Babu who came with his wife Namrata. Also Hero Jagapathi Babu handed over the award to actor Mahesh Babu and Jagapathi Babu praised Mahesh.
Mahesh Babu expressed his joy after receiving award for the Pokiri. "It is an unique experience receiving an award in Dubai among all the Telugu people here. My grandmother Dur gamma always felt exhilaration when I took the award. Even though she no more here on this earth, I get her blessings any time. It is very nice to receive this award and I appreciate and congratulates Suresh Kondeti for hosting the awards on foreign land."

Here is the list of award winners

1. Best - Film Bommarillu
2. Best - actor Mahesh Babu (Pokiri)
3. Best - Actress Genelia (Bommarillu)
4. Best - Director Puri Jagannadh (Pokiri)
5. Best - Producer KL Narayana (Rakhi)
6. Best- Villain Sai Kumar (Samanyudu)
7. Best- Dial gouges Paruchuri Brothers (Stalin)
8. Best - COMEDY Geetu Singh (Kithakithalu)
9. Best - Choreographer Amma Rajasekhar (Yogi)
10. Best - dance Mumaith Khan (Yogi)
11. Best - Supporting Actor Akash (Andala Ramudu)
12. Best - Supporting Actress Jhansi (Pellaindi Kaani)
13. Best - Lyricist Bhaskarabhatla (Bommarillu, Pokiri)
14. Best - Singer (Male) SP Bala Subramanyam (Sri Ramadasu)
15. Best- Singer (Female) Mamta Mohandas (Rakhi)
16. Best- J ournalist (Photo) Madhu (Eenadu, Sitara)
17. Best - PRO Pulagam Chinnarayana

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1977 - Bryan Adams - If Wishes Were Horses...Beggars Would Ride


1980 - Bryan Adams - Bryan Adams

1983 - Bryan Adams - Cuts Like A Knife

1984 - Bryan Adams - Reckless

1985 - Bryan Adams - You Want It, You Got It

1987 - Bryan Adams - Into the Fire

1988 - Bryan Adams - Live! Live! Live!

1991 - Bryan Adams - Waking up the Neighbors

1993 - Bryan Adams - So Far So Good

1996 - Bryan Adams - 18 Til I Die

1997 - Bryan Adams - Unplugged

1997 - Bryan Adams - Unplugged 2 - Live At The Neil Fox Show

1998 - Bryan Adams - On a day like today

1999 - Bryan Adams - The Best of me

2002 - Bryan Adams - Spirit of the Cimarron

2004 - Bryan Adams - Room Service

2005 - Bryan Adams - Anthology CD 1

2005 - Bryan Adams - Anthology CD 2

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Monday, December 3, 2007 at 3:37 AM | 1 comments  

In the loopy medical thriller “Awake,” Hayden Christensen played Clayton Beresford Jr., a wealthy young man who suffers a condition called anesthesia awareness during a heart transplant. Conscious but immobile, he gives us a voice-over play-by-play of the proceedings, and if you are one of those who viewed his portrayal of Anakin Skywalker as the ne plus ultra of lifelessness, prepare to be proven wrong.........

Before this trauma, Clayton’s heart is already overburdened. Nursing an overbearing mother (Lena Olin), suppressed memories of his father’s death and a clandestine relationship with the sultry Samantha (Jessica Alba), he is relieved when a donor organ becomes available. The last-minute appearance of a substitute anesthesiologist, however, is not quite so encouraging.

Shot partly at Bellevue Hospital Center in Manhattan, “Awake” is filled with risible medical behavior (the sterility of the operating room is repeatedly compromised) and a horizontal Mr. Christensen screaming variations on “Oh no, I can feel that!” Made bearable solely by the impeccable Terrence Howard as Clay’s troubled surgeon, the movie is ultimately likely to alarm only those responsible for paying medical malpractice premiums.

The writer and director, Joby Harold, claims to have been inspired to write the film while suffering from a particularly painful kidney stone. Watching it may be for some a comparable experience.

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Sunday, December 2, 2007 at 9:16 PM | 0 comments  

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The movies like to promise girls and women a happily ever after, but it’s unusual that one delivers an ending that makes you feel unsullied and un compromised. “Enchanted,” an unexpectedly delightful revisionist fairy tale of all places, Walt Disney Pictures, doesn’t radically rewrite every bummer story about girls of all ages and their dreams. But for a satisfying stretch, this film works its magic largely by sending up, at times with a wink, at times with a hard nudge, some of the very stereotypes that have long been this company’s profitable stock in trade.

It’s a gently concept, characterized by a script that falters only in the clinch, some agile if overly timid direction and a strong cast led by a superb Amy Adams. As Giselle, an otherworldly princess who falls to Earth (worse yet, Times Square), Ms. Adams proves to be an irresistibly watchable screen presence and a felicitous physical comedian, with a gestural performance and an emotional register that alternately bring to mind the madcap genius of Carole Lombard and Lucille Ball. Ms. Adams doesn’t just bring her cartoon-ish character to life: she fills Giselle’s pale cheeks with blood and feeling, turning a hazardously cute gimmick into a recognizable, very appealing human confusion of emotion and crinoline.

The once upon a time begins with the animated Giselle, a pastel creation with a pointy chin and trilling voice, merrily chattering with her furry and feathered woodland friends. Although she isn’t scrubbing down the front steps in rags and clogs, Giselle has clearly been conceived, more thematically than visually, along the same lines as classic Disney heroines like Snow White and Cinderella. She’s pretty, she’s perky, she’s flat (well, not entirely), and when she sings about her one true love, it isn’t long before he emerges on horseback, answering her call with a Stephen Schwartz and Alan Menken refrain of his own. Hi ho, hi ho, it’s off to the chapel they would go if not for his wicked, witchy stepmother.

One thing quickly leads to another until Giselle tumbles down a well and lands in New York, her drawn figure suddenly made flesh. There, amid the bustling and hustling, she finds shelter with a guarded single father, Robert (Patrick Dempsey), and his motherless daughter, Morgan (Rachel Covey). Melodrama looms, mostly and somewhat unfairly because of another woman (Idina Menzel), but the director Kevin Lima keeps the tone light and playful while also scaling some charmingly dizzy heights with two musical numbers, one a rousing, complexly choreographed song and dance in Central Park with what looks like the entire Broadway dance corps, the other a brilliantly surrealistic number with Giselle and some urban critters. You may never look at a water bug the same way again.

In some ways the film never recovers from the anarchic joys of this particular musical number, which is so flat-out bizarre and grotesquely funny — and executed straight, without knowing smirks — that it threatens to send the story off the rails. Part of this number’s pleasure comes from the naughty thrill of watching a beloved, near-sacred film — in this case, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” Disney’s sublime first animated feature — gleefully turned upside down and inside out. The old Warner Brothers animators used to take rollicking aim at Disney on occasion, but it’s something else to watch Disney send up Disney, as it were, and do it with such sneaky, breezy irreverence. It’s “Snow White” as redone by John Waters.

It would be too much to expect Disney to wholly dismantle its own mythologies, thereby freeing young female hearts and minds from the curse of Prince Charming, so it’s no surprise that “Enchanted” trips up on its way to the finish. The windup disappoints, as does Susan Sarandon’s Queen Narissa, who enters in a bilious puff as if dressed for a fetish ball. The queen arrives blessedly late to a party that lasts a remarkably long time, in part because of the dunderheaded Prince Edward (an excellent James Marsden), a crafty fly in the ointment (the equally stellar Timothy Spall) and a computer-generated chipmunk called Pip (voiced by Mr. Lima and Jeff Bennett). I’d gladly tell you about Pip’s close call with crucifixion, but I don’t want to scare the children.

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Friday, November 23, 2007 at 6:32 PM | 0 comments  
When the NFL's Washington Sentinels goes on strike, the team's owner, calls former NFL coach Jimmy McGinty out of retirement to coach a rag-tag team of replacement players to finish the season's last four games. Stage left Shane Falco the team's captain for the duration of the season is forced to shape up the misfit players whom include convenience store guard, gangster rapper brothers, former sumo wrestler, a Welsh "football" player called "The Leg", a deaf player, a convict on a work-release program, and a tough SWAT leader. Meanwhile Falco strikes up a possible romance with the team's cheerleading captain Annabelle Farrell.
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Think of sports-based films made in India and visuals of lagaan and chak de india flash across your mind. Will Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal fall in the same league as these immensely popular flicks, is one vital question that crosses your mind as the reels of UTV's new sport-based film [their second this year, after HAT TRICK] Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal are about to unfold.

Goal is a simple story that packs not just the sport, but also dabbles with issues like racism and fanaticism associated with this sport. Issues that Westerners can relate to more than Indians, especially racial discrimination.
As a film, Goal has its share of highs and lows. If the first hour is strictly okay, the pendulum swings in its favour in the second hour -- in the last 20 minutes, to be precise. The sport succeeds in arousing patriotic feelings, besides involving the viewer in the fight-to-finish finale.

Conversely, there are times when you feel that the film falls back on the predictable, tried-n-tested mundane stuff. And packs in something ['Billo', the song] that's just not in sync with the mood of the film.

To sum up, Goal is a simple story, well told. Notwithstanding the hiccups, this film hits a Goal, courtesy its brilliantly executed finale.

Southall United Football Club is facing its deepest crisis ever. Bankrupt, with no stars, no coach, no sponsors, no takers, no spectators and most importantly, no owner. After the City Council sends an eviction notice, it's the last chance to save the ground, the club and their honour. Shaan [Arshad Warsi] takes up the challenge to save the club from extinction. After a disesteemed ex-player, Tony Singh [Boman Irani], joins them as the coach, Shaan and he begin work to gather the worn out team.
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Beowulf is a 2007 animated epic film directed by Robert Zemeckis, a film adaptation of the Anglo-Saxon epic poem of the same name. It was filmed using a special technique of motion capture similar to that used in Zemeckis' The Polar Express. The film stars Ray Winstone, Anthony Hopkins, Robin Wright Penn, Dominic Keating, Alison Lohman, John Malkovich, Crispin Glover, Brendan Gleeson, and Angelina Jolie. It was released in the United States on November 16, 2007.

While some of the film remains true to the poem Beowulf, certain elements were created specifically for the screenplay. Deviations from the original work include portions of the dialogue, the portrayal of Hrothgar, the perceived hedonism in Heorot, the span of time before Beowulf fights the dragon, Grendel's motive for attacking Heorot, and the relationships between Beowulf and Wealtheow, and Beowulf and Grendel's mother.[1]

This adaptation of Beowulf tells the story of a Heroic Geat who travels over seas to come to the aid of Legendary but drunk King Hrothgar to help rid the people of Heorot of the monstrosity known as Grendel. But by defeating Grendel he incurs the wrath of Grendel's evil yet seductive mother, without any scales and claws. Told to kill the mother by Hrothgar, Beowulf enters her cave and becomes the latest victim in a century old tradition of deceit and destruction that has sentenced many kings and their kingdoms to misery and death.

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After the death of his parents during World War II, young Hannibal Lecter moves in with his beautiful wife and begins plotting revenge on the barbarians responsible for his sister's death.
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Friday, November 16, 2007 at 3:36 AM | 0 comments  

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Bees rarely fly in a straight line. They hover and zigzag, with a purpose known only to the collective brain of the hive. The most genuinely apian aspect of “Bee Movie,” DreamWorks’ new animated movie about, well, bees, is that it spends a lot of its short running time buzzing happily around, sniffing out fresh jokes wherever they may bloom. There is a plot — the usual big, elaborate story with the usual important messages about saving the planet, living together in interspecies harmony and believing in yourself — but it’s a little beside the point. The real fun is the insect shtick.

The DreamWorks Animation formula, exemplified in the mighty “Shrek” franchise (and imitated by would-be rivals at Sony and Fox), is to charm the children with cute creatures and slapstick action while jabbing at the grown-ups with soft, pseudosophisticated pop- cultural satire. “Bee Movie,” directed by Simon J. Smith and Steve Hickner and animated by several hundred industrious drones, pushes this strategy almost to the point of dispensing with the kid stuff altogether.

There are a few splendid cartoon set pieces — including a funny, thrilling bee’s-eye tour of New York, from Central Park flora to the surface of a tennis ball to the inside of a speeding car — that show off the latest computer animation techniques. But most of the film’s creative energy is verbal rather than visual, and semimature rather than strictly juvenile.

Which is hardly surprising. As everyone knows by now, the leading man (and one of the screenwriters and producers) is Jerry Seinfeld, whose sitcom, almost a decade off the network air, lives on in syndication and in the endless recycling of memorable one-liners by a certain type of pathetic Gen-Xer. (Not me, though. I’m the complete opposite of every film critic you’ve ever met. I’m the master of my domain.)

Mr. Seinfeld provides the voice and attitude for Barry B. Benson, a young bee who has reached the stage in his accelerated bug lifestyle when he must choose a career. The hive where he lives is a highly regimented place, where the bees, conditioned by 27 million years of evolution, work without a break in the same job for their whole lives. Visually, this world resembles a sweet, sunny, corporate version of Fritz Lang’s “Metropolis.”

Barry’s nerdy pal, Adam (Matthew Broderick), accepts his drone future as part of the natural order of things, but Barry is a maverick, an individualist yearning to break out of the conformist world of the social insects.

He may also remind some viewers of Benjamin Braddock, the alliteratively named hero of “The Graduate,” a film that “Bee Movie” cites in a few amusing scenes. Not that Barry has an affair with a middle-aged mama bee (all bees are children of the queen, a biological fact the film notes only in passing). Instead he flies even farther from the nest, so to speak, falling in love with an actual human being, a Manhattan florist named Vanessa who speaks in the irresistibly sweet voice of RenĂ©e Zellweger.

When you stop to think about it, the prospect of romance between a bee and a person raises some potentially awkward, not to say physiologically outlandish, questions. But of course you’re not supposed to think about it. The moral of the story — one of them, anyway — is that we and the bees are interdependent and that we should respect their hard work.

This lesson is satirically driven home in a courtroom plot that erupts just as the love story starts to get sticky. When Barry discovers that honey is sold in supermarkets, and that it is harvested from captive bees held in smoky, shoddy fake hives, he sues the human race, going after some of its notorious bee abusers. These include Ray Liotta, who sells his own brand of honey, and Sting, whose name is obviously offensive to bees. (Both celebrities make cameo voice appearances, as does Larry King, playing a character called Bee Larry King. It’s funnier than it sounds. Or maybe it’s exactly as funny as it sounds.)

Even when playing an animated bee, Mr. Seinfeld does not demonstrate great emotional range. His comfort zone as a performer ranges from peeved to perplexed to moderately psyched, with occasional bursts of obvious exaggeration to indicate that he is at least aware that more intense states of feeling exist. But his detachment works in the movie’s favor by defusing its sentimental impulses.

Perhaps because of its star’s background in stand-up comedy, “Bee Movie” makes overt a conceit that is usually left implicit in animal-kingdom cartoons, namely that species is the cartoon version of ethnicity. Barry and his tribe are not just bees. They identify as “Beeish” — I’m sure “Benson” was something else back in the old country — and worry about their children dating wasps. On his travels Barry meets a mosquito who speaks in the voice of Chris Rock and who refers to his despised and misunderstood brethren as “bloods.”

These riffs on identity politics, a durable if sometimes risky source of humor in American pop culture, give “Bee Movie” an extra fillip of comic vitality — the hint of a sting, if you will, in an otherwise soft and fuzzy entertainment.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2007 at 5:21 AM | 0 comments  
The sameness of everyday life sometimes breeds discontent and Garfield is bored with his life in Cartoon World and sick and tired of reporting to work at the Comic Strip Studio every day with co-workers Wally, Billy Bear, Randy Rabbit, and Bonita. When Odie accidentally drops his bone through a patch in the screen that separates the realm of Cartoon World from the Real World, Garfield impulsively decides to dive headlong into the land of hot dog vendors with little regard for his girlfriend Arlene or owner Jon. Followed by the ever-bumbling Odie, Garfield's initial excitement quickly dims at the prospect of dumpster diving for food scraps and spending the night in an old leaky building. What's more, the neighborhood cats don't believe he's the real Garfield from the funny papers and Garfield knows that now that he's entered the real world, he can never return to Cartoon World. When the local newspaper declares its intention to replace the Garfield comic strip for good, Garfield realizes the enormity of his mistake and begs his Cartoon World co-workers to somehow find a way to bring him and Odie back to Cartoon World before their strip is permanently cancelled. This completely CGI animated full-length Garfield movie is a marked departure from the previous two live-action CGI animated movies (Garfield the Movie and Garfield--A Tale of Two Kitties) and has a distinctly unique look that utilizes three-dimensional character modeling against a seemingly flat background that looks like good video game graphics crossed with a colorful comic strip that's somehow been inflated.
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Annie Wilson (Cate Blanchett) possesses the gift of psychic powers and supports herself and her family by reading the cards to neighbours who want to know what the future may hold. When the wealthy, beautiful, and sexually promiscuous Jessica King (Katie Holmes) goes missing, her bound and ravaged body begins to haunt Annie through her visions. When the murder investigation becomes short on leads, the police are forced to turn to Annie's special powers for help. The supernatural becomes terrifyingly real when Annie's gift becomes her only hope to stop the killer before she becomes the next victim.



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SRk,the producer, is thrilled that Om Shanti Om has done well. He says, “So far, it"s the biggest hit of my career. Just the sheer number of prints will make it one of the most successful films. The initial feedback to the film is absolutely stunning all over."

Shahrukh is not comfortable discussing figures, “To be honest, as a producer, I never give out money reports etc, but suffice it to say it is 10 times better than I expected or even more.

All collection reports for weekends given by anyone before Monday are just projections; because as everyone knows, the weekend is not over till Sunday"s over. Eros"s (the distributors) initial estimate indicate 80 crore but they are working on collating the data since it was a long Diwali weekend and distribution data is just pouring in. It"s not about 80 crore this year 80 crore has never been collected in India ever for any film!"
The overseas collections are also huge. SRK adds, “The collections in UK which one can get from EDI on the net, are over half a million pounds till Sunday evening in USA about 1.5 to 2 million dollars. I am expecting the film to run with even more prints from Tuesday onwards and have the same run for 2 weeks at least, because OSO is huge! Also our figures are not out because it"s taking time to count. Ha! Ha! Ha!"

That"s the sound of King Khan laughing all the way to the bank.
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Audio launch of Kalloori on Nov 9th,Maniratnam, A R Rahman,  Bharathiraja, Balu Mahendra, Lingusamy, Thangar Bachan, Venkat Prabhu, Simbhu Devan, Radha Mohan,Ameer, Balaji Sakthivel, Tamanna, Akhil, Hema, Balamurugan, Rajeswari, Maya Reddy, Arun Kumar, Sailatha, Prakash, Kaadhal, Kadhal movie

Starring : Akil, Thamanna
Director : Kadhal fame Balaji Shakthiwel
Music by : Kadhal fame Joshua Shridhar
producer: Director Shankar

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Director Balaji Sakthivel is trying to recreate the success of ‘Kaadhal’ in his new film ‘Kalloori’.Tamanna is the heroine of this movie and newcomer Akhil is the hero.Apart from the hero and heroine, others who would create a stir include newcomers Hema, Balamurugan, Rajeswari, Maya Reddy, Arun Kumar, Sailatha and Prakash. The cinematographer is also a newcomer. Chezhian is popular in literary circles.

Director Shankar has launched his own audio company ‘S.Music’. S Music’s first venture is Kaloori, by Balaji Sakthivel who is trying to recreate the success of ‘Kaadhal’. The audio of Kalloori was released by Maniratnam and the first copy was received by A.R.Rahman.

Parthiban was the anchor for the show. The lead pair of Kaloori movie Akil and Tamanna, along with the music director Joshua Sridhar were present in the function.

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Monday, November 12, 2007 at 7:06 PM | 0 comments  
The true story of Czech born Oskar Schindler, a businessman who tried to make his fortune during the Second World War by exploiting cheap Jewish labour, but ended up penniless having saved over 1000 Polish Jews from almost certain death during the holocaust.



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"Saawariya" is a timeless story of two young star-crossed lovers whose passions almost consume their will to the brink of self-destruction. In this eternal tale of an ode to romance, stand two lonely souls whose childlike innocence and candour only obscures their inner turmoil, anger, anxiety and desperate wait for love.

An artist, a free spirit, an idealist and dreamer, Raj, is certain that he has found his ultimate dream when he arrives at a quaint picturesque town. A place surrounded by mountains, shrouded in mist and enveloped in beauty, mythical enough to be a painter’s vision or a poet’s memory.

However, destiny paints a different picture for Raj…
One silent bright and starry night, he spots a mysterious girl draped in black, standing alone at a bridge.

This chance encounter introduces him to Sakina, a shy and quiet, melancholic and enigmatic girl who continues to intrigue him. Thus follows the beginning of a new friendship, where Raj with his most charming ways and an undying spirit tries to win Sakina’s heart.
Raj is unable to accept her haunting past and their friendship pulls him into a whirlwind of desire, madness and romance.

Through Raj and Sakina’s journey together, we are reminded of the fragility of the human heart. In the couple’s anguish and test of faith, is revealed the power of unconditional love through a thousand layers of tumultuous emotions.
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Saturday, November 10, 2007 at 5:37 AM | 1 comments  

Very rarely we come across realistic portrayals in Tamil cinema. Some filmmakers do deal with various shades of life but more often than not they indulge in diluting the reality in their pursuit to ensure commercial success. Some directors, however, achieved the rare combination of undiluted reality meeting with commercial success. Debutant director Vettrimaran’s ‘Polladhavan’ has all potential to become one such attempt.

The movie opens with a gruesome fight involving Dhanush. The movie revolves around a clash between a person belonging to mafia and an innocent lower middle class boy. The narrative moves on in a non linier manner with the two narrating the story from their respective angles. No, please don’t get it wrong. It is not Akira Kurosawa’s Roshoman like narrative where in you get different perceptions on a single event. In ‘Polladhavan’, the narration is shared by two characters.

Prabhu (Dhanush) who has just now brutally attacked three thugs with a sword comes out of the building and rests his wounded body on his beloved bike. He is now heading towards meeting his praise catch that is Ravi (Danial Balaji), the younger brother of all powerful mafia leader of North Chennai Selvam (Kishor Kumar). He recalls, for a moment, what that bike has brought to him before moving ahead for his hunt.

The flash back shows the happy-go-lucky boy longing for a Pulsar bike. It goes to show the life in a North Chennai street where life is quite difference from that of South Chennai. The boys are playing carom board on the street. Prabhu is sharing the pain of his failure to get what he loves most - a bike and a girl.

The narration shows the status of Prabhu’s family. The father is the breadwinner of the lower middle class family and the boy, a jobless graduate, is roaming around without responsibility. When caught red-handed for stealing pittance from his father for booze with his friends, Dhanush questions his father’s responsibility towards his upbringing.

The father feels humiliated and reacts sharply by arranging 70,000 rupees through his hard earned savings. He gives the money to his son and asks him to do something on his own.

The boy immediately gets one of wishes fulfilled. He gets a bike. His family is stunned. But Prabhu is determined to get a job, and fortunately he gets one with the help of his bike. He joins as a loan officer in a bank.

His other passion – to woo a girl (Divya Spandana) he meets in the bus stand for more than two years – too gets fulfilled. Prabhu is the happiest person on the earth. He has got a bike, got a girlfriend, and a decent job.

Everything gets terribly disturbed when everything seems to be well. There is another world beneath the surface. There is a mafia gang that deals with drug trafficking and various other anti social activities. Selvam is the leader of the all powerful gang.

The gang has its own complications. The younger brother Ravi of the leader is not happy with the way he is treated. He is full of jealous and anger on a gangster named ‘Out’ (Bhavan), who is the trusted lieutenant of Selvam. The leader is not supporting his brother doubting his talent. Ravi’s grudge against his brother and out grows stronger day by day.

Prabhu has a tryst with underworld when his bike gets stolen in a spot where a brutal murder takes place. Dhanush is shattered. He wants his bike back at any cost. Unfortunately, he gets to lock horns with the underworld criminals in his pursuit to find his bike. He gets into dangerous zone but his blind passion towards his bike pushes him forward. This put his and his family’s life in danger. His love is in danger. The inner conflict within the underworld makes his condition worse. He is in for trouble. Big trouble indeed.

Does he get back his bike and love? Could he save is family from the brutal gang?

Director Vettrimaran has come out with an engrossing and realistic experience on celluloid. Making films based on the lives of underworld is not new but making it with amazing reality is. Though the movie resembles Selvaraghavan’s ‘Puduppettai’, it maintains its individuality by sticking to a well crafted script and stylish execution.

Director and his team have done their home work neatly. They have captured the dialects, mannerisms, and life style of the underworld mafia group with precision. The film has also unearthed some hitherto unexplored areas like bike theft network. He has also illustrated the functions of a modern banking network well.

The characterization too is worth mentioning. Especially the character of Selvam. The nuances of father-son relationship too have been portrayed well. Well done Vettrimaran!

R. Velraj, the cameraman, deserves special mention. He has worked wonders in capturing the gruesome reality of the underworld. The lighting in various time spaces is wonderful. The picturisation of climax fight is outstanding.

As far as the script is concerned, the compactness is marred by two songs. One is the marriage song and another one is the item song. The love track too is weak.

Portraying an innocent, turning into a warrior is a cakewalk for Dhanush. He has done it in the past and does it here with amazing ease. He has credibly depicted the transformation within the character.

Daniel Balaji, Bhavan, and Kishor Kumar have brought the underworld with all its colors and shades with astonishing perfection. They all have lived up to the expectations of the director and have added credibility to the reality f the movie.

Though Divya doesn’t get any scope to act, she looks pretty and adds glamour to the fare. Her pleasant looks serve as balancing factor to the otherwise gruesome movie.

Karunas has rendered a commendable performance as an auto rickshaw driver, who helps Dhanush in his endeavors. His dialogue delivery and expressions are amazing. Santhanam, as usual, plays the friend of the hero and gives comical relief.

Murali and Bhanupriya as Dhanush’s parents have done their parts well. They together flawlessly portray a lower middle class family.

Young music director G.V. Prakash has done wonders. The songs, which are already rocking, are well picturised. The remix version of ‘Engeyum Eppothum’ stands out. One wonders how SPB has maintained the sweetness of his voice for so many years. Yogi B, the sensational Malaysian singer is a revelation. ‘Minnalgaley’ sung by Karthik and Bombay Jayashree is a soothing melody. The background score adds value to the entire proceedings.

The bottomline: ‘Polladavan’ is a clear winner with its reality, style, and performances. Though the violence, in some places, does make it a gruesome experience, the brutality reflected in the narrative has been justified by the script, as it attempts to show the life of ruthless underworld. Here the rules are different and so is the reality. The A certified film is strongly recommended for those who have stomach to digest some hard reality and gore violence. After all, we have seen more violence on some U certified movies as well.

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Butch & Sundance go out in a blaze of glory
Rudy is carted off the field in "'Rudy"
Michael gives Fredo the kiss of death
The boys the Dead Poet's Society seize the day
Maverick says farewell to Goose
William Wallace demands his FREEEDOM!
Michael plays Russian Roulette with Ricky in "The Deer Hunter"
E.T. reminds Eliot 'he'll be right here'
The Elephant Man proclaims he is 'not an ANIMAL'
Miller gives Private Ryan his final orders in 'Saving Private Ryan'
Ray plays catch with his old man in 'Field of Dreams'
USA 1, Soviet Union nil in 'Rocky IV'
Chuckie tells Will where it's at in 'Good Willing Hunting'
Mr. Smith collapses in 'Mr Smith goes to Washington'
Elias raises his hands to god in 'Platoon'
The silent understanding of brothers in Rain Man'
The lone hero returns in 'Star Wars'
Absolution meets innocence at the end of 'The Shawshank Redemption'
The dead birds in 'On the Waterfront'
The Mercy killing of McMurphy in 'One Flew over the Cuckoos Nest'
Ratso cradles a dying Joe Buck in 'Midnight Cowboy'
The death of the big man in 'Little Caesar'
'Gangs of New York' ends with a modern message
Doughboy takes his half-brother home in 'Boyz 'N the Hood'
Dorn takes on the Wild Thing in 'Major League'
How about when young, up and coming actor Barret Oliver cries near the climax of The NeverEnding Story when it appears that The Nothing has killed the brave yet nubile hunter, Atreyu?
I think thats something all us men still shed many a tear over it.
I know I sometimes wake up late at night shouting "Falkor". Hoping that white fuzzy space-dog will come flying into my dreams to save me from my nightmares.

Jareth, The Goblin King
I know I cant be the only guy who gets misty eyed when baby Toby goes missing from barely pubescent Jennifer Connelly's care at the beginning of the classic David Bowie epic, Labyrinth.
Sing along with me everyone..."Dance magic dance"

Skittles vs. Reese's Pieces
Ok, I see that E.T. made the list, which I can mostly agree with. But if we are strictly talking about tear jerkers, then I think we can all agree that the 1988 box office smash, Mac & Me is hands down far more emotional than E.T. ever was. Just the name alone makes the body shiver. Mac? "Mysterious Alien Creature". Wow! Comapred to "Extraterrestrial". No comparison. Plus any movie starring 1989 Young Artist Award Nominee Jade Calegory is far better than some mildly successful movie featuring an 8 yr old booze hound. Case closed.

Star Trek - The Wrath of Khan...after having saved the Enterprise from certain annihilation and poisoning himself with radiation in the process, Spock, in his last words raises his hand ( in the classic "V" )on the glass and says to Kirk "I have been and always will be your friend". Then he dies. If that doesn't "choke you up" nothing will!

The ending of Apollo 13 where we don't know if the returning capsule burned up in the atmosphere and everyone waits in silence for a radio signal or visual confimation of the pod. One of my favourites.

Dennis P
I guess I'm a bit of a romantic, but the scene at the end of Last of the Mohicans where the yound girl jumps off the cliff after her young brave is killed kind of moved me.....and the scene in Bridges of Madison County when Meryl Streep was gripping the door handle also affected me

Why bother adding comments when you never print the damn things anyway.
I wrote a very nice comment on million dollar baby but someone decided not to print it. Well reap your accolades on all THREE comments you recieved,

There are 4 men in my house (3 young adults and my husband).
The movies that gets to them everytime is "Saving Private Ryan" and "Life as a House". Two very different movies but both touch on relationships and the worth of one individual.

Back from Ireland
How could 'It's a Wonderful Life' not be there when all th epeople in the town help out poor George. When his daughter says that 'every time a bell rings, an Angel gets their wings'. And why just movies, nothing moves me more even when I think about it......2 episodes of MASH. The 1st when Radar comes in to say Henry Blake is dead and th eother when Hawkeye salutes Radar when he leaves then finds the teddy bear on his bunk. I'm getting teary eyed now just writing this.

How about:
Lou Gerhig/Gary Cooper at the end of The Pride of the Yankees.
Forget Rocky IV - the ending of Rocky always gets me - especially when the music swells and Adrianne makes her way through the crowd.

Daniel Lambert
old yeller gets shot

Uwe Warkholdt
Hey man suck it up. Sure there are things that get to us a little bit, but when it comes down to it you have to accept life as it is. Be a leader, be strong, where others fall you pick up the ball. That is your roll.

Don't whimp out.

The list is obviously flawed, because Jim Brown being gunned down as he sprints to drop grenades into rooftop ventilation pipes in "The Dirty Dozen" is missing. Maybe I'm just too old.

You guys forgot a big one... The Barbaric Invasions ("Les Invasions Barbares"). It was the first time I couldn't hold back the tears when watching a movie with friends (thankfully everyone else was balling their eyes out by that point). Fantastic movie though.

Hey Dennis P !
The Bridges of Madison County? The only time that movie should have affected you was at the end when you were shedding tears of joy because that steaming pile was finally over.

How has no one mentioned The Crying Game?
The title says it all.
Who else didn't cry/throw up a bit in their mouth when they saw "the scene".

The One and Only
Hey Po! What you and your friends do in the privacy of your own home, we don't wanna hear! Now, if you were merely bawling, that's another story...
How about when Freddy finally meets his demise at the hands of Jason? I wept like a nerdy schoolgirl waiting by the phone on a Friday night...

I've heard that Field of Dreams has men sobbing ..

Castaway.....Wilson floats away....end of story..(weird twitch to the eye, strange grimace on face..)

C'mon, be honest, what's the Wilson in your life???

Oh man this stuff will preach!!
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