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SuryaVanshi
20th June 2009, 08:00 PM
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Post All News Updates,Reviews,Your Favorite Movies,Top List Regarding Hollywood + Other Language Movies & Actors around the World :yo:

You Can Recommend Good Hollywood and other world Cinema for ur Snehasallapam Friends ...

Update all Upcoming Movies
TV Schedule ....

Nigal kanuna World Cinemakal Hollywood classic's elam poratte....don't forget to rate it ... :dance:

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SuryaVanshi
20th June 2009, 08:05 PM
This Week Hollywood Boxoffice 10 Chart

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SuryaVanshi
20th June 2009, 08:08 PM
ie thread usharavum enu karuthunu ela SS Kootukarudeyum sahakaranam pratheekshikunu :rolleyes:

SuryaVanshi
20th June 2009, 08:21 PM
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Transformers Revenge of the Fallen Sells Out Theaters
Movie Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen

No shock here at all but the sequel to Michael Bays Transformers, Revenge of the Fallen is selling out theaters. As of 1 p.m. ET today, MovieTickets.com is reporting over 350 sold out performances for “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,” including 115 midnight performances. Additionally, the film accounts for 41 percent of tickets sold at MovieTickets.com this week.

Now it is worth noting that one online outlet doesnt mean much since in the past movietickets.com and others have put out releases saying sales are insane only to have the film do poorly. I do feel though its a safe bet that Transformers Revenge of the Fallen will make coin.

http://www.moviesonline.ca/movie-gallery/albums/Transformers2/transformers-revenge-fallen.jpg

Release Date 24 June 2009 World Over ....

:kidilam:

Kumbidi
20th June 2009, 08:25 PM
Thanks Yodha.....
Great thread....
heard that, Terminator salvation will be released in kerala next week.. any updates?

SuryaVanshi
20th June 2009, 08:26 PM
Thanks Yodha.....
Great thread....
heard that, Terminator salvation will be released in kerala next week.. any updates?

First Reply kumbidiyude :kidilam: welcome to hollywood....
Yes it is releasing next week may be on thursday ...TVM - New Theatre .

Kumbidi
20th June 2009, 08:29 PM
First Reply kumbidiyude :kidilam: welcome to hollywood....
Yes it is releasing next week may be on thursday ...TVM - New Theatre .

:kudi: :kudi:
padathe patti athra nalla reviews allalo... :doubt:

Kumbidi
20th June 2009, 08:30 PM
Super thread machaa.
Njanum paramavadhi contribute cheyyam. :puka:


alla.. nambooryachanu videsha chalachithrangalokke angadu pidikkumo???? :doubt:

SuryaVanshi
20th June 2009, 08:32 PM
Super thread machaa.
Njanum paramavadhi contribute cheyyam. :puka:


thanks aliyo kanuna ela padavum poratte classic thane venam enila thalipoli padam anelum keri review iteku....:kudi:

SuryaVanshi
20th June 2009, 08:34 PM
:kudi: :kudi:
padathe patti athra nalla reviews allalo... :doubt:

kumbidiye theatreil kanumbol ishtapedum not bad....christian bale arnoldinolam etila...

Kumbidi
20th June 2009, 08:37 PM
kumbidiye theatreil kanumbol ishtapedum not bad....christian bale arnoldinolam etila...

varatte.. Nokkaam... :kidilam:

navarannan
20th June 2009, 11:01 PM
Forthcoming classics.

Scorsese's Shutter Island
Tarantino's The Inglorious basterds

SuryaVanshi
21st June 2009, 05:04 PM
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Director/Writer : Quentin Tarantino
Cast : Brad Pitt, Eli Roth, Diane Kruger

Itinte leaked script (http://www.cineobscure.com/inglorious-bastards-script-sold-to-miramax/) arenkilum vayicho?







Nazikalkethire garuerila yudham nadathiyavare kurichanu padam enariyam...Brad Pitt padam ale mosham avila :puka:

lalistheonlySuperStar
21st June 2009, 08:40 PM
Good thread

SuryaVanshi
23rd June 2009, 02:47 PM
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Return of Horror master Sam Raimi is back with drag me to hell
movie is not bad as i expected...above average I enjoyed it, but as with most horror I watched with 0 expectations,script lacks the nerve, acting is ok Climax got some twist Time Pass Film :puka:...

My Rating : 3/5

Shambu
24th June 2009, 12:09 PM
went to see yesterday...

ippozhathey Super hero movies um aayi thattichu nokkiyaal (Dark Knight, Batman returns, Super man returns genre) ithu atra sukham alla... nammudey pazhaya kaala super hero movies okkie poley oru comic style aanu.... oru time pass enna nilayil kandirikkaam.. as the graphics and also the action sequence are superb.... pakshey aa action (except one in climax) okkey veruthey graphics kaanikkaan vendi ennallaathey they are not properly assembled with the story line .. such sequence can be questioned through out as there are so many holes in those sequence...

the climax scene was some thing great with the action and graphics scene...

rest is really average

My verdict : It can be watched as a time pass.. interesting graphics.... u can watch if you like Jackman and Wolverine... Story and every thing rest are just average ....

Sree
24th June 2009, 01:09 PM
thanks shambhu

Maharajav
24th June 2009, 03:18 PM
thnx shambhu............

Jeevan
24th June 2009, 03:33 PM
Thanks shambhu.

SuryaVanshi
24th June 2009, 08:58 PM
went to see yesterday...

ippozhathey Super hero movies um aayi thattichu nokkiyaal (Dark Knight, Batman returns, Super man returns genre) ithu atra sukham alla... nammudey pazhaya kaala super hero movies okkie poley oru comic style aanu.... oru time pass enna nilayil kandirikkaam.. as the graphics and also the action sequence are superb.... pakshey aa action (except one in climax) okkey veruthey graphics kaanikkaan vendi ennallaathey they are not properly assembled with the story line .. such sequence can be questioned through out as there are so many holes in those sequence...

the climax scene was some thing great with the action and graphics scene...

rest is really average

My verdict : It can be watched as a time pass.. interesting graphics.... u can watch if you like Jackman and Wolverine... Story and every thing rest are just average ....

Thanks Shambu macha :kidilam: ...friday terminator salvation irangundu appo ie padam marum.

Cary_Grant_fan
25th June 2009, 03:04 AM
went to see yesterday...

ippozhathey Super hero movies um aayi thattichu nokkiyaal (Dark Knight, Batman returns, Super man returns genre) ithu atra sukham alla... nammudey pazhaya kaala super hero movies okkie poley oru comic style aanu.... oru time pass enna nilayil kandirikkaam.. as the graphics and also the action sequence are superb.... pakshey aa action (except one in climax) okkey veruthey graphics kaanikkaan vendi ennallaathey they are not properly assembled with the story line .. such sequence can be questioned through out as there are so many holes in those sequence...

the climax scene was some thing great with the action and graphics scene...

rest is really average

My verdict : It can be watched as a time pass.. interesting graphics.... u can watch if you like Jackman and Wolverine... Story and every thing rest are just average ....


C. Nolan's The Dark Knight is well above the usual super-hero films...

and most of the stunts in that film were pretty real.....there wasn't much CGI in that movie...

Bryan Singer's X2 was grt....the first one was decent.
the two sequels that came after it are lackluster of course...

Robert Langdon
25th June 2009, 08:38 AM
Saw "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" yesterday... Very good movie... Story is about a man who starts ageing backwards physically... Presentation/narration style was bit similar to "Perfume:The Story of a Murderer" which was again a strange theme like TCCBB, still the direction had good control n execution on the medium.. It was rightly awarded 3 academy awards for its brilliant visual effects, makeups n art... Brad Pitt was good and so is the supporting cast.. To sum it up, David Fincher continues his good run as usual...

Rating - 8/10

Neelan
25th June 2009, 11:58 AM
saw G.I jane (Ridley Scott * ing demi moore) and Cassandra's Dream (woody allen * ing Collin Farrell , Ewan Mcgregor)
G I jane awesome performance by Demi Moore as a Marine trainne who by all means beats odds and becomes one of Navy SEALS when every ones wants her to fail ....

Cassandra's Dream a drama with Ewan and Collin as brothers in deep financial crisis forced to do a crime in order to get help from their uncle ...a bit dragging but worth watching ...

FLICKS
26th June 2009, 08:03 AM
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HIII FRIENDS NJANUM EE FORATHIL JOIN CHEYTHU...:puka:...

Neelan
26th June 2009, 08:08 AM
Watched Transformers last nite....story wise nothing much happening ...the fallen comming back for revenge ..but action special effects wohoo cant get any better awesome work ...all the fights were perfectly done with th e smallest detail in place ...i wasn too much impressed with LP's sound track too ..what i have done was better ,,,,MEGAN FOX kurachu sean connery ye ollu bakki okke nammude imagibation pole erikkum....

FLICKS
26th June 2009, 08:16 AM
Watched Transformers last nite....story wise nothing much happening ...the fallen comming back for revenge ..but action special effects wohoo cant get any better awesome work ...all the fights were perfectly done with th e smallest detail in place ...i wasn too much impressed with LP's sound track too ..what i have done was better ,,,,MEGAN FOX kurachu sean connery ye ollu bakki okke nammude imagibation pole erikkum....

thax bahi..compared to first ethu mosham anu allle?...:)

kuttoos
26th June 2009, 08:32 AM
Watched Transformers last nite....story wise nothing much happening ...the fallen comming back for revenge ..but action special effects wohoo cant get any better awesome work ...all the fights were perfectly done with th e smallest detail in place ...i wasn too much impressed with LP's sound track too ..what i have done was better ,,,,MEGAN FOX kurachu sean connery ye ollu bakki okke nammude imagibation pole erikkum....
thanks neelan..mikkuvarum ee weekend-l pokum

Neelan
26th June 2009, 09:04 AM
thax bahi..compared to first ethu mosham anu allle?...:)
thanks neelan..mikkuvarum ee weekend-l pokum

thanks machuz ....


:puka::puka: ...its worth watchin ....first part oru diff sambhavam allayirunno ...transformers vere kadha onnum ella aliya ..athu polkkiunnu polnjavar pinneyum ezhuneetu varunnu athra thanne...so its a big draw back ..dunno how far it can go just with FX and action need a story to keep the chart .so hang over thanne angu kondupokum mikkavarum ee masathe ella collectionum ..eppolum nalla response anu padathinu .....

SuryaVanshi
30th June 2009, 03:59 PM
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SuryaVanshi
30th June 2009, 04:00 PM
Terminator Salvation Keralathil nalla collection undu ...:stylish:

Kumbidi
30th June 2009, 04:01 PM
http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/transformers_revenge_of_the_fallen/news/1829578/box_office_guru_wrapup_transformers_2_generates_ex plosive_box_office

SuryaVanshi
30th June 2009, 07:35 PM
Public Enemies: Riveting
Arthur J Pais

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Johnny Depp in Public Enemies

June 30, 2009 15:01 IST

Come Wednesday, Transformers [Images]: Revenge Of The Fallen -- which has grabbed a jaw-dropping $420 million worldwide in less than two weeks -- could still be ruling the box office in the US, and the new film, Ice Age 3 drawing millions of young audiences.

But those craving for a different kind of entertainment than the one in special effects driven films find plenty to cheer in Public Enemies, a leisurely but riveting retelling of the real life story of John Dillinger, the charming bank robber leader who became a national phenomenon in America in the 1930s.

For most part, it is the story of two men: Dillinger (Johnny Depp [Images]) and Melvin Purvis (Christian Bale [Images]) the government agent hell bent in capturing him. But there is also a touching love story, and though the director Michael Mann (Heat, Miami [Images] Vice) doesn't do full justice to it, there are quite a few charming and moving scenes between Dillinger and a coat check girl (Marion Cottilard, the Oscar winning actress of La Vie En Rose), who joins him after a haughty exchange of words.

Having seen her astounding performance as the tragic French singer Edith Piaf in La Vie, one feels a bit cheated that she doesn't have much to do in the new film. Mann, who delves deeper into his characters' psychology than in his previous film Miami Vice, does not show well why she falls for Dillinger.

Public Enemies may not soar at the box office like films like Star Trek and Up have done. But it could have a decent run, appealing to filmgoers who are tired of amazing machines and superheroes.

A scene from Public EnemiesThough over a dozen movies and television shows have been made on Dillinger, the new film holds attention not only to the first time viewers of the Dillinger legend but also those who have seen the past films. Not to forget the fans of the admirable gangster dramas such as Bonnie and Clyde.

The presence of Depp and Bale should draw plenty of fans to US theatres on Wednesday, and the movie could be running for a long time, without smashing the records.

Mann has not only extracted solid performances from his lead players but has also filled the screen with tension (despite taking his time to do so) and a number of spectacular action scenes.

There is also plenty of humour and good dialogue in the film.

Dillinger, who became a folk hero in the Depression era because he was robbing the much-despised banker, for instance asks at a bank: That's your money, mister?
Bank Teller: [nervously] Yes.

Dillinger: We're here for the bank's money, not yours. Put it away.

A scene from Public EnemiesWhen Purvin meets the gangster who has been arrested, he says: The only way you're walking out of this jail cell is when we take you out to execute you.
Dillinger says casually: Well, we'll see about that.

Depp is mesmerizing throughout the film. Though he plays a flashy bank robber leader, he gives a very nuanced performance quite different from his work in Pirates Of The Caribbean [Images] series. Bale shows his ethical dilemmas well when he discovers that his officers and he would have to cross moral lines to apprehend wrongdoers.

The film could have a good and profitable run proving once again that the summer movie scene is not confined to adrenaline-pumping popcorn films. See the film in the theatres, and six months later, get ready to see it on DVD and admire it even more.

Rediff Rating: http://im.rediff.com/movies/2009/jun/rating41.gif

http://movies.rediff.com/review/2009/jun/30/review-public-enemies.htm

WoW :cheers::cheers::cheers:

SuryaVanshi
30th June 2009, 07:40 PM
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Public Enemies - Review

Michael Mann turns up the heat…

TOTAL FILM RATING : 4/5

BY: Rob James

“I like baseball, movies, good clothes, fast cars and you. What else do you need to know?”

What, indeed? The short, fast life of ’30s American gangster John Dillinger is legend: he robbed banks that robbed the public, becoming a media sensation, a Depression-era folk hero and the fi rst Public Enemy Number One of J Edgar Hoover’s new FBI.

After breaking out of every jail that held him, he was chased across America by G-man Melvin Purvis and at last famously shot dead by police outside the Biograph cinema in Chicago after watching a Clark Gable crime fl ick.

We know this. Michael Mann knows this. And, throughout his “true story”, you can’t help feeling that Johnny Depp’s Dillinger knows it too. He’s a dead man walking from the moment we meet him. Meaning Mann’s movie isn’t a biopic, it’s an elegy – one long dying breath. When we do meet Dillinger, he’s already a Tommy-Gun-blazing master criminal, busting his men out of Indiana State Prison and roaring away under an epic blue-sky to a heroic soundtrack.

A better title might have been The Man Who Shot John Dillinger. Like John Ford before him, Michael Mann loves to print the legend, turning cops and crims into duelling demi-Gods. Thing is, John Ford never printed the legend on HD.

Armed with hyper-real, hi-def video cameras, Mann and Heat cinematographer Dante Spinotti make mythic movie-drama look like faux-documentary. This is not American Gangster. This is something else. Something much more startling in which ordinary scenes become electrifying experiences as Mann takes an old story and makes it feel new and unexpected.

Framed in thrilling deep focus, Depp moves through familiar spaces – banks, restaurants, prisons, press conferences, wood cabins, cars, cinemas – that suddenly feel packed with fresh tension and atmosphere.

Despite moving like a getaway wagon, the plot is the least interesting thing about Mann’s latest crime epic. This tale is really about the telling. Beyond the wild chases, daring jailbreaks and bank robberies, much of the movie unfolds in a weird twilight zone between docu-style reality and gorgeous mythmaking.

Long before the breathlessly poignant final moments outside the Biograph, an eerie sequence sees Dillinger walking alone through a deserted police station. Better still is the surreal, funny scene in a packed cinema, where Dillinger sits sweating under the hot lights as a giant image of his face appears on screen while a public service announcement asks the packed auditorium to stay vigilant (“He could be the man sat next to you!”). It might be the movie’s best scene – try finding a better snapshot of the fame game’s seductive danger and dazzle.

Public Enemies gets its coffee-shop moment, too, FBI hotshot Melvin Purvis (Christian Bale) and Dillinger staring at each other through prison bars in an exchange of sharp lines and even more piercing silences. Initially looking too physically small to play a violent bank robber, Depp fills out the role of Dillinger with effortless charisma, authority and – most important of all – star wattage.

But this is not Heat: we never sink into the life of Purvis or his rivalry with the gangster. Exploiting Bale’s trademark intensity, Mann keeps him a cipher. Same goes for Billy Crudup’s unctuous J Edgar Hoover and Stephen Graham as the sociopathic Baby Face Nelson. Like Crockett and Tubbs in Miami Vice, these characters actually have almost no real personality at all. But as we watch them attack their work with brutal efficiency, we have to take them deadly seriously.

Not least because guns in a Michael Mann movie really sound like guns. Each deafening blam from characters’ pistols, rifles and submachine guns reverberates through your body as if you’d taken the bullet yourself.

Public Enemies’ gun battles erupt with sudden, visceral force – never more so than in a woodland shootout between Purvis’ FBI hit squad and Dillinger’s crew, lensed by Mann at the infamous Little Bohemia Lodge where it actually took place. Hot lead thwacks into tree bark. Desperate breath and muzzle smoke fill the night air. Bodies are wrecked by the carnage.

But as ever in Mann’s world, the real heat around the corner is the romance that’s just out of reach. From Manhunter to The Last Of The Mohicans to Heat to Miami Vice, Mann’s career is a secret string of beautiful, impossible love stories. Here it’s La Vie En Rose Oscar-winner Marion Cotillard as Dillinger’s girlfriend Billie Frechette.

It’s their story that gives Public Enemies its touching, tragic heartbeat, as she and Depp become two lost souls clinging to moments of a freedom they know can’t last. As the man says, “What else do you need to know?”

Verdict:

Call it the anti-American Gangster. And we mean that as a compliment. This superstar crime thriller emerges as something surprising, fascinating and technically dazzling. Don’t expect a Hollywood movie. Expect a Michael Mann movie.

http://www.totalfilm.com/reviews/cinema/public-enemies

Robert Langdon
30th June 2009, 08:13 PM
Micheal Mann :cheers: :cheers:

Invalid_user
30th June 2009, 11:44 PM
PE thakarkkunna lakshanam aanu...as expected... :kidilam:

Tony
1st July 2009, 01:14 AM
Transformers 2 download cheythittundu... kaananam...

Neelan
1st July 2009, 05:45 AM
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Public Enemies - Review

Michael Mann turns up the heat…

TOTAL FILM RATING : 4/5

BY: Rob James

“I like baseball, movies, good clothes, fast cars and you. What else do you need to know?”

What, indeed? The short, fast life of ’30s American gangster John Dillinger is legend: he robbed banks that robbed the public, becoming a media sensation, a Depression-era folk hero and the fi rst Public Enemy Number One of J Edgar Hoover’s new FBI.

After breaking out of every jail that held him, he was chased across America by G-man Melvin Purvis and at last famously shot dead by police outside the Biograph cinema in Chicago after watching a Clark Gable crime fl ick.

We know this. Michael Mann knows this. And, throughout his “true story”, you can’t help feeling that Johnny Depp’s Dillinger knows it too. He’s a dead man walking from the moment we meet him. Meaning Mann’s movie isn’t a biopic, it’s an elegy – one long dying breath. When we do meet Dillinger, he’s already a Tommy-Gun-blazing master criminal, busting his men out of Indiana State Prison and roaring away under an epic blue-sky to a heroic soundtrack.

A better title might have been The Man Who Shot John Dillinger. Like John Ford before him, Michael Mann loves to print the legend, turning cops and crims into duelling demi-Gods. Thing is, John Ford never printed the legend on HD.

Armed with hyper-real, hi-def video cameras, Mann and Heat cinematographer Dante Spinotti make mythic movie-drama look like faux-documentary. This is not American Gangster. This is something else. Something much more startling in which ordinary scenes become electrifying experiences as Mann takes an old story and makes it feel new and unexpected.

Framed in thrilling deep focus, Depp moves through familiar spaces – banks, restaurants, prisons, press conferences, wood cabins, cars, cinemas – that suddenly feel packed with fresh tension and atmosphere.

Despite moving like a getaway wagon, the plot is the least interesting thing about Mann’s latest crime epic. This tale is really about the telling. Beyond the wild chases, daring jailbreaks and bank robberies, much of the movie unfolds in a weird twilight zone between docu-style reality and gorgeous mythmaking.

Long before the breathlessly poignant final moments outside the Biograph, an eerie sequence sees Dillinger walking alone through a deserted police station. Better still is the surreal, funny scene in a packed cinema, where Dillinger sits sweating under the hot lights as a giant image of his face appears on screen while a public service announcement asks the packed auditorium to stay vigilant (“He could be the man sat next to you!”). It might be the movie’s best scene – try finding a better snapshot of the fame game’s seductive danger and dazzle.

Public Enemies gets its coffee-shop moment, too, FBI hotshot Melvin Purvis (Christian Bale) and Dillinger staring at each other through prison bars in an exchange of sharp lines and even more piercing silences. Initially looking too physically small to play a violent bank robber, Depp fills out the role of Dillinger with effortless charisma, authority and – most important of all – star wattage.

But this is not Heat: we never sink into the life of Purvis or his rivalry with the gangster. Exploiting Bale’s trademark intensity, Mann keeps him a cipher. Same goes for Billy Crudup’s unctuous J Edgar Hoover and Stephen Graham as the sociopathic Baby Face Nelson. Like Crockett and Tubbs in Miami Vice, these characters actually have almost no real personality at all. But as we watch them attack their work with brutal efficiency, we have to take them deadly seriously.

Not least because guns in a Michael Mann movie really sound like guns. Each deafening blam from characters’ pistols, rifles and submachine guns reverberates through your body as if you’d taken the bullet yourself.

Public Enemies’ gun battles erupt with sudden, visceral force – never more so than in a woodland shootout between Purvis’ FBI hit squad and Dillinger’s crew, lensed by Mann at the infamous Little Bohemia Lodge where it actually took place. Hot lead thwacks into tree bark. Desperate breath and muzzle smoke fill the night air. Bodies are wrecked by the carnage.

But as ever in Mann’s world, the real heat around the corner is the romance that’s just out of reach. From Manhunter to The Last Of The Mohicans to Heat to Miami Vice, Mann’s career is a secret string of beautiful, impossible love stories. Here it’s La Vie En Rose Oscar-winner Marion Cotillard as Dillinger’s girlfriend Billie Frechette.

It’s their story that gives Public Enemies its touching, tragic heartbeat, as she and Depp become two lost souls clinging to moments of a freedom they know can’t last. As the man says, “What else do you need to know?”

Verdict:

Call it the anti-American Gangster. And we mean that as a compliment. This superstar crime thriller emerges as something surprising, fascinating and technically dazzling. Don’t expect a Hollywood movie. Expect a Michael Mann movie.

http://www.totalfilm.com/reviews/cinema/public-enemies


Cant wait to see this one .....:lee:

Mr.Lonely
1st July 2009, 07:13 AM
njan chelappol thursday public enemies kannum illangil transformers :cheers:

Krrish
1st July 2009, 08:10 AM
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HD Trailer


QUQbmFAE5WI (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUQbmFAE5WI&feature=fvw)



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CiD DaSaN
1st July 2009, 08:12 AM
Thanks Krish.....
Ithu kalakkum... :Yahoo:
Padam irangaan december vare wait cheyyanam.

Neelan
1st July 2009, 08:55 AM
njan chelappol thursday public enemies kannum illangil transformers :cheers:

public enemies kanana poo anna ...transformers sada padam apart from amazing fx ....

Mr.Lonely
1st July 2009, 09:17 AM
public enemies kanana poo anna ...transformers sada padam apart from amazing fx ....

ariyilla.. chelappol PE thanne kannum.. depends.. class onde. athu kazhinju time ondangil mathram aa ollu :kannuruttu:

Neelan
1st July 2009, 09:18 AM
ariyilla.. chelappol PE thanne kannum.. depends.. class onde. athu kazhinju time ondangil mathram aa ollu :kannuruttu:

ee class okke ennum kaanum angu cut cheyunne,,,:):

Mr.Lonely
1st July 2009, 09:19 AM
ee class okke ennum kaanum angu cut cheyunne,,,:):

quiz/lab onde.. athu cut cheyathal pinee ente jeevitham oru vazhi akum :cash::thalakarakkam:

Invalid_user
1st July 2009, 04:05 PM
Sherlock Holmes comedy genre koodi anu....
Guy Ritchie.... :kidilam:

Robert Langdon
1st July 2009, 04:11 PM
http://sherlock-holmes-movie.warnerbros.com/bgPosters.jpg
HD Trailer

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUQbmFAE5WI&feature=fvw





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http://www.thehdroom.com/images/news/5027b.jpg
Ithu spaarum:Yahoo:

Invalid_user
1st July 2009, 04:23 PM
G A M E R

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Directors : Mark Neveldine,Brian Taylor
Cast : Gerard butler, Alison Lohman

Trailer:
wZzU5DF3ROg

SuryaVanshi
2nd July 2009, 08:24 PM
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SuryaVanshi
3rd July 2009, 09:12 AM
French film fete

Alliance Française de Trivandrum in association with the Embassy of France in India and FILCA organise ‘Premiere Films,’ a festival of French films from July 6 to 11 at 6.30 p.m. at the Alliance Française de T rivandrum. The six films to be screened at the festival include July 6: ‘Dans les Cordes’ by Magaly Richard-Serrano; July 7: ‘Tout est pardonné’ by Mia Hansen-Løve; July 8: ‘Naissance des pieuvres’ by Céline Sciamma; July 9: ‘13 M2’ by Barthélémy Grossmann; July 10: ‘7 Ans’ by Jean-Pascal Hattu, July 11: ‘La tête de Maman’ by Carine Tardieu at 4.30 p.m. and ‘Barakat!’ by Djamila Sahraoui at 6.30 p.m. The event is open to the public. Contact: 2320666/ 6578808

SuryaVanshi
3rd July 2009, 09:13 AM
A sliver of Hong Kong



Four films will be screened as part of a ‘Wong Kar Wai Retrospective’ @ Chennai

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INTENSE DRAMA From "Fallen Angels"


Indo Cine Appreciation Foundation, in association with Palador Films, organises a ‘Wong Kar Wai Retrospective’ on July 6 and 7 at the South Indian Film Chamber Theatre, 606, Anna Salai. On July 6, “In the mood for love” (6.15 p.m.) and “Fallen Angels” (7.45 p.m.) will be screened. On July 7, “Happy Together” (6.15 p.m.) and “Chungking Express” (8 p.m.) will be screened.

“In the mood for love” revolves around Chow Mo-wan, who rents a room in Honk Kong apartment building. The same day, Su Li-zhen moves in next door, soon they discover that their spouses have an affair. A very hurt Chow wants to find out how it happened.

“Fallen Angels” is about a disillusioned killer embarking on his last hit. But before that he must overcome his affection for his cool and detached partner.

“Happy Together” is the story of Yiu-Fai and Po-Wing, who come to Argentina from Hong Kong for a holiday. They part ways only to meet later, but their lives have changed, and will remain thus.

“Chungking Express” tells two stories — of two lovelorn cops and their objects of desire — one a heroin dealer, and the other, a waitress.

Krrish
3rd July 2009, 09:22 AM
Ee Terminator Salvation engane undu padam.........

SuryaVanshi
3rd July 2009, 09:26 AM
Ee Terminator Salvation engane undu padam.........

Average Action Film NallaScript abhinayam onum illa ulathu kure graphics fight anu camera work thane dull anu colour tone mix of green & red realistic ayi thonan vendiyitavum....theatreil kandal ishtapetekam :sureshgopi:

Krrish
3rd July 2009, 09:27 AM
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Shambu
3rd July 2009, 11:29 AM
Public Enemies - Review

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navarannan
4th July 2009, 12:11 AM
Sherlock Holmes aayi Johnny Depp or Tom Hanks mathiyarunooo

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4th July 2009, 04:34 AM
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njan theater-il poyi kandarinnnu..1 thavanna kannan onde.. bore onnum alla :strong:

Krrish
4th July 2009, 05:29 PM
njan theater-il poyi kandarinnnu..1 thavanna kannan onde.. bore onnum alla :strong:

Njan Kandu... enikku ishtapettu.... 2nd Half aayppol aan sherikkum sangathikal pudikittiyathu..... Theatrile Sound mosham aayirunnu.... Still it was a good one..... Chila graphics okke kidu aayirunnu....

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5th July 2009, 04:11 PM
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Invalid_user
5th July 2009, 06:41 PM
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5th July 2009, 06:57 PM
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5th July 2009, 07:00 PM
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5th July 2009, 07:01 PM
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5th July 2009, 07:03 PM
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Enthayalum kollam. :DJ:

:handshake: thanks

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5th July 2009, 07:45 PM
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SuryaVanshi
5th July 2009, 07:48 PM
July 4, 2009
DVD sales slump challenges Hollywood

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With DVD sales falling at an alarming rate, the big Hollywood studios must turn to the digital age if they are to survive

Dominic Rushe in New York

Harry Potter has tackled some tough opponents in his short, but action-packed life. Dragons, ogres, a basilisk, the Dark Lord Voldermort, Uncle Vernon and Aunt Petunia. Next week he will be at it again, casting his spell over cinema audiences with the London premiere of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. But while box office success looks all but guaranteed, Potter’s magic faces a bigger test come Christmas: the decline of the DVD.

DVD sales have become the mainstay of Hollywood and the financing arm for many independent movies. Barclays Capital analyst Anthony DiClemente calculates that last year the box office returns from major studios were about $10 billion in the US. By contrast, the home video market was worth $24 billion.

At the box office, the recession has been good to Hollywood. Cinema sales have boomed with movies including Transformers 2, Star Trek, Up and now Harry Potter expected to deliver a record year for the industry. According to Box Office Mojo, the cinema industry site, theatrical receipts are tallying close to 12% ahead of 2008. But at the same time, DVD sales, while still huge, are slumping at an alarming rate.

The previous five Potter movies have generated billions in worldwide box-office and DVD sales, but each film has sold fewer discs than its predecessor. This Christmas, when the next film is expected to be released for home sale, it will enter a market that has already been hit hard. DiClemente said that DVD sales had been dropping at between 12-14% for the past few quarters, half of that was probably due to the recession and the rest down to structural changes in home entertainment.

This year, Bob Iger, the Disney chief, became the first studio boss to acknowledge publicly that the slump might be about more than consumers tightening their belts in the recession. “We have been taking a hard look at this business for a while with the belief that as choice grows, consumers will simply be more selective about what they buy,” Iger said.

In the UK, sales of DVDs have been hit by the downturn and by the collapse of retailers Woolworths and Zavvi, said Lavinia Carey, director general of the British Video Association. Last year was a record year for DVD sales in the UK, but this year they fell 10% in the first five months — the first decline since DVD was introduced in 1998.

It is a worrying trend that is likely to have a profound impact on the shape of the movie business. Paramount Pictures, riding high with the Transformers franchise, is reportedly in talks about merging some, or all, of its DVD operations with Sony and Fox, owned by News Corp, parent company of The Sunday Times. A merger could save costs on production and distribution as the market quickly moves toward digital distribution of film and television content.

Edward Jay Epstein, author of The Big Picture: Money and Power in Hollywood, said independent film makers, who rely on DVD sales to finance their films, were likely to be the worst hit. Loans backed by international and DVD rights have become the mainstay of independent film financing.

Sales of Blu-ray, the high-definition disc format, are growing fast. In the UK Blu-ray sales are up 231% on last year, according to Carey. However, they are starting from a low base and many consumers appear wary of committing to a new format as films increasingly move online.

Epstein said that until the picture became clear the major studios are likely to play it safe and the independents will struggle to raise cash.

“We are going to see fewer dramas, fewer comedies, more franchise movies, more Harry Potter, more Spider-Man. Films that will sell overseas,” he said.

The figures suggest that the DVD has been on the decline for some time. In the US, per capita spending on DVDs has been falling since 2005 and 2006, when Americans spent $60 a head on them. Last year, the figure was $43, according to Hollywood researchers The-Numbers.com. But the fall has been gradual and masked by a rising population that has driven up total sales. Bruce Nash of The-Numbers said there was no disguising the direction of sales now. “Towards the end of last year sales started to fall dramatically, well below what the industry was expecting,” he said.

Unlike the fall in CD sales, the DVD slump has not been caused by rampant pirating, although it is increasingly an issue. DiClemente said the economic downturn has encouraged more people to rent movies from services such as Lovefilm in the UK and Netflix in the US and to watch films either on the internet or via pay-per-view services on TV. But the big factor is that people are simply buying fewer DVDs.

Until recently, Hollywood had a formula for estimating the number of DVDs it would sell of a given film in the all-important first week of its release, when marketing is at its height. In its first week, a film usually sold 10-15% of the total number of cinema tickets sold. Ten million tickets would translate to 1-1.5 million DVDs. Nash said that figure was now closer to 7-10% and films with fan appeal, such as Potter and Twilight, were holding up, but that the recession had hit other titles hard.

“People are no longer prepared to spend money on a film they will watch only once,” he said.

In the short term, the shift is likely to have a profound impact on the bottom lines of the studios. A DVD selling at $14.99 produces about $10 for the studio. Rental sales, by contrast, provide only $2-$2.50.

DiClemente said even after the economy picks up, the decline in DVD sales and the move towards digital sales, rentals and new forms of payment looks set to continue. “Over the long period the same thing is going to happen to the DVD as happened to the CD,” he said. “The industry has got to shift to digital.”

He said Blu-ray was growing fast, but two factors were likely to hamper the format’s growth: first, consumers were aware that movies are soon to be delivered digitally, and second, in the current environment, upgrading their DVD players was an expensive proposition.

“This is what the music industry is going through,” said DiClemente. “Content providers have to fund new, innovative ways to monetise their assets. Over the long period, Hollywood has done that before and I’m confident that they can do it again.

“In the meantime, there’s the recession and the consumer is confused. There are going to be some bumps in the road.”

http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/industry_sectors/leisure/article6639171.ece

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5th July 2009, 07:51 PM
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6th July 2009, 12:32 AM
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Atonement...........Its a real good movie. Don't miss it if you liked movies like Notebook. Recommend

Rescue Dawn ......American point of view about Nam. (Like Pearl Harbor)...Don't recommend

Black Hawk down....An average war operation movie.....watchable

The sea inside.......It is Spanish movie about unemployment and it's impact among a bunch of people. True situations, hilarious and refreshing line of actors with powerful performances, especially Javier Bardem. (No country for old men)....Recommend

The lives of others.....It is a German movie about former East German Communist govt's penetration into the privacy of public life. It is a must watch movie based on true life situations and it will remind you how lucky to live in a democratic country. Haunting movie which will upset you. Highly recommend

Eight below.....an average movie about two guys leaving their sled dogs in freezing cold of Antarctica and later trying to return and get back them. Life in Antarctica, bond between human beings and dogs, survival instinct.

A few good men....good

Krrish
6th July 2009, 08:57 AM
Njan ee idakku kure padangal kandu.... daivam sahayichu mikkathum enikk ishtapettilla..... The Assasination of Jesse James, Nights in Rodanthe, International,Walkyire,Angels & Demons,BrideWars.... Angane kure..... Ithil International,Walkyire,Angels & Demons kollaam..... Baaki ellam poli... Biggest Poli Assasination of Jesse James thanne..... Fast & Furious4 miss aayi.... :sad:

SuryaVanshi
6th July 2009, 01:23 PM
Atonement...........Its a real good movie. Don't miss it if you liked movies like Notebook. Recommend

Rescue Dawn ......American point of view about Nam. (Like Pearl Harbor)...Don't recommend

Black Hawk down....An average war operation movie.....watchable

The sea inside.......It is Spanish movie about unemployment and it's impact among a bunch of people. True situations, hilarious and refreshing line of actors with powerful performances, especially Javier Bardem. (No country for old men)....Recommend

The lives of others.....It is a German movie about former East German Communist govt's penetration into the privacy of public life. It is a must watch movie based on true life situations and it will remind you how lucky to live in a democratic country. Haunting movie which will upset you. Highly recommend

Eight below.....an average movie about two guys leaving their sled dogs in freezing cold of Antarctica and later trying to return and get back them. Life in Antarctica, bond between human beings and dogs, survival instinct.

A few good men....good

Thanks Aparan....:welcome: Keep posting

SuryaVanshi
6th July 2009, 01:39 PM
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:virattal: Sylvester Stallone Turns 63 today on July 6 .

Happy Birthday Stallone :cake:

Malayalee
7th July 2009, 12:04 PM
Weekendil 2 English films kandu..
Punisher - War zone
Comic series based film aanu.. pratyekichu kadha onnum illa.. watchable aanu.. ithinte first part nallathanennu kettu.

The boy in Striped Pyjamas... Really good film.. Oru german kuttiyum jew kuttiyum friends aavunathanu basic plot..

germans and jewes are enemies.. world war timil nadakunna kadha..

must watch aanu..

Robert Langdon
9th July 2009, 04:03 PM
Review: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince


By Tim Masters
Entertainment reporter, BBC News

After the relentless bang-boom-crash of summer sequels like Transformers and Terminator , the sixth Harry Potter film comes as something of a relief for those seeking a little more humanity, even if it is of the magical variety.
Lord Voldemort has returned, dark forces lurk beyond the enchanted gates of Hogwarts School - while teenage hormones rage within.
The regular cast is back, with the addition of Jim Broadbent as the Potions Professor, Horace Slughorn, whose memories are key in the battle against the Dark Lord.
"This is very dark stuff, very dark indeed."




So says Slughorn, in one of the story's flashbacks to Voldemort's childhood.
This really is a film with little daylight. Gone are the sun-kissed Quidditch pitches of the early movies. More than ever, Hogwarts seems in the grip of an eternal winter.
And let's not forget those hormones dripping down the castle walls.
Bridge attack
Director David Yates, staying on after 2007's Order of the Phoenix, has thrown his energies into the lavish visuals and the emotional landscape.
Those wanting noisy spectacle and endless action will be disappointed. This is a talky Potter.
It feels long - but not in a bad way. The main characters and the complex plot get a chance to breathe.
Writer Steve Kloves sensibly excises the padding from JK Rowling's novel - adding new scenes such as the opening attack on London's Millennium Bridge.




But Death Eater attacks aside, relationships are what interests Yates.
Even when we first meet Harry in a cafe at Surbiton station, he is effortlessly catching the eye of a waitress.
"Harry, you need a shave my friend," says Dumbledore later, as if we need reminding that the boy Harry is becoming a man.
Dark streak
For fans of old-school Potter, there are plenty of familiar ingredients: Hogwarts Express (check), Quidditch (check), Marauder's Map (check), exploding potions (check) - even Madam Pomfrey in the hospital wing.
Of more interest, however, is what's different: Tom Felton gets a chance to do more than sneer as the tortured Draco Malfoy, Alan Rickman's Snape comes to the fore, and even Rupert Grint gets to act beyond his usual Ron Weasley persona (he gets a snog, at least).



Broadbent, as you might expect, is excellent as Slughorn, the dotty professor with a dark streak.
While there are plentiful flashes of humour, it is the gothic horror that lingers in the memory - although werewolf Fenrir Greyback (Dave Legeno) is sadly underused.
It is perhaps inevitable that the sixth film - like the sixth book - feels like it is setting up the grand finale. If slightly muted in places, Half-Blood Prince shows every sign that Yates will deliver something special for the two-part Deathly Hallows in 2010/11.
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is released on 15 July.

Robert Langdon
9th July 2009, 04:05 PM
ROUND-UP OF HALF-BLOOD PRINCE REVIEWS
<!-- S ILIN --> Sarah Crompton in the Telegraph (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/harry-potter/5768268/Harry-Potter-and-the-Half-Blood-Prince-review.html) <!-- E ILIN --> called the Half Blood Prince an elegant addition to the series and gave it three stars:
http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/nol/shared/img/v3/start_quote_rb.gif Not a lot happens for 153 minutes, though, and I thought my sons - now 12 and nine and followers of the films since more or less the start - would be bored. But they liked the chat, the comic Quidditch game, the sense of evil stirring. They were engrossed throughout.
This, I think, comes down to two qualities that have helped to make the Potter films the most successful film franchise of all time. The first is the relationship between the central trio of Ron, Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) and Hermione (Emma Watson). Film-goers have seen these actors grow up, and watched their performances deepen and change.

Andrew Pulver in the Guardian gave (http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2009/jul/04/harry-potter-half-blood-prince-review)<!-- E ILIN --> the film three stars out of five, saying even though the characters have grown up it is still clean cut: http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/nol/shared/img/v3/start_quote_rb.gif There's lots of blushing, stammering and smooching. Will Harry lock lips with Ginny? Is Ron smart enough to see that Hermione ... well, it's not Skins. Hands are kept above the waist at all times.
Putatively winsome all this may be, but what it actually does is throw the series' biggest weakness into sharp relief: film-making can (and does) control pretty much everything - except how the cute juvenile leads grow up. Still, director David Yates knows how to play all the cards.

Newsround gave (http://news.bbc.co.uk/cbbcnews/hi/newsid_8130000/newsid_8137900/8137906.stm)<!-- E ILIN --> the film three out of five, asking for more action: http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/nol/shared/img/v3/start_quote_rb.gif If you've not read the book you're going to find the plot pretty tough to follow at times. It feels a bit thin on BIG action scenes.

The Times' Wendy Ide gave (http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/film/film_reviews/article6658976.ece)<!-- E ILIN --> Half Blood Prince three stars out of five for being too similar to the other Potter films: http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/nol/shared/img/v3/start_quote_rb.gif The latest instalment is more of the same tried and tested formula to be sure, but it's a formula that produces pure gold as far as the fans are concerned.

Baz Bamigboye in the Daily Mail praised (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1198200/BAZ-BAMIGBOYE-Harry-Potter-Half-Blood-Prince-Harry-spell.html)<!-- E ILIN --> the film's "dark intensity" and "romantic yearning": http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/nol/shared/img/v3/start_quote_rb.gif The film looks great and Delbonnel gives the picture a modern real-world sensibility in a fantasy setting.
The dark intensity and romantic yearning on display in Half-Blood Prince compel me to await the two Deathly Hallows films with an eagerness I hadn't realised I possessed.
I must be under a spell.

Allan Hunter in the Daily Express gave (http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/112423/First-night-review-Harry-Potter-The-Half-Blood-Prince)<!-- E ILIN --> the film four out of five, saying the film was both funny and scary: http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/nol/shared/img/v3/start_quote_rb.gif It is a film of light and shade. Comic relief comes in the way all of the teenage cast members are struggling with affairs of the heart …This is storytelling at its most spellbinding - streets ahead of the rival summer blockbusters.

In the <!-- S ILIN --> Independent, 15-year-old Ella Thorold gave (http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/reviews/first-night-harry-potter-and-the-halfblood-prince-odeon-leicester-square-1736209.html) <!-- E ILIN --> Harry Potter four out of five but said the film was too different to the book:
http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/nol/shared/img/v3/start_quote_rb.gif The Half-Blood Prince is frightening, funny, romantic and entertaining but as the end credits rolled, I still felt disappointed. I had waited all year to see my second-favourite Potter book brought to life. If I wasn't a die-hard fan, I'm sure I would have loved it. My gripe is that the film was simply too different from the book - the writers inserted pointless scenes and took out others crucial to the narrative.

Hari Kuttan
9th July 2009, 04:05 PM
Harry potter :cheers:

cant waitttttt :rock:

Robert Langdon
9th July 2009, 04:11 PM
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9th July 2009, 04:12 PM
Thanks binoy :cheers: IMDByil nalla rating. Athu pole sacha baron chohente brunoyum :cheers:

Robert Langdon
9th July 2009, 04:13 PM
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Robert Langdon
9th July 2009, 04:14 PM
Thanks binoy :cheers: IMDByil nalla rating. Athu pole sacha baron chohente brunoyum :cheers:
Padam ivide 16th nu irangum... Ellam othuvannal IMAX format il thanne kaananam:kayyadi:

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9th July 2009, 04:15 PM
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Saroj Kumar
9th July 2009, 04:15 PM
Padam ivide 16th nu irangum... Ellam othuvannal IMAX format il thanne kaananam:kayyadi:
:kuli:Vere paniyille :silenced:

Hari Kuttan
9th July 2009, 04:16 PM
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Hari Kuttan
9th July 2009, 04:17 PM
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Robert Langdon
9th July 2009, 04:19 PM
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Robert Langdon
9th July 2009, 04:21 PM
:kuli:Vere paniyille :silenced:
Ee IMAX format il ithuvare onnum kandititlla.. So ithu enthaanennu ariyande.. Pinne transportation um mikkavarum free ayirikkum nammude friend nte vaka:lol:

Robert Langdon
9th July 2009, 04:24 PM
Malfoy maariya? :alochana:
Mariyittilla..Avan thanneyaa...

Saroj Kumar
9th July 2009, 04:26 PM
Ee IMAX format il ithuvare onnum kandititlla.. So ithu enthaanennu ariyande.. Pinne transportation um mikkavarum free ayirikkum nammude friend nte vaka:lol:

nadakattu nadakkattu :poda:

Robert Langdon
9th July 2009, 04:26 PM
nadakattu nadakkattu :poda:
:poda::poda:

Saroj Kumar
9th July 2009, 04:28 PM
:poda::poda:
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Hari Kuttan
9th July 2009, 04:29 PM
Mariyittilla..Avan thanneyaa...
Thnx da.. Kandappo cheriya doubt thonny.. :wink:

Saroj Kumar
9th July 2009, 04:30 PM
Thnx da.. Kandappo cheriya doubt thonny.. :wink:
Ninte phone vilikkumbozhokke switched off ennu DC paraathi parayunna kettu :pavam:

Robert Langdon
9th July 2009, 04:51 PM
Avatar :p :icecream:
Archana kutty:icecream::icecream::icecream:

Robert Langdon
9th July 2009, 04:51 PM
Ninte phone vilikkumbozhokke switched off ennu DC paraathi parayunna kettu :pavam:
Avanathu kettathum odi thalli:laugh:

Hari Kuttan
9th July 2009, 04:55 PM
Ninte phone vilikkumbozhokke switched off ennu DC paraathi parayunna kettu :pavam:
Ey chumma.. 8-[

Hari Kuttan
9th July 2009, 04:56 PM
Avanathu kettathum odi thalli:laugh:
Bha koppe.. Nirthi podaaa.. :theri:

Saroj Kumar
9th July 2009, 05:21 PM
Avanathu kettathum odi thalli:laugh:
Chankante vili vannu kaanum :kannuruttu:

Saroj Kumar
9th July 2009, 05:24 PM
Ey chumma.. 8-[
Ennaal ippo chankanodu vilikkaan parayatte :idea:

Robert Langdon
9th July 2009, 06:00 PM
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Robert Langdon
9th July 2009, 06:01 PM
Mission: Not Impossible


July 9, 2009 - It may have seemed like the franchise was done for good when Tom Cruise ended collaborations with Paramount in 2006, but buzz has it that the star has signed on for a fourth Mission: Impossible.
Following a patch-up of relations with the studio, Cruise has joined director JJ Abrams in agreeing to co-produce the sequel, aimed at a 2011 release.
“I am incredibly honoured that Tom has invited me back as a producer on Mission: Impossible 4,” said Abrams, who directed Mission: Impossible III and is responsible for hit TV shows Fringe, Lost and Alias. “Tom and I have come up with a really cool idea we are pursuing.”
A fourth Mission: Impossible will bulk up Paramount's heady array of sequels, which will include Star Trek 2 (also guided by Abrams) and a third Transformers.

Robert Langdon
16th July 2009, 01:33 AM
Naale Harry Potter & The Half Blood Prince kaanan ponu:kayyadi:

Mr.Lonely
16th July 2009, 04:17 AM
Naale Harry Potter & The Half Blood Prince kaanan ponu:kayyadi:
njan innale poyarinnu.. rathri 12:05-inu ayarinnu show.. chelappol thanne tickets sold out ayi poyi.. endu ayalum ee week allangil next week pokum :flower:

Neelan
16th July 2009, 04:37 AM
Mission: Not Impossible


July 9, 2009 - It may have seemed like the franchise was done for good when Tom Cruise ended collaborations with Paramount in 2006, but buzz has it that the star has signed on for a fourth Mission: Impossible.
Following a patch-up of relations with the studio, Cruise has joined director JJ Abrams in agreeing to co-produce the sequel, aimed at a 2011 release.
“I am incredibly honoured that Tom has invited me back as a producer on Mission: Impossible 4,” said Abrams, who directed Mission: Impossible III and is responsible for hit TV shows Fringe, Lost and Alias. “Tom and I have come up with a really cool idea we are pursuing.”
A fourth Mission: Impossible will bulk up Paramount's heady array of sequels, which will include Star Trek 2 (also guided by Abrams) and a third Transformers.
apoppan ayalum mission impossible ine ketti pidichu kondu erunnolum ....:krodham:

Neelan
17th July 2009, 06:09 AM
Dream worksgets Indian cash boost


<!-- S BO --> <!-- S IIMA --> <table align="right" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="226"> <tbody><tr><td> http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/46066000/jpg/_46066353_ambani_afp226.jpg The deal was announced on Wednesday

</td></tr> </tbody></table> <!-- E IIMA --> <!-- S SF -->The film studio Dreamworks, co-founded by Steven Spielberg, is to receive $825m for film production, the studio's Indian partner says.
Reliance ADA Group, run by Anil Ambani, is one of India's biggest entertainment groups and a key player in Bollywood, India's Hindi film industry.
Dreamworks agreed a joint venture with Mr Ambani in October last year.
The new studio will make films in the US, injecting large amounts of Indian cash into America's film industry.
<!-- E SF -->Hollywood director Steven Spielberg has made some of the biggest box office hits including ET, Schindler's List and Jaws.
Mr Ambani is the world's sixth richest man.
'Visionary step'
The deal was announced in New York on Wednesday by Mr Ambani along with Mr Spielberg and Stacey Snider of Dreamworks.
"This venture with Reliance opens a new door to our future," Mr Spielberg said in a statement.
"Their visionary step has given us a new set of dreams to work towards. Stacey and I thank them for their faith in us and their faith in the movie business," he said.
"We are delighted to partner with such uniquely talented individuals as Steven Spielberg and Stacey Snider," Mr Ambani responded.
"Ever since we looked at their business plan, I have never doubted that we would succeed in providing them with the financial muscle required to realise their dreams," he said.
Of the $825m funding announced by Reliance, the Indian company is expected to put in $325m while $325m is be raised from banks and $175m is to come from Disney.
Under the agreement, Dreamworks will make five to six films every year for global audiences.
Officials said production would commence this year for first release in 2010.

Jeff
21st July 2009, 10:11 AM
Now and Then!!

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone



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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

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Jeff
21st July 2009, 10:12 AM
Harry Potter and The Prisoner Of Azkaban

http://static.ibnlive.com/pix/slideshow/07-2009/harry-potter-stars/harry-6-630.jpg

Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire

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Jeff
21st July 2009, 10:13 AM
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix



http://static.ibnlive.com/pix/slideshow/07-2009/harry-potter-stars/harry-1-630.jpg

Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince

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sertzui
21st July 2009, 10:15 AM
Thanks.

Pillerokke vallarnu......

Robert Langdon
21st July 2009, 02:44 PM
Emma Watson:icecream::icecream:

Shambu
22nd July 2009, 12:16 PM
This is a great collection .... :) .... thanks jeff machaan :)

Neelan
22nd July 2009, 12:27 PM
Emma Watson !!! :tongue::tongue::tongue:

Shambu
22nd July 2009, 12:31 PM
A sliver of Hong Kong



Four films will be screened as part of a ‘Wong Kar Wai Retrospective’ @ Chennai

http://www.hindu.com/mp/2009/07/02/images/2009070251080701.jpg

INTENSE DRAMA From "Fallen Angels"


Indo Cine Appreciation Foundation, in association with Palador Films, organises a ‘Wong Kar Wai Retrospective’ on July 6 and 7 at the South Indian Film Chamber Theatre, 606, Anna Salai. On July 6, “In the mood for love” (6.15 p.m.) and “Fallen Angels” (7.45 p.m.) will be screened. On July 7, “Happy Together” (6.15 p.m.) and “Chungking Express” (8 p.m.) will be screened.

“In the mood for love” revolves around Chow Mo-wan, who rents a room in Honk Kong apartment building. The same day, Su Li-zhen moves in next door, soon they discover that their spouses have an affair. A very hurt Chow wants to find out how it happened.

“Fallen Angels” is about a disillusioned killer embarking on his last hit. But before that he must overcome his affection for his cool and detached partner.

“Happy Together” is the story of Yiu-Fai and Po-Wing, who come to Argentina from Hong Kong for a holiday. They part ways only to meet later, but their lives have changed, and will remain thus.

“Chungking Express” tells two stories — of two lovelorn cops and their objects of desire — one a heroin dealer, and the other, a waitress.

In the mood for love kandu ... thanks yodha for mentioning the movie....

One among the excellent movies I have seen so far... manasil sookshikkaavunna oru cinema... its an ordinary story of two people with struggled marriage backgrounds having an affair....

But the way it is shown ..... asynchronous time frames.... revolving around these two characters (I like to call them interoverts :) )... is simply marvelous
nice background music and camera... and OUTSTANDING DIRECTION...
:kayyadi::kayyadi:
I give 10/10... :)... ...

Yodha paranja baaki cinemakalum down load cheythu kaaananam taamasiyaathey... :hmm:

Malayalee
26th July 2009, 10:28 PM
Innu hangover kandu.. kidilan adult comedy aanu :drunken:

4 friends bachelor party celebrationsinu vendi las vegasil povunathu kadha..

Mike tyson guest rolil undu :rock:

navarannan
26th July 2009, 10:32 PM
In the mood for love kandu ... thanks yodha for mentioning the movie....

One among the excellent movies I have seen so far... manasil sookshikkaavunna oru cinema... its an ordinary story of two people with struggled marriage backgrounds having an affair....

But the way it is shown ..... asynchronous time frames.... revolving around these two characters (I like to call them interoverts :) )... is simply marvelous
nice background music and camera... and OUTSTANDING DIRECTION...
:kayyadi::kayyadi:
I give 10/10... :)... ...

Yodha paranja baaki cinemakalum down load cheythu kaaananam taamasiyaathey... :hmm:

INMFL ishtapttengil you will definitely like Wong Kar Wai's Chungking Express.

Another one is 2046...

navarannan
26th July 2009, 10:34 PM
Innu hangover kandu.. kidilan adult comedy aanu :drunken:

4 friends bachelor party celebrationsinu vendi las vegasil povunathu kadha..

Mike tyson guest rolil undu :rock:

Then you will defenitely like SuperBad .
Adult comedy movie aanu..

kuttoos
26th July 2009, 10:35 PM
Then you will defenitely like SuperBad .
Adult comedy movie aanu..
treasure chest:ennekollu:

Malayalee
26th July 2009, 10:39 PM
Then you will defenitely like SuperBad .
Adult comedy movie aanu..

njan adult comedy movie fan onnum alla.. anyways thnx for ur suggestion

ee Mullholand drive nalla padamano.. :kannuruttu:

Mr.Lonely
26th July 2009, 11:02 PM
Then you will defenitely like SuperBad .
Adult comedy movie aanu..
Superbad kandu chirichu chathatha aa.. kidilam comedy ayarinnu :drive:

navarannan
26th July 2009, 11:07 PM
Superbad kandu chirichu chathatha aa.. kidilam comedy ayarinnu :drive:

McLOvin madyam vaangan pokunna scene and the policu kaarumaayulla scene okke standard comedy aanu.. :whistle:

Micheal Cera yum kollam

Mr.Lonely
26th July 2009, 11:11 PM
McLOvin madyam vaangan pokunna scene and the policu kaarumaayulla scene okke standard comedy aanu.. :whistle:

Micheal Cera yum kollam
avan fake id okke kondu varunnthu okke =)) onnnu koodi kannannam :punk:

Jeff
27th July 2009, 12:19 AM
Superbad kandu chirichu chathatha aa.. kidilam comedy ayarinnu :drive:

Njan threatril poy kanda padamanu ... Aduthu oru pennayirunnu irunnathu :ayye:

Mr.Lonely
27th July 2009, 01:44 AM
Njan threatril poy kanda padamanu ... Aduthu oru pennayirunnu irunnathu :ayye:
:inlove: :D

Robert Langdon
4th August 2009, 01:56 PM
Will Smith's next -> Old Boy (2010) [Remake of Old Boy (Korean)]
directed by Steven Spielberg.. 8-)8-)8-)

Robert Langdon
4th August 2009, 02:03 PM
Mattannal "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" kaanam poyekkum...

Tony
4th August 2009, 02:05 PM
Will Smith's next -> Old Boy (2010) [Remake of Old Boy (Korean)]
directed by Steven Spielberg.. 8-)8-)8-)



chey... athu remake cheyyendayirunnu...

Robert Langdon
4th August 2009, 02:10 PM
chey... athu remake cheyyendayirunnu...
Original nekkal nannavum ennu prateeksha illa, karanam script "I am Legend" enna chavaru padathinu script cheythavan thanne (Mark Protosevich)....

Invalid_user
4th August 2009, 05:41 PM
Will Smith's next -> Old Boy (2010) [Remake of Old Boy (Korean)]
directed by Steven Spielberg.. 8-)8-)8-)



Zinda hoon main.... :karachil:

Neelan
5th August 2009, 07:54 AM
Into the wild ...Public enemies ...Knocked up ( 2nd time) ....Dirty rotten scoundrels ...

weekend movie marathon ayirunnu ....Public enemies from movies ...athra pora but Johny depp overtakes every one ..time pass movie

Into the wild kollam oru diff padam....

Mr.Lonely
5th August 2009, 09:37 AM
Original nekkal nannavum ennu prateeksha illa, karanam script "I am Legend" enna chavaru padathinu script cheythavan thanne (Mark Protosevich)....
i am legend chavaru oo????? kidilam movie ayarinnu

Robert Langdon
5th August 2009, 10:18 AM
i am legend chavaru oo????? kidilam movie ayarinnu
Pode pode, the most atrocious movie of the century :puker:

Krrish
5th August 2009, 10:50 AM
Pode pode, the most atrocious movie of the century :puker:

Dey...... PMnu response idadey......

Malayalee
5th August 2009, 10:54 AM
Pode pode, the most atrocious movie of the century :puker: watchable movie aanu.. super onnum allenkilum..

Robert Langdon
5th August 2009, 11:09 AM
Dey...... PMnu response idadey......
Ittu:hug:

Robert Langdon
5th August 2009, 11:14 AM
watchable movie aanu.. super onnum allenkilum..
Enikkentho aa padam ottum ulkollam kazhinjilla... Ente athey view ulla chilarum ivide undennu karuthunnu !
Kore vattu situations um villian aayittu one dimensional aayittulla kore morons um....:lol:

Will Smith mathram oralppam aashwasam aanennu parayam, but still that alone doesn't save the movie from not being a dud !

navarannan
6th August 2009, 11:43 PM
Most awaited movie of 2009,Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds
http://i26.tinypic.com/zl4ydg.jpghttp://i31.tinypic.com/2pze0w8.jpg

Runtime: 2 hrs 33 mins
Genre: Action/Adventure

Synopsis: Inglourious Basterds begins in German-occupied France, where Shosanna Dreyfus (Mélanie Laurent) witnesses the execution of her family at the hand of Nazi Colonel Hans Landa (Christoph Waltz)....
Elsewhere in Europe, Lieutenant Aldo Raine (Brad Pitt) organizes a group of Jewish soldiers to engage in targeted acts of retribution. Known to their enemy as "The Basterds," Raine's squad joins German actress and undercover agent Bridget Von Hammersmark (Diane Kruger) on a mission to take down the leaders of The Third Reich. Fates converge under a cinema marquee, where Shosanna is poised to carry out a revenge plan of her own

Shambu
7th August 2009, 10:18 PM
Enikkentho aa padam ottum ulkollam kazhinjilla... Ente athey view ulla chilarum ivide undennu karuthunnu !
Kore vattu situations um villian aayittu one dimensional aayittulla kore morons um....:lol:

Will Smith mathram oralppam aashwasam aanennu parayam, but still that alone doesn't save the movie from not being a dud !

Me too agree.. but I liked one movie named "28 days later" ... this is of the same genre .... but a great one...

Robert Langdon
8th August 2009, 06:21 PM
Me too agree.. but I liked one movie named "28 days later" ... this is of the same genre .... but a great one...
Download cheythu vechittund 28 Days Later... Kaananam... :cheers:

Neelan
10th August 2009, 12:05 PM
New York, I Love You

In theaters: October 16, 2009 Copyright © 2009 Vivendi Entertainment
http://images.apple.com/trailers/independent/images/newyorkiloveyou_200908061115.jpg





In the city that never sleeps, love is always on the mind. Those passions come to life in NEW YORK, I LOVE YOU – a collaboration of storytelling from some of today’s most imaginative filmmakers and featuring an all-star cast. Together they create a kaleidoscope of the spontaneous, surprising, electrifying human connections that pump the city’s heartbeat. Sexy, funny, haunting and revealing encounters unfold beneath the Manhattan skyline. From Tribeca to Central Park to Brooklyn the story weaves a tale of love as diverse as the very fabric of New York itself.

View more (http://www.apple.com/trailers/independent/newyorkiloveyou/#)

Genre:Drama (http://www.apple.com/trailers/genres/drama/), Romance (http://www.apple.com/trailers/genres/romance/)
Director:Jian Wen, Mira Nair, Shunji Iwai, Yvan Attal, Brett Ratner, Allen Hughes, Shekhar Kapur<!-- switch cast on -->
Cast:Bradley Cooper, Justin Bartha, Andy Garcia, Hayden Christensen, Rachel Bilson, Natalie Portman, Irrfan Khan

navarannan
18th August 2009, 10:34 PM
2009 movies which got into IMDBTop 250
---------------------------------------
26. 8.6 District 9 (2009)
27. 8.6 Up (2009)
104. 8.3 Star Trek (2009)
110. 8.3 (500) Days of Summer (2009)
191. 8.1 The Hangover (2009)

Specifically interested in District9.. Im going to download and watch it soon...

navarannan
18th August 2009, 10:36 PM
Most awaited movie of 2009,Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds
http://i26.tinypic.com/zl4ydg.jpghttp://i31.tinypic.com/2pze0w8.jpg

Runtime: 2 hrs 33 mins
Genre: Action/Adventure

Synopsis: Inglourious Basterds begins in German-occupied France, where Shosanna Dreyfus (Mélanie Laurent) witnesses the execution of her family at the hand of Nazi Colonel Hans Landa (Christoph Waltz)....
Elsewhere in Europe, Lieutenant Aldo Raine (Brad Pitt) organizes a group of Jewish soldiers to engage in targeted acts of retribution. Known to their enemy as "The Basterds," Raine's squad joins German actress and undercover agent Bridget Von Hammersmark (Diane Kruger) on a mission to take down the leaders of The Third Reich. Fates converge under a cinema marquee, where Shosanna is poised to carry out a revenge plan of her own


Just 3 more days... Theatrical Release:Aug 21, 2009 Wide
:hurray:

navarannan
18th August 2009, 10:40 PM
Plot Summary for Moon

Sam Bell has a three year contract to work for Lunar Industries. For the contract's entire duration, he is the sole employee based at their lunar station. His primary job responsibility is to harvest and periodically rocket back to Earth supplies of helium-3, the current clean and abundant fuel used on Earth. There is no direct communication link available between the lunar station and Earth, so his only direct real-time interaction is with GERTY, the intelligent computer whose function is to attend to his day to day needs. With such little human contact and all of it indirect, he feels that three years is far too long to be so isolated; he knows he is beginning to hallucinate as the end of his three years approaches. All he wants is to return to Earth to be with his wife Tess and their infant daughter Eve, who was born just prior to his leaving for this job. With two weeks to go, he gets into an accident at one of the mechanical harvesters and is rendered unconscious. Injured, he awakens back at the station in the infirmary, he assumes assisted by GERTY. GERTY tells him that a rescue team named Eliza will come to the station to clean up the aftermath of the accident. After his recuperation, he takes an unauthorized trip back to the broken harvester, where he makes an unexpected discovery. Because of his find, he begins to doubt his sanity, then his true identity, then the company and GERTY's willingness to do what is best for him. Because of his resulting beliefs, his sole mission becomes how to get back to Earth on his own.

--Courtesy IMDB--

Robert Langdon
18th August 2009, 10:42 PM
Hey guys, checkout the rating of District 9 which is at #26 in IMDB Top250...

District 9 (2009) (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1136608/)

navarannan
18th August 2009, 10:43 PM
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navarannan
18th August 2009, 10:44 PM
Hey guys, checkout the rating of District 9 which is at #26 in IMDB Top250...

District 9 (2009) (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1136608/)

Yup... Im surprised..

Antony Moses
18th August 2009, 10:45 PM
2009 movies which got into IMDBTop 250
---------------------------------------
26. 8.6 District 9 (2009)
27. 8.6 Up (2009)
104. 8.3 Star Trek (2009)
110. 8.3 (500) Days of Summer (2009)
191. 8.1 The Hangover (2009)

Specifically interested in District9.. Im going to download and watch it soon...
IMDB database is prone to new good releases suddenly leaping to the top. I remember The Dark Knight becoming No.1 for a few days after it's release.

Ennalum "Up" kaananam. Unanimously super reviews aanu. BTW, District 9 aarudeya? Kettitillalo?

Antony Moses
18th August 2009, 10:47 PM
Just 3 more days... Theatrical Release:Aug 21, 2009 Wide
:hurray:
:hurray: Pittinde avasanathe hero role alle?

navarannan
18th August 2009, 10:47 PM
Hey guys, checkout the rating of District 9 which is at #26 in IMDB Top250...

District 9 (2009) (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1136608/)

Again its Alien on Earth stuff..... :speechless:

navarannan
18th August 2009, 10:49 PM
IMDB database is prone to new good releases suddenly leaping to the top. I remember The Dark Knight becoming No.1 for a few days after it's release.

Ennalum "Up" kaananam. Unanimously super reviews aanu. BTW, District 9 aarudeya? Kettitillalo?

Directed by Neill Blomkamp... Kettitti polum illa..:wub:

Robert Langdon
18th August 2009, 10:50 PM
IMDB database is prone to new good releases suddenly leaping to the top. I remember The Dark Knight becoming No.1 for a few days after it's release.

Ennalum "Up" kaananam. Unanimously super reviews aanu. BTW, District 9 aarudeya? Kettitillalo?
Dark Knight ippozhum Top10 il und:punk:

navarannan
18th August 2009, 10:50 PM
:hurray: Pittinde avasanathe hero role alle?

athenda Pitt marichupoya?

Antony Moses
18th August 2009, 10:54 PM
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Antony Moses
18th August 2009, 10:54 PM
athenda Pitt marichupoya?
Pulli retire cheyyugayalle?

Brad Pitt to retire? : Rediff.com movies (http://movies.rediff.com/report/2009/aug/03/brad-pitt-to-retire.htm)

Robert Langdon
18th August 2009, 10:56 PM
Pulli retire cheyyugayalle?

Brad Pitt to retire? : Rediff.com movies (http://movies.rediff.com/report/2009/aug/03/brad-pitt-to-retire.htm)
Are Brad Pitt's retirement threats just one big act?

The star's claim he may soon quit echoes that of Hugh Grant and Keanu Reeves. But will their limelight-shunning prove to be a short-lived mid-life crisis?



More in http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/filmblog/2009/aug/18/brad-pitt-hugh-grant-keanu-reeves-retirement

Antony Moses
18th August 2009, 10:56 PM
Dark Knight ippozhum Top10 il und:punk:
Agreed. Pakshe it was number 1 once, even ahead of Shashankan redemption and Godfather. :kiki:

navarannan
18th August 2009, 11:00 PM
Pulli retire cheyyugayalle?

Brad Pitt to retire? : Rediff.com movies (http://movies.rediff.com/report/2009/aug/03/brad-pitt-to-retire.htm)

Ithokke aarelum viswasikkumo... See this list of his movies..

Moneyball (2011) (in production) .... Billy Beane
The Odyssey (2012) (announced) (rumored)
The Sparrow (2010) (announced) (rumored)
The Lost City of Z (2010) (pre-production) .... Col. Percy Fawcett
Oobermind (2010) (post-production) (voice) .... Metro Man
The Tree of Life (2009) (post-production) .... Mr. O'Brien

Antony Moses
18th August 2009, 11:03 PM
Ithokke aarelum viswasikkumo... See this list of his movies..

Moneyball (2011) (in production) .... Billy Beane
The Odyssey (2012) (announced) (rumored)
The Sparrow (2010) (announced) (rumored)
The Lost City of Z (2010) (pre-production) .... Col. Percy Fawcett
Oobermind (2010) (post-production) (voice) .... Metro Man
The Tree of Life (2009) (post-production) .... Mr. O'Brien
Diggu shutup. :silenced:

Robert Langdon
18th August 2009, 11:08 PM
Agreed. Pakshe it was number 1 once, even ahead of Shashankan redemption and Godfather. :kiki:
Shashankan o :evil: Shawshank :salute:

Godfather ithuvare kandittilla, chelar ivide parayunnathu kettittund overrated aanennu...

navarannan
18th August 2009, 11:08 PM
Anna I think u have put the wrong description there. (500) days of summer is a earthbound comedy film.

Thankks diggu.. just edit ur quote to avoid confusion :clapping:

Antony Moses
18th August 2009, 11:15 PM
Shashankan o :evil: Shawshank :salute:

Godfather ithuvare kandittilla, chelar ivide parayunnathu kettittund overrated aanennu...
Ippo kanumbo "ithenthonu" ennu thonnum.

Pakshe athinu kaaranam aa moviekku shesham athine anukarichu oru aayiram films irangiyathu kondaanu. Including our own Sarkar by RGV.

It was a pioneering effort in many ways, the use of light, sophisticated hyper violence, subtle music in a violent gangster movie, etc etc.

Must see aanu Binoy.

Antony Moses
18th August 2009, 11:16 PM
Thankks diggu.. just edit ur quote to avoid confusion :clapping:
Done :happy:

Mallik Bhai
18th August 2009, 11:36 PM
Godfather overrated eh! Gr8 findin whoev told so!

Mr.Cool
20th August 2009, 06:44 PM
Radio interview with Tarantino
http://download.kcrw.com/audio/143049/tt_2009-08-19-174831.mp3

SuryaVanshi
21st August 2009, 12:11 AM
http://decima_musa.zip.net/images/somewhere-in-time.jpg

Somewhere in Time ena padam kurachu kandu baaki koode kananam valiya gunam illa romance anu punarjanma katha ano enoru dout...:o

navarannan
21st August 2009, 10:55 PM
Aah finally Inglorious Basterds hit the screens worldwide..

84 % with 61 reviews on rotten tomatoes. :Yahoo::Yahoo:

As a reference...
96% Pulp Fiction
95% Reservoir Dogs

86% Inglourious Basterds

85% Kill Bill Vol. 1
85% Kill Bill Vol. 2
85% Jackie Brown
61% Death Proof

Antony Moses
21st August 2009, 11:19 PM
http://decima_musa.zip.net/images/somewhere-in-time.jpg

Somewhere in Time ena padam kurachu kandu baaki koode kananam valiya gunam illa romance anu punarjanma katha ano enoru dout...:o
Alla. Nalla oru timepass flick aanu. Twist ending aanu.

Antony Moses
21st August 2009, 11:21 PM
Aah finally Inglorious Basterds hit the screens worldwide..

84 % with 61 reviews on rotten tomatoes. :Yahoo::Yahoo:

As a reference...
96% Pulp Fiction
95% Reservoir Dogs

86% Inglourious Basterds

85% Kill Bill Vol. 1
85% Kill Bill Vol. 2
85% Jackie Brown
61% Death Proof
:kidilam:

navarannan
22nd August 2009, 12:49 AM
Listened to the OST of Inglorious Basterds..

Superb...

Hari Kuttan
28th August 2009, 05:06 PM
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (2009) (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1054606/)

Initial reaction is extremely positive.. Wow can't wait.. I'm a big fan of Ledger.. :salut:

Robert Langdon
28th August 2009, 05:25 PM
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (2009) (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1054606/)

Initial reaction is extremely positive.. Wow can't wait.. I'm a big fan of Ledger.. :salut:
Ledger nte last film aayondolla hype aanonnu varum divasangalil kandariyaam...

An excerpt from a review in IMDB


it is impossible to review this film trying to ignore what impact Heath Ledger's passing had

Hari Kuttan
28th August 2009, 06:09 PM
Ledger nte last film aayondolla hype aanonnu varum divasangalil kandariyaam...

An excerpt from a review in IMDB

I agree.. Might be like TDK.. Still I cant wait to see him on the screen :salut:

Robert Langdon
28th August 2009, 06:10 PM
I agree.. Might be like TDK.. Still I cant wait to see him on the screen :salut:
TDK, hypeolam thanne padavum kikkiduvaarunnu, athond aa pidi vidu !

Antony Moses
28th August 2009, 06:17 PM
TDK, hypeolam thanne padavum kikkiduvaarunnu, athond aa pidi vidu !
Pakshe Ledger poyillarunnuvengil athrem attention kittumayirunnilla...

TDK pole thanne kiduaayirunnu The Prestigum. Pakshe Prestiginu athrem attention kittilla. Remember how TDK even replaced Shawshank as N0.1 IMDB movie immediately after it's release??

Robert Langdon
28th August 2009, 06:22 PM
Pakshe Ledger poyillarunnuvengil athrem attention kittumayirunnilla...

TDK pole thanne kiduaayirunnu The Prestigum. Pakshe Prestiginu athrem attention kittilla. Remember how TDK even replaced Shawshank as N0.1 IMDB movie immediately after it's release??
Yep.. Oru extra mileage athu kond kittiyittund for sure...

Yeah... Prestige was really a superlative effort like TDK... Prestige had a bit more powerful script for me..Direction wise randum equally superb !

Hari Kuttan
28th August 2009, 06:24 PM
TDK, hypeolam thanne padavum kikkiduvaarunnu, athond aa pidi vidu !
Imdb top 2 or 3il okke undayirunnu aa padam.. Athrakkokke undo? For me it's below Memento and Prestige.


Pakshe Ledger poyillarunnuvengil athrem attention kittumayirunnilla...

TDK pole thanne kiduaayirunnu The Prestigum. Pakshe Prestiginu athrem attention kittilla. Remember how TDK even replaced Shawshank as N0.1 IMDB movie immediately after it's release??
+1.. Athre njanum paranjullu..

TDK was good, but overrated due to ledgers death.. But honestly it was easily one of the best ever perfomances I've seen.. Loved it more than Jack nicholson's Joker.. :DJ:

Hari Kuttan
28th August 2009, 06:26 PM
Yep.. Oru extra mileage athu kond kittiyittund for sure...

Yeah... Prestige was really a superlative effort like TDK... Prestige had a bit more powerful script for me..Direction wise randum equally superb !
Direction okke ella Nolan filmsilum ore pole kidu anu.. But as a movie easily Prestige & Memento r above TDK for me! :choolam:

TDK never > Shawshank redemption by ANY stretch of imagination.

Robert Langdon
28th August 2009, 06:30 PM
TDK never > Shawshank redemption by ANY stretch of imagination.

Aaennu aarelum paranjode:ennekollu:

Hari Kuttan
28th August 2009, 06:33 PM
Aaennu aarelum paranjode:ennekollu:
Imdbyil top 1il vannathanu TDK..

So I said it was overrated..

Appo nee TDKye vittu pidikkan paranju..

Adhukondu paranju enne ullu..

Invalid_user
28th August 2009, 06:34 PM
Imdbyil top 1il vannathanu TDK..

So I said it was overrated..

Appo nee TDKye vittu pidikkan paranju..

Adhukondu paranju enne ullu..

Nee karayenda, sammathichu... :(:

Robert Langdon
28th August 2009, 06:35 PM
Nee karayenda, sammathichu... :(:
:valiya_chiri::valiya_chiri:

Antony Moses
28th August 2009, 06:36 PM
Pilleru...:fubar: :enthottu:

Robert Langdon
28th August 2009, 06:36 PM
Pilleru...:fubar: : enthonnu:
Kilavanmar:lee:

Antony Moses
28th August 2009, 06:37 PM
Kilavanmar:lee:
Da Garvasisne pirinjirkkan pattathe alleda nee avidunno naalethanne kettum ketti varunathu???

Robert Langdon
28th August 2009, 06:51 PM
Da Garvasisne pirinjirkkan pattathe alleda nee avidunno naalethanne kettum ketti varunathu???
Naale allallo pokunne8-)

SuryaVanshi
28th August 2009, 07:44 PM
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_WMjhzeypX5o/SmMgzj7R6BI/AAAAAAAADoM/LckEJmVYM_0/s400/amelie.jpg

In a bid to provide the world cinema to its viewers, UTV World Movies presents Amelie as the movie of the month on August 29 at 8.30 pm.

Amelie is a simple girl with simple pleasures in life. Be it skipping stones in a canal or guessing how many people all over Paris are having orgasm at the same time. Amelie’s uncomplicated life takes a turn when she successfully resolves to the mission of making others happy.

The entire movie from then on is a deliciously funny spiral as Amelie’s matchmaking and mending schemes multiply in twists, turns and complications.

The movie features Audrey Tautou.

Shambu
28th August 2009, 07:48 PM
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_WMjhzeypX5o/SmMgzj7R6BI/AAAAAAAADoM/LckEJmVYM_0/s400/amelie.jpg

In a bid to provide the world cinema to its viewers, UTV World Movies presents Amelie as the movie of the month on August 29 at 8.30 pm.

Amelie is a simple girl with simple pleasures in life. Be it skipping stones in a canal or guessing how many people all over Paris are having orgasm at the same time. Amelie’s uncomplicated life takes a turn when she successfully resolves to the mission of making others happy.

The entire movie from then on is a deliciously funny spiral as Amelie’s matchmaking and mending schemes multiply in twists, turns and complications.

The movie features Audrey Tautou.

Ival alley Davincy Code il abhinayichathu...??

SuryaVanshi
28th August 2009, 07:52 PM
Ival alley Davincy Code il abhinayichathu...??

Yes athile look vere anu she is french actress Amelie kidilam padam anu ...

Jeff
29th August 2009, 02:53 AM
Final Destination 4 opens today in 3D :kayyadi:

x-MR-onocy0

Appukuttan
29th August 2009, 03:01 AM
etha ee TDK padam..?? :asooya:..athinte Full neme Enhta??

Appukuttan
29th August 2009, 03:03 AM
Final Destination 4 opens today in 3D :kayyadi:

x-MR-onocy0
:gdance:kalips....

Tony
29th August 2009, 03:07 AM
thanks jeff... ithu 3d'il kandal chankidichu chaavum...

Mr.Lonely
29th August 2009, 03:10 AM
thanks Jeff.. similar ayittu ulla vere oru trailer tv-il kandarinnu

kiroo
29th August 2009, 03:10 AM
kollaam jeff kollaaam.....

Krrish
29th August 2009, 09:20 AM
TITANIC enna All Time Blockbusterinu shesham James Cameroon is back.... with Avatar.....

j6AAt-oV3wE (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6AAt-oV3wE)

starlord
29th August 2009, 09:57 AM
Final Destination 4 opens today in 3D :kayyadi:

x-MR-onocy0

Itthu polleoru chatha movie njan itthu vare njan kadittilla........ ithinte ella movieyum........ same story.... . annu. entthinnu vendiyanno. ivanmarru. orooro partukal igane irakunnathu....... :pukel::pukel::pukel:

Antony Moses
29th August 2009, 10:16 AM
TITANIC enna All Time Blockbusterinu shesham James Cameroon is back.... with Avatar.....

j6AAt-oV3wE (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6AAt-oV3wE)
Star Wars meet Narnia

Shambu
29th August 2009, 10:32 AM
Final Destination.... kalippaanallo.. ividey theatr il vannaal mathiyaayirunnu...:blush:

navarannan
29th August 2009, 11:56 PM
Much awaited movie of Cristopher Nolan, Incception trailer is out..

Have a glimpse of it

Trailers Clips: Inception - Teaser Trailer (http://www.rottentomatoes.com/dor/objects/14322233/inception/videos/inception_trlr_082609.html)

navarannan
30th August 2009, 12:18 AM
An Interview of Penelope Cruz, Perdo Almodover's leading lady of choice.

Her latest movie is Pedro's Broken Embraces after Volver..

Broken Embraces is your fourth film with Pedro Almodovar. What's so special about working with him?

Penelope Cruz: We have developed this working relationship and this friendship now for many years. He was the reason why I decided to become an actress, because of the admiration I felt for him.

Do you and Pedro work on a character for a long time?

PC: We rehearsed every day for three and a half months for Broken Embraces. I like having that time. Just to find things, to be able to make mistakes, to try different ways to do a scene.

Do you drop everything when Pedro has a film role for you?

PC: He always tells me many, many months before. Sometimes a year before. Then if I know he wants to shoot there and he wants me to do it, I just skip everything so I am free.

You're rocking an Audrey Hepburn look in this one. Is she an inspiration to you?

PC: Yes, always. She was a great actress. She had a very special quality. She was magic, that woman.

Is she your favourite actress?

PC: My favourite actress is Meryl Streep. Oh, and Anna Magnani.

Do you still want to work with Lars Von Trier?

PC: Well, I haven't seen Antichrist, but yes I still want to work with him!

Do you remember how you first broke into the movies?

PC: It was for Jamon Jamon. I felt very surprised that I was getting yes as an answer for the first audition that I did. It was really the beginning of a big change in my life, because after that I stated working all the time.

You've starred in everything from Westerns to sci-fi films. How do you decide whether to say yes to a role?

PC: The script, the director, the role... You just have to feel as though you can do something with it. In order to make anybody else feel anything with that character, you have to feel something first.

Do nude scenes and sex scenes bother you?

PC: It's difficult to answer. I have fear, always on the set. Insecurity to the point where the first week I always think I could be fired. I think that's a fear most actors have. But Pedro can intimidate me more than anybody. Because I care so much about him and I don't want to disappoint him.

What has it been like since winning the Oscar for Vicky Cristina Barcelona?

PC: I feel everything has gone very fast. And I need to take a few months or a year away from work. To really digest this whole adventure.

Are you better at dealing with your nerves now?

PC: No, I just get used to working while I'm nervous and insecure. It doesn't change that much after the second week or the second month. It stays. It's just a very, very exciting thing that has happened. I don't know about the confidence!

Is it true that you take your Oscar everywhere with you?

PC: No, not now. But I did it for three weeks, I took it everywhere with me. I even took it to the beach one day. Because I was so excited! I would wake up and look at it and say, 'No, that's not mine. How could this happen?'

Is there something you always take with you when you travel?

PC: My grandmother's ring.

You have your own production company. Are you working on some movies now?

PC: Yes. But the things I am starting to develop, I don't want to talk about them. Because they are still very green.

Is there a biopic you'd love to tackle?

PC: Yeah, there is one. That's one of the projects that we are developing. But I won't tell you it! Because then I feel like I am talking about it too soon instead of putting my energy into doing it.

Do you find making movies exhausting?

PC: Yeah, that's why I'm not going to work for the rest of the year. I can make one a year. One movie a year. I'm going to work promoting this movie and promoting Nine. But I'm not going to shoot another movie.

Nine is the musical you're doing next?

PC: Yes, it's a fresh and new thing, but it's 100 percent inspired by 8 ½. The story is the same one of Guido and his creative crisis. I play Carla, the mistress of Daniel Day-Lewis. I think Daniel is going to be incredible in it.

What made you want to do it?

PC: I love this character. I can't believe I got this role. I did five castings to get the movie, because of the dancing and the singing. I was a student of dance for many years, but Nine is the first time that I do a musical. It was a lot of fun, but it was scary also. Most of my scenes are with Daniel Day-Lewis. He's incredible. Such a gentleman.

Did you know that Pedro said you're the only woman he's ever thought of having a child with?

PC: What?

That's what he said!

PC: Because he says it to me and I think he's joking. But then he says it to you! So... I think he was probably joking. But I don't know. I will ask him again if he was joking. I mean, I know he's joking... It's Pedro!

SuryaVanshi
6th September 2009, 07:50 PM
Keanu Reeves 'to play Rama in new movie Hanuman'

6 Sep 2009, 1528 hrs IST, ANI

http://blog.taragana.com/e/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/keanu-reeves.jpg

NEVADA: The Matrix star Keanu Reeves will play Rama in an upcoming movie titled Hanuman, according to reports.


Gary Oldman (Nil by Mouth) will reportedly play Ravana, while Aamir Khan (Lagaan) has supposedly been approached to play lead Hanuman.

Search is still on to find an international face to play Sita in this movie reportedly being directed by Chuck Russell (The Mask) and produced by Uru Patel (Cyborg 2).

Shooting is reportedly expected to start towards the end of this year in Rajasthan (India), while the rest will be made in Hollywood studios.

However, the film reports have let Hindus in a fix.

Acclaimed Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA), said that if makers of proposed movie "Hanuman" intended to base the storyline on epic Ramayana, make references to it, or portray Hindu gods/goddesses in the movie, they would urge the makers to stay true to the story and the spirit of the timeless epic and other Hindu scriptures.

Zed, who is president of Universal Society of Hinduism, further said that Ramayana was a highly revered scripture of Hinduism. Hollywood was welcome to make a movie about Ramayana but the final product should be the true depiction of it and not a fantasized or a re-imagined version to fit the Hollywood machine, which was likely to hurt the Hindu sentiments. Moreover, as Hinduism was largely misunderstood outside India, the distortion would add to the confusion. Hinduism was the oldest and third largest religion of the world with about one billion adherents and a rich philosophical thought and it should not be taken lightly.

Zed further said that Ramayana was an integral part of Hinduism and was held in such reverence that Hindus believed that simply reading/hearing of it showered blessings upon the reader/listener. Rama, the hero of Ramayana, was incarnation of Lord Vishnu, and was worshipped by Hindus.

Ramayana, an ancient Sanskrit scripture, consists of 24,000 stanzas, explores various themes, including human existence, concept of dharma, etc.

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/ET-Cetera/Keanu-Reeves-to-play-Rama-in-new-movie/articleshow/4978390.cms

SuryaVanshi
6th September 2009, 07:53 PM
District 9 arenkilum kando ? kidu report

YouTube - District 9 Trailer (HD) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSgLOvH_MMk)

YouTube - District 9 - Official Trailer 2 [HD] (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6PDlMggROA&feature=fvw)

Mr.Lonely
6th September 2009, 08:32 PM
District 9 nallathu ennu kettu especially climax okke :roll:

Antony Moses
7th September 2009, 12:08 AM
Keanu Reeves 'to play Rama in new movie Hanuman'

6 Sep 2009, 1528 hrs IST, ANI

http://blog.taragana.com/e/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/keanu-reeves.jpg

NEVADA: The Matrix star Keanu Reeves will play Rama in an upcoming movie titled Hanuman, according to reports.


Gary Oldman (Nil by Mouth) will reportedly play Ravana, while Aamir Khan (Lagaan) has supposedly been approached to play lead Hanuman.

Search is still on to find an international face to play Sita in this movie reportedly being directed by Chuck Russell (The Mask) and produced by Uru Patel (Cyborg 2).

Shooting is reportedly expected to start towards the end of this year in Rajasthan (India), while the rest will be made in Hollywood studios.

However, the film reports have let Hindus in a fix.

Acclaimed Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA), said that if makers of proposed movie "Hanuman" intended to base the storyline on epic Ramayana, make references to it, or portray Hindu gods/goddesses in the movie, they would urge the makers to stay true to the story and the spirit of the timeless epic and other Hindu scriptures.

Zed, who is president of Universal Society of Hinduism, further said that Ramayana was a highly revered scripture of Hinduism. Hollywood was welcome to make a movie about Ramayana but the final product should be the true depiction of it and not a fantasized or a re-imagined version to fit the Hollywood machine, which was likely to hurt the Hindu sentiments. Moreover, as Hinduism was largely misunderstood outside India, the distortion would add to the confusion. Hinduism was the oldest and third largest religion of the world with about one billion adherents and a rich philosophical thought and it should not be taken lightly.

Zed further said that Ramayana was an integral part of Hinduism and was held in such reverence that Hindus believed that simply reading/hearing of it showered blessings upon the reader/listener. Rama, the hero of Ramayana, was incarnation of Lord Vishnu, and was worshipped by Hindus.

Ramayana, an ancient Sanskrit scripture, consists of 24,000 stanzas, explores various themes, including human existence, concept of dharma, etc.

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/ET-Cetera/Keanu-Reeves-to-play-Rama-in-new-movie/articleshow/4978390.cms
Ithu kozhappathilekkanallo...