Typical of a student @ holiday, my favorite pastime in India was movies. Believe me I saw some real nerve wracking movies in those 30 days. Tamil, English and Hindi, there was one thing that united all these movies. The audacity of the producers, the brilliance of the directors, the judgement of the actors contributing to the pathos of the audience.
If I make a movie like that, I would pay the audience for the pain they have to endure. Well, If you ever happen to endure the pain of watching these movies.. make an effort to make the people aware of such cancerous movies.
Aadhi - The Mobile Fire Engine. Narasimha was so much more realistic than this. The car dash scene, the ads in the movie for everything from Nair Tea Kadai to Naidu hall and the ultimate fire extinguishing scene. My God, these guyz must be Kinder Garden Drop outs to make such logicless movies.
Paramasivan - In the whole movie, Ajith looked like some morphed figure. A monster face, girlish hair cut on a tiny body. Mismatch all the way. I dont know what was thrilling abt the movie. If they can make some1 sleep during the movie, they must have done a read good job at producing an intolerable movie
Saravana - Its high time simbu realize that he cant make ppl laugh.. and the only thing to laugh abt in the movie was the simbu-Jyothika pair. He is little but can never be a super star. But All said n done, this was a better movie than the first 2 nightmares.
Shikar - I become hysterical when I think abt this movie. The promos were so misleading and it was like a movie taken for forest and wildlife protection movie. The lesser said the better it is for my blog. A hopeless stupid movie
15, Park Avenue - There is a limit to let the ppl imagine what they want to. But u cant imagine the unimaginable. Apart from a few good moments in the movie and a great star cast, the director has left her job to the viewers.
King Kong - A 3 and a half hour Mega Serial comprising exlusive footage from Jurassic Park, Lost World, Godzilla and many other hit movies. There is not an iota of effort to bring in some sorta original thinking in this movie.
There is no wonder y Rang De Basanti's and Kanda Naal Mudhal become such big commercial hits despite being just nice and decent mediocre movies. I read somewhere..“A hungry man is not a free man.”