Discussion in 'Movies' started by anika987, Apr 17, 2020.
did they show who is esu in the movie. was looking
Joji is Macbeth, nicely taken. King betrayal and the prince.
Vakeel Saab...hm.. if you have already seen pink, it is predicatble.
I saw Peanut Butter Falcon.... oh I loved it really...
A priest and a police officer try to solve a set of mysterious suicides. As their investigation closes in, they discover another crime with even farther-reaching consequences.
I saw pink, and it is right to the point. The first and last movie(so far) which I went alone to a move theatre.
For Vakeel Sabb movie, my opinion: It is good a well known actor is chosen for this role, so it reaches more peop;e. But The Vakeel Saab is promoted more as hero worship etc I felt, did the ]girls got their due/appreciation anywhere in real?
If all director and hero and producers promoted the movie "for the point it is made (no means no)", and limelight was given to the girls (mainly by the big hero) that is when the message of the movie goes correctly to huge audience, which is not done in my opinion.
overall, Good that, movie is made with that subject.
Uppena - Nice one, songs are melodious, Vijay sethupathi rocked as usual.
Watched Pink and tamil version Nerkonda parvai. Yes, No means NO
Watched kumbalangi nights on Amazon Prime today. Oh what a climax....Fahadh stuns in every movie every role.
True, I too watched both movies but Vakeel Sabb lacked the flavor of how PINK has reached to audience. Vakeel Saab just elevated Pavan Kalyan's heroism to help his political career. I really like the movie Pink how it is.
Overall the movie is very good. Storyline, backdrop and natural acting. I find the casual feel throughout the movie, that`s what the secret of the malayalam movies success.
Nice list. I have watched already some in this list. Yesterday wachted where hope grows movie. It was nice and bright a smile