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What Movie did you Watch Today????????

Discussion in 'Movies' started by Victoryman, Jan 4, 2009.

  1. Ragavisang

    Ragavisang Silver IL'ite

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    watched Social Dilemma -Docufilm and very good eyeopen and scary at the same time. found this in Wiki

    countermeasures to protect oneself against social media:

    • Turn off notifications or reduce the number of notifications you receive
    • Uninstall social media and news apps that are wasting time
    • Use a search engine that does not store search history, like Qwant
    • Use browser extensions to block recommendations
    • Fact-check before sharing, liking, or commenting when the information looks surprising
    • Obtain sources of information with different perspectives, including sources one might disagree with
    • Do not give devices to children; no screen time.
    • Never accept recommended video on YouTube, Facebook or anywhere
    • Try to avoid any clickbait material
    • Keep devices out of the bedroom after a certain time
    • Do not allow social media use until children reach high school
     
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    Mistt IL Hall of Fame

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    Watched comedy thriller Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya. Must watch gripping movie with a good message. Suspense and twists kept me very interested throughout movie. Naveen Polishetty's debut movie but his performance grabs the attention of audience and he did the screenplay too.
    New Director swaroop RSJ has done a fantastic job and I liked the narration of story and the way of revealing twists.
     
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  3. Ragavisang

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    Watched Teddy. time pass.
     
  4. vidhyalakshmid

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    Great Indian kitchen - Still can`t believe Kerala has homes like that. Servants are not preferred, the homemaker has to do everything. The family shown here is not poor one. Movie is also slow moving by repeatedly showing the cleaning, cleaning and cllllleaning. I appreciate the heroine`s decision at the end, but can`t accept the time limit she bears all the burdens. Some touching and emotional scenes during intimacy.
     
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    Great Indian Kitchen-
    Yes there are many abuses towards women still but this one is a legacy abuse. I saw this happeneing I think 30 yrs ago.

    This movie is just raging all women including ones who have positive helping husbands. Inculding women whi have maids and cooks. It has pressed that button.

    I like the acting and the raw feeling of it but I dont think the family in the movie represents even a small percentage of pouplation today ( sitting away on periods etc). Also Kerala has women-empowered families since ages now. This movie also potrays as if hindu women has it even worse in particular which is not true...

    People who can realte will have good watch all thru. I could not relate but still it wasnt a bad one in terms of acting.
     
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    I also felt that the director tries to target Hindu families and their rituals. What you said is true that Kerala has women empowered families with the highest literacy rate and great share in maternal property.
     

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