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    Vedalam..piece of crap this is ajit's version of sura..dey siva, u got lucky with veeram.. Unaku 2nd chance kudathathe periya thappu.. U will ruin ajit's career if you continue working with him..
    Only plus is aaluma doluma..surudhi looks weird.. Lip job i think.. And why shes even in the movie

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    ~Edited ~
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    Done.. but movie dandanaka dan

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    Annabelle

    Skipped this movie in theatre because of the loads of negative reviews. Watched it in home video last night and found it decent.

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    Why new movie reviews are not posted in respective threads?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahen View Post
    Vedalam..piece of crap this is ajit's version of sura..dey siva, u got lucky with veeram.. Unaku 2nd chance kudathathe periya thappu.. U will ruin ajit's career if you continue working with him..
    Only plus is aaluma doluma..surudhi looks weird.. Lip job i think.. And why shes even in the movie
    If I say the same, its cooked up review it seems

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    Vedalam - Did not like it. A couple of mass scenes for the fans to rejoice and the entire remaining film looked like a filler.

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    Mr. GreyShirt : "If you guys are talking about Bond movies then you gotta talk about the credit music. How was the Spectre's music? "

    Sam Simth's single "Writing's on the Wall" features as the Bond Title Song in the film Spectre. It has more character to it, and if you have watched the film, you will easily relate it to the name of the single. And this time, Bond goes for flames and the hair of the dancing beauties are flying ashes. Simply superb definitions if you get to watch it on 4K.

    Everything about the movie is great - Hinx & Mr.White were convincing. The Jaguar C-X75/Aston DB10 chase was spectacular.

    Will talk about the movie in the Foreign Films thread, later.

    Spectre - "Welcome, James. It's been a long time, and, finally, here we are."
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaybaskar View Post
    Annabelle
    Ed Warren, Lorraine Warren & the doll named Annabelle are real and the story is not based but inspired from real-life suituation. The museum where they put the doll exists. That's what makes watching the movie chilling. And yes, its quite decent for a horror flick.
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