Snow May Dampen Villu’s Prospects

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  1. vijaykrishna   January 10, 2009 at 3:36 pm

    hey guys…do try to review Mozhi and Abhiyum Naanum … 🙂 Responds;

    Reviewed Mozhi already …scared of Trisha vis-a-vis Abhiyum Naanum.

  2. SRINIVAS   January 11, 2009 at 8:36 am

    This post is the first of its kind …. Weather affecting prospects of a movie ?? … I cant stop laughing Responds:

    The weather was a dampener yesterday in the NJ area with snow and rain ….

  3. JM Rahul   January 11, 2009 at 10:27 am

    nalla vela neenga padam pakkala. This year’s first torture and the worst torture of the past 3 Vijay films. Had you seen it, you wouldn’t be as relaxed as you are now. Give it a miss… Responds:

    You write above: nalla vela neenga padam pakkala

    Oh, no. We were not that lucky.

    We went for the first show at Movie City (Edison, NJ) last night. Villu Review coming soon. 😉

    We were tired after the drive in the snow & rain…so didn’t post the review last night.

  4. life-undefined   January 11, 2009 at 11:33 am

    Konjam seekirama review post pannungalen…BTW I am a fan of ur writing. Ur hold on english is ‘mindblowing’.

    Have u watched a movie called ‘POO’? A whiff of fresh air from the usual kollywood trash and as usual sank without a trace.I fully endorse ur view abt the sorry plight of K(B)ollywood whr ppl love bloody masala potboilers with no creativity,else how wud one can justify a movie like ‘Anbe Sivam’ turning a turkey at the box office!! Responds:

    You write above: Konjam seekirama review post pannungalen…

    Thalaiva, idho vandittichi (coming soon).

    No, we haven’t seen Poo…will try to watch it.

  5. joeantony   January 11, 2009 at 11:55 pm

    Anbe Sivam is NOT a state-of-the-art movie, but definitely a step towards that.

    It would have been a great movie if the flashback romance and fights had been reduced and the travel of Kamal and Madhavan elongated.

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