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Old 27th June 2007, 09:42   #106
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The score is from the movie Pallavi Anupallavi, a Kannada movie of 80s. The score is by maestro Illayaraja. Incidentally, Mani Ratnam made his directorial debut in this movie. It also starred bollywoord actor Anil Kapoor.

Correction.. it is not from the movie Pallavi Anupallavi.. it is from the movie Geetha and the song is Jotheyalli jothe jotheyalli... and it is composed by Illayaraja..
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Correction.. it is not from the movie Pallavi Anupallavi.. it is from the movie Geetha and the song is Jotheyalli jothe jotheyalli... and it is composed by Illayaraja..
Oh, I thought Benny meant the song Naguva Nayana. I haven't watched Cheeni Kum, just saw the trailer once on TV. Thanks for the correction.
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Mr. Bangalore, msdivy, thanx guys, either ways.
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Watched a few movies over the weekend.
Hannibal Rising - Kind of a prequel to the Hannibal Lecter series. Okay kind of.
Is Paris Burning? - A b&w movie about the final days running up to the liberation of Paris (WW2). Good watch if you are into WW movies.
Flying Leathernecks - A typical John Wayne flick set in the WW2, Pacific theater.
Block D13 - A French movie with amazing stunts. Good time pass.
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Block D13 - A French movie with amazing stunts. Good time pass.
its district b13 with loads of free running stunts i love the part where he kills the cop in the jail.
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its district b13 with loads of free running stunts i love the part where he kills the cop in the jail.
Oops! Sorry, my bad.
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just saw the promos for the Simpson's the movie waiting for it to release.
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its district b13 with loads of free running stunts i love the part where he kills the cop in the jail.
Banlieue 13 in original french. I loved the awesome stunts: Words cannot describe them. Them Europeans really know how to make an action movie. A MUST watch. Now I'm gonna watch it again tonight. I don't have a subbed DVD so I really couldn't understand all of what is being said. But the action makes up for it many times over.
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its district b13 with loads of free running stunts i love the part where he kills the cop in the jail.
it is also called Russian jumping, do a search on the same on google and checkout some amazing clips there.
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I think the correct name for it is Parkour.
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I think the correct name for it is Parkour.
very correct Ishan

Parkour - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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it is also called Russian jumping, do a search on the same on google and checkout some amazing clips there.
yes me and a couple of friends were totally trying this stuff and this is how i broke my leg which has still not healed from the past two months before my leg broke we were learning the roll from a height of little under 1t floor 8-10ft which we did but cant try this stuff for another month or so.
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yes me and a couple of friends were totally trying this stuff and this is how i broke my leg which has still not healed from the past two months before my leg broke we were learning the roll from a height of little under 1t floor 8-10ft which we did but cant try this stuff for another month or so.
it is a very dangerous sport and one should take full precaution before doing it.
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Watched Sivaji today. Three hours of thorough masala. I don't speak Tamil, so Didn't understand any of the dialogues, except one. It's a Team-BHP original. "COOL!". Team fiat, where are you? Cool! The fight scenes were mad. There's no other word to describe them. The dances were nice and the chic (I don't know her name) is HOT. The villian is awesome - wears sunglasses in his office too. By the way, "office" gets a whole new meaning. Rajnikant is his usual self - coin flicks, pen flick, chewing gum flicks, etc. And those of you who say, the Scorpio handles poorly, go take a walk. Just watch Rajnikant drive!
Haven't laughed so much in a long, long time. The public whistling is astonishing! It just shows how big Rajnikant is in South India.
Go watch it. Real fun!
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Watched 3 movies since yesterday.
Nishabdh - Very bold role for AB Sr I must say. He has handled it well. Quite interestingly, he is taking up some really good unorthodox roles.

Jhoom Baraabar Jhoom - Useless so to speak. Don't know how PZ, AB Sr & Jr agreed to this film.

Fantastic Four - Worth a watch.
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