Angel John Malayalam Movie

Angel John Malayalam Movie

Cast: Mohanlal, Shantanu, Nithya Menon, Mamta Mohandas, Lalu Alex, Vijayaraghavan, Innocent, Suraj Venjaaramoodu, Jagathy, Jayasoma, Bineeshkodiyery, Bheeman Reghu, Ambika, Baiju, Geetha

Mohanlal in Angel John

Release date: October 18th 2009

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The “Love Story” singer, who previously romanced Jonas Brothers star Joe Jonas, admits that she’s not very good at forming relationships because she gets shy when she meets a guy she likes.

“Every love story is different and I like to approach every person I meet like they’re a separate book, rather than a chapter in a whole book. I don’t have one general theory for how to date a person,” femalefirst. co. uk quoted Swift as saying.

Singer Taylor Swift confused by love

It might be more fun to stay home and argue with your spouse rather than going to the Vince Vaughn, Jon Favreau “comedy” “Couple’s Retreat,” says Seattle Times movie critic Moira Macdonald.

Malin Akerman, left, Vince Vaughn, center, and Jean Reno

Imagine that you are listening in on the marriage-counseling sessions of the dullest couple you know. Multiply that by four, and you’ve got a pretty good approximation of the experience of watching “Couples Retreat.” Sound like fun? Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

That some of these people are very good-looking, and that much of the action takes place on a picturesque island in French Polynesia, doesn’t quite make up for the overall tedium of this would-be comedy. Its premise, scripted by co-stars Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau with Dana Fox, is simple: Four couples, each struggling in their relationship, agree to go to a tropical resort that specializes in couples counseling along with the Mai Tais. (Why do they all go together? Because of a volume discount. Marriage counseling, apparently, is like Costco — cheaper if you buy it in bulk.)

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The no-budget ghost story “Paranormal Activity” arrives 10 years after “The Blair Witch Project,” and the two horror movies share more than a clever construct and shaky, handheld camerawork.

Like its predecessor, “Paranormal Activity” has been making waves through a viral marketing campaign that has been building positive buzz through early, sold-out college town screenings and Internet chatter. The film’s title has become a nightly fixture among Twitter’s trending topics, despite playing only midnight shows in 33 theaters when it opened last Friday.

This week it expands to 46 markets where it will play throughout the day and evening in more than 170 theaters. And, like “Blair Witch,” “Paranormal Activity” is bound to divide audiences who have absorbed the hype.