I watched a movie called Equilibrium last night and thought I would put my two cents in.I remember reading a review on IMDB comparing it with The Matrix.Yes,there were certain similarities that one cannot help noticing,but don't expect the same storyline.I believe the Matrix series used a far more complicated and thus difficult script hence making it hard to understand and therefore love it even more.Equilibrium is set in the future;mankind has devised an ingenious way to avoid war.What is that prompts the very feeling to wage a war with a country?Feeling itself!The urge to destroy,the will to conquer,the greed to plunder-in short,emotion.So men decide that if emotions were to be suppressed(using a drug) all the problems of Pandora's box could be shut off.A group called The Tetragrammaton are appointed to weed out people who refuse to take the drug.John Preston(Christian Bale) who head a special sector of the Tetragrammaton called The Clerics finds himself giving into emotions and ultimately decides that the solution is not in repressing emotion,but rather in controlling them-for the ability to love and feel is indeed God's gift to mankind.
I'd personally give the film an 8 on a scale of ten.

I finished reading Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None today.It took me roughly eight hours to finish and I enjoyed every second of it.Each syllable of the book had Christie's magicial touch;it is one book you would find it hard to put down once you start on it.The story is about ten people(complete strangers to each other) who go to an island on invitation for a holiday-and end up being murdered.Sounds ordinary? It isn't,for the ten are the only people on the island,and every one of them end up being dead.The last one goes by committing suicide.Ah,that's the murderer then,you say?It is certainly not so.
Interesting?I suggest you read this novel.

I dig songs that picturised beautifully and are shot with fine taste.Music videos that have been shot in a foreign country just for the sake of it aren't exactly my cup of tea.The musical score,the feel of the song and the lyrics should go hand in glove with the video,otherwise you merely get a song with a foreign backdrop sans taste or finesse.I was much impressed with the way Mani Ratnam handled the picturisation for the song Pachai Nirame from Alaipayuthey.The whole song has been shot in India,with exquisite places like Kashmir.

Ulaga nayagan Kamal's latest venture "Dasavathaaram" is all set for its Release !!! An 80 crore budget film ever taken in Kollywood ... it has beaten all the record that was set previously by our Super Star's "Sivaji"... will it break even the collection record as Sivaji did ??? For that kamal is making all special arrangements by releasing the film in various theaters simultaneously ;-) ;-) First time an actor is playing 10 different roles in a film... A gr8 hype has already been created by inviting Jackie chan for its Audio release...The film is also planned to specially screened for US president George W. Bush... will kamal's dasavathaaram be trend setter to take tamil Cinema a step ahead... will wait and see...

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Dasavathaaram mp3 Download

1. Ulaga Nayagan (Come Dance With Me)
Singer : Vinith / Lyrics : Vairamuthu

2. Kallai Mattum Kandal
Singer : Hariharan & Chorous / Lyrics : Vaali

3. OH…Ho..Sanam
Singer : Kamal Hassan & Mahalakshmi Iyer / Lyrics : Vairamuthu

4. Mukundha Mukundha
Singer : Sadhana Sargam & Kamal Hassan / Lyrics: Vaali

5. Kaa…Karuppanukkum
Singer : Shalini Singh / Lyrics : Vairamuthu

6. OH…Ho…Sanam (Remix)
Singer : Himesh reshmiyaa & Mahalaksmi Iyer / Lyrics : Vairamuthu