7/G Rainbow Colony

7/G Rainbow Colony

Kathir is a young underachiever, frequently venting his frustrations through public outbursts. When a north Indian girl, Anitha, moves into his neighborhood, he falls head over heels in love with her, and aggressively expresses interest. When she does not respond favorably, things get out of hand.

A neighborhood good-for-nothing attempts to romance the new girl in town. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


7/G Rainbow Colony torrent reviews

Adam E (mx) wrote: Though I found it often meandered, Penn Badgley's uncanny resemblance to the late Jeff Buckley (right down to his singing voice) deserves praise.

Kellen C (kr) wrote: This was a great movie about the fighting career of Muhammad Ali. What was so interesting about it, is that the entire story was told by the men he faced in the ring. Muhammad Ali was truly the greatest champion of ANY sport in my eyes. Just because he faced so much adversity and every time he would find a way to overcome it. He always proved the naysayers wrong and made people believe in him. His biggest mistake was hanging around too long. I'm sure people were telling him he needed to give it up, but from what I gather he was a stubborn individual and he was always going to do it his way. It was brutal watching the footage from his 1980 fight with Larry Holmes. You could see in the interviews with him leading up to that fight that the effects of years of punches to the head were taking its toll on him. It's sad to see a man that is only a shell of the charismatic individual he once was. There will never be another Muhammad Ali.

Simon G (jp) wrote: Philip Seymour Hoffman's directing debut. Funny and heartbreaking in equal measure.

Tom A (nl) wrote: This film cemented what I always thought about both these men. Quaid and Sheen do a good job in convincing you that maybe Clinton did have more moral fibre than Blair - of a sort! But the marital relationships of them both are dramatically different. Good TV dramatisation but sensible not to take it to the big screen.

Sonia A (jp) wrote: Once again a Salman Khan Movie....It was worth the watch....Salooooooooooo IS the BEST alwys...just cant ever have enough of him:) The story was different...!!! Good Movie

kevin s (ag) wrote: really good movie about kids cheating gave me some ideas on cheating myself

Bradley P (jp) wrote: Ian McKellen gives a performance that is something to behold as he is completely lost to his character. Renfro is passable as the younger lead/child and manages to not be entirely annoying. The film is entertaining and thought provoking throughout.

Justin A (jp) wrote: Have you seen Class of 1984? I do. It's one of my favorite cult films of all time. I actually feel like its portrayal of violent adolescent teenagers was surprisingly relevant and actually did what A Clockwork Orange set out to do, only better (just my opinion, of course). So how does the sequel to Class of 1984 follow that up? With robots! Holy tomato salsa, what the hell do robots have to do with the original movie? Nothing. Absolutely nothing. Forget everything about Class of 1984 and go into this one fresh with no expectations. If you do, you'll be surprised by how entertaining it is. Yes, it's cheap and dumb, but it's a lot of fun. It has plenty of well-know, "I need a paycheck" actors like Stacy Keach, Pam Grier, and Malcolm McDowell who all do a fine job, hamming it up just enough to be appropriate. The special effects are pretty good, and the robots look neat. Obviously, this movie was made as a result of the success of The Terminator and Robocop, but Class of 1999 has its own charm. The gangs and violent youths are hilarious. They look like a bunch of suburban white kids whose biggest problem is getting caught smoking weed. The way they dress is different, but hilarious. They look so stupid and I was actually thinking of movies like Double Dragon. The action is decent, though it's mostly kids running around with fake guns pretend shooting at each other. Overall though, it's a fun little movie that may be worth checking out if you're in the right mood.

Phillip G (us) wrote: I'm Not Going To Lie, I Love The Orangutan And Eastwood Together. Great Team.

Karl G (ru) wrote: Seen a lot worse zombie films. One thing I hate though is 'walkers' that can run! It's just not right. Worth a watch if you like these sort of films!