Arabikkatha

Arabikkatha

Against his wishes, 'Cuba' Mukundan (Sreenivasan) goes to Dubai to make good his father's alleged misappropriation of funds from the local cooperative bank. It is there that he learns the true meaning of the term 'working class' and realizes the irrelevance of the Communist movement back home.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:Malayalam
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:nurse,   election,   bank,  

The film narrates the story of Cuba Mukundan (Sreenivasan) who can be called an 'impractical idealist.' He is a staunch leftist who lives for the movement. Circumstances force him to take up a job in Dubai. But he finds himself a misfit in a highly materialistic world. He also realizes that the Malayalis working in this region, whom he had earlier mocked for leaving the country for monetary gains, actually perform menial jobs and physical labor in order to support their families back home. He has always had a soft corner for China as a result of his leftist leanings and when he meets a Chinese girl, she quickly finds a special place in his heart as she symbolizes China to him. Through her, he also learns of the Communist failings in other parts of the world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Clifton D (ru) wrote: The best part of the film is the characters, with their worlds and struggles. One of the best films to come out of Disney since the Renaissance, hands down.

Josh S (au) wrote: Not as bad as others think..

Hernando H (jp) wrote: Not bad, but not great. If you watch it you probably won't regret it, unless of course you do. Be sure to have plenty of wine and cheese on hand to make the experience more enjoyable.

Stanley C (ca) wrote: This is definitely the real 3rd Terminator movie. Certainly smarter than the first movie and Salvation, even if this doesn't use the same suspense and dark tone set up back in T2.

Tania H (gb) wrote: Strange, dark, gory, graphic, artsy and very disturbing. I had to look away a few times. Definitely not for the faint of heart.

Nick H (de) wrote: I saw this for the first time in years. Caught it on TV and glad I did. I think this is a really entertaining thriller. Not academy award worthy or anything, but really fun to watch. Ray Liotta might not be a creepy or scary guy in real life. Who knows? But he's good at playing one. Whether it's a low-level mobster or a crooked, overly friendly cop he's good at it. He's a serious creeper in this movie and that's why it works so well.

Robert P (us) wrote: "Welcome to the world of telephone automatronics. Would you like your carpets cleaned, almighty ruler?"

Arun C (us) wrote: Yeaaahhhh... I thought so!!

Shay T (ca) wrote: original hip hop documentary

Chet D (mx) wrote: Vivian: You cheap stenographer. Nan: Outside, countess. As long as they've got sidewalks, YOU'VE got a job. "Footlight Parade" is the definitive Busby Berkeley musical of the early 1930s. Amazing cinematography and pert performances from Jimmy Cagney, Dick Powell, Joan Blondell and Ruby keeler.

Bradley W (us) wrote: It is easy to see why this is the least liked of the Blade trilogy. Ridiculously over-cast, very weak plot, almost no fluidity, came across like a bunch of random scenes strung together. The inclusion of Dracula goes to show just how desperate they were for a third film to be made. The fight scenes were even subpar. The only high point of this movie was Ryan Reynolds. Also ridiculously hokey at some points. I mean come on, a vampire Pomeranian?

Cyeika F (br) wrote: I LOVE ALL RUSH HOUR MOVIES!!

Ronald A (it) wrote: Just saw this at the Fort Lauderdale Film Festival. Very very good movie. My girlfriend and I see a lot of movies (Room, Spotlight, Spectre) and agree that this was better than any of those. As one member of the audience, who was from Brooklyn and grew up in Ozone Park stated, the movie characterization so were 'spot on'. We loved it.