Cheriya Kallanum Valiya Poleesum

Cheriya Kallanum Valiya Poleesum

Cheriya Kallanum Veliya Policeum tells the story of a mysterious man Sadasivan (Mukesh) who walks into a house at a village called Pancharakkara, knowing that the man of the house Kumaran (Jagadeesh) has committed suicide

Cheriya Kallanum Veliya Policeum tells the story of a mysterious man Sadasivan (Mukesh) who walks into a house at a village called Pancharakkara, knowing that the man of the house Kumaran (Jagadeesh) has committed suicide . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Cheriya Kallanum Valiya Poleesum torrent reviews

Dana H (au) wrote: Boooooooooooooooooooring. Interesting premise. So slow and dull.

Andrew B (us) wrote: There were some really good movies coming out from about 2004-2010. Some great acting was being done in some of these films. One of the films in the gangster genre that not too many people seem to be all that familiar with is Eastern Promises. What do most people know Viggo for? Lord of the Rings obviously, he is the king after all. But behind that big budget blockbuster of a trilogy and role for him is one of the great actors of our time. He showcases all his worth in Eastern Promises. Not many movies if any that I know of have been made about the true Russian mafia. Eastern Promises goes deep into the culture of this group. This movie is a great gangster movie and then some. Showcasing the mentality of these criminals and the brutal violence that surrounds them. A fantastic movie.

Ilija (es) wrote: Here we have aesthetically pleasing humans and animals slapped onto haunting archetypal landscapes, then photographed . Fishburn's voiceover. Cellophane wrapped beauty sort of thang.

Stephen G (fr) wrote: Scarily prophetic and uproariously hilarious. This movie should be shown in schools as a frightening example of how scary ignorance really is.

Eileen W (ru) wrote: The slowest moving movie I've seen. This is the first time I've written a review. I got rather irritated as how long some of the scenes lasted. It seemed to take about 5 minutes for him to walk across a yard, that's one example. I stopped watching before the end, mainly because at that time I really didn't care what happened.

Edwin C (au) wrote: I know this line sounds corny to no end, but... THIS is not your grandparent's Ultraman! Made for a more mature and adult audience in mind, this is a bold re-telling (and reinventing) of the Ultraman myth... Part of the 'ULTRA N PROJECT' that at the time was concieved to rejuvenate the Ultraman legend, this movies features a solid cast, a great story, and some of the best special effects I've ever seen!

JamesMasaki R (ru) wrote: Alan Parker is known mostly for his controversial films about prejudice and racism in history, and although he makes them well, why is "Come See The Paradise" already a forgotten film? Japanese Internment camps in WWII is one of the darkest times in Japanese and American history, and a subject barely mentioned in either countries' history books, and Parker brought it out to the light in his 1990 film, focusing through a white American man who falls in love with a Nisei Japanese-American girl in the late 1930's. But when Pearl Harbor is bombed and all people of Japanese desent are hoarded off to secretly located internment camps, the two are doomed to never be together again.

Nick V (it) wrote: This movie was good for one thing and one thing only: Dan Hartman's "I Can Dream About You," which unfortunately doesn't even feature his version.

Brett C (es) wrote: being somewhat familiar with the life of franz lizst, this is easily the most insane movie i've ever seen. the ending was hilarious.

Alex K (br) wrote: My Favorite War Film Is 1998's Saving Private Ryan.

Camille L (ag) wrote: Tengoku To Jigoku est un thriller fleuve construit en deux parties trs distinctes qui se rpondent en toute fin de mtrage dans une scne franchement trs russie. Si la premire partie, dans l'appartement de l'excellent Mifune Toshiro, finit par traner un peu en longueur, la deuxime partie qui suit la traque du kidnappeur par l'impeccable Nakadai Tatsuya et son quipe est bien plus russie et matrise, avec un climax fabuleux dans un bar dansant trs 60's. Probablement pas aussi bien que les plus grands films de Kurosawa, Tengoku To Jigoku se trouve cependant tre un film remarquable.

Gillian M (gb) wrote: is it wrong that I really really want them to get together??