Iddarammayilatho

Iddarammayilatho

Sanju (Allu Arjun) is a guitarist who operates a band in Barcelona. Komali (Amala Paul) goes to Barcelona to learn more about violin in an university. Akanksha (Catherina Tresa) is the daughter of a central minister. She comes to Barcelona for studies. Akanksha gets hold of a diary in which she reads the love story between Sanju and Komali. In the process, she gets interested in Sanju and falls in love with him as he seems to be single. The rest of the story is all about what happened to Komali.

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Thiago d (it) wrote: GREAT MOVIE!!! I can't believe this such low review. This was a magnificent piece of art. And the thing is that it wasn't weird at all (which is the indie sickness); it was just real. Of course, the kid who's the main character is a weird kid (and Monica is a mess - well acted by Cattral), but the movie is an easy watch and very entertaining.

Kevin K (jp) wrote: Typical Chinese American movie of bringing the whole family together, in which I enjoyed it very much.

Simon P (br) wrote: Badly scripted, badly acted. Dreadful FX, some pointless nudity, lots of swearing and a plot that makes no sense at any point. If you like explosions and bullets, you may be able to tolerate it.

Carreh R (de) wrote: I liked this. The acting wasn't always great but the story line, the cinematography and the black humour were fun. I loved the end too. Inventive. I also loved the band and the lead Tony Coca Cola.

Keith H (de) wrote: Keitel is delicious as always, but the plot is basically a far crappier Taxi Driver, with the director basically hammering in the subtexts to an almost hilarious degree. Still worth checking out if you like crime dramas, or want to see some formative Keitel things (then watch Bad Lieutenant or something)

Aj V (mx) wrote: Slightly more realistic version of Exorcist sans the scares. It's very understandable that this was ignored by horror fans.

Freddie F (mx) wrote: When Spike Lee said he had to crowdfund 'Da Sweet Blood of Jesus' because no studio would let him make it, that made us think "Oh, because its going to be a non-commercial, challenging, artistic movie." But what it actually meant is "No studio would ever allow a filmmaker to actually make a film this embarrassing."

Nyjia J (br) wrote: its a great animation,

Ariana D (br) wrote: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is the story of Bilbo Baggins (played by Martin Freeman) and his quest, which was introduced to him by Gandalf (played by Ian McKellen) to help a group of dwarves, lead by Thorin Oakenshield (played by Richard Armitage), reclaim their treasure and defeat the dragon Smaug. This and the two movies following it, are based off of the book by J. R. R. Tolkien. I found that while all of the movies together are good, the first was definitely the best, and it is still enjoyable to view on its own and separately from the other two. It is a very engaging and compelling story. While watching, I was kept on my toes, even in the slower moments, and because of this it seemed to end too quickly and I felt as though my time was not wasted watching this film. The acting was amazing (especially by Martin Freeman, who played Bilbo phenomenally). I felt totally immersed in the situations the characters faced and felt their emotions clearly. I would definitely suggest and recommend watching The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.

MACAC P (fr) wrote: YOU SON OF A B*TCH YOU F*CKING CHRIS EVANS I F*CK YOU AND YOUR MOM WHO GAVE BIRTH TO THAT PIECE OF SH*T YOU ARE. HOW COULD YOU END A MOVIE LIKE THAT YOU PIECE OF SH*T HOW COULD YOU DO THAT??????????????????????????????????????? I HATE YOU SO MUCH. I HOPE YOU LL HAVE A PAINFUL DEATH. BYE. BOULE.