Kumaravel (Vijay Sethupathy) is a typical lower middle class youth who mainly lives in TASMAC bars. His friends and neighbors have nicknamed him Sumaar Moonji Kumar (Average-looking Kumar) and he is crazy about Kumudha(Nanditha), the girl staying opposite to his flat. It is one-way love and her father has sought the help of Annachi (Pasupathi) the local boss to find a solution and teach Kumar a lesson. On a parallel track Bala, another alcoholic (Ashwin) a smart bank salesperson is always under pressure from his boss (MS Bhaskar) and his possessive girlfriend Renu (Swathi Reddy) . One night the life of the principal characters gets entangled leading to the climax.
Anon O (us) wrote: Even if you're not a fan of ICP, it's still a decent movie. They don't even take it seriously, but it's got some pretty good humour.
Sam G (nl) wrote: Awful. Truly terrible. Wish I had that 90 mins of my life back. Bronson tries so hard to be artsy and edgy but its just dumb and pointless with no real plot to be found at all. Not sure how this has even a 74% rating. 4% would be more accurate in my opinion.
jeff h (gb) wrote: Not a great movie, but good for a few laughs.
Miriam M (gb) wrote: Finally a Czech movie I like. At the beginning I thought it is quite a black humour comedy, but it turned into really heartbreaking psychological drama. Worth seeing.
Udayalaksmanakartiyasa H (fr) wrote: Turned out quite an enjoyable movie. I thought it's gonna be all weird stuff. There's that, but still in an acceptable amount. If this is what can help Tarantino do the Django Unchained, then I'll say this movie is worth an appreciation.
Diane P (us) wrote: For some reason a film comes along with is so low that its funny. Norbit was that film for me. Being a big woman I thought this was hysterical.
Scott C (de) wrote: Todd Solondz drags us through the muck again.
Paisley M (br) wrote: Watching it kind of feels like being in a dream/nightmare. It doesn't make a lot of sense, but it is interesting to look at, and if you embrace the weirdness, it's quite enjoyable.
Max M (gb) wrote: not very good not even worth it thats all have to say why a dog and dolphin sounds very stupid it is I might be sont bother with it avoid it at all costs
Steve W (br) wrote: Criterion got the rights to this low budget (and I mean ultra low budget) genre flick about an astronaut who turns monsterous after a space flight. Too bad the monster effects are laughable, most of the movie is them talking about the aftermath of attacks, and the climax is about as strong as a wet hot dog bun. I award this film no points, and may God have mercy on your soul, Criterion.
Aaron B (ru) wrote: Though Devil's Due does continue to showcase some of the potential that the directors previewed in their 'V/H/S' short through its masterfully paced scares and unique special effects, the characters are far too dumb and some situations feel too staged to make this latest horror film a total win.
Gabriel K (nl) wrote: This movie can be best described as "southern gothic". It's quite stunning visually (you can almost feel the grit) and starts very promising, but as it moves along, the story becomes hard to follow and weirder by the minute.