Kammath & Kammath

Kammath & Kammath

The story of Kammath family which migrated to Kochi from Goa during the Portuguese invasion.

The story of Kammath family which migrated to Kochi from Goa during the Portuguese invasion. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kammath & Kammath torrent reviews

Pablo E (gb) wrote: Wakolda, o el doctor alemn, es la produccin argentina que trata sobre los supuestos das del doctor nazi Josef Mengele en el sur de argentina, y cmo se mantuvo constantemente realizando experimentos genticos en seres humanos. Muy buena historia, muy bien actuado (notable con el alemn, no parece aprendido como en Bastardes sin Gloria), y muy buena banda sonora. Se presento en el XXV Festival de Cine de Via del Mar, y ha sido premiada mundialmente. Recomendable 100%.

Andrey B (fr) wrote: Ultra violent and realistic movie with no such thing as a happy end, that makes it way more horrific.

Mariana A (it) wrote: A bittersweet little tale. A bit frustrating at times, though ultimately nice.

Nicki M (us) wrote: Not my favourite Hal Hartley, but interesting.

Rob L (it) wrote: The first in the `Carry on...` series set in a hopital, and the one that made Jacques famous as the formidable matron. This is up there as one of my all time favourite `Carry on...` films, with some fantastic and simple comedy moments. And no matter how many times I see this film I laugh everytime. Kenneth Willimas is great in a more straight laced performance for him in a `Carry on...` film. But it`s Charles Hawtrey who steals the show with his obsession of listening to the radio, laughing at things we cannot hear and playing imaginary instruments as he mimes to classical music. And let`s not forget a mention for Sims as the accident prone nurse who just can`t seem to get it right. All in all a fantastic `Carry on...` full of what has become the typical `Carry on...` chaos so many of us have come to know and love.

Ben E (au) wrote: Brilliant film. The questions it asks are probably why it didn't make more of hit

Timothy P (us) wrote: Trainwreck is an apt title.