Mullum Malarum

Mullum Malarum

Mullum malarum (1978) wriiten for screen and directed by Mahandran, based on the novel of the same by Umachandran which was published in Kalki in the year of 1966. The movie deals with the brother sister relationship between Kaali and valli, Kaali's ego with the divisional engineer Kumaran.

A boorish villager butts heads with a newly appointed engineer from the city. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mullum Malarum torrent reviews

Nathan C (nl) wrote: There's nothing to see in the theatres this month, It Sucks!There's more to life than just going to the movies, I got better stuff to do this month like going bowling, going for walks, watching the movies from last month that i missed out like don't breathe, War Dogs, Buying The Nice Guys on DVD or Renting It, Study, Watch Interesting Tv shows, Try Climbing over a fence,Anything But Watching The Disappointments Room.Why Does This Movie Exist I wish It Wasn't a movie because of that 0% Rating And I don't watch movies this low of a score!

Veronica B (mx) wrote: This was ok. The acting was mediocre. I did like how the Headless Horseman looked.

James K (jp) wrote: This is basically a frame by frame remake of Johnnie To's remake of Breaking News but doesn't quite manage to create the same sense of tension as its Hong Kong counterpart

Michael A (ca) wrote: This is one of those movies that sound better on paper then the execution.. Hank and Mike are Easter Bunnies...yes Easter Bunnies...much like Shakes the Clown the world envisions easter bunnies as real people who work for a company that makes a profit on Easter..that is until they decide to downsize their work force forcing Hank and Mike to find other ways of employment

Private U (us) wrote: an Indian drama/war... beautiful, but who would stay around 3 hrs to watch an indian movie!

Paul M (us) wrote: Meh minus...... overrated for sure.

Ryan A (kr) wrote: Much more overtly childish than the first, and lacking the spark and originality that made the first so great, but it gets by on it's still great characters and classic visuals.

Rotimer J (kr) wrote: Who the fuck thought it was a good idea to put Matt LeBlanc in charge of a spaceship. What a shit show.

Natalie S (fr) wrote: Great movie with a cute concept of tiny dinosaurs. Decent acting and visual effects for its time.

Brett C (de) wrote: Review In A Nutshell:This film was ridiculous. Almost everything about it was worth loathing. First of all, the dancing in this film was atrociously boring. I would have forgiven the film if its dancing creates a sense of fun and excitement, even if its story fails to tell something at least above average, a great example of that would be Footloose, but this film couldn't even get the dancing part to feel interesting, with most of it being acrobatics which doesn't seem to fit with the style of dancing during the 80s, Footloose did contain some of that but it was handled appropriately. The start of this film was meant to explore the relationship between the daughter and the father, saying that girls are too restricted and they can't let themselves be free and have fun, which is a clich story but if it done right, would have made the film tolerable. So apparently Janey and Lynne's idea of fun is to produce a sense of anarchy, and not in a high school youth kind of way, but in a ridiculous fashion where it actually involves inviting a group of punk rockers and gymnasts to crash a party of the rival. Oh and the film also is constantly distracted from the main plot driver, which is the competition. It appears at the start and end of the film, and with very little reference in between. The film tries to be funny, and not in a subtle way. It tries to get me to chuckle on stupid things like Lynn suddenly appearing on stage with a chariot or when a nun/teacher is asked to some gymnastic/acrobatic thing, sorry I don't know what it's called, and instead of laughing, I'm left frustrated up to the point where I actually yell at the screen. The moments that don't try to be funny, like the rehearsal or training scenes, made me laugh my ass off as it takes itself so seriously that it ends up coming off as comedic. If there was one thing about the film that I considered was a positive, it would be the character Natalie and the actress who played her; wow was she a bitch, she really knows how to make you hate a person. It is too bad because the film features actresses like Helen Hunt and Sarah Jessica Parker, who have already proven themselves with successful films and television series. Overall, this film is as stupid as the man in the film who decided to do a backflip through a window.

Benjamin H (mx) wrote: Odd combination of genres...I don't think of vikings as knife-throwers, but nonetheless a visually appealing film with reasonably good acting and horrible hair dye! A good find.

Amanda C (de) wrote: Mae West is fantastic.

Sebastien S (ag) wrote: preyty good for a low humor movie as seth macfarlane always does

Cedric L (ru) wrote: Samuel L. Jackson is fantastic in a rewatchable sports drama.

Adina B (ru) wrote: couldn't even being angry with her, at the end. She is beautiful, even deluding, a beauty that totally reveals not to the eyes, but to the soul. And she kind of knew it. Label her as a scam? It would mean labeling us too, instead of accepting we've got as a society many not-so-honest aspects.

Nick B (fr) wrote: The ending almost made this bland mess worth watching.