North 24 Kaatham

North 24 Kaatham

Harikrishnan (Fahadh Faasil) is a geeky software professional who suffers from an obsessive compulsive disorder. A harthal day sees him travelling to Trivandrum for a conference, and in the midst of the night, he ends up at Paravur railway station with two strangers - Gopalan (Nedumudi Venu) a veteran politician and Narayani (Swati Reddy) a social worker - for company.

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North 24 Kaatham torrent reviews

Haley S (ru) wrote: love this movie so much... u have to see it!!!!

Jesse L (ag) wrote: I think this movie is pretty funny. It's my opinion Like it or Lump it

Hady M (es) wrote: Full Of Action ... Nice Directing and Cinematography .

Kirsty M (nl) wrote: Not a great sequel but still good to watch the characters we have grown to love!

Mike S (nl) wrote: Entertaining and held together by a great performance from Streep. However, the unusual selection of Wes Craven as director leads the film to feel oddly edited at times, and far too sentimental. You can feel Craven yelling in your ear 'I can direct non horror movies!'.Based on a true story, however, you can't help but feel the movie is ignoring the glaring question. How do you get kids from East Harlem and the Bronx interested in the Violin? The film doesn't show much in the way of a battle to engage the kids. Even their behaviour is remarkably good most of the time. In fact, the only damage to a violin is perpetrated by her son during a tantrum. The film also weakens itself by having a terribly written music teacher, Mr Rausch, who is simply there to be a pain. The kids also display amazing intonation on their instruments. But the film is still enjoyable enough and worth a look. Just don't eat any dairy before hand, as you don't want to over do it on cheese.

Steven V (ag) wrote: Rocky: I get it now. Colt: What? Rocky: The sound of the flowers. Tum Tum: Where? Colt: You heard the flowers? Tum Tum: What? I don't hear anything. Rocky: That's the whole point. I didn't hear them. As a rule, sequels are never as good as the originals. Once in a while, we get amazing movies like The Empire Strikes Back and Godfather II. Eighty-five minutes of "non-stop ninja action" (they're not exaggerating when they say that) put together to form a weak plot. This is just pure violence. The movie is obviously meant to be a flick for teenage girls with overactive hormones to come drool over Michael Treanor and Max Elliott Slade as they kick the living daylights out of everyone they meet. This movie isn't entirely bad. The plot does try to tie in some interesting topics about Native American culture, however, the inaccuracies and stereotypical portrayal of the culture detracts from admiring this aspect of the movie too. In the end, this is an incoherent, trashy, unwatchable movie that plays at a much lower level than the original. Perhaps it was learning the lessons of obedience, patience, and of course getting a good laugh or two out of it. But nonetheless, this is not a trilogy worthy of sitting next to the Star Wars, The Godfather or even the Ninja Turtles trilogy for that matter. Best of luck to Michael Treanor, Max Elliott Slade and Chad Power. I do hope that they may land roles in the future that don't require them to jump up in the air, make a 360, and kick a massive biker guy (who weighs at least 200 pounds heavier than them) in the face and knock him out cold.

Robyn M (it) wrote: "Butterflies Are Free" is a bit of a time capsule, no question about it, but an enjoyable one. It's set in the bygone world of late 60's/early 70's San Francisco peace and love, but its central drama has aged far better than its trappings.

Greg W (it) wrote: ok drama characters r a little thin though

Rachel C (jp) wrote: i've only seen the first half of this one - i want to see the rest :(

Kay L (ru) wrote: "Dozens of megatons of nuclear weapons". I'm going to assume that the director's cut is the porn version.

Michael G (ag) wrote: This sequel had a shitty ending and the story poorly explained about the virus too.