Orma Mathram

Orma Mathram

The film revolves around Ajayan (Dileep), a clerk at a lawyer's office. His son Deepu goes missing and the story follows the father's journey in search of his son.

The film revolves around Ajayan (Dileep), a clerk at a lawyer's office. His son Deepu goes missing and the story follows the father's journey in search of his son. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Orma Mathram torrent reviews

gregg J (jp) wrote: Beautifully shot, Bousman shows us a new genre of horror.

Ajeesh V (au) wrote: Its a good thriller.. Jose Padilha needs the whole appreciation for making this movie with the brilliant performance from Wagner Moura as Capitao Nascimento. This movie reveals that how corrupted is the Brazilian system and the slums of Rio De Janiero... This one is not the best thriller.

Dustin P (au) wrote: So you know how sometimes you see a bad movie and say "I know I shouldn't watch it, but it's like a car wreck, you can't look away." This movie isn't so much a car wreck as a train wreck. And the train is flying of the tracks into a school bus filled with Nazi's with Ashley Dupre and her tow clones doing the Can-Can in the foreground. It was so impressibly bad that I couldn't even bear to put it on pause. A great film if you're sitting around with friends getting hammered. Also look for an Asian Paris Hilton - but you know... actually hot.

Jeremy G (es) wrote: This lo-budget look at the Knights Templar and their wacky pursuit of purity and Infidels is one wild ride. Little violence, a lot of thinking time and some very good photography make this a mini-must for the obscure historical flick-lover.

Martina Martynuska P (nl) wrote: so sad and so true! this kind of films can remind us how lucky we are

Akiko A (it) wrote: In 19th Century France, a father leaves his daughter Therese with his sister to take care of after he decides to return to Africa for work. He tells his daughter he will return, paying a monthly stipend to her aunt...but never returns. Jessica Lange plays her aunt Madame Raquin who has a son Camille (played brilliantly by Tom Felton). Madame Raquin is the controlling aunt that manipulates both her son and Therese's lives. Camille announces that he has gotten a job in Paris, and wants to move to the city...his mother protests. Camille stands up for himself, making the decision to go. Therese learns as they are eating lunch about the move, and that she will marry her cousin... Once in Paris, Madame Raquin buys a shop with quarters upstairs. Paris is a dirty dark city compared to their lives in the country. Therese is trapped everyday in the shop attending to the few customers that come in. One night at a game of dominos, she meets Laurent, the good friend of Camille. An instant attraction develops between Laurent and Therese. Camille doesn't have a clue. What starts as a passionate affair between Therese and Laurent becomes complicated with a tragedy that changes their lives and love forever. The performances are well done, with special kudos to Jessica Lange. The romantic passion that develops is sometimes slow and doesn't always connect with the audience. It is during this time I want something to happen. When it does, it is quite disturbing. What starts as romance quickly takes a turn down a dark path. You leave this film feeling like you lost someone. Tragedy and hope are tough companions.

Private U (au) wrote: sweet sweet action movie with an awesome premise. a german guy actually says "vhere are zee diamonds?" and what could be better than that. how about a chainsaw fight. omg.

Knox M (nl) wrote: On par with On Her Majesty's Secret Service and The Spy Who Loved Me, Goldfinger is the best Bond film there will ever be, and among the cinematic greats.

Ben L (mx) wrote: I'm definitely a fan of musicals, but I have always had issues with West Side Story. For one thing the music and dance numbers are somewhat playful, but they are tackling serious subject matter. It just strikes me as comical when these tough gang members start leaping and dancing and singing. I shouldn't be chuckling when lives are on the line. There are a few iconic songs and engaging dance numbers that I enjoy, but it seems for every good song there is also a dud. Another flaw in the film is Natalie Wood, who struggles to affect me in any emotional way. I don't think she is a bad actress, but it seems like she is working so hard on faking the Puerto Rican accent, that properly conveying emotion is asking too much. Finally, I have difficulty with West Side Story simply because I'm not a fan of the Romeo & Juliet story. While I can accept some "love at first site" stories I usually crave a slower build-up to the relationship after that initial spark. In this film, similar to the Shakespeare play it is based on, after one quick glance these two seem ready to be married or even sacrifice their lives for one another. I don't think West Side Story is a bad movie, and I understand the love for it. There are flashes of greatness, and the concept is intriguing, but I don't foresee myself watching it again if I can avoid it.

Paul B (fr) wrote: I have no idea what the hell they were thinking. After an hour absolutely nothing has happened.