Follows Rajasekhar and his relationship with his younger sister. She falls in love with his friend.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1961
  • Language:Tamil
  • Reference:Imdb
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Pasamalar torrent reviews

We R (jp) wrote: My my favourite actress who is a very lovely movie 1/4

Jaime R (jp) wrote: A landmark for new independent cinema.

Kristin R (gb) wrote: What a complete and utter load of nonsense. Watched it coz I love Seann William Scott, but not even he could make this movie good. Just really stupid, purile humour.

Andrew W (fr) wrote: An aging and philandering architecture professor selfishly loses and seeks out his much younger (and equally juvenile) lover amid the punishing seasonal changes of Turkey- weather which seems to personify the harsh detachment and coldness of their relationship.

John H (kr) wrote: I apparently liked this movie more than most. Paul Walker, Jessica Alba and Josh Brolin do good performances. Great Scenery.

Michael K (kr) wrote: Wasn't bad, but the discontinuity from the last movie hurts this one badly here (like the SERIES concept, not one-shots). The disjointed continuity aside, the special effects are well-done at most points, albeit with exceptions. The human characters are somewhat bland, being again generic Godzilla film heroes (Joe Average, Kid, Scientist, etc.).

Julie C (de) wrote: Yeah, it was so so. It's a good watch for nothing else to do.

Noah A (es) wrote: I love weird al and this movie is funny as hell. B+

Charles P (es) wrote: King of the Zombies is so unintentionally (intentionally?) funny that it's almost good.

Adam B (au) wrote: Looks like I'm only the second person to review this movie! Powell again excels, directing the tale of the last people to live on a remote Scotish island. It still seems relevant today - people who are caught up in the inevitable change in their culture. Really everyone should watch and get into Powell/Pressburger movies - eg. Matter of Life and Death, Colonel Blimp etc. Great stuff.