Poi Solla Porom
Sathyanathan is a typical middle class man who has just retired. He wants to buy a plot of land in the city and move in with his wife and children - Uppilinathan(Karthik Kumar), Vishwanathan and Sindhu. But his son Uppilinathan - who is a software engineer - has no interest in the house and is keen to leave India for New York, where he has obtained a job. Sathyanathan buys the plot from "World Famous Properties" which is managed by Vijayakumar.
- Stars:Cristin Milioti, Mark Rendall, Ali Liebert, Kevin McDonald, Karthik Kumar, Piaa Bajpai, Nedumudi Venu, Nasser, Mouli, Delhi Ganesh, Cochin Hanifa, John Vijay, Omar Lateef, Lakshmi Ramakrishnan, Bosskey, Arvind Krishna,
Sathyanathan (Nedumudi Venu) is a typical middle class man who has just retired. He wants to buy a plot of land in the city and move in with his wife and children - Uppilinathan(Karthik Kumar), Vishwanathan and Sindhu. But his son Uppilinathan - who is a software engineer - has no interest in the house and is keen to leave India for New York, where he has obtained a job. Sathyanathan buys the plot from "World Famous Properties" which is managed by Vijayakumar(Cochin Hanifa). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Poi Solla Porom torrent reviews
(us) wrote: one of the best documentaries I have seen.. the fact that this game second life takes over peoples real lives, and they show the inside of the virtual world... its epic. .all i can say is epic.. check it out!
(de) wrote: Avec un casting qui n'a jamais perc (hormis Anna Kendrick qui y livre une performance remarquable en nerd machiavlique bouffeuse de scne), le premier film de Todd Graff, Camp, est une oeuvre remarquable sur un camp musical en t aux USA. Le film est tour tour drle, mouvant, touchant, passionnant, grce son criture fine et sa mise en scne habile, qui fait la part belle aux numros musicaux, crits par Burt Bacharach ou Stephen Sondheim (qui y apparat). Camp est une jolie surprise malheureusement passe inaperue sa sortie il y a 11 ans.
(ca) wrote: Pretty foolish for a bunch of smart kids. Hate to use the word /idiot/ but...guns, drugs, prostitutes, gangs, and general punk stuff...I know a cry for help when I see one. It's always the smart ones because they've got that labyrinth of a mind to navigate through. The demons their high-powered cabezas manifest far are more convincing than the ones us average folk are used to. Sane people just don't create like that. It's difficult to fully grasp where one thought ends and the other begins. Chaos. Thus we see the delicate balance between higher-intellect and mental illness. See, Stephanie is the smart one. She got herself a therapist [hint-hint]. Better Luck Tomorrow is a hip one. Two thumbs up. "I'm very happy. Isn't it obvious? I have everything. Loving parents, top grades, Ivy League scholarships, of course, Stephanie. Right there. That's it. I'm so f--king happy I can't stop it. It's a never-ending cycle. When you got everything you want what's left? You can't settle for being happy that's a f--king trap. You got to take life into your own hands. Do whatever it takes to break the cycle. That's what it is. Breaking the cycle. I envy you." - Steve Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana
(gb) wrote: worth to see this one - A. Hopkins amazing play
(us) wrote: Might be interesting...but I doubt it.
(mx) wrote: * (out of four) A retelling of the classic tale, "The Fall of the House of Usher" by Edgar Allen Poe as only David DeCoteau can do. It features his trademark eroticism and bevy of twisted women and handsome guys, but none of that adds up to a decent, or even watchable thriller. Victor returns to the house of his former lover, but he notices that Rodrick Usher and his sister have changed since he last saw them.
(ru) wrote: This movie was some type of reward. I've got no interest in watching it.
(nl) wrote: Any movie soundtrack that consists of Dion DiMucci/Bobby Darin/Eddie Cochran, has to be good. It's like looking into my music collection.