Poo (English: Flower) is a Tamil language film released in November 2008. It stars Srikanth and Parvathi Menon in the lead roles. Upon release the film opened to widespread critical acclaim and turned out to be one of the best films of that year.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:109 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:Tamil
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:asian,   women,  

A girl makes the ultimate sacrifice for the one she loves. She still cannot secure his happiness. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Poo torrent reviews

Roxanne C (br) wrote: This movie got better by the minuet ! Full of suspense, laughs and unexpected twists..

Rumo S (au) wrote: it seems good comedy movie so need to watch it!

Brandi M (ca) wrote: looks like a great love story

Jon P (au) wrote: Thanks to its striking subject matter, impressive production values and stellar storytelling, Ousmane Sembene's final film is a real Third Cinema triumph. This poignant drama offers viewers a fascinating insight into the effects of abuse and unhealthy religious practices in a Sub-Saharan patriarchal village torn between the modern and the traditional. From start to finish, the picture feels beautifully made and immaculately performed. It will linger in your mind for days.

Charlie G (gb) wrote: Once again Zack Snyder proves that he's the worst director of all time.

james m (mx) wrote: Terrible. Painfully bad. A poor Bronx Tale ripoff - The story is weak, the acting is bad. None of the actors have the proper accent. Did anyone do any research for this movie?

Daniel D (de) wrote: Awesome Jarmusch film which follows five taxi cabs throughout the U.S. and Europe. Despite the visuals being simple and even pale they were blended in perfectly to the surroundings. The dialogue included plenty of hysterical moments. This is the only second film I've seen of Jarmusch (first being Dead Man) and I highly prefer this one. The way this movie was broken up into five short films made it move fast, and keep its up beat character. The acting was genuine, and the two I'd praise the most are Gena Rowlands and Beatrice Dalle. My favorite scene didn't feature either though, and that one is Rome. This one included Roberto Benigni who kept the perverted comedy going in a laugh riot scene.3.5 stars++

John K (nl) wrote: Has to be seen to be believed. Insanely awful and yet mesmerizing!

Andrea P (br) wrote: Although I typically do not like silent films, this movie was an exception. The overemphasis on body language that is characteristic of silent films, oddly, did not bore me but rather kept my interest throughout the film. Because I am from a digital generation, I think it is difficult for most of today's viewers to keep attention when watching a silent film, and therefore the fact that I liked this film so much proves that this movie is truly creatively done. At the beginning of the movie, there is a moving camera in front of a bicycle, which was a highly innovative technique for 1925, and this is just one of the many reasons that I love this movie. Watch it!

Cooper H (fr) wrote: Backed by an incredible performance by Russell Crowe, Cinderella Man shines as a heartfelt redemption story.

Al H (us) wrote: Ons of the best films of the first saga.

Tim L (es) wrote: I used to not like this movie very much but now I find the hacking cliches, corniness, and the complete misrepresentation of hacking kind of funny.