Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu

Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu

Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu, also known as SVSC, is a 2013 Telugu drama film, written and directed by Srikanth Addala.

Relangi Mavayya (Prakash Raj) is a gentleman from a small village Relangi and he believes in human values and relationships. He has two sons Peddodu aka Mallikharjuna Rao (Venkatesh) and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu torrent reviews

Vivin M (it) wrote: As usual not so cool, Chris Evans concentrate on Captain America

Jerkimer J (kr) wrote: wonderful movie to help understand the laws of nature that are finally getting the backing from real data to provide the support for all theory of how we got here and where we are going fun for the person interested in the theory of everything

Ryan R (de) wrote: This movie is pretty awful but it's so awful it's funny.

Cbiscut Slink and Fishthats all me (br) wrote: Oscar is my favorite character that Ralph Fiennes has done. Keep it real Ralph ;)

Brian C (de) wrote: A hilarious movie for anyone who's spent time on a film set.

Rahul N (kr) wrote: Mira Nair, highly overrated director.

James P (us) wrote: One of the most enjoyable movies I've seen in a long time.

Senor C (ag) wrote: The Mutations barrows more then a little from Tod Browning's Freaks. As I said in my review of that movie I don't like 'the weirdies'. Alternately titled The Freakmaker it exploits the oddities more then Browning's outing but hey this was the 70s. All in all not a very good movie but saved by Donald Pleasence who underplays the bio-scientist but is the best thing going. I watched a sort documentary w/ this film & I actually liked it more afterwards. It made me appreciate what they were able to pull off on such a small budget. But that is really how this movie should be treated; as a low budget feature. It's really nothing more then an exploitation B-movie & truthful probably should get the remake treatment now a days only by an independent

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Steven H (us) wrote: First and foremost, do not assume that because Kevin Smiths name is at the top of this movie that there will be dick and fart jokes strewn throughout the landscape, rest assured they do not (well, only for the first 15 minutes)If you can move past the politics of this movie, it becomes this cinematic experience where Smith almost dares you to like Parks character.I did like the weird spin on conventional thriller/drama themes, shot almost Dogma circa 96 style, this little low to no budget movie kept me gripped throughout.Parks smashes it with long dialogue moments, cruel almost unhuman moments and even batshit crazy suicidal rightousness, Goodman is fantastic as always and nice to see Kevin Pollack crop up too.If you watch this movie with no prior knowledge of Kevin Smith movies then you will pleasantly surprised at the action, dialogue and the overall Lynch-style gritty lens you're forced to watch this magnificent masterpiece through.Not Smiths best, but still a monument to independent filmaking at its finest and also a way for Smith to show that deep down, beneath all the podcasts, publicity, tv shows and noise, he is and always will be an exceptional indie filmaker.

Samuel O (es) wrote: Awesome film, entertaining and simple that is enough for me.