Tamala 2010: A Punk Cat in Space

Tamala 2010: A Punk Cat in Space

Tamala is a cat living on Planet Cat Earth in the Feline Galaxy. In attempt to leave the Feline Galaxy, which is practically owned by a mega corporation called Catty & Co., she crashes on the violence-ridden Planet Q where she meets Michelangelo. Together they have fun, while Tamala seaches for her connections to Catty & Co. and her mysterious homeworld Orion

A cerebral and existential story of Tamla, a kitten from the Planet of Cats, who sets out to solve the mystery of her birth. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tamala 2010: A Punk Cat in Space torrent reviews

Isaac M (au) wrote: Immensely boring and unmemorable. The worst part was the film's delusions of grandeur: there were dramatic camera pans and a melodramatic pre-battle speech all of which made the movie feel like it was trying its hardest to be Lord of the Rings as it completely failed to do so.

Monty W (mx) wrote: Though it does have a compelling message, is well shot and features some stand out characters (the old gnarly mother), it is overlong, repetitive and in parts, boring. An honourable effort, though.

Jason R (es) wrote: I don't know Doris Roberts doing a shoryuken seems like a theatrical epic win.

Ashley D (ca) wrote: i loved this movie, it was amazing and makes me look at how disable vets and disable people were treated back in the day and how they couldn't get jobs.

Jack H (it) wrote: Grade - F I'm going with the critics on this one

Daniel B (jp) wrote: Written and directed by Vincent Gallo. Christina Ricci and again Vincent Gallo are superb in what looks like a suburban nightmare. I must also mention Angelica Houston as Gallo's barmy Buffalo Bills football nut mother.

Sean G (br) wrote: Paul Thomas Anderson's first feature is a confident, subtle character study that features superb turns from Phillip Baker Hall, John C. Reilly and Samuel L. Jackson. This is a film that takes it time to establish its character. Even at 100 minutes, it is loaded with fascinating conversations, characterization and a genuinely surprising plot twist. A good P.T. Anderson film and a great character study.

Yan B (ag) wrote: How can this be rated so low.

Timothy B (ca) wrote: Top British film, lee evans is perfect for his role, his energies are restrained and are not annoying!


Andrew S (jp) wrote: Peter Gibbons is computer programmer who at the ripe old age of 28 is having a mid-life crisis. Unable to endure another moment of the mind-numbing routine and petty annoyances that assault him day after day, Peter and some equally frustrated colleagues hatch a plot which could lead to a very lucrative and early retirement.

Jc E (de) wrote: Gorgeous epic based on the historical courageous exploits of a Spanish hero, El Cid. Made in 1961, this massive epic was filmed without the help of CGIs, and so the thousands of soldiers and horses were thousands of real actors and horses. Only one man could have filled those epic heroic shoes of Rodrigo El Cid. The same man who parted the red sea. The same man who rode the chariots in a do or die battle against his childhood friend. Yes, its non other than Charlton Heston who had the epic stature, the chiselled good looks and the masculinity to play the role. Before Angelina Jolie, the queen of pouty lips was Sophia Loren. Her smoky hot pouty lips are the dreams of every kissing man. The film is a feast for the eyes on beautiful colourful period costumes, castles, architecture and beautiful Sophia Loren and her arch nemesis.

D M (it) wrote: Two entertainers get lost on their way to Guam and land on an isolated Pacific Island. The inhabitants are natives as well as a mad scientist (played by Lugosi; there are vampire references done in a comedic manner). The scientist literally makes a monkey out of one of the entertainers. Too much singing in this rather unfunny comedy-horror. The pair of entertainers very closely resemble Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis (who aren't funny in their own right) and apparently Lewis even sued to have this film blocked from release. Maybe he should have won.

Stephen C (au) wrote: In 1946 producer David O Selznick was looking to top his masterwork Gone With the Wind.So he hired director King Vidor,tampered with the screenplay and ramped everything up to 11 in the hope he could capture lightning in a bottle as he had done in 1939.The result was Vidor walked when Selznick started directing over his shoulder and the producer cast his mistress in the lead role and by doing that scuppered any chances of making this film a masterpieceSo the final result has a kind of over the top grandieur which is let down by Jennifer Jones and Joseph Cotten being so drippy in there roles and only Gregory Peck delivering the kind of perfomance which matches the producers grand vision.The film looks great and there are plenty of memorable set pieces which only a classic Hollywood film can provide.But as i pointed out the two leads are dull Jones cant really act halfbreed and Cotten is lumbered with a boring good guy part while Peck steals the film from both of them.Martin Scorsese has pointed out that the film is flawed and i am inclined to agree with him and its a long way from the best films that Vidor made for the studio system.An interesting failiure and a good film to watch alongside the equally flawed Heavens Gate.

Bret G (de) wrote: Polanski employs powerhouse actors to peddle the kind of wisdom you could find at any PTA meeting. Skip it.