18 Vayasu

18 Vayasu

8 Vayasu is all about a mentally unstable youngster, who falls in love. Be it happiness or anger, he has a unique way of expressing it. Whenever he is depressed, he takes on the behaviour of an animal that he sights first.It released on August 24, 2012 and received negative reviews.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:Tamil
  • Reference:Imdb
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18 Vayasu torrent reviews

Joe C (ru) wrote: A straight forward look at The National Film Registry. A delightful movie to watch for anyone who considers themselves a film buff.

Ian G (it) wrote: What a big load of rubbish, Tarantino has totally lost the plot. This film is too violent for kids and too pleurile for adults.

Deb S (nl) wrote: The story about a teenage genius Hal (Justin Long) who locks himself in the bathroom for three months, in order to work out mathematical equations on his shower walls and secretly ogle his cheerleader neighbor, Lacy (Danica McKellar) without interference from his overbearing mother Nancy Nestor (Wendie Malick) who sees herself as the perfect wife and mother. A battle of wills ensues with Nancy determined to lure her son out for a valedictory speech and Hal equally determined to stay in the john. Psychologist Dr. Curle Weeks (Ed Begley Jr.) comes to Nancy's aid to develop a program that might get her obsessive-compulsive son out of the bathroom. Stephen Root stars as the beleaguered dad who just wants to get through each day while Malick is hilarious as Hal`s social-climbing and equally dysfunctional mother.

WS W (gb) wrote: Realistic. Depressingly disturbing. EVERYONE in the film is either shithead or freakball, no kidding, EVERYONE!

Lauren P (es) wrote: Oh yeah, it gets ALL FIVE...only because it was fun to make jokes about...

Tobias X (fr) wrote: David Cronenberg's most bland and disappointing work. Ironic, seeing how the source material is so interesting.

Ryan V (kr) wrote: Mel Brooks spent decades of his career making spoofs of classic Hollywood movies, so I suppose it was only a matter of time before he took a crack at the oft-filmed legend of Robin Hood. Unfortunately, Robin Hood: Men in Tights suffers from lowbrow humor that goes nowhere, unfunny nonjokes that should've never survived the first edit of the script, and cringe-inducing callbacks to the better comedies that Mel Brooks wrote and directed years earlier. Robin Hood: Men in Tights has gained a cult reputation thanks to plenty of late night cable broadcasts, but I could never find any redeeming qualities in this one. The best thing I can say about this movie is that it isn't quite as awful as Dracula: Dead and Loving It.

Juannepierre A (de) wrote: slow and magical. its rich in psycho-sexuallity which is huge for its time. to address sex and fetishism in a mature and clear fashion is great for a time that viewed it as purely perversion

Mansi V (au) wrote: I don't any director can make a thriller movie like this one simply awesome.

Alex S (ag) wrote: Okay war film, quite disappointing considering the cast and director.

Jason M (de) wrote: Akira Kurosawa's masterpiece has become a copied plot-line since its release. The "same story from many perspectives" is standardized here for subsequent generations to repeat over and over.The film is an excellent tale, and despite it being Japanese, is still quite satisfying to watch.

Ernest C (es) wrote: The ending is a bit generic and formulaic, but by then the film has already done enough to sufficiently entertain, especially visually.

Mark D (nl) wrote: It took her soul, You're next