The film is a sequel to the 1988 film August 1, which was directed by Sibi Malayil, and written by S. N. Swamy. Following from August 1, Mammootty plays the character of the Crime Branch officer Perumal who investigates into an attempt of assassination on the chief minister of Kerala on the 15th of August, the Independence Day of India.
- Stars:Mammootty, Lalu Alex, Harisree Asokan, Bharathi, Balachandran Chullikadu, Johnnie, Madhu, Shweta Menon, Narayanan Nair, Biju Pappan, Meghana Raj, Ranjith, Pujappura Ravi, Saikumar, Siddique,
- Director:Shaji Kailas,
- Writer:S.N. Swamy
When the Chief Minister of Kerala V. G. Sadanandan, popularly known as VG, is poisoned, the investigation is assigned to ace cop Perumal. He has to apprehend the criminal who is a master of... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
August 15 torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Well acted film that unfortunately is very overwrought. It's too complex for its own good and kind of plays out like a made for TV thriller which is a shame because it has such a grade A cast.
(jp) wrote: haha, nice drama! natural acting rule! i always love a movie with traditional Fu Jian language, it made me laugh to hear those language in movie (other movie with that language is cape no.7)
(ag) wrote: As a person experiencing the affects of Lyme Disease personally, it is extremely frustrating to have first-hand knowledge of the medical communities lack of care and disregard for the disease. Under Our Skin is an excellent documentary that will hopefully open the worlds eyes to this terrible epidemic along with ending this countries medical bureaucracies and allow us Lyme Disease sufferers some helpful treatments.
(kr) wrote: Why didn't they end it when it should have ended. Mind numbingly disappointing to fans of the series. Should never have been made. If fact, just stop at the end of season 3.
(jp) wrote: This review contains mature subject matter.My friends and I chose to watch Ninja Cheerleaders because we expected to see a hilariously bad B-movie. Unfortunately, instead, we saw a poorly written, passably acted, unfunny, strange action/comedy with gratuitous nudity, dull characters and... Well, I'm just going to make my accusation: The writer/director has a CBT fetish. There are several scenes where the three protagonists threaten to mutilate male genitalia, and the favorite move of one of the protagonists is a "throat/groin combination". The writer/director actually addresses this issue through dialogue, but doesn't actually stop any of it. I respect the interests and fetishes of other people, but Presley, you're not making an adult film here. Sure, you show a naked woman pole dancing in numerous scene transitions, there are two entire go-go dancing sequences, and there are two topless women in one particular scene, but you also attempt to give the characters some interesting traits and you actually progress the plot at a passable pace. Speaking of the characters, Presley tries to give them way too many traits without developing them at all. They're supposed to be geniuses, they're supposed to be go-go dancers that just want money for college, they're supposed to be cheerleaders, they're supposed to be ninjas, they're supposed to be best friends since first grade, one of them is supposed to have an abusive stepfather, another is supposed to have a mother that is actually accepting of the fact that her daughter is a go-go dancer, and... You get the point. Presley gives them traits, but they are never developed. They never really seem intelligent, and they lack chemistry with one another. The fight choreography didn't impress me; the fight sequences weren't entertaining. The plot was dull, and the setup for a sequel was laughable. Oh, and what was up with the electricity and sparks on the swords during Hiroshi's fight with Kinji?Rating: 3/10A final thought: Kinji kept referring to herself in the third person. Please, never do this. Trust me, it isn't funny or amusing unless you're doing it briefly to mock someone that does it in an attempt to be humorous.
(nl) wrote: This movie really pisses you off, but for good reason. If you care at all about the environment or about how corrupt society has now become, you need to see this movie. It's more entertaining as a whole than An Inconvenient Truth, even though it isn't about as big of a thing...
(de) wrote: well made, but boring. Odd, huh?
(fr) wrote: A wacky, but quite fun kids from Toho studios about Mothra and co. trying to prevent the rampage of the ancient monster Desghidorah. For little kids and Godzilla completists only. The first of a Mothra trilogy made during the gap in Godzilla films from 1996-1999.
(it) wrote: I love Our Man Flint
(ru) wrote: A subtle yet brilliantly crafted short film of a man who becomes the unwilling guinea pig for experimentation into time travel.
(de) wrote: Oh...my...god! I never was more correct in rating a movie with half a star than with this one! Hilarious, how bad you can make a movie! I cannot even say what was average because everything was SOOOOO bad! Worth watching for the laughs on bad film-making (and there will be a LOT)!
(kr) wrote: idek....an elephant & alien, I guess. (all the info you rly need)
(us) wrote: For a film about pureness of heart the film has a lot of dark edges. Enjoyable performances from three very good character actors, Harry Carey, C. Aubrey Smith and Charles Winninger.
(ru) wrote: Pleasantly surprised! The music score carried this film for sure.
(it) wrote: A strong cast lends depth and dignity to "The Huntsman: Winter's War."