Ramesh (Adharvaa) is a Plus II student who hails from the slums of Royapuram. Just as other teenagers, he has his share of troubles, including the daily nagging from his mother (Mounica), an idly seller. He has been repeating Plus II several times, much to his mother's dismay. However, he escapes from her and goes out to fly kites with his friends. His passion for flying kites is his only happiness, along with the company of his friends. He is also a big fan of actor Rajinikanth, and has a photo of the actor on all his kites.
- Stars:Atharvaa Murali, Prasanna, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Karunas, Mounica, Rajendran, T.P. Gajendran, Manobala, Murali, Debi Dutta,
- Director:Badri Venkatesh,
Ramesh (Adharvaa) is a Plus II student who hails from the slums of Royapuram. Just as other teenagers, he has his share of troubles, including the daily nagging from his mother (Mounica), an idly seller. He has been repeating Plus II several times, much to his mother's dismay. However, he escapes from her and goes out to fly kites with his friends. His passion for flying kites is his only happiness, along with the company of his friends. He is also a big fan of actor Rajinikanth, and has a photo of the actor on all his kites. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Baana Kaathadi torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Thought provoking, eye opening. Perhaps a little heavy handed against the China government, but definitely makes you think about some of the poor decisions made by our government.
(ag) wrote: cheap little flick of a pre burn notice. worth it for a few jokes and fighting.
(gb) wrote: Clancy Brown adds a great, scheme-tastic Lex Luthor to his resume of baddies. He falls between Hackman Luthor and Spacey Luthor; more believably dangerous (on a large scale) than Hackman, and more dynamic and charismatic than Spacey. His mental degeneration from repentant and respected politician to flat-out psycho is quite subtly handled as well, especially considering the fact that the film only lasts just over an hour, though the Kryptonite steroids bit does come a little too out of nowhere for my taste.As well as all the fun and interesting character moments, Public Enemies is stuffed with quality fights. There is one particular Battle Royal about half way through after Luthor has put a billion-dollar bounty on the heads of our heroes. Just about every DC supervillain I know (and about a hundred more that I don??t, including a telepathic gorilla!) show up to try to collect. It is scenes like this where the animated features will always outstrip live-action. It is good for the drama to see Superman taking a beating every now and then ?? something the films have often struggled to bring to the screen.
(kr) wrote: The characters are interesting and so is Matty's commitment to her cheating husband. Not the typical standards you see in America's society today. Was hoping I'd like it a lot more than I did. The dynamics worked most of the time, but the overall story felt like it was missing a little something to make it even better.
(jp) wrote: Great movie with an interesting plot and fascinating characters.
(us) wrote: Started off well, something went wrong in the middle!
(jp) wrote: A decent cast, some okay action and a couple of neat visuals are not enough to overcome a bland plot, shallow characters, poor script and a film as a whole that passes by with barely an impression. Just another video game movie adaption that fails on practically every level which is a shame since the games have a lot more to offer.
(ag) wrote: I enjoyed this short but it reminded me too much of Paperman, which was really enjoyable.
(mx) wrote: The twists just keep coming with each vicious game...surprisingly good.
(br) wrote: Cleverly choreographed action chase movie complete with an ample helping of Jason Statham's cool customer Kung fu bad-assery.
(ag) wrote: OHHHH, SO THIS IS WHAT IT'S LIKE TO BE A CHILD!!!In any case, this is a pretty good film about the ambiguity and strangeness of childhood and there's a lot of heart beneath it all. I actually prefer the beginning, when the kid lives at home, more so than the rest of the film, but that would be an entirely different film and what's here is darn good anyway.
(it) wrote: One of the last few great westerns before the genre died in the late 1980's
(gb) wrote: Francis McNeil "Frank" Murphy (Roy Scheider) is a Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) helicopter-pilot-officer and troubled Vietnam War veteran with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). His field partner is the newly assigned Richard Lymangood (Daniel Stern), who is given the nickname "JAFO" (Just Another Fucking Observer). The two patrol Los Angeles at night and give assistance to police cars below. Murphy is selected to pilot the world's most advanced helicopter, nicknamed "Blue Thunder," which is essentially a military-style combat helicopter intended for police use in surveillance and large-scale civic disobedience. With powerful armament, stealth technology that allows it to fly virtually undetected, and other accoutrements (such as infrared scanners, powerful microphones and cameras, and a U-Matic VCR), Blue Thunder appears to be a formidable tool in the war on crime. But, when the death of city councilwoman Diane McNeely turns out to be more than just a random murder, Murphy begins his own covert investigation. He discovers that a subversive action group, using the acronym THOR (Tactical Helicopter Offensive Response, the "proposed use of military helicopters to quell disorder"), is intending instead to use Blue Thunder to carry out an evil mission of their own, one that involves the secret elimination of political undesirables. Murphy suspects the involvement of his old wartime nemesis, former United States Army Colonel F.E. Cochrane (Malcolm McDowell), the primary test pilot for Blue Thunder...John Badham has directed a mixed set of movies, but "Blue Thunder" is for sure amongst his best ones. Been many years since I saw "Blue Thunder" and it was pure joy to resee it again. This has a classic conspiracy thriller structure with a wink and a nod to the conspiracy thriller movie production of the 70s. Roy Scheider is great as Murphy, a young Daniel Stern is fine as Lymangood and Malcolm McDowell is in a great bad guy shape. What surprised me in a way was that "Blue Thunder" is very well made in terms of action sequences in air for being made in the early 80s. Its suspenseful, dramatic and exciting. I remember being fascinated by the helicopter Blue Thunder when the movie came out. This supercool combat helicopter with the ability to split a policecar in two parts! The first draft of the screenplay for "Blue Thunder" featured Frank Murphy as more of a crazy main character with deeper psychological issues, who went on a rampage and destroyed much of Los Angeles before finally falling to F-16s. Filmed on location in Los Angeles during the winter months of 1980-81, this was one of Warren Oates's last films before his death in 1982, which occurred during post-production less than one year after principal filming had ended, and it is dedicated to him. Malcolm McDowell actually hated flying and no one, not even his wife, could persuade him to overcome his phobia. During the final battle scene between his character Cochrane and Frank Murphy, McDowell's grimaces were caught on film for all to see, clearly displaying his discomfort at being in the air.
(au) wrote: Great cast in this counterculture western, featuring some genuinely great character work by Oates, Ben Johnson bastarding it up as a sheriff provocateur, and Peter Boyle as a pill-poppin' inventor evangelist. The anti-modern, rebel subtext is none too subtle - but fairly well executed, pacey fun.
(br) wrote: Wonderful...after getting the MST3K treament.
(kr) wrote: Insurgent was a complete mess! You might like the film but you will aggree with me that it could have been so much better. The film's action is even worse then the first film. The film relies way too much on green screen and CGI use that make the movie look bland but like the first one I still had a fun time with the film.