Da Thadiya

Da Thadiya

The film tells the love story of an obese youth named Luke John Prakash. Luke comes from a wealthy family and is in love with a girl named Ann Mary Thadikkaran (Ann Augustine). The evolution of their relationship through various stages forms the crux of the story.

The big, fat, cute Luke John falls in love with his childhood crush Ann. Realizing she is not so fond of his fatness, Luke embarks on a 'quest' to loose his weight. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Matthew M (nl) wrote: Seamlessly blending old and new elements of the franchise together in one delightful package, X-Men: Days of Future Past combines emotional drama, exhilarating action, and surprising humor to create a wholly satisfying experience that ranks among the finest in the franchise.

Private U (ca) wrote: a very good movie shows how life in india can be real hard for the good people

Amy H (nl) wrote: This movie is like a classy teenage zombie movie. Nothing exciting. But there's a lot of gore and blood.

Lucas A (ca) wrote: Pedro Almodvar takes a fantastic look inside "Talk to Her", one of his best. A wonderful masterpiece of love, crime and drama. A deep film, striking characters and beautiful excelent performances. Almodvar is genius in 'Talk to Her'.

Serge L (nl) wrote: Some good and original ideas. But why scatological jokes again? Only englishes can find it funny. Possibly it is homer-sexual jokes because it has the same effect as two guys kissing. Blech! Otherwise, the whole thing made a lot of sense. The villain, Pascal Sauvage, had a great plan that could probably work in real life: make an island a prison. The englishes did it many times, notably with Australia. So, I was rather disappointed when Sauvage lost it in the end. And like a big crybaby, as if kings were like that. The chase scene was original. The girl is really beautiful. Malkovitch was great with a good accent, except at the very end. Really, the film would have been better if the french had won. Then a rematch would have been obligated, etc.

Jesse O (mx) wrote: One of the things that bothered me about this series, and that I just realized as I was watching the film, is the fact that every film in the trilogy features completely different villains under the Ghostface mask. Yet, and despite the sequels' connectivity with the original film, everyone of those villains somehow managed to buy the same exact voice changer to mask their voice. I mean the voice for Ghostface is exactly the same in all three films. And don't even get me started on the incredibly liberal use of the voice changer in THIS film. Somehow this voice changer has all of the characters' voices stored in it. How? Why? For a film that was all about making fun of horror cliches, they're starting to play into the very thing that they were making fun of. They don't even bother to explain how this voice changer is able to capture the voices of every character in the film despite the villain him/herself not being in contact with some of the characters that he/she has stored in the voice changer. Talk about stupid. With that said, it's not like I found this film to be terrible or anything of the sort. It is an obvious step down from the first two films. This is the problem with both sequels, it's that it felt like they lacked what made the first Scream so unique. Scream 2 had some of what made it special, but this one played right into everything that the movie chose to mock. You know how I said the first two deaths of Scream were more gruesome than everything in Scream 2. Well, I'd like to modify that a bit, the first two deaths in Scream are more gruesome than anything in Scream 2 and 3 combined. Think about that. I don't mean to say more violent because the death count, between 2 and 3, is obviously higher than the original film. But as far as deaths that were gruesome, 2 and 3 are like watching a Disney film when compared to the first film. With the exception of Randy's video tape where he explains the rules of a trilogy, this is really a straightforward slasher through and through. There's a lot of talk about trilogies in the narrative, but only the Randy scene feels like something that feels true to the original concepts of the first film. I did like the addition of Parker Posey as Jennifer, or Gale in the film-within-a-film, Stab 3. Parker is really damn entertaining in this film and if they were heading towards a more comedic style while toning down on the violence, to avoid criticism or controversy, then they did a good enough at choosing a cast to make the transition a little easier. Posey might, honestly, be the best part of this entire film. The horror itself is definitely more mixed than the comedic aspects of the film. I don't know, I just don't think that Ghostface, as a villain, was never really that terrifying. I mean, he/she is a homicidal maniac going around knifing people. It's something that's closer to reality than the usual slashers, but he just doesn't inspire much fear. Again, part of it is due to the fact that you're thinking about who's behind the mask this time and not his actions. That takes away some of that effectiveness that the character might've had otherwise. But that's just me. The horror is definitely average in this film, it's nothing special. It's a perfectly fine way to close off this trilogy, but there's no denying that it's an obvious step down from the two previous films. Whether knowingly or not, Scream 3 became exactly the same thing it once mocked. It's never a terrible film, and it's a decent sendoff to the trilogy, but it's not that I would exactly recommend it or that you would be missing out on anything if you chose to skip this film. Average at best.

Iain C (jp) wrote: Really good film but not a feel good movie

Callie K (es) wrote: pretty cute and funny family comedy.

Tom M (br) wrote: Although it is very similar to the original, Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers is at least a step up from the third entry.

visitorQ S (ca) wrote: Stanley Kubrick sagte ber diesen Film "Das Einzige, was mit Overlord nicht stimmt, ist, dass er anderhab Stunden zu kurz ist.". Ich mchte dem Meister diesbezglich wirklich nicht widersprechen, wenn "The man" etwas sagt, dann hat das Hand und Fu. Was ich nur wirklich sehr schade finde, ist, dass dieser Film bis heute weitesgehend unbekannt ist. Ich kann nur allen raten sich diese kleine aber wirklich toll gemachte Produktion anzusehen! 3,5/5

Russell G (mx) wrote: A trio of criminals kill a cop in a gas station heist gone bad and Hayden is ready to tear LA apart to get them. The movies hard as nails, and everyone puts in a fantastic performance. Check it out.

Bob M (ag) wrote: My wife & I enjoyed this movie as an example of racial tensions side-by-side with personal relationships between racially diverse folks, drug & alcohol abuse, a legal system gone haywire, and love between a grandfather & granddaughter. It was worthy of our time and our emotional investment in the characters.

Melissa A (br) wrote: Sweet story and very family friendly. It went a bit long though. I'm already interested in seeing the sequel.