Chandrashekhar lives alone in a dark and violent city. Even with crime occurring all around him, he withdraws from all responsibility and lives quietly. Soon, change is forced upon him in order to catch a serial killer. Like a grandmaster who anticipates his opponents moves well in advance, he proceeds forward. But only once, just once, he makes a fatal mistake.
- Stars:Mohanlal, Priyamani, Babu Antony, Devan, Riyaz Khan, Mithra Kurian, Manikuttan, Anoop Menon, Ambika Mohan, Rajshri Nair, Arjun Nandakumar, Narein, Roma, Seetha, Siddique,
- Director:B. Unnikrishnan,
- Writer:Agatha Christie (novel), B. Unnikrishnan
A veteran cop chases a cold blooded serial killer, who murders his victims in alphabetical order. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Grandmaster torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Thought the movie has its humor spot on, the plot and the animation bring this movie to a low point, overall DBZ Battle of the Gods fails to deliver what the the franchise has been known for all this years by having a compelling story-line.
(us) wrote: A great movie, although there are some parts that didn't make any sense but still a great movie.
(it) wrote: This is the male equivalent of a teenage cheerleader movie, complete with the snobby shallow rich character that has to be on top. For those who like supercross racing this movie is good enough. Otherwise there's not enough depth here to compel a viewer that the ride is worth it.
(br) wrote: a perfect biographical film which both successfully visualise the work of modigliani and in which Andy Garcia's performance is breath-taking!
(nl) wrote: One of those warm up to movies but a great flick
(nl) wrote: In 1991's "Freejack", 2009 is a dystopian future where nearly all-powerful corporations rule a ruined environment and a wrecked economy. OK, they got that correct but then again so did the equally cheesy "Robocop". By 2009, humans have mastered the ability to control the space-time continuum to the extent they can draw people forward and replace their minds with another being held in electronic stasis. OK, we haven't really mastered those things yet but damn our telephones have gotten pretty cool. Against this shaky premise "Freejack" puts together a cast that includes the less lunatic of the Sheen brothers, the criminally underused David Johansen, the peerless Anthony Hopkins and, yes, in the Boba Fett role, Mick Jagger. And despite the compelling screen stars, it is Jagger who maintains the audience's eye despite the ridiculous headgear he wears in most scenes and the equally ludicrous haircut beneath. Jagger's charisma nearly carries the film but given that it consists of one extended car (or motorcycle or champagne truck or tricked-out golf car) chase after another after another eventually even his power to charm cannot keep the mind from drifting. During this drifting one wonders why a man with the foresight to run the world's most powerful corporation wouldn't have had a back-up plan to pluck some other body from the past if things didn't work out with the first particularly given that any screw-ups would have meant his death? Anyway, in short, people who like their sci-fi cheap and cheesy or anyone who wishes Mick Jagger and David Johansen had done more movie work will be all-jacked-up by this film.
(jp) wrote: Great movie, a tense thriller throughout the entire film.
(ag) wrote: Spoiler: el negro muere primero xD