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Just Little Birds torrent reviews
Nisha K (br) wrote: This is the first time I watched a Tamil movie on the opening day. I'm glad I picked Vijay's comeback movie to do so. It was a great masala movie and would be perfect if it wasn't for the ridiculous villains. Vijay's part and the comedy and the story was awesome. Genelia shocks us with an unique role for us. Hansika is sorta wasted - used more for comedy than story development. I highly recommend this movie
Matt M (ag) wrote: Hilarious and entertaining movie. The tale of one squirrel, forced to live on the harsh streets after getting kicked out of the park. Unable to survive on the streets, devises a grand scheme to rob a group of mobster like Villains for all their nuts, enough for the winter, as food isn't a luxury provided on the streets, as it was in the park. Little does he know, the nut shop is a front for something much worse, will he stop them? Very childish, but funny and entertaining.
Josh L (es) wrote: Suspenseful, until the very end...
Karsh D (ca) wrote: Hilarious stuff. Poor, but hilarious!
Awi S (us) wrote: kudos to the filmmakers not to ridicule the subjects... guilt is just good marketing!
Roman D (gb) wrote: so banal, I quit in the middle
Mort P (ru) wrote: This is a great movie to take a nap by, if you can get past the scenes off violin-teaching and the abrupt departure of the leading man. Snooooooze! And by the way, the "crtics consensus" here hardly reflects the opinions expressed by your top reviewers.
Luke W (us) wrote: A well-made documentary, as per usual for Ken Burns, and the subject is a brilliant as the filmmaker. Frank Lloyd Wright's architecture is beautifully photographed and analyzed, and his personal life is interesting to a point, but we're here to see the work, and it is astounding.
Humberto O (gb) wrote: What can you say about this? One of the best movies ever made, definitely on my top 10.
Burton (nl) wrote: Absolutely beautiful. A fantastic piece of both trash and artistry. Norifumi Suzuki channels the finest moments of Italian fantasy cinema through the lens of nunsploitation, and japanese pinku eiga. Not the fastest mover ever... but the atmosphere and visual flair more than make up for lulls in the action.