Kattradhu Thamizh

Kattradhu Thamizh

A young Tamil-postgraduate, who, frustrated with the circumstances and futility of his job, slowly loses his mental balance and becomes a psychopath.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:Tamil
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:tamil,   inequality,  

Story of a young man who is a post-graduate in tamil, problem faced by him in getting a job and about inequalities in society. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kattradhu Thamizh torrent reviews

Amanda H (mx) wrote: I can't say I was surprised that this was awful. I mean, with Aaron Carter as the leading "man," how could it be anything else? I suppose if I was 10, I would probably have found this enjoyable. But it's full of cliches, not to mention vomit-inducing cameos by former teen stars. I don't know what possessed me to rent this and to then sit through it in its entirety, but I wish I hadn't.

Sabina B (ru) wrote: This movie is intriguing and interesting, with great fighting scenes and good music. It was also well-made and had a great story and plot, with great scenes. The idea that Kalevala and Chinese mythology had something in common was interesting. I just think this is an amazing movie.

Maineutral R (de) wrote: I don't know how they make the deep and wit TV series a boring, flat, turned-off movie like this. This is off-tracked from the series and instead tries to be a derivate from other movies, but doing that in first place is terrible. Not even Arnold and his advices can survive this.

Grant S (kr) wrote: Dull. Could have been interesting, but told in a very unimaginative sort of way, especially for a sci fi movie. A TV movie, and it certainly looks and feels like one.

Alex D (fr) wrote: With Vatel, starring such actors as Grard Depardieu, Tim Roth, and Uma Thurman, one would expect at the very least, a decent historical drama. But, au contraire, the film is riddled with issues and is bogged down by a weak plot, lack of character depth, and a weak acting-directing combo among other things. A critical mistake was the selection of a director seemingly without much talent for directing. Roland Jofe, known for his bizarre and much despised rendition of "The Scarlet Letter" and the critical and commercial flop ?Captivity,? presents a disorganized film devoid of any compelling plot. One will be bored to tears, perhaps more content watching a cycle of laundry or paint dry on a wall. The poor acting certainly contributes to this. Uma Thurman (?Pulp Fiction?), perhaps one of the most overrated actresses of our time, plays her character flatly and dryly. Even the great Grard Depardieu (?Cyrano de Bergerac?) is reduced to generic, dull character portrayal. Tim Roth?s (?Reservoir Dogs?) performance is seemingly a bright spot in the cast, but even this cannot save the viewer from the mind-numbing production Jofe presents. On a final note, it is worth mentioning that the visuals are spectacular, even netting the set director an Oscar nod. But, as in movies la ?Max Payne? and ?2012? stunning visuals cannot save the film from its demise as a result of downright miserable directing and acting. And yes, I?m afraid that this movie is on an equal level as ?Max Payne...? Final Score and Summary: 1/10, Impressive visuals marred by a talentless director, pathetic performances from the actors, and a non-existent plot

LeslieAnn G (nl) wrote: Absolutley my favourite movie ever!

Allan C (ag) wrote: Competently made but forgettable slasher film of the early 80s is really not all that worth watching except for Melissa Sue Anderson (Mary from "Little House on the Prairie") in the lead role and Glenn Ford doing some serious slumming as her psychiatrist. And a seriously dumb twist ending that comes out of nowhere and makes the ending to "Sleepaway Camp" seem perfectly logical by comparison.

Muffin M (de) wrote: I own this on DVD and Blu-Ray.

Jake P (kr) wrote: Crumb is entirely captivating. The subject & those that surround him are people, mostly brilliant & disturbed, funny, shallow, macabre & one of a kind.

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