Kochadaiiyaan

Kochadaiiyaan

The Story of a powerful king Kochadaiiyaan, and so does his Kingdom. But on a fateful day, one of his close friends plots against him and acquires his kingdom, while he was driven away. Kochadaiiyaan gets a baby boy Rana, who grows up to become a great warrior, and fights and redeems the kingdom that rightfully belongs to him.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:124 minutes
  • Release:2014
  • Language:Tamil,Telugu,Hindi,Panjabi,Malayalam,Bhojpuri,English,Spanish,French,Japanese,Korean,Chinese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:character name in title,   one word title,   battle,  

The film tells about theenmity between two nations Kalingapuri and Kottaipattinam. a civilian of Kottaipattinam, Rana leaves his country and move to Kalingapuri that does not let any one know about background of him. After a period of time, he is considered as the conmander in chief by Raja Mahendra. However, Rana has not accomplished some ambitions yet. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Poppy S (de) wrote: mediocre as a film but i love the people in it

Smith G (br) wrote: Had a bit of a slow start, but the acting was good, the concept was interesting, and the script was solid. I liked it.

Katie M (de) wrote: While the movie achieves moments of greatness in its conceptual filming, the plot and script are quite low par-wise. It's a little amusing, however.

Brandon W (jp) wrote: Fearless is a bittersweet ending to Jet Li's epic martial arts movies until he's in American films now. I thought the plot at first was terrible and just seem as an excuse to make the fights, but it gets better at the middle and the end even though it makes the premise simple. As for the fights, they are energetic and just fantastic. This is my first time watching a Chinese film with Jet Li, so hearing him talk in Chinese sounds weird, but it started to warm up to me. It does have emotional moments that really make you feel bad. You learn a lot about the main character, despite the fact that's like other characters even though it's based on a true story. Fearless is a great film that Chinese fans are going to like.

scott g (ag) wrote: early steve bushimi, as one of many gay guys living in newyork in 80s, with aids full throw, and relationships tested, cutting edge in a way as this was shot in 86, so a very relevent film at time, and great seeng a young bushimi, n

Amber C (au) wrote: This film is really great for older viewers, but, to be honest, not for younger ones. You can watch this film with a young child, although I won't guarantee that they'll be interested the whole way through. It's funny in places, I love the actual clips, but I personally found it slow and didn't understand half of it until the very end.

John S (kr) wrote: Very slow film. set between the wars

Pamela D (br) wrote: Ever wonder what kinds of quaint buildings, neighborhoods and people those sterile, downtown concrete and steel condos displaced? When ruthless developers evict senior citizens from their ancient and honorable tenement, the residents collaborate to form their own historic preservation society. Their idea of neighborhood improvement entails getting rid of such adversaries as a cold-hearted real estate magnate and his arrogant cronies, and the bodies start to pile up. Independent "contracting" of this sort is a tricky business however. By and by matters get ouf of hand and the group finds themselves in over their heads. Sad, funny, poignant and bloody, Homebodies is a jet black comedy, but it's credible and never campy. Cinephiles will recognize classic film era veterans Peter Brocco, Paula Turman, Ian Wolfe, Frances Fuller, Ruth McDevitt, and William Hansen. Good characterizations, effective performances, and a gem of a script that doesn't patronize make this hard to find, forgotten sleeper a macabre delight.

Jussi M (au) wrote: Alejandro Jodorowsky ei voi olla tysipinen. Kukaan tysipinen ei pysty tekemn tllaista leffaa.

Jamin M (jp) wrote: Ah, The Lion King, the highest-grossing 2D animated film of all time. I love this movie, and while I don't think it's quite the masterpiece everyone says it is, there are still plenty of things to like about it. The animation, of course is beautiful. I love the African setting. The story is good, the characters are likeable, the voice acting, especially from James Earl Jones and Jeremy Irons, is great, and the songs, for the most part, are nice as well. I was one of those people who cried at Mufasa's death. But what really makes this movie good is the sheer size of it. It's just a big movie, and it does come from the story. But I do have a few gripes with this movie. One is that the message of the movie is a little botched. When Simba goes back to face his fear, his fears start to win, and none of the lionesses stand up for him until it's revealed that he didn't kill Mufasa. So the message is botched. Also, Scar goes through a complete 180. He starts off as sinister and conniving, but after he becomes king, he turns into a little child. Also, I think Matthew Broderick as adult Simba is a little bland. The two songs that stand out the most to me are Circle of Life and Be Prepared. I know some people hate I Just Can't Wait to Be King, but I enjoy that one personally. As for Can You Feel the Love Tonight and Hakuna Matata, I think there tolerable, but also the weakest of the soundtrack. Hakuna Matata is one I both hate and love at the same time. It's very annoying but I can't help but sing along to it. I like the African choir in Can You Feel the Love Tonight, as well as Timon and Pumbaa's parts, but it's not really necessary since the romance between Simba and Nala wasn't the main focus. But despite these problems, I still think The Lion King is a good, strong film. It has great animation, good characters, and good story with good drama and good humor. Those hyenas crack me the freak up. And like I said, it's just a huge movie. It's not in my top ten favorite Disney movies, but it's very close, ranking number twelve. It's not perfect, but I still love it and I always have a great time watching it.

Shinyhair X (it) wrote: A rather silly film. I didn't like Depardieu at all in this, and I couldn't figure out why he was speaking with a clear French accent when he was supposed to be from Italy and everyone in his surroundings spoke with an Italian accent. This could have been so much better

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