Lava Kusa

Lava Kusa

This movie deals with the later part of Ramayana written by Valmiki Maharshi and depicts the lives of the sons of Rama & Sita.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1963
  • Language:Telugu
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:hindu mythological,  

This movie deals with the later part of Ramayana written by Valmiki Maharshi and depicts the lives of the sons of Rama & Sita. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lava Kusa torrent reviews

Trayton A (fr) wrote: a combination of a crazy reality tv show and extremly rare sharks

Jerry Z (de) wrote: A sweet character study, with gentle humor. The movie had the potential for deeper probing of character that the director seems to have bypassed. The faces of the 200 actors playing the cardinals is enough of a reason to watch the film. Moretti's intensity in organizing the volleyball tournament is a great comment on the intensity of those cardinals in other matters.

Chloe (es) wrote: Absolutly nothing original about this movie, it was predictable start to finish. It was sweet but there are a lot of sweet movies that have much more to offer. NCIS fans can cop a look at Michael Weatherly looking cute as always, but thats about it.

Akhil A (ru) wrote: HiroKazu Koreeda just ******ing blew my Brains Off...!!!

Sherry M (us) wrote: Likeable story about a sort of supernatural connection via ham radio between a dead father and his now grown son. Strange idea but it works most of the time due to Dennis Quaid and Jim Caviezel, who is especially good as the troubled son. In fact, I would have liked to see more of why he was troubled.

Earthly S (de) wrote: Darrell carried the movie all the way to the end. Yes, Benny had his moments, but he's the typical insecure guy who has trouble figuring out truth over lies. I liked Denise, because she showed how it's possible to love w/out judgment on appearance. I'll give it 3 stars for effort.

pacificoduck (ru) wrote: "you got knocked da... F*** OWT!!"

Bonnie C (br) wrote: A pair of great acting by Meryl Streep and Shirley McClane. The movie rings a huge pang with the recent news of the passings of both mother and daughter which the novel by Carrie Fisher is based on. RIP.

Ethan H (kr) wrote: Not as good as it was made out to be

Brandon S (au) wrote: Sergio Corbucci's zany adventures of a cop that is accidently subjected to nuclear fallout and as a result becomes a superhero. The acting from Terence Hill is perfect for this film which really doesn't say much because it's horrible. It's like Police Academy meets Superman with the Sergio Corbucci touch.

Raj C (jp) wrote: If I were a filmaker I would study the camera man's technique in detail. They don't shoot them like this anymore. A calm reflective drama, ravishing imagically! Great setting, actors, plot. Crap title obscures a masterpiece.

Ryan C (au) wrote: A great sequel to a great movie. This was a good movie on so many levels and its underrated.

Ian B (de) wrote: Fanaticism vs pluralism and reason. These are important topics that resonate with our society.

Al H (mx) wrote: The story of a romance with a lethal virus.

Shaun I (ru) wrote: When I sit down to watch any feature starring Tom Hanks as the main character I get a warm assured feeling that tingles through my body. A knowing that if Tom has agreed to do this then I have agreed to give it my full undivided attention. I have no anxiety or worry that I'm going to lose the next couple of hours on pointless "guff".A Hologram For A King is simply a mid-life crisis/ fish out of water mash that I think could only of been carried by an actor of Mr Hank's talent. The films stunning cultural image of Saudi Arabia is interesting and moreish with likeable characters.The film is very charming and loveable to only the extent of the characters as the storyline feels like it's only giving you the basics and is screaming out for a deeper affair into the life of Mr Clay and the random doctor who will clearly just be a rebound as he will have to return to his lovely daughter that again didn't really make me understand the man that was being projected at me.