Oru Naal Varum
Oru Naal Varum is a cat and mouse game where the life of a corrupt government official takes some intriguing topsy-turvy turns. With the magical combo of Mohanlal and Sreenivasan in action, there are times when the movie reminds us of some of their glorious years together, on screen
- Stars:Mohanlal, Sameera Reddy, Lalu Alex, Aliyar, Chempil Asokan, Fathima Babu, Indrans, Jayakrishnan, T.P. Madhavan, Ambika Mohan, Vijayan V. Nair, Nazriya Nazim, Kottayam Nazir, Dinesh Panicker, Biju Pappan,
- Director:Rajeev Kumar,
- Writer:Sreenivasan (dialogue), Sreenivasan (screenplay), Sreenivasan (story)
Oru Naal Varum is a cat and mouse game where the life of a corrupt government official takes some intriguing topsy-turvy turns. With the magical combo of Mohanlal and Sreenivasan in action, there are times when the movie reminds us of some of their glorious years together, on screen . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Oru Naal Varum torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: After hearing how great this film was, I was rather crestfallen to watch an annoying couple bicker for most of the runtime and then see a few blurry, Blair Witch-inspired bits at the very end that are supposed to be terrifying.The first true stinker of my Halloween 2015 viewing, definitely something I'd suggest you pass on unless you've got a greater threshold for meandering storytelling than I do.
(it) wrote: Begins with promising suspense and a original sense of horror, but later it let down into political commentary and the incompetence from the director to create chills without physical sounds, but El Paramo is barely enterteining if diverted of what could be, and explores the dementia of war with a (practically non-existent) supernatural setting. Sometimes creepy and visceral and other confusing and boring.
(fr) wrote: Unlike Ben aflect, they were great in this movie.
(es) wrote: not bad for a korean film
(fr) wrote: surprisingly good...emraan hashmi continues to develop as an actor, and he's almost reaching the stage where he will be considered one of the big ones...sonal chauhan was ok but in the last scene she lost my entire respect with her screaming...i never thought someone could cry and scream worse than amisha patel, but sonal chauhan has definitely proved me wrong
(kr) wrote: a postmodern silent film?
(de) wrote: What can I say? Love or money, rarely both does a woman get. Great story. Acting goes without say when you talk about Christian Slater <3
(gb) wrote: Still has that 48 hour flare. The first was better.
(gb) wrote: An unbelievably dark tone, a subplot involving different groups killing each other for Godzilla's cells, awesome battles, and horrifying monster designs make up the majority of Godzilla's best outing. One of my favorite movies ever.
(it) wrote: On the Waterfront (1954) 108m. ???? D: Elia Kazan. Marlon Brando, Karl Malden, Lee J. Cobb, Rod Steiger, Pat Henning, Leif Erickson, Eva Marie Saint. Staggering film of underpaid union workers and the one man who stands up to their "untouchable" employers--a bad idea. Brando as ex-prize fighter, Malden as priest, Cobb as corrupt union manager, Steiger as Brando's sinister brother, and Saint as girlfriend are all perfect. Eight Oscars: Picture, Direction, Brando, Saint, Screenplay, Cinematography, Art Direction, Editing. Leonard Bernstein's thundering score SHOULD have won.
(kr) wrote: I thought it was good. I wouldn't put it on my favorites list cause I am more of a action kind of guy but it was good
(kr) wrote: The first one was better, although also weird.
(de) wrote: A difficult subject well done!