Perumazhakkalam

Perumazhakkalam

The movie deals with the repercussions of the murder of Reghu Rama Iyer (Vineeth) in Saudi Arabia. Under the Shariath Law, Akbar (Dileep) is found guilty and is condemned to be beheaded for the crime committed. The judgment is revoked only if the deceased ones wife, Ganga (Kavya Madhavan), forgives the murderer, Akbar. Razia (Meera Jasmin), Akbar's wife, is caught in this agonizing situation.

The movie deals with the repercussions of the murder of Reghu Rama Iyer (Vineeth) in Saudi Arabia. Under the Shariath Law, Akbar (Dileep) is found guilty and is condemned to be beheaded for the crime committed. The judgment is revoked only if the deceased ones wife, Ganga (Kavya Madhavan), forgives the murderer, Akbar. Razia (Meera Jasmin), Akbar's wife, is caught in this agonizing situation. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Official C (es) wrote: Needless to say, Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston are fantastic in this movie. It is a step up from its rather weary predecessor, with more action and less Dutch angle shots.

Ryan H (ag) wrote: Fun movie. Made me very nostalgic for Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

William A (ag) wrote: I want to own this DVD for sure. I have always been a fan of Hal Holbrook.

Michael C (us) wrote: Not bad, but not good either. Half trained spy/ millionaire. Gets thrown into a conspiracy after his fathers killed and he inherits the billion dollar business. Sloppy writing, weak acting and just simple plot lines that tries to be clever

Noname (de) wrote: Felt first like a tv movie but it was good. It was like a mixture of evil dead / grudge kinda and i enjoyed it.

Samantha A (br) wrote: wow, its very...heart breaking i think the word is

Michael M (ru) wrote: This movie was funnier in college. Watching it again 14 years later, it still has a few laughs (and skinny Gwyneth still is on fire), but it's just not as funny. I'll say this is still one of the few movies where I can stomach Jack Black (as I normally hate that jackass) and I still wonder why Jason Alexander didn't make more movies. My guess it's because he wipes his ass with Seinfeld money.

Rebecka W (mx) wrote: What is it with Danish movies? One better than the other! Again, a great movie, that will touch you!

Vincent T (us) wrote: Un sous Full Metal Jacket en gros. Bonne interpretation mais ca ne va pas assez loin pour qu'on y prenne gout.

Olli P (ag) wrote: Best movie from Mika. "David was so good in bass that he was once invite to play in Deep Purple. What happened was that his liver blow up and he died. He was just eleven years old"

Angela A (jp) wrote: 28 up is the year most of the subjects suddenly have kids.

Omar M (nl) wrote: The greatest film theory essay film ever.

Steven P (ag) wrote: Broderick Crawford. Noir. Great lines. "You must be part of my hangover"

Karriem G (fr) wrote: Mad Props On this Film... Simply Because This was the First Horror Movieu to have a Brotha do what every "Real" Brotha would do.... RUUUUUUUNNN!!

Steve W (kr) wrote: This installment seems to have the least amount of action and stop motion effects. Patrick Wayne also seems to be trying to channel Charlton Heston. Its an average fantasy film, but a shame no one got to fight the Minoton. In my opinion it was one of the cooler creatures from any of the Sinbad films.