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Poova Thalaya torrent reviews
JeanAntoine B (jp) wrote: The story of a group of three people that like to get themselves a little bit scared, so they decide to go to an abandoned mental hospital. The plot is quite interesting but the movie was so slow and confused that it was hard to follow and understand; it got so messed up!
Lesline D (ag) wrote: funnier than i thought it would have been!
Paul E (ru) wrote: Beautiful to look at, but still a major turd. Just awful.
arjane x (gb) wrote: A fascinating take on the olde knight's tale. Excellent excellent, I love how the story unravels very well written. In league with Memento and Machinist... well almost.
cora p (au) wrote: baby movie but great for kids
Connor G (de) wrote: Not nearly as good as Delirious.
Jeff H (kr) wrote: Tom Selleck as P. O'Malley is such a perfect fit and Bess Armstrong compliments every breathtaking scene, and a wonderful score (soundtrack) by the incomparable John Barry. The cinematography & sweeping panoramic vistas are a sumptuous feast for the eyes and ears. This film is time well spent!
Mat K (au) wrote: You wonder why they decided to set this one in Canada. There is nothing particularly Canadian about it. It could have just as easily been set in Scotland, or Whales. However the screenwriter did do enough research to make it plausible and none of the accents made me squirm in agony. It is a good Holmsian mystery with plenty of red herrings to keep you guessing. The lighting, camera work and their willingness to go dark makes this movie a cut above many of its counter parts.
Tero H (gb) wrote: Excellent kung-fu film with interesting characters. The film has seven very well-designed fights, starring Bruce Lee's teacher, young Ip Man. The film is centred entirely around Win-Chun kung-fu, and leaves quite little space for other elements, including the story. However, the many fights in this relatively short movie don't matter - indeed one should not forget that kung fu movies are - well, all about martial arts and fighting. Thus, it is rather the better the more fights the movie has. The film has very simple, and slightly melodramatic plot which - like the characters - cannot develop very far because the fighting takes so much space. However, the film's fights make up for most of the lack of character development or depth of story. If not quite a classic movie, still definitely among my favorite in kung-fu movies!