Sufi Paranja Katha

Sufi Paranja Katha

Our tale begins towards the end of the 19th century, when the British ruled Malabar, after the invasion of Tippu Sultan. The story explores the myth of the land, the history of its people, ...

Our tale begins towards the end of the 19th century, when the British ruled Malabar, after the invasion of Tippu Sultan. The story explores the myth of the land, the history of its people, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Sufi Paranja Katha torrent reviews

Simon M (ca) wrote: A great documentary about the best drummer in the world with the worst personality in the world.

SeTo M (kr) wrote: a documentary without any commentaries, interviews, or information references. it only captured the people, the actions, the chatting, the life of the boxing gym itself. many beautiful long takes of boxing foot-steps / boxing bag practising with nice rhythm. I have never seen boxing so rhythmic. To reach your best - let's get into a boxing gym now!

Bernie L (au) wrote: The movie was interesting and shocking. Funny and scary at the same time. But overall the plot was just too random for me.

Tor M (ru) wrote: Dramatical love story including the stunningly beautiful Lila and the gentle Arab boy. Lila is a very mysterious girl and she is always acting like a big tease, talking about sex with Chimo all the time even if Chimo just listen and rearly keep the conversation going. Lila have some great quotes and use some great metaphores so you can understand Chimo at this point I guess - it's lovely just to sit and listen to her.The story is cool and realistic in a way, the performances and cinematography is also wonderful. The close-up shots of Laila and her lovely eyes make you fall in love with her. It made me think "God, please exist in the real world". The ending wraps things up pretty good, leaving it open but it's also serving you a great little twist.A very good flick that deserves a watch. Especially if you're a young man or maybe you even should give it a go and watch it with a fresh flirt of yours.

Kay S (jp) wrote: I'm such a fan of the games... all three movies are a complete let down because they are absolutely terrible.

Shirin R (us) wrote: The most common criticisms of I've heard of this movie is that it's not scary enough for a horror movie and the plot doesn't make sense. It's not scary because it's not supposed to be. This is not a horror film. Even the directors concede as much. Apparently, the buzz is that the directors wanted to make this sequel with no supernatural elements at all, but the studio forced them to add in ghosts. It sucks, but there you go. The plot actually makes sense, if you keep one thing in mind: when you see the girls in long-sleeved uniforms, the movie has moved into flashback. I suppose that was easy for South Korean audiences to understand, because the were their school uniforms work is commonly understood information. Obviously, that's not so in America.

Victoria P (kr) wrote: best movie series ever!!!!

Karine L (kr) wrote: A very painful story, I cried so much, but that s Ken Loach!

Emily B (fr) wrote: A happy, old-fashioned musical - for when I'm in a happy, old-fashioned musical kind of mood! Hayley Mills is absolutely adorable.

Jeff F (gb) wrote: One of my favorite Roy Rogers films so far! Trigger is horse-napped?!?! Oh my!

Lee V (gb) wrote: Bernal is amazing, a difficult story carried by him throughout.

Filippo S (br) wrote: Lots of nasty Austrians versus lots of nice Austrians. Fascinating overall story about lost art, though, and solid performances. The story, however, seems a bit cliche and predictable: whenever Maria despairs, she has a restorative vision of some sort. The flashbacks seemed too inconsistently filmed to me; some were like PTSD "attacks" while others were quite meticulous mini-movies.On the other hand: Helen Mirren. 'Nuff said.And She Who Must Be Cloned - Canadian Tatiana Maslany - is wonderfully cast as the young Maria.