Thalappavu (English: The Headgear ) is a 2008 Malayalam film based on the story of Naxal Varghese and Police Constable P. Ramachandran Pillai, directed by Madhupal and written by Babu Janardhanan. The film portrays the social and political issues of the Naxalite era of the 1970s in Kerala.

Upcoming malayalam movie from debutant director Madhupal, who already proved himself as a short story writer and script writer... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Thalappavu torrent reviews

Said C (us) wrote: crazy. i had no clue what i was watching.

Ann M (de) wrote: Loved It!!! You almost have to be in Irish dance to fully appreciate it however. I went with my Irish dancer daughter and it was inspirational and fully engaging for both of us.

Alan W (ru) wrote: Still tense and still action filled, this sequel suffers from part2ofatrilogy-itis: meaning the narrative feels a bit contrived in trying to get the three main characters back for another go in the seedy, multi-racial criminal world of Stockholm while the ending feels more like a setup for the third instalment. Having said that, it still manages to coast by on efficient and fast editing, the charming and very watchable Kinnaman and the overall goodwill of the first film. Best approached after seeing the first film as it will make a lot more sense then.

Kari O (es) wrote: Hysterical... I thoroughly enjoyed this movie... laughed the entire time! It's the perfect combination of humor, romance, and nostalgia. Such a great cast. This is a must-see!

Johnny L (br) wrote: 09/06/16: Ben Stiller is an actor that can capture awkward in a bottle. One of the funniest movies of the aughts.

JeanFrancois V (jp) wrote: "The Luzhin Defence" is a story of madness, chess and love set in a luxurious Italian resort around 1920. Based on a novel by Vladimir Nabokov, it actually seems to be adapted from a short story, as the action has been concentrated into just a few days, although neurotic chess champion Luzhin's back story is explored through a series of flash backs that expands the time frame. There are probably layers of the film I failed to notice: I know the whole thing is supposed to be one giant chess game, with Emily Watson being the powerful and mobile queen, and Luzhin the important but almost paralysed king, but there may have been more depth to it than I gathered. The whole thing seemed a bit flat and contrived to me. I've seen TV adaptations with more class, style and power. If you've watched the trailer, be warned that they've selected the more romantic and sprightly bits of the film (virtually all of them are in there), which gives a really skewed impression of its tone: it is actually quite dark and depressing.

Shemara R (ag) wrote: Cute Movie Stallone singing country and western, glad i got a chance to watch it

Tuomas S (kr) wrote: Vheleisyys hertt aitoja tunteita. Mukava elokuva jossa ei paljon tapahdu, mutta johon kyll uppoutuu.

bob w (it) wrote: incredibly dull witted; Mccrea plays his usual boob without a clue role in a farcical story line that's absurdly erratic and contrived.

Josh M (de) wrote: There is now a face behind the entity that is plaguing the Freeling family. A few scenes are horrifically intense, which is a good thing, but overall it is not as spooky as the first one.