Ullasa Uthsaha

Ullasa Uthsaha

The protagonist (Ganesh) who is in love with a girl (Yami) tries to help her to meet her childhood love whom she wants to marry.

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Matt R (ru) wrote: oh...haha...they call me tater salad... that's about as funny as Git-R-Done, which if you didn't realize, isn't!

Anthony I (ag) wrote: This is one of Robin William's best performances. He plays a most unsettling idiot, and plays it perfectly. Edward Norton also wows as a sly but charming newbie to the television world. I think it's a really misunderstood movie, and wickedly hilarious in it's attempts to divulge into gallows humor.

Jason C (ca) wrote: Dumb and not even in a fun way! Sorry Ruggero stick with cannibals.

Steve W (fr) wrote: I accidently watched the series out of order with the last two. This installment was on the more boring side, as Nick and Nora get pulled into a murder on an ocean liner. There's less structure and flow than the previous films, and the perpetrator simply confesses in the climax rather than having Nick assemble all the suspects. It was semi entertaining, but nothing special.

Joshua L (au) wrote: Better than i thought it'd be.

Doctor S (us) wrote: A closed-circuit city monitor spots a man she has an undefined connection with from her past - and that's all we are explicitly told for over an hour as she follows him first by remote camera, and later shadowing him in person. Who is he and why is she obsessed with following him? That's what's supposed to keep us afloat through long stretches of silence and extreme closeups, a tall order for any movie to be really effective, and Red Road eventually sags under its own protraction. Made big waves at 2007 Cannes by claiming the top Jury Prize, I preferred the director's Academy Award-winning live action 2003 short film called Wasp included on the DVD. Andrea Arnold has got an observant eye for working-class lifestyles and the fraying urban societal fabric but her screenplays could use tightening.