Ustad Hotel

Ustad Hotel

Ustad Hotel is a quaint place run by a foodie named Kareem, who is fondly called Ustad, on a beach in Kozhikode. He sells biriyani – not to make money but to ensure that his biriyani has his customers Faizie's stay in Kozhikode continues for a bit longer than what he had anticipated and during his stay with his grandfather, Faizie unearths a real world that exists beyond the sea and its shores. The film is about the bonding between Faizi and his grandfather and how a few days with his grandfather and Ustad Hotel changes his life for ever.

An urbane chef from a well-to-do family with very high ambitions goes on to find approval from his conservative father, true love and the real purpose of his life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ustad Hotel torrent reviews

Nilufer R (ca) wrote: Boring ass movie with a cute couple. Emily Blunt trying so hard to be eccentric even though she doesn't have to, which irritated me a little since I'm a fan of her natural self. Movie was alright, dull, predictable yet watchable, once only.

Peter F (us) wrote: The great British filmmaker Ken Loach does a fine job breathing charm and life into this familiar story of a group of foul-mouthed Scottish punks looking to atone. It's the sort of blackly comic crime caper you rarely see this well crafted anymore.

Tina C (it) wrote: Didn't like it like Jaws. It stinks!

Steve H (br) wrote: Richard E Grant's character was likable untill he threw all that money away...i could no longer watch after 45 minutes because i thought he didn't deserve to be happy after that. Julia is a complete mug.

Paul R (br) wrote: Voyage is a great film, very good thriller, good acting, tight script, claustrophobic and exciting ! A shame it is not available on iTunes...

Michael T (kr) wrote: Pitiful Chucky wannabe.

Alex S (nl) wrote: Remember in the original Death Wish where Paul Kersey is the silent hero who goes out in the dark streets of New York and kills any thug that threatens him?Well, this is the point in the Death Wish franchise where the makers suddenly decided that Paul Kersey is now a action hero in the likes of Rambo and Commando, with a big supply of weapons, including a machine gun and a rocket launcher to use against an army of thugs that rule the almost post-apocalyptic looking part of New York.Despite this, it is still a gritty film with a lot of graphic moments that the Death Wish films are known for, just a bit more over the top, and it's not exactly a bad thing.

Janice P (kr) wrote: Fascinating, if uneven, thriller about 6 actresses getting picked off one by one by a killer in a hag mask. The very capable cast seems game for a sharp, upmarket psychological thriller, but the film itself doesn't seem to know if it wants to go for classy thriller or sleazy slasher. Subplots are brought up and resolved without telling the audience how, characters range from moderately well-developed to near mute (Anne Ditchburn's ballerina for one), and a mysterious doll shows up a for a few scenes and is never mentioned again. Due to the film's ADD nature, it has a (perhaps unintentional?) nightmarish quality to it. Samantha Eggar fares the best with one of the film's more interesting characters - aging actress Samantha Sherwood who has just broken out of an asylum where she was sent to rot by her director (and possible lover?) under the guise of "research" for a her role. Lynne Griffin fares just as well as Eggar with her role as a quirky stand up comedienne hoping to make her big break in the world of film. Despite its flaws, it's an interesting, dreamlike, and sometimes genuinely unnerving little chiller with a few truly unforgettable set pieces. Horror fans looking for something with a bit more character might dig it.

Dario R (mx) wrote: I've finally have seen all the Arnold Schwarzenegger films; with the exception of The Expendables 3 (more of a Stallone film). I gotta say I was quite entertained by this film/documentary. Who knew watching men lift weights could be so entertaining? It helps having Arnold's awesome personality in the film, in this film you see the making of a superstar. I never realized competitive bodybuilding could be so cut-throat. This was the first time I didn't cheer for Arnold in film; I found him arrogant, but likable. I was on team Lou Ferringo's side. The film boasts an awesome 70's soundtrack, and those 70's wardrobe and haircuts are just too awesome. This film made me feel a little bad about how out of shape I am, luckily I had my large barrel of cheeseballs to make me feel better.