Uthama Puthiran

Uthama Puthiran

Siva (Dhanush) is a happy-go-lucky young boy in a large family. The head of this family are 3 older brothers. One of the brothers, is the father of Siva. Siva studies from a hostel away from home. He is always helpful and always comes in when others need him. In one of his obliging acts he helps his cousin Kalpana (Shriya) to elope with her lover against the family's choice. This aggravates the family and they are asked to forget all about him.

Siva (Dhanush) is a happy-go-lucky young boy in a large family. The head of this family are 3 older brothers. One of the brothers, is the father of Siva. Siva studies from a hostel away from home. He is always helpful and always comes in when others need him. In one of his obliging acts he helps his cousin Kalpana (Shriya) to elope with her lover against the family's choice. This aggravates the family and they are asked to forget all about him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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(au) wrote: "I appreciate the fact that this film tried to be different and unique. I think it succeeded a bit. The story isn't as fresh, but it does deal with the situation in a different way which makes it unique. I enjoyed the quirky characters and I thought the actor's all did a great job. The kids outshined the adults in this film. The children were very talented and turned out solid performances. I was impressed with Jason Spevack. He will be one of the child stars to look out for. Although the film was short and enjoyable, I still found myself a bit bored at times. I think there needed to be more going on. Great cast and a decent story. But it's not something I would see again."

Joey P (mx) wrote: This film is campy, all out fun. It's convulated, ridiculous and borders on the absurd. No, wait, it IS absurd, which makes it intensely funny. The bad CG contributes to its general laughability and once again, hong kong cinema manages to charm by being so fantastical and imaginative. Definitely out of this world, in more ways than one :)

Mago B (fr) wrote: Aunque aparentemente se muestra clich y predecible, termina rompiendo las barreras y los estigmas presentando una historia conmovedora y entraable, aportando muchsimo a la personalidad y crecimiento de nuestro querido ciervo de cola blanca.

Sadiq A (ru) wrote: shittest movie ever made

Isha A (es) wrote: the best movie !! kareena kapoor !!

Eric R (us) wrote: From the title one would think this is a sequel to the 1974 horror film "Horror High." The Internet Movie Database lists this slasher as a sequel to that drive-in "classic" but I am very skeptical. First of all the plot has absolutely NO connection. The first film was about a Nerd that drank a potion he concocted turning himself into a hairy "Hyde" like figure to kill the people who had done him wrong. "Return to Horror High" is tongue-in-cheek slasher spoof that pokes fun at the "stalk and slash" subgenre. To me the "Return" in the title is referring to the films plot about a movie crew returning to high school where murders occurred in 1982. The ending to this film also puts a kibosh on any connection. I can't find any other sources on the subject to prove that it is or that it isn't a follow-up. Since this film is completely different than the film "Horror High" one should go into this film with a fresh new perspective.I touched on the plot before but the film begins with a group of cops (one being Maureen McCormick of Brady Bunch fame) on site of a mass murder where a killer butchered a movie crew who was filming at a high school where mass murders occurred five years before. The films plot diverges between flashbacks to the movie crew filming the movie to flashbacks of the original murders taking place. This is where the plot flow gets really messy.The real problem with this film is it has plot lines going every direction and loses the audience in the process. The film begins with cops on site investigating the murder of our film crew, then the film flashbacks to the crew actually making the film, then the film flashbacks to when the first set of murders take place, but wait! It was just the movie crew filming a scene for the film! Later the film flashbacks to the original murders BUT it's an actual flashback this time and not a movie scene. Then the film flashes forward, back, forward and there is even a dream sequence shoved in there to royally fuck with the viewers. One almost needs a pen and paper to jot down notes to get this plotline straight! When I first saw this slasher in high school I remember not knowing what the hell was going on. Watching it again as an adult one really has to pay attention to know which plot line goes where.What I do like about this film is that it spoofs the slasher genre, and low budget filmmaking in general, without being a full fledged comedy like "Scary Movie." It spoofs and at the same time it's an actual slasher film with enough blood and carnage to please gorehounds. I also like the portrayal of some of the characters, the highlight is Alex Rocco as the film producer as the just hams it up wonderfully as he screams "more blood" and "more nudity."Since the films plotline takes so many god damn detours we never really know who are the main characters we are supposed to follow until over half-way through the damn film. Since the film jumps around so much we don't get to know our leads well and by the end after plot twist after plot twist I found myself not giving two shits."Return to Horror High" could have worked wonderfully if the damn plotline could have been tightened up better with writing and editing. Viewers are just destined to get lost in the timeline jumping mixed with "fooled ya" flashbacks. Despite those problems the characters are colorful, the violence is bloody, and it has a nice humor streak poking fun at the slasher craze. It's definitely worth a look for slasher fanatics but others need not apply. Keep an eye out for a small early role for George Clooney.

Eddie K (de) wrote: Bad Medicine with Steve Guttenburg during the heyday of Police Academy!

Nick A (it) wrote: As per a Cocteau film, The Blood of a Poet is an expression of breathlessly haunting ideas and images, some beyond the comprehension of logic, but none extraneous or wasted.