Uu Kodathara Ulikki Padathara

Uu Kodathara Ulikki Padathara

Uu... Kodathara? Ulikki Padathara?, commonly referred to as UKUP, is a 2012 Indian Telugu socio-fantasy film written and directed by Sekhar Raja, produced by Lakshmi Manchu and starring Manoj Manchu

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Alan A (jp) wrote: Its amazing how religion makes people believe crazy stuff. If only people could see their region through the eyes of someone on the outside.

Kevin L (us) wrote: Michael Shannon killin it. This is 20 minutes too long though.

Nicole G (us) wrote: An incoherent mess.....

Richard Y (au) wrote: Watched it on the plane, another kids' fantasy flick, surprised I didn't fall asleep!

Private U (it) wrote: Thought it was great, kept a great pace!

Richie S (gb) wrote: from memory this was called the hunchback hairball of la. hilarious.

Steve S (us) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***

Nick M (kr) wrote: This is the type of grainy, black and white indie film that never gets made anymore. While the mystery at the center of the story leaves many questions unanswered, this is a refreshing look at working class Asian Americans.

Luciano G (ca) wrote: A wonderful cast of superb actors playing a wonderful cast of outrageous characters. Exotic locale. Lots of laughs. Great lines. Ustinov gives a somewhat harder spin to Christie's Poirot than Suchet but he's just as wonderful. Angela Lansbury should have had the Oscar for best supporting actress that year for her tipsy, dipsy authoress. Maggie Smith is her usual incredible self. The great and always fascinating Bette Davis. . All this with exotic locations, superb camera work and well paced suspense......

Mark S (de) wrote: Suggested by Audrey-Kim.

Josh M (br) wrote: I shouldn't like this, but I do.I recommend if you like good-looking ladies, satire, fun characters, great supporting cast (including Bill Murray, Sam Rockwell, Luke Wilson, Tim Curry), some really cool action scenes, and a slick soundtrack.