Vazhakku Enn 18/9

Vazhakku Enn 18/9

Vazhakku Enn 18/9 is a 2012 Tamil Crime Thriller film written and directed by Balaji Sakthivel, starring newcomers Mithun, Sri, Urmila and Manisha in the lead roles.Pre-production of the film began in 2008, with the filming commencing in 2010 only,following several delays. Cinematography is handled by Vijay Milton, while noted guitarist R. Prasanna has scored the music. The movie released on 4th May 2012 with very high critical acclaim.The film has highest rating in all medias

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:115 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:Tamil
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:Vazhakku Enn 18/9 2012 full movies, Vazhakku Enn 18/9 torrents movie

A girl falls into trouble when her boyfriend films her private moments on his mobile phone without her knowledge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

LinksNameQualitySeedersLeechers

Vazhakku Enn 18/9 torrent reviews

stefano l (mx) wrote: An incredible movie that manages to joke on a topic usually considered taboo and/or very embarassing to talk about. John Hawkes (but also Helen Hunt) is amazing in his role, he perfectly enter in the character, you can see it for the entire lasting of the movie. Not full of the good and cheesy feelings you could expect from a movie based on a paraplegic.

David B (gb) wrote: more a drama than a comedy special correspondents is better than what the critics have said.

JoEy M (ru) wrote: Like The Omen but obviously a bit better.

Geoff J (gb) wrote: Some creepy scenes and a sense of dread can't completely save this low budget horror film about zombie bats. It's too slow to get going and lacks a strong narrative.

Adam R (it) wrote: Despite portraying fraternities like Hollywood always does, this one has enough humor to make up for it. This was originally released just prior to Sept. 11th, and got lost in the shuffle. They re-released it in 2003.

Vadim D (de) wrote: A good set-up with fine acting, but lacks any suspense and the pay off is not worth the build up.

Senor C (gb) wrote: Hell Up In Harlem is actually an unwarranted sequel. I thought that Fred Williamson died @ the end of Black Caesar. He should have to make Tommy Gibbs more of a tragic character but as William said in American Grindhouse as a rule The Hammer never dies. I guess that is one of the reasons why he's such a bad ass mother-fucker. Personally I think that this sequel should have been based around Julius Harris & been call Big Papa. Not quite the star power but what the fuck. A much different animal then Black Caesar it's missing the grit & isn't as racially charged. Although Im always a fan of Williamson Im really starting to appreciate Tony King. He almost always takes a back seat in many films that he's in but he's always a stand out. Somewhere along the genres lines they should have given him a leading role or really made him the heavy

Kevin H (nl) wrote: A unifromly awful cast, slipshod directing, and mindless propaganda ruin what could have made a decent story. And Walter Brennan as a Czech history professor? No thank you.

Christopher B (br) wrote: Dietrich & Stewart... what else do you need to know?