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"A" is a 1998 Indian Kannada language blockbuster psychological love story film written and directed by Upendra. It starred Upendra and Chandni as the lead couple. It was about an unusual love story between a film director and an actress which was narrated through multiple flashbacks within flashbacks and reverse screenplay. The film dealt with various dark truths of film world like the casting couch. Due to the reverse screenplay, the audience were forced to watch it multiple times to understand the story. The movie generated a lot of attention, which began with its rather unusual name. Then there was the subject matter, which dealt with the love affair between a director and his heroine and the dreaded casting couch. The movie discovered human emotions through a different dimension and showed how emotions change with circumstances.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1998
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:religion,   japan,   japanese,  

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Darian T (au) wrote: Doesn't do the source material justice. Bland and uninspired from start to finish.

Jason T (br) wrote: Good actors giving laughable performances with bad CGI. When I saw Michelle Monaghan stare at a painting I knew it was downhill from there.

Love M (jp) wrote: A subtle horror which doesn't use cheap ploys to scare. 22.6.14

David D (br) wrote: With an impressive idea, a relatable story, a good script and fine dialogue written by Kelly Fremon, a great cast that includes Alexis Bledel (TV's Gilmore Girls, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants), Zach Gilford, Michael Keaton, Jane Lynch and Carol Burnett, wonderful directing by Vicky Jenson, funny scenes and sequences and an okay pace and flow, Post Grad is a movie anyone can relate to after they finish school.

Krystal T (mx) wrote: Eloise is adorable. This first one was just as cute.

Josas G (ru) wrote: Vaya con las historia de dragones y princesas y caballeros, me declaro fanatico y si hicieran una historia de cabelleros contra ninjas igual la veria, esta es bastante simpatica debo decir con una historia sencilla y bastante disfrutable

Dinu J (fr) wrote: Was really surprised by this movie especially with the twists in narrative & character arcs.

David V (au) wrote: Brilliant and enlightening.

PJ S (de) wrote: Everything the book is - a feel-good story about a guy and the mentor he ignored for too long.

jeff l (it) wrote: Really corny and goofy, with a Street Fighter segment.

Kai H (br) wrote: Perfect in every way.

Natalie O (gb) wrote: The more I think about it, the more powerful it seems. Unforgettable film

doris c (fr) wrote: love him....great actor.......5 stars just for him...

Ieda M (mx) wrote: It takes just a single Cary Grant movie to deeply ruin any real romantic chance that I could possibly ever have with any male. Everyone is so un-Grant it frustrates me to death. Can't help feeling rather gloomy this morning, like I could never ever be fully satisfied with men or a life sans-Grant.

Kevin M W (it) wrote: i know what you're thinking:"looks like a big, fat, and old (released in 1944!) marshmellow!" and you wouldn't be far wrong, but this still manages to be one tasty 64 year old campfire treat. first off, the plot: (and who really cares?) silly campus hijinks ensue when a guy joins a womens college to win back his wandering wife. the focus here though is equally on both the music and the comedy. the music: harry james, xavier cugat and a slew of old school composers fill out an agenda that veers incredibly from boogie woogie to samba to classical. and look particularly for a scene featuring red skelton in a ballerina class for comedy. the audience i saw this old school everything-but-the-kitchen-sink effort with was laughing throughout, like the work was made yesterday, and the old skeptical cynic in me turned to mush during the picture closing esther-in-a-swimsuit choreographed free-for-all. all this and more big names than your palm tree's got coconuts! me likey bigtime!

I dont know w (it) wrote: This looks like an underwhelming comedy.

Ryan S (fr) wrote: This Disney film doesn't hold up very well. Certainly one of their weaker animated films, though there are a few things to like here

Ricardo C (mx) wrote: Had me to tears, fromBeginning to the end. It felt soReal, so close to home.

Paul D (ag) wrote: Cult value urban horror. As far as 'b' movies go this is one of the better ones despite some suspect acting.

Allan C (mx) wrote: I'm not at all a Richard Gere fan and for that reason I've stayed away from this film. However, I've been a longtime fan of writer/director Paul Schrader and I've been lately checking out the music of Giorgio Moroder, who did the music for this film, so I finally broke down and watched this film and was quite taken with it. Schrader tends towards the seedy underbelly of society in his films and this one is no exception. Here Schrader follows high priced male prostitute, Gere, as he provides her services for a variety of ladies. When Gere has one "rough trick" he end up being accused of murder by the police and that's the hook to see how Gere moves through high society, political interests, 80s leather bars, rich fetishists, along with lowlife pimps and drug dealers. Besides the social commentary on wealth, power and control, the element I found most interesting was Gere's slow realization that he's a shallow low life who's not the in control guy who he thought he was. I'm not sure if it's the acting or the writing, but Gere seems dominated by the characters around in through most of the film, whether it's his latest client, the gorgeous Lauren Hutton, or the police detective, Hector Elizondo in one of his best roles, or an ex-pimp of Gere's, Bill Duke with hair. You even get Frank Pesce as Suspect #4 in a line-up scene. An element of a lot of Schrader films, like "Taxi Driver" or "Hardcore" is the subculture element, where the audience is taken into a strange foreign world lurking below the otherwise squeaky clean California image. Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, with a nice synthesizer score by Giorgio Moroder and glossy neon 80s photography by John Bailey, this film is a real classic (despite my dislike of Gere).