Aakali Rajyam

Aakali Rajyam

The story of this film is set during the late 70's and early 80's when job prospects in India were very poor. The movie dwells on the premises of social satire and through its characters (the young unemployed graduates) critically analyzes the state of Indian polity and social situation. Kamal Hassan comes to Delhi in search of a job and finds it difficult to earn one job without bribes, recommendations or using influence. He follows the words of Mahakavi Sri Sri (Srirangam Srinivasarao). He criticizes the government for not providing jobs and health and basic amenities to the public. He and his friends share a room and they live in abject conditions such as staying hungry for more than a day and wearing torn clothes. He meets Sridevi, who is his neighbor, and soon they fall in love. As the story proceeds, misunderstandings crop up between the duo. Eventually, Kamal settles as barber and gets married to Sridevi at the end.

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Robert B (jp) wrote: While main stream "journalism" went along for the ride, it took small time film makers to take the mantle of American journalism seriously and explore the various reasons why we were in Iraq and what was happening to the people there. Interviews with soldiers and contractors. Want to see the real Iraq War then watch this film.

Chad B (it) wrote: An occasionally daffy yet highly ambitious meditation on the importance of life's seemingly smaller moments and the poignancy of choice.

Lanky Man P (kr) wrote: It lacks everything it takes for a horror film.

Douglas W (kr) wrote: Not the worst retelling of "Othello".

Steph O (nl) wrote: Slightly amusing little ganster/romance/comedy flick. I don't hate it, but "Mickey Blue Eyes" certainly isn't great. The kind of movie you'd watch all the way through if it was on TV, but you wouldn't go out and rent/buy it or anything. There are certain movies that Hugh Grant is tolerable in. I think this may be one of them.

Jennifer X (fr) wrote: Lucas is cute for maybe two seconds and then you sort of want to through a rock at his nerdy head. I think it's funny that Charlie Sheen is supposed to be this Hottie Mchotterson and Wino is this geeky tomboy. Total role reversal. And Jeremy Piven! Whoa, time warp.

Mikey M (it) wrote: The style of this film really works with its limited budget - The patchy sound mix is really frustrating though and is my only complaint. The film takes a wee while to find its feet, but once it does, it is a really fascinating piece of cinema.

Scott W (br) wrote: Intelligent, dark movie that is part observation of Teddy Boy gang culture in early 60s Weymouth set against the back drop of a foreboding pessimism of nuclear holocaust. The performances are good, although the relationship between the old Carey and young and pretty Field seems somewhat unlikely. The final third of the movie is relentlessly bleak and the final scenes are effective and disturbing.

Sebastian G (de) wrote: Great to suspenseful movie don't look at everyone else's ratings.

David G (jp) wrote: Vin Diesel's dorky charm helps pull together most of the muddle and dullness of this poor looking action fantasy flick.

Ricardo O (de) wrote: It's a pretty decent sports movie. The plot isn't anything great but the camerawork and editing is quite good and worth watching for. The skiing scenes are excellent. Robert Redford gives a worthy understated performance as the egotistical skier and Gene Hackman is good as the coach of the American skiing team. Nothing great but worth watching once. Good ending too. Very influential on subsequent sports movies. 7/10

Robert C (kr) wrote: Great cast, average story.