Gowtam (Nani) works as a reporter for a television channel. He is nursing a heart break after his girlfriend (Kriti Karbandha) dumped him for another guy. He attends the wedding of his girlfriend where he meets the another girl Nitya (Nitya Menon) dumped by the groom (her boy friend). They hit off well and become instant friends. Nitya stays in Bangalore and Gowtam stays in Hyderabad. They keep bumping in to each other over a period of years. Though both these people like each other, the fate intervenes to separate them at crucial moments. The rest of the story is all about how this couple finally realizes that they are made for each other after few years of courtship.
- Stars:Nani, Nithya Menon, Sneha Ullal, Kriti Karbandha, Kriti Kharbanda, Pragathi, Thagubothu Ramesh, Rohini, Narayana Rao Uppalapati, Ashish Vidyarthi,
- Director:Nandini Bv Reddy,
- Writer:Lakshmi Bhoopal
Gowtam (Nani) works as a reporter for a television channel. He is nursing a heart break after his girlfriend (Kriti Karbandha) dumped him for another guy. He attends the wedding of his girlfriend where he meets the another girl Nitya (Nitya Menon) dumped by the groom (her boy friend). They hit off well and become instant friends. Nitya stays in Bangalore and Gowtam stays in Hyderabad. They keep bumping in to each other over a period of years. Though both these people like each other, the fate intervenes to separate them at crucial moments. The rest of the story is all about how this couple finally realizes that they are made for each other after few years of courtship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: I love it when independent filmmakers do something beyond quirky comedies, dramas, or horror...when someone works for 10 years to make a 50s sci-fi B-movie inspired musical about alien juvenile delinquents who come to earth with a resurrection suit that spurts electricity and brings the dead back to life...hell I'm in. The movie isn't perfect, it has some flaws in it's execution, but it can be fun and it very different then most anything out there, from either Hollywood or Independent filmmakers.
(us) wrote: Heartbreaking documentary about development and Austin, a city I've come to cherish. See it. Growth for the sake of growth is the ideology of the cancer cell.
(mx) wrote: One of Van Sant's best.
(it) wrote: Not great, but there's something about it that I really liked.
(kr) wrote: I am familiar with the real life story behind this film. I'm interested in seeing what facts have been left intact.
(us) wrote: I haven't seen this in a long time. But I'm pretty sure it was pretty good.
(gb) wrote: not funny and not scary.... they should just remake it and make it creepy instead of lame
(fr) wrote: Father Hood is a disappointing film. It is about a deadbeat dad kidnaps his kids from the bus. Patrick Swayze and Hallie Berry give terrible performances. The script is badly written. Darrell Roodt did a horrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.
(jp) wrote: I saw it in TV and enjoyed it. The fight scenes arent top tier but they arent bad. There's some tension that gets built and it takes a plot straight out of the Steven Segal movie Fire Down Below but isnt as stupid (although the whole subplot about the soccer field is pretty lame. Man them Irish love their little recreational soccer field huh?) Alison Doody, who is more famous for her sophmoric last name than her acting talent is pretty cute too, and Brosnan is GOURGEOUS according to my mom and sister so apparently the girls will like this movie too.The ending is fantastic though, with you wondering about Brosnans fate, and the shoot out in the middle of nowwhere and finally that famous and great last line:"Be cool Charlotte, Be Cool"
(ca) wrote: Mycket lik, men inte riktigt lika bra som, Pillow Talk. Men kemin mellan Rock Hudson och Doris Day finns dr, och man br av princip se alla filmer dr Tony Randall spelar berusad eller alkoholist. En del av skmten har det frvisso vuxit mossa p, men se den nd fr dess frtjnster.
(mx) wrote: From what I've seen, it was good...I've only seen the last hour...I'd like to see the rest.
(gb) wrote: ~Les Vampires(TM) is a 399-minute film (or rather film serial) broken into ten pieces, following the story of a mysterious gang that also gives the film its title. Working for good to stop these crooks are reporter Phillipe Guerande (Edouard Mathe) and his friend Oscar Mazamette (Marcel Levesque). What unfolds is a marathon of fast paced, whimsical set pieces with brilliant scope and daring experimentation. Showcasing everything from mysterious gothic costuming to one of film(TM)s first buddy action adventures, stunning sets and wild camera work, writer/director Louis Feuillade(TM)s film is a groundbreaking piece that is unconstrained by the conventions of modern cinema. The most obvious example of this is the format in which it is presented. The ten segments range from 15 to 60 minutes in length, hardly offering the consistency of even a modern mini series, and well beyond the two, or even three hour length of nearly all of today(TM)s longest features. This inclusion of segments makes it a much less daunting beast to tackle, offering new arcs and small closures to break down the mammoth runtime. The result is surprisingly fast-paced storytelling that is also boosted by the varying lengths of each little arc, which supply a spontaneity and energy void of unwanted filler in the name of uniformity. The total length allows for thorough, intriguing character developments and the promise that leads can happily switch sides and loyalties throughout, avoiding any explanatory monologues or jumps in logic that might compress such developments. All in all, it(TM)s an epic given in small, elaborate chapters, which is pleasing in its grand effect thanks largely to the buddy film at the heart of the investigation and some stunning, and (from a modern sensibility) wonderfully stylized special effects work. This is one of the more relatable, timeless, and satisfying silent films I(TM)ve seen, and its constructs and stories are so active even today, that for all its aged aspects it remains relevant. Sure it is long, but as with long airplane rides, properly broken up and mentally prepared for it is quite a treat. As with most movie marathons I suggest getting into it when you(TM)re slightly tired, when the body is happy to rest yet your mind is still ready to take in a story. The finale is fitting and satisfying, and though there are inconsistencies in which serials are best or most prominent, it remains a largely focused, genre-defining trip through early cinematic storytelling, free of a format that has come to define motion pictures and television alike. It is a great, untarnished reminder of the camera as a tool for telling stories in new and fun ways.
(mx) wrote: Definitely a sundance style flick. Good acting, great cameo by. Face you will recognize. A little slow to develop, but definitely worth it.
(ag) wrote: Copley does a good job, while the directing captures the eerie atmosphere. The story may lag, but has a decent payoff.
(jp) wrote: I was actually embarrassed for ice-T while watching this. The acting was so horrible that I laughed through most of the movie. It's sad that this is a true story because the movie is ridiculously stupid and I'm pretty sure monkeys have more acting skills than most of the people in this, including the lead.
(us) wrote: I can't say I enjoyed the film, although there are some moments in it that made me laugh hysterically. "Wiener-Dog" is not for everyone and I don't think I'll ever watch it again, but I appreciate its dark, absurdist humor and it has some solid acting. It's a weird film.