Raju Bhai and Chandran head a thriving gang dismantling everyone coming their way. However when their success reaches the dreaded Imran, they face the inevitable. It is now up to Krishnan, Raju Bhai's brother, to take revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Krishna (Suriya) comes to Mumbai in search of his brother Raju Bhai (Suriya), an underworld don. Through Raju Bhai's gangster friends, his past life is revealed. What happened to Raju Bhai? Will Krishna find him?
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Daryl G (ru) wrote: A young writer is abducted from her New York apartment, and brought to another country and his raped and tortured. She's able to escape her captors to get her revenge and try to make it back home. This one is pretty graphic like the 1978 original.
Brandon A (gb) wrote: This was something I never intended to cry to. Goddammit. After Porn Ends tackles the controversial topic of the after-lives of pornographic actors and actresses by getting close and personal with a chosen few. It starts off slow and even manages to slow down frequently during the second half, so you might want to grab a coffee or not get too comfy. After Porn Ends approaches it's theme with a strict interview/testimonial structure. If you're not into watching people talk continuously for an hour and a half, you might want to pass. I enjoyed it, but it did bore me at some points. In short, After Porn Ends is a gripping and emotional tour through the inside of the XXX industry, albeit with some editing issues and almost non-existent directing. 6.7/10
Kris K (it) wrote: One of the best documentaries I have seen. The message is simple. We are all the same!
JFloyd3 W (ca) wrote: Should be entitled "Outlandish".. although it's considered to be an original conjunction of a Futurist landing amidst Vikings.. the distracting problem was - no one looked like a Viking except maybe the Futurist (Jim Caviezel).. one & 1/2 stars is quite generous - due as a result of its unique premise...
Tiffany H (ca) wrote: yay, my friend is in this movie!! lucien's the shiznit :o)
Shawn W (au) wrote: Drama about best friends. One an artist who lost his long-time girlfriend and the other a man who has been non-committal to women. Never really saw the point of where this was going other than two friends who stick together even when one sleeps with the other's girlfriend. Film never followed up on Eli's dad dying and leaving him with a business in trouble.
Frances H (de) wrote: Clever twisty thriller that certainly keeps your interest.
Paul D (it) wrote: An isolated and really well told story where you find yourself right behind Kruger's plight.
Gabi B (ru) wrote: I love Robert and Sydney team - they're just great. It's realy have a lot of similarities with Casablanca, especialy love triangle, but anyway it't a great movie with memorable story, impresive visualisations, lovable performance and time reflected music and shows.
Jason G (ca) wrote: Young Val being silly, which is fun.
Rod A (gb) wrote: Keitel portrays a man who is caught between two worlds: that of a concert pianist and alternately, someone who collects mob money for his father. He is also a sex addict. This is a lot to place on one character. The movie slows down when violence arises as well as during the often aggressive sexual encounters. The lead character is confused. He doesn't know where he belongs. As a result, I wasn't able to get a sense of who he was either. I wasn't really rooting for him. Within the extra features was a documentary discussing the importance of this film as an indie project. While I really liked the grit of the New York scenery, I am starting to notice that extreme violence or incendiary acting is often confused with indie authenticity. I would have preferred that they spent more time developing characters and a script that allowed us more insight into who these people really are.
Nolan M (ru) wrote: Not one Jim Carrey's best movies...
Roalia Z (kr) wrote: finding love in the gutter. A poetic tale of the docks' "miserables" and how emotion can spring in the most unusual places at most unusual times.
Greg W (au) wrote: Hitch's final film and not one of his best efforts either
Jim H (nl) wrote: Sal Paradise goes on the road with Dean Moriarty and company.This film is less than the sum of its parts. In his effort to get the feeling of the Beat Generation, director Walter Salles has some quick edits and some free-wheeling music and some of the lines lifted from Kerouac's novel - all cinematic tricks that should work, but yet there's still something staid about this film. Perhaps it's the gravelly voiced Garrett Hedlund, who seems more focused on the image of Sal than the character, or perhaps it's the hackneyed shoe-horn of a script. Or perhaps Kerouac was never meant to be adapted.Overall, it was worth a shot, but this is one book-to-film adaptation that missed the mark.
Private U (ru) wrote: Minor but magnificent classic, a good old-fashioned thriller with odd touches, a bit like early Hitchcock with moral integrity. Conrad Veidt is both sinister and sympathetic as the patriotic German U-boot commander sent to spy on the British fleet in Orkney in 1915; Valerie Hobson is cool and gorgeous as his contact. They are a great double act, romantic and gently comical. The cast also includes Sebastian Shaw, Darth Vader hisself, and a number of classic English comic turns. The clergyman with the gramaphone is particularly funny.
Matthew C (kr) wrote: A cool Victorian space adventure with typically cool Ray Harryhausen creature effects. Wells' tale of the first people to land on the Moon, and the things they find there, makes for a great companion to movies like Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959) or 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954). Lionel Jeffries is rip-roaring mad, too. Good stuff.
Arvindra J (ca) wrote: They can great animations and video games but can't make a movie worth a shit!