Ganesh is an ordinary photographer who meets Thatha (Anant Nag), a wealthy businessman. Anant Nag has lost his belief in life and is a drunkard. Ganesh attempts to bring back hope into his life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Rick W (br) wrote: Uses some classic horror shock tools, but then Raimi throws some slapstick comedy/shock/horror moments that really push you over the top. My body didn't know whether to scream or laugh or cry, so it just ended up snorting. Thoroughly entertaining horror/comedy and maybe Raimi's best work to date.
Matt B (kr) wrote: Great film one of my favorite animated features. I love how dizzy the camera work makes the viewer feel and the pace of the movie makes it impossible to keep your eyes off of. I hope they finish the trilogy!
Radek C (es) wrote: Started off with 50 different people stating definition of a 'mercenary', followed by historical examples of professional soldiers... they say it's an innovative type of a documentary, to me it's more of a school project. Boring.
Andr G (br) wrote: I really wish I could get this one. The second part just goes on, with some suspense, but without caring for the character(s?) and with the story only supported by a traditional tale of sorts, leaving me cold and uninvested in the end. Weird, 'cause I thought the first part was for the most part quite interesting and engrossing, and movie has flashes of true brilliance here and there (on both parts) A rewatch might be in order in the future, though.
Dyron W (kr) wrote: John Travolta gives a sly performance and Dwayne Johnson and Vince Vaughn make a hilariously fun team but they couldn't save this stale, uninspired and overly-self aware "Get Shorty" sequel completely.
probowl 4 (ag) wrote: One of the best from Adam Sandler and co. during the 2000's. This comedy, with a rom-com like feel to it, certainly has it's moments of hilarity. Nods to both Rob Schneider and Sean Astin who give some memorable lines in their respective supportive roles. '50 First Dates' succeeds to it's comedic moments, chemistry between Sandler/Barrymore, and it's romantic type feel without being overly schmaltzy/clichd.
Christian D (ru) wrote: This movie is both funny and terrifyng. Most of the acting is up to standard but there are a few terrific performances, (Chet Doherty as The Slasher, being one!)
Benjamin S (mx) wrote: Great racing and driving sequences and a fine Jeff Bridges performance... the romantic subplot seems a little obligatory.A-
Cynthia D (ca) wrote: one of my favorite movies of all time. Its the music and Frank love it love it love it
Rick Q (gb) wrote: what makes "the bachelor and the bobby-soxer" as entertaining as it is, is cary grant's delightfully hilarious performance. his subtle facial expressions are at his best here.
Jessica H (es) wrote: There's some good moments, but this film bearly test the limits.
FilmGrinder S (ru) wrote: The begining credits was the best part of this zombie flick. The snobbish, artsy lead character was so annoying I wanted to punch him in the gut and then knee him in the face as he was bowing over. Yet, if you're a zombie fan, by all means watch it.