The story is set in the town of Ranasthali, in year 1989. Bhagat Panigrahi (Nara Rohit) is preparing to become a police officer. His father Chandrasekhar Panigrahi (Sayaji Shinde), a former Naxalite returns after 20 years before giving up his fight for the society for the reasons only known to him. He comes back home and questions his son's ambition of becoming a Police Officer. Meanwhile a local don, Shakti Patnaik (Randhir Gatla) is slowly building his empire, terrorizing police and anyone who opposes him. One day, Bhagat meets Subbalaxmi (Vedhicka) at the railway station and rescues her from the tragedy of her life. When her ex-husband involves Shakti's gang to abduct her, it triggers a series of consequences between Bhagat and Shakti. The rest is about how Bhagat never gives anything for his ambition, which inspires others to stand up for the fight against the tyranny of Shakti.
Faisal L (nl) wrote: I felt the action scenes were pretty good and story line was alright. It took a while for the story to get started--a little slow in the beginning. What sucked about the movie was that it wouldn't explain a scene--for example, if the main character is running, all of a sudden some antagonists would come from nowhere--just so there would be some action--stupid stupid. Songs were good though.
scott g (de) wrote: documentary looking back on artists in the late 80s early 90s, aroundthenewyork area, therei nspirations, and motivesfor being who they are in life, a interesting watch, and does a tidy job of getting in minds of the people
Jehaneb A (kr) wrote: jamie foxx cracked me up crazy
Jason S (ru) wrote: cut open my chest and shit on my heart.
Edward C (it) wrote: From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money(1999)Starring: Robert Patrick, Duane Whitaker, Bo Hopkins, Muse Watson, Brett Harrelson, Raymond Cruz, Danny Trejo, James Parks, Maria Checa, Tiffani Thiessen, Stacie Randall, and Bruce CampbellDirected By: Scott SpigelReviewHello Kiddies your pal the crypt-critic here, with a somewhat enjoyable sequel you might be able to sink your teeth into. I saw the original From Dusk till Dawn with George Clonney and thought it was a very fun ride. This sequel still maintains the fun of that film which is good but also a little stupid.A gang of bank-robbing misfits heads to Mexico with the blueprints for the perfect million-dollar heist, but when one of the crooks wanders into the wrong bar... and crosses the wrong vampire... the thieving cohorts develop a thirst for blood!The film feels like it's own thing, so it's not really required for me to watch the first film but I myself just like to watch a film series in order either way. It has a pretty cool cast in lead Robert Patrick, Danny Trejo and Bruce Campbell cameo.This is a sequel that brings in the goods especially at the climax but this vampire film did not quench my thirst. I'm giving From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money a three out of five.
Scott W (jp) wrote: Middling comedy that could have and should have mined more laughs from it's neat premise.
Charles K (ru) wrote: Kingdom of The Spiders was painful to watch; but, not nearly as painful as half the stuff they air on the SyFy network. Taking in consideration that the movie was released in the 70s, this film wasn't all that terrible. The acting wasn't there, nor was any form of common sense, but the storyline somehow was the redeeming factor. There was a story constantly pushing through all the nonsense, despite the storyline being nonsensical in itself. The cinematography wasn't bad, and I was actually quite impressed due to the film's age. Some of the cameras were a bit shaky and some of the panning was wobbly, but the use of the angles was decent. Special effects weren't even existent in the film. The fake black spiders, rocks, they put on the ground to make it appear as if there were more spiders wasn't fooling anyone; I sometimes even looked away from the screen when scenes of large numbers of spiders were going on. I also want to point out how sometimes the characters would run by and waste time squishing the spiders, and how other times, like when there were spiders on them, they'd simply scream, stiffen up, and fall to the ground like they can't control their bodies anymore. Somehow they were able to make the viewer numb to the idiotic reactions and terrible acting by the end of the film and I almost liked it during the last ten minutes; however, I might have only felt satisfied due to my belief that the film was nearly finished. Either way, the director made this film into something that people actually want to watch; and sometimes even more than once. Personally, I would watch the film again; I'm not sure why, but I just would. Maybe that's what makes a cult classic so addictive.
Dave R (es) wrote: an ok movie about organized crime down south. it's a little bit action, a little bit drama, a little bit comedy with the result being a movie that's too long and too thin - in terms of substance. at almost 2 hours long the pacing is too slow. at least 15 minutes could have been trimmed and i think it would've been a better movie. some cool stunts in this movie.
Carlos M (de) wrote: Despite the great soundtrack, here is a frustrating movie that shows every sign that it could have been great, with a lot to say about moving on and opening our hearts up to something new, but the payoff is contrived and doesn't ring half as true as what came before it.
Anthony T (au) wrote: You know those moments in Rob Zombies Halloween 2, where you're just sitting there wondering what the hell is going on and why did anyone not tell him this is one of the worst things that's ever been made??? That's pretty much this entire film.Don't see it... Just don't... I love his music, some of his films are good, but this is not one of them