Babu is a naive young man who likes to go out of his way to help people. He has fallen in love with Kammo, but in the process of helping another, he lands himself in jail for two years. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Babu is a naive young man who likes to go out of his way to help people. He has fallen in love with Kammo, but in the process of helping another, he lands himself in jail for two years. ...
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Colin S (ca) wrote: Integrity and friendship is a kind of genius too.
James F (mx) wrote: A brilliant homage to early itallian films like Deep Red, Lizard in a Woman's Skin, The Strange Vice of Mrs Wardh, etc. Certainly not for everyone, but for those who truly appreciate that genre this is absolutely a masterpiece!
Benjamin N (mx) wrote: Decent, but why make this film?
Jason C (au) wrote: Hrm. This seems to be another of the "new" genre of movies that start out with various individuals/subplots that end up connected in the end in some way. Probably the most notable movie of this type is Crash, which I personally never could finish. Just couldn't get into it. I hear it was a "great movie" in the end, but to me it was too much work getting to even the midpoint to continue thru to the end. This movie is in a similar vein, but not so depressing in the beginning. It tells the tales of several individuals with no connection to one another. There is the artsy girl who seems to have a totally positive outlook in life despite a dark secret. The father-son combo with some strange eccentricities coming about from the thought that "if the little dreams don't happen, how can the big ones?" The bitter, estranged father who falls into depression due to the loss of his son through divorce and distance. The young Jersey-girl singer/songwriter with a bad heart and a mediocre life. A mean-old-man on a journey to the end of Manhattan to fulfill a promise to an old friend. Do these plots have anything to do with one another? No. But there is redeeming value in the end. I did have to force myself to complete the film. There was a long lull around the middle of the movie which was just very very slow paced and gives you little hope that there was going to be redeeming value to the film. In fact, when I picked it up at Blockbuster, I had forgotten that I'd tried to watch the movie in the past and never finished it at the time. Anyway, in the end, all the main characters end up in NYC and some meet each other in pairs. With each pairing, there is a significant impact on each life. And the story ends. To be honest, I'm not entirely fond of this genre of films (does it have a name?) The best of this type I've seen is probably Love Actually. The nice thing about that was the intertwining of the stories. It just seemed that there was a connection between the stories throughout the film and there was also a stronger unity of theme. In that sense, Mind the Gap was a disappointment, but at least the ending brought it together enough to get a "6"
Jessica D (us) wrote: Burroughs is my hero
Tyler H (fr) wrote: Well its best to try and not figure out what happens in the end when you start watching. A nice relaxing movie dealing with people and how one dececision affects them all, and no its not like Crash. Tess Harper does a wondeful job playing a ministers wife with great character development throughout the flick. Overall a really enjoyable movie, not exactly a happy movie but a good one.
Bill B (mx) wrote: Very watchable Yakuza material from Takashi Miike, one of his **many** releases from 2002.Features some well done, gritty fight scenes and well worth a rental.
Manolo P (es) wrote: Cuando pensamos en que reunir todos los problemas de una decadente sociedad no pueden transmitirse al mismo tiempo en un solo mensaje, pues al parecer puede tratarse de una tarea imposible, Lars von Trier consigue idear un largometraje que recopila todo ello. Quines somos realmente?, hacia qu futuro se dirigen los colectivos de occidente?, qu destino nos depara a este ritmo? Von Trier logra contestar todas aquellas incgnitas a travs de una obra reveladora de poco ms de dos horas: "Dogville"Narrada a travs de una elegante y potica prosa, el personaje de Grace (Nicole Kidman) llega al pequesimo poblado de Dogville, huyendo de un grupo de gnsteres, por lo que no tiene otra opcin ms que alojarse en este lugar, tratando de ganarse la confianza de sus pobladores. Con el tiempo, la aparente amabilidad y gentileza de la poblacin se va transformando hacia algo diferente y muy inesperado. En primer lugar, la pelcula muestra cmo el mal se puede propagar como una plaga en esta comunidad de personas que lucen aceptablemente decentes. "Dogville" nunca pretende ser completamente realista, pues las situaciones mostradas se exageran y tambin se satirizan. Visto hacia un nivel ms profundo, la pelcula es una historia increblemente oscura que habla de la hipocresa humana, las voluntades y deseos secretos, los crmenes indescriptibles, la culpa incapacitante, y la racionalizacin del egosmo. Todo esto es meticulosamente elaborado de forma que uno comprenda directamente que se est hablando de la sociedad misma en la que nos desenvolvemos y la cultura e ideologas que arrastramos. Los temas hacen alusin a todos los problemas que afectan a nuestra enferma y decrpita sociedad y a las que no hacemos mucho caso. Peor an, todo lo negativo que pasa en nuestro mundo se ve como normal y pasa frente a nosotros de forma inadvertida; somos responsables de lo que pasa y la rutinizacin e indiferencia ante situaciones vinculadas al abuso de mujeres, discriminacin, pobreza, aislamiento, entre otras, agravan an ms el contexto propio. Como el resto de sus pelculas, von Trier insiste en que los humanos no somos ms que reflejos de nuestro propio ser interno. No importan los discursos ni las ideas que "firmemente" se comparten y discuten ante el mundo, pues al final, las reacciones y decisiones responden a nuestras pasiones y emociones ms internas que no son ms que la parte ms animal e instintiva que todos tenemos.Sin duda esta es tambin una de las mejores pelculas nihilistas que se han trabajado en el cine. Normalmente es fcil detectar rasgos antisociales en las pelculas de este director, pero en este caso su idea del nihilismo es diferente: sus personajes principales no son nihilistas, sino personas ntegras. El problema es que el mundo entero que los rodea es un vaco cruel e injusto. El director crea una compleja trama psicolgica y, para enfocarse en ella l quiere mostrar la omnipresente injusticia de los hombres, situacin que est presente en toda sociedad y que la hipocresa no merece ninguna salvacin. Dogville presenta un mundo demasiado cruel para cualquier liberacin y tambin la perversidad ocasiona una inevitable desmoralizacin tanto individual como colectiva, eliminando la importancia hacia los valores y hacia las concepciones que disuaden entre el bien y el mal.Cnicamente, el castigo corporal y la educacin moral estricta son temas de mbito conservador que se sostienen a lo largo de toda la pelcula, recalcando esta idea de la oscura naturaleza humana, surgiendo conclusiones morales que por muy duras que sean, incmodas y preferibles de evitar, son en realidad verdades que deben tomarse en serio. Von Trier tambin insiste y es muy efectivo y conciso al momento de describir cmo la gente esconde, suprime, y libera sus celos, deseos sexuales, mala voluntad, y su fetiche moral para el castigo de otros. La pelcula retrata las formas de estas acciones de forma precisa y astuta, y a pesar de que exagera la magnitud de los deseos a niveles poco realistas, s que incitan a una rgida reflexin, pues todo lo presentado son las verdades indeseables de las que siempre preferimos evadir e ignorar. Por ello mucha de la crtica se siente ofendida y rechaza mucha informacin de "Dogville", puesto que no acepta lo que ve y no puede reconocerlo, dejndolo hacia un lado por comodidad. La gran creatividad con la que se crea la historia, los lugares, el guin mismo y el haber utilizado a este elenco, en el que cada personaje encierra un interesante conjunto de caractersticas referentes a pecados y al cinismo, son elementos cuya implementacin no tienen comparacin, pues sin duda nadie ms que von Trier pudo haber sido capaz de crear una obra de tal magnitud y poder que trasciende ahora y lo seguir haciendo por mucho tiempo ms.95/100
Gino C (it) wrote: A suprisingly decent family-film. Nothing too deep here, but hey... it's a popcorn family-film. Were you expecting more?
Laura D (fr) wrote: Depressing and predictable. Not a good combination.
Joshua B (ru) wrote: A worthy sequel and satisfying follow-up to the original in every aspect. Terry O'Quinn was on fire again in the role. He;s fantastic. It follows those basic rules that Scream 2 explained so brilliantly. More gore, higher body count, and never assume the killer was dead. It's a slasher. Pretty much a retread of the first. Not much more to know about it. See it.
Dominic S (it) wrote: Incredibly funny and clever as any Woody Allen film always is. I was a bit skeptical that Allen chose Mia Farrow for the female lead. First of all, he can never go wrong with Diane Keaton, but then again, he can't rely on her all the time. I wish at least Farrow did not keep her sunglasses on almost the whole time and not make a big show out of her hair. She has beautiful eyes, but then again, that may just be the character.Overall, a marvelous addition to Allen's collection of masterpieces.Broadway Danny Rose, I give you a 90%.
William W (ru) wrote: One of the most intriguing coming-of-age stories in cinema, and this tends to be overlooked, both as a Stephen King story and horror film, in place of the more sensationalized frolic and mayhem of works such as 'The Shining', 'Carrie', 'Misery' and 'The Shawshank Redemption', which is a crying shame, because: a) John Carpenter is probably the finest director (at least Top 3) ever involved with King adaptations; and b) it perfectly conceptualizes, like earlier short experimental films by the likes of Kenneth Anger, the downright uncomfortable sleaziness and fetishism that has existed, mainly in America, between men and their cars.Keith Gordon does some really fine acting here (as he did previously for Brian De Palma in 'Dressed to Kill') as all possible dynamics along the range from nerd to psycho. It's impressive that, while growing up in film, he obviously learned some of the tricks of the trade from such cinematic greats (at least of American film of the past 50 years) and ended up becoming a decent film helmer himself.9/10 for me; Grade A Carpenter. It simply isn't top-tier for me, of his oeuvre, because I know he, like Sir Alfred Hitchcock, De Palma and other greats, is capable of cinematic perfection (Halloween, The Thing, etc.).
Christine C (ru) wrote: Great dialogue throughout
Greg H (it) wrote: Does. Not. Get. Better. Than uh.
Cam E (ca) wrote: The cartoon cat comes to life. I previously purchased this movie on DVD and it is actually not a bad film. It is okay although it could have been a better film. I thought the plot of Garfield was quite good although I do question some of the cast in this film. I like Jennifer Love Hewitt in this film and this is the only film I have seen Breckin Meyer in and I thought he was okay in this film too. However I did not like the role of Stephen Tobolowsky in this film, I thought his acting was pretty bad, there are moments when he was meant to be angry in this film yet he didn't show that. He tended to smile when he was meant to be angry in this film. There were a few other poor actors in this film and I think Garfield may have got better reviews from critics if some of the cast wasn't poorly done. All around I thought Garfield was okay, however I wouldn't say it is a must see film.