Bezawada

Bezawada

Based on the backdrop of Vijayawada, the story begins with Kalidas (Prabhu) a powerful goon who is a do-gooder to society. His loyal and trusted aide is Vijay Krishna (Mukul Dev). But Vijay’s presence gives insecurity to the power hungry and crooked Shankar Prasad (Abhimanyu), brother of Kalidas. However, Kalidas is killed one day and Shankar takes over. He spreads the word that the murder was done by Vijay Krishna. Meanwhile, Vijay’s youngest brother Siva (Chaitu) is a student leader who is a good student and also in love with Geetanjali (Amala), the police commissioner’s daughter. The story takes a turn when Vijay Krishna is murdered and Siva decides to get into action to put an end to Shankar. Whether he is successful or not forms the rest of the story.

Based on the backdrop of Vijayawada, the story begins with Kalidas (Prabhu) a powerful goon who is a do-gooder to society. His loyal and trusted aide is Vijay Krishna (Mukul Dev). But Vijay’s presence gives insecurity to the power hungry and crooked Shankar Prasad (Abhimanyu), brother of Kalidas. However, Kalidas is killed one day and Shankar takes over. He spreads the word that the murder was done by Vijay Krishna. Meanwhile, Vijay’s youngest brother Siva (Chaitu) is a student leader who is a good student and also in love with Geetanjali (Amala), the police commissioner’s daughter. The story takes a turn when Vijay Krishna is murdered and Siva decides to get into action to put an end to Shankar. Whether he is successful or not forms the rest of the story. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Angelica S (ru) wrote: Nice story, great action, but there's a little bit of bothering fantasy?

Andy O (jp) wrote: Unlike the last movie I reviewed The Libertine this is actually a real gem I found at the back of the video store. I think its hard to imagine the unfairness and repressive nature of the Apartheid system that existed in South Africa in the 1980s but this movie comes the closest to accurately illustrating it that I have even seen. Catch a Fire has a strong plot and contains many strong performances, most notably from Tim Robbins who is scarcely believable as the 'moral' defender of the whites. The biggest thing I liked about Catch a Fire is the balance it struck between illustrating the wrongs of Apartheid and telling a more personal story. Apartheid was a terrible system but I liked the fact that it didn't dominate the movie and that one could see that life still went on as well as the fact life had its positive moments. Tim Robbins is the best thing in Catch a Fire and is a revelation, I wasn't aware he was such a versicle actor and he gave one of the most convincing South African accents I ever heard. There are however some small problems with Catch a Fire it is a tad predictable and some of the normalcy shown actually goes on a bit to long and more could have been done to layer the movie. In summary Catch a Fire is an entertaining above average watch but it isn't a classic.

Nick A (de) wrote: This is the worst movie I've ever seen. Edward Furlong is Hollywood's greatest failure -- not because his collective body of acting work is the worst, but because it's the worst of any actor who once was as successful and promising as he was. Here, he gives one of the most memorably horrible performances in straight-to-video film history.

Kristina K (nl) wrote: It's like a first draft of your final paper: needs a lot of re-writing, fixing and replacing and the conclusion isn't strong enough, but nice try! Always hated clowns, but I didn't hate this one - Brian was perfect for the role.

Mark L (gb) wrote: I love this movie so much. Everyone should see it.

Ty N (ag) wrote: Dances With Wolves is one of the most beautifully filmed films I have ever seen. When you got great cinematography and a great story, you got one heck of a epic.

JamesMasaki R (ag) wrote: The 1980's Los Angeles punk scene came and went so quickly, and sadly since it didn't really influence the future music scene so much that the records of those bands are the only artifacts that remain. "Border Radio" is one of the only fiction films that grouped together the scene of LA punk bands and locals for an experiment in filmmaking. Most people watching unknowning the background will see a totally amateur film in black and white without much merit. Others will see a bygone scene, a time capsule, and also the fun with the making of the movie. That's what made me enjoy it more, was imagining what it was like to get this movie together over weekends through 4 years(!).

Bridger B (fr) wrote: Steve Carell is very funny in this film. I'd say this movie was pretty entertaining. My grade= Solid B

Ketutar J (it) wrote: Not as good as Funny Girl but okay

Roland L (ca) wrote: This forgettable sequel is decent for a family with many kids, and is still better than Ghostbusters (2016), and the current Top Critics score 36% is justified.

Jim H (au) wrote: Recently released from prison, a woman tries to reclaim her place as a mother while still hankering for the drugs that put her behind bars.Maggie Gyllenhaal is exceptional, breathing humanity into a selfish and oftentimes clueless woman with a strong, subtle performance. Her scenes with her daughter are heart-breaking and charming, and her scenes with the various men in her life allow her to play both the victim and the rebel. She simply makes the film worth watching.However, I thought the plot involving Sherry's relationship with her father came too late in the film and didn't add anything to the audience's struggle to understanding her character. Also, Brad William Henke plays Bobby like a simple schlub, and maybe this is the way the character is written, but it's not a strong choice. Does he judge Sherry? Hate her? Pity her? Who knows? Maybe all of the above. And Giancarlo Esposito's Officer Hernandez is such a prick that we wonder why Sherry would ever trust him.Overall, Maggie Gyllenhaal is remarkable in Sherrybaby, but the film leaves much to be desired.