Billa Ranga is action thriller based movie in which, Raviraj (Kannada Prabhakar) is a smuggler who kills people and smuggles their skulls to foreign countries.Billa Ranga movie poster To get evidences against him and close his business, police commissioner (Thyagaraju) call up Billa (Chiranjeeevi) , a CID officer from delhi and presents him as thief in local area.
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Billa Ranga torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Plain old Tyler Perry movie. Too many main characters to get into too much depth. Some very funny lines and Nia Long is gorgeous and great.
(br) wrote: This was a really good movie. I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. I hope they make a sequel! Seeing this movie was time and money well spent!
(mx) wrote: Was meant to be Big Brother meets Saw. If only. It was worse than both.
(ru) wrote: I enjoyed this film very much. Very well done.
(au) wrote: He wore fir coats and tailored suits, had a gill, drove expensive sport cars, openly fornicated with and married white women, and humiliated the so called "superior race" by becoming Heavy Weight Boxing Champion of the World all in 1903?! In Jim Crow south?! AMAZING!
(jp) wrote: One of my favorites!
(de) wrote: More compact than the first chapter, and losing some rough edges around Wong Fei Hung character this only slightly political tinged flick is, as always, great fun. Not to mention the great fight sequences in it, Jet Li VS Donnie Yen: 'nuff said.
(br) wrote: Very cute and funny. The characters of the story really makes you want more. Every time that something happens, you wonder "what the heck is going to happen next?!". I love Short anyways. Jones, Ruck, and Nolte were a good addition to the story. LOL!
(gb) wrote: Really great character piece full of amazing performances. Moving, real and smart... what else much I say.
(ag) wrote: Made on the cusp of the eighties becoming the nineties, this curiosity is most definitely of its time from the frightwig hardos to the story revolving around video cassettes being the future. Rated R due to a peppering of cuss-words (the c bomb is dropped), John Cutesac and Tim Robbins look positively foetal in this. One to roll your suit sleeves up to.
(ru) wrote: didnt like this one...... nope thats for sure
(ru) wrote: Remarkable Oldman & Molina.For watch it and judge.
(mx) wrote: This movie is fucking insane. It's weirder than Tommy which I didnt think was possible? Total lack of narrative plus Liszt songs Roger Daltry wrote lyrics to played out with synths and excessive use of the wah wah pedal. This movie must have been hilarious to make. I mean, at first you're just like what the fuck is happening, and then after an hour you're like "oh, theyre gonna guillotine his penis. Oh it's the devil. The devil is taking his penis. fair." Can't put a price on that kind of experience imo. Also props for callin Wagner out on being a dick.
(ru) wrote: Now this is a badass film! The story ain't the most original, but then again, very few films really are all that original. This is a fun and groovy story about a cxool dude known only as Mr. T who is a detective who can kick ass, get shit done, and still have time to please the ladies. This is a high class blaxploitation film that deserves a lot more attention and recognition. It is, like the best of them, a film that really works as a regular movie and not just a genre picture. It saddens me that more films couldn't have aspired to the level of greatness achieved here. Robert Hooks is awesome as T. The rest of the cast is also good. There's some great lines, good thrilling action, a tight story and script, a bit of substance, and, probably best of all, an awesome soundtrack by Marvin Gaye. This is a great looking film that is really entertaining, a lot of fun, and one that is definitely worth looking up.
(kr) wrote: A fairly enjoyable coming-of-age story from Malle. It's very New Wave, with obvious 400 Blows influences and little scenes like "spinach tennis" and Laurent laying out his mother's clothes. The Oedipal themes are strong and somewhat compelling, although the film does seem to just flop around aimlessly at times. The humor kind of reminded me of Philip Roth: a little bit naughty and a little bit amusing, but not ever laugh-out-loud funny.
(de) wrote: This is an outstanding western noir, with a wonderful cast (Gregory Peck, Anne Baxter, Richard Widmark) and gorgeous direction. It's one of the many westerns shot in the Alabama Hills near Lone Pine, California; and Wellman uses the gorgeous scenery masterfully. The extended sequence in the beginning on the salt flats is unbelievable.In contrast to the beautiful scenery, 'Yellow Sky' is a dark and gritty film. I haven't seen many westerns that felt this agonizingly realistic. And I mean that in the best way possible. The scorching sun, the dirt, the grime, and the sweet serenity that is fresh water.This is a vicious, and cold-hearted film. Some of the violence, and behavior of some of the characters made me feel uneasy, and that is saying something. The brutal honesty in the way the film portrays the the gang is wonderful.Some might have a problem with the way this story wraps up, as it's a departure from the darkness that shrouds the rest of the film. I loved the whole film, even though the ending feels like something the studio might have tacked on. It works well. Overall, this is one of my favorite westerns from the 40's, and a new overall favorite as well.
(gb) wrote: omg is that movie a joke *)'s
(us) wrote: The single best movie of all time
(au) wrote: Update: 1/31/16Although visuals and design of the film are great. The film suffers from unexplained plot elements and characters that are either too cartoonish, medicore, or hateable (Or all three at once). Leaving little suspense for the viewer. Not a great flick, but it could've been worse. I have to give the film makers credit for being faithful to the source material, and it did a good job putting the video game franchise on the big screen, at least in a visual perspective
(it) wrote: A hilarious movie staring two Hollywood legends. Probably the best comedy Curtis made after Some Like it Hot.