Dana is 18, gorgeous and a killer surfer with a shelf full of trophies to prove it. When her father pressures her to buckle down and go to college, Dana flees her Beverly Hills home for the beaches of South Africa, the site of some of the world's most awesome surf and her late mother's home country. With her mom's journal in hand and a mismatched gang of surf fanatics watching her back, Dana embarks on an odyssey along the breathtaking southern coast of Africa to fulfill her mother's dream-one long, flawless journey down the barrel of the killer waves of J-Bay. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Blue Crush 2
Haunted by the memory of her deceased mother, Dana leaves Malibu behind and heads to South Africa to fulfill her mother's dream of surfing Jefferys Bay.
- Stars:Deepti Naval, Vijay Raaz, Meghna Naidu, Saadhika Randhawa, Ritisha Vijayvargya, Manoj Biddvai, Sayaji Shinde, Reema Lagoo, Alok Nath, Rajendra Gupta, Yashpal Sharma, Sasha Jackson, Elizabeth Mathis, Ben Milliken, Sharni Vinson, Chris Fisher, Gideon Emery, Rosy Hodge, Rodger Halston, Andrew Lange, Shannon Spooner, Katharina Damm, Grant Baker, Lloyd Edy, Dylan Edy, Roxy Louw,
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Bill F (kr) wrote: "No One Killed Jessica" is an interesting blend of fact and fiction aimed at a gross miscarriage of justice in India. Of course, injustice is certainly nothing new--and hardly limited to India--but when victims are fortunate enough to find a champion for their cause, that is news. And that's where this movie really begins to investigate and uncover its heart, a story of power, its use, and its abuse. This is a great film, even if it does drag in a few spots-it's an Indian filmmaker and music thing-they can't help themselves!
Jo Ann R (es) wrote: Not worth the dollar I paid to rent it!!
Phil N (ag) wrote: Naomitsu and Ako are betrothed but when Naomitsu(TM)s brother is ordered to marry Ako by royal decree, the two lovers flee the kingdom. Hiding out in the forest they(TM)re attacked by the bandit Tajomaru, and then everything changes Loosely based on Rashomon, this is a wonderfully complex story full of romance, betrayal and shifting identities. The acting and direction is solid enough, but it(TM)s the quality of the narrative that is what captures the imagination here and keeps you glued to the screen.
Jase W (fr) wrote: This "royal" family should of sought a therapist
Joey T (gb) wrote: This movie makes hate to you and leaves you feeling violated and disgusted. It's great!
Sorin H (gb) wrote: Post-modern romance: cows without their bells or a quote from Casablanca on the Plaza Mayor? "I will never forget that day. The Nazis have occupied Paris. They wore gray, you wore blue." I was so wrong for not having seen this film before.
Sophie J (nl) wrote: Very Agnes Varda...poetic,deep, arty, human, magnificent!
Johnny T (it) wrote: Much of the film truly does belong to Finney's Poirot -- and to his scenes with Martin Balsam and George Colouris --all of which are endlessly entertaining and fascinating. A classy colorful entertainment, the film offers some pleasures, prime among which is spotting the stars, all name actors playing small roles. The major fun in watching Sidney Lumet's glitzy version of Agatha Christie is spotting the stars and observing their accents and eccentricties. Only Finney goes to extra length here to play the finicky Poirot, though for some reason Bergman was singled out for an Academy Award. The real knockout performance comes from Finney, deservedly nominated for an eccentric turn that's unlike anything else he's ever attempted. What I liked best about this movie is its style, both the deliberately old-fashioned visual strategies used by director Sidney Lumet, and the cheerful overacting of the dozen or more suspects. There is hardly anything more I can tell you, or even hint, about the plot, except that nothing is as it seems (and you knew that already about a movie based on an Agatha Christie book).VERDICT: "High-Quality Stuff" - [Positive Reaction] This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent. (Films that are rated 3.5 or 4 stars)
Ryan B (kr) wrote: Pretty decent western to be fair.
Omar K (br) wrote: Youth culture in the 1950??s is very much a precursor of youth??s today? you could possibly make that statement with any other decade leading up today, but the 50??s in particular was marked by a new era of life after the apocalyptic World War II, as youth??s grappled with life in a way that was never seen before. Youth??s would rebel by chilling in gangs, by wearing a particular attire to stand out, arguing with oblivious parents and proving they??ve got cojones through a life and death situation. And who better to helm a film in the 1950??s regarding youth culture than James Dean, the icon of youth. Rebel Without A Cause is considered significant to cinema thanks to its powerful societal commentary, but Dean??s death even before the film was released has always made the film his in a way. His death simply concreted himself within youth history because he died at a time where his career was just about blossoming and his roles were getting juicier and more to the core of the problems facing youth??s in the 1950??s. But what is more important with Dean is his social prominence, for what he represented in 1955, a disenfranchised young man with a voice, has become his legacy. Rebel Without A Cause revolves around Jim Stark, a young man who constantly moves around with his parents; a controlling mother and cowardly father he doesn??t get along with. Jim struggles to fit in in his new school as he gets into a fight with a bunch of delinquents resulting in an accidental death. Suffering from guilt, Jim wants to confess but the delinquents are after him and his parents don??t listen to him. Mentally feeble, he takes refuge for a night in an abandoned mansion with his two unlikely friends, Judy and Plato, who like him are struggling at home. Rebel Without A Cause may have an obvious plot, but in all honesty it isn??t about what happens, it is about how these characters feel for the film is a stinging piece of social commentary. This is a film about youngsters, but it does not appear to be for the same people, as adults will find the film far more shocking seeing as it comes from the perspective of the youth. James Dean leads the youthful cast with a classic portrayal of youth in revolt as his anger and desperation is both physically and mentally palpable. The thing is that Dean has only ever had three roles in his life, and all while he was young, so he is kind of an icon for the youth because he died at 24. His appeal came about because he was the poster boy of youthful disenfranchisement, and in Rebel Without A Cause, he gives a voice to those marginalised with a quite frankly stirring performance. Natalie Wood stars as Judy, Jim??s love interest who is also a rebellious daughter in her own right. Wood may be remembered for West Side Story, but her enactment of a girl that bows down to peer pressure to fit in and wants her father??s loving attention even though she has passed that ??little girl?? age, is one that truly catches the eye. Her situation both within her family and amongst her friends is possibly the most accurate representation of youth, and Wood is the reason why this realism is apparent. Sal Mineo??s performance as the good-hearted but overly obsessive Plato threatens to derail your sympathy for his downfall. The most obvious thing one can remember of Plato is his face of utter excitement that Jim is paying attention to him, revealing to us his sole want of a friend, which makes his collapse tragically affecting even if he leaves you divided over his character. Through the many relationships Jim is involved in throughout the film, we get to understand the crux of Jim??s struggles and the obstacles that prevent him from living a better life. His romantic relationship with Judy is interesting for when he meets Judy alone she is lovely, but as soon as her friends arrive, she changes into a viciously uncaring prima donna. Everyone knows what is up with her, including Jim, which makes his romantic peeling of her peer-pressure-induced-faade all the more convincing. The stud battles between Jim and the delinquent Buzz, where they engage in a knife fight, which leads to a Chickie Run, resulting in Buzz??s accidental death is revealing of both the immaturity of young people, yet through Jim the maturity of facing up to these actions. And, Jim, Judy and Plato??s friendship triangle is short-lived and to be honest quite awkward, but what these three have in common, family problems, binds them together as unconventional companions. They all need someone they can talk to that suffers the same problem, and they for a little while get to do that. It really is stark stuff, for their problems are there for all to see, but for no one to actually listen or care. Through these relationships, Jim Stark still lacks a purpose and is forced to rebel in order find a cause for his life. And by the end, through such an unfortunate situation, he may not have found his purpose amongst society, but he definitely means something now to some people. It is Jim??s relationship with his parents that outlines itself as the most burdening part of Jim??s life. It is in the most stressful moment of the film where this relationship is amplified to a psychical level. Jim stands in between his parents on the stairs landing, cursing and ranting about how he must do right for once in his life by going to the police to confess his part in the death. This scene is so powerfully shot as the power struggle is there for all to see, with Jim??s controlling mother standing on the stairs and his father sitting dejectedly on a ledge, and Jim stuck in the middle struggling to say anything meaningful for his parents?? ears, resulting in him attacking his father for being a blithering coward of a role model. Only the ending resolves their relationship for his father grows some balls and takes responsibility. This family relationship is so authentically fractured that many people could perhaps still relate to it today if it wasn??t for the melodramatic nature of cinema in the 50??s. Rebel Without A Cause??s realism is without a doubt its undying feature for the film??s focus on one man??s life and his relationships have developed necessary social commentary that has remained relevant to youth??s even today. Without James Dean, Rebel Without A Cause would undoubtedly have lost its appeal for Dean??s everlasting youth has made the film??s worldwide significance endure. The Verdict: Held together by a talentedly youthful cast, Rebel Without A Cause is a powerfully significant representation of generational conflict and youthful marginalisation that has becomes a timeless piece of social commentary. ???????????????????? 8/10
Ray N (ag) wrote: [font=Fixedsys]I have recently seen this film on TV in England (where I live) and taped it on video and have watched it another twice (two times US). I rate it very good not as good as Cassablanca or the like but enjoyable all the same. With all due respect to those involved it is quite a change for an American actor (Franchot Tone) to take the part of an Englishman with any credible belief. I quite enjoy this film and look forward to watching it again in the near future. Ray [/font]
Andy G (br) wrote: My third favorite Tom Hanks movie, behind Apollo 13 and Forrest Gump. It's strange to see a movie with so little dialogue, and almost no music, and yet still be this good. Some of Tom Hanks' best acting for sure. It's pretty impressive if you can get an audience to care so much about a volleyball, as if it was a real person, but that's something only Tom Hanks could do. Some of the effects are dated by today's standards, but they were done with good lighting/weather effects and cinematography, that the problems with them are hard to spot, so that's only a minor issue with the movie. And perhaps it was the transfer on the Blu-ray, but it seemed like the film quality didn't hold up to current HD standards very well either, whereas other movies from around the same time look fine. There were also a few areas where it seemed like the sound mixing could have been better. Other than those things, which are honestly minor complaints, the film feels mostly perfect to me. Personal Grade: S+Technical Score: 94%