Breezy

Breezy

Breezy is a teen-aged hippy with a big heart. After taking a a ride with a man who only wants her for sex, Breezy manages to escape. She runs to hide on a secluded property where stands the home of a middle-aged divorced man, Frank Harmon. Frank reluctantly takes Breezy in only to fall unexpectedly in love with her.

Breezy is a teen-aged hippy with a big heart. After taking a ride with a man who only wants her for sex, Breezy manages to escape. She runs to hide on a secluded property where stands the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

LinksNameQualitySeedersLeechers

Breezy torrent reviews

Jack L (au) wrote: Cameraman Ganga tho Rambabu (CGTR - Telugu)Powerstar Pawan Kalyan has been dormant for almost a decade. Just when all hell was about to collapse, supposedly, a super blockbuster Gabbar Singh reconstructed every damage pore and was infact an overnight image makeover. So any subsequent movie will not only set the bar high but also will be expected to create a new graph for itself.On the other hand maverick director Puri Jagannadh has had his share of success with his previous movie Businessman. Infact Puri's directorial infancy started with Badri in 2000 and the movie was a big hit. It's been 12 years since this combination came back to work together - a potent mix of eccentricity and intensity. Naturally, mercury levels are supposed to be at stellar heights.Amidst all this hype and hoopla CGTR finished it's shoot in around 5 months and is releasing today all around the globe with record number of prints and theaters for a telugu movie.Plot:Rambabu (Pawan Kalyan) is a "news"clear reactor but is actually an automobile mechanic. He's extremely potent when it comes to social responsibility and the same virility is tapped by a tom boyish camera"woman" Ganga (Tamannah). Together they are all set to rage like a wild fire especially when it comes to exposing the truth through their powerful medium of communication (news media).At this juncture the lead pair come across a sensational but sensitive situation that has the power to shatter all political equations and raging instability with in the state. Rest of the story is all about how the newsman tagged by his camera"woman" bring everything to closure.Analysis:Nobody wants or likes complete social documentaries when it comes to films in South India. Even the best societal movie like Bharateeyudu has it's share of unkempt run in the name of entertainment and allure to the masses. CGTR is no exception.First half of the movie is racy focusing on entertainment while concurrently setting an undercurrent stage for the main theme. Infact the director wastes no time in setting hero's characterization right with his introduction where Pawan is introduced as a social human being with an uncanny knack of questioning any sort of injustice happening around him. We, telugu people, crave for entertainment or the so called timepass. Keeping that in mind first half of the film has enough popcorn quotient as hero tries to jingle around with Ali and Tamannah. At the same time he dives in to the murky world of state level politics by coming head to head with Ranababu (Prakash Raj). Interval bang brings the curtains down between main protagonist and the anti-hero as they each mouth some powerful dialogues and throw challenges in to the air.The whole meat of the movie lies in the second half when Rambabu is truly at his best mechanic work and the director did not waste anytime in running through the scenes finally closing it down with a 20 minute pre-climax showdown of epic proportions.Performances:The movie has Pawan Kalyan (or I should say Rambabu) written all over it. He was extremely energetic in his performance - while it was controlled aggression in the first half, second half was total adrenaline rush. He is and has been one of the most socially responsible folks in filmdom and always tries to imbibe certain principles especially through his songs. But the tenor of this movie is different. His forte of social awareness and responsibility is now at the forefront and probably that made him look super charged in his antics. When it comes to songs he was passable and the same energy levels did not trickle down for some reason.Prakash Raj as Rana Babu was convincing. He was extremely emotional in his political speeches and tried to mimic NTR especially when he focuses on Telugdom etc.Tamannah was a bundle of over expression and thanks to the director as all his eccentricity was poured in to a vessel called "heroine". She boozes, oozes and manages to mouth some *beepers* too. Kota Srinivas Rao as opposition party leader tried to maintain high glycerin levels and over emoted in certain scenes. Tanikella Bharani as Kota's assistant was adequate. Ali and Brahmanandam don't have a lot of scope but they performed well with in their metrics.Director Puri Jagannadh is known for racy screenplays, eccentric characters & dialogs and speedy shoot wrap-ups. He did not budge a bit from his original style and the movie has his quirky edge written all over it. A welcome change when it comes to no obscenity and undoubtedly it's his best work till date. The ideal wire of social consciousness runs through out the film with displayed messages of anti smoking and boozing. At the same time he makes his heroine booze ;) projecting an equivocal facade as usual. Though his hero character is not exactly etched like his previous films he did blend in some allowable amounts of entertainment.Mentionable Scenes:--> Pawan's introduction and establishing his don't give a damn attitude--> His initial confrontation with Rana babu especially the one after Rana Babu's padayatra--> Undercurrent sarcasm between the lead pair--> Interval bang and stage setting--> Pawan commenting on women being ordinary and teasing off Tamannah--> News reading comedy scene with Brahmanandam. Blaming news channels for focusing too much on personal lives of film stars Pawan mocks himself in the name of divorce, insanity etc.--> Earth shattering last 20 minutes of the filmSome scenes from the first half and a eunuch fight in the second half are unnecessary additions to the film's run. Songs on screen are passable and there isn't any commendable background score to be mentioned.Tail Piece:There are many people in India who don't like Mahatma Gandhi given that we are breathing free and fresh air just because of his sacrifice - it just doesn't matter. Similarly if there are intellectuals out there who don't like this film it's the same equation - it doesn't matter.At the end of the film I was happy that there is some social consciousness still alive in me as I was not one of those intelligent mocking jays in the theater. It's a conceptually social film with added commercial accouterments - not totally perfect but nobody wants or believes in perfection (Question yourself)

Rahul G (de) wrote: Nice movie and of course new kind of topic to Hindi cinema

Isadore H (nl) wrote: A lonely and slow moving film that ultimately has exactly everything you would want out of it, and filled with memorable characters and stories. Oh, and also slow moving, almost painfully slow. But for a film with a plot of a man driving a lawnmower over 300 miles, it isn't something that I can necessarily say should not have been done, but that doesn't mean it doesn't drag its feet. Ultimately, it is a satisfying tale filled with parts that won't easily be forgotten.

Thomas E (ag) wrote: Wow how can there be a sequel to this shit how is this even possible i mean the first was an exception of Disney Original but a sequel and guess how much money they put into this 7 million this is why we don't get nice things because this shitty sequel used 7 million US American Dollars $ to make a musical which i could have made by renting a few school rooms getting some lighting and audio check things and a pool and a couple of people oh yer and we don't even need the shitty golf scene so yer it is a shitty movie but nothing prepares you for part three

S V (br) wrote: I absolutely loved this movie and can't understand why the reviews are so bad. It was light hearted and funny, and I found all of the characters to be very charismatic and likable. The plot made sense, had no gaping holes, and overall lacked the overwhelming sentimental cheese that usually accompanies romantic comedies. Yes, there were some aspects of the movie that were "unrealistic" or somewhat ridiculous, but I thought that was the overall point? Bottom line: I've recommended it to all my girlfriends and would definitely watch it again.

Aurelius D (ru) wrote: "Thoughts of suicide among teenagers and adults is common. You may experience rectal bleeding, shortness of breath and a drop of IQ by 102 point."Seriously what a load of rubbish. Take the Blaire Witch and then pile drive that into the concept of Land of the Dead but subtract any coolness that you could have got from them and you got this steaming pile. I sat through to the end just to see what was up. Needless to say I'm underwhelmed. You got a film crew trying to do a "documentary" about "zombies". They try and explain how it spreads and some very pedestrian science behind it. Basically this hour and a half of boredom inducing garbage makes you start to weigh the pro's and cons of hanging yourself just to see if you can come back as a zombie and do something far cooler than these jack holes. Then again maybe the thoughts of hanging myself just seemed less painful...The movie never picks up. It's the same monotonous pace throughout. Ohh here is a "zombie", talk about said "zombies" life. Watch me put my junk in a door jam and repeatedly SLAM the door just to keep my pulse up. I swear to god I should have brought some atropine with me just to be able to keep my heart beating. There is nothing that saves this film. It is boring from start to finish. The culmination, if you want to call it that, is this friggen "zombie stock" thing where all the deadtards get in a circle and sing kum bye ya or some shit. You only see 2 people die throughout the entire film. It all happens in like the last 10/15 minutes. I love zombie movies; they are a thing that brings me much passion. I have seen a large assortment, some good and then there are some that are just bad. This is not only bad, it's an abomination. I mean at least there are people out there making Z quality films that are so low budget you can see the ketchup bottle under their shirt squirting as they get "shot". I can appreciate how they decided to take this film as a "documentary" style but it was already done. I mean what kind of fool thinks they can do a better job than the god father of Zombies Mr. George A Romero. I think the scariest thing in this movie was the...maybe it was the...or it could have been...Oh I got it, the scariest thing was definitely when I realized that I could have been watching something better with a point and a plot and story arch that has a climax. So now I reiterate my point from the attention grabber and this is how sum it up.There should be some fine print like an anti-depressant label "Thoughts of suicide among teenagers and adults is common. You may experience rectal bleeding, shortness of breath and a drop of IQ by 102 point."

Benjamin M (br) wrote: It's DAREDEVIL! IT'S GREAT! It has a deep and powerful roller-coaster of emotions. With a satisfying ending that feels familiar... You'll see why.

Brendan W (jp) wrote: typical midday movie crap

Ludovic R (jp) wrote: Sans aucun doute le meilleur film d' Albert Dupontel, le must du must.

Cherrie H (nl) wrote: it quite and really good movie not much

Ed Fucking H (jp) wrote: An excellent Film Noir of the Gangster persuasion from France by Jean-Pierre Melville. An incredibly layered and complex crime story, where nothing is as it seems and no one is to be trusted. You don't even really know who you should be rooting for throughout the movie, though you might think you do. This was the first film of Melville's that I have seen and I will look forward to seeing more in the future. The influence that Melville had on French cinema in particular and crime films at large is clearly apparent here. Almost 50 years old and most current film makers still can't come close to the complexity and suspense on display here. A must see!

Brent C (jp) wrote: The ultimate stranger in a small town movie. Spencer Tracy is at his best as he gets off a train at a town in the middle of nowhere. His reasons for being there are harmless enough but the townspeople are hiding something and are very suspicious. Plenty of stars in smaller roles give great performances in this wonderful gem.

Daniel C (br) wrote: More funny than romantic.