At his grandmother's request, Arjun is headed to Madurai to reclaim an ancestral property. But, circumstances force him to join a girl and pretend to be newlyweds in order to reach Madurai.
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Michael H (it) wrote: A litany of dying and meager escape suspense that echoes the sensationalism of the Guyana tragedy without adding psychological insight into the particular horror of cult mentality.
Kevin L (ca) wrote: The Beast Stalker is a good movie. This movie has a little bit of action scenes and a lot of drama. I think that Nicholas Tse's performance is very emotional including Nick Cheung's performance.
Nyght N (it) wrote: As always Samuel Jackson did a phenomenal job in this film. The ending was quite a surprise.
Eric H (br) wrote: Somewhat amusing. Unfortunately Lauren Holly's role was relegated to somewhat insulting silliness. It would have benefitted from rebuilding the script and screenplay as much around Lauren as Kelsey. But then this has become a somewhat dated movie ;it can now be recast as a documentary on the New Navy.
Blais E (br) wrote: Raucously off-beat black comedy with horriffic overtones starring wormy-and-squirmy Steve Buscemi as Hardware-Store owner Ed, mourning the loss of his recently-deceased mother. He goes to some desperate lengths to bring back Dear Old Mom, with exceedingly frightful-&-disturbing results. Featuring a great supporting cast, most notably plump Oompa-Loompa Miriam Margloyes as Mother, and the delightful-& delicious Sam Jenkins as the smoldering femme fatale/girlfriend. Wonderfully weird and wacky.
Rose G (au) wrote: I love this movie! I was obsessed with it when I was little, and my older siblings finally hid it so I would stop watching it. I still love cheetahs today.
Paul D (mx) wrote: While the animation is very good, I just couldn't get past how much I hated the story that was being told. I found the main character to be so useless and outright stupid, that watching the tragic events unfold only made me angry instead of sad. I am in the minority, but I just think that this is an awful movie.
Brody M (ca) wrote: A great crime movie that had me hooked all the way to the very end.
Thomas D (nl) wrote: As the trio gets older the films become a little darker and more mature. Watching the Harry Potter series within days of each other can be a tough adjustment. Especially considering how family friendly the first two installments are, but no matter the subtitle, Harry Potter films always maintain that fun atmosphere.Harry and his buddies have turned 13, his first year of his teens, and this film subtly tackles some common issues that an early teen has. Not only is Harry dealing with the angst of trying to be independent from his muggle family, but he then is forced with coming to terms with an estranged family member returning to find Harry, Sirius Black. All the films have relatively the same setting, characters, and tone, but Prisoner of Azkaban is clearly a part of a maturation process for Harry. There's something to be said for a film that takes its franchise in a totally new direction (i.e. Fast Five), but I also can't help but think this film was missing a few familiar plot points.Alfonso Cuarn took the reigns from Chris Columbus and he brought a refreshing take on the Potterverse. Just by simply looking at the advancement of technology in CGI and in the unique camera movements/shots, this was going to be a different Potter film. Cuarn brought along Michael Gambon as the new Dumbledore, after the unfortunate passing of Richard Harris. As great as Harris is, his calming presence may not have worked as Dumbledore here. Gambon fits in well as a more demanding and mysterious headmaster than in the previous two films.With that said, Voldemort's lack of presence is definitely felt. I enjoy the late-game twist in the film's villain and I understand we don't necessarily need him every film, but there was barely any mention of him. Yes, that's the way it is in the book, but for me, it degrades the score a bit. The focus here is more on Sirius Black and Professor Lupin. Both of which have unexpected twists and turns that make the third act quite the whirlwind. To me, this film plays more as a part 1 of 2 to the Goblet of Fire, because we only get a glimpse into Pettigrew and his relation to the dark lord and Harry's parents. Either way, Prisoner of Azkaban is a welcomed changeup in the film's franchise and one that, on repeat viewings, only gets better. I mean, who doesn't love time travel, Hippogriff's, a long awaited punch, a little quality time with Harry & Hermione, and one big twist right? It's a slower pace and a darker tone, but Prisoner of Azkaban is no slouch of a film.+ Cuarn's different style+Gary Oldman enters the picture+Fantastic visuals/cinematography+Hermione & Harry team-up-No Voldemort presence8.7/10
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Les E (it) wrote: Film of the year so far for me. Loach is a true legend. The film is harsh and honest but always with a feeling of hope. This simple story will last long in the memory.
David B (it) wrote: Wonderful visuals matched with confusing plot twists and loads of nudity make this an fascinating but underwhelming chapter in the Pasolini saga