Avinash Varma (Suresh Gopi) is the District Collector of Ernakulam. He took on several anti-social elements who rule the underworld of Kochi . Of them, Williams (Rajeev), who is a real estate businessman was his biggest opponent. ACP Revathy and social activist Arundhati were there to support Avinash Varma. The City Police Commissioner, the Lady Mayor Sethulakshmi (Mohini) of Kochi Corporation and a couple of corrupt ministers and officials were supporting the illegal activities of Williams. In the age-old battle between the 'Good' and the 'Evil', Avinash Varma wins as expected, and his truth and honesty rewarded.
Avinash Varma (Suresh Gopi) is the District Collector of Ernakulam. He took on several anti-social elements who rule the underworld of Kochi . Of them, Williams (Rajeev), who is a real estate businessman was his biggest opponent. ACP Revathy and social activist Arundhati were there to support Avinash Varma. The City Police Commissioner, the Lady Mayor Sethulakshmi (Mohini) of Kochi Corporation and a couple of corrupt ministers and officials were supporting the illegal activities of Williams. In the age-old battle between the 'Good' and the 'Evil', Avinash Varma wins as expected, and his truth and honesty rewarded. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Matthew D (ag) wrote: Enjoyable without being totally engrossing, this Justice League film is mostly action, but the pacing is good, the fights inventive and dynamic and there's pauses for snappy dialogue and decent character beats, at least for the majority of its runtime. The problems come towards the end; not only does the constant action mean most viewers will start to flag, the violence gets more and more gratuitous and the ill-defined alien technology is used as a deus ex machina twice over.It may seem odd complaining about the nature of the violence in a film subtitled War, but it does feature characters that have been defined throughout most of their history by never taking a life and being symbols for optimism. In the last Justice League animated movie, The Flashpoint Paradox, the darkness was a little too much, bordering on silly, but there was a reason for it; we were in an alternate timeline where everything had gone wrong and was meant to contrast with the world the protagonist knew. Here, the 'correct' timeline, following on from the latter film's post-credits scene, is no different and aggressive heroes and death and destruction are business as usual. It's not a huge problem for the film viewed in isolation, but it makes this world less fun, especially for those used to something different, and it's disappointing when in the past DC animation has always kept the balance well between mature story-telling and representing the true core of the characters.
WS W (es) wrote: Unoriginal but acceptable.
Shaun B (au) wrote: Average 90's romantic comedy.
Venkatesh I (it) wrote: Dont dare to go to watch this movie as it is a borring and headace movie. I dont know why is this movie made.
Justin B (es) wrote: It can be oppressively quirky and not nearly as funny as it could have been but it's soul is so heartwarming that it shines through its issues.
Chelsea J (kr) wrote: Very moving. Angelina does a perfect job of playing Gia. This movie is truly one of my faves<3
Rj M (us) wrote: Some B movies are funny, entertaini g and cool, this one doesn't dissappoint as long as you don't mind the actor looks like Ben Stiller from Dodge Ball :p I bought a 12 pack of Andy Sidaris movies for 5 bucks!!
Dave R (au) wrote: some biting social commentary about the state of the education system back in the early 80s. the subtext behind it all is baby-boomer fears of their children after their children embrace their irreverence for their elders. the best example of it is when lara dern's character says to nolte's character "i think we know what's better for us than the teachers, you know?" - this attitude is a direct result of their parents' generation. the so-called revolutions of the 60s are what lead to the undermining of parental and teacher authority in america - and it's only gotten worse.i looked the commentary in this film and i liked nolte's performance.
Doctor T (us) wrote: What makes the sequel so intriguing to watch, is the entire unfolding of the Earth's past. The mystery behind the mutants and the Earth's past pushes the audience to continue watching the film. It's intriguing, this hellish post apocalyptic world that the humans live in. Despite all this, a somewhat bleak plot line and a terrible ending holds back this sequel from stardom.
Barclee W (ca) wrote: I was disappointed in this movie. I thought it was going to be funny, and while it had some funny parts it was a little depressing. Though honestly I think most of that depression is coming from Kristin Stewart. She played this character exactly as she plays all of her others:introverted, stuttery, depressed, and not fighting for anything. Jesse Eisenberg's part seems as if it was written for Michael Cera, and he fails to pull off the charm and quirky comedy that Michael Cera has. I loved that it was set in the 80s and the period seemed consistent throughout the movie EXCEPT for Kristin Stewart. She wore what she wears in every single movie, a wife beater and wirey arm bands. She did not look 80s at all. Also I don't think they said "douche" in the 80s. I thought I would connect with this movie more than I did...I'll stick to Juno.
Brooke P (fr) wrote: I love Lauren Cohan, so i gave this one a chance and i was sorely mistaken. Jer acting was flawless, the plot just didnt impress me. It went from being paranormal thriller, to psycho killer. The twist was good, i wasnt impressed, though.