Darpan Chhaya

Darpan Chhaya

Two friends involve with same girl which eventually deteriorate their friendship.

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Filip D (de) wrote: Gordon-Levitt does a great job, and the topic is really important in our society today. Kudos for bringing it into mainstream media.

Angelo Dean B (us) wrote: 1.5 Stars for Anna Kendrick. She's OK, and 1 star for the rest. The movie is not that bad, but is not good! Generated some few laughs too and weird and original.2.5 stars!

Midlands M (ag) wrote: Let there be light! A post-apocalyptic genre crossover as the world's population disappears in an instant as the shadows and darkness evaporate anyone without a light source in this horror-thriller. With the brilliant Machinist under his belt the director has turned his promising start into an unfortunate by-the-book scare-fest and when your cast consists of Hayden Christensen you know you're struggling on the acting front too. A unique idea, it suffers most from a low budget with the intriguing premise and scares during the first 20 minutes forced into a solitary bar-set-piece for the rest of the film with an underused John Leguizamo who is wasted in a mostly catatonic state of injury throughout. Remember the end bit of "Ghost" as Patrick Swayze's nemesis gets taken by the shadow demons? It's essentially that for an hour and a half. Great idea, badly executed. 6.5/10 Midlands Movies Mike

Caio C (it) wrote: Que porra foi essa que eu assisti? Completamente BWSAS do comeo ao fim. O final deixa muito a desejar, mas mesmo com a falta de dialogos, e esse humor escroto asitico, algumas piadas presentes no filme valem a pena o tempo perdido assistindo.

Melissa A (ca) wrote: The best comedy movie EVER !!! If you haven't watched this, then you're missing out !! Seriously guys, Back in the Day is awesome, hilarious movie !!!

Daniel P (br) wrote: Tore my working-class heart in two then sewed in a spacer, so it could swell bigger than ever before... beautiful story about passion and grief and coming of age and socio-economic hardship and black sheep and Britain in the 80s and fathers and sons and sure, dancing, but it really doesn't have to be dancing... if you came from somewhere you never thought you'd get out of till the one day you found that thing that you know could be your ticket, get ready for tears. Beautiful film, instantly among my all-time favourites. Embarrassed to have not seen it earlier in life.

Donald G (es) wrote: Bought a copy for my SCIFI coleection always liked this movie,but then of course I grew up with hoky B&W scifi films.

Eric R (kr) wrote: "By popular demand!" - DeathstalkerI might be mistaken but I highly doubt they made "Deathstalker II" due to popular demand but needless to say part 1 must have made enough money in video rentals to warrant a sequel. Though I love the original film for what it is (a delightfully awful Sword & Sorcery romp) I have to respect the direction that director / screenwriter Jim Wyrnorski took this sequel. Where-as the first film took itself seriously, Wyrnorski decides to poke fun at the low budget sword & sorcery film with this deliciously funny semi-spoof.Deathstalker (this time portrayed by John Terlesky) with the help of a mega-hot princess must defeat an evil wizard. Hey, what else did you expect?Like the first film, "Deathstalker II" was originally written to be serious but tongue-in-cheek schlock director Jim Wyrnorski saw the first film and read the script and new there is no way such drivel could be made seriously without becoming a laughing stock. The night before shooting began, he completely wrote the script to be a semi spoof of the ridiculous sword & sorcery genre.This new approach is evident from the opening pre-title sequence when our hero of the title escapes an evil vixen with here yelling to the screen "I will have my revenge and Deathstalker too" before the title "Deathstalker II" comes burning onto the screen accompanied by a screaming synthesizer score. This my friend is the intro to a hilarious, spoofy good time!Wynoroski loads his script up with silly, self aware dialogue. Example: "Deathstalker, is that your first or last name?" He even takes a little cartoon approach in some scenes, where our heroin sneaks around a castle and appears in the same shot coming out from behind multiple walls. It's completely Scooby Doo! The film finally completely bonkers when Wynorkski has our title hero actually fight a women in a boxing ring? Seriously what-the-hell?Just because the film as a spoofy, funny tone to it, Wyrnorski still delivers the goods when it comes to violence and nudity so to answer everyone's question this is NOT a family friendly Deathstalker film. Hell this rivals the number of boobies we saw in the original... and that's a true feat! Hands down actress Monique Gabrielle has the best set of knockers I have ever seen! Yummy!John Terlesky is given free rein to completely have fun in the role as Deathstalker. Despite the name this is NOT the same guy that Richard Hill portrayed the first time around. Instead of being a mostly silent barbarian brute raping and killing across the countryside, this Deathstalker is a young, cocky and mouthy adventurer and Terlesky plays the role self aware, almost like he knows he's acting in a bad sword-and-sorcery sequel. I had a ball with his performance.The production values are shit as expected and much of the acting is head-ache inducing, but the spoofy approach to the film makes all this much more stomachable. I enjoyed "Deathstalker II" immensely... just don't expect a serious sequel. The director and all the actors had fun making this silly film and that sense of festivity emanates off the screen and the audience can't help but be sucked into the buffoonery. What can a say other than "Deathstalker II" is real treat.

KIm A (gb) wrote: Pretty messed up movie!

William W (nl) wrote: This was a very good sequel to a fine zombie work (my favourite zombie film is STILL Jean Rollin's remarkable and extremely aesthetically-pleasing 'The Grapes of Death'), and I was very pleasantly surprised. Pardon the pun, but you would think that by this time, everything in the land of zombie movies would have been done to death, but I remain consistently admiring of just where the best and most thought-out renditions of the template can go. In THIS case, the most intriguing dynamic is a cowardly husband choosing his life rather than helping his wife out of a horrible crisis, then infanticide (or worse) of his own children, rather than face their wrath over the poor decision he had made.It's interestingly hilarious that when you think about it, humanity is doomed because a 12-year-old had to go back and get a picture of his mother, because he was afraid that without it, he would forget what she looked like...A surprisingly satisfying work, that for horror fans, is worth a purchase and rewatching. I'm admittedly more for classic films, from the 20's to 60's, but for contemporary horror cinema, I liked this a lot, especially Jeremy Renner and Imogen Poots. It's no surprise to me that they soon became superstars.

Stephen S (mx) wrote: Better Red than Dead. Better watching this movie than Georgia Rule. Plus it has George Takei and some Ray Harryhausenesque giant scorpions.