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Death Scenes 2

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  • Category: Documentary
  • Stars: Harold Wells
  • Uploader: Itachi8x
  • Writer: Nick Bougas, Tom Lavagnino (additional material)

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Users reviews


Ellie S (ca)

hey knew what they were doing!. --Americans who wish to hear a great performance of it should check out the brilliant recordings of Robert Shaw and the Atlanta Symphony,. Sadly the "presentation" of the Ninth Symphony is also a let down. Horrible blow to the possibilities of presenting Beethoven's struggles and enormously original creative output at least more accurately. Revolting mess from concept to completion


Emma G (fr)

most movies based on games are rubbish, but this one is awesome, i reccomend it for any professor layton fan :)


Jesus H (ag)

es drama normal nada del otro mundo


Jordy N (fr)

Underrated and misunderstood


Kenny N (it)

Farrah gives her greatest performance. One of the best films ever made detailing the horrors of domestic abuse


Komal S (ag)

Overall: 6/10 Though the film had disappointing camerawork, editing and direction, its strong core of an adapted-original story and concept along with excellent, original visuals (in all aspects) makes it a movie worth watching at home and you are in a philosophical mood. Obviously Rutnam intended for the scene to capture the two reflections in the water, but it didn't pull through). (Example: when Ragini was injured on the tree branch looking at her reflection in the water we couldn't see Beera's reflection and his expression clearly. Otherwise the direction was average; I expected more precise angles that better captured a moment/symbolism better. I was expecting to be blown away, but there were only some moments in scenes that were noteworthy. Camerawork: 4/10 Honestly, I was disappointed by the camerawork of the movie. Also, Mani Ratnam's attempt to dramatize Beera's evil presence by adding melodramatic clips of music was unnecessary; subtle, mild low undertones would have done better). ) Sound/Music: 7/10 (Few songs were worth listening to, the others were useless and forced into the movie, often wasting time. Beera's reflection in the broken mirror in the camp was also a good visual. Examples at the top of my head: Provided she didn't have the longest dialogue, Aishwariya's eyes often expressed her character the most. Besides the setting, the camera work often caught the essence of the character. Visuals: 10/10 (If this film would be recognized for anything, it would be for it's stunning sets, backgrounds, and overall visuals. The beginning helped me define the characters in terms of good and evil, but as the story progressed, we felt Ragini's experience as the lines between Ram and Raavana blurred in and out between Beera and Dev. Though the first half of the film was a bit slow, it establishes a strong foundation for the audience to better understand the chemistry of the ending. The climax hits these points brilliantly. It is during these moments that the portrayal of Ravana (demon) and Ram (God) flip back and forth between Beera and Dev. As the passion subtly but powerfully buds, the plot becomes atypical to the original story when Ragini is finally simultaneously released by Beera and rescued by Dev. Throughout the fourteen days that they are together the chemistry between the two characters boil just enough for the audience to understand and enjoy the presence of an underlying love between Beera and Ragini. After seeing that Ragini is as fearless as he is, he keeps her in captivity, but releases any intention to kill her. In an attempt to seek revenge against the police, Beera kidnaps Ragini and intends to kill her. After Ragini re-locates to a distant settlement called Lal Matti with her husband Dev, the head of the police, she becomes entangled in her husband's case to apprehend a bandit named Beera. If it wasn't for the overall average camerawork, direction and editing, Raavan is a visual stunner whose adapted story employs a noteworthy thought-provoking concept


Nikki J (us)

There are some Sam Raimi influenced moments which is a nice treat. >that< impressed. It wasn't. . . Boogeyman himself was a pretty spooky guy! Love the character design for him! Props for that! Don't think I will be watching any sequels however. Predictable story lines (little girl, Frannke for instance), but some very cool make up and the sets were nice. I was creeped out enough to keep watching. This wasn't awful, I didn't feel like I wasted 90 minutes of my life


Paula K (jp)

Definitely worth watching just to see a very, very young Colin Firth. Politics, sexuality, class - way too complicated at times, and very simplistic at others


Rhonda W (de)

He is soooooo funny!


Rob H (kr)

good as far as baywatch goes it was like a finale and reunion in one until baywatch hawaii started up and took its place