Desi Kattey

Desi Kattey

Desi Kattey is the story of two orphans who grow up in a remote village, making country guns to earn their livelihood. The film traces their journey, as they go on to become national level shooters.Desi Kattey is based in a small village of the Kanpur District of Uttar Pradesh, Mungera, which is famous for its geographical location i.e. at the shore of Holy river Ganga and manufacturing cum production of the country made guns, this story is about two young kids Pali and Gyani. Pali and Gyani alike other orphan kids with no support system work as a labor in one of such country made gun manufacturing factory for their survival.

A sharpshooting thug becomes a competitive shooter while his childhood friend remains in the life of crime. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Bill M (es) wrote: A very well crafted and smart entry in the childs play series, it works as both a reboot and a continuation, sort of anyway. It's sharp, funny and for the first time since probably the first, often proper scary, they give Chucky back his fear factor again, and the little guy has never been more malicious, sadistic and brutal. Any post modern comedy imbued into the character from the last two sequels is long gone, replaced by the frightening little boogieman who made us scared of our toys when we were kids. The interesting thing they do here is that we dont see Chucky alive for ages, the filmmakers cleverly hold off for the best part of an hour into the 90 min films runtime before the "reveal", and it's easily Chucky's best and most scary introduction since the "talk to me damn it!" scene from the first, there's real patience and a really carefully built and masterfully paced sense of suspense and tension, especially the soup scene, were the films strong edge of pitch black humor comes into play. It's also great how this is essentially a "Cluedo" esc whodunnit, trapping a badly dysfunctional and ghastly family together in a amazingly designed spooky house (really the production design in this film is great and the film is so well made that it's ridiculous that it went straight to dvd whilst shoddy, cheapo looking doll film Annabelle went to cinemas and made millions, but such is the utterly retarded world we live in) and the film also features a great performance from Chucky himself Brad Dourifs daughter Fiona, truly terrific here as Nica, the only sympathetic character in the film, and whose wheelchair bound disability makes the final chase scenes even more frightening. It's also the goriest film in the whole Childs Play franchise, with some nasty as hell (and rather satisfying) kills. The only place it really slips up is in a convoluted, cluttered ending that tries too hard to tie up the series and please fans, which is a shame as it's attempt to be a stand alone entry was working very well up till that point. But on the other hand if you are a fan of the series (like me) it is also a great call back and nod to past characters and events of the series as a whole (that post credits scene is fucking awesome!) so even with flaws this is a truly good, inventive Chucky flick, and a great little scary movie, perfect for a friday night in with the lights off.

Mohammed A (br) wrote: As India cinema begins to mature into entertaining international audience, it has to realize that international audience aren't so shallow that they forget the purpose of a movie. Stretching out cheesy scenes and action sequences that we have seen before does nothing but hurt the entirety of the movie's plot. Saved by Amir Khan's performance and a few stunts, this movie is nothing but Doom all over again

Joe J (mx) wrote: Scientist Susan Carter (Dawn Ford) is trying to find a cure for addictions, and thinks she's come across it - she's found a way, through use of rare flies, to isolate addictions and turn them into their own entities within the human being, which then is able to be literally cut out of them. She's tossed out of the medical community and dies, and her son, Brian (Sean Clement), inherits her old laboratory. Together with some friends he goes to tour the place to decide if it's worth keeping or destroying, not knowing that the place is already inhabited by demonic children - the offspring of addictions from a particular test subject Dr. Carter was using.The film was supposed to be in 3D, but of course it loses some of its luster in the 2D aspect, especially with the flies flying around, which was obviously supposed to be the 3D part of the film, but turns out looking downright silly.That being said, and knowing that I wasn't expecting much out of this flick, I found it to be rather enjoyable. Nothing noteworthy, but an enjoyable time overall. The acting was average, the story was average, but the sets I thought were amazing. I love old buildings and seeing how they did the different rooms and such was pretty impressive for such a small budget.

Phil H (us) wrote: Deranged killer man eating sheep, sheep?! there are only two countries in the world where you could imagine this being set, Wales or New Zealand. I will spare you the obligatory sheep shagging jokes despite the fact this film actually uses that crude old low brow country laugh for the backstory of one main character.So a dodgy sheep owner on a farm is carrying out dodgy genetic experiments on his sheep to turn them into carnivores. Naturally a couple of people steal a mutant lamb to try and expose this but they accidentally release it causing a mass infection of the sheep.So its pretty much any infectious zombie flick you can think of but replace dead humans with mutated sheep. Sounds insane and it is, but I guess animals of such vast numbers like sheep, cows, chickens, pigs etc...would be perfect for this type of genre. If you think about it they are the most unlikely creatures that humans would be worried about, so there would be the under estimation of danger along with their sheer numbers. This film is labelled as a horror comedy and has clearly been influenced by 'American Werewolf in London'. The sheep are like weresheep, their bite turns people into half sheep half human bipedal freaks that look like zombiefied monster sheep, plus the blood and gore is through the roof with some great hands on makeup effects. There is even a homage to the classic moment in 'American Werewolf' where David transforms and we see his face n body extending with cracking bones. This is pretty much copied here (mainly the face) and looks just as good I might add.Not your average horror and not really scary, more of a fun idea (possible homage) showcasing some great makeup effects and good use of some real flocks. What I'm waiting for now is the same thing again but for pigeons in London, seriously it could work.

Alexander W (de) wrote: Superfun as usual, although I like the earlier police stories better. The stunts are crazy, and the martial arts superb.

Jeff B (ag) wrote: The dangers of leading a life devoted to one thing without any regard for other people. It's stylish, but doesn't really seem to have much more to say than the average Spike Lee film. Basically, all of his movies kind of feel like they have the same plot.

Wes S (jp) wrote: Slow, boring plot, with dimwitted characters and cheesy effects. Pretty much a perfect 50's Sci-fi B-movie. It drags on for a bit, but the cheesiness is enough to make this film slightly enjoyable.

Jeremy A (ru) wrote: a most adorable japanese film.

Heri C (fr) wrote: Buena ocurrencia del sr. Jarmusch. Todavia me causa risa el segmento del sr. Begnini.

Ben T (us) wrote: Honestly had a really good time with this.

Alex G (de) wrote: Was very good for the first hour (with a memorable chase scene and ridiculous lines of dialogue) but then for the last half hour took a turn from being a comedy to a serious drama and wasn't enjoyable to see that turn.

Scott R (de) wrote: A sprawling epic that effectively uses its episodic structure. This film was one of the last "big movies," and with its cast, it may very well be the biggest. Peck, Stewart, Wayne. Need I say more?