Dorababu (Srikanth) is a filthy rich guy who spends his entire time enjoying with his friends in his village. Dorababu tried to lure Swapna (Vidisha), who is a well educated and comes to village to see her grandfather (Ranganath). In this process, Swapna falls for Srikanth and make him understand her love for him. Though Swapna's grandfather is reluctant to agree for the marriage, later on he gives nod for the marriage. All of a sudden everyone comes to know that Dorababu is going to die and this surprises everyone. What is the secret beyond Dorababu ? How is Dorababu related to Sri Krishna Devaraya? All these incidents form the rest of the story

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Susie L (mx) wrote: Scottish film seems to be trying to prove itself with this one. 'Scottish version of This is England' is commonly used to portray this film, but I disagree, while its set some years earlier and the skin head generation is not quite at its peak yet. Although, everyone is still knocking about in Doc Martins and rolled jeans, which is slightly early for its time. The film starts with a chubby swotty lad named John whose first place in his primary seven class. After being threatened by an older boy from the boys high school, he seeks help from his older brother Benny to sort it out for him. Benny plays the generic hard man big brother whose gone off the rails, we've seen it all before. John is put into a low ability class and he's furious. As time goes on things spiral out of control and John starts to become a violent, nasty piece of work. I think you're suppose to feel sorry for Johns character and some points, but once you watch the film and see his behaviour to other characters, you begin to dislike him. You feel sorry for Johns little sister and Mother, but not enough. The director has failed to show the true emotional damage that would occur to a family in that particularly violent environment.NEDS is overall filmed well, and I personally enjoyed it but it could have been so much better. There wasn't a lot of fancy, up to date film work, just standard cinematography. This film could have done with a little bit of TLC, even on a low budget, creativity costs nothing.

Jason R (ru) wrote: No idea what this is all about. Forget this -- I'll go see the Zac Effron movie.

Laura S (fr) wrote: The trailer's looked gd

Daniel G (br) wrote: soooo, boring. Bad acting, no nudity to keep it a float. Just 2 gay guys supposedly in love going back and forth. The worst is Dan Bucatinsky who is a bad actor just complaining the whole film about why he can't have his fairy tale.

Mike B (nl) wrote: A pastiche of New Age cliches stand in for plot.

Adam R (ca) wrote: (First and only full viewing - In my early twenties)

Florence L (it) wrote: pretty pointless but it is a feel-good film, so it makes sense. starts out very funny but the ending is a pain to watch. don't like the ending at all.

David B (nl) wrote: Sharon Stone is naked in this movie quite alot and she looks good.

Steve S (nl) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***

PY C (de) wrote: Such a beautiful movie where it's literally love vs. love. The Father is really admirable and I could learn so much from him on how he handles himself in desperate times.

Bill B (es) wrote: This is one of those first Gialli that I ever had a chance to check out, way back when Netfux still had a decent selection of rental titles instead of forcing everything on us as a streaming service, and I have to say that it holds up well on the revisit.Worth a look.

Hannah D (ru) wrote: why sean astin, whhhhy?

Chris J (ru) wrote: Great story, lovely filmography, but it lacked a cinematic feel. Very amateurish, but enjoyable.

Alexander C (ru) wrote: Looks interesting will try to find and watch!