Dhill

Dhill

Dhil is the story about Kanagavel (Vikram) whose only dream is to become a police officer. He succeeds in passing the exams and wins a girlfriend (Laila). One night after having dinner at a restaurant near the beach Velu goes to pay the bill leaving Laila behind. At that moment a corrupt police officer Shankar (Ashish Vidyarti) drinks and urinates besides Laila. Irritated, she scolds him. He attempts to rape her but is beaten up by Velu severely and receives a scar on his face. Angered by this he seeks revenge against Velu.

Dhil is the story about Kanagavel (Vikram) whose only dream is to become a police officer. He succeeds in passing the exams and wins a girlfriend (Laila). One night after having dinner at a restaurant near the beach Velu goes to pay the bill leaving Laila behind. At that moment a corrupt police officer Shankar (Ashish Vidyarti) drinks and urinates besides Laila. Irritated, she scolds him. He attempts to rape her but is beaten up by Velu severely and receives a scar on his face. Angered by this he seeks revenge against Velu. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Stevens L (es) wrote: Good action movie. The mutants are pretty lame but Wu Jing's performance is entertaining as usual.

Diego H (kr) wrote: Beginners is a rare, witty and sentimental film which wanders through memory, nostalgy and life. This piece subtly shows its viewers how romance, parenthood, and childhood are rather a single sentimental experience, which ocassionally expresses itself through nostalgia, happiness, euphory and hopelessness.

Peter M (kr) wrote: Oh my god, the worst movie out is Mr Troop Mom or Mall Cop. Either way you put it this an unfunny, plotless, preduicatble pointless waste of film

Len M (ru) wrote: Saw the movie twice, each time it get's better

Junior A (it) wrote: Wow. What a terrible film.

Tj F (ca) wrote: Honest and compelling with some gritty down to earth humour.

David L (kr) wrote: The art direction is splendid, but that doesn't save this excrutiatingly boring film from being nothing more than a series of scenes of suffering and pain with no real sense and direction at all.

Muffin M (br) wrote: The Sarah Rose Princess America Pageant is a beauty contest to die for! And that is exactly what the contestants in Mount Rose, Minnesota are doing. Ever since the vivacious but vicious former beauty queen, Gladys Leeman (Kirstie Alley), has been pushing her charm-challenged daughter, Rebecca (Denise Richards) to win at all costs, the competition has been dropping like flies. Between exploding tractors and deadly hunting accidents, it's a wonder the top challenger, poor Amber Atkins (Kirsten Dunst) has the courage to keep her tap shoes on. But after Amber's mother, (Ellen Barkin) is injured in a suspicious trailer-park-beauty-shop bombing, Amber is determined to fight to the finish - and the battle between the good and the bad - is about to get ugly! also stars Allison Janney, Brittany Murphy, Sam McMurray, Tara Redepenning and Amy Adams.directed by Michael Patrick Jann.

Karissa (mx) wrote: i love this movie. it has sumthing to say about all the perverts out there in the world. go movies!!!!!!

Stuart R (au) wrote: Spaghetti western icons Franco Nero & Tomas Milian team up in this comedy-western about a Swedish arms dealer and a Mexican radical who set out to rescue a revolutionary from north of the border. Jack Palance puts in a ludicrous performance as a pot-smoking Irish gunslinger with a wooden hand and a pet falcon. Supremely entertaining with yet another odd but enchanting score by Ennio Morricone.

Paul J (gb) wrote: Quintessential Italian neo-realism. Visconti got his hands dirty by focusing his camera on average fishermen. The drama is beautifully moving. It unfolds amidst the everyday lives that seemingly pass by the camera in an almost documentary fashion. This is one of the benchmark Italian movies.

Justin B (ru) wrote: I was terribly bored by this movie. If you want an actual scary, decent found footage Bigfoot film, go with "Exists," instead.