In the heat of the night, a man from faraway plays the piano. In the local hillside prison, a bitter double-crossed convict stares at the city life over the roofs. A revenge is brewing in his mind; the blood-thirsty killer prepares his escape. Vares gets a client who needs private investigations. Despite the beautiful wife, Vares smells a rat... In the middle of the summer night, a shot rings out. One life comes to an end and Vares finds changes in his assignment. The clues lead him to first-hand encounters and second-hand bookshops; a visit to the gym reveals a drug-smuggling route from Stockholm... Vares finds himself entangled in hot money and cool silk. In the background slithers a cunning garter snake.
Harisha K (es) wrote: One of the poorly made movie ever made in movie industry in any language. Poor screenplay, poor acting, poor directing and in a nutshell waste of time for filmmakers and audience. I firmly believe that Sharkanado is much better than this movie. That probably should tell you about the movie. I skipped majority of the dialogue, because it felt like written by a computer program than a human. I seriously question my intuition for even gambling to watch the movie.
Fonda D (nl) wrote: I don't care what people or critics or even my friends say about this movie..But i found it incredibly silly & funny... It dares to be different..Atleast far better than most of Yashraj crap.
Mohammed A (kr) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Gretchen E (ca) wrote: kinda stupid, but pretty funny in relation to the song
Diganta B (jp) wrote: A simple story becomes so sweet and touchy beneath the great actings and music.
Jay B (au) wrote: A solid follow-up and just as entertaining.
Gabriel I (au) wrote: Were the Gods Astronauts? :-) We should have more movies like this one... I watched these one when i was a teenager... it changed a lot my points of view in many things... I recommend this to anyone with a inquisitive mind...
Greg W (ru) wrote: film version of the well known legend in this historical drama.
Greg W (gb) wrote: good prison/escape pic
Miedy B (au) wrote: What you see is what you get! Since it was made in 1927, so of course no fancy computer special effect. It was real flying with no green screen! The actors had to learn to fly airplanes and then they would have camera attached to their airplanes. It's a dangerous movies to make. The director was a former pilot and he had to choreographed every flying scenes carefully and the results were amazing! The battle scenes on the ground was also amazing and I'm sure it was so extremely difficult to choreograph everything and there were so many things happened at once! The movie was quite dark and risque for it's time and now it's one of the best silent movies I've ever seen. Not only that, it's now become one of my favorite movies of all time. This movie was the first one to win academy award.
Jason D (ru) wrote: Witchery (or Witchcraft, or about a hundred other titles it's been referred to) is the hilariously bad story of a group of people becoming trapped at an abandoned hotel resort on a deserted island where an evil witch haunts. The group in question is made up of two sub-groups; the first being a photographer (David Hasselhoff!!!) and his girlfriend (Leslie Cumming, beautiful tits but english so-bad, they gave her atrocious dubbing) secretly staying at the hotel to uncover the mysteries of the supposed haunting, while the second and bigger group consists of an older couple, their pregnant daughter (Linda Blair in a lifeless role with no titty showing), her kid (or brother or something, can't remember) and two horny realtors (one of which is David Hasselhoff's now ex-wife, Catherine Hickland). Once all of them come together under the same roof, the ghost witch (Hildegard Knef) starts killing them in hilariously gory fashion. Some of the kills are decent, but most are downright unintentionally funny (especially one in particular that has blood squirting out on the Hoff's face). Also, the acting is atrocious. The Hoff seems to be so lost and dumbfounded in this role, and why he took this, especially when he was hugely popular at the time with Knight Rider? Who knows? Be prepared for the funniest ending ever (involving Cumming's moronic character) as well!