Hijack is an action thriller. The film revolves around Vikram Madan (Shiney Ahuja) who is a ground maintenance officer at the Chandigarh airport. His social life is limited to one friend, Rajeev, who is the Security Chief of the same airport. As luck would have it, the flight in which Vikram’s daughter was traveling to Amritsar from Delhi, is hijacked.
- Stars:Shiney Ahuja, Mona Ambegaonkar, Ishita Chauhan, Mukesh Chhabra, Ujjwal Chopra, Esha Deol, Ashwin Dhar, Bomie E. Dotiwala, Mariah Gantois, Sunil Godse, Shruti Gupta, Harman, Kaveri Jha, Mushtaq Kak, Bikramjeet Kanwarpal,
- Director:Kunal Shivdasani,
- Writer:Gavendra Agarwal (story, screenplay, dialogue), Kumaar (lyrics), Kunal Shivdasani (story and screenplay)
After the passing away of his wife, Pooja, Delhi-based Vikram Madan, enrolls his daughter, Priya, in a boarding school in Amritsar, and re-locates to work as a Mechanic at Chandigarh ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: Yes, it's unrealistic, but for any fan of football, it's still a great watch. Costner is in his wheelhouse in a sports movie and you can tell he's having fun. A great supporting cast of stars makes it fun to see who'll turn up next.
(es) wrote: Having some free time to spend, I decided to get Ong Bak 3 a heavy re-watch, since the first time I watched it, I yawned so much I got sleep during the movie's third act. But who can blame me? Who can blame anyone that got bored or annoyed watching this lackluster Thai action movie? Let's do a quick recap on the previous two movies: The first Ong Bak didn't have the best story ever, but the action scenes where the movie's big highlight, relying on hidden trampolines and camera techniques to make them happen, no computers or wire work, pure physical effects. That glued the movie together all the way; every single action scene had something new or more impressive to show. The second movie was different, taking place way before the first movie. It was darker and gorier, but just as entertaining, even if it wasn't as good: the story wasn't told well and the ending was too much show and little satisfaction. It was good nevertheless, and very watchable. With that said, let's dive into the big diarrhea sea that is Ong Bak 3. The story, much like the first movie, is thin, but they have the balls to give it an inconsistent rhythm and pacing, with too much and yet nothing happening. There's no real character; either hero or villain, it doesn't matter; it goes without glory or attention. The movie makes the first use in the decaying trilogy of computers and wires, which disappoint a lot and the computer effects, are awful. That's degrading the saga guys...sad. The action scenes, while well-choreographed and entertaining (plus, fun) they felt empty without any character to care who's fighting who. Movies like Michael Bay's Transformers films, even those at least "establish" a character (even if it goes undeveloped) before having him fight something. Here, there's none of that, so we're just watching two figures punching each other, without really caring who wins or lose; all we can care about is getting the fuck off wherever we're watching this. The first two movies leaved something in me, this one only gave me dreams, cause I could barely stand the movie's pacing, lack of energy and character, boring me. If you haven't watch this, well, it goes without saying that you shouldn't. Instead enjoy the enjoyable action fests that are the first and second movies. At least those two should provide some good memories of bone-breaking. Ong Bak 3 it's just deplorable and despicable...me.
(nl) wrote: Quite an amusing film and an entertaining way to spend 90 minutes, although as 3rd in the series not really as funny as the original Meet the Parents or Meet the Fockers.
(es) wrote: The Dark Night stars Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, and Aaron Eckhart, and is a continuation in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy. This is hands down, the best superhero film ever made! It hit every single right note, but still managed to be a crime drama, which is what this movie really was. This is a crime drama mainly because of the psychological perspective of it. This is best displayed from the Joker (Heath Ledger) who is one of the best villains ever. He is the character that is a true stand-out and the best portrayal of the clown-like figure in the all the movies. There is really not much else to say other than this is a great film.Over all, this is the best superhero movie ever made. It was ever so close to perfect. No flaws whatsoever. 5/5
(it) wrote: Drama and action on, in and below water. Based on a real story, yet dramatized heavily. Decent afternoon entertainment.
(kr) wrote: I'm just mad Billy Kane didn't get more to do in this movie... and they tease you with Geese... other than that, great Fighting game adaptation... I love the Fatal Fury/KOF series, but Street Fighter is better...
(ru) wrote: SUSPENSO Y SORPRENDENTE