Slightly demented English gangster steals an Irish Pub in order to set up his ultimate score. Problems arise when the rightful owners of the pub put up more of a fight than he bargains for. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Slightly demented English gangster steals an Irish Pub in order to set up his ultimate score. Problems arise when the rightful owners of the pub put up more of a fight than he bargains for.
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Lora R (kr) wrote: The movie is entertaining, but definitely overrated. The reason for that is because the story might be somewhat different than the usual cliche Tamil movies, but it isn't that original nor intelligent. It tries to be intelligent and cunning, but scenes such as how the villain could know where the "guys in suits" could come from, make no sense unless the villain is clairvoyant. Don't business men etc. wear suits in India or what? Another silly thing was the way the hero decodes the dotted map. It was unrealistic.The cast was good. Vijay performed well and I loved Vidyut. Kajal's role was a typical romance role, which could have been excluded from the movie. They could have used that time to create more depth to the story. The ending was typical; a stand off between the hero and the villain and you just know the hero will have superpowers and kick the villains ass.Predictable, typical Tamil action movie love story, typical Tamil movie fights...nonetheless entertaining, but don't have high hopes.
Christian S (ru) wrote: A very poorly construct film with strange visions and apparitions that seem to come straight out of a bad 90's movie. Overall, it was just a pathetic attempt at film making with flat/ boring performances, ridiculous characters, and talent-less directing. Quite frankly, an immense waste of my time, and I hardly do anything as it is.
Jo A (kr) wrote: This movie touched my heart in that we all have that dysfunctional relationship with the one person we love the most. Watching the sibling try to manage whats left of their mother's life is moving and touching as they also try to reconcile their own lives, Loved Karmine Alers singing at dinner, it gave me goose bumps.
Justin L (nl) wrote: I wish there were more movies like this. Original, clever, new, outside of the mould.
Matthew H (au) wrote: Martin Lawrence stars in this dim-witted, run-of-the mill, family friendly comedy that is weak and unfunny. Do not see this movie; let it fall into the 99 cents DVD bins at Kmart.
Cory K (ag) wrote: Beautiful, meaningful, one of Kiyoshi Kurosawa's finest.
Lee K (kr) wrote: Tear jerker for sure and a good storyline and acting.
Geoff J (us) wrote: Where's my can of raid??
Nate T (au) wrote: If for nothing else I LOVE the soundtrack and Mel Gibson (in this)! Should be on Blu-ray!
Jeff B (ca) wrote: Miss Marozsan was dazzling, and Krol and Dionisi likeable, but the story just didn't have enough juice to make it more than passingly interesting. Does killing an 80-year-old man who had 50 years to enjoy the fruits of his ill-gotten gains satisfy the vengeance quota? I think not.
Michael M (nl) wrote: This movie has one major problem that simply cannot be ignored, and that is the shocking lack of a scarecrow. It's implied to be a scarecrow throughout, but you don't get a good look at him until the final seconds of the film. I'm all for ambiguity and dread, but I watched this movie to see some scary scarecrow action, not Hitchcockian suspense. To be fair, the suspense does work really well and there is a great sense of mystery and dread throughout, that's just not why I watched movie. The story is more thought out than expected, if not oddly grim with its Of Mice and Men style opening. Overall, not a bad horror movie, just maybe not what I wanted it to be.
Jackson H (nl) wrote: If it wasn't for those dance moves and music it would have been terrible
Jayakrishnan R (es) wrote: 81%Saw this on 24/5/16Its far too intelligent that what you expect it to be. Yul Brynner gives a nuanced performance as the robot. The film is fascinating for the most part until it reduced its third act to a one long chase sequence.
Kevin M W (ru) wrote: Robert Altman's film about wartime Korea actually has very little to do with Korea and everything to do with the counterculture revolution, circa 1968 or so, going on in the good old U.S. of A. So its the squares against the hippies more or less, with the backdrop being the blood and guts of that nigh forgotten "police action" (that mainly presaged our other police actions all across the globe). Practically the best thing about this film is how, while capturing the zeitgeist of the times, the swing of the societal pendulum towards liberalism, it also predicted the fall of that same as well because none of the "cool" and "smart" guys actually have anything better to offer in terms of an answer to societal woes.
Rainer K (nl) wrote: For me Richard Attenborough is Santa Claus (as in the remake of Miracle of 34th Street) so feel my doubts about him being Pinkie Brown whom I already know from the 2011 remake of this very film. And although I must admit Sam Riley's version of this great character appealed more to me - Attenborough played him also very well. He is menacing and callous but also handsome and charming enough to make a young girl fall for him. This young girl is Rose, a waitress who happens to gets mixed up with Pinkie when she's a kind of witness to one of his murders. The story fascinated me even more when I saw it the second time and the original is surely not as rushed and disconnected as the remake. The plot is compelling and Pinkie's mind games with the naive Rose are gruesome and you hope for her that she quits him eventually while you're still rooting for Pinkie to get away with his crimes. This is British noir at its best, at least as good as the better known The Third Man if not better.
Four Star F (gb) wrote: This is some light fare featuring the ever comically gifted Cary Grant as well as a slightly older Shirley Temple and the often delightful Myrna Loy. Not the best but there is some entertainment value created by this funny pairing.