Dr.Arun lives with his brother, Madhu; dad Judge Ramkrishan; and mom Kamla in a palatial house. He decides to help the poor and the needy and in order to do this he re-locates to a small ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dr.Arun lives with his brother, Madhu; dad Judge Ramkrishan; and mom Kamla in a palatial house. He decides to help the poor and the needy and in order to do this he re-locates to a small ...
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Sean M (fr) wrote: C c. Cc c c c cc mc,c,Aaaa?
Patricia S (es) wrote: The surprise effect was gone after the first movie, still there were moments which just stumped you and left you with an open mouth. It was cool to see the well known and loved characters race around again. ;)
Shruthi M (br) wrote: my all time fav movie......
Alonso H (br) wrote: Me parece la mejor pelcula de Batman. A m parecer, Val Kilmer es el que mejor ha interpretado a Wayne de todos los actores, adems los villanos como Dos Caras y El Acertijo me parecen bastante amenos, destacando la introduccin de Robin. Tal vez las escenas recortadas le hubieran dado ms valoracin, pero para m siempre ser la mejor. Lo mejor de Schumacher en s :)
Jason K (ag) wrote: Solid movie/cast that holds up through the years. Really bold DP choices that kinda turn me on in a neon color kinda way.
Terri H (es) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.
PieterJan V (ru) wrote: Unusual and fun movie!
Daniel D (fr) wrote: I think this film is slightly better than The Silence from the faith trilogy, but I compare it to films like Cries & Whispers or Wild Strawberries, and the emotional impact of the film doesn't even compare. The situation is obviously tragic, but as far as character empathy to most I felt was pity towards the father. The acting was overall decent except for Lars Passgard who wasn't all too convincing and had an annoying whiny character. The cinematography is stunning, and it's masterfully directed but it left craving a more powerful Bergman, might just finish the trilogy off tonight with Winter Light
Scott C (de) wrote: John Woo's first American film. A bit of a step down for Woo, but this film definitely had a certain visual flare. Also, Jean-Claude Van Damme is fun to watch as usual.