Kaun Rokega Mujhe
- Stars:Billy Brown, Richard Burgi, Kelly Carlson, Cy Carter, Sandrine Holt, Ed Lauter, J.P. Manoux, Lawrence Monoson, Colleen Porch, Anders W. Berthelsen, Søren Pilmark, Nastja Arcel, Nicolas Bro, Lars Mikkelsen, Ulf Pilgaard, Charlotte Munck, Sadashiv Amrapurkar, Asrani, Beena Banerjee, Narendra Bedi, Prem Chopra, Govinda, Gulshan Grover, Shakti Kapoor, Kiran Kumar, Kunika, Nagma, Paintal, Chunky Pandey, Pran, Ranjeet,
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Joe W (br) wrote: I loved this movie the ending the effects I give it a 98% out of 100
Jonathan D (au) wrote: It's about what it says it's about - and the problem with this documentary is that, although it may cover every possible thing about Harper Lee and 'To Kill a Mockingbird' - there's only so much you can say.We learn about Lee's childhood and the people who inspired the characters in her book. We hear admirers discuss and justify the fact that she never wrote another book. And most of all we hear LOTS of people tell us how wonderful, daring, timely, and important the book was and always will be.The little fact that fascinated me most was the claim that she had submitted her manuscript around LOTS of places, got lots of rejection - but that the house that eventually published it... saw lots of problems in that draft. So evidently, she had a really good editor who over the course of two years helped her shape a series of vignettes into a cohesive story.If you love love love this book, you'll want to spend an hour and a half learning more about it. For me, this documentary lacked consequence.
Jose Alejandro S (de) wrote: Brillante Mendoza se da un gusto con el Gore en este film, La direccin es casi perfecta, la paradoja presente desde el inicio llama bastante la atencin es verdaderamente inteligente, ambientada en una ciudad muy desordenada, donde el crimen es cosa diaria y recuerda a Colombia, este film va desde la critica social hasta las problemticas morales y sentimentales humanas, pasando por el significado de la familia y la vida y muchas otras cosas... La larga agona de la victima del crimen y del protagonista, crean una tensn constante que sin dudas hace al film bastante ameno, as como las largas esperas lo pueden hacer tedioso por momentos, Coco Martin nuevamente hace una muy buena actuacin y Brillante Mendoza la mejor direccin de su fructfera carrera...
Abhilash S (mx) wrote: Far away in a distant town, there was once a young man named Aditya (Abhishek Bachchan), brought up by a foster family, Adita was unaware of his real identity and the destiny that awaited him. Ever since he was a child, a recurring nightmare haunted him. And when he woke up in fright, there was no one he could ever hold on to except for a magical Blue Cross petal that came wafting in the wind, never failing to make him smile through his tears. Somewhere far from here, an evil sorcerer, Riz Raizada (Kay Kay Menon), a descendant of the "asuras" (legendary demons) had become dangerously impatient, in his thirst for the precious secret. The secret, which was the missing link, in this grand plan of taking over the universe. To get to the secret, he'd have to defeat the Drona. And herein, lay his problem. He didn't know who or where the Drona was! One sudden day Aditya and Riz came face to face and Riz immediately recognized him as the Drona. Aditya's destiny had caught up with him and his life was about to take him on a journey he had never imagined. Aditya couldn't comprehend why Riz's men were hunting him down. Just when he was about to be captured, a cult that believed that The Drona was their Messiah came to his rescue. Sonia (Priyanka Chopra), the leader of the cult, revealed Aditya's real identify to him. Baffled, Aditya found it all too hard to believe. Having no time to lose, Sonia decided to take Aditya back to his place of birth, the ancient kingdom of Pratapgarh where his mother, Queen Jayanti Devi (Jaya Bachchan) would have all the answers to his questions. But before he could embrace his mother, Riz and his army of the darkest powers caught up with him. Aditya would now have to rise to the occasion and embrace his destiny. For the sake of mankind he would have to become the legendary warrior he was born to be. Drona. Thus began Drona's journey through myths and legends. Along with Sonia, he would fight the evil spells of the absolutely lethal Riz Raizada. By battling odds, he would discover skills that he never knew he had. This movie had high expectation, but after watching this movie, the viewers would think, why they were waiting for this movie! The movie boasts of some fine special effects, but does not story & performances means anything to the makers of the movie? The movie also boasts of some of the worst performances & direction ever in the history of Bollywood. The direction by Goldie Behl is very poor. The performances by Abhishek & Kay Kay, it just can be termed as "Horrible". Priyanka Chopra was fine. Unexpected. Too bad that the right word for this flick has not yet been made. One of the worst film of Bollywood ever. Tops the league of movies like Aag, Tashan, Love Story 2050. Drona is rather "rona" for Bollywood. Avoid it totally.
David P (nl) wrote: The best 4-wall movie I've ever seen. My eyes were glued to the screen as the man's story unfolded. An absolute must-see for any cinephile.
Yvonne M (kr) wrote: good watch;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
Amanda W (br) wrote: It had its moments (Brittany Murphy shines in her supporting role), but there were numerous flaws in its execution, mainly in the writing - the characterization, pacing, and tone lacked consistency, and just ultimately weren't conducive to the narrative. (I haven't read the book/memoir, so I don't know if it was just poorly written or poorly adapted.) It's perfectly fine to have imperfect protagonists, but this movie just left a bad taste in my mouth. It was disappointing, because I think it could have been a good movie - or at least a much better one.
Jenneh B (us) wrote: the pic is disturbin enough
Danish H (mx) wrote: love this movie just the best aamir and madhuri too good
Private U (au) wrote: Long lost Mario Bava robbery/hostage flick has finally seen a wide release on DVD through Anchor Bay's "Cult Fiction" series. Lots of unnerving moments. Paced to the point where you know something's going to be up at the end. Nice twist of events but hardly essential viewing.
Pekky M (ca) wrote: It is so groovy like anything done in the mid-1960' s, yet so ahead of its time at the same breath! I think about any movie about female friends rebelling owes a lot to this movie, from "Don't Deliver Us from Evil" to "Thelma & Louise"... Although a lot more surrealistic than both of them. Nihilists and feminists love to claim the film as their own, and they are not far off the mark, for this film has something for everyone, as long as they enjoy the extravagances of its avant-garde aestheticism, and the subtleties hidden beneath.
Josh R (jp) wrote: It's not a fantastic comedy by any means, but I laughed a decent number of times in Get Hard.Grade: B-