Kya Yahi Sach Hai
Corrupt police officers and politicians create obstacles and challenges for a new rookie.
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Michel N (br) wrote: This film is really intriguing:I mean till right before the last scene, you think it's an average movie,but once you see the ending, the film becomes really interesting and makes you think a lot!The cast is good.
Orlok W (de) wrote: Love means never having to say you're rotting--Inspired, touching character-based horror!!
Mallory A (es) wrote: wow. the chick doesn't get the guy in the end. refreshing. BUT THATS ABOUT IT.
Griffin J (gb) wrote: This is a pretty weak installment. First of all, I really am a big fan of the original mechagodzilla, so I don't like seeing him as a good guy constantly. This is a millennium film, so the plot once again is a reboot to the series rather than having any real canon outside of the very first film. The action scenes kinda bore me, and outside of one scene where MechaG loses control and goes haywire, the character is pretty dull this time around. Outside of looking cooler than the 90's version, there isn't much to say about him this time around. The final fight is ok, but this is a weak installment in the otherwise excellent millennium series.
Dorian G (au) wrote: Has high nostalgia value, but that's about it. I remember as a kid thinking this was a great movie, but now it's plain bad. Way too long, the jokes are overly simple, and characters too over the top. Don't bother, unless you also need to prove to yourself that you didn't have good taste when you were a child.Watched on Netflix with Sam at her house, November 19, 2016.
Charlie G (es) wrote: Not as good as the first one.
Shari L (us) wrote: A classic, I still love this movie.
Jaime R (ru) wrote: Even though I did give it five stars, there's no way I'd pick it for Best Picture.
Jason T (nl) wrote: A Clint Eastwood disappointment. The music is great with good performances but when the music isn't playing, the movie turns into a dull biopic. It's full of cliches and stake dialogue. Watch it for the music and skip the rest.
Carlos Z (jp) wrote: I enjoyed this flick about the times and trials of a HS grad to find himself in NYC with his divorcee mom, vain dad and self-indulgent sister
Arthur R (jp) wrote: Fitting and fascinating examination of a cultural icon. From humble beginnings to a multinational empire and the undeniable love for Tower Records, despite some pretty awful people working there. A relic of a time gone by, and its demise ultimately brought on by by some bad business decisions, this is still a captivating documentary of the recent past.