Five friends meet a mystic in a forest who grants their wish — a newspaper from the future. They decide to get rich by using their knowledge of the future. They focus their efforts on Peter, a carefree youth from Royapuram, who is predicted by the newspaper to win a boxing match and present the prize money of Rs. 2 crores to the five friends. However, they are perplexed when they discover that Peter has absolutely no knowledge of boxing.
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Maan Karate torrent reviews
(es) wrote: So bad it's good. Awful editing and writing. The special effects range from awful to pretty cool. The cinematography is awful except for a couple shots of scenery. And the acting is awful except for a couple actors who fill their performances with ham and cheese - they seem to have known what kind of film they were in. It give it a 1 instead of half a star because of how entertaining its badness is, although it's no The Room or Troll 2.
(ca) wrote: Jackie Chan is one of my fav actors all time and thats mainly for the superb martial art / stunt dude he really is aswell being a funny and talent actor. This movie is not one his ordinary type of roles and this time its more of a excellent drama / crime movie instead. No fancy kung fu scenes here but more of a great story and brilliant performances. Jackie plays a chinese immigrant "Steelhead" in Japan in the beginning of the 90's. He and his friends must survive the hard life there.. Jackie really shows he can master roles like this aswell and this is a must see flick if you are a Jackie fan despite being a "none martial art flick" There are some good crime scenes with pretty much violence so you will probably be satisfied in the end.
(es) wrote: Freaky Friday has aged almost shockingly well, delivering quite a bit of charm, sharp humor, and a great performance from Jamie Lee Curtis, who still possesses the same comedic edge that made her great in A Fish Called Wanda.
(mx) wrote: This is a fairly interesting cop movie that has some departures from the usual cop movie proceedings. Joe Mantegna stars as a Jewish homicide detective who stumbles upon a case involving the murder of an old Jewish woman, and begins to wonder if there isn't some larger conspiracy behind her death. This movie does have the sort of dialogue Davd Mamet is known for - quick, mean, lots of curse words, cynical - and yet it failed to have its full impact for me. For some reason, just about all the actors in the film, even Mantegna and William H. Macy, seemed to me to be delivering their lines at a notch or two lower intensity than they should have been. For example, some of the stuff the main character's superior officer says to him sounds like something you would say when very angry, but the officer doesn't actually sound that angry. He just sounds vaguely annoyed. It's like the whole cast was turned down to 8 or 9 when they should have gone up to 11. The story does go in some unexpected directions, but I feel like the two main plot threads don't really connect meaningfully. Mamet's direction is solid, and the cinematography is fine. The movie does fade to black often enough to bother me. It's interesting for fans of the genre or David Mamet, but not Mamet's best work by any means.
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(de) wrote: Eh, it has nice moments. Bad acting by cameos. It did make me want to quit my job and hit the road.
(mx) wrote: Yes, it's awful, but have to laugh. Definitely not a sentimental Xmas movie.
(es) wrote: It has its funny moments. A bit varied acting from Galifianakis, a normal quite funny Ferrell. Overall an ok selection for the night.