Milan Paul and Sreeramakrishnan are best friends who have been together since college. The intensity of their friendship has not faded though the carefree days of college have long past gone. Now Sree is an ASP (Assistant Superintendent of Police) of Kottayam and Milan is a renowned reporter in the same city. Though in different fields both are in highly responsible jobs. In effect, both of them use their friendship to fulfill their respective social responsibilities.
- Stars:Ananya, Piaa Bajpai, Salim Kumar, Mithra Kurian, Biju Menon, Mukesh, Sandhya, M. Sasikumar, Siddique, Prithviraj Sukumaran,
- Director:Johny Antony,
- Writer:Jinu Abraham
A young police officer investigating a series of seemingly unrelated murders thinks that there is more than what meets the eye. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(nl) wrote: Ouch, really... Ouch. Low budget, I get that. Can't afford awesome actors, I get that. More than likely the actors were all friends in college, I get that. BUT WHO THE FUCK WRITES THIS PIECE OF SHIT. Oh my yeezus. The only reason this gets one star is because the villians character design is BAD ASS. It's a shame The Blood Widow had to be in such a shitty movie because she really could have been a fresh new face in horror.
(ag) wrote: Review will be written when/if re-watched (Probability: Low).First viewing: 18.02.1997
(ca) wrote: I am a huge Stallone fan and I love how his career has picked back up again, but I was disappointed in this one. I'm not saying it's awful, but it definitely could have been better. Sly still has the chops to carry a film, but this one was in need of a decent script. This film is without a doubt for Stallone fans only.
(ca) wrote: The gory goodness and crazy action in the last half-hour more than makes up for the rest of the film. Another wacko performance from Stormare.
(au) wrote: Extremement drole et surrealiste. Une realisation un peu amatrice, mais avec des acteurs assez grandioses...
(ag) wrote: Enjoyed all of Pierce Brosnans appearances as Bond. I grew up with all these in the 90s n early 00s. Good times. I remember having the game of this for Christmas on PlayStation 1.
(mx) wrote: Wonderfully witty and entertaining sword fighting French classic.
(kr) wrote: The only way this movie could be more 80s, is when all the halloween costumes were from charactors from the 80s
(au) wrote: First serious drama film by Allen and it's pretty good.
(nl) wrote: One of Anthony Mann's last and great film noir pieces that seems to borrow quite a bit from Naked City. Mann's direction overshadows the just there performances by Farley Granger, Cathy O'Donnell and the rest of the cast. Mann sets up some spectacular shots of late 40s New York City. The uneven and bouncy script start to take away from Side Street until that final brilliant car chase (which ultimately won me over) goes down. Great opening titles too.
(br) wrote: On occasion I head on over to TCM to see what's on and I walk right into great film that I haven't seen before. This time, I came across Riffraff a little film noir gem that I had never even heard of. The plot of Riffraff is pretty simple. Two men get on a plane headed for Panama. One of the men has a map to some oil locations in Peru. When the plane lands one of the men is missing along with the map. All kinds of seedy characters want the map. So they all seek out the help of Dan Hammer, (could there be a more perfect name for a noir anti-hero?) the local private eye/man about town. Apparently this movie is pretty well known for its opening sequence that involves 6 minutes with dialogue but what sets this film apart is that it has some great acting and some dialogue that you just won't see in movies today. Pat O'Brien is great in lead role. He doesn't really look like the classic tough guy but his performance is definitely a highlight. Walter Slezak does a decent job trying to imitate Sydney Greenstreet and Percy Kilbride is great as the comic relief/older buddy. I was unfamiliar with Anne Jefferys who plays the femme fatale in this one but she really impressed me. My only complaint is that the missing map is hidden in a location that is painfully obvious and it requires a little bit of a suspension of disbelief in order to accept that the characters don't see the map when it is right in front of their faces. Riffraff is definitely not one of the bigger budget noir's of its time but it's a great little B movie and well worth the a watch. Unfortunately, after I watched this I did a little digging around and I couldn't find a DVD release for the movie. I found it on VHS on Amazon but I don't know a single person that still has a VCR. Hopefully someone will release this on DVD soon.
(fr) wrote: this movie was not good
(kr) wrote: Not sparkling. Very run of the mill.
(ru) wrote: Beautifully made...Brando is revealed as a flawed, damaged individual who grew into self-awareness and political action after the early years of his career as self-involved "it boy".