Venu is an orphan and a contractor at Vizag port. Anu is a student in classical singing. Sruthi is Anu's friend. Anu makes an attempt to elope with her boyfriend Arun. Arun is the son of a Business tycoon JP. JP sends police across to nab Anu. As police nab Arun, Venu rescues Anu.
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(jp) wrote: Not memorable but enjoyed it.
(gb) wrote: A film that acts exactly like viewing a painting. It invites you sit with the image and allow its meaning and story to slowly reveal itself in a very warm, personal (and lovely) way.
(es) wrote: all elements of a good movie were combined in this masterpiece the songs, the trans between Serbia & Marseilles, actors choice, the potion of Action, Sex, Blood everything in this movie express about a good director who run that with a good well-controlled eye I hope to repeat that again
(jp) wrote: What the fuh? Wow what a weird twisty turny movie..
(kr) wrote: no thanks not my kinda thing
(it) wrote: Oh man, this movie rocks!
(jp) wrote: I love William Castle, but I don't think I'm being biased here. Mr. Sardonicus is a great movie! Well acted, interesting story, and a memorable character. Not just anyone can show (act) emotion with their face covered by a mask and Guy Rolfe does so with grace. (The actor whom I give top honors to is Hugo Weaving in his portrayal of V.) Mr. Sardonicus is one of Castle's best!
(ca) wrote: Hepburn is beautiful but the movie is awful. Anthony Perkins is totally miscast. The acting is really stilted, including some of Hepburn's scenes. The story stinks. Bad movie.
(ca) wrote: A pure 80s slice of horror...!
(mx) wrote: For awhile the Bond films used the same old plot, villain archeotype, and tone. But I found For Your Eyes Only to break that streak of tongue and cheek Bond films to virtually follow the same old story to get where they wanted to go. There are still quite a few tongue and cheek moments, especially with the out of place Bibi character, but I think the stakes are higher as are the quality of the action sequences. It's not my favorite of the bunch either, but I found it to be a nice change up for the franchise.I think by far the best asset this film has is its unpredictability. It had a knack for keeping characters around just enough for us to care and short enough to where we don't grow tired of them. Which is why when some of them die, you feel the weight of their death. On the other hand, sometimes the story itself becomes full of itself. The villains and there motivations become convoluted and discombobulated. It may be the first complex Bond film of the series. But people aren't watching for the complex plot and characters, they want to see Bond in action. The action is great although I think they once again rehashed chase scenes and settings. I don't know what it is about this series, but they love filming underwater action, and ski chases. We got similar chases in On Her Majesty's Secret Service and The Spy Who Loved Me a few years before. The underwater setting has been used just as much. As exumbernat as the action and settings are, the characters are far less flashy and filled with much more mystery. The lead villains don't have an island, or an underwater city, or a secret nuclear factory, but they are just as maniacal. Speaking of maniacal, I really enjoyed the opening sequence with Bond presumably killing Blofeld once and for all. It was good to see another whole film not be centered around him. Plus, this film also has a few Game of Thrones links with Julian Glover's Kristatos and a subtle nod to Diana Rigg's Teresa from an earlier Bond film. Always have to link it back to Westeros.+Darker Bond with more stakes+But still has some tongue and cheek humor+Opening+Complex and less flashy-Rehashed action settings7.3/10