Serbian crime drama focusing on Belgrade's violent criminal underworld. Obituary For Escobar distinguishes itself from other recent crime dramas with its strong visual style and energetic approach. Borko was a young effeminate boy bullied at school by the self-styled 'Ghandi'. Years on, Ghandi is now a warlord, wrecking mayhem in pursuit of his ambition to become the leading drug lord in the Balkans. His execution of the rival 'Serbian Escobar' coincides with the mysterious placement of an obituary for the real Escobar by two stoners. In Ghandi's pursuit of the assailants he meets Lela, a stunning mystery woman who leads Ghandi to reconsider both "Borko" and his life in crime.
A comic look at Serbian criminal milieu, shown as a bunch of rude and primitive members deeply involved in organized crime which have its roots in their school days' friendship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Troy K (de) wrote: 3/5 A fun movie until it get's dead serious and confusing at the end. Well, the subtitles were pretty bad too so that might have been some of the problem. Still a good movie.
Damien D (gb) wrote: Total non-sense. This is not a sci-fi movie, but rather a supernatural movie. The end is obvious and you boringly wait for it for half of the movie. Many huge inconsistencies. Lost my time.
Vishal V (au) wrote: next face of Bollywood......... Anurag did a gr8 job
Matt T (ca) wrote: Ok, so albeit the amateur film making and corny lines, Queen Sized actually pulls a rather impacting and enjoyable performance competing with other high school movies.
James C (fr) wrote: Excellent if a bit Infuriating look at Native American life, and the events leading up to the massacre at wounded knee.
Christy M (br) wrote: I have never seen a film with such a decopage of trite sci-fi/horror cliches. Great! You must turn the sound down, though, to prevent loss of IQ points. :)
Donald L (es) wrote: Gerard Butler was the only shining point of this film, and that was not enough.
Davey M (kr) wrote: Dang moving and so funny. Kitano is amazing.
Roberto B (br) wrote: Titolo italiano: La polveriera
Lucy M (br) wrote: My first french film, must have watched it in 95. Re-watched it again last week and still love it, now possibly more.
Andrea M (ag) wrote: I don't know what took me so long to see this movie, but I thought the story was far better than some of the live action re-tellings of the Dark Knight. Yes, this was in theaters and it needed (needs) more attention. If you are a true Batman fan, give it a watch. Also I'm happy that I share a name with a main character in this one. As great as that is.
Silvana S (mx) wrote: I love this classice romantic comedy by the great, late John Hughes.
John O (fr) wrote: I could perhaps see how some may be entranced by the eccentric residents of Vernon, Florida but these kind of people in my eyes are a dime a dozen and their stories rarely border on intriguing. True there are strange stories all around us but the dry presentation of this early Morris film comes off as far too mundane and slow.
Jessica R (fr) wrote: Cheesy and great. Brings back great childhood memories.
Faisal A (au) wrote: A wretched mess of an action film pulled even further down by a leaden lead performance from Twilight heartthrob Kellan Lutz who doesn't have half the charisma required to hold together this jumble of cheesy shootouts and chases.Mickey Rourke provides some unintended laughs with his comical attempts to be evil but it's all in a lost cause.
Ahmad J (ag) wrote: Masterpiece of a movie with an incredible story and magnificent sceneries! The critics most have been on crack when they saw it cause this film is the farthest thing from rotten!
Sandra M (mx) wrote: Typical Hugh Grant romantic-comedy. A great cast, clever writing, thoroughly enjoyable.
Cattera Y (es) wrote: We're the Millersanother amusing 'series of fortunate event'