A time-traveling story involving a missing archaeologist's daughter who goes in search of the missing 'Chola' tribe with her helper (Karthi Sivakumar). They discover more than they ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Girlie A (de) wrote: Love is an indescribable feeling you get when you see someone you know who would do anything for you, you see someone with a life growing inside of them a life you hope you create, living with someone day after day, waking up with someone with their bad breath and you just look at her and you said God she's beautiful! Dylan I've given you all the reason not to love me, but there's only one reason ILOVEYOU! - Mike
Steve W (gb) wrote: If you are trying to make a campy movie it would help to at least understand the definition of 'camp'. This horrible experience was nothing more that fat jokes, sex joke, dumb Nazis & inept Partisans, and typical homosexual stereotyping lines and scenes. The conflict errors are so numerous in this film that it just screams to the viewer "we didn't even try".The only reason I finished this disaster was I was recovering from surgery and had exhausted all other videos. The operation was less painful.
Eric F (es) wrote: An extraordinarily refreshing and unique documentary.Yu's parallel storytelling is fascinating and very well put together - never once does the film feel disjointed or have scenes that feel out of place. The talking heads all provided extraordinary stories... my favorite was the martial arts fanatic, who just exuded so much charisma and enthusiasm into retelling his life story that it was absolutely thrilling to watch everything he had to say.Using puppets, Yu explores the connection between current life and the typical Euripidean dramatic structure and exposes stunning similarities. We see the same theme of self-mastery and obsession interwoven between the stories of puppets and talking heads, and it's an absolutely enthralling study of the human condition.Although the method Yu went about to do this film may seem a bit gimmicky on the surface, everything works well together and the composition is seamless. This was such a bold film, and I think it certainly was quite an accomplishment.This was a wonderfully fresh and unique idea for a documentary - and it certainly brings new life into the genre. Instead of sticking to one event, Protagonist shows that a documentary can be absolutely limitless in content with the right mind behind it.
Dylan D (us) wrote: I found High School Musical 2 to be nothing more than a souped up after school special. It offers one-dimensional characters, a wholly predictable story line with a tired message and, for me anyway, a completely unappealing approach to the Musical genre. I knew little about the plot or popularity of this movie and its predecessor coming in, and I still fail to see the attraction. I've seen far better and far worse from both Disney and others. On the whole, this is a decent production but the massive appeal simply escapes me. I wish I "got it" for the purpose of this review, but I don't.
TeeJay P (br) wrote: I like it!The wife is in tears at the polar bear dying.
Nick F (nl) wrote: Far from Neil Gaiman's best, but not bad, either.
Jarryd R (mx) wrote: kool as i might wanna see lol of course i wanna see it
Chris S (br) wrote: An Entertaining and gripping thriller that should have gotten more of a wider release and better reputation. Christian Slater is still the ultimate badass, better than Tom Cruise. Worth checking out.
Shayam F (kr) wrote: This is a very harrowing story. The topicis a grim one, involving a early death. The story is simple: a family is torn apart when they discover their young son has contracted AIDS and will die. Instead of greiving they prepare for the inevitable and spend their last months with their little boy. The acting was great, Linda Hamilton and Richard Thomas were great as the parents, but the star of the film is Joshua Harris. I could not be moved more.
Mohammed A (ru) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Eytan D (nl) wrote: "Poltergeist" is the perfect haunted house movie that everyone tries and rarely succeeds to capture the essence of (excluding the awesome "Insidious" and "The Conjuring"). "Poltergeist II: The Other Side", of course, was an inevitable sequel, but that's not to say the movie is entirely bad. Despite an ending that's far too sweet (the first film's last act will have you shuddering), a severe continuity error (the lack of a significant family member is part of the film's reputedly sad curse), and the filmmakers' unnecessary need to motivate the ghosts, "Poltergeist II" has its merits: a still likeable family (JoBeth Williams, Craig T. Nelson and Heather O'Rourke are still perfect), the wonderful return of Zelda Rubinstein as Tangina, Julian Beck's unsettling portrayal of a dead reverend, Jerry Goldsmith's still-strong music, great special effects, and some decent creep-out moments here and there.
Joshua B (us) wrote: A decent follow-up to the bringer of a new genre.