Oohalu Gusagusalade

Oohalu Gusagusalade

Oohalu Gusagusalade (English: Dreams Whispered) is a 2014 Telugu Romantic comedy written and directed by Telugu actor Srinivas Avasarala marking his debut as a director. The film, produced by Sai Korrapati and Rajani Korrapati on Vaaraahi Chalana Chitram banner, featured Naga Shourya, Rashi Khanna and Srinivas Avasarala himself playing the lead roles. The film was an adaptation of a 19th century French play named Cyrano de Bergerac and revolves around a young and selfish girl Prabhavati and two men Venky and Uday who love her.

N. Venkateswara Rao a.k.a. Venky (Naga Shourya) works in UB TV and his aspiration is to become a news reader just like his father N. Bhanu Murthy who discontinued his work as a news reader ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Stephen C (gb) wrote: Terence Davies pays homage to his beloved home town of Liverpool and if your expecting the Fab Four and Football then look elsewhere Davies never really GOT the Beatles and his waspish comments on them are rather funny even though i am a Beatles fan. Davies instead concentrates of the Liverpool of his youth ,focusing on his love for Cinema and harking back to great days out and a world which was lost by the ugly concrete developments of the 60s Davies is extremley bitter towards this loss of community and the footage of Liverpools collaspse into heroin and no go areas of the 70s and Early 80s is more heartbreaking when you see what that replaced. Davies Narrates with a cynical yet loving eye and he is hopeful towards the end of the film as he sees Liverpool rise again from the ashes. Not for everyones taste but the use of old footage combined with music makes for a masterpiece from this countrys greatest directors .

Kenneth B (fr) wrote: This would almost qualify as a guilty pleasure. Although some of the satire isn't exactly subtle it still has its moments. Coupled with a pleasant enough rom-com set up and decent turns from Rudd and Pfeiffer I've certainly seen worse.

Lenard K (ca) wrote: After her father's death, a woman decides to investigate her mother's mysterious, never talked about past. Yet another Nazis and Jews movie, this one focusing on the Rosenstrasse protests. This is an interesting historical type of film, although the male characters are often shallow caricatures in this woman dominated movie.

Robert H (de) wrote: Ok so dinosaurs are really popular thanks to Jurassic park. So why not take the very popular film "Aliens" and replace the aliens with dinosaurs? Movie gold my friends... movie gold. This is the kind of film that entertains on more levels than one can count with their fingers and toes, gets panned by critics and still doesn't get the credit it deserves. Well this is going to change. Carnosaur 2 is brilliant low budget monster mayhem. I can't wait to watch it again!

Hugh D (mx) wrote: A film that has actually aged very well, due to crisp, non-nonsense direction from the late, unsung John Flynn, slow-burn performances from Dennehy and Woods before they became caricatures, the whole thing built on rock-solid b-movie foundations from legendary scriptwriter Larry Cohen. The story combines tropes from the 70s (conspiracy thriller, Wambaugh-style cop story) and 80s (mismatched buddies, corporate bad guys) but serves it up neat.

Dead A (au) wrote: Not that funny to tell you the truth. Don't watch it.p.s: as I have to give it a half star, so that will be for the starting where the werewolf coughed. That was funny.

Nat A (ag) wrote: A very odd though thought-provoking exploration of a dystopian world of overused resources. The synopsis makes sense and the overall themes are solid but there is a hint of cheesiness not to mention the elongated chase scene. This film unfortunately will be best remembered by it's catchphrase that marks the twist ending and seals the overarching corruption that is Soylent Green. Worth a watch.

Brad G (de) wrote: One of Hammer's hip, swingin hippie flicks revolving around an evil circus troop attempting to resurrect their count by sacrificing the blood of local towns children. It's all typical Hammer Horror fun with lustrous sets, costumes, and flowing orange blood; Vampire Circus should not be missed for fans of the studio. Plus, it has one of the most inventive vampire slayings I've seen in recent memory. VF.

Kevin M W (jp) wrote: An successful middle aged man, a trophy wife, and a young aimless drifter converge for a day's outing on a sailboat ... what could happen next? Polanski seems to suggest that the setup tells the story in this brilliantly filmed black and white drama from 1962, and it does indeed. It does indeed.

Facebook U (it) wrote: I had seen this film when it came out and didn't recall. This film stands out the test of time very well. Over the top effects, unlikely story, a great thriller that grips enough to the end. Great villain. S.L. Jackson is sympa in this.

m n (it) wrote: Could of done with more David Cross and Sarah Silverman. Couple of laughs though.

Danette S (nl) wrote: I don't understand the flack for this movie, I loved it.

Sergio M (us) wrote: i really enjoyed this, specially all the fx. the fog is just amazing. probably one of my favourite nuclear/eco-disaster movies. and i love the end, it's that uncertainty what makes it even more brilliant.