The story unfolds the events happening in just four hours of a day in two cities - Kochi and Chennai. Balu (Aju Varghese) who goes to Chennai to attend an interview falls into a trap in the few minutes he goes out of the call centre office to make a phone call. He contacts his friend Kishore (Indrajith), an ad filmmaker and his friend, to help him with some money. Kishore, who is in Kochi, has an equally crucial day. His wife Surya (Mamta Mohandas) is returning to his life as the couple has been living separate for some time. Kishore sets aside his plans to reconcile with his wife to help his friend. However, he fails to gather enough money to help Balu. How money changes the life of these characters forms the rest of the story.
- Stars:Indrajith, Mamta Mohandas, Daniel Balaji, Aju Varghese, Apoorva Bose, Aparna Nair, Sandhya,
- Director:Prashanth Murali,
- Writer:Prashanth Murali, Laser Shine (screenplay), Rajesh Varma (screenplay)
The story unfolds the events happening in just four hours of a day in two cities - Kochi and Chennai. Balu (Aju Varghese) who goes to Chennai to attend an interview falls into a trap in the few minutes he goes out of the call centre office to make a phone call. He contacts his friend Kishore (Indrajith), an ad filmmaker and his friend, to help him with some money. Kishore, who is in Kochi, has an equally crucial day. His wife Surya (Mamta Mohandas) is returning to his life as the couple has been living separate for some time. Kishore sets aside his plans to reconcile with his wife to help his friend. However, he fails to gather enough money to help Balu. How money changes the life of these characters forms the rest of the story. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: An interesting movie with great performances from Rachel Weisz and Oscar Isaac. Amazing production design, costumes, and score. It lost me in a couple areas but the big crowd scenes are exciting and crazy.
(es) wrote: Si quelqu'un peut me raconter la fin, j'ai pas tenu jusque l..........
(nl) wrote: Moving, low-key drama about a surrogate father and son relationship. In a perfect world, this film would gross $100 million!
(ca) wrote: Filmmaker Philip Grning asked the monastery at Grande Chartreuse if he could film there. 16 years later, they granted the request, on the grounds that there be no music, no narration, and no artificial lighting. The result is as quiet and meditative as the monastery itself. It's a unique piece of work, but it certainly has its drawbacks. Although there are a few interesting bits (the monks aren't quite as austere and spartan as you might expect) for the most it's pretty much exactly what you would expect it to be. It's basically the cinematic equivalent of new age music... unless you want to spend the time just reflecting, reading a description of the movie is a fair substitute for watching it. But Grning definitely achieved what he set out to do, and the film does allow for a lot of reflection if that's what you're looking for. And I must say that even as a diehard atheist, I have respect for those willing to devote themselves so completely to their delusions.
(mx) wrote: Bob laughed when I cried about them shooting the dogs & cat. He said, "It's just a movie." But it wasn't. That really happened!What a shame all those guy got sent to the WWI front when they got home. Seems like they should have been exempt after what they went through!
(nl) wrote: good story line. good songs. cute couple.
(gb) wrote: Not a masterpiece as people say but not bad
(us) wrote: Batman and Superman together on film. Not much else.
(au) wrote: The first thing you notice, after the pleasingly cheesy '80s dark-synth soundtrack, is that Killing Spree was shot on film (16mm to be precise), rather than video. That's a big plus, considering most movies from this era that went straight-to-video were actually shot on video ( Cannibal Campout and Video Violence, for example). Asbestos Felt (who had his head blown off by a grenade in Tim Ritter's previous film, Truth or Dare?-A Critical Madness) plays the lead character Tom Russo, who suspects his stay-at-home wife Leeza is cheating on him with various people like his best friend, the electrician, the TV repairman, the UPS guy, pretty much everybody she comes into contact with. This drives our anti-hero mad with jealousy and he embarks on said killing spree - much goriness and hilarity ensues (with some fairly inventive splatter gags). That's the premise for the movie, pretty much. There is somewhat of a twist in the film's final act, but I won't give away what that is here. Asbestos Felt's over-the-top performance is great fun to watch and there's plenty of dark humor running through the whole film. For example, Felt buries one of his victims (the lawn maintenance guy, no less) up to his neck in the ground, after knocking him out with a shovel. The guy comes to and starts screaming for help, and Felt proceeds to take off his shoe, then he peels off his filthy sock and shoves it into the guy's mouth. This may not sound very funny, but in the context of the film it's absolutely hilarious (and it's helped out by some inventive POV camera shots). Asbestos Felt's wife in the movie, Leeza, is played by Courtney Lercara, who had previously been in another '80s low budget splatter flick called Slaughterhouse. She was brought to the production by fellow independent filmmaker Donald Farmer (Demon Queen, Cannibal Hookers, etc). The special make-up FX were handled by Joel Harlow, and this was his first film. He would later go on to do FX for Toxic Avenger 2 and 3, Basket Case 2, Francis Ford Copola's Dracula, and The Stand mini-series to name a few. He's still working today and his most recent credits include The Matrix Reloaded and Revolutions, all three Pirates of the Caribbean films, and the upcoming Indiana Jones sequel as well as the upcoming Star Trek sequel. From what I remember, director Tim Ritter's previous film Truth or Dare?-A Critical Madness was a pretty decent shocker, but the last time I saw it was back in the late '80s and memory fades (someone needs to release this on DVD). By the length of this review and my generous star rating, I don't want you to have an inflated view of the film. Make no bones about it. It's nothing more than an ultra-low budget '80s splatter film, with all the faults that come with it - bad acting, shoddy production value, ridiculous plot. However, the splatter FX, dark humor, and some inventive camera work make it a bit more ambitious than most of the straight-to-video dreck that came out during the '80s video boom. And if you grew up with these types of films like I did, and your favorite magazines were Fangoria (which gets quite a few plugs in the film), Gorezone, Deep Red, or Samhain, then you'll probably enjoy it. Also, if you're into low budget German splatter by directors like Andreas Schnass, Olaf Ittenbach, Andreas Bethmann, or Timo Rose, then you need to see this - you'll love it (and you want even have to read subtitles).
(us) wrote: Honestly it'd be even more interesting to see another version of this, given how increasingly pervasive technology is.
(kr) wrote: Bale delivers one of his best performances in this survivor tale that is both realistic and heartbreaking. Herzog directs with such sensitivity that when something happened it seemed totally right. Grim but true tale and has really high tension in some scenerios. Its build up of charcters is hard to match.
(fr) wrote: good thriller with some great twists and turns.
(us) wrote: From Birdman to Whiplash, all the way over to The Guest and even The Winter Soldier...The Drop most certainly joins them and reaffirms my belief that 2014 is this centuries goldmine for movies.