Potugadu is a Telugu film directed by Pavan Wadeyar. It is a remake of the Kannada film Govindaya Namaha which was also directed by Pavan Wadeyar. It is being produced by Sirisha and Sridhar under Ramalakshmi Cine Creations banner. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Potugadu is a Telugu film directed by Pavan Wadeyar. It is a remake of the Kannada film Govindaya Namaha which was also directed by Pavan Wadeyar. It is being produced by Sirisha and Sridhar under Ramalakshmi Cine Creations banner.
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paul l (ca) wrote: yes, for lovers of the goonies and standby me a must see.
Henri N (it) wrote: Its on netflix! Most of my favorite groups are on this label.
Damon R (ag) wrote: Shailene Woodley and Miles Teller are perfect together, whether on or off screen. This movie proves that with their outstanding performances. This is one of the best in the teen movie/coming-of-age genre since 1986's Lucas featuring Winona Ryder in her big screen debut. The tender moments between the two leads definitely won me over.
bill s (it) wrote: Nice tepid biopic that's well acted......somewhat entertaining.
Dyron W (ru) wrote: Michael Mann retains the crisp, digital cinematography as his last movie Collateral, but lacks the excitement, tight story telling and winning dynamic between the lead actors.
Rodney E (us) wrote: A comedy that's not funny and a T and A stripper movie fronting with a lame-0 divorcee and I gotta get custody of my kid from my rotten ex-husband. I had high hopes for naked Demi and the few scenes are cool. I wish I had what Burt Reynolds was sniffing.
Frederick v (gb) wrote: Un sujeito inocente e atrapalhado anda pelo centro de uma Paris do futuro, ultra moderna. A incovenincia da modernidade e do consumismo logo fica clara nas gafes e tropeos do heri trapalho. O filme mostra como uma sociedade que vive pelas aparncias pode muito rapidamente se degradar caso algo de diferente ocorra.
Eric B (br) wrote: Over the top but delightful, "The Boy Friend" is director Ken Russell's arch take on a traditional musical.Sandy Wilson's "The Boy Friend" debuted onstage in 1953, but its nostalgic music is rooted in the earlier 23-skidoo era. The story is just an old-fashioned romp of blushing courtship, but Russell knows better than to leave it as is. Instead, he adds an extra narrative layer: His film is about a chintzy staging of the musical, as a mix of naive and nasty actors grumbles through a poorly attended performance. The extra wrinkle is that a famous Hollywood director (name: "Cecil B. DeThrill") has unexpectedly popped into the opera box to scout for new talent. So, the cast is constantly going off-script and grandstanding to win his attention.Sad-eyed Twiggy, the ingenue of all ingenues, stars as the shy stage manager who is forced into the lead role when the usual star (Glenda Jackson, in an unbilled cameo) breaks her leg. She's secretly in love with the male lead (Christopher Gable), so her onstage romantic scenes with him work on two levels. Such backstage issues resonate through the whole cast as philandering, love and bickering bleed into the chaotic show.But hold on -- the film has one more layer, because Russell chooses to present some songs as character fantasies. Thus he avoids the limits of the stage production's intentionally tacky sets, and can indulge the excesses of visual imagination which are his trademark. Such blasts of pure cinema don't match the extravagant props and production design of later spectacles like "Tommy" and "Lisztomania," but they're still bound to make Russell's many naysayers squirm. A bit with elves and giant mushrooms is notably embarrassing, but some other sequences are wonderful. A brilliantly shot passage with dancers on a spinning record turntable (just one of multiple nods to Busby Berkeley's kaleidoscopic choreography) is especially memorable.Twiggy shows surprising talent as both a singer and dancer, bless her waifish heart, and Broadway legend Tommy Tune also shines as a virtuosic tap dancer. Everyone overacts with bulging eyes, exaggerated grins and fourth-wall nods to the camera, but it suits the story. What in the world prevents a film this fun and accessible from being released on DVD?Note: I am reviewing a 138-minute cut. There is another version which is only 109 minutes.
Erik C (es) wrote: Jarring, beautiful, tragic and evocative. Everyone watch this. It is engrossing.
Julian R (es) wrote: Greatest Disney movie eve made. Hands down.
Anatoly S (us) wrote: A very well put together documentary about Tower Records. A fast, fun and emotional journey. RECOMMENDED
Judy C (kr) wrote: Girl pwns shark. Nuthin' more.