Punda Prachanda is a 1991 Kannada film directed by Sudhindra Kallola. The film stars Ramesh Aravind, Shruti, Vanitha Vasu and Lakshmi in lead roles.
- Stars:Shankar Nag,
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Jim B (fr) wrote: I liked this smart and funny movie.
David M (ru) wrote: Action adventure movie that relies primarily on the appeal of it's two main stars teaming up; primarily on the thought of Stallone and Schwarzenegger side-by-side in the same movie.Stallone plays the part of the worlds foremost authority on escaping from federal prisons in order to test their security, but who himself becomes wrongly imprisoned in a prison based on his own designs. In order to escape, he must team up with fellow inmate Emil Rottmater - Schwarzenegger - with the two of them working together to find a way out. Watching this, I did wonder why they struck up a friendship so quickly, but all is revealed by the end!
Katelyn B (ag) wrote: I honestly wish I could have found this more interesting and unboring, but... this was uninteresting and boring. Could not hold my attention. The story was good (true story, of course it was good) but it was played out in a very blah way. Also, I'm not a fan of cars or how they work or anything. Eh.
Robert B (mx) wrote: Nomads (John McTiernan, 1986)[originally posted 12Dec2001]Having read Chelsea Quinn Yarbro's adaptation of this script a few months back, I was pleasantly surprised to see it crop up on a movie channel, and I sat down to give it a go. I concluded that Yarbro's above-average novel was written from the original script, not the finished product, and that some ham-handed editor had a field day with this thing between McTiernan and the big screen. I spent a few minutes being amazed that such a shabby cut-job made it to release, but then I remembered that McTiernan's second feature, Die Hard, lost almost an hour of the director's cut on initial release, too. Someone up there just doesn't like John McTiernan, even though his films have grossed something close to a billion dollars, all told.The story introduces us to Eileen Flax (Lesley-Anne Down), an ER doc who finds herself confronted with a violent nutzoid type who's on his way off this mortal coil (Pierce Brosnan). Before he dies, said nutzoid bites Dr. Flax, and in some way this causes her to relive his final days. Turns out said nutzoid is Jean-Charles Pommier, world-famous sociologist and studier of nomads, and his profession has gotten him in some rather hot water. Can Flax get herself off Pommier's track before she ends up facing the same fate he did?Read the novel before you see the movie. Whole subplots disappear. Flax's best friend goes from being one of the novel's major roles to being such a minor character in the film she's not even credited. (Not even on IMDB-that's MINOR.) If you've read the novel, you'll at least be able to figure out what's going on; otherwise, you'll probably say "what just happened?" at least ten times while trying to piece together what's left of this. Unwatchable, unless someone bothers to release a director's cut. Since it's McTiernan, that's a distinct possibility, but it doesn't exist as of this writing. * 1/2
Scott R (mx) wrote: A bit dramatic, but the philosophical aspects intrigued.
Eliabeth M (au) wrote: Good movie I did not see the end coming.
Rix C (ca) wrote: Such a lovely movie with an amazing cast. Hawke and Delpy really teach us what is into the world these days and before about this whole love situation. They just talk and talk for like an hour but you just doesn't feel it like that. It's amazing. What a history.
Richard C (ru) wrote: I have been waiting to see this documentary for a long time. The enlightening and eye-opening topics in this film has arguably the most important information that every person on Earth needs to know. Not only does it show what we are doing to the animals and the planet, it also show the consequences that will horribly impact our next generations. It almost makes me want to travel to see the natural world and to see the beautiful animal species in it, mostly out of grave fear mankind will destroy it and drive the animals I loved and grew up with into extinction. For every mother and father, grandmother and grandfather who wants their children to live in a habitable world, for them to see the wonders of the planet, this is a film you must see.