The local King has surrounded himself with enemies, which include his own trusted men: Bhavani Singh, and Ranjeet, who plot to overthrow him, in vain, as the King's loyal employee, Samadh ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The local King has surrounded himself with enemies, which include his own trusted men: Bhavani Singh, and Ranjeet, who plot to overthrow him, in vain, as the King's loyal employee, Samadh ...
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Steve S (ag) wrote: "Rules Don't Apply" starts off pretty good, giving us a scrumptious look at old time Hollywood. The world of Howard Hughes starts to become clear. The last half strays too far away from what made the first half interesting. Also, the film missteps when it comes to throwing too much fiction with its facts.
Cynthia S (es) wrote: An attempt at quirkiness...kind of failed. The movie itself wasn't bad, but it just seemed pointless. Apparently, someone suggested add some guys that sing a little diddy every so often, and people will love it, and say it is quirky. Nope...
Luke B (us) wrote: Pretty darn impressive for a Sy-Fy movie. The film sees a group of teachers at a school unearth the head of a banshee that soon sets out to kill. It sounds simple and it is. The reason the film works is thanks to the use of some pretty gruesome and effective practical effects and make-up. The 'horror' scenes are genuinely uncomfortable and unsettling, and I certainly didn't want to catch any of the banshee's incarnations hanging around my room. The acting is passable, although the stars sometimes have trouble handling the emotional stuff the script throws in. Unfortunately, there are still some massive mistakes, such as music that continues to swell despite having revealed some scares as fake-outs. There were a couple of laughable moments and the ending just goes off on its own tangent. Still, this is one of the most enjoyable and best B movies I've seen in a long time.
Marlene G (mx) wrote: Loved the action and arm and leg breaking!!!
Stef (es) wrote: Caught this on television late one night, but missed the first few minutes and any mention of it being a true story; at first I figured it to be a far fetched white-man-to-the-rescue! kind of movie with a feel good ending, but then I realized that it was based on actual events, so just cut out the 'far fetched' bit, and there you have it.Still, it's Matthew Perry, so you're probably getting your money's worth.
Guillaume D (nl) wrote: Allons baiser dans les bois! Oui, mais bon...
Ally M (ru) wrote: I loved it!!! The music only made it a ton better!
Dann M (nl) wrote: Lacking the magic of the season, Surviving Christmas is a shallow and uninspired film. Ben Affleck plays an eccentric millionaire ad executive who makes a deal with the family living at his childhood home to let him stay there and to help him live out his fantasy of an old fashion family Christmas. Affleck gives a phoned in performance, but co-star Christina Applegate really shines. The humor is also hit and miss, as a lot of it is in bad taste and inappropriate for a family comedy. There are a few moments of fun in Surviving Christmas, but there's no heart.
FilmGrinder S (kr) wrote: 82%A dark comedy (but not too dark), that's drenched in sarcasm.
Therese O (nl) wrote: It's like watching paint dry. Only slightly better b/c you get to see Adrien Brody. But otheriwse really annoying. Plot=unbelievable. Tierney=annoying. Brody=Cute but annoying. Story=boring. You'll wish for sweet sweet death.
familiar s (jp) wrote: "in the style of Alfred Hitchcock"? "with ......... surprising plot twists"? I rather felt it as just another cop flick. The story is ordinary one and the execution isn't any great either. A few good moments is all. 1/5 (0.75 for the flick's casting & performances, and the rest for the rest).
Jeremiah L (ca) wrote: Great to see Lucille Ball in a non-B movie. I'm used to all the Sirk dramas but he does quite well with Hitchcock-like thrillers. Why is Karloff on the cover? He's in it one scene. Sanders was great before he got bored with life.
Brandon W (br) wrote: When I watched the trailers for this, I thought that it looked mediocre that's I'm not going to watch. When my mom saw the trailers, she wanted to see it which is we go see in theaters, I would've been fine and just forget about it. However, this wand t in theaters as I found out that it is an indie film which in the theater that I go to, doesn't show indie films, so I pretty much forget about it until I found out that this is going to be on Netflix. I was actually pretty interested in watching this as it has positive reviews from critics and users. Before I watched Beyond the Lights, I didn't really expect anything out of it and just kept it on an open thought, but it was better then I thought to be coming from watching he trailers, especially from a romantic drama film. Gigi-Mbatha Raw is fantastic in this that I was surprised that she didn't get nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress. Nate Parker is really great, and it's quite the change from him being in an action film like Non-Stop, to a romance drama like this. The writing is well written, and it never felt sappy or schmaltzy to me. It goes to a fresh perspective of how Hollywood is is for singers and social media. The chemistry between the two main characters is very well done which is something that is rare to see in a drama film. The score for this is really great it fits well to the film, and it makes me want to listen to some of the songs again. It's unpredictable, and the direction of it flows through pretty good. Beyond the Lights is a fantastic movie that I really need to stop underestimating films these days.
Qeerlin D (de) wrote: I wanna see this movie
Matt K (nl) wrote: One of my all time favorites.
Dee C (fr) wrote: Maggie Smith was BRILLIANT and believable in this film.