Rama Rama Kya Hai Dramaaa
Two bank employees face problems after marrying very attractive women.
- Stars:Nikos Kourkoulos, Mairi Hronopoulou, Manos Katrakis, Spyros Kalogirou, Angelos Antonopoulos, Zoras Tsapelis, Giannis Argyris, Nikos Galanos, Anna Vagena, Jenny Zaharopoulou, Vangelis Kazan, Anthi Gounari, Dimitris Gyftopoulos, Nina Hristoforidou, Yorgos Kafkas, Neha Dhupia, Amrita Arora, Anupam Kher, Rati Agnihotri, Rajpal Yadav, Aashish Chaudhary, Razak Khan, Sanjay Mishra, Alan Kapoor, Jiya Biswas, Deepak Shirke, Shashi Kiran, Kuldeep Sharma, Gauri S. Singh, Ashwini,
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Louis E (es) wrote: Sociopaths.......they are everywhere folks.
Cam P (gb) wrote: Holy shit, laugh out loud and even cry a little through the tears (of laughter). Mark my words, this one is one where time will tell what a great and funny film it is. I saw it first bitches!
Chad E (us) wrote: Couldn't have been much more satisfying.
Miguel Angel L (us) wrote: Aunque cumple en parte con su trabajo, me esperaba que durara mas la cinta y que tuviera mas argumento. Pero aun asi le doy credito por darnos un breve resumen de las temporadas pasadas y brindarnos una batalla epica.
Andrew D (us) wrote: FINALLY!!! A sequel to Return of the Living Dead that didn't make me want to gouge my eyes out! After seeing that fourth film, I thought that this series had already doomed itself to be one of the worst series I have ever seen. Sure the original was great, but I was hoping for at least ONE good sequel. I finally got that with Rave to the Grave, the latest and hopefully final installment in this series. The film takes place directly after Necropolis as Uncle Charlie tries to sell the original vat of Trioxin to a group of people. When the exchange goes wrong and causes Charlie to bite the dust, his nephew Julian is informed of his death. Grief stricken and now orphaned, Julian goes to his parent's house where him, his brother, and his uncle lived together where he finds a secret door leading to the last two vats of Trioxin stolen by Charlie. Wondering what the material is, he takes it to his friend Cody along with DJ Jeremy. While testing it, Jeremy thinks that it's some kind of drug and tries it to see if he can get high. When the serum takes effect, he seems fine and Cody sees this as an opportunity to make money in the drug business. Jeremy also decides to bring the newly created drug "Z" to his rave in order for his guests to have a good time. Little do any of them know that the drugs do have a deadly effect that will make people crave brains. Rave to the Grave is definitely the best sequel to Return of the Living Dead, but this is putting it mildly. It's still not a good movie, but I felt that this came the closest to capturing the fun and excitement of the first film. The acting is still atrocious in this film, with lines that seemed forced and unbelievable when spoken. Most of the humor is dry in this film. The screenwriters tried so hard to create good jokes so that it could appeal to audiences, but it just came off as bland. The only time that I remember really laughing out loud was the little scene with Tarman (who thankfully returns and makes a pretty good cameo) on the interstate. It created a good little chuckle for me and I enjoyed it. Unfortunately, this film once again carries over what Necropolis sets up, saying that these zombies can be killed with a shot to the head. I really wish that they could have changed this because I liked how the first three films set up that the zombies couldn't die unless incinerated. It made them more threatening and interesting to watch. The use of the shoot them in the head clich just makes this seem like a generic zombie film. The fun in this film doesn't really start kicking in until the actual rave when most of the kids become zombies. It's the best scene in the movie because it's fun to see the huge hoard of zombies attacking everyone and creating exciting chaos that made me grin with excitement. Rave to the Grave is hardly a perfect film, but I did enjoy it for what it was despite being a bad movie. I did enjoy it better than the other sequels and, while not being the best of the series, certainly takes home the award for best ROTLD sequel. If you've made it this far into the series and have been sorely disappointed by the films, give this one a shot. It's the last in the series and will at least leave a small smile on your face.
Frederic C (ru) wrote: le chef d'oeuvre de l'humour noir
Maggie A (mx) wrote: I had my doubts about the movie, but after about ten minutes I was pretty hooked. The make-up on the aliens was simple and well done; it fitted the general vibe of the movie. The aliens over all were great, their actions and motives completely plausible due to their history, which is clearly stated at the beginning and expanded upon when needed. Alien Nation takes the typical Buddy-cop movie and twists it, giving it a new take and playing on the difference in culture. There is a great scene at the beginning that makes a play off of name translations. The only downside to the movie was the predictable ending, but even that was done well.
Gordon T (gb) wrote: yes the acting and cinematography "suck" . . . the acting's wooden, and the cinematography has too much head-room, and the film-stock is blurry. BREAKIN may have been waaaay corny when I was 12 in 1984 but now: BREAKIN is CLASSIC!!!! TURBO, OZONE, and SPECIAL "K" and ICE-T ROCK-IT all through the movie. The "street dancers" really end-up STICKIN' IT TO The Man (i.e. THE STSTEM [i.e. professional, stuck-up dancers]). BREAKIN reminded me tonight that, even when people look down on you, you're still AWESOME and can WIN!!! no matter what The Man says about you, YOU CAN WIN!!!! the so-called "street kids" even have a kid with no legs (a paraplegic) DANCING with crutches: anyone can MAKE IT!!! and anyone can WIN!!!! (you don't have to be a super-rich, artsy-fartsy creep to be considered "valid" in everything you do).
Zach C (ag) wrote: This movie seemed to miss the mark. Firstly, the dialogue and feel of the film is very dated, and the best scenes that are very clear with their potential always seem to fall just a bit short. Of course Pacino gives a great performance as he does in everything, but it's not enough to save this film which, in all honesty, lacks a plot. The statement made about each character's philosophy on law is an interesting analysis, but it still doesn't fix the lack of story here. It's pretty much a lawyer and his experience with a few clients and coworkers. At the end a key issue is resolved, but it seems like that issue wasn't at the entirety of the movie, it's just a feeling of "oh, ok, that's nice, but what the fuck was all that other stuff for?" There was no build up or merging of events, it was as if the filmmakers said "oh, this could be a good idea too" and then threw a whole bunch of shit together and filmed it thinking it would work because the main character deals with those people when really everything should have worked toward something (e.g. retarded helicopter scene). Overall it was a decent movie but it had major flaws, when the credits role you're disappointed they didn't do enough with what they had and left very unsatisfied.
Tom W (it) wrote: Couldn't finish it... It was horrible. Changed it to TMNT for some quality for the evening.
Josiah C (us) wrote: Meg Ryan is absolutely captivating, but this film is so bizarre and creepy on several levels. I felt very uncomfortable watching it unfold.
Star P (gb) wrote: This movie gave us a look into the life of a young Orthodox Jewish teen who is struggling to figure out how to live in the world of his family and religious beliefs as well as the world of crime and money. It was the first movie I saw with Jesse Eisenberg and it made me respect him as an actor. He was great!
Justin Y (ru) wrote: It doesn't suck, it's ok. To a 5 year old, this movie is amazing. It's colorful and music is good. Illumination makes good movies. Despicable Me 1 & 2, Secret Life of pets, and Sing are great. Lorax is funny at times. Some jokes are great, other are just meh! There is something The Lorax does great, and that's the message. Trees are important, The Lorax helps you realize that. But I have to say one thing, the book isn't that long but they do a great job of adding on to what the book had to offer. It brought memes though.