Rama Shama Bhama
Rama Shama Bhama is a Kannada film directed by Ramesh Arvind and produced by K Manju. Kamal Haasan played a supporting character of the male protagonist while Urvashi played the female lead. The film was released on 9 December 2005. A remake of the Tamil film, Sathi Leelavathi the film went on to become a huge hit all over.
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(jp) wrote: It's terrible but at the same time we enjoyed the kitsch rubbery fish and even rubberier acting. Some of the cast were way too good and almost spolit the hamming up of the rest of the terrified baitball crew. It's a got to watch cabin in the woods genre fun film.
(es) wrote: Very good documentary. Bit heavy on the Pat-Tillman-was-this; Pat-Tillman-was-that, but it wasn't too distracting. What I learned: 1) the US military is not to be trusted. 2) Soldiers are not "heroes". They are very young people who are being used for other peoples' intentions. But calling them "heroes" serves to draw people's attention away from the fact that human beings are being killed for nothing. 3) Pat Tillman was used in life and death to propagate a war and he knew it. He was a pretty smart fella despite his high levels of testosterone. Favorite part of the film: when his Mormon army friend caught Pat (an atheist) reading the Book of Mormon just because he wanted to know what Mormons believed, and the Mormon friend saying, if he has any questions, please feel free to ask.
(es) wrote: Watchable. Schwimmer's acting was terrific, he was very believable. It wasn't difficult for him to make me laugh either when appropriate as I'm a HUGE Ross Gellar fan. Decent movie, just didn't like ending. The ending was realistic and believable, but when it ended I was like "what's the point?"
(de) wrote: An all-star cast(Silkk the Shocker,Master P,Snoop Dogg,Mystikal, and C-murder) and an amazing soundtrack(from all of the above artists) can't stop one from laughing out loud at how utterly bad the film is.
(au) wrote: An astonishing film (based on actual events) and a performance that has left me in awe of Brandauer.
(us) wrote: Keoma is a tad more psychological than many of the Spaghetti Westerns, and told in an unusual way which incorporates flashbacks so abrupt that they almost seem to be manifestations of Keoma(TM)s own point of view. Combine all that with some starkly expressed racial issues, not the least of which is the title character(TM)s half-breed? status as the son of a white man and Native American woman, and this is one unusual Western. It wasn(TM)t quite able to deliver on the promise of all this potentially great material with its story of a town being taken over by a villainous miner who is opposed by the wandering loner Keoma who returns home to his divided family. Instead of high tragedy we end up with a slightly off-beat, technically somewhat adventurous though ultimately mostly routine genre entry.
(kr) wrote: A creepy well made classic type of thriller
(ag) wrote: There is nothing ambitious or fancy here; it is a simple early 90s teen comedy. Two high school nerds uncover a prehistoric caveman trapped in a block of ice while digging a pool in their suburban backyard. They try to preserve him in ice, but he melts and is now alive in Southern Californian in the year 1992. The two friends decide to pose him as a foreign exchange student and enroll him in high school. The concept is deliciously absurd. From here, the plot dissolves, and it loses its way. Sean Astin is fine as an actor, but his character is whiny and a little hard to warm up to. Polly Shore works in this application because he is a supporting character, which moderates his goofy antics. Early in the movie this duo of Shore and Astin does not work that well, you begin to wonder how these characters are even friends. Brenden Frazer, however, is completely lovable as the surprisingly gentle and very silly Neanderthal. His energy and childlike enthusiasm make it fun, even if the movie has no diction and very little structure. Perplexingly, the movie ends very abruptly, as if there is more to the story, but it just stops without wrapping up the loose ends. Picking this movie up now is like uncovering an artifact from the MTV generation in 1992. It seems dated, but in many ways, that is part of the charm. It is not a well-made movie, but it is still a fun watch and is worth the time for a simple laugh.