While delivering food in a forest area in Andhra Pradesh, impoverished Narasimha is held against his will by a band of Naxalites led by Velu, and forced to join them. He is anxious to collect his dues and return home to his wife, Uma; daughter, Chinna; and son, Mohan, but Velu keeps on putting it off. Narasimha gets to know and sympathize with members of this band, and befriends Lakshmi, who was gang-raped by several policemen. He is then asked to prove his loyalty by killing an informant/plainclothes police inspector - which he does - and even accompanies the band on an assault on a school, resulting in the death of some children. Traumatized after this incident, he decides to flee - and it is this decision that will not only estrange him from his family but also force him to be on the run from the band as well as the police.
Graham W (ag) wrote: Absolutely not to be confused with the similarly-titled song by Ellie Goulding!
Jethro S (gb) wrote: And it got The Best Fantastic Film Award at Fantastic Fest 2011!
Mark O (kr) wrote: Excellent. Very fun to watch.
Mike P (mx) wrote: It's entertaining, but it's not a great comedy. That being said, this is a movie you watch when you just want to relax and not think too much. Not sure what that means.
A S (jp) wrote: Dr.dolittle 2 is funny and cool and good for the family 87%
sandra and cesar a (us) wrote: great movie one of the best vampire movie so far
Shawn W (ru) wrote: Decent thriller has Tommy Lee Jones as an American businessman trying to force owners to sell him real estate in economically-depressed Newcastle. Danger ensues when a Jazz club owner refused his overtures.
Matt S (de) wrote: I would like to think that this movie was made to be bad. If that is the case, it pulls that off nicely. The humor doesn't always work, but when it does you get a few chuckles. Not much to say, the plot is kind of thin, what little of a plot there is.
Michael S (mx) wrote: This Oscar-winning masterpiece by the great Vittorio de Sica came out in the early 70es (unlike what it says in here) and features some breahtakingly beautiful performances from Lino Capolicchio, Dominique Sandra and Helmuth Berger. Stunnning camerawork and exquisite costumes. Prepare to be spellbinded.
Rane P (jp) wrote: That Bob is one cool cat.
ClaRita C (nl) wrote: Not bad for a vampire/zombie movie. Quick action, quick results and fates coming even quicker. Most of the deaths are satisfying to some degree, still lacks creativity but succeeded in keeping me engaged.
Abel D (de) wrote: A sub-par effort despite the money, Sonnefeld's steampunk western is a tragedy. Sure, the effects are solid and Branagh is great ham fun as the villain, but nonexistent chemistry between our leads, along with juvenile gags and a paper thin plot with no character development sink it.