Return of Hanuman

Return of Hanuman

Return of Hanuman (previously Hanuman Returns) is a Hindi animation film about an adventure of the Hindu god Hanuman. It has been stated that the film is not a sequel to Hanuman; it has an independent storyline. It was produced by the Percept Picture Company and is directed by Anurag Kashyap. The music was composed by Tapas Relia. It's is a children's film and has been rated as an Educational Film by the CBFC because it deals with the issue of global warming. It was released in India on 28 December 2007.

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Pavan R (ru) wrote: An entertaining movie with a good story. Today's the latter part could have been made a bit more exciting and thrilling, a lost chance I'd say. But overall still a good movie .

Kester E (br) wrote: A Bag Of Hammers is a collective intake from other movies of its kind but the style used in production makes it unique and a good watch.

Amit T (ca) wrote: Gulaal.. brings reincarnated Anurag Kashyap as a director but piyush mishra the perosn who not only acted and wrote songs but composed the songs was the soul of the movie..One powerful motion picture in recent times.thougg its little late to pay my tribute but i guess classic are never late to be revisited...cant get the whole thing out of my mind.

Ron G (fr) wrote: Have no idea why anyone hated on this. Think Sunday afternoon snackin on the couch in your PJs. If your a Lone Ranger fan, you might not like it. I look at it as before he was cool, and got his show on.

Chris J (de) wrote: It's good... But not as amazing as you would expect it to be

Travis S (mx) wrote: Guantanamero (Arritmia) is an independent foreign film that opens the eyes of the viewer to the true human psychological damage that has been carried out in Guantanamo Bay, not just for the prisoners, but for the interrogators as well.This film has the most heart of any film I have seen in the past year. It has a purpose, even if that purpose is completely raw. It does not, however, lack in the entertainment department. The cultural impacts on the story, the cinematography, the music, the random dance numbers... are amazing.Once again, I must stress not only is this a foreign flick, it is also independent. Take it for what it is, not what it could be.A common complaint that many have with this film is the ending. People do not understand it, which is why it suffers an incredibly low score. Without giving away the movie, all I can say is put yourself in the shoes of this man, and the manipulation of the psyche through the hardships that were faced and the decisions that were made. People say that the first and second acts of the film were thought provoking, but with an understanding of the third act, Guantanamero was beautifully tied together. I highly suggest everyone with a mature mind to see this.

Peyton C (ru) wrote: I may be in the minority, but I think Tim Burton's second Batman film is much worse and an absolutely dreadful comic book movie.First of all, I like Keaton, Pfiefer, and Devito's performances. However, once again, the villains overshadow Batman and don't do it in an entertaining way like Jack Nicholson. I found the film unnecessarily dark.The action is okay, but the film is so boring to me, with performances being the only highlight.

Paul L (nl) wrote: Fred Ward plays a private detective in an alternate-universe 1948 in which everybody but him ("for personal reasons") uses magic. It's a very tongue-in-cheek but well-put-together string of noir tropes and Lovecraft in-jokes. The whole thing is immensely silly, but it's also fun provided you're willing to accept its ham-fisted tone. Sort of a supernatural Dick Tracy.

Keith C (it) wrote: First one's better...

Matt D (nl) wrote: "You've got a boner too?!"For some strange reason as a kid I was under the impression that Ron Howard's 'Cocoon' was a horror film that I should be too scared of to watch so I didn't get around to seeing it until today....And lo and behold its 'E.T.' with old people! And despite some hilariously cheesy montage sequences featuring the worst 80s music imaginable, this little flick managed to really pull at my old heart strings and go along for this strange tale beat by beat.Now how bout that dreamy Steve Guttenberg?!

Blake P (us) wrote: Sometimes, you can tell a filmmaker is going to join the ranks of Hitchcock, Chabrol, or De Palma just based off of their debut - "Blood Simple" was Joel and Ethan Coen's first stab at moviemaking, but you wouldn't know it. Over the years, I've found that, if a debut is truly great, it transcends everything we feel we've come to know about film. Clichs are suddenly unfamiliar. Amateur ideas are no longer amateur; they're inventions. Terms like "film noir," and "dark comedy" are often thrown around when discussing "Blood Simple," but I feel uncomfortable labeling it right away. The film does pay slight homage to the days of Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler, but it eclipses any of our preconceived sentiments. The Coens are gifted filmmakers that can bounce wall to wall when it comes to any genre, but in every movie they make, at the center is a subtly tongue-in-cheek approach that makes even the most callous of violence droll in its delivery. Most directors take years to master a certain tone, but not the Coens. It's as if they secretly made 50 movies before this one as practice and didn't tell anybody. The plot is thin but effective: A Texas bar owner (Dan Hedaya) hires a crooked private eye (M. Emmet Walsh) to murder his unfaithful wife (Frances McDormand, Joel Coen's partner-in-crime who was also making her film debut) and her lover (John Getz), only to be double-crossed for $10,000. This sort of story has been recycled since the sordid days of "Double Indemnity," but it's not the story itself that matters; it's the way that it's told. As the ensemble is small and tightly wound, the Coens pay particular attention to their every movement and decision with caustic pleasure. The wife, portrayed with minimalist clarity by the incomparable McDormand, isn't a seductive Lana Turner-type but rather a fatigued housewife who has tolerated her stoic husband for as long as possible. Hedaya doesn't do much besides brood with stormy, silent evil, but we're more than convinced that he would hire someone to kill. One of the best scenes in the film sees a man (I won't say who, in order to keep the plot firmly plump) trying to dispose of a body - only the body isn't quite dead. The sequence is developed at an agonizingly slow pace, but this isn't necessarily a bad thing. While uneasily comedic, it takes all the fun and games from the previous events and revamps the remainder of the film into an agitated, claustrophobic piece of tension. But what still makes "Blood Simple" so exciting all these years later is how much it feels like a statement. Quentin Tarantino rewrote the revenge film with "Kill Bill"; Roman Polanski gave horror a new face with "Rosemary's Baby"; the Coen Brothers started an independent film era that has continued with greatness for three decades. Putting "Fargo," "The Big Lewboski," and "Inside Llewyn Davis" into consideration, "Blood Simple" gets an A-. But that doesn't make it any less of a masterwork.

Mel M (mx) wrote: In my opinion, the best movie ever made that was set in the Shaolin Temple, and the only one to remain even remotely true to the values of Shaolin.

Brad R (de) wrote: FULL REVIEW! The masked super-criminal Diabolik jumps out of his Italian 60s comic book to steal totally ridiculous trinkets in this psychedelic big screen trip. It feels like comic book adaptions are only a recent craze and it can come as a surprise for some that it's actually been going on for a very long time now. In the 60s the big craze was for Italian comics, and although many will remember and recognise the more well known "Barbarella: Queen of the Galaxy" there was also many other good (but less well know) comic book adaptions. "Danger: Diabolik" is definitely one of these. Directed by Gothic Horror director Mario Brava it is considered unique amongst other films of the genre. Diabolik is a classic comic book character. He wears a costume (kind of a masked, ninja suit), has a trademark set of arching eyebrows and a super villain laugh, wields an array of bizarre gadgets and is an unrestrained anarchist as much as he is a master of grand larceny. He is also an anti-hero; stealing from rich officials and keeping it for himself, beating information from a crime lord as they fall through the air from inside a plane and casually destroying the country's tax offices simply because he doesn't like how the government spends the funds!It's impossible not to like Diabolik, and the 60s style of drug abuse and free love seems to compliment and heighten the absurdity of his (and the film's) personality. So the story isn't particularly deep and there's not really any hidden meaning to take out of watching it. It doesn't really matter, because Diabolik is incredibly fun and (taken at it's face value) is both a great comic caper and entertaining cinema. Love making amongst millions of dollars in notes, scaling a wall spider-man style to steal a priceless necklace, drugging an official press conference so the officials break down laughing and stealing a 20 ton gold ingot are just a selection of weird events that Diabolik carries out over the cause of the film. The energy of the film exhilarates and entertains, and there's no doubting that John Philip Law IS Diabolik (apart from his trademark eye brows which he apparently had to glue into the correct pose for the film!). Marisa Mell is also incredible (and hot) as Diabolik's high rent lover/partner/accomplice. A nod also has to be given to super villain Valmont who is the trademark comic bad guy in every way (he even has a secret trapdoor that drops troublesome employees out of his plane!), and the wise cracking detective who's always mouthing off to the rubbish government and never ceasing in the hunt for Diabolik. THE VERDICT? I don't think I realised until I did this review just how much I really loved this film! It's shallow but also iconic, psychedelic, sexy and completely nuts! Danger: Diabolik is great entertainment and definitely on of the better comic book adaptions out there. It's Batman, V for Vendetta and the swinging 60s all rolled into one crazy film! LIKE THIS? YOU MIGHT LIKE... BARBARELLA- Another Italian comic adaption. It's better known but sadly even less highly regarded.

Travis F (ca) wrote: Disappointing to say the least. I LOVED interview with a vampire and this movie is nowhere near as good. I blame several factors. First no returning actors. Two setting it in the late 90's making Lestats band new metal rather then a 70-80's band like in the books. third trying to cram two books together for one movie. and four rushing it out before the rights to make the movie ran out. The romance was also forced and Lestat should have been alot more evil like in the first movie. This movie had a few cool scenes and some cool ideas but doesn't really deliver stick to the first movie or if your a hardcore fan the books.

Fong K (br) wrote: The authoress of the titular genre is also the female protagonists she writes about - pretty, spoilt and mean. Theron is terrific as the mildly psychotic homecoming prom queen who comes pursuing her happiness and her already married high school sweetheart and has a rude awakening to an actual adulthood.

Alyan H (it) wrote: Exceptionally Accurate on the time and costume design, but the film itself I feel was nothing Oscar worthy