Anna (Mohan Babu) is a much revered Rowdy who is law onto himself. He opposes the construction of a dam that would displace villagers from 30 villages. His enemies plan to eliminate him by manipulating Anna's elder son. But they have to contend with the younger son Krishna.
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Rowdy torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: The girl who kicked the 2011 green hornet movie.
(de) wrote: Great documentary on the history of the region the world now refers to as Middle East.The story of WW1 and of land grab after the war. A must see!
(de) wrote: Considering the film is about the lives of those people who made the most successful pornographic film of all time. Inside Deep Throat is one of the most interesting and well made documentaries I have seen. It touches on everything from the Sexual Revolution, Decency Laws, and the Woman's Rights Movement. There are so many interesting characters, so many great stories, you gotta see this one.
(es) wrote: Wesley Snipes. Literally.
(ru) wrote: Two Thumbs Up Siskel And Ebert
(au) wrote: Now that the flixster summary mentions it, the story in this movie is a lot like a Casablanca copycat. Anyway, I thought it was way too slow and dull, I didn't care a bit about the main character, he was so boring. The most interesting parts are skipped over, for example when Raul Julia's intriguing character is killed off quickly. And it just gets worse from there, changing from a thriller to a romance to a political drama and back again. It doesn't know where it's going.
(au) wrote: Born Free was a great family film with both adorable and ferocious animals in the film based on a true story, you would think it wouldn't need a sequel, but one was made.....and this sequel is it's well-meaning and suitable for children even if doesn't emphasise the conservation message that prevailed in the original.....I don't know why the fantastic performers Virginia McKenna and Bill Travers declined to be in the sequel, maybe they read the script following almost exactly the same thing all over again....Hampshire and Davenport are alright but not as good, and the lions are still cute, cuddly and ferocious looking, but the title song isn't as memorable as Matt Monro's....all in all anybody who has ever seen and loved "Born Free", will like this sequel.......
(es) wrote: This is a classic Abbott & Costello movie. They are both service station attendants that are left as the sole beneficiaries in a gangster's will. Their trip to claim their fortune is sidetracked when they are stranded in a haunted house along with several other strangers. This is a very funny film. I always get a good laugh watching these two. Their comedy style with the funny lines and physical humour is top notch. The film is very dated but I love the look and acting in it. Well done for it's time. Worth watching.
(ag) wrote: This was a truly creepy film at varying turns, but as a lot of reviews had hinted, it kinda shits the bed in the final reel a bit by finally showing you exactly what you've been getting small glimpses of for the first half of the film.Under the cold light of day the reveals are a bit anti-climactic, leaving you thinking "Really?" because it isn't as unsettling as what has gone before.Having said all that, the spooky bit *DO* hold up well with the revisits, and I would say that it's definitely worth a look for genre fans.