Good and sinful are two sides of a same coin. If good grows in strength so does evil. Finally there comes a point when one must overcome the other. Dr. Gayatri (Bipasha Basu) is an Indian American paranormal researcher at University of California, researching esoteric practices like voodoo, spirit possession, magic and healing powers. She seeks the hidden knowledge that goes into such practices, the knowledge that cannot be explained by science or logic. Her search for answers brings her and her team of scientists to India. In India she comes across an uncommon man named Varun (Sanjay Dutt) who is gifted with special intuitive and healing powers which he claims to have developed through meditation. He can affect people's minds through his mental powers. He is a blend of Indian philosophy and modern culture, a master at martial arts and a devotee of Lord Hanuman. He heals people by absorbing their pain. He worships and trains by day, while working as a bouncer at a club by night.
Healing powers that science cannot explain and voodoo practices that defy all logic are just some of the instances of paranormal activity that Dr. Gayatri [Bipasha Basu] is busy ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Priti S (de) wrote: It is a gooooooooooooooooood movie I have seen in my life?
HelenaErmy V (gb) wrote: "ele io non l'ho visto, poi lo rivediamo assieme?" LOL NOPE
Brendan A (it) wrote: A demented Mexican wrester stalks and gorily dispatches the cast and crew of a gonzo porn flick being shot in Mexico. Some OK gore scenes, but overall this movie is just a bad pun in search of a script.
Dane P (ca) wrote: A very unique film it has a very neat style with some great writing and solid pacing. Its 2D animation works unbelievably well while the 3D is a bit cluttered and lacking textures. But don't let that bring you down because Flatland is very unappreciated and deserves more attention. 8/10
Chris W (au) wrote: I am a big Michael Connelly fan and was excited to see a movie adaptation of one of his books. If I had seen the movie without reading the book first, I would've probably given it 3 stars. However, since I read the book, I was unhappy with the changes that were made in the movie (especially the change to the Code Killer). Some of the changes in the movie to me, came off as cheesy. Read the book...the story is much better and much more believable!
Mohammed S (nl) wrote: I give it 5 mostly due to the our war game segment the movie is actually 3 Japanese movies put together and dubbed, the our war game segment is the best one here while the first is about 4 stars and the final being 3 or less
Frances H (kr) wrote: Not a bad film noir, especially the ending.
Pendo W (au) wrote: i loved this movie so much i could cry and laugh at the same time.ok Colin Firth was sooo out of the ordinary, dark and seductive and how his dirty thoughts, sucked the life out of him LOL....so great movie.
Ennis Brokeback L (de) wrote: I can't believe that John Carpenter wrote this absurd movie. It's not cheesy enough to be entertaining and definitely not a serious film. Black Moon Rising is just another mediocre eighties schlock fest. This one is only for hardcore John Carpenter fans.
Rachel S (ru) wrote: might be good, who knows?
Ian C (de) wrote: A childhood favourite. The perfect blend of comedy and fine acting. A terrific lead performance from Hoffman and great support from Durning, Lange and Bill Murray.
FilmGrinder S (nl) wrote: 76%-CB14-Mind fuck kind of movie.
Nadia C (fr) wrote: Nastassja Kinski is just perfect as Tess, she looks like an innocent girl,but also has something seductive and charming. It's just perfect. I actually watched the movie, because I was curious to know about what the book is. It's a tragic story with a sad ending... But it's a well made movie, perhaps one of the best of Polanski.
Norm d (nl) wrote: A beautiful meander. A life from rags to ruin in 3-hrs, grateful for the Intermission. However, as Kubrick's film schoolmaster he would be marked down a full letter-grade for his awkward and inartful over-use of the zoom lens - a dozen extreme close-ups to straight-back full-wide pull-outs, & some similar push-ins. More than the subtlest use of a zoom lens in a period piece from Geo Washington's time is awful, as is too much handheld (that injects an invisible cameraman into the scene). In spite of this the exposures, compositions, lighting, & candlelight low-lighting are gorgeous on Eastman 5254T.
Stephen B (de) wrote: Favorite Claymation EVER done by Rankin/Bass
Lila B (ru) wrote: Relax. It 's not video game. War is hell.
Matthew M (ru) wrote: Tied with Cory in The House as my favorite animu. Exceptionally emotional story, pretty dank memes, and lots of good kawaii. 10/10 favorite animu, but the mango version was better.
Greg W (fr) wrote: gr8 cast makers this pic set in the '80's go
Kieran F (ru) wrote: Was actually quite good, made me like Henry Cavill more since he's rubbish in superman
Bernie F (ru) wrote: Thought it would be shite but i seen worse :) good