Snake & Mongoose
The untold story of how Southern California drag racers, Don "The Snake" Prudhomme and Tom "The Mongoose" McEwen combined with corporate giants to change the face of sports and ultimately became the most famous rivalry in racing history.
The untold story of how Southern California drag racers, Don "The Snake" Prudhomme and Tom "The Mongoose" McEwen combined with corporate giants to change the face of sports and ultimately became the most famous rivalry in racing history. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: Chaudhary (Prakash raj) is a respectable elder in a town and his elder daughter (sandeepa) puts him in embarrassment as she elopes with her lover just minutes before marriage. Chaudhary sends his men to track the man who took his daughter and in this process they catch hold of Bablu (tiger shroff). Meanwhile, Bablu falls for Dippy (kriti), Chaudhary??s younger daughter. What happens from there forms the rest.The director has come up with a predictable storyline and while the presentation was rich, the narrative was great. The dialogues were neat. The script was okay and the screenplay brought some great energy. The background score was melodious and three songs were worth watching. Cinematography was efficient and contributed strongly. Editing okay but was not good during the second half. Costumes were trendy and stylish while the art department was appealing. Tiger Shroff was excellent in dance and action sequences . Kriti Sanon is a stunning beauty with very expressive face, she has potential. Prakash Raj was perfect. Sandeepa Dhar was good, Vikram Singh was okay. Others didn??t have much to do.The film is the remake of the Telugu hit movie Parugu and it must be said that few changes have been made to suit the taste of the north Indian audience. Also, the focus was more on action quotient than emotional quotient. The first half goes on a lighter mode with elements of romance, some comedy and action. The interval bang was superb and the second half had a good amount of drag before the climax. Overall, this film is a good enjoyable masala entertainer, with a hint of romance,action, and comedy. A decent entertainer.3.25/5*
(es) wrote: [font=Times New Roman][size=3]I've seen this movie recently. I can honestly say that I was pleasantly surprised to see a clean movie that had suspense, drama and action. No matter what you do on a Sunday, this movie will be entertaining. Sure it might not have had the $100 Million dollar budget that Hollywood usually produces, but I can tell you it didn?t have other things too. For example, it didn?t have sex, swearing, nudity, innuendo?s, blood, gore, senseless violence and the typical garbage that the majority of ticket buyers sell their souls for every Friday.[/size][/font] [font=Times New Roman][size=3]A movie screen is a very powerful tool. For Christians, passing along a positive message is always a good thing and a responsibility. Why not the positive word of God? After seeing this film, if a non-believer or someone who has strayed from God starts asking questions to a friend or someone who has accepted the Lord, budget or no budget, it is worth the effort. I imagine the producers of this film were not thinking about Hollywood when they were making this movie. That?s the point.[/size][/font] [size=3][font=Times New Roman]The movie is not marketed at the theater as a Christian film. Even though it is a Christian production, God is only the message, don?t ignore the storyline. It is well written and holds up its own with the recipe of a good story. I can tell anyone that it does not use scare tactics to convert anyone and I saw no evidence of spiritual warfare. These terms have been unfairly used in this blog. This is yet another example of making assumptions before you find out the facts. The devil in the movie is portrayed not as a main character but more as a symbol of the young girls fear. So, don?t believe everything you read on the Internet. This might be the only case that seeing is believing! [/font][/size] [font=Times New Roman][size=3]Still, after all the negative comments that these bloggers and commentary have spread on the net, they are trashing a good movie that they never seen. Doesn?t anyone think twice to question that? Does that make sense to anyone? Go see it for yourself. You be the judge and don?t let anyone dictate or make decisions for you. Find out for yourself what the movie is all about. It is by no means a Bible thumping flick, but a true good spirited, entertaining 89 minutes. Truthfully, it only leads me to conclude that the negative people in these blogs have a real need to see this movie.[/size][/font] [font=Times New Roman][size=3]If it is a Hollywood $100 Million+ film that you demand, then I will stand proud outside of the stuck up Starbuck?s line. Movies do not have to be blockbusters or have high over exceeding budgets to be a good picture to see. Can anyone tell me the last time you could take the whole family to see a film without slamming into [i]any[/i] of the uncomfortable situations that are named above? Cartoon animations don?t count. Anyone? Anyone? Take a second to think about. It?s sad.[/size][/font] [font=Times New Roman][size=3]I?m suggesting to anyone reading this to step out of their assimilated Hollywood, Starbucks line and grow a little intellectually and maybe a little spiritually. If you are one of the negative commentators, please stand up and show us all that you are the bigger person. Just don?t sit there behind your laptop eating Doritos in your three day old T shirt and completely afraid of something new and nothing to do with yourself but be negative to things you have never seen or experienced. See the light?it?s just outside your bedroom door. Go toward the light.[/size][/font] [font=Times New Roman][size=3]One more thing. Trailers are meant for ?teasing? potential audiences. A commercial. It is designed to entice or intrigue people. Today, more times than not, after watching a trailer on TV, you almost come away with the entire storyline. Why do that? If I was going to skip a movie, it would because of those trailers. Then again, I never judge a book by its cover.[/size][/font] [font=Times New Roman][size=3]Peace.[/size][/font]
(es) wrote: Though, it has its moments overall, it's not that good as it should've been
(it) wrote: This is a great film, a film I would have definetly want to make about learning how to make and finance an independent picture while risking everything on the line. I see it as almost a dead end tale where people will find ways of stoping one's passion yet still fighting to get the job done. It's a film that touches home with me dead on. Mario Van Peebles, Melvin's son, directs an honest and revealing portrait of his pioneering father. Mario now tells the story of the making of Melvin Van Peebles' landmark 1971 film, "Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song," including Melvin's struggles to raise money to fund the film under the guise of creating a black porno film. Melvin had ducked creditors, the unions and had to bail out his camera crew after they were arrested. Despite death threats and temporarily losing sight in one eye, Melvin somehow managed to whip into shape a rag-tag, multi-racial crew and finish the film that would give birth to birth of a new era which was about to explode: Independent Black Cinema.
(us) wrote: Scary Movie 4 is so bereft of ideas and giggles that it salvages material from the previous films in the series on top of copying the "scary movie" hits of recent years.
(kr) wrote: gotta love a movie that takes a hard left
(nl) wrote: seen the swedish one and its a classic, want to se this one
(ca) wrote: Very bad, occasionally funny. Fair amount of gratuitous nudity.
(ru) wrote: The first cinematic attempt at capturing the drugged up gonzo world of Hunter S Thompson is a shambling, rambling, meandering oddity, no plot, no real point, and really messy, it's a comedy that often doesn't feel like a comedy as well. But the loose, aimless madness of the film is an interesting thing to let wash over you, it captures in some ways the sheer unhinged experimentation of Thompson's journalism, and Bill Murray is possibly an even better iteration of the man than Johnny Depp in the superior Fear And Loathing. A must check out for Thompson fans. Or Murray fans.