Swamy Ra Ra
Surya (Nikhil) is a pick-pocketer accompanied by two more friends. Surya, the hero, does find his heroine in an incident but the real story follows - a stolen $100 million idol that falls in the hand of the Surya, but is chased by the goons.
- Stars:Nikhil Siddharth, Swathi Reddy, Ravi Babu, Jeeva, Joginaidu, Praveen, Krishnam Raju, Pooja Ramachandran, Satya, Ravi Varma,
- Director:Sudheer Varma,
- Writer:Praveen Varma (additional dialogue), Sudheer Varma
Hero is actually a pick pocket accompanied by 2 more friends. Hero does find her heroine in an incident but the real story follows... A stolen 100 million $ Idol falls in the hand of the hero but is chased by the goons. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Swamy Ra Ra torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Another cute story with a sugary ending.
(de) wrote: It seemed superficial to me and I felt that it didn't really accomplish anything...like a story or a well formed plot.
(ru) wrote: There's much potential in this film that is wasted in the end. The chemistry between Segel and Blunt is there, but the story takes a weird road to the end and clutters the streets. The comedy is very satisfying, but again is mottled with odd direction in tying the loose ending to the long-running jokes and characters. Overall it's an alright comedy. Just don't expect anything worth more than a look. (64%)
(au) wrote: nothing really new. same old hillbilly/mutant/retard family merkin people. not the best one but descent for the sub-genre
(ru) wrote: OMG Nights In Rodanthe was so good and sad I wanted to die! Not literally
(gb) wrote: watched this film late on channel 4 one night, mainly for the premise of a bit of sister on sister action, but in fact it was a very well made film
(ca) wrote: Handlar inte om nt srskilt men jag sger som min son: "Jag vill bli en funky neger p 70-talet"...
(ag) wrote: If one of the great ironies of Hammer is that their best 'Dracula' movie doesn't even feature Dracula (Brides of Dracula), yet another is that their best 'Frankenstein' movie is the one with the female monster! Colourful, atmospheric, well acted and boasting an ingenious revenge plot involving the transference of souls (which I'm trying hard not to spoil here), what makes Frankenstein Created Woman particularly memorable is the surprisingly poignant love story between Frankenstein's servant, Hans (Robert Morris), and the deformed daughter of the local innkeeper, Christina (Susan Denberg). Denberg's excellent performance in this movie is a notable exception to the rule that Hammer were generally at their dullest when attempting to showcase some European starlet or other, though a good portion of the credit must go to whoever dubbed her voice. Unnecessary or bad dubbing in movies is one of my pet peeves, but this is perhaps the only example I can think of where the dubbing process unquestionably enhances a performance, lending a disembodied, otherworldly strangeness to Denberg entirely appropriate to her character, both before and after Frankenstein gets his hands on her.
(nl) wrote: very good sci-fi film from the 50`s.
(nl) wrote: Nothing very special, but entertaining none the less. I thought Wyman and Stewart had good chemistry.
(us) wrote: The original Heaven Can Wait starring Robert Montgomery (Bewitchs Elizabeth Montgomerys Father). Wonderful performances from James Gleason, Edward Everett Horton and they always spot on Claude Rains. A great comedy.
(gb) wrote: Biting and absurd satire. So many quotable lines! "On Wednesdays, we wear pink." "Irregardless, ex-boyfriends are just off limits to friends. I mean that's just like the rules of feminism." "Gretchen, stop trying to make 'fetch' happen! It's not going to happen!" "Get in loser, we're going shopping." "Grool... I meant to say cool and then I started to say great." "Sorry, we only carry sizes 1, 3, and 5. You could try Sears." "You can't sit with us!"