Padmanabhan master (Nedumudi Venu) and his wife (K. P. A. C. Lalitha) is waiting for Unni, their only son who is missing for many years. 10 year old Unni got lost in the crowd during a temple festival where he was along with his neighbour Panikkar (Oduvil Unnikrishnan), popularly known as Poorappanikkar. Panikkar too did not return since he decided to return only after finding Unni. Ammu (Kavya Madhavan) is Panikkar's daughter who also believes, like master and his wife, that her father will return one day with Unni. The master finds Unni and brings him back to the Village. The villagers realize that Unni is abnormal and is mentally challenged. He behaves like a small boy and creates all sorts of trouble for the villagers and his parents.
ToMb W (ag) wrote: Only good parts, every part with captain spaulding
Chris B (au) wrote: Spielberg showing that he can do it all. This is a great sci-fi action film. It is actually Spielberg's most underrated film. It has good acting, great characters, a great plot, and a very thought provoking underlying message. The visual effects still look great today.
Michael R (us) wrote: Lets give them some credit for an original idea and some delightful characters. :-)
Joseph H (br) wrote: It's not as bad as some of the other films in the Friday the 13th series but Jason Goes To Hell is still not very good. The movie tries to be original but in all is just too stupid to be taken seriously. At least it sets up Freddy vs Jason!
Chris H (kr) wrote: While it may be more entertaining and action packed than the second film, The Karate Kid Part III is even sloppier and features some downright terrible acting. If your a fan of the series you can have some fun with this one but other than that the only reason to watch is the hilariously bad performances.
John M (ag) wrote: It's a mess but enjoyable. Despite being pretty misogynistic, the scope of the film is very "Bond" with lavish scenery, exploitation fight sequences and a memorable villain.
Jacob B (mx) wrote: Beowulf boasts great action, beautiful motion-capture computer-animation, stellar performances from its cast including a visually stunning Angelina Jolie in the role of Grendel's Mother resulting in another entertaining film from the mind of director Robert Zemeckis who improves over his last motion-capture CGI directorial effort, The Polar Express. However, note that some people will be surprised by how bloody and gory this film is in spite of earning a PG-13 rating in the US and a 12A rating in Britain. Did Zemeckis bribe the MPAA or were they watching the film when they were drunk and so, out of drunkenness, they accidentally submitted PG-13 instead of R and were too lazy to re-rate it on appeal? Whatever. A good motion-capture CGI movie. Not for little kids.
alex g (us) wrote: Great if you like Mexican action films have a look.
Juliano K (es) wrote: not funny, not scary, not twisting not thrilling, but a new way of putting all these magnificently together.