Three Kings is a 2011 Malayalam spoof caper film directed by V. K. Prakash and starring Jayasurya, Kunchacko Boban, Indrajith, Samvrutha Sunil, Ann Augustine and Sandhya . The film has been inspired from Stanley Kramer's 1963 classic It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Three unemployed men discover the map to an unearthed treasure... And thus begins a funny description of how they reach their destiny
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Ahmed M (kr) wrote: While the idea of the movie is a copy of a Hollywood movie, Dil Bole Hadippa still lacks in a realistic or interesting story supported by average performances.
Ed C (mx) wrote: One sentence summary: Sugar additive meant to cause addiction causes violent monsters instead.--------- Manufacturer Braylon, who owns the Just Rite Sugar Company, hires biochemist Sergei to design a food additive to increase consumer return rate. Instead, the additive changes human test subjects into overactive and voracious mutants. 'Nothing is going to derail our plans.' That is a clear indication that stated plans will fail, and there will be lots of collateral damage. During the first half of this film, the human test subjects are only kidnapped and maltreated, and a few are murdered, namely the ones who escape. Experimentation is still going on. During the second half of the film, the breakthrough in the sugar additive is made, and the monsters start being created. What started as purely chemical research somehow has a viral element. Griff, Erin, and Sykes find Ryan and attempt to escape with him. Then the violence really starts. The cavalry arrives to exterminate anything living to contain the outbreak before it spreads to the general uninfected population.----Scores---- Cinematography: 0/10 I've seen 70k budget films with two levels of camera work better than this. Dark, fuzzy, grainy, low contrast. The daytime footage is almost as bad. Much of it looks like bad telephone capture. Lousy CGI for blowing up the lab. Sound: 4/10 OK some of the time, hollow and poor too much of the time. Irritating incidental music. Acting: 2/10 Michael Ironside and Steven Bauer were competent, but most of the others delivered performances like those in a bad high school play. Erin is supposed to be Griff's daughter, but she looks like his older sister. Brilliant casting. Screenplay: 1/10 Almost all the film is a flashback that does not include the only two competent actors: brilliant. The jokes are non-witty and flat. How this many murders committed in open daylight would not be noticed is hard to figure. The interaction between Erin and her father was unconvincing. Ryan getting kidnapped and held for days without being noticed is absurd. Motivation? Try another film. Business logic? Forget that too.
Shannon R (ca) wrote: Pretty much a rehash of the first. Terrible writing but fun musical numbers. It is schlocky and the characters go through little development. It is of equal quality to the first one.
Keriann M (es) wrote: Not a fan of musicals but I loved every part of this movie! Amy Adams was the perfect fit for this roll she is always amazing.
Bill B (ag) wrote: A very silly-assed movie, completely tongue in cheek with liberal amounts of nudity, it was actually worth a giggle.This would be great for a party and a case of beer on a weekend, heckled with a group of friends.Rental!
Natacia K (nl) wrote: lou diamond phillips is still in movies? really?
Chuck F (es) wrote: Ugh... 85 minutes of my life that I will never get back. I love B-Flicks, I enjoy cheezy horror at times as well, but Good Goddess! Anyway, glad it was on cable and I didn't pay anything (directly) to see it.
Patrick Y (ag) wrote: Great performances all around and a slow second act (and thriller typical third act) away from being an amazing character piece.
Sharlene S (gb) wrote: This movie was alrght. Quite dragging. There was a build to the plot, but I feel that there was too much detail involved. However, the scenery was beautiful and parts of the movie were a little clever. The ending was really good, unexpected I might say. You have to really want to watch this movie in order to see it through all the way.