Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!

Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!

Recently released from a mental hospital, Ricky ties up Marina, a film star he once had sex with and keeps her hostage.

Just released from a mental hospital, Ricky decides to start a new life and find the last memory about his parents. Having no way to approach Marina, porn star he once had sex with, he kidnaps her and tries to convince her to be his wife. Once she realizes that he will do everything for her, will she accept his feeling or still find a way to escape from him? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Sharon S (kr) wrote: Decent movie & actors, nice love story.

Michal P (kr) wrote: Educative and thought-ptovoking, feels almost like a documentary.

Siva k (ru) wrote: Billa 2 (2012) Rating: 2.5/5 | Just Satisfactory Genre: Action & Drama Billa 2 is filled with guns and bullet's noise penetrating the ears, including the aggressive action sequences and purports glamour with a parade of at least 30 Item Hot Girls - lifting the "A" certified stamp in the theater. The screenplay and the context of the story is wearing less identity than the item girls - hot clothes bumped in the film. Ajith's performance is typical, smart, spontaneous and also conventionalized as usual the dialogues are lesser than the belly guns in hand - talking with the bullets and firing. Director 'Chakri Toleti' has technically made the film better than Billa 1, but it doesn't mean that he has directed well. Very poor narrative and direction found in the film. Technically speaking Billa 2 was made well, with the good production crew members and in particular cinematography was impressive. Vishnu Varadhan's view of Billa 1 principles are totally engraved with aggressive settings of David Billa and his unfulfilled history. David Billa's every moment, even every second was ripped and carved shot by shot from Brain De Palma's 1983 American crime film "Scarface". The two Tamil language films, directed by Chakri Toleti (Unnaipol Oruvan and Billa 2) both are barely being adapted from the foreign movies. Ajith fans longing for a better movie nostalgia will continue to emanate. Billa 2: A parade of Action and Glamour. Siva / July 2012

Marta R (jp) wrote: Found this film very endearing....

Abe L (nl) wrote: This was an awesome movie.

Phil S (us) wrote: Despite my love of Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne, Savage Grace feels like little more than perverse voyeurism.

Mark P (ag) wrote: Favorite Zhang Yimou film, unfortunately still on VHS.

Blake C (kr) wrote: This movie is perfect. There's not a thing I would change about it.

Patric C (au) wrote: An interesting idea, but leaves much to be desired. It may have its moments of creepiness but it also adds surrealist ending that doesn't fit and ends up detracting from the film

Michael T (au) wrote: Nice blend of humor and drama.

Jack S (it) wrote: Inferior to the Japanese original, however goofy and thrilling none the less.

jay n (fr) wrote: the katharine hepburn version is better but this is still worth checking out