Tied Red Thread

Tied Red Thread

During 1945 and some months before the outbreak of the Greek Civil War paramilitary groups terrorize and kill leftists in a Greek village.

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Eshan W (br) wrote: Sensitively handled by Hansal Mehta, Shahid is a modern day society shocker ! Supported by top-notch ensemble cast. It's amazingly written from beginning to end. Well it does get a bit lost but only a bit. It's hard to say much about this movie as it's so beautiful made with heart. A true tribute to Late Mr. Shahid Azmi. His biopic couldn't have been better than this.

Neal B (gb) wrote: People said that no-one could make a better Don than the man himself, Amitabh Bachchan. However, I would like to disagree. Shahrukh is the only actor of todays time that could ever make it better than the original. His style, charisma and witty remarks make it all the more appealing. Farhan Akhtar's superb directing made this film epic! There are no gaps, no over-the-top parts and surprisingly, no dancing.. Don and Roma's love/hate relationship is also great to watch and you can sense the sizzling chemistry between Shahrukh and Priyanka! I'm desperately waiting for a Don 3: The King Takes Over ;) 10/10 for sure. It would be an insult to compare these movies to other standard Bollywood movies, as Don 2 is - in my opinion - better than most, if not every, Hollywood action/thriller I've seen. Farhan, we're waiting :)

Jim P (gb) wrote: Good solid film with full-blooded characters with universal indentifiabilty...a hair long for it's own good, it still is one of those rare flicks that makes you think. Photography as absolutely stunning!

Ian M (br) wrote: I guess I'm in the minority with this one. I loved this as a kid and watched it again recently and it's still enjoyable. Maybe nostalgia?

Justin T (de) wrote: A lot of well acted characters in a story. Some funny moments, some sad moments, an alright film.

Reno V (nl) wrote: "NO ONE SLEEPS WHEN MESSING WITH COFFY" - 'Coffy' is a 1973 blaxploitation film starring the incredible Pam Grier (Jackie Brown, Ghosts From Mars). In this drugs, sex and violence themed movie we see how a black woman is on a quest for revenge. The dark setting, the 70s music and the uncalled for nudity make this 'Coffy' stand out as one of the most known films in black cinema. It formed as inspiration for some of Quentin Tarantino's masterpieces. Next to Grier, there's actor Sid Haig (House of 1000 Corpses). Get ready for Coffy; she make you (s)cream! After her young sister got addicted to drugs and is now in a rehab clinic, nurse 'Coffy' Coffin (Grier) uses her sexuality to get to the drug dealer and make him pay. In the meantime Coffy's boyfriend is planning to run for Congress. One day, as she is arriving at the clinic she works, she gets harassed by a man. Luckily for her, policeman Carter happens to be around and helps her out. He is an old boyfriend of hers. When two mobsters break into his house and beat Carter half to death for busting drug dealers, Coffy is determined to continue her vigilante work and kill the drug lords. She infiltrates the gang posing as a prostitute...

Neville P (jp) wrote: love triangle between two brothers

Gil J (fr) wrote: Fun! Beautiful scenes!

Ricky T (mx) wrote: Not as great as other Connery 007 entries but an improvement over "You Only Live Twice."

Yithak S (ca) wrote: Overall, I enjoyed this one very much - but it felt like it could have been so much more... Brie and Sudeikis are great as the leads. Mantzukas and the criminally-underused Andrea Savage were very good in supporting roles, but: the Amanda Peet subplot felt tacked on, the great Adam Scott felt very tropey as the quasi-villian, and the resolution felt very forced. All-in-all: could/should have been better, but I still did enjoy it immensly; my liking for the 3 main actors might have something to do with it - it just worked for me, despite all the flaws.