Yes Your Honour

Yes Your Honour

Advocate Ravishankar works as a junior under the cunning lawyer, Venugopal, who is also rude. One day, Ravishankar beats up Venugopal and quits his job. He then fights for a murder case against Venugopal representing the opposite party.

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Yes Your Honour torrent reviews

Adrian S (ag) wrote: Fifty Shades Of Grey, done Japanese gonzo style!!! Although I haven't watched the former (which seems to play the S&M theme straight and in a flaky mainstream romance kinda way), I'm pretty sure this S&M realist-fantasy send-up offers more, errr, bite, chuckles and winces. As with most zany Japanese flicks, R100 oozes an abundance of creative juice (yes, there're literally spit-loads of that on-screen) and will send you into a tizzy with its pure unfettered and unapologetic bizarreness that'd have made early Takashi Miike proud. Add to the mix is a smorgasbord of S&M hijinks, characters who're bonkers and a metafictional sub-plot about what makes crowd-pleasing cinema (that should please cineastes). But the most surprising aspect of R100 is its surprisingly poignant core story that charts the dull monotonous life of a lonely Japanese salaryman who also happens to be a single parent and has a comatose wife. Devoid of love, numbed by a monotonous life and self-reproachful of his family's tribulations, he seeks "pain" to make himself feel alive once again. These humdrum sequences are aptly shot in dull monochromatic washed-out hues, which also cleverly work in service to the seedy S&M aspects of the plot. Although R100 offers nothing too deep to mull about, its impish and unpredictable plot is a hoot! If you're up for a fun crazy movie and are totally open-minded, this is it! If you're a virgin to Japanese gonzo cinema, this movie will, ahem, whip you up to speed and errr, show you the ropes!

William T (jp) wrote: This movie is a "must see" for all sci-fi fans!

Net S (ru) wrote: Strange little movie.....not much dialogue and very French in its weirdness!

Nicolas E (us) wrote: cute romantic comedy

Gavin M (de) wrote: An interesting film with a great premise, good acting, and it's beautiful to look at. The scenes with Jude Law are the best, but I found most of the rest of the film to be underwritten and a bit underwhelming. Worth checking out though, but mostly just for Wong Kar Wai fans.

Angela M (br) wrote: Funny! Anthony Anderson preached the truth in this movie

Willie M (nl) wrote: outstanding story about love and not giving up on your dreams...

Brad W (de) wrote: Sufficiently weird enough to keep in my film library.

gary t (kr) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch.....its got a really good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie....i think that anne bancroft, anthony hopkins, b.j penn, judi dench, jean de baer, goran reljic, keith jardine, lyoto machida, maurice denham play good roles/parts throughout this movie........ i think that the director of this romance/drama/true story had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.....i think that this is a good movie 2 watch with a good cast throughout this movie n its a good movie

Lee M (kr) wrote: It is such a mixture of passion, humor, hindsight, prophecy, prejudice, reaction, hate, prejudice, bigotry, and uncompromised social exploitation that the fact that it's not a very well-made movie, and is seldom convincing as melodrama, is almost beside the point. Almost.

Lauree K (ru) wrote: This was not nearly racy enough. I thought of dozens of ways in which blood could have been put to better use; but no, there were merely a few smearings around the lips, wall-trickling, and splatters on the assassin's face when the vampire gets it in the eye.


Flo M (es) wrote: An old classic and a must-see! :D

Zachary M (us) wrote: : It has to be one of the most nothing biopics I've seen in a long while. Ray Charles's musical talent is unrivaled and will rightfully go down in history. This movie though, with so many other biopics out there on actors, sports athletes, and other musicians, this feels like it's just there. Not harmful, just there for the sake of being there.