Yoddha The Warrior

Yoddha The Warrior

Yoddha The Warrior is a Bengali action historical-romance movie of 2014. The film is a remake of 2009 Telugu blockbuster movie Magadheera featuring Ram Charan Teja and Kajal Agarwal. The ...

Yoddha The Warrior is a Bengali action historical-romance movie of 2014. The film is a remake of 2009 Telugu blockbuster movie Magadheera featuring Ram Charan Teja and Kajal Agarwal. The ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Karen C (kr) wrote: Got to see a private screening and this is a terrific movie! Deep and thought provoking, it puts a spotlight on the clash of generations in the sixties, as Swede Levov's world unravels by his daughter's extreme views and actions. Well acted, with a real standout performance by Valorie Curry, who plays Rita Cohen. This movie has the substance so many films don't. Although set in the sixties, many of the themes addressed ring true today. You will leave the theatre talking about this movie for some time to come. I did.

David F (gb) wrote: Had no idea the level of complexity the MS test contained or the pressure associated for those who dare to achieve the MS goal. Torment, brutal self doubt and to blind taste 6 wines that can change their flavor structure with ambient temp and oxidation...my hats off to those who are brave enough to enter that ring. An eye opening and emotional roller coaster of 4 brave people who aspire to enter a very exclusive club.

Crusader (de) wrote: I paid little attention to the death of Lana Clarkson or Phil Spector's trials when these events were happening. I didn't have much expectation for the film, but when Helen Mirren won Screen Actors Guild award for Outstanding Actress - Film or Miniseries, I decided to keep an open mind and watch the film.Thrilled with the film and it was simply marvelous. The acting by Al Pacino (Phil Spector) and Mirren (attorney Linda Baden) were extremely convincing. The writing is also excellent.

Jesse B (nl) wrote: Weeeiiiirrrrddd Corporate Conspiracy meets Sci Fi action thriller. I think Val Kilmer must really be desperate for work or he really regrets this. He doesnt even look anything like pictured on the cover. What do I think of Cuba Gooding as the lead? ehh could have been worse. Its a stand against capitalism ,even though movies are in general very commercialized. After seeing a head explode in the first minuet and a half of the movie, you would expect cheap thrills and shocking violence to be more fluent, but they werent, so cheers for that. Still I think the plot could use some polish and revising.

Pablo G (fr) wrote: 3.6/5Bronson is Refns take on a Clockwork Orange kind of story that more than often forgets its own narrative cohesiveness and lacks the balance and inspiration of the former. However, brilliant acting and directing help to make this a more than worthy story of britains most dangerous prisioner with remarkable style.

Anne V (ag) wrote: Kolya's director's middle late life crisis. Not bad.

Jose C (gb) wrote: This movie was long but it went by fast though, one awesome movie, can watch this one over and over again, i would like to have special powers that some of these people have, one awesome movie

Alex H (ag) wrote: i honestly didn't really care for this film to be honest. I have no doubt that Hitch remade it. i felt the film could've been much better than it was, especially with Hitchcock. i hope the James Stewart and Doris Day version is better.

Greg W (ru) wrote: good noir from the 2nd cycle

Kevin C (ag) wrote: Sooo much heart. Christopher Plummer is exceptional.

CJ C (es) wrote: Not as good the 1st time I saw it as a kid. Definitely needs more effects.

David A (it) wrote: It starts off good, but once the whole mystery spectacle ends, we are left with James Stewart being crazily obsessed with Kim Novak. "Vertigo" might not be one of Hitchcock's masterpieces, but it is certainly one of his greatest efforts. He deserves a high five for creating the "dolly zoom" effect when James Stewart was dangling on the edge of the roof. The story might be ridiculous for today's standards, but that's what's wrong with today's films: they're not as open minded or creative as they used to back then. The ending was definitely a big twist, which superbly demonstrates Hitchcock's ability as a suspenseful storyteller.