Yugapurushan

Yugapurushan

The film was in the making for more than fifteen years.[1] Sukumaran says this movie was a childhood ambition, a destiny. His devotion to Sree Narayana Guru is what promted him to make this movie. Over 2000 hand drawn images constitute the story board. Mohanlal was initially cast as "Swami Vivekananda", a cameo role in the movie which comes in the flashback, but later on withdrew from the movie due to problems with his shooting dates. The cast includes some of the best in the Malayalam movie industry.

The film was in the making for more than fifteen years.[1] Sukumaran says this movie was a childhood ambition, a destiny. His devotion to Sree Narayana Guru is what promted him to make this movie. Over 2000 hand drawn images constitute the story board. Mohanlal was initially cast as "Swami Vivekananda", a cameo role in the movie which comes in the flashback, but later on withdrew from the movie due to problems with his shooting dates. The cast includes some of the best in the Malayalam movie industry. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Abdulai A (us) wrote: Cormac McCarthy is one of the best American modern writers

Dylan R (fr) wrote: good film about musicians willing to risk it all for their music in their country Iran where its forbidden. It does a great job of showing you the indie rock scene the filmmakers created in the film and also how the indie rock scene probably really is in their country

John S (mx) wrote: This is really a touching , and funny comedy romance. Worth seeing!

Trish C (au) wrote: Very well done. Very true to life. Excellent acting by all, but especially Fields and Chaplin.

Amit Z (de) wrote: underestimated gem. A unique and pretty hidden cinematic experience. Gotta love them sheep :) And of course a relationship unfolding in ways I thought were only possible in literature.

John A (jp) wrote: Citizens Are On Patrol, In The 4th Entry To The Series. David Spade Features In An Early Role. Also Features Tony Hawk

Rob V (us) wrote: Oh my god, this is a terrible film that attempts to cash in on the cannibal horror film genre of the 70's and 80's. Bad acting, bad dialogue, and not very good special effects. Big load of dinosaur crap!

David I (ca) wrote: Needs more car scenes that made the first two so awesome, instead of the last 5 minutes. Disappointing movie.

Branden W (au) wrote: I first saw this film in an actual theatrical setting at the Silent Movie Theatre in Los Angeles, in a private screening with friends, and it has been subconsciously implanted in my mind ever since. This dramatization of John Christie truly captures the disturbing nature of his story. An elite (if not the very best) serial killer depiction.

Allen G (nl) wrote: Sure it's weird but it's conventional for Herzog- worth watching for the great moments rather than the overall experience which can be testing at times. Not Herzog's best but certainly packed with those oddly-haunting moments that Herzog is so fond of. This one isn't for animal lovers, or people concerned about the safety of the actors involved- there are several cringe-worthy moments where it seems like an actor is about to die, and Herzog's carefree nature is on full display. Looking in to the making of the film, one actor actually almost did die-twice. So there, it's not just the animals that got harmed. The plot is remarkably simple and is kind of like Lord Of The Flies if Golding had written it while on some strange mushrooms he found in a forest somewhere. It's not much of a horror for the most part but the genuine dangers surrounding the cast along with the animals being killed off one by one (that poor, poor monkey- great scene though!) do give it the necessary edge to earn the title. It's a fairly funny film though, mostly because people with dwarfism make awesome noises when they laugh, it's the truth. The surrealism of the whole thing too- I've just never seen that many small people, be that angry, all at once... or something... I dunno, I kind of wanted to join in at first but I'm not sure my body would fit in any of the camera shots plus things get a little out of hand, eh? It's a strange and wacky film that has some substance too and that alone is enough but it pushes its length and it's only about 90 minutes long so the lengthy shots didn't always add to the film here and some plot progression would have made the experience more seamless. A must-see for Herzog fans and worth-watching for the unique shots. If you're after the full movie experience though, rather than following the madness just to witness the spectacle, then you should probably avoid this one.

Scott R (br) wrote: A surprising historical story that I knew nothing about. An Italian Zepplin that went to the North Pole, only to be wrecked and its crew stranded makes for an interesting story. Then to tell it from the prespective of the captain looking retrospectively was interesting as he put himself on trial against his imaginary peers was creative. The speech at the end was interesting about who and what leaders are, and that when you become a leader you no longer can be human if you want to be successful. For when you do you compromise your judgement. It did lack though with engaging me past the building of the Red Tent. Many of the decisions made seemed rash and illogical. Then again these may have been the exact actions of the crew historically, and for that it can be excused. Additionally, many of the character embellishments were irelevant and for that I also lost interest. Connery being heralded as the main draw was over exagerating his relatively small role as Amundsen, he is only in the last half of the movie after a one minute shot in the beginning. The real lead was Kruger.

Albert A (fr) wrote: One of my all time favorite Bergman films, and in my opinion the best of his religious trilogy.

Alan V (fr) wrote: Gloriously bad, but fun in a room full of people.

Jeff K (nl) wrote: Kept me on the edge. Good movie but did Clooney seem just a bit too casual?

YUNG S (es) wrote: Love this movie it's one of Arnold's best.