The Reunion (2011) - IMDb
Learn moreEditEdit Sam and Leo Cleary have grown up hating each other, and neither likes their juvenile delinquent kid brother, Douglas, to whom they've only recently been introduced. The sons share the same father, a womanizing drunk, but all have different mothers. Their father died a rich man and when they're brought together by their sister Nina to learn which of them will inherit the old man's fortune, they are handed an unpleasant surprise. A requirement of the will is that the three estranged siblings go into business together as bail bondsmen.
1 Nenokkadine Movie Review, Trailer, & Show timings at Times of India
Story:Gautham (Mahesh) is a rock star suffering from a mental disorder due to which he loses grip over reality. But he's convinced his parents were murdered by three men and his only goal is revenge. Movie Review: Hearsay had it that the movie was a rehashed adaptation of the Bourne series. We can assure you it isn't. That said, that said the film seems like an earnest attempt to fashion a spy thriller (in which the protagonist is in search of his true identity) to the dictates of the mainstream Tollywood potboiler template. We'll try to take you through the process of how a filmmaker looking to adapt a Hollywood thriller in Telugu would have to do.
Paheli (2005) - IMDb
3 wins & 17 nominations. See more awards » Learn moreEditEdit Parsimonious Bhanwarlal is a Bania (businessman) who lives in Navalgarh, Rajasthan, along with his wife; his sons Sunderlal and Kishanlal; Sunderlal is married to Gajrobai and has a son. During the annual camel race, Sunderlal loses the race to the Thakur and out of shame leaves home, never to return. Now Kishanlal has come of age and is married to Lachchi. But on the very next day of the marriage, he must leave for Jamnagar to expand business, and can return only after 5 years. A tearful Lachchi bids him goodbye, but to her pleasant surprise he returns within a few days, and informs his dad that he met a holy sage who had instructed him to return as he will find five gold coins every morning.
Can Elf's Jesusless Christmas Still Be Good?
"reviews of Love Actually, The Singing Detective, Anything but Love, The Matrix Revolutions, and Mystic River" Jeffrey Overstreet/ November 1, 2003 This week,Elf ,Love Actually , and thatMatrixflick are inspiring so much discussion that Film Forum will wait until next week to focus on the next potential blockbusters of the Oscar season. But if you're eager to get the scoop on Peter Weir'sMaster and Commander: The Far Side of the World , a spectacular and suspenseful high-seas adventure starring Russell Crowe and Paul Bettany, my full review of the film is posted here, and Michael Elliott's review is up at Movie Parables.
Raja Sen reviews Ready
Last updated on: June 03, 2011 18:13 IST Raja feelsReadydoesn't even try to make sense and therefore falls flat. Post YOUR reviews here! O ne of the most frequently repeated terms to describe and legitimise Bollywood's silliest products is "paisa vasool. " This patronising yet appreciative phrase denotes giving up, the person using the term confessing that while the film in question is harebrained and stupid, it may still end up a sequel-spawning behemoth at the box office. Salman Khan's recent films frequently fall into this category, lovers of the "paisa vasool" phrase gorging on the predictable mindlessness: a few rude gags, a few politically incorrect ones, each tragically unfunny, a sketchy plot that nevertheless must be spelt out in full, some sexist dialogue to the heroine, some random Sallu Bhai in-jokes, one climactically hyped moment of shirtlessness.
Review by : Suresh Starring Senthil, Ishara Direction Govindamurthy Music Vijay Ebenezer Production S Ambeth Kumar, A Ranjeev Menon Director Govindamurthy who made films like Karuppasamy Kuthagaidharar and Vedigundu Murugesan, is ready with his next Pappali. The film is a candy floss love story and thare were enough elements in it to woo youngsters. It is produced by S Ambeth Kumar and A Ranjeev Menon and written and directed by A Govindamurthy. Remember Senthil, who acted to fame in Saravanan Meenakshi. After doing prominent roles in Thavamai Thavamirunthu, Sengathu Bhoomiyile and Kanpesum Varthaigal, he takes to doing a solo hero role in Pappali.
Legion: "Chapter 6" Review - IGN
By Scott Collura Spoilers follow for this episode and the comics on which Legion is based. First up, congratulations to the Legion team on the news today that the show has been renewed for a second season. Noah Hawley will continue to serve as creator and executive producer on the show, which will hit in 2018 and no doubt be even crazier than Season 1 has been! As for tonight’s episode, I’m running out of different ways to say how stylish this show is, so let’s jump to a Star Trek analogy instead. “Chapter 6,” which is set almost entirely within the illusory world where David and his teammates are patients in Clockworks, is essentially Legion’s version of “The Naked Time.
Eight years ago, two talented young artists from Mexico—one a handsome star of Latin soaps, the other a promising filmmaker—got together and formed Metanoia Films, intent on making movies that reflected beauty and goodness in everyday life. 'Little Boy' Both men, actor Eduardo Verástegui and director Alejandro Monteverde, are Catholic, and while their faith certainly informed their filmmaking, they didn’t set out to make “faith-based films” or “Christian movies. ” Faith and spirit would be organic, as natural to real lives as brushing one’s teeth or driving to the office.
Absolute Zero Reviews & Ratings - IMDb
25 out of 28 people found the following review useful: Author: julioecolon from United States 26 November 2006 I like disaster films. It's comforting and entertaining to watch the world suffer imaginary cataclysmic events from the safety of one's couch. On the screen, everything goes kapow. Yet, the bowl of parmesan popcorn is within easy reach of my greedy paw and a cold beer froths in a mug. I sat through this film bored and annoyed, however. This is the kind of movie that begs the question: why make bad movies? Why go through the expense and the trouble when, given the effort, the results are so unaccountably awful? What is it exactly that propels unscrupulous producers, untalented directors, and third-rate actors to collaborate on cinematic ventures that never should have seen the light of day? Who makes the decisions to bring such aberrations to life and who stands the most to gain from them? Adam Sliwinski and Michael D.
The Tourist Movie Review & Film Summary (2010)
There’s a way to make a movie like "The Tourist," but Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck doesn’t find that way. Here is a romantic comedy crossed with a crime thriller, shot in Paris and Venice, involving a glamorous mystery woman and a math teacher from Wisconsin. The plot is preposterous. So what you need is a movie that floats with bemusement above the cockamamie, and actors who tease each other. As the mystery woman, Angelina Jolie does her darnedest. She gets the joke. Here is a movie in which she begins in a Paris cafe, eludes cops by dashing into the Metro, takes an overnight train to Venice, picks up a strange man (Johnny Depp) and checks them both into the Royal Danelli without one wrinkle on her dress or one hair out of place.