Aa Dinagalu is a story about the underworld which was supposed to have existed in the city of Bengaluru in 1986. In the film Agni Shridhar narrates the preview as story of Kotwal Ramachandra era (1975) coincidentally with declaration of emergency by Indira Gandhi, which led to grooming of M.P.Jayaraj as the uncrowned don of Bengaluru mostly working with Knives, Sickles, Longs for terrorising people. Eventually he seems to have got jailed for contempt of court for 10 years. When he returns in 1985, after the death of Indira Gandhi he finds Kotwal Ramachandra to have taken his spot. In this backdrop how a love story ( for which Bengaluru was famous once- having a lot of suicide spots even now) finds its place has been screened.
Stefano S (us) wrote: The concept is not so bad, though the acting is not emotional at all and the fighting scenes are repetitive and extremely boring to the point they become laughable.
De D (au) wrote: Divertissant mais sans plus , on sourit quelques fois ,mais cela reste insuffisant au vue du casting.
Hank M (kr) wrote: A laugh out loud comedy. I personally think that it was underrated, but critics usually don't like Adam Sandler movies. 70%
Ed C (it) wrote: I LOVE this movie, the action is intense, the humor is great, its a lot of fun, the movie moves at a good pace, it's not just a mindless action flick, it has a story behind it it with a nice mix of sci fi. Feels a lot like a cross between Terminator and Body Snatchers, almost like Men in Black, before Men in Black, except its a lot better, and very underrated, a classic for sure.
AlphabetsAndNumerals (fr) wrote: how do u rate such documentaries?
Nicole i (us) wrote: I really liked this one.
Kelsy E (gb) wrote: Wow. Amazing movie. A simple, touching story. Honest. Incredibly moving. And it's a home-grown Canadian film - go Canada!
Cameron M (mx) wrote: although, i didnt completely understand this film, i enjoyed it..
Arash B (gb) wrote: Kinda disappointing because my expectations were high But It's entertaining
Lam H (us) wrote: a vietnamese movie. cinematography by Mark Lee Ping-Bin who also did 'in the mood for love.' beautiful moving picture. mum..and my favourite scene is the food preparing scene..
Paula K (es) wrote: Some people rave about this film - I was not blown away by it, but it was definitely worth watching.
Michael K (de) wrote: A insightful pro-pot documentary in the same vein as the later 'The Union' film on the BC pot industry and American government myths regarding hemp/marijuana. This film focuses specifically on the government myths and misconceptions, as well as a look on America's defunct 'War on Drugs' and it's UTTER failure to discourage pot use in the USA.
Dilnawa K (us) wrote: Very over-rated film.
Calvin C (ag) wrote: Steven Spielberg's first big screen movie and it is an exciting true story about a fugitive couple on the run trying to get their son. This is "Thelma & Louise" before "Thelma & Louise". This is when Spielberg was still fearless with his directing and found humor in serious situations. The ending is very downbeat which Spielberg doesn't really do anymore. Still, a fun, entertaining cross country chase.Grade: B+
James H (ru) wrote: Godard at his most pretentious and least subtle, and still makes for a fascinating film. While a narrative is still there, it takes a back seat to what is basically an essay of ideology and politics, but the film still has a great deal of striking visuals and is expertly constructed.
Wiebke K (kr) wrote: Quirky murder mystery with the highlight being Alastair Sim as Inspector Cockrill. And, as this is set in a WWII hospital, one also gets a little sense of the cutting edge technologies of the time.
Aaron W (au) wrote: Forced to watch this adaptation of Tempest as a requirement for a course. An interesting interpretation.
Greg W (us) wrote: ok but silent shakespeare? kinda defeats the purpose
Lindsay R (it) wrote: What's more terrifying than imagining the unthinkable? This movie makes the audience sit in front of the credits wondering why they are feeling so shaky.
Matt H (nl) wrote: Good non cheesy horror it works