Aa Gaya Hero

Aa Gaya Hero

An Ideal fearless cop becomes a nightmare for law breakers.The film revolves around a fearless cop, ACP Ravindra Varma (Govinda) who lays down a unique plan to nab the local goons by putting up a play act. He calls his technique, Abhinay Chakra. Through the film, we see him con goons and corrupt politicians into accepting their crimes by indulging them in fake situations.

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Elisa G (au) wrote: Watched it for Krasinski and that was basically all there was to it really.

Julian A (fr) wrote: Pedantic, pseudo-intellectual fodder.

Pamela D (ca) wrote: Tasteless and ugly, this movie is the pits. This is an anti-recommendation. AVOID AT ALL COSTS!!!This was a misguided attempt to make a David Lynch style slasher film of all things. It's pure crap. A stupid, nonsensical, idiotic movie. Poorly written, directed, and acted. Thoroughly despicable, scum of the earth, Generation X retards nihilistically rampage and babble incoherently, making us want to machine gun them on general principles. As guests at a friend's family's country estate, they continue acting like the retards they are. (Sorry for the politically incorrect language; I realize I am doing retards everywhere an injustice by comparing them to these egregiously uncouth movie characters.) Bad French rap "music" (the worst kind) plays almost continuously in the background. A plethora of gross-out humor adds to the boredom as nothing happens, and more nothing happens, and absolutely nothing continues to happen for a good hour into the movie. Then later, nothing happens that is particularly memorable or scary, other than some stupid slashing, and deliberate weirdness for the sake of being weird. David Lynch would not be impressed.Viewers and critics are raving on about this film like it is Citizen Kane, crying "Genius! Genius!" and pretending this stupid waste of money is some kind of great art. Well, it isn't. It's a piece of shit. I could tell from the first frame that it was going to be a piece of shit and I was right. This turkey was even more idiotic than American Pie and There's Something About Mary crossed with a Spike Lee movie, a Troma production, and a Lady Gaga video. I am tired of having my time and money wasted by slop like this. There wasn't even any good fucking in it. And that's a shame because I spent most of the movie fantasizing about what I think would be a wonderful marriage; cast member Leila Bekhti, a roofie cocktail, some velvet restraints, and my black-light illuminated root cellar -a combination of elements, which paired with my slavering, perverted lust would have made for a profane and debased degeneracy far more elevated, refined, edifying, wrought with greater artistic and cultural redeemability than this foul roadapple of a movie. As an alternative to wasting my time and money renting and watching this joke, I would have had a more enjoyable experience being kidnapped, tied up on a dirty mattress under a bare light bulb, accordingly degraded by being force-fed spoiled picante sauce, ejaculated upon by a gang of insane, Richard Nixon-masked, escaped convicts, and rectally sodomized by Blue Velvet's Frank Booth while Slaughtered Vomit Dolls (a much better movie) plays sideways and unfocused on the wall from a knocked-over projector. At least I might have had an orgasm. (Maybe several.)And that's all I have to say about that As you were.

Austin G (it) wrote: While not being one of the best live-action Disney movie ever put on the big screen, Freaky Friday serves up some good laughs and has enough heart to make it worth your while.

Jennifer R (ca) wrote: Love this movie but I can't find it on DVD

Debra B (es) wrote: If you like Jean-Claude Van Damme that you will enjoy the movie. I do and I did.

Kris W (es) wrote: "A Completely Cool, Multi-Purpose Movie." Talking Heads' ringleader David Byrne makes his directorial debut in this charming low-key musical montage about the mythical town of Virgil, Texas, where the lives of many of its eccentric citizens are exposed. He meets various colorful local characters, most notably Lewis Fyne (Goodman), a big-hearted bachelor in search of matrimony. Also features Swoosie Kurtz and Spalding Gray. It was co-written with the great character actor Stephen Tobolowsky. Narrator: What time is it? No time to look back. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Miss Rollings: It's like how hot dogs come in packs of 10, and buns come in packs of eight or 12 - you have to buy nine packs to make it come out even. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Narrator: I really enjoy forgetting. When I first come to a place, I notice all the little details. I notice the way the sky looks. The color of white paper. The way people walk. Doorknobs. Everything. Then I get used to the place and I don't notice those things anymore. So only by forgetting can I see the place again as it really is. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Narrator: I have something to say about the difference between American and European cities. But I've forgotten what it is. I have it written down at home somewhere. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Louis Fyne: I'm a dancing fool. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Narrator: This isn't a rental car - it's privately owned. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Louis Fyne: I'm 6'3", and maintain a very consistent panda bear shape. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Narrator: You know, things that never had names before are now easily described. Makes conversation easier. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Narrator: Look! I personally believe... I can see Fort Worth from here. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Louis Fyne: Like the song says, it's a scientific lifestyle. Narrator: Hmm. I don't know that one. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Kay Culver: Be sexy in business. Be successful at night. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Earl Culver: Mainframe. Microprocessor. Semiconductor! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Kay Culver: Shopping is a feeling. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Narrator: Excuse me, Mr. Culver. I forget what these peppers represent. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Narrator: Look at this. Who can say it isn't beautiful? Sky, bricks. Who do you think lives there? Four-car garage. Hope, fear, excitement, satisfaction. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Louis Fyne: This place is filled with women. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Narrator: Metal buildings are the dream that Modern Architects had at the beginning of this century. It has finally come true, but they themselves don't realize it. That's because it doesn't take an Architect to build a metal building. You just order them out of a catalog - comes with a bunch of guys who put it together in a couple of days, maybe a week. And there you go - you're all set to go into business - just slap a sign out front. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Narrator: Some people say 'Freeways are the Cathedrals of our time'. Not me. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Earl Culver: Here's a field... take a look out. Picture a house... Picture a lot of houses. What else is a field good for but building houses?

Scott A (mx) wrote: Pretty much more of the same, as the kids are older now, and better actors, and they return to Earth for a vacation and someone get mixed up with the one man on the planet looking to make mind control a moneymaker. Well, naturally he finds the boy and uses him for his tests.This time the villains are played by bigger names, Lee and Davis, but they are hamming it up pretty badly here. Davis' teeth are the scariest thing in the movie: they are so yellow I thought she had a gold grill going!!!Like I said, the kid actors, as the girl finds a bunch of local street rats to help her find her brother, are much improved here.As are the special effects, as I didn't see any wires this time. The spaceship looked awful, but the 'fixing the van' scene was pretty impressive.These films were just not for me. I'd much rather see more of their kind on Witch Mountain, or wherever they keep going back to in the end.

jay n (ca) wrote: Political drama of the initial Cuban upheaval pre-1933. Shown from the vantage point of the revolutionaries and their plot to overthrow the oppressive government in one fell swoop this is an unusual film for it's time period in that it doesn't shrink away from stating that the freedom workers might have to take innocent lives to acheive their goals. Huston's direction is assured and Garfield and Roland acquit themselves well but the picture is marred by two things. First is the overly obvious rear projection shots that occure throughtout the film and the larger problem that Jones is miscast in a part that would have fit Katy Jurado like a glove. She seems neither gritty enough, she is consistently glamourous even when digging beneath a cemetery!!, nor even remotely Cuban to be believable. Not a bad film just flawed.

Greg J (fr) wrote: Just for disclaimer I love this movie series. However, I recognize it is a horrible movie franchise.

Grant H (au) wrote: Advice: Just jump. Scene.

David G (mx) wrote: Good movie. It was Tom Cruise's second movie.

Tom B (es) wrote: I'm so disappointed. Wasn't this suppose to be the cult conclusion to a blockbuster trilogy back in the eighties? I waited thirty years and have no regrets. Even for 1985, this is cheesy. I thought I was watching Peter Pan for thirty minutes. ROAD WARRIOR is so much better and the original MAD MAX is excused for having a pre-1980 release date without any prior expectations. It may not be completely THUNDERDOME's fault that it appears to be such a horrible film (if watched for the first time in 2016). About 10,000 movies have copied themes from this, so I guess that sort of destroys any original experience one hopes to achieve by watching it. Tina Turner didn't help the situation either...