Alibhai

Alibhai

Alibhai (Mohanlal) is the King "Dadha" of Palayam market, Kozhikode. He is the unquestionable hero in that area and savior of the poor and downtrodden. In his past, Alibhai had some bad experiences with his devils Siddique and Aryaman. They wanted to drive out Alibhai from the market and build a shopping mall with the help of local politicians.

Alibhai (Mohanlal) is the King "Dadha" of Palayam market, Kozhikode. He is the unquestionable hero in that area and savior of the poor and downtrodden. In his past, Alibhai had some bad experiences with his devils Siddique and Aryaman. They wanted to drive out Alibhai from the market and build a shopping mall with the help of local politicians. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Cris E (ru) wrote: Was it a great movie, no.But it's a comedy and I laughed...a lot!

Natalie W (fr) wrote: I think the moshi movie was great especially because I like moshi monsters and I collect most of the stuff:)

Huw G (fr) wrote: Many layers, some inspiring, most bleak. Cautiously optimistic.

The Movie W (fr) wrote: Released in 3D in Italian cinemas, Argento's 'Dracula' is quietly hitting DVD and Blu-Ray shelves in most other parts of the world. Closely following the plot of the novel, Jonathan Harker (Ugalde), is summoned to the home of Count Dracula (Kretschmann) to oversee a real estate transaction. Once there he is attacked by the Count and a horny, and exceptionally busty, female vampire (the novel had three but I guess the budget didn't stretch that far). Harker's wife Mina (Gastini), it turns out, is the reincarnation of a former lover of Dracula. To combat all this blood-sucking madness, renowned vampire hunter Van Helsing (Hauer) must employ his unique skills.Some directors, especially those involved in the horror genre, just don't age well, producing one "Oh Granddad!" moment after another. There's none more guilty of this than Argento. I can't think of another film-maker whose career provides such contrasting quality from his early work to his recent turkeys. His last two films ('Mother of Tears' and 'Giallo') scaled new levels of ineptitude yet somehow he's managed to reach yet another nadir with his latest. Argento has sadly become a director whose work only a mater suspiriorum could love.The story stays relatively faithful to the original Stoker text but, on practically every level, this is an absolute travesty. Shot on the cheapest looking digital format and employing matte paintings that seem to have been composed by a child, visually the film resembles those BBC children's productions from the seventies, but with neither the charm nor the excuses of that era. The CG on display here would look dated in an early nineties PC game, never mind a 2013 release. The terrible dialogue, combined with atrocious dubbing, makes competent actors like Hauer and Kretschmann look like idiots.It pains me to slate a once great talent, the man who gave us nightmares with genre classics like 'Suspiria' and 'Profondo Rosso', but please Dario, retire. Oh Granddad!

Lisa H (ca) wrote: The only redeeming quality of this film, and likely it's sole purpose for even being made, would be the kill scenes. The writing is godawful, the acting is barely better than porn acting, and there are so many plot holes and incongruous time frames that 85 minutes became the longest 85 minutes of my life. I like "bad" movies, but this one is just straight up bad with no quotes.

Sam M (kr) wrote: The cinematography manages to capture the feel of the 1900-era that we modern people see only through old photographs and silent films, and the sacrifices made by the older generation. Acting is certainly amazing. This is Swedish film making at it's best

Jake A (nl) wrote: Good lead cast (play off each other really well), interesting and twisting plot, good score and a really well played out finale make this an entertaining thriller if a bit obvious and slow moving.

Matt D (jp) wrote: "Is it safe?!"Crusty old Nazis, hidden switch blades, torture scenes, a ridiculous 70s score, and a ripped Dustin Hoffman. What more could you want?

Mary H (de) wrote: There isn't as much witty reparte between Nick and Nora as the previous three, but it is still a good mystery, and guess what, I finally guessed the murderer by thinking of the person I wouldn't suspect.

Joshua L (ru) wrote: A little fucked up and a little boring but Pacino puts on a nice subtle but funny performance.

Jackie M (au) wrote: I really enjoyed this even if it made me cry. Drew Barrymore and Toni Collette have good friendship chemistry and I wonder if the hang in real life. Very sad in the end. Blah.