Arundhati

Arundhati

Arundhati (Anushka) belongs to Gadwal samsthanam in 1920’s. She is known for her bravery in saving the Samstanam by killing Pasupathi (Sonu Sood) an evildoer. But the spirit of Pasupathi haunts that place. Another girl is born in the same lineage after 3 generations and she is named as Arundhati. The spirit of Pasupati is after Arundhati to take the revenge.

A brave queen battles an evil mystic. Three generations later, he comes back to haunt the queen's ancestors. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Scott B (ag) wrote: Despite liberties being taken with the story, An Adventure in Space and Time is a heartfelt and emotional tribute to the greatest science fiction show ever made.

Brian B (es) wrote: I could only watch half an hour of this because I like to think that Southerners are not paint-eating imbeciles with marginal intellects...

Alex R (it) wrote: Alexander offers solid visuals, action sequences and costumes, but its characters feel hollow and synthetic.

David H (nl) wrote: A bit too drug induced for my taste. I get the idea that they have perverted the purpose of the puzzle box which enrages Pinhead but its not as strong as the other films have been.

Robert H (us) wrote: I like this. Sorry?

Melanie N (gb) wrote: Lloyd thinks Carrey was great in this, but I prefer him in dumb and dumber

Thrse F (nl) wrote: Not interested in watching this.

Daniel S (jp) wrote: Surprised it took me this long to see this, as im a fan of both brooks and hitchcock, while its not as funny as blazing saddles, it's still pretty funny and clever, especially if you're a hitchcock fan, (if not you might not get a lot of the jokes or references) brooks fills it with his usual crew of actors and all do good jobs, it was also fun to see later director barry levinson in an acting role, def check out if youve seen a lot of hitchcock films

Tracey c (us) wrote: John Wayne and Howard Hawkes made several films together spanning nearly four decades. Rio Lobo was the grand finale late in the storied careers of these two legendary Hollywood icons. By 1970 the Western genre was starting to fade from popularity, except for the few remaining John Wayne and Clint Eastwood vehicles. Rio Lobo was a throwback to the good .vs the bad of earlier Western's and went against the grain of the "anti-hero" types that clearly began to be prevalent throughout the 1960s. The plot of this film was certainly something ahead of its time with Union army personnel committing treasonous atrocities that seamed to be more in line with the later spy scandals of selling US secrets to the Russians late in the cold war. Of interest to some will be seeing a 25 year old Sherry Lansing who would later go on to become one of the first female top ranking studio executives (First at Fox and later at Paramount), be the woman who took out the worst of the bad guys, a role normally reserved for the Duke. The MPAA Classification and Ratings Administration however needs to seriously think about re-symboling this film from its current G rating to a PG. It is much to violent, and the scene with Amelita (Sherry Lansing) with her blouse off covering her bare breasts with her arms talking quite sensually with Pierre Cardona (Jorge Rivero) is clearly beyond what a G rating is supposed to mean.

Frederick v (es) wrote: Um filme feito com fotografias de um futuro apocalptico, no qual a viagem no tempo pode ser a nica salvao. Uma produo simples de efeito fantstico. Quests filosficas colocadas em forma de poesia.

Angie I (es) wrote: a plot easily duplicated by scooby doo, especially the driving scene. and i don't remember seeing agnes moorehead in the movie. wow jerry lewis is annoying

Don S (fr) wrote: I absolutely enjoyed everything about this movie! The actors are outstanding, the settings gorgeous, and the plot is adorable and sweet, with a very real ending. And Audrey Hepburn is simply drop dead gorgeous! Mamma mia! I really enjoyed the humor too, and Eddie Albert makes that happen! The weirdest thing for me, was that I couldn't stop thinking about Princess Jasmine from Aladdin and how much Disney borrowed from this movie! I wish I had seen this first! Just a lovely, lovely film!

Jonas (au) wrote: Ok. Ganska frtsgbar men nd sevrd. Bogart r hrd mot de hrda och snll mot de snlla. Intressantast r vl parallellhistorien dr Bogart stter ihop med en gamal farmare och dennes familj. Han faller fr en 20-rig bna med klumpfot som han genom sina kontakter fixar t henne. Han tror han ska f gifta sig med henne som tack frhjlpen men tji fick han.

Ada D (it) wrote: Resident Evil: Extinction ... We join Alice and her friends on their journey through the Nevada desert to a underground Umbrella Research Center. We also meet Claire and Albert Wesker (for those who don't know, they are major characters of the popular game franchise). The action scenes were fun and enjoyable, the execution of the film could have been better, the soundtrack was great as was set design. Overall it was okay.

Laura D (ru) wrote: Hmm...I went into seeing this movie with great interest. But, here are thr problems I had;The acting from the entire cast is just down right awful.This incident took place in 1986... whoever was responsible for the props and shooting locations should have paid more attention...many more current then 1986 items are in the shots...maps on the classroom walls, vehicles, clothing, etc.The music throughout was cliche and lazy.The writing / lines...so bad. The "strained" moments that were attempted to create drama...bad.The CGI budget must have been minimal because the fire, smoke, and explosions were so awful. Disappointed with the entire team who handled this material so poorly. A missed opportunity that gave the faith they were attempting to portray no substance to stand on.I have nothing good to say except I believe this is an important event in history that people should know about and the pictures and updates about the real life victims during the credits at the end were thoughtful. 2 out of 10.

leeroy c (de) wrote: powerful and affecting. as a father i get affected more by child abuse. so difficult viewing but worthwhile. tweaking those feelings of guilt for not caring enough about the '14th worst place in the world'.