As Seen by the Rest
Malpe, a small fishing town on the Arabian Coast. Located 6 kms to the west of the temple town, Udupi. Malpe's beaches are washed clean everyday by the sea. The waves ensure that nothing gets left behind on the sands. But then, the waves cannot reach everything. It is the time of the year when Udupi and its surroundings are decked up to celebrate Sri Krishna Janmaashtami. Men and children walk the streets dressed up as characters from mythology. Teams painted as tigers are seen dancing to drum beats all around the town. But violence seems to be brewing in Malpe this Krishna Janmaashtami.
- Stars:Kishore, Rakshit Shetty, Tara, Achyuth Kumar, Rishab Shetty, Sheetal Shetty, Yagna Shetty, Dinesh Mangalore, Raghu Pandeshwar, Sohan Shetty, K.P. Hegde, Raghavendra P. Hegde, Shivananda Kota, Arun Prakash Shetty, Pramod Shetty,
- Director:Rakshit Shetty,
- Writer:Rakshit Shetty (story), Rakshit Shetty
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As Seen by the Rest torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: This was a really good film full of wonder and imagination.
(jp) wrote: An alright movie, the story was kind of interesting, The best part were the hand to hand combat scenes, those were so well executed
(it) wrote: the story gets more cuter??lolzz
(jp) wrote: se pudesse escolher, seria o filme todo s sobre nio e Bia.
(de) wrote: Not a bad story about a woman who becomes a ww2 secret agent, I just couldn't get past the annoying Cate Blanchet.
(br) wrote: Known as a pretty underrated film, with a pretty interesting story.
(kr) wrote: I don't really know what I was expecting from this film. Grim is probably the best word to describe Sid & Nancy, a brutal biopic of one of the most infamous couples in rock music, Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen.For those who don't know about Sid Vicious (portrayed here by a young Gary Oldman; no pun intended), he was the bassist for one of the leading punk bands in the U.K., the Sex Pistols. The energy behind all of the actors who play the punk rockers was live and raw, just like punk rock itself. Minus concussions, heroin, and crowd fights, I would have loved to see the Sex Pistols live in concert, based on the obviously inferior, but faithful performances from Andrew Schofield (playing Johnny Rotten) and the rest.Alex Cox's direction is hard to judge. Attempting to romanticize the relationship between Sid and Nancy while throwing garbage along the way (literally, that happens in one scene), one can only pity the lives of the two as they spiral down into junkie oblivion. Sure, they spiraled down together, but is that really romantic? The title of the film may be a play on the name of the acclaimed Shakespeare tragedy, Romeo & Juliet. If you find Romeo & Juliet to be romantic, when all is said and done, then this would be just as affectionate, if not more as it is set in the twentieth century.Yet, Gary Oldman and Chloe Webb made the best out of the script. Even on the surface, you think you are watching the real Sid and Nancy play together for the whole movie. They shoot toy guns, share smack, and even jam together. Despite living beyond shitty lives, they did it their way. Why would the two give one crap about what anyone has to say when they love each other? Undoubtedly, Gary Oldman is fanatastic here, portraying the rebelliously lovable nature of Sid Vicious with all love and no boundaries. As a bonus, he even performs "My Way" with an awful, but spot-on-Vicious singing voice. With that said, the director should have adjusted Nancy's character. Chloe Webb is also good, pouring her whole energy into the dreams and possibilities of Sid Vicious. However, she does it all with that instantly obnoxious New York accent. It is accurate, in relation to Nancy's voice, but also very distracting. The accent alone is not so bad when she speaks, but I partially blame Alex Cox for how she whines half of her lines. Because of her relentless whining, the fantasy strength of the relationship seems ludicrous.After much contemplation on rounding up my thoughts, I will conclude that the good far outweighs the bad. Alex Cox may have tried a little too hard to bring this much romance between Sid and Nancy, but I see why he used this rock-and-roll famous couple as the basis for the film. The point of watching these two characters spiral down into oblivion together is so you, the audience member, feel that gut feeling of pity and frustration. Near the end of the film, Sid and Nancy are in their apartment, with the electricity out because they never paid the bill. Sid vows to go straight and return to England, and Nancy says that he will never get straight, no matter how many times he says he will. The grim reality of the situation hits right at home. The visceral atmosphere that lurks throughout the whole film, from car smashing to careless dancing to disco music, lightens up the overwhelmingly dark depiction of Sid and Nancy's lives. With all due respect to Gary Oldman, Chloe Webb, and Alex Cox, if it were not for that aforementioned scene in the apartment, the film's appeal would not be as lasting.
(ru) wrote: A superb film with one of the best dirt bike/cop car chase scenes of all time.
(ru) wrote: General Patton is not caricatured as a loony cartoon but is instead characterized as a human, his infamous anger and loud mouth only parts of a complex character featuring faults, strengths and other attributes not assumed to be present by the casual viewer. This complimented with the film's epic scope over World War II from his perspective, an appropriately timed style for both its release and its setting, excellent and iconic dialogue and a strong musical score make this film deserved of its place in film history and popular culture.
(nl) wrote: Stylish and tight little crime thriller where the testimony from a reporter, John McGuire, puts away Elisha Cook Jr. but the reporter second guesses whether Cook is really innocent and he and his girlfriend discover the real killer is the wonderfully creepy Peter Lorre. The potboiler elements of the story aren't that much of a standout, but Lorre's performance makes this film an absolute must see. He's not the haunted child killer he played in "M" but is more of a mentally ill man who doesn't really know what he's doing. The other standout for the film is the stylish direction by Boris Ingster, who's a director who's never really been on my radar, but after looking at his IMDB page, he only ever directed three films and spent most of his career writing and producing low budget film and as a series producer on "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." Ingster is not Wells or Lang, but he did provide the film some nice noir slashes of shadow and light. However, I may be giving credit to Ingster when it may be due director of photography Nicholas Musuraca , who also photographed the incredibly stylish "Out of the Past" and "Cat People." Regardless, the film looks great and Lorre is terrific, even if he isn't in the film all that much.
(gb) wrote: After "supposedly" killing Michael Myers with 6 bullets, he is back to try to get Laurie. Laurie is in the hospital recovering from her injuries from the first Halloween movie and from there the killer works his magic. The hospital itself is scary, dark, and you know something bad is going to happen in that place. Though Halloween II is not as good as the first one, it's pretty scary. I still have no clue why some critics hated this one...they're out of their minds! I rate this one 8/10 or 4/5
(fr) wrote: Directed by Michael Cohn (When the Bough Breaks (1994)), this is a dark, bloody, lurid re-imagining of the Grimm Brothers fairy story. Unlike the two Snow White adaptations in 2012, Snow White and the Huntsman and Mirror Mirror, this one has a dark horror angle. It's a good combination, although it falls into somewhere between Euro-pudding and B-Movie horror cheese, but it manages to be fun nontheless. Lilli Hoffman (Monica Keena) was born after her mother Lilliana (Joanna Roth) suffered an accident in a coach, her father Lord Frederick (Sam Neill) has always put Lilli first, but he chooses to marry Lady Claudia (Sigourney Weaver), who takes an instant disliking to Lilli, and after a stillborn birth. Claudia decides to kill Lilli, and sends her mute brother Gustav (Miroslav Taborsky) to kill her, but he cannot. Lilli escapes and ends up with a group of seven miners, led by Lars (Brian Glover), who are rough and rugged, but they agree to help Lilli get home and stop Claudia, who has started to poison Lord Frederick, but when she discovers Lilli is still alive, decides to finish the job. It's a little seen horror film, it was never released theatrically in America due to bad test screenings, so it premiered there on Showtime. But, it manages to be better than it looks, and it makes the most of a lot of European locations in and around Prague too.