In this version of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame", a hunchback is found living in the bell tower of UCLA. He is put on trial and made to go through tests. One of the research doctors falls for him, and he falls for her in the end. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Big Man on Campus
In this version of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame", a hunchback is found living in the bell tower of UCLA. He is put on trial and made to go through tests. One of the research doctors falls for him, and he falls for her in the end
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Prakash T (jp) wrote: Mugamoodi is not a movie in the lines of Batman, Spiderman where the hero has super powers. It is a simple story of a man who wants to make a living with his martial art skills. He also tries to woo his girl with the costume of a super hero and in one such attempt he found himself in between a chasing cops and robbers. Then on he decides to assist people and fights against injustice.There comes a ruthless villan who master minds a plan where the superhero is thought as a robber by everyone. Now how the hero proves himself and wins his love can be seen in silver screens.Jiva as Lee is excellent and a perfect foil for this role. The slow stunt scenes with his intense body language makes an excellent watch in all the stunt scenes. Pooja hegde is OK. Narain is riveting in his villan role, he steals the show with his cruel minded plans and he is sure get more villan role opportunities. All other characters have done their role perfectly especially Nasser and Selva. K's music is good. The much awaited Vaaya Moodi song lives up to its expectations and a treat to watch. BGM is excellent and will take you along with the story. A well done job by K. Cinematography is OK. Lack of much comedy scenes is the only drawback in this movie.Kudos to Mysskin for taking up a simple story and mixes with with a super hero concept and providing a good output. Mugamoodi says that there is a superhero within us in an interesting manner.Mugamoodi will impress you with its simple story and a super narration!Verdict: 3.5 OUT OF 5... Go for it !
Brandon W (nl) wrote: After watching The Last Exorcism, I was curious to see what the sequel was going to bring if they make one that is. Well , they finally made one, but it doesn't have the same director nor the writers too as they had different movie projects which for director Daniel Stamm, it's 13 Sins. Now I admit, I was a bit skeptical about it as this is an Asian remake which the only films that only worked are a The Ring and The Grudge. With that said, 13 Sins is a great film that it should've been in larger theaters like The Last Exorcism. Mark Webber is absolutely great in this and makes a good transition from scared to worried, to just plain intimidating. The main character is pretty developed enough that the viewers want him to complete all 13 challenges. I haven't seen any of the films that Devon Graye was in, but when he played the handicapped brother, he is entirely believable in it that I first thought that he was actually handicapped. The writing is pretty good that brings out some good thrills, and unexpected dark humor that's funny. There were some moments that o wonder if it was going there because of that one scene, and it does which made it a bit predictable. It's disturbing, but it's never too disturbing that it'll turn some moviegoers away, although the gore might which the effects looks off. Ron Perlman is pretty good, and the twists are pretty effective. Even though 13 Sins wasn't trying to scare the viewers and was trying to disturb them which Daniel Stamm's previous film The Last Exorcism was trying to do both, it still got me invested to know where it's going next and has a bit of a fast pace to keep the viewers interested.
Jack G (kr) wrote: Okay I'm not going to review this movie by the ending like everyone else is. Think about the story line that was actually good. "Thrilling
Melvin P (ca) wrote: A very nice family drama that in one way or another we will all go through. the whole family could watch this together.
Brian C (es) wrote: Fascinating movie shown from the point of view from a woman suffering from schizophrenia, dementia and hallucinations. Everything in her life surrounds around the breakup of her boyfriend Seth....when he died in a car accident...or he died from cancer...or she killed him... The true horror of this movie is seeing how a troubled mind tries to cope with the confliction of her fantasies and the harsh reality around her.
jay n (nl) wrote: Pleasant diversion with an able cast who don't get a chance to be featured prominently any longer. Dyan while good in her role looks like hell.
Scott V (br) wrote: One of the best movies because my life right now resembles the movie in retrosect
Jeri A (fr) wrote: Steamy and slightly haunting
James M (us) wrote: A cult hit which I just didn't 'get'. Is it supposed to be a satire of how superficial hollywood is? All I watched was 90 odd minutes of Geena Davis swanning around in tight outfits, Jeff Goldblum pouting and Jim Carrey & Damon Wayans being annoying. There's a load of terrible 80's songs too. I just don't get the appeal at all.
Lee M (us) wrote: Strasberg's doe-eyed dedication to her role and Douglas Slocombe's brilliant black-and-white cinematography counterbalance the film's increasingly ridiculous plot turns, which nonetheless have a crude, jaw-dropper effectiveness.
Sylvester E (fr) wrote: Tyrone Power along with every1 else is fantastic in this film. Make you add this one to your list.
Keith C (es) wrote: For my money, Top Hat is THE best Astaire-Rogers movie and my very favorite film, despite the mistaken identity plot that has a Mack-truck-size hole in it. We are expected to swallow the idea that Astaire, having successfully pursued Rogers in the "Isn't it a Lovely Day" sequences, doesn't follow up by introducing himself. All that to one side, the film has a lot of funny moments plus a terrific score by Irving Berlin and an exquisite dance to "Cheek to Cheek." I must be nerdy and correct a couple of errors in this page's Movie Info section. Dale Tremont (Rogers) is far from wealthy and at one point threatens to return to America and live on the dole. Secondly, Bates is Horace Hardwick's faithful valet, not Jerry's.
Spencer S (au) wrote: Another in a string of Bette Davis' comeback movies of the sixties, "Dead Ringer" feels and looks recycled, but has all the mystery and charm of a Davis' film. What feels recycled ultimately boils down to the fact that many of the pieces of the plot are the same as other, better films. Davis had played identical twins earlier in the 1946 film "A Stolen Life" and Olivia de Havilland had basically played the same kind of role in a very similar film entitled "The Dark Mirror" from that same year. Murderous twins have always been an interesting thriller concept and noir staple, because of the extremes that siblings can present when they are given the chance to kill. Davis was reemerging in the public sphere after her Oscar nominated turn in "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?". This film and another film of that decade put Davis back into the limelight and with good reason. She was the queen of the film noir as well as acted in dramatic turns in the thirties and forties. This film exploits her popularity to the fullest, as well as her newfound fame, and without her this film would not have had the same impact, and wouldn't have been enjoyable. Another great performance in this film comes from legendary actor Karl Malden. It's his curiosity into the death of his girlfriend and compassion towards her twin sister that really makes a statement about how a person changes when they murder someone, no matter how sweet or innocent they were beforehand. It seems obvious why Edie kills Margaret: because she is in debt, her sister has everything because she married her former beau, and Edie has had a hard, miserable life. Her impersonation of her sister isn't always spot on, and the ensuing story about her living day to day, trying to keep up the mirage she's concocted, doesn't do much except tell us about the social life of Margaret. The film doesn't say much about Edie as a character, or how she feels while deceiving everyone, including her boyfriend, which is especially damning. She is immediately demonized after killing her sister, and is oftentimes shown to be unreliable, calculating, and very bitter. This film only emphasizes Davis, and most of the film is exposition that includes her own musings. The peripheral characters are mostly slags and socialites, and except for Karl Malden, none of them give any insight into the character of Margaret, who remains a mystery except for what little insight Tony gives us, which is only that he exists. Only the ending tells us anything about either twin, gives us any moral, or any damning existential question.
Claire T (mx) wrote: loved it, it was directed by Alfred Hitchcock, I loved it and I've got it on DVD, I thought it was a great film and it starred Bruce Dern, thought it was good, great movie, it also starred Karen Black
Nick M (ru) wrote: The cause is a no-brainier. Topless equality and the desexualization of breasts in our culture should absolutely be a thing. Unfortunately, the movie that goes along with it is really bad. It's poorly acted, poorly written, and an overall jumbled mess that too often rings false. It's really disappointing. There's a really compelling documentary in here somewhere, but this movie is completely skippable.
Bill T (es) wrote: Pretty goofy movie that has an amazing cast (Jodie Foster! Dennis Hopper! John Turturro! Vincent Price! etc) about an LCD artist (don't ask) who has a hit placed on her, but the hitman falls in love with her, and soon, so does she! Dennis Hopper directs, and you know what that means.. Yeah, this just goes ALL over the place. But somewhat fun as you want to see what else this film has up it's sleeves (like John Turturro as Barton Fink as hitman!)