Bommarillu

Bommarillu

Siddu is the son of an over-protective business man. Every decision of his is made by his father, which leads him into frustration. He half-heartedly agrees to become engaged to a rich man's daughter, but then falls for a middle-class man's daughter called Hasini. The film focuses on his realization that he has to stand on his own and come out of his father's protective shell- and try to succeed in love.

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Jennifer W (de) wrote: Much improved fourth film in the Step Up franchise has some much needed acting and storyline improvements.

Liam D (de) wrote: A fun take on the alien invasion genre with some good performances form the main cast, as well as few faces that will be well known to British TV viewers. It manages to delicately work the line of 'serious' sci-fi and absurd comedy to an extent that even through the more ridiculous moments it manages to successfully suspend belief to keep you invested in the film. Definitely a fun watch.

Jamjam E (es) wrote: Am soo loving george lopez.. Hes always a two tumbs up..

Anders A (br) wrote: A horror movie in spite of just being pointless horror, to the copycat extinct psych ward version of '03 "identiy".

Milly B (de) wrote: it should have won an oscar for the bluebell scene alone. great costumes too. Abie Cornish held the film well.

Micheline S (fr) wrote: not that bad for a horror but at times would've been nice to have subtitles to understand the dialogue

(au) wrote: A very well written movie about certain manners we all should learn and a very nice job may I add.

Christopher b (kr) wrote: Looking for a positive well you got the wrong movie.I don't know what Ang Lee was thinking when he made this movie but it's horrible.The only good part is the cameo for Stan Lee and Lou Ferrigno.Theres terrible CGI "Give me a second I just throw up in my mouth thinking about it"Well I give it a 1 out of 5 stars.

Kimberley F (de) wrote: I feel differently about this film now that I've seen it twice. I feel less sympathetic towards Horrocks character. It's still pretty brilliant though, I love a good British film.

Aniket S (jp) wrote: the horrors of war !!!!!!

Zachary L (mx) wrote: At 88 minutes, it honestly feels thirty minutes too long. It's an overly dreary and winded way of telling us to feel repugnant by our fellow human beings. Its purpose is to make us as smug as the director.

Thomas N (nl) wrote: Some people refer to this as a remake to the original Godzilla Vs. Mothra but the plots are completely different so referring to it as a remake is very misleading. Yes Godzilla fights Mothra but he also ends up fighting a new monster which is also a giant moth by the name of Battra. Mothra's twin fairies are also back in this entry. Can't have Mothra in a movie without her fairies. I had a lot of fun watching this as a kid and I have fun watching this as an adult so check it out!

Orlok W (ca) wrote: Very entertaining Horror Anthology--AKA Creepshow 3!!

Brandon S (fr) wrote: I believe that some films are made simply to be delightful and insightful in equal measure, and Woody Allen's masterful, yet simple, "Hannah and Her Sisters" is one of those rare films. I couldn't tell you why precisely, but this movie just plain works.

Jonathan G (us) wrote: ivan reitman doesn't disappoint with this one funny great characters and supporting

Mark M (de) wrote: I literally wanted to stick a large metal object in my eyeball watching this snooze fest, god awful movie.

dana h (nl) wrote: seen it great movie want to see it again!