D Company is a 2013 Indian Malayalam action portmanteau film. It is an anthology of three independently shot action films directed by M. Padmakumar, Vinod Vijayan and Diphan. Its cast includes Jayasurya, Anoop Menon, Unni Mukundan, Fahad Fazil and Asif Ali. The film is produced by Vinod Vijayan, Seven Arts Mohan and Faisal Latheef under the banner of D Cutz Film Company. (From Wikipedia)
- Stars:Jayasurya, Asif Ali, Unni Mukundan, Anoop Menon, Samuthirakani, Ananya, Narein,
- Director:Deepan, M. Padmakumar, Vinod Vijayan,
- Writer:Rajesh Ravi (story)
A Trilogy of 3 independent short movies and a complete story. The filming of the three short films are only completed till now. The short films are:- Oru Bolivian Diary 1995 Oru Bolivian ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: Underwhelming film...
(br) wrote: If you've seen UNDERWORLD, QUEEN OF THE DAMNED and BLADE then there really is no reason to watch this movie. Unless you're a Jeremy London fan. And, let's be honest, how many Jeremy London fans are swimming around out there? So, there's vampires and there's werewolves and there are human hunters and they all love to hang out in New Orleans. And why not? Isn't that the epicenter of vampire and werewolf lore? Anyway, Jeremy London is an asshole with money who gets bit by a werewolf and becomes the central hero figure as a result. If that wasn't bad enough, you werewolf fans better settle down because you don't see another hairy beast again until a few brief flashes near the end of this thing. Well, it's a good thing that Jeremy London has been made a werewolf, cause a bunch of non-descript C actors are gonna need his help to fight the vampire "Goddess" which the strange-faced Mark Dacascos and his vampire floozies are jonesing to resurrect. This touches off a war between what werewolves there are, different vague clans of vampires and the stiff 'n cocky hunters. So, if you've seen UNDERWORLD, QUEEN OF THE DAMNED and BLADE then you know what well-crafted versions of these plots look like. There really is no need to ruin your memories with this drivel. Weak plot, costume jewelry and Jeremy London are all that's being offered here. Let's face it: Jeremy London is not an action hero. And Jeremy London is not an effective werewolf. He looked like a deranged old gold prospector with all the fake hair glued to his face. And I will, once again, cite one of Stuart's more oft-cited rules from "Stuart's Definitive Rules of Horror Movies" which is this: If you're gonna have a werewolf movie, you damn well better have a werewolf. Admittedly, yes, there were two. But those two took up less than one full minute of screen time. That is not enough werewolf footage to dubb a movie a werewolf movie, let alone one called WOLVESBAYNE. It should have been called LONDONBAYNE. And here's the problem I have with placing all of these friggin' vampire movies in New Orleans: it's too damn hot and moist. Anyone who knows the undead knows that bodies break down faster in moist, tropical environments. Heat and bacteria abound! And a werewolf in a tropical environment? Sweaty and uncomfortable. Aside from the "Anne Rice Coolness Factor," why the hell are all of these monsters obsessed with hangin' out in friggin' New Orleans? At the end of this flick, the rag-tag group of third-rate vampire fighters is gathered around a table (a party of 5, no less), contemplating future threats to the human race, when a glowing butthole opens in the sky and they race out to fight more vampire shenannigans. I waved goodbye to Jeremy London and talentless posse and decided to wait for the next UNDERWORLD sequel.
(gb) wrote: Bah Humbug! Yet ANOTHER variation on "A Christmas Carol", and this one is not one of the best efforts on that story. Silly, exaggerated overacting, only occasionally amusing. Skip this one and watch the classic 1951 Alastair Sim version. If Charles Dickens saw this....oh my.
(jp) wrote: Any other year but the 2008 Oscar awards and Michael Clayton probably would have been the favorite to take home Best Picture. It has pretty much everything a great movie usually has. But the fact that it had to go up against No Country for Old Men and There Will Be Blood for the top prize that year, pretty much put it on the back burner to those two films, not to mention Atonement, which critics loved as well. Clooney probably would have secured his second Oscar for acting if Daniel Day Lewis didn't deliver one of the best performances of all time in There Will Be Blood. But all that aside, Michael Clayton is a great movie. A really fresh and interesting story with great performances from everyone involved makes it one of my favorite movies of the last decade or so. Its not really a complicated story to follow either, it's so well written and directed that it takes a complicated subject matter and makes it enjoyable to the viewer.
(kr) wrote: i absolutly love this movie
(au) wrote: Decient action pic that has Steven Seagal and DMX go tag team with a bunch of crooked cops. A near masterpiece by Seagal standards, though this is nothing more then your typical Seagal flick. However there are some stand out peromances by DMX (playing pretty much the same guy he does in every movie), Bruce McGill, Bill Duke, and Anthony Anderson (playing the same guy he always plays). Jill Hennessy is decient but the movie doesn't give her much screen time and Eva Mendes has a cameo. Watch it if your a fan of Seagal or DMX, or action movies, otherwise there are better uses of your time.
(nl) wrote: I wasn't expecting this to be as awesome as it turned out to be, seeing as it's a complete different setting for the hong kong action scene of the 80's! Really great film with some amazing full contact performances from Yuen Biao, Sammo Hung and Joyce Godenzi. Different, amazing and refreshing.
(ru) wrote: Too many flaws outweigh the good for me, but this is a strict love it/hate it film for all but the most mundane of viewers. It's a decent popcorn flick that's fun and has its moments, but I don't understand how a film that marries The Phantom of the Opera with Faust and The Picture of Dorian Gray along with the typically stylish and Hitchcockian feel of most De Palma's work and yet fails to keep me fully engaged for the entire 90 min. spectacle. Too many palms to the forehead and I'm not a big fan of musicals especially from 1970s era will remind me to never watch this one again.
(es) wrote: great cold war/submarine flick .. the only problem is i kept expecting the shape shifting creature from "The Thing" to appear.loved the under the ice scenes and the ending
(ca) wrote: would have like it better if Karl Urban wouldn't have scowled ala Stallone
(it) wrote: "Million Dollar Baby" is beyond your average underdog boxing movie thanks to not only an emotionally deep script, but great direction and acting from Clint Eastwood as well as fantastic performances by Morgan Freeman and Hilary Swank.
(de) wrote: We just finished watching this; excellent movie, really engaging plot line.
(ca) wrote: A very good conclusion to the "Hobbit Trilogy".
(es) wrote: Terrific. Five stories collide. All in one city block. All in one hour.
(ag) wrote: This film starts off as a serial killer flick, but rapidly becomes a biting satire about the killers attempt to manipulate the media and the law into allowing them beat the system. I loved the ending of this movie! It is right on the nose about this country's obsession with television in all of its seamiest aspects. Rather reminds me of Wag the Dog, another of my favorites. Although accused of being heavy-handed by the critics, when you are talking about tabloid TV, you can't lay it on thickly enough to rival the truth.
(es) wrote: Though not as horrid as most critics make it out to be, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is a bit of a dissapointment. Odd story decisions make this movie a lot worse than what it could have been. More Ben Affleck would have been very welcome.
(gb) wrote: Atom Egoyan always makes movies that make you think.