Don Muthu Swami

Don Muthu Swami

Don Muthu Swami is one of Bombay's most fearsome gangsters. On his deathbed, his father forces him to make a promise: that from now on he will lead a decent life.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:112 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:uranium,   bowery boys,  

Don Muthu Swami is one of Bombay's most fearsome gangsters. On his deathbed, his father forces him to make a promise: that from now on he will lead a decent life. From that moment onwards, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Claigh Y (br) wrote: * I felt the performances of the main cast were passable without ever being great, with the best performances coming from the 2 neglected wives. * It felt at times like the plot was unnecessarily spoon fed. This wasnt needed with a plot that was pretty standard. * Despite the fact the film ends in a predictable manner, this is handled well, and did feel kind of fresh/new.

Abner T (us) wrote: Best indian movie I watched....

Vinay K (it) wrote: Fascinating drama to sit with you forever

Octavia H (kr) wrote: Ahhh, just one of most perfect little films I've ever seen. Beautifully presented and created, it's got the perfect blend of comedy, heartwarming romance, immaculately woven characters and an indescribable charm. My only complaint is this wonderful adventure didn't last longer, yet even that makes it more special that so much can occur so well in such a short space of time. Honestly, I've learnt to expect such standards from the glorious thing that is studio ghibli. Couldn't recommend more c:

Wayne K (au) wrote: Amlie is a film full of charm, quick wit, offbeat humour and likably eccentric characters. The story of a girl confined by her insecurities and instead living mostly through her fruitful imagination was not at all what I was expecting, and in the best of ways. Its constant bubbliness was occasionally detrimental, as the dramatic payoff was undermined by the films perpetual avoidance of reality. The romance, which becomes its focal point during the third act, isn't very interesting or involving, and it often feels like the movie could do with wrapping up before it completely runs out of steam. But I was made to smile often and laugh frequently, especially at the randomness of the jokes and the deliberately caricaturish individuals. It's definitely worth seeing, probably more than once, as the colourful and lively scenes are richly layered and beautiful to look at, and Audrey Tautou is perfect in the lead role. Watch if you ever have the chance.

Bill C (ru) wrote: This is an absolute disaster of a movie. Poor acting and a failure to create an atmosphere that anyone is in any danger (even those who are being directly targeted) sinks this movie, and then you still are left with another hour to watch.

Carlos M (ag) wrote: Some may argue that it has a heart (and it does), but it also has too many clichs - including a heavy-handed soundtrack that always makes plain explicit what Affleck's character is feeling -, and it doesn't help that his relationship with Liv Tyler's is so forced from the get go.

Adrian B (mx) wrote: Likable sports movie about a group of young men known locally as the Cutters who often get into disputes with the jocks of Bloomington University (which is located in the state of Indiana). One of the four Cutters, Dave Stoller (Dennis Christopher), is an avid cyclist who is influenced by the Italians and drives his parents (Paul Dooley and Barbara Barrie) crazy with his behaviour, up to including speaking Italian and shaving his legs. Eventually he cons an attractive university student (Robyn Douglas) in pretending to be an Italian exchange student. That doesn't end with for him, along with taking after the influence of being a mock Italian cyclist. Not always a successful story, but one that contains believable characters and situations. I can relate to the four young guys who are not sure what do with their lives after high school.

Stephen W (ag) wrote: Most entertaining was the soundtrack which feachered The Supremes singing the title song in gorgeous three-part harmonies. Flo and Diane are prominent top and middle harmonies with Mary aptly holding down the lower range in her sexy style.

Jen M (ca) wrote: Great family movie is fun for the whole household. Ages 4+

Steven S (jp) wrote: I have loved this movie sence I was a kid