Dweepa

Dweepa

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:Kannada
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

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Peter F (gb) wrote: Ice-T's documentary debut keeps things simple as it's basically entirely composed from interviews. Thing is that works just fine for a documentary trying to uncover the technique towards obtaining hip-hop skill, and fans of the genre are certain to get some great insights into some of their favorite artists here. Non-rap fans may not have great interest in it though.

Scott R (ca) wrote: Almost good. But it did have some things I'd never seen before.

Thomas B (us) wrote: A very good melodrama comedy type movie with an nostalgic edge.

Juanita J (de) wrote: I saw Judy Geeson on the Gilmore Girls. Fun. Great movie.

Scott C (ag) wrote: Old fashioned, but a well told story with likeable characters. Not so much adventure as melodrama, but pretty entertaining. Perhaps a wee bit overrated today though, as it has dated.

Andrew M (ag) wrote: Limitless doesn't exactly live up to its title in terms of narrative, but it's a pretty fun time as a whole. The story here is pretty familiar, with plot points shared by and used in a more inventive manner in numerous other movies, but it's almost always entertaining. It certainly helps that Bradley Cooper brings his usual sense of charm and charisma to the lead role. The likes of Abbie Cornish and Robert de Niro are horribly wasted, but Cooper does a good job of holding the film on his shoulders. Limitless is also really visually pleasing: it's not particularly subtle, but the way the colors become more saturated when Cooper's Eddie Morra takes the mysterious drug is well done and adds some nice flair to the movie. It's not an intelligent mindbender like you might expect, but as an action thriller, it's a commendable effort that's perfect for sitting back and enjoying for 105 minutes.

Scott R (br) wrote: Meryl Streep is revelatory in possibly her finest role, but at 150 minutes, this film just wears you down.