Ek Thi Daayan movie is a supernatural musical entertaining romantic thriller with an electrifying jolt at the end. The movie revolves around the character Bobo (Emraan Hashmi), an India's leading magician. But unknown to even his girlfriend Tamara, Bobo's life is falling apart. His constant hallucinations leave him with no option but to seek psychiatric help. Going through regression hypnosis, a terrifying story about his childhood surfaces involving a sinister power called Daayan who has not only destroyed his family but also promised to return to haunt Bobo. He chooses to ignore it and move on with his life. Just when his career and love life is at full throttle, enters the irresistible Lisa Dutt. Bobo is convinced that she is the daayan. But is she, really? Or is he just losing his mind?
Duncan P (br) wrote: Naturally as a fan of the show, I can't really objectively assess this, but then, on the other hand, I wouldn't be watching this were I not.Manages to successfully meld the quintessential essence of "Friendship is Magic" (yes, that includes some of the friendship-moral cheesiness) with a touch of the attitude of "Glee" towards high school, ultimately providing a sort-of hyper-positive interpretation of a typically American high schooling experience, with a number of typically catchy songs one gets from Ingram (especially the song commonly known as the 'cafeteria song' - I believe the actual title thereof is "Equestria Girls")Highly enjoyable and, in my humble opinion, a worthy addition to the canon, having successfully made a Pony movie in a new, semi-familiar setting.Also, plenty of fanservice in there for your hardcore bronies - cameos, in-jokes, and a few slightly more anime-fanservice-inspired prods too.
Alex B (ca) wrote: It's beautiful, but I don't know its point. It seems like all its main characters are telling lies which they think will help, but which don't really. Though it's doubtful the truth helps or would help them any more.
Kurt S (fr) wrote: of course Hollywood ruined it.Classic line"what's Ron's weed room?""It's a big room...Filled with weed...And it's Ron's"
Brandon M (it) wrote: Cropsey is an appropriately chilling true crime doc that lacks an interview with center puzzle piece Andre Rand. He's too distant to be intriguing, just an average creep. But the filmmakers make up for that with a vivid depiction of Staten Island, a truly bizarre borough.
Fahad A (it) wrote: good movie...great drama...excellent peace of work...
William T (mx) wrote: David Hasselhoff sells it as Nick Fury in this incredibly campy made for TV movie. The villains (especially the female head of HYDRA) overact the parts and the German accents are so bad that I almost cried from laughing. Don't go into this expecting anything other than a campy 1998 made for TV movie starring the Hoff and you will thoroughly enjoy yourself.
Robert B (jp) wrote: Dysfunctional fun but it needed a few more laughs.
Tony P (ca) wrote: The late great Charles Bronson returns (albeit aged 65) in yet another Death Wish sequel.Wherever his humble character from these films, Paul Kersey goes there is death.Bronson seemed to release several 'vigilante/revenge' pictures at this stage of his career aided by a willing studio, Cannon.The Cannon Group as they were in the 1980s released a glut of low to medium budget range action pictures that are just glorified TV films that often went straight to (VHS) video!You have to feel some sympathy for the Kersey character. All his loved ones seem to be raped or murdered.The effects of crack cocaine is the central theme of this episode. I say episode because some scenes play out like an episode of The A-Team.Bronson then must have been the oldest actioner around. Very Harrison Ford age range now. Or Liam Neeson in the Taken franchise which seems to be going the same way as the Death Wish franchise.The director is not Michael Winner but some other geezer.A definate film to fill in 90 minutes when you have the TV remote to yourself.
Armando P (it) wrote: We got to see Jason here!
Chris T (us) wrote: Mr. Sardonicus is sexy fun!
Steven H (us) wrote: An intense and intelligent prison film that takes a gripping look at the relationship between prisoner and family and the generational affects of life behind bars. Thumbs up to Jack O'connell and Ben Mendelsohn for their gritty performances.
Joshua L (ru) wrote: This could've used some better acting but other than that its actually a real decent and sexy vampire flick.