As the kingdom of Devigarh comes apart at the seams, an aging bodyguard attempts to protect the Royal Family, as well as keep its darkest secrets from ever coming to light. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Eklavya: The Royal Guard
As the kingdom of Devigarh comes apart at the seams, an aging bodyguard attempts to protect the Royal Family, as well as keep its darkest secrets from ever coming to light.
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Sock D (gb) wrote: I'm going to make this very brief, this movie was entertaining for a good time, manly the first act. But after the second act (where the torture and violence begins) my feelings toward the film kind of gave way. Now the plot was original in my eyes, nothing like Saw, but the script was bland, could have had a little more meat in it, too much fat. Choice of actors was decent, I just think Sasha Grey should stick to porn. Now the cinematography was decent, and that's why I'll give it 2 and a half stars.
Lindsey W (it) wrote: A wonderful movie about the power of forgiveness.
Hunter B (mx) wrote: Silly, boring, cringy, any of these words could be used to describe this film. A movie with this much importance in teaching kids about deforestation should have been way better. Unfortunately, most of the jokes don't land and the whole thing just doesn't deliver.
Larry Y (gb) wrote: another supermarket DVD 2.99 DVD combo pack purchase (on several compilations)
Carlos M (mx) wrote: A stupid and misguided comedy that has many funny moments but whose characters are empty and only follow the needs of a lame script - which also has no organic reason to be set in 1981 other than to be packed with 200 songs from back then.
Lee The Lumbering Dead Munday (au) wrote: I like my vampires like I like my women. Asian and bobbing. If I could only shut their noise with post-it notes to the forehead too (no I will not marry you after a fortnight of swallowing. And who's the old geezer always parked outside my house when I'm out for a smoke and drinking milk while you're answering txts?). Lam Ching Ying rocks.
Art S (it) wrote: Superior noir that grapples with blame, shame, and existential angst while still functioning as a solid thriller. Robert Ryan (one of the all-time great heavies) is stalking Van Heflin, a successful builder, with the aim of killing him. Everywhere you look there are shadows and darkness (as a result of omnipresent low-key lighting design). Heflin doesn't immediately let on why this is happening to his wife (impossibly young Janet Leigh) but eventually we discover that he betrayed his own men in a Nazi POW camp and Ryan is one of the few survivors who has finally tracked him down. Although Heflin's dedicated himself to doing good for his community, Ryan doesn't let him off the hook and Heflin can't forgive himself either. Things take a few dark turns when Heflin runs into the night and into a tired scamming Mary Astor who leads him to a shady lawyer and hit-man. As you can tell, many of the generic elements of film noir are in full flourish here. And, of course, it doesn't end well.
Hal W (gb) wrote: Down grading to woman. Alfred's losing the plot
Philip S (ru) wrote: It won't change your life, but it's watchable. I can see the franchise potential.
Matt H (ag) wrote: War propaganda and American shmaltz at its finest. The movie is entirely held together by James Cagney; his talent is overflowing every frame of this movie. An immense talent, Cagney commands your attention for every minute of the move. I wish he had gotten to do more movies. He is also the best "fast talker" I can think of in movies (besides maybe Cary Grant) - I wish he had done a few screwball comedies (30's and 40's screwball comedies, I mean; he did do "One, Two, Three" in the early 60's, which is a severely underrated comedy). Or image him in a movie with Fred Astaire and Judy Garland - I think the camera would have spontaneously combusted with so much talent before it.