Shikha Samuel (Rima Killingal) and Jayakrishnan (Vijay Babu) have eloped and made Uganda their home with the help of Advocate Firoz (Mukesh), who is practising law there. The couple is leading a happy life with a girl child of their own. Jayakrishnan is employed as a manager in a coffee shop and Shikha runs a designer boutique of her own. The tranquillity of their life is shattered when Shikha is arrested on the charges of committing two murders, one of the victim is the daughter of the local Mayor, who has pledged to keep her in jail for the rest of her life.
Xavier G (fr) wrote: Robin Hood + 13 assassins=pretty good flick in my book
Hildie F (kr) wrote: I remember watching this when I was a kid. It's cool when you're 10 but I'm pretty sure that now it'd just be baaaaaad (yes, with that many a-s in the middle)... So just for nostalgic reasons I'm giving it a 2 stars... I'm not going to watch it again and ruin my youthful impression, as I just don't think I could handle how bad I'm sure it is by today's standards, added to the fact that it's 20 years later.
Antti Q (it) wrote: A documentary about the biased image of women in the US media. Not the best made documentary ever, far from neutral and objective, then again these rarely are. Might help raise some conversation about the issue but unfortunately people who watch opinionated documentaries usually are already interested in the topic and those who really should watch them don't..So all you 18-34y white heterosexual males (hey, that's me!) watch it (ignoring the weaknesses) and try to make even a little difference.
Ana J (es) wrote: Apsolutely amazing! Love it
Jennifer T (nl) wrote: I liked the actress Rebecca Thompson as Angie. I thought she was a good actress. The parents of the boy weren't believable. Sick movie.
Brett B (us) wrote: Excellent film driven by the performances of the two lead characters. An excellent view of an iconic radio icon. Too bad they left the Howard Stern interview out as that is one of the more famous moments of both their careers.
NEMESIS D (it) wrote: although a tad lengthy in presentation, this is a good documentary on the deteriorating condition of food sources and the absurdities of its production within the european union.
Mike W (it) wrote: Better than the first film, but still no emotional connection to the fighters. You still don't give a damn who wins! However on a massive plus side, I was blown away with the fight choreography. They seemed to take the craziest moves from fighting video games and used them in the film. But some how it works and there are some spectacular fights.
Lyle L (kr) wrote: I enjoyed seeing Bill learning about his Jewish roots after years of living in an institution and only remaining at a kindergarten level to becoming a successful member of society. It is important to fight society's judgemental values of so-called learning challenged people. An excellent movie!
Luke R (br) wrote: What's that? Scorcese and DiCaprio doing a film together? What's new right? But this film continues to show these are two of the most versatile beings in the film industry right now. The grittiness and epicness of this film is great to watch. It's not perfect by any means but it is entertaining.
nick n (ca) wrote: Not as good as clerks but almost as funny. Mallrats was an insane comedy that stars Earl Hickey himself Jason Lee and man is he funny in this. Top it all off with an amazing Stan Lee cameo and you've got yourself a great movie
Igor F (ru) wrote: It's a masterpiece of genre with awesome screenplay elements, very wellconduced and played. The drastic action scenes are flawless andstunning real. The diversity of characters give a rich perspective ofthe experience purposed. It's not a movie just to sell, but a movie toenjoy as art.In a director's cut, will be more nice yet, with morephotograph exploration, and with more characters exposition. The young actors was awesome too, all girls are pretty. Surprised with Australian movie quality's!I saw other movies of urban invasion, but now this is my preferred.