Gundamma Katha

Gundamma Katha

Gundamma Katha is a 1962 Telugu film produced by famous producer duo B. Nagi Reddy and Chakrapani starring mainly S. V. Ranga Rao, N. T. Rama Rao, Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Suryakantham, Jamuna Ramanarao, Savitri, Ramana Reddy, Rajanala Kaleswara Rao, Chaya Devi, L. Vijayalakshmi and Haranath. The plot revolves around the story of a proud mother, Gundamma and the way she was brought on track by her two young sons-in-law. Released on 7 June 1962, the movie is considered a masterpiece in Telugu movie.

Gundamma Katha is a 1962 Telugu film produced by famous producer duo B. Nagi Reddy and Chakrapani starring mainly S. V. Ranga Rao, N. T. Rama Rao, Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Suryakantham, Jamuna Ramanarao, Savitri, Ramana Reddy, Rajanala Kaleswara Rao, Chaya Devi, L. Vijayalakshmi and Haranath. The plot revolves around the story of a proud mother, Gundamma and the way she was brought on track by her two young sons-in-law. Released on 7 June 1962, the movie is considered a masterpiece in Telugu movie. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Plain C (mx) wrote: I really tried to enjoy it. It's just a weak man getting walked on with nothing satisfying about it. I kinda it's a smart film and maybe i missed something or didn't. there's a scene in the film where it kinda takes the piss out of its self. was alright. I reckon if i watched it again i would enjoy it better. I'll watch it in a year or so and write about if my feelings change. stay tuned.

Kenneth B (jp) wrote: The main problem with this film is that it seems to treat its subject matter in a frivolous manner. There are plus points to this film but it is poorly written and heavily flawed.

Lisa Michelle A (mx) wrote: ^____________^ My favourite Bollywood movie of all time :DDDDDD ADORE ADORE ADORE <333 I just love it do much :3 Especially the Dhoom Machale song ^_^ It's the Fast & Furious Bollywood style >:D :P

Leon B (nl) wrote: Review:This is a cleverly written movie about 2 childhood sweethearts that reunite at the wedding. The whole movie is shot with 2 cameras so your watching it from 2 different angles. The film really does seem like its shot without any takes and that it's one conversation between 2 people. There are only 2 characters through the majority of the movie, but as they are 2 top class actors, they do make the movie interesting and entertaining. I know that the movie is old, but I thought that I would give it a go as there isn't that many movies out this month. I'm glad that I chose this film because it's a very original and a different way of shooting a film. Surprisingly Enjoyable!Round-Up:Aaron Eckhart is another one of those actors that doesn't get the recognition that he is due. He was great in The Dark Knight and he was missed in The Dark Knight Rises. He was a great choice for this movie and the chemistry between him and Helen Bonham Carter was great. I must admit, I couldn't see where the hell the movie was going from the beginning, but once it starts going its funny and emotional in parts.Budget: $450,000Worldwide Gross: $975,000I recommend this movie to people who are into there movies about 2 childhood sweethearts that reunite at a wedding. 6/10

Machawndie M (au) wrote: Ewww I hate this movie its so retarded

Steve B (jp) wrote: Funny Horror-Bollywood flick in the style of new wave asian horror movies. Thanx to super-flic Ashmit Patel, without him it would be a real bore...

Nicolas A (us) wrote: Ive heard allot about Emiliano Zapata and i was looking for this movie for ages, now i finnaly find a good version :D. I don't know how much of the story that is true but im sure that most of it is true. Marlon Brando gives a powerfull performance as Zapata, one of his best performances ive seen so far. Also Anthony Quinn gives the best of himself and the directing of Elia Kazan is again superb, the way he shows us the story, the villagers and their problems, how Zapata became the leader,... . A great movie and you should really see this.

John P (mx) wrote: Akira Kurosawa is widely known as one of the twentieth century's greatest directors, responsible for masterpieces like Rashoman, Ikiru, and The Seven Samurai. But every director must begin somewhere. John Ford got his start on B-westerns. Steven Spielberg began with Duel, the story of a man being chased down a desolate stretch of highway by a homicidal big-rig trucker. And Kurosawa started with that most Asian of genre films, the martial arts movie. Sanshiro Sugata (subtitled Judo Saga) tells the story of a young man who seeks to learn jujitsu, but upon seeing his prospective sensei thwarted in an attack on a rival instructor chooses to follow this man and his new art of judo. Don't expect any nefarious plots by criminal syndicates with innocent lives hanging in the balance. Sanshiro Sugata is more like an American boxing film in that it focuses mainly on the hero's personal development and his rise to become a great fighter. And rather than the flying kicks and fists of fury that characterize modern entries in the genre, this movie uses pure judo and jujitsu, which consists of the combatants struggling shoulder to shoulder seeking to throw the other, with only the occasional block or leg-sweep. The fighting here is simple but authentic, and fairly well staged. In between the fights, we see Sanshiro train, develop a budding romance, and learn that a warrior's spirit is as important as his skill. There is of course a villain, instantly recognizable as such because of his resemblance to Snidely Whiplash, and of course they fight before it's all over. I must confess that the villain is never given much characterization, nor is his hatred for Sanshiro explained. More interesting is Murai, an aging jujitsu master who faces Sanshiro in the annual police tournament. He is fighting for the honor of his dojo, and to make his daughter proud. Their match, pitting Murai's skill and experience against Sanshiro's strength and agility was the movie's high point for me. The film's low budget does show at times, mainly in the set pieces and the low quality of the night shooting. More seriously, the significance of some scenes isn't clear, and others felt like they should have been developed further, such as when the daughter of a fallen rival seeks vengeance on the hero. However, this may be due to the fact that wartime authorities cut a great deal of footage, most of which was never recovered. Sanshiro Sugata is a long way from the kind of movies Kurosawa would be making just a few short years later, but it's not bad for a debut film, and there are signs of the greatness he would later achieve.

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