Hi I'm Tony
"Hi, I am Tony" is a psycho thriller based on happenings in a day in Bangalore.Sameer (Asif Ali)and Tina (Mia) elopes to Bangalore after their days of love.They live in a flat owned by Achayan (Biju Menon). Tony (Lal)comes to their flat after he had an encounter with them.
"Hi, I am Tony" is a psycho thriller based on happenings in a day in Bangalore. Sameer (Asif Ali) and Tina (Mia) elopes to Bangalore after their days of love. They live in a flat owned by ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hi I'm Tony torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: i can't believe david bowie at the end of the film, it made it so much better. and the hints of ska music, I LIKE!
(nl) wrote: The story takes place in the futuristic world where Toby voiced by Freddie Highmore is the best student and the clever son of Dr.Tenma voiced by Nicolas Cage. When Toby dies in an explosion from a red core powered robot, his dad creates an exact robot replica using Toby's DNA and a blue core that will grant him such abilities. When he finds out that President Stone voiced by Donald Sutherland is after the blue core due to its amazing powers, Stone and his army chase Toby out of Metro City and into an underworld where robots are dumped and trashed. He also gets to learn human feelings and emotions from a small group of human beings especially from a girl named Cora voiced by Kristen Bell. As Toby, now known as Astro Boy is taken back to Metro City in order for the core to be handed back, his dad makes another plan however and places the core back into his son, letting him save the day as President Stone recruits his robot with the red core. I'm not going to trust anyone and believe that Astro Boy is a terrible kids' film when it's not. This movie is a good movie. It tackles the cliches you would see in a typical children's film very well and creates new storylines with it instead of making the characters cardboard cut outs. Astro Boy gets a solid 8/10.
(jp) wrote: Looks interesting will try to find and watch!
(us) wrote: Almost perfectly crafted this supposed "made-to-look-like-one-take" picture from Hitchcock. It's brilliantly told though, and the suspense builds as the film moves along. It start with it's opening shocking scene and to know more before seeing this classic is better left unsaid. James Stewart and the other players at hand here work perfectly against each other. To watch it all unravel was more exciting than most modern movies, I've seen. Hitchcock shows us once again what all he is capable of making when it comes to feature films and this is no exception. Apparently this is also loosely based on a real case in history as well as a famous play from back in the 40's. What Hitchcock does here is recreates the stage to screen with long single shot takes that feel like they were all filmed in one night where everyone was spot on.
(us) wrote: This showed up recently on Netflix. It's a neat take on death coming to visit a police station in a small town in Scotland. A bit gory at times, but definitely a good, thrill ride.
(de) wrote: The story was decent and the monologs between Clint and Burt were very entertaining. Definitely worth more than the overall rating says its worth if your a Clint Eastwood fan.