Kaalia - A name that spells terror in the minds of people, and the police but Kaalia was not always like this. Years ago he was a mere simpleton. Living simply in a shanty ch awl with his elder brother, Shyamlal, Bhabhi (Sister - in - law), whom he adored and their daughter Munni. Apart from them there is no one else in Kallu's little world until one day, an enemy in the guise of Shahani Seth appears. Shahani shatters the happiness in Kallu's life. That same day the young Kallu dies, and the dreaded Kaalia is born, Kaalia's main motive in life becomes wealth, and to destroy Shahani. This path of violence leads Kaalia to inspector Raghubir Singh's jail. Outside of jail, Shahani starts reclaiming his power, and inside jail, Kaalia clashes with Raghubir Singh.
Nancy M (ca) wrote: The action was great and funny
James F (us) wrote: I've seen awful student movies better than 3 Geezers. Absolutely horrible. I was expecting a outro by Leonard Pinth Garnell. That's a lie, I couldn't sit through 3 Geezers.
Sherilyn H (br) wrote: Movie was a great surprise. Had you going from the moment it started. A must watch.
Andrew B (es) wrote: Only non-boring part of this snooze-fest - it was all shot in one continuous shot. That's kinda cool. It'd be cooler if it didn't make me wanna fall asleep.
Michael S (ag) wrote: It's been a while since a movie left me feeling such raw, unbridled emotions. I will say that I think Talk to Her is something of a masterpiece about the limitations and capabilities of love, friendship and what it means to be alive. Though the tone can occasionally reach the border of melodrama, I think the skill of Almodovar keeps everything on point and realistic, even when the film is at its strangest. I'd recommend this to fans of Almodovar's other work or people that love thoughtful, perfectly constructed dramas.
Bobby L (ca) wrote: I found another JCVD film. yay! Also, I now have Netflix, so, I should be able to get the (few) other films of us I haven't yet seen, and be able to finish off this whole project/ experiment thing.As for the movie, it has an excellent pace, and a few impressive fights. It's not the best acted film though, especially from the man himself, whom has done worse, but not as strong as he has been elsewhere (mostly notably Nowhere To Run), making the emotional arc a bit hard to swallow at times, but it's still a pretty fun flick.
Charles P (mx) wrote: Body of Evidence is a dull courtroom drama where the case itself is laughable. When we're not in the courtroom, we're subjected to kinky sex and even more laughs. I found out later this wasn't a comedy.
Adam R (gb) wrote: Definitely a dip in quality from the previous entry. Temple of Doom brings back everyone's favorite archaeologist but takes him on a darker path. Sure Raiders had its frightening moments but it never felt excessive. This time, the darker moments linger for a much longer amount of time. Even more unnerving is that the lighter moments feel too light. Now we have a wacky kid sidekick and an annoyingly shrill love interest (Short Round and Willie Scott respectively) to serve as our comic relief. The tonal shifts are so extreme that it becomes very jarring.The personal problems that Steven Spielberg and George Lucas endured during production have noticeably seeped into the final product, making it somewhat of a cynical and unpleasant experience.It sounds like I hate this movie but in truth this is still very entertaining in many ways. There are some great set pieces, excellent action scenes, and another compelling performance from Harrison Ford. If you're curious, then I would suggest checking it out even though it's very flawed.
Justin P (au) wrote: Wedding Crashers is expertly-written, directed, and performed - all with near-perfect audio mixing. Not only that, it's hilarious. Perhaps the story does fall into typical cliches we're used to seeing nowadays, but it accomplished so much for its time - and still manages to entertain to this day 10 years later.