Vijay Kumar, a forest officer returns to the forest where his dad met an untimely end. Will his secret plan to snare poachers succeed? Sandalwood, ivory,animal hides and raw power is at the nexus of money and corruption. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Vijay Kumar, a forest officer returns to the forest where his dad met an untimely end. Will his secret plan to snare poachers succeed? Sandalwood, ivory,animal hides and raw power is at the nexus of money and corruption.
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Erin R (es) wrote: This independent film was well thought out and had good intentions. The plot while a bit dry at first eventually became interesting and started to unfold around her life and misconception of her family. But almost wasn't worth waiting the first half hour for. Shailene Woodley's performance in the movie was unlike any of her other movies so broadly based on romance. This movie gave her space to grow as an actress. However because of her talent it felt like the movie relied too heavily on her performance and lacked in depth of other character relationships. As the story progresses trying to guess the ending is next to impossible and as soon as you think you have it, the plot changes opening up different opportunities for the ending. The ending is nothing you could have guessed, it's got quite the twist.
Mia W (au) wrote: Nothing new or original in this movie. But it has a decent amount of action the pass the time. Besides you get to stare at Chris Pine for 1 hr & 45 mins. Not a bad thing at all.
Shaun B (gb) wrote: Run-of-the-mill "true" horror flick with above average acting.
Erin B (ag) wrote: I know I'm too old to get into cartoons, but this cartoon is so sarcastic and hilarous! She-go is my favorite!
Chucho E Q (jp) wrote: Do I want to see it because of Patrick Dempsey only? Yes... Do I want to see it because of Patrick Dempsey's nudity scene? Absolutely. Am I a bad person? No. Just a Dempsey crazy fan...
Kyle F (au) wrote: Brilliant and insightful movie about a boy who is rescued from a cult and must be deprogrammed.
Ian G (gb) wrote: Must see film for all Wing Chun enthusiasts.
Simon M (es) wrote: this film requires lengthy commentary, for which I am unfit at present. (It is 2:45am). Many memorable moments though. It's an effective critical look at consumer capitalism but also an autocritique of sloganeering leftist opposition amid the post-1968 'come down'. Godard also reflects on the medium of film itself within a capitalist culture industry (hence, the opening sequence with all its talk of getting 'stars' on board, writing the cheques, etc). The close of the film has an amazing setpiece in a Carrefour supermarche, which employs a long tracking shot that moves from left to right many times - in this way, you can see where Haneke et al. often pay homage to JLG in their own work. A great film not only in relation to its original context, but clearly still with much relevance today.
Gina P (de) wrote: Lousy, lousy movie; pretty, pretty Lambretta
Greg H (us) wrote: It's not the worst movie ever made.
Matthew C (mx) wrote: It goes without saying Bradley Cooper is huge talent. The course of his career has had some hits (big) and some misses. This is one of them.What's frustrating about "Burnt" is that it's so predictable. Take his "The Hangover" character, make him rude and brash then throw him in a kitchen and that's "Burnt." I wanted to have some empathy for Cooper's character, but with every scene that quickly disappeared. Now, if the director wanted Cooper's role to be that of a tortured kitchen genius, that's nothing new either (meaning a tortured artist).Cooper's supporting cast shine around a character that smothers them. Oh and I'll never say, "Plate" loudly ever. There is a screenplay making the rounds in Hollywood about a hugely successful NFL closeted quarterback. It could gain some serious traction and in reading it I thought Cooper would be excellent in the role. It's an interesting character study and far from predictable. There is one major hurdle. No NFL team is willing to commit its franchise name. A fictional team compromises the story's credibility. Homophobia in pro sports throws an excellent character study on a dusty shelf.