Amar Sharma lives a poor lifestyle with his widowed mother in India. During his younger days itself, his mother was diagnosed with diabetes and he became her caretaker and nurse. Things got... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Hkon S (es) wrote: Excellent! First class staff and a first class plot. Original, entertaining, funny and exciting.
Jose Luis M (es) wrote: Inteligente film , donde la realidad se cruza con la fantasa y ocurre lo inimaginable Van Damme sabe actuar, recomendable.
Jason D (ru) wrote: The thought of a small-scale comedy starring two great underrated actors like Jason Lee (My Name is Earl) and Cripsin Glover (Willard) had me very excited for this film. Unfortunately, Drop Dead Sexy is muddled in it's own confusion. Small time crook Lee (playing an eerily similar variation of his Earl character) and grave digger Glover (playing the EXACT character he later uses in the film Simon Says) botch a job for resident drug lord Pruitt Taylor Vince (Constantine) and scramble to find money to pay him back. They concoct an idea to rob the grave of the recently deceased wife of the local rich guy (Xander Berkeley). Once the body is out, they fall in a deeper hole that unravels into a murder mystery of sorts. Now, everyone tries to screw everyone over. The story sounds like it looked really good on paper, but wasn't necessarily done properly on film. All of the actors put in decent performances, however, the film is muddled in bad editing and confusing jumps. As far as tone goes, the film couldn't seem to decide whether it was a raunchy comedy or a very dark comedy. Brad Dourif (the voice of Chucky from the Child's Play movies) has a bit part as a mortician in a somewhat amusing, yet a bit unnecessary role. Not too terribly awful, but I honestly expected so much more out of it.
Jeanfrancois B (mx) wrote: si l'histoire des Panther vous interressent un bon film
Mariel H (au) wrote: My favorite movie of all time.
Philip J (es) wrote: A group of young medical students come across a mysterious corpse that is very much burned beyond recognition. But this is no ordinary body. While examining the body, one of the students, Elizabeth Blaine (Diane Neal) accidentally pricks her finger on a fang that suddenly grows out of the corpse's mouth. Based on this as well as other circumstantial evidence, the students believe that this is not an ordinary human body, but rather . . . a vampire. The students decide that this "vampire" is worth the time to do some experiments on to determine whether they can discover the key to immortality and the like...Leading the study is Professor Lowell (Craig Sheffer), the boyfriend of Elizabeth, and who is currently confined to a wheelchair due to cerebral palsy. Perhaps, this vampire corpse may be the key which leads to a cure not only for Lowell's sickness, but for all of mankind's illnesses. What they may discover in this vampire being could have the potential to make physical disease a thing of the past...The students decide to "revive" the vampire, but little do they realize that once you start playing with fire, you can't extinguish the flames... The students discover that not only can this vampire come back to life; this vampire could very well be Dracula himself...Father Uffizi (Jason Scott Lee) has been sent from the Vatican on a mission: to vanquish Dracula and his armies of darkness once and for all. But the only way to destroy Dracula is for Father Uffizi to grant him absolution. Because you see, Dracula in his previous life was the one and only Judas. (And please, don't ask me what this is all about -- I didn't write the story to this movie, I'm only reporting what I saw.) Dracula II: Ascension is the much anticipated, long awaited sequel to Dracula 2000. Okay, I admit it . . . I'm outright lying. How many of you have even heard of, let alone seen, Dracula 2000? If you have heard or seen this movie, please raise your hands. I thought so...The problem with Dracula II: Ascension is that it's both poorly written and very lethargic. We are never emotionally invested in these characters, with the possible exception of Father Uffizi. We don't really care about the characters' fates and quite frankly, the longer we watch this movie, the more we simply want to get it over with. The production values are outright cheap. The majority of the movie looks like it was filmed in an abandoned building. This film doesn't really have much atmosphere to spare either. Basically, this movie is a chore to watch. I would say that there is some decent gore in this film. This film has a fairly cool double decapitation sequence as well as numerous other beheadings. There is an insane bloodbath scene where a bathtub of blood revives Dracula and the usual chaos ensues. Finally, there is a rather gruesome moment where Dracula rips off a victim's face. The poor victim comes back to life and you see a close-up of the inside of his face in gory detail as he attacks the remaining survivors. Jason Scott Lee (best known for his memorable performance as Bruce Lee in Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story) does a decent job and plays a credible lead hero. I like that there was some effort made to have Uffizi not an outright hero, but not a complete antihero either. The twist with his character is that Uffizi himself has been infected by the vampire curse and each day, he exposes himself to the sun, screaming in agony as his skin burns in hopes that the sunlight may get rid of his vampire curse. But he is never completely successful and each day, he struggles not to succumb to this curse. As for the rest of the cast, I really just didn't care about their performances. While I think the majority of them tried very hard to make the best out of this low-budget and boring movie, I get the sense that most of the actors are doing this simply for the paycheck and are trying to get this done and over with. You'll also notice that Roy Scheider's name is fairly prominent in the film's promotional advertising, but his cameo appearance lasts for a laughable five minutes at most. Dracula II: Ascension is ultimately hampered by its extremely low budget and crude production. Despite the sincere efforts of both the cast and the crew, Dracula II: Ascension is simply unable to overcome its limitations. To be frank, this film is not really enjoyable even for cheap thrills. Just skip this one. Besides, I doubt you'll even come across this movie unless you're actively seeking this one out...
Cara R (fr) wrote: It's a Disney movie, and it's as well as can be expected for a Disney movie. One of the better ones, in my opinion.
Joby D (gb) wrote: I think this is Almodovar's best film.
Paul M (br) wrote: 20% totally amazing Nielson, the other 80% totally awful.
Lora C (au) wrote: awsome movie even if he is dead now
Allan C (nl) wrote: John Carpenter directed this very un-John Carpenter like film following the box office failure of the now cult classic "The Thing." With this film, Carpenter showed that he was not just a horror guy and could do something very different and with "Starman" he's completely successful. "Starman" is arguably Carpenter's best film, though I have to say the adolescent boy in me still prefers "Escape from New York." It's a charming film about an alien visitor who's ship crashes on earth. The alien assumes the form of Karen Allen's deceased husband and makes her drive him to his rendezvous at a remote crater. The story is very much an old fashioned road film about couple who starts out hating each other but who over the course of the film form a strong bond and a common understanding of each other, ALA "It Happened One Night" or "The 39 Steps." It's that throwback element that does give this film a tie to the John Carpenter cannon of films (that and his distinctive style of framing shots and the often spare way he fills his frames). Though the film does have a John Carpenter touch, the real heroes of this film are the screenwriters (including the uncredited Dean Riesner who did the final drafts of the script) and the film's stars, Bridges and Allen. Charles Martin Smith is also good in his role as a SETI scientist helping the government chase down the alien. There are also good small bit parts for Richard Jaeckel, M.C. Gainey and Carpenter regular George "Buck" Flowers. Jack Nitzsche also provides the film with a nicely understated score.
Gary D (kr) wrote: An early Hammer sci-fi/horror that has elements of the film company's later successes(good acting and creepy moments). Ultimately though, it's a watchable (just)1950s B movie.
Darryl S (nl) wrote: Resoundingly heartbreaking! The film feels like you're watching a documentary; you are riveted by this man's desperation to hold his life and family together. The final scene with his little boy is no less than heart-bursting! Have a box of Kleenex handy.... :) One of the greatest achievements in filmmaking ever! :D
Orlok W (gb) wrote: An interesting plot make this a must-see for Karloff fans--A Lot Happens Before He Hangs!!
Jessica H (ca) wrote: Salma makes this film a little more interesting, but it lacks the push to really take it to the next level.
Nick L (nl) wrote: A joy to watch this charming and humorous film.
Will D (es) wrote: An incredible, awe-inspiringly powerful film. It contains some of the most convincing performances I've ever laid eyes on. And although it is a masterpiece, it's also a punishing experience for whoever sits through it.
Matt B (de) wrote: Woody Allen and Scarlett Johansson are an enjoyable pair, so it's a shame Scoop just isn't very funny.