A story of two of Mumbai Police's top encounter specialists' fight for control and oneupmanship which goes through a complex maze of politics, land deals, fake encounters and bad money. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A story of two of Mumbai Police's top encounter specialists' fight for control and oneupmanship which goes through a complex maze of politics, land deals, fake encounters and bad money.
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Brad M (jp) wrote: Absolutely loved this movie, it was very funny. The actors did a great job. I would have given it 5 stars if it wasn't for the abrupt ending.Probably one of the funniest movies of the year, I saw it on a plane, and laughed out loud a few times.
Alex F (us) wrote: A fantastic sci-fi adventure, that makes you feel like you're watching a Spielberg movie, really well done, the performances by the kids are great, the suspense in revealing the creature is great, Abrams does a great job and how's how much he loves movies in this tribute to 80s film and filmmaking in general.
Jacob M (jp) wrote: The tale of the team up. Batman and Superman team together to stop a criminal Lex Luthor. Feeling a bit crowded in this team up is an understatement. Usually WB/DC does a good job on the animated features and this one falls flat. The new art work just feels meh... The story also feels the same. Count me as disappointed in this outing in the animated world.
Shannon Z (de) wrote: There are dozens of inspirational teacher movies, but this one is by far the best! 'The choices we make dictate the life we will lead'
Sasha T (ru) wrote: It's better to be dead and cool, than alive and uncool. A tribute to a dying sort of men.
Ambrosio R (nl) wrote: Up close and personal with the greatest rock band in the world. To hear them speak about what Sunday Bloody Sunday means to them is amazing. BB King telling Bono that he writes deep stuff for a kid. To see what they do behind the stage when they walk off stage before the encore is awesome. I've seen U2 in concert in Sept. 09 in Chicago and this film, in fact no film can do there shows justice. It is a religious experience to have 61,500 people singing Where The Streets Have No Name. In fact hearing the opening guitar thrashing through the speakers is enough to make a grown man cry. This movie is the closest depiction to the music they make. They didn't talk about their private lives, about girlfriends, they talked about inspirations like Larry Mullen Jr.'s love of Elvis. Visiting Graceland, the best interview moment is when Larry Mullen Jr. is sitting in his kitchen trying not to cry thinking about Elvis's eternal flame. Fading from Black-N-White to Color when they enter the desert, Sun Devil Stadium. Loved It. Enjoy.
Matt H (jp) wrote: Interesting comic satire, though it's uneven.
Thomas P (nl) wrote: Stupid name, boring villains, no fun -Slow, dry, and virtually humorless.Zzzz..
bill k (nl) wrote: The production values of this film tend to overcome the paper-thin screen play. But Ann Hathaway, James Cromwell and the ever-loveable Maggie Smith all do a yeoman's job. Very weak script.