Nayak: The Hero
En route to Delhi to receive an award, a Bengali film star reevaluates his success through his fellow passengers, dreams and past experiences.
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Adam H (us) wrote: Well, this was a mildly amusing movie. it was amusing how terrible most of it was. it reminded me of a Lloyd Kaufman troma movie...but without all the stuff that makes troma movies bearable (the over the top violence, sex, and gore). So if you want a (slightly) tamer troma film, check this out.
Kelly C (au) wrote: He's Lucky on GH, how can I resist?
Alberto C (de) wrote: Uno de esos clasicos que tienes que ver. Accion y adrenalina seguras.
Louis V (gb) wrote: This movie captivated me over twenty years ago. I thought it was a delightful Italian romp that spoke to me in an intimate way, It was the Italian humor, the scenery, the Aegean, the nostalgia (I was there, in Greece, once) but also a sense of magic, yes, that is what we all want: to be transported to paradise! I saw it again recently and felt the same. Yes, it lacks depth, it is a little frothy, but there are few movies that convey this feeling.
Sylvester K (gb) wrote: I simply love Ed Wood for his work, his unique style and weird ideas always surprise his audience. In this debut film, Ed Wood explored touchy subjects like Transvestism and Sexuality which would be quite controversial at the time. Bela Lugosi as the scientist was just perfect. As much as I want to say nice things about this film, I simply just cannot do so. it's a Z-movie, the editing was horrible, acting was disgusting, but it's fun and hilarious to watch though. The dialogues did not make any sense at all... but I suppose that's the charm of it. If you like kitsch then this would be a good pass time option.
Howard B (ru) wrote: For a film that has a lot of great performances and occasionally interesting ideas on it's side, it is amazing how underwhelming this ends up being. I think the religious turn is meant to be a twist, and is even worked up to as such, but if you haven't got it from the title or any of the dialogue in the first half then you must have been asleep. Once it is delivered the motives and actions of the characters are both alienating and perhaps don't give off the message intended to anyone who is not religious to begin with. With this to one side though, things still don't pick up much as the action is all a bit cliche. There are some occasionally interesting bits of dialogue and a few more insightful thoughts on a post apocalyptic world then seen in other such recent films, but it's not enough to keep it going.