Phir Hera Pheri

Phir Hera Pheri

Babu Rao, Raju and Shyam, are living happily after having risen from rags to riches. Still, money brings the joy of riches and with it the greed to make more money - and so, with a don as an unknowing investor, Raju initiates a new game.

Babu Rao, Raju and Shyam, are living happily after having risen from rags to riches. Still, money brings the joy of riches and with it the greed to make more money - and so, with a don as an unknowing investor, Raju initiates a new game. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Harry W (de) wrote: Being a well-received horror film by Joe Dante, The Howling sounded like a good old fashioned 80's horror piece.It is clear that The Howling is done on a very low budget. Although it is a Werewolf-themed horror movie, it keeps the horror limited mostly to the implications until about halfway through the movie where is picks up a visual flare and progresses from there. In this manner it is familiar to Joe Dante's previous film, Piranha. The difference however is that Piranha was more about exploitation and how many deaths it could achieve while The Howling is a bit more creative in terms of story, characters and its general horror themes. There Werewolf themes are implied for most of the film and the characters don't actually transform into them until about 47 minutes into the movie which constitutes more than half of the film. Up until then there is not that much horror, just some kind of surreal drama. After that, the atmosphere remains constant. The great thing about The Howling is that it benefits from having Joe Dante as director. As Joe Dante proved on Piranha, he knows how to keep atmosphere in a horror film effective. It's done by maintaining the atmosphere consistently once it begins and never letting it drop, and that is exactly what he does to the film. When the werewolves come into The Howling, they are there to stay and so is the tense mood and creepy thrills of the film. The second half of the film really makes The Howling a good film and renders it memorable viewing. The rest of the film is just a bit of waiting around, but the second half of The Howling truly maintains what is required to make a good horror film.With low-budget 1980's horror films, there are three key components which define whether the film is successful or not: a tense atmosphere, good death scenes and plenty of nudity. Elisabeth Brooks supplies the nudity with a memorable sex scene in the film where the participant begin to transition into Werewolves, so The Howling has enough nudity in one brief scene. When it comes to the quantity of kills, there could possibly have been more and a little more blood and gore as well, but the ones that are present in the film are executed extremely well. The kills stand up fairly well on both sides in the film with plenty of Werewolves dying and humans being victimized in intense scenes of slaughter. There could have been a touch more blood and gore in the film, but as a whole The Howling succeeds in the three most central areas. It does so strictly during the second half of the film, but it is all done so consistently well for the latter half of the feature that it is able to transcend the first half of the film. The Howling really ends up being predicated all on how well the second half of the feature turns out because the starting 47 minutes is nothing but pointless plotting and shallow attempts at character building. The fact is that The Howling is not a film with complex plotting or character development, it is simply a low budget horror film and nothing more. It benefits seriously well from having Joe Dante as the director because his ability to exercise strong visuals gives the film a strong second act. It is just a matter of sitting through the first to reach the second. Yet unlike countless other films where one half is poor and another half is strong, the other half in The Howling is so strong that it gives a good name to the entire film. It may not be the smartest exercise in Werewolf mythology, but after a slow start it certainly becomes an entertaining one.I didn't really find as much of the dark comedy in the film as others seemed to have been able to. There were mild deadpan comedy moments in the film, but they were too little to initiate much laughter. What is more important is the horror atmosphere, and it works because The Howling is able to spark up some thrills. It mainly does that through its visual elements. The makeup effects for the film are very good. The costumes and prosthetics used to create the Werewolves look really creepy in a manner which is eerie and frightening in a legitimate manner, and despite its low budget there is nothing stopping The Howling from maintaining state-of-the-art effects. The designs of the makeup in The Howling is brilliant because it evokes a truly great appearance for its mythological creatures who all have strong movements and thoroughly creepy appearances. They pose a genuine threat to the characters in the film which makes the horror themes of the film effective on several different levels. All these elements play out against the backdrop of scenery and production design which really evokes a feeling of isolation and distance from civilization. Plus, the musical score is a certain kind of hauntingly intense which reinforces the horror mood and the eerie nature of the feature as well as bringing a strong sense of dramatization to the atmosphere. The Howling is surprisingly effective in its atmosphere, and it ends up reminiscent of the first Evil Dead movie without as much comedy, consistency or general overall qualities. The visual grace of The Howling is excellent because it has a sense of exploitation to it without hitting viewers over the head with that notion, and it ends up being a story that can genuinely be taken seriously due to the story not going ridiculously over the top in any way.So The Howling has a generic and dull first half which is built on characterizing a generic and familiar plot as well as thin characters. Once it gets passed that, the full extent of Joe Dante's directorial work is felt which fills the film with visual magnificence, a tense atmosphere and a genuine sense of horror.

Nicolas B (jp) wrote: It's intense but not really thought through, leaving holes in what could've been an excellent horror flick.

Amanda H (ca) wrote: I watched about half an hour of this and found nothing of interest. Stale plot, bad acting, everything on one level. Don't waste your time.

Chucky (jp) wrote: January 8th 2011April 22nd 2013March 6th 2015

Jason S (de) wrote: Absolutely hilarious

John A (br) wrote: The Fictionalized Events, Of Ian Fleming's Life Before Turning Novelist. It's A Fact That Fleming Was In Army Intelligence, But We Don't Know What Went On. This Made For Cable TV Movie Provides An Enjoyable Insight, In What Some Events May Have Been Like. This Heavily Fictionalized Account Of The Author's Early Life Is An Enjoyable Piece Of Fluff, Starring Jason Connery (Sean Connery's Son), As Fleming.

Anuj S (nl) wrote: A great movie and a treat for the nightmare franchise fans I guarantee you that you would not be disappointed a bit by the movie

Rodney E (es) wrote: Some people think that it is classic..I don't. Michael Keaton holds the movie together really well and I'm a sucker for good casts, but there really isn't anything here from a role reversal concept. While stay at home dads are more common in 2008, it's hard to see the originality, even though it was pretty fresh in 83. I never found it to be that funny but I will put up with it if I find it flipping through the TV.

SimonFlix L (es) wrote: A personnal favorite of mine, about a steel-edged police commissionner living in an equally unforgiving, hard and blue Paris. As usual, the jazz and silences highlight Melville's symphony of images.

Dean A (ag) wrote: I REALLY ENJOYED this movie, Wolfcop is my all time favorite cult classic horror comedy. I so can't wait to see the sequel Wolfcop 2 and I hope to see more sequels in the future.

Makisig H (au) wrote: Its underdeveloped characters, unsatisfying tone and low key technicalities makes this supposed -to-be erotic film unappealing.