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Ajeesh V (au) wrote: Kudos to Trivikram.. I think he is one of the best director in Tollywood.. and this movie turned out to be one oh his best.. I am not a fan of Pawan Kalyan. But he was really really good in this movie.. The plot, comedy, action.. everything in this movie was great..
Robert F (br) wrote: MIFF '08: Because the director died at some point during production, this film was released without an ending. I can't imagine what else they planned to tack on as a finale - it already had a running time of two and a half hours, which was far too long in my opinion. But anyway, I liked what they had as an ending. It was ambiguous, but it wrapped things up quite nicely for Monica (who I saw as the main character in a cast of thousands) - although the fact that her body was seemingly an electrical conductor remains a mystery to me. There was a nice balance between comedy and drama - the black and white scenes dispersed throughout the film were especially epic and unsettling. It was just the length that got to me in the end. A lot could been cut out without damaging the story, I think.
Martin H (ag) wrote: More of a TV Movie than a Theatrical Movie. Doesn't match up with the original. But still plenty of Power Rangers fun. 5/10
Chris (it) wrote: If there is one thing the '80s did just as good as Horror, it's probably Teen Sex Comedies.This one ain't that bad, mostly due to the smokin' hot Caren Kaye and the hilarious Crispin Glover who spends the entire movie trying to get some and continually failing.The music, however, is shit and the print used for the DVD looked pretty bad, probably came from a VHS tape.
Cathy C (us) wrote: Give me a stack of Elvis movies and a rainy Sunday afternoon!
Jakob P (jp) wrote: Goldfinger sets the tone of the entire James Bond series, setting many standards and themes that would be copied by many filmmakers to come. The interesting plot and villain boosts Goldfinger to another level making this film the best entry in the James Bond series.
Chemi G (es) wrote: Para muchos esta pelicula simplemente es la epitome del cine de Brasil...y no es dificil no comprender inmediatamente porque...Glauber Rocha simplemente es uno de los vanguardistas mas extremos y arriesgados del septimo arte.Deberia de ser considerado uno de los pocos cineastas verdaderamente geniales del medio cinematografico.Desafortunadamente su obra no es muy conocida fuera de Brasil, pero eso va cambiando poco a poco, es necesario...
Emily Kate (de) wrote: This was a really great movie!!!
Sherry M (gb) wrote: Too strange! Lots of points for originality - you've never seen anything like this before - but begins to get weird for weirdness' sake alone. Also a bit disturbed about the humor of holding a gun to your wife's head and locking her in a cage.
Kevin D (fr) wrote: A Comparative Look at the Pirates Series - Part 2: Dead Man's ChestThe second entry in the series returns to the world of pirates in a much broader perspective in terms of story.It is still an Adventure film in many ways, but I think this and the next in the series is far more in the realm of Fantasy. Dead Man's Chest brings back the characters that we were introduced to in the first film, and many new ones to add more depth to the 'Pirates' world.At the beginning of the film we return to the island where William Turner, and Elizabeth Swann have recently started their life together. Very early on, their relationship is threatened by a new and much more human villain. Under the employ of the East India Trading Company, a man by the name of Cutler Beckett uses his financial and political clout to arrest both William and Elizabeth for their acts of piracy in the first film. He uses this to manipulate William to hunt down Jack Sparrow and bring him to justice. Jack hasn't changed much since the first film. When we are introduced to him, he is literally escaping what looks like hell, and he does so with such ease that he makes it look like fun. In addition we are introduced to another new villain, Davy Jones (fantastically played by Bill Nighy) who is consumed by an immortal quest to sail the seas and collect the souls of the dead to spend 100 years aboard his ship in service. Personally, I think he is my favourite personality throughout the series, if not just for the facial expressions he (and the FX team) managed to portray through the digital design of the character.This movie and its sequel serve a much larger portion of plot to the viewer. Dead Man's Chest serves as the middle story for the original trilogy of films. There is a definite negative undertone throughout as each character goes through their own trials and alliances are tested. It becomes quite obvious that each person will play their part and betrayal is the main theme of this movie. Despite the fondness William may have for Jack, they are pitted against each other. Elizabeth finds herself in a position of power for the first time and must use it to manipulate Jack to her own ends. And of course the villains of the film pulling the strings to achieve their own ends.This entry is probably the darkest in tone, and certainly has an undertone of death to it. The fight scenes are certainly aggressively violent for a Disney movie, but I think it was essential for this adventure. It is the 'Empire Strikes Back' of the series, and so; ends with a cliff-hanger as expected. It maintains that level of excitement throughout and plays an important role in the series, although perhaps not as lighthearted and fun as the original.3/5