Ratheesh Vasudevan, Assistant Commissioner of Police, is investigating the murder of Anoop, a part time actor in local plays. Investigation reveals other faces of Anoop, who is a leftist activist and an engineer by qualification. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An investigatory story that centers around an Assistant Commissioner of Police, Ratheesh Vasudevan who uncovers the mystery behind the illicit killing of a young communist, Anoop.
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Brandon T (br) wrote: 4'1/2. Not a well known movie, but a good one. It's about being a preacher in the hood. And being in the setting, it's actually pretty clean. I liked the subjects that it brought up and how a murderer turned Christian would handle it.
Kelly K (de) wrote: This was fun, but more aimed towards a younger crowd. Becky and Milly are awesome though and definitely put a new spin on things.
Perrine B (mx) wrote: Friends. Rivals. Sisters.Maggie est belle, fofolle et n'a aucun sens des responsabilits. Rose est intelligente, carririste, mais a laiss tomb tout apprtement physique. Elles sont surs et tout les oppose, sauf leur pointure de chaussures. Quand Maggie couche avec l'amant de Rose, c'est le clash. Les surs se retrouvent pour la premire fois devoir s'occuper chacune sans se soucier de l'autre, et vont se dcouvrir des facettes qu'elles ne souponnaient pas au gr de nouvelles rencontres. Je ne me lasse pas de cette comdie sociale de 2005. Cameron Diaz excelle en petite peste au grand cur et Toni Collette incarne parfaitement la grande sur qui doit tout porter sur ses paules. Parfois lger, d'autres moments plus grave, ce film illustre les conflits qui peuvent survenir au sein d'une mme famille : mensonges, maladie, trahison, abandon. Mais la complicit demeure, malgr le srieux de certaines mauvaises actions. Pas parfait mais trs agrable.
Michael T (br) wrote: A vampire film from producer Charles Band's Full Moon pictures. Band started out in the declining days of grindhouse and drive-in movies and soon realized there was money to made in the direct-to-video market. Especially if you made low-budget genre films. The good points of this film is that this film was one of the first movies made in post-Communist Romania and director Ted Nikolaou takes full advantage of this (actually filming a vampire movie set in Transylvania in Transylvania). We follow three attractive female university students as they drive off into the Romanian countryside to study local folklore and blunder into a family struggle between two disparate vampire half-brothers and a bizarre family struggle that goes back centuries. Angus Scrimm ("The Tall Man" in the Phantasm movies) gets star-billing here but his appearance is pretty short. Anders Hove plays Radu, the principle heavy and his creepy makeup job looks intense. The problem is that he spends 3/4 of the film looking menacing but doing very little that is actually menacing. And when he does do anything menacing, he relies too heavily on his creepy demonic homunculi that look incredibly fake. Then there is Stefan, played by Michael Watson, who is the brooding good-guy Byronic vampire. Back in 1991, this probably was a fresh idea but we've had years of romantic brooding good guy vampires and his romance with Laura Mae Tate is pretty weak. This series got better (and weirder) as the 1990s progressed so I give this film three stars because of its potential and the novelty of being the first western film made in Romania after the Cold War. The slow plodding nature of the script and wooden acting (apart from Hove and Scrimm) and the really bad homunculi FX means that this is actually a two star movie.
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VanNATTA (ru) wrote: Great story I went & seen this when it came out in theaters. I just wish I was Charlie Wolf !!
Alex r (au) wrote: I love nature gone wild horror flicks. There's a certain appeal to killer animal films that just makes that genre of horror so memorable. Director Lewis Teague has made one of the classic gator flicks, years before films like Rogue and Lake Placid took to the screens. Alligator is fun monster horror flick about a killer alligator that terrorizes a town. This is a very good film that is pretty underrated. If you enjoy good old' fashioned cheesy monster films, then this is the perfect film to watch. As far as killer creature films are concerned, this is the most entertaining since 1976's Grizzly. There's plenty of good gruesome moments in this film to appeal to horror fans. If you love creature features, then check this one out. The cast do a good job and there's plenty of effective suspenseful moments to thrill you. This is a terrific B movie. it's a very enjoying film from start to finish. It's a well written, well directed from Lewis Teague, who also directed Cujo. It's very entertaining, and is a film that should get more exposure. Alligator is underrated and is a must see for fans who enjoy a good killer creature flick. Although nothing original, Alligator is nonetheless a solid entertaining film that delivers a thrilling viewing experience. The film is very tongue in cheek, and I think that's what makes this film so good, add to that an ample body count, and you have a horror film worth watching.
Joel A (kr) wrote: A not entirely well made but like able Elvis film where you saw a rarity ...Elvis completely upstaged by Ann Magaret.The plot is unbelievably one dimensional basically a race car driver (Elvis) trying to woo Ann Magaret with occasional unesscery musical numbers.A perfect example of a typical Hollywood Crowd Pleaser that I'm sure will appeal to Elvis Fans. It's fun fast & cheeky.
Jacob G (fr) wrote: Godzilla: king of the monsters is a surprisingly deep movie considering his reputation the acting is great and the only big problem with the film is that it is VERY dated