Shootout at Wadala
The first-ever registered encounter by the Mumbai Police, which took place on November 1, 1982. It's based on a true story.
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WS W (de) wrote: Ryan Phillippe's directorial debut & starring with his own co-written screenplay. Not a good one however.
Charles L (br) wrote: His daughter is the best.
Ravi S (nl) wrote: Aa Dekhen Zara is not bad. Liked Niel Nitin Mukesh and Bipasha Basu, they were both pretty good......
Asa B (nl) wrote: Sufficiently weird to keep you interested, but now I have to find the final two parts of the trilogy! Help!!!
Lucy H (it) wrote: Very quirky and Woody Allen esq very funny in places too!
Tasha C (gb) wrote: A movie about overcoming fear of man.
Er D (au) wrote: Passable Fortsetzung zum miesen Erstling! Die Gags znden,zackig und knackig, das Schauspiel ist durchschnittlich, der Plot ist kein Totalausfall, kamera und schnitt wirken passabel, die Erotik stimmt. Einzig Brett Chukerman zieht mit seinem nichtvorhandenen Schauspieltalent den ganzen Film runter. Selten so eine miese Leistung gesehen. Ansonsten htte es 3,5 Sterne gegeben, weil der Film wirklich unterhlt und um Dimensionen besser ist als sein katastrophaler Vorgnger. Aber wegen der Horrorleistung reicht es daher nur zu 3 Sternen.
Ayse E (ru) wrote: Very good Scottish movie.
Jeff B (br) wrote: Francois Ozon continues to solidify his place on my list of favorite directors, adding yet another fabulous film to his resume.
Spencer H (mx) wrote: Bruce Almighty is funny mostly because of Jim Carrey, the movie isn't anything special, but it certainly is a fun watch.
Derek L (mx) wrote: I looooove this movie!!! It speaks to the sci-fi geek in me.
Andy V (ag) wrote: Not Nolan's best, but it keeps one's interest as he learned his craft.
Erik G (ag) wrote: He can't remember who he is, but if he does, he's dead! And I find this film thrilling and great, with our main character asking himself: "Who Am I?" Abandoned for dead after a CIA plane crash, a lone commando must fight to regain his memory and uncover an international espionage ring before they can unleash a powerful (and deadly) new energy source. With the aid of two beautiful sidekicks, Jackie fights his way across continents and faces armed assassins. Starring the great performances by Jackie Chan, Michelle Ferre, Mirai Yamamoto, and Ed Nelson.
ScubaSteve Walter M (kr) wrote: Dead Presidents is a powerful crime drama. Real heroes are always left unrecognized by society. The real enemy of poverty is the screwed up capitalist system as shown in this sad tale.
Jason G (es) wrote: Not sure why the consensus is that this is much worse than the original, when it is just as good. Also don't know why Ryan Reynolds hasn't been part of a reboot as yet. We'll see if Sudeikis can hold a candle.
Eric H (jp) wrote: The ultimate master-of-all-genres director Howard Hawks is in top form with this World War 2 action/drama. Hawks never really had his own directorial "style" (unless you count strong women and naturalized diologue). He always approached each film with what was the best way to tell that story. By using no preconcieved notions, he mastered all genres. Here he approaches the war genre more in the way one would make a disaster film. A B-17 Flying Fortness and it's crew on a standard mission attempt to land at Pearl Harbour only to find it being attacked. They try to land various places around the Pacific, only to find out about attacks in those places. Their search to find a safe landing and to find out what has happened to family and loved-ones is the core of this story. There is an eerily similar feeling of "what is happening to us and what will happen next" that we all felt on September 11, 2001 durring those attacks. There is a perfect moment early on when they hear radio broadcasts around Hawaii of the attack and the communications of the Japanese pilots. One charecter asks if it's Orson Welles in reference to the War Of The Worlds panic broadcast of only three years before. The patriotic ending was perfect for the war-time audiences who would have seen this when it was first realeased, but may date this film for current viewers. I would reccomend this film to anyone, not just war film fans. Because Hawks films are not about the events of a story, but about how people react and respond to them. This film is not so much about war as it is about history. I recomend it strongly.
Jamie C (ca) wrote: A very good Vampire/Werewolf action film with some good effects and some fun well done action scenes, The story was a little over told for a long period of the film when there was no need it to be, But overall a good enjoyable film for anyone a fan of action films
Gretchen W (kr) wrote: Dumb. Let me say I think Katherine Heigl really sabotaged her career by opening her big mouth. Trashing the good roles she received. Since she has only been given crap,
Matthew H (mx) wrote: Cameron Diaz ruins an otherwise lovely story.