Simha

Simha

The film starts with the story of the younger Bala Krishna (Srimannarayana) working as a college professor. As usual the best looking girl of the college (Janaki played by Sneha Ullal) falls in love with Srimannarayana (the monkish protector of justice); reasons for that are comprehendible only by someone who had seen enough Telugu films (Bala Krishna films in particular). As the first half progresses the screenplay tells us that Janaki’s and Srimmanarayna’s pasts are related and the flashback starts occupying the screen. The daddy Bala Krishna with Nayanatara next to him and Kota Srinivas Rao playing the bad guy in a war between good and evil about the welfare of the region is the film’s flashback

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:Telugu
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:spear,   battle,   temple,  

The film starts with the story of the younger Bala Krishna (Srimannarayana) working as a college professor. As usual the best looking girl of the college (Janaki played by Sneha Ullal) falls in love with Srimannarayana (the monkish protector of justice); reasons for that are comprehendible only by someone who had seen enough Telugu films (Bala Krishna films in particular). As the first half progresses the screenplay tells us that Janaki’s and Srimmanarayna’s pasts are related and the flashback starts occupying the screen. The daddy Bala Krishna with Nayanatara next to him and Kota Srinivas Rao playing the bad guy in a war between good and evil about the welfare of the region is the film’s flashback . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Greg R (es) wrote: Made for TV nonsense. Ick...

AnneCath G (de) wrote: 1/2 star more just for the comment: "Fuck me sideways".

Andrew C (it) wrote: I enjoyed this aussie movie. Great underwater cinematography ...and a great perve too :)

Ollie M (us) wrote: Really well done. Never understood why the bad reviews. I guess some don't know the real LA like Ellroy.

Jeannie B (it) wrote: Lugosi as a gangster?? What an odd choice!

Isabelle W (fr) wrote: Steve Buscemi um puta ator, mas decepcionou como diretor. Filminho metido a cult e sem contedo.

Jeff S (br) wrote: Good story. Touching period piece. A most confusing love triangle blossoms. I recommend it if you are not a closed-minded prude, and you appreciate the Brits.

Jules E (gb) wrote: I would have appreciated this first installment in Kar-Wai's trilogy more if I have seen it before In The Mood For Love and 2046. But since I've seen those two beautiful works of art before, Days of Being wild seemed as just an introduction to something bigger in the future.As usual, no one can explore the depth of heart-ache and emotional insecurity like Kar-Wai does. But the problem in this one is that it seems dry compared to his other films. Yet the film contains beautiful imageries and fine performances.

Sarah T (ru) wrote: For anyone who loves a feel-good 80s movie, TBH is a great pic. Definitely appropriate for a girls night. Boys, you probably won't find this one entertaining, so don't review it on rotten tomatoes because you're misleading the public.

MF J (kr) wrote: A touching family film about a young boy & his family living in London during WW2. Heart warming, touching , extremely well acted, written & shot, this film is, as always with director John Boorman, a great journey through time & space. A film like no one can make anymore.....

Christopher C (ru) wrote: Released in 1986, Aki Kaurismaki's VARJOJA PARATIISISSA (Shadows in Paradise) is one of the Finnish filmmaker's earliest efforts. The painfully shy Nikander (Matti Pellonp), a garbage man, means the moody Ilona, a supermarket checkout girl. The film tracks their bumbling attempt to establish a lasting relationship: dates that end as soon as they've begun, a romantic getaway where they each retreat to separate hotel rooms, and rare conversations which employ the absolute bare minimum of words. Nikander's best and only friend Melartin (Sakari Kuosmanen), whom the garbage man only recently met through a spell in jail, gives some needed encouragement. The film's soundtrack is rooted in early rock-and-roll, though unlike later Kaurismaki films where the characters seem to be living in a 1950s bubble, all the action takes place in contemporary Helsinki. I've criticized Kaurismaki's vision of Finland in other films, but VARJOJA PARATIISISSA does, in my opinion, accurately depict the collection of gloomy, taciturn binge drinkers that are the Finns. VARJOJA PARATIISISSA is an early work and doesn't show the confidence of later efforts, but it's still quite entertaining and I would recommend it. Certainly the performances of Pellonp (in a typical Pellonp role) and Outinen (who seemingly reinvents herself in every film) will prove quite memorable.

mickey m (gb) wrote: great movie, should not be describe drama comedy, but suspense or mystery coz thats the story all about lol.

Michael G (us) wrote: Aside from the first Lone Wolf and Cub, this is the best in the series. And I don't say this because the opening shot in the movie is of a cool tattoo on a naked boob. As always, the direction is tight, the sword fights are fantastic and a beautiful character who flashes her opponents in battle is never a dealbreaker. I dug how the story tied in with Ogami Itto's origins a bit more, but for as entertaining and over the top the final battle was, I'm still not sure how I feel about it. Damn good stuff either way.

Jason M (au) wrote: They took the soul of what was Speed Racer and slapped it on film. I wish I would have watched it sooner.

James L (gb) wrote: Unpleasant and grossly misjudged, this movie confuses hardboiled and completely overcooked. A low point in Bronsons unimpressive late career and an awful note for Thompson to end his career on.