Simple Agi Ondh Love Story

Simple Agi Ondh Love Story

Kushal (Rakshit Shetty) is sent by his radio jockey sister Rachana to Kodagu to meet her boyfriend’s sister in the hope that the two will take a liking to each other, leading to marriage, and thus paving the way for her own marriage. Kushal meets a bubbly girl Kushi (Shwetha Srivatsav) in the house he is sent to, but the rest of the family is out of town. The two share their past romantic liaisons before falling in love with each other. It turns out, though, that the girl is not who she pretends to be. The film takes a curious turn from here.

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Jessica K (ca) wrote: I was expecting it to be OK, but I was pleasantly surprised and have watched it again since seeing it in cinemas. WARNING IT CONTAINS GAME OF THRONES SPOILER!! Overall loved the film though, although predictable great chick flick that even my boyfriend enjoyed.

Laura N (fr) wrote: Wonderful documentary about Richard and Mildred Loving.

Alexander C (nl) wrote: May watch...

L Jean S (au) wrote: I saw the end of this movie at the AFI Fest a few years ago and it piqued my curiosity. It has some great moments and many not great moments. If you can stand the movie within a movie stuff, I think the relationship btwn Judas and Serra is really moving

Victoria G (ag) wrote: OMG why does Renee play everyone as an idiot and what are those facial expressions

Andriy Y (gb) wrote: This one was just ok. Not Adams best movie.

Lee M (ru) wrote: As a cautionary tale about the nihilistic life of street gangs, South Central speaks eloquently to black kids desperately in need of straight talk.

Scott M (ca) wrote: One of my favorite black gangster movies from the 90's. Really good movie about living in a crime hell hole of Los Angeles. Cuba Gooding is good as the teenager who hates it there. My favorite scene is when one of the kids says, "Ya'll want to see a dead body?" similar to Stand By Me and its in the alley behind them.. Ironic.

Ian C (jp) wrote: It is still watchable and some of the gags do work. An entertaining comedy-noir with Chevy Chase on fine form.

Steve S (us) wrote: *** (out of four) Based on the hugely popular novel, "Lost Horizon" is an excellently directed adaption by the great Frank Capra. It effectively captures not only the visual idea of Utopia, but it also is able to invoke the greater task of the idea of Shangri-La. Robert Coleman leads agroup of assorted people who crash land in the mountain of the Tibet. There they discover the entrance to the mythical land of Shangri-La. Enchanting and beautifully photographed.

Holger H (kr) wrote: Nice effective little Gothic horror movie set in then contemporary 1970s Austria. Cheesy makeup effects, but overall quite entertaining.

John P (de) wrote: Oh dear. Where to begin? To say that the title is something of a red flag is a serious understatement. If the writers can't come up with something better than "Teenagers from Outer Space," then how good can the movie be? The answer is not very. The movie starts promisingly enough, with a shaggy dog running along and barking. Everyone likes dogs, right? Well, apparently not everyone, because when Fido starts barking at a fake looking saucer, the hatch opens and a masked alien shoots him with a ray gun, instantly turning him into a skeleton. The alien then removes his mask to reveal- a human. Yes, what better way is there to save money on costumes than to have the aliens look like regular people in weird clothes? It's soon revealed that these space teens have come to earth in hopes of using it as grazing land for their livestock, the grecken. A fight immediately breaks out. Derek, one of the aliens believes it's wrong to unleash the grecken on a planet with intelligent life, and is willing to hold the others at gunpoint to prevent that from happening. Through some incredibly wooden dialogue, we learn that on their home world, they have no families, and that the old and sick are killed off to preserve their "Supreme Race." Well Derek makes a run for it into town, and one of his shipmates pursues him, while the others head back into space, and the grecken is left in a nearby cave. O and I forgot to mention, Derek's father is the Supreme Leader, an important tidbit that didn't come up until Derek had fled. So Derek ends up boarding with a nice family through a series of highly unlikely misunderstandings, and his pursuer stays one step behind him, vaporizing anyone who seems to be getting in his way. There are poorly staged shootouts, dull car chases, and of course the hero finds a nice girl who repeatedly ignores his instructions to stay out of danger. And even when the trigger happy villain is thwarted, there's still the grecken. By this point, you're probably wandering to yourself "just what is a grecken?" It's a lobster. And not just any lobster, it looks normal at first, but after a day on earth, it's as big as an elephant... and hungry for human flesh. The scenes in which the hero battles it are among the most ridiculous ever to appear on screen, because even a five year old can tell that someone's just projecting the silhouette of a crawfish onto the screen. It doesn't even look like it's walking, it just kind of floats around, wiggling its legs. You've surely guessed by now that the acting is as abysmal as the effects. Every line is stilted. I'm not sure if the aliens ever use a contraction throughout the film. These guys have about as much personality as Microsoft Sam. And the townspeople. If you were approached by a man in a Starfleet uniform, ray gun at his side, who had never seen a car before, wouldn't you have a sneaking suspicion that something was up? But these folks don't seem to notice anything funny until the ray gun's pointed at them. I don't know, maybe they're relatives of whoever wrote this mess.

Jarrod R (fr) wrote: Surprising, tense, sexy....4 Trinitys

Troy K (de) wrote: 2/5 Some great visuals, but not one of the better Cirque's.

Thomas T (de) wrote: Having a best friend is most likely going to be the most irreplaceable aspect anyone can encounter, an aspect that actors Jonah Hill and Michael Cera managed to demonstrate so brilliantly, it works in Superbad, a comedy that knows what the teenage life is all about.

Max W (ru) wrote: It's so bad! Why don't I see a 0% ?

Dwayne R (gb) wrote: Woodie Allen past his prime. Rather wooden acting all around.