Tee Ratra is a Marathi movie released in 2010. Produced by IT Clicks Productions and directed by Viju Mane. The movie is based on an over suspicious husband and the limits he will go, to spy on his wife. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Bambang A (ru) wrote: Good story concept, unfortunately failed in execution. Conor Allyn try to bring Hollywood style. But, but a lot of awkwardness.
Kristina K (ag) wrote: Cute movie, simple, yet good idea. Great pack of actors too. BUT, Justin... How can you NOT have a connection with Evan Rachel Wood?
Dhruv D (de) wrote: Get Zack and Cody.Get Zack and Cody.Get Zack and Cody.Awesome!!!
Liam U (jp) wrote: Nice film, good music.
Sandra G (ru) wrote: Le realisateur a su trouver le ton juste pour aborder avec legerete un sujet sensible et dans l'air du temps, le desir d'enfant. Mention speciale aux interpretes.
Robert G (it) wrote: Oh come on, it wasn't THAT bad. Could have been better, but it made a pretty good movie for TV at least.
Michelle G (br) wrote: Lame and low-budget. But the story was really nice. Great movie. Like a family movie.
Phil H (au) wrote: Now this Dolph offering is much better and even quite good as Dolph beats his way through many baddies across Mongolia in search of an ancient scroll thing in an 'Indy' type adventure. The film starts with a good illegal street fighting sequence which could of progressed into a really good fight flick (ala 'Bloodsport') but the treasure hunting theme is still fun.The cast isn't too bad in this romp, Shriver being the best in a curious way as he looks and comes across as Joel Schumacher, for real!!. He also plays the creepy scroll searcher really well and with a neat camp twist. The action is OK but nothing too special where as the location work is reasonable and unique being in Mongolia but the baddies are the same usual shaven headed thugs which is just so dull. Its just acceptable in my opinion but nothing brilliant.
Laranna K (jp) wrote: so dumb its actually funny a rock star saving the day and landing a 747 with the help of a sim game? uhm ok
Chrissy W (mx) wrote: Absolutely love this movie!!!
Bill W (us) wrote: Pretty much everything that happens in this movie is just plain dumb. The makers of this thing could not have known it at the time but during world war two only one German/Axis prisoner of war ever escaped in Canada and he did it before 1941 when the Americans came into the war. In this movie the number of such escapees is much higher. I must admit, if you know anything about Errol Flynn the last line in the movie is quite funny. If you plan to watch this movie and enjoy it at all you are going to have to work very hard to suspend your disbelief, especially if you're a Canadian. I mean not one person ever says, "eh," in the entire movie. You can almost see the actors thinking about things going on in their life outside the movie as they deliver their performances. "I get my new car this week." "I have a dentist appointment tomorrow morning." "I wonder how I did on the audition for that other movie?" "Who do I have to sleep with to get out of this movie?" "Oh, good, they're shooting my character today." Anyway, it got made and there it is. I cannot recommend this to you.
Simon D (ru) wrote: Not your typical Stephen Kin fare. This is quite dark and a more serious subject than most which I think crossed the line of bad taste in a few scenes. Not a bad story though.
Dilhara A (es) wrote: A powerful story about a controversial issue of a failing justice system and taking the law into ones own hands. Parts of it are a bit muddled however. Delivers on the mystery factor.
Richard D (de) wrote: This is a transitional film for Cronenberg. It's the last film he made that bears the marks of his early style, and it points to the direction he will eventually (but not immediately) go in. While I have great admiration for the ambition it displays, it doesn't completely succeed for me, and is one of my least favorite of his early films. Only "Scanners" really works even less for me. What he's doing here is very similar to what he does later in a film like "Naked Lunch", or even "Spider" I guess, where an unreliable narrator affects the film in ways that makes everything depicted questionable. My issue with "Videodrome" is that the reality of the film breaks down to the point that I don't think anyone can really say what's really happening in the last 20-40 minutes of the film. Is that a serious problem? No, and I still think it's a remarkable film, but I think Cronenberg demonstrates less control over this film and it's subject matter than he does over earlier and subsequent films.