Vengeance is Mine
Chronological exploits of Iwao Enokizu, a murderous thief on the lam.
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Santanu M (ag) wrote: One Man's Terrorist is another man's revolutionist...Whenever I watch a fast paced political thriller it reminds me of the Bourne movies. The Bourne trilogy has really pioneered in the way these espionage films are to be made and truly I am happy to watch an Indian Political thriller to follow the same footsteps. The latest offering from Shoojit Sircar, Madras Cafe is an incredibly well paced and well written thriller which starts of a ridiculous note but really picks it up from there on.Making a Political film in an Indian context is a herculean task and hats off to Shoojit for choosing such a bold and interesting theme. It has everything that an engaging thriller should have. To speak of some, the pace never really slackens creating such an intriguing finale, the plot is interesting and Shoojit's direction is top notch, while the acting department has nothing special to add to, Siddartha Basu impresses in a debut performance.Now not everything about Madras Cafe is impressive. As usual it is too painful to watch John putting up the same troubled expression throughout the film and honestly it did not feel that patriotic at the end. Now as stated earlier it felt ridiculous to watch Vikram Singh in his turmoil state caused by the assassination while the death of his wife did not feel that painful to him and it felt really naive the way the story started in a church.Despite all these minor shortcomings, Madras Cafe entertains me with its honest approach. It is a very impressive effort by the director from Vicky Donor. Amidst our celebrated mediocre directors Shoojit Sircar is evolving as a real promising film maker and kudos to him for choosing such an interesting subject. This film really worth's a watch, don't miss it.
Ken M (de) wrote: great movie i really enjoyed it would really sudgest any age group to watch A++
Gabriele F (ca) wrote: You can find here all the stereotypes of the perfect-zombie-movie. You got the accidental zombie outbreak, you got the rookie chopped, the one who (inexplicably) knows how to stop them, the one who go nuts and become z-food, the arsenal-man, and so on. You got all these stereotypes without the necessary special effects to support them. The zombies are only painted, coloured and they walk a bit slow, no arms severed, no chewed parts, just in a couple of occasions you see a gut and a (badly hidden) eaten arm. That's all you got. Poor dialogues, poor combat scenes, poor everything.
Lane P (us) wrote: Downey saved the movie from a 1/2 star rating.
brandon b (ca) wrote: One of my favorite movies. The storyline and location of the movie is amazing. Great soundtrack and very entertaining. Love all aspects of the movie.
Sharon A (ru) wrote: Didn't follow the book that this was set on, but obviously they have modernised it for a modern audience. great as Astrerix always is.
Timothy F (ag) wrote: An excellent example of John Woo's masterful direction, though the film itself leaves something to be desired, especially in the first half. The second half, however, is fantastic. Excellent swordplay, plot twists, and creative combat make for a very good film.
jwasu r (fr) wrote: not that great at all, but a hell of a time capsule of 70's soul-jazz and fashion. And the red-head is a knockout.
Tom M (ca) wrote: Kevin Smith tries of make a buddy cop comedybut Cop Out is not funny, Bruce Willis is phoning it in, and Tracey Morgan becomes unbearable halfway through the movie.
Caesar B (gb) wrote: You have to admire Tony Scott for trying something new with Domino. While not one of his best films, it certainly has style, not to mention a sexy, bad-ass performance from Knightley, who was only 19 at the time.