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Devudu Chesina Manushulu Movie Review

Release date: 15 August 2012 123telugu. com Rating : 2. 25/5 Director : Puri Jagannadh Producer : B. V. S. N. Prasad Music Director : Raghu Kunche Starring : Ravi Teja, Ileana Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja’s ‘Devudu Chesina Manushulu’ has released today and it has been directed by Puri Jagan. The film has Ileana as the heroine and BVSN Prasad is the producer. Music has been scored by Raghu Kunche. Let us see how the movie is. Story : The story starts off with Lord Vishnu (Brahmanandam) promising an entertaining story to Lakshmi Devi (Kovai Sarala).

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Maanikya Movie Review, Trailer, & Show timings at Times of India

Director Sudeep rightly judges the pulse of the audience with his latest movie Manikya, a remake of Telugu movie Mirchi. Sudeep has given what they want - action, romance, comedy and sentiment. Armed with a good script, the director has taken care to see that the narration does not lag at any point. The story moves fast and almost all the major characters have equal share of work to do. With a long list of senior artistes, Sudeep has succeeded in giving them the right roles. The story begins on a foreign location where hero Vijay (Sudeep) meets Manasa (Ranya) and comes to know of her family that stays in a Bidar village.

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Bullitt Movie Review & Film Summary (1968)

Steve McQueen is sometimes criticized for only playing "himself" in the movies. This misses the boat, I think. Stars like McQueen, Bogart, Wayne or Newman aren't primarily actors, but presences. They have a myth, a personal legend they've built up in our minds during many movies, and when they try to play against that image it usually looks phony. McQueen was a bomb as Thomas Crown, for example, because the character clashed with McQueen's own personality. But McQueen is great in "Bullitt," and the movie is great, because director Peter Yates understands the McQueen image and works within it.

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Nenu Local Review {2.5/5}: The film rides on Nani’s charm and his comic timing

Nenu Local Story : Babu gadu (Nani) an engineering student who struggles to pass his exams. His invigilator (Sachin Khedkar) vexed of his shenanigans helps him cheat to pass. Done with his exams he chances upon Keerthi who mistakes him for another and slaps him. It’s love at first sight for Babu and the rest of the film is about how he wins love from Keerthi (Keerthy Suresh) and later wins her hand from her father who incidentally is the same invigilator who despises him. Nenu Local Movie Review : Nani charms you off your feet right from the opening anti-smoking disclaimer in his voice where he says his trademark “Cigarette taagakandi potharu”.

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City of Gold Movie Review & Film Summary (2016) | Roger Ebert

As Laura Gabbert’s documentary “City of Gold” opens, the camera tracks in on a man sitting in front of a laptop, presumably at home. With his balding pate atop long gray sidelocks and droopy moustache, he looks a bit like David Crosby. Only more corpulent. He is Jonathan Gold, celebrated food writer. The film is a flattering portrait of him and, via his passionately informed perspective, of Los Angeles and its food culture, especially the food carts and hole-in-the-strip-mall ethnic enclaves that make the city such an extraordinary culinary mosaic.

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Korean Movie Reviews for 2014

"A Girl at My Door",  "Miss Granny",  "A Hard Day",  "No Tears for the Dead"     A fter two years in a row of record-breaking totals at the box office, the year 2014 got off to a somewhat slower start. Apart from the massive hit comedy Miss Granny, there were no true breakout performances among the films released in the first part of the year. This may have simply been the result of the films on offer, rather than any general waning of interest on the part of the local audience. Nonetheless, there was a sense of Korean cinema coming back to earth after the heady days of 2012 and 2013.

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A Lonely Place to Die Reviews & Ratings - IMDb

Write review Page 1 of 11: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] Index 102 reviews in total  76 out of 109 people found the following review useful: Author: Robston from United Kingdom 9 September 2011 This movie started off well with an interesting idea, but somehow ran out of steam, or commitment, about half way through. Melissa George and her friends go climbing in Scotland and stumble across a secret buried in the woods. They try and go for help but discover that they're not alone. The movie starts off as slow burning and intriguing, with plenty of sweeping shots of the rugged Scottish landscape, it then changes abruptly about half way through, losing all of its subtlety and becomes a standard chase movie with guns.

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Wedding Pullav review: The film is more like an overcooked ‘khichdi’

Written by Shubhra Gupta | New Delhi | Updated: October 17, 2015 9:42 am Wedding Pullav movie review: Everything is predictable. These are new faces, and yet everything they do smacks of staleness. Overused themes can be infused with freshness only if the treatment is right: here, all elements are borrowed from older films and used so clunkily as to extinguish all freshness. ‘My Best Friend’s Wedding’. ‘Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai’. And the many other variants of this old, old theme—old pals discovering non-platonic feelings for each other at their wedding – flash through your head as you sit through this ‘pullav’.

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Urduja (film)

From Wikipilipinas: The Hip 'n Free Philippine Encyclopedia Urduja Urduja movie poster Directed by Tony Tuviera Produced by APT Entertainment Inc. Starring Regine VelasquezCesar MontanoEddie GarciaJay ManaloJohnny DelgadoRuby RodriguezEpy QuizonMichael V. Allan K Release date(s) June 18, 2008 Country Philippines Language Filipino Urduja is the first Filipino full-length animated film about the legendary warrior princess Urduja. This epic film of love, war, and bravery is the brainchild of “Eat Bulaga” producer Antonio “Tony” Tuviera.

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DESINGU RAJA MOVIE REVIEW

Release Date : Aug 23,2013 Home > Tamil Movie Reviews Review by : Behindwoods Review Board CAST AND CREW Director Ezhil is known for his comedy based family entertainers which have more or less worked well at the box-office too. He has worked with the biggest of stars such as Vijay and Ajith and also with upcoming stars such as Siva Karthikeyan. Now he joins hands with Vemal, for Desingu Raja – a love story set in the midst of two warring villages with a long history of enmity and violence. Whether the romance is able to stand up to the raging familial rivalries is the finale of this tale, which moves along expected lines.

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