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Old March 2nd, 2016, 07:33 PM
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Piranha 3 DD

Wanna see some really really booby babes flash the glory of their big boobs in 3D ??

Wanna see a half naked girl come running closer and closer to you till her boobs hang partly out of her bikini top close to your face due to 3D effects ??

Wanna see dozens and dozens of half naked bodies warm out in the sun or bob up and down in water ??.....and want them to be carefully chosen so that they are the best of the mouthwateringly best bodies ??

Wanna see a about-to-die piranha take its exceedingly long dying gasps between the oh-so-invitingly spread legs of a lovely girl perilously close to her center ??.....in fact so close to her center that when it opens its mouth it appears all ready to gobble her delicious vitals.....

And then do you wanna see the same girl spread her legs again in a bath-tub only to dream of a piranha again lunging for her center ??......and do you want this scene to be interrupted by the interval so that for a few minutes you are hoping to see the piranha lunging for her center after the interval ; only to be shown later that the whole scene was a nightmare ??

And do you want to see a girl tell doctors that the reason her boyfriend got hurt was that while having sex a baby piranha jumped out of her puussy and bit her boyfriend's organ ??.....no no you naughty that scene is only described by the girl and the baby piranha is not actually shown coming out of the puussy to bite the organ
......After all its not a porno film.....

After all this what else do you want ?? the story ??

Well ,the story consists of ancient piranhas coming back after being long extinct and infesting a lake . They attack and literally tear to pieces anybody daring to come into the lake . As if this is not enough to cause trouble a stupid guy out to make an easy profit pumps water from the lake to a swimming pool......more blood , more screaming half naked girls , more saving to be done......

Who cares ?? The girls are good , the piranhas seems almost lusty for female flesh ( in my last birth I was a piranha ) and there's a lot of fun.....

There's also David Hasselhoff of Baywatch fame to waste himself by showing his drooping shoulders and sagging muscles trying to save some hot chicks.....

What more do you need---except to cancel out David Hasselhoff the worlds most famous lifeguard from the film ( he must be really out of work to accept such a inconsequental role ) ?

Verdict---Go watch and have fun.....
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note---the word puussy is written with an extra u in the above review because on other forums at least the proper word is blocked and replaced by several asterxies . i dont know about echarcha .


above review is of part 2 .
here is link to part i review---

http://www.echarcha.com/forum/showth...hlight=piranha
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Old March 9th, 2016, 08:25 PM
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Zero dark thirty



Osama Bin Laden---the man who dared to take on the might of the most powerful nation on planet earth in the most astonishing manner possible---in a way not even dreamed up by American fiction writers....

The moment he did so , he was a marked man.....

But the onus was on the USA to find him and kill him---it was a question of honour and justice and of prestige.....The world had to be reminded that you cant target the USA without terrible repurcussions on yourself....

But where to find him ?? Especially in a position where elements of the Pakistani establishment were in cahoots with him and protecting him....

Not surprisingly , it was a long and hard wait to get to him.....

And to get him a CIA agent called as Maya worked painstakingly for years in Pakistan collecting information bit by bit till she hit paydirt....

But until she hit paydirt , she had to go through plenty of disappointments and see many tragedies unfold---and she had to see this happening for many years....

Bombs exploded in places where she was eating ( like Marriott hotel ) , she lost her colleagues in terrorist attacks and she herself became a target for assassination bids as news leaked out that she was a CIA agent---but she was unwavering in her devotion to the task of getting Bin Laden....

During this time she rejected any idea of romance in personal life and became detached from her family.....
People who worked with her , including torturers who were beyond caring about human pain , also got tired of their brutal task and left for other more comfortable shores....

But in the end it was a triumph for Maya....so triumphant that a large part of the movie focuses on her and in essence she is the heroine of the movie....

Of course , in the end the raid to kill Bin Laden was carried out by other people , but it was her decisive pinpointing done after extensive research that made it possible....

The movie begins with torture scenes of suspected Al Qaeda members which may make one cringe....and they make even Maya flinch for a moment....

But this tough lady goes through seeing it all and survives grittily to stick to her task....

The movie has expletives being used continually by all Americans---and the word fcuk is most used.....even by Maya , who introduces herself as the motherfcuker who pinpointed the target to the commitee that has to approve the mission to kill Bin Laden.....

And she uses the word in a way that would warm the cockles of your heart if you are a true patriotic Indian ( like I fancy myself to be )---she calls Pakistan a fcuked up country in a way no Bollywood ( of puki appeasement fame ) movie has dared to call in recent times.....Bravo Hollywood !!

The raid which kills Laden is shown like a thriller with a touch of suspense.....and also with some comic relief as a US commando begins to call out ' Osama , Osama ' while searching for him in the house , as if Osama really was going to come out !!---Now did that really happen ??

Acting by the actress playing Maya is great , and the filming of the raid on Osama's house has been done with military precision.....

And in the end you conclude that the USA is made of manly men and courageous women who are kind to those who seek shelter and are unforgivingly vengeful to those who have done them harm---and I wish some of these qualities were embibed by my countrymen....
And I wished that we Indians could similarly rain death on those who seek our destruction....

And with that thought for you to ponder , I conclude....

Verdict---Good .
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Verdict---Good .
For a change, i actually like the movie pronounced as good by you.
Saw it on screen and there was an applause at the end of the movie.
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The only thing that is stopping me from watching this one is the line in the title... "From the ... director of The Hurt Locker"... I really do not have the guts to watch another one from her. This is similar to avoiding "The Revenant", 'cos its director is the same who made "The Birdman". Why would I want to torture myself repeatedly... even if it is for dear echans
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^^ Dont watch it then. I think i like Hurt locker and you didnt. So there is a good chance you wont like this too. Except for the one liner mentioned by docji, there is not too much ROP or Pak bashing too.

There was a poor man's version of this on netflix sometime back ('Seal team 6' or similar name). Check if you like that.
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Argo



To be safe in your country , to be home among your own people , to be relaxing and eating and drinking amongst people who love you and respect you and cherish you---I realised the value of that today.....

As I walked out of the cinema hall today and I looked around me I said---the people around me are MY people and I am safe.....

.....And then my thoughts turned to the poor benighted hostages from the American embassy eking out a horrid existence for months among gun toting guards of the Revolutionary republic of Iran.....

The year is 1979 and the ancient land of Persia is in the throes of another revolution in its bloodsoaked history.....

Except that the name of the country is now Iran because the Iranians are Aryan in origin ( Iran means Aryan in Farsi ).....but the Shah who named it as Iran is gone.....gone because he was corrupt and a bloodsucker and a murderer and was having too much fun while the population starved.....

......But above all the Shah is gone because he worshipped that creation of the unbelieving west called secularism and equal rights for women.....

And replacing him is the barbarian horde of Ayatollah Khomeni that calls itself the Islamic revolution......

And what is the Islamic revolution ???---All gun welding guards everywhere , people being hung from cranes in the capital Tehran , the population invoked into a mass frenzy against suspected traitors to the point that anybody can get shot , bloodthirsty dogs howling for more blood.....

And because the Shah has taken refuge in America the howling dogs called revolutionaries have attacked the American embassy and taken the entire staff hostage....

But but....six of the staff escape out and flee to the Canadian embassy---this is the story of their attempted escape from the hell called Islamic republic of Iran.....

And the Canadians who take them in take tremendous risk in keeping them as the Americans and their protectors can be found out and shot dead---literally....

The six Americans got to be taken out of Iran pronto !!

To take them out is sent CIA agent Tony Mendez ( played by Ben Affleck ).....

The plan to take them out is for him to pose as a Canadian film producer producing a film called Argo and take them out as Canadians who are his film crew.....

But there is host of complications like---

1 ) getting a permission to film a film in Iran itself

2) making the six Americans pose convincingly as a real film crew when they know nothing of film making

3 ) staying clear of the watchful eyes of people who suspect them for who they really are

4) clearing airport security manned by the fanatic revolutionary guards who look at everyone with suspicion

5 ) and not getting tired of the posters of Ayatollah Khomeni's scowling face staring at you all the time in the face

And due to all this there's tension in the air.....tension in the land.....tension on the sea......tension in the CIA ops room......and finally there is tension in the cinema hall as everyone watches what's going to happen next with bated breath and pin drop silence.....

Bingo !! The tension is a sure shot sign that the viewers are hooked on to the film and the director ( its Ben Affleck himself !! ) has hit bullseye !!

As if the relive the tension the film shows certain characters cracking some truely wise jokes which keep the film rolling .

So does Ben Affleck succeed in taking them out ?? Go and watch the movie for that.....enjoy the tension !!

Verdict---its a winner all the way.....
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Room [2015]


Got the dvd from redbox, it's a wonderful movie. A different kind of thriller, absorbs you into the plot and keeps you engrossed. We've all heard the story, but never seen what goes on with the people. A girl is kidnapped, kept like a sex slave for years, has a child or children with the captor.. until the attempt of the escape. And what happens when they see the outside world?

My rating - 4 on 5. It's a great watch but a melancholic movie nevertheless.
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Got the dvd from redbox, it's a wonderful movie. A different kind of thriller, absorbs you into the plot and keeps you engrossed. We've all heard the story, but never seen what goes on with the people. A girl is kidnapped, kept like a sex slave for years, has a child or children with the captor.. until the attempt of the escape. And what happens when they see the outside world?

My rating - 4 on 5. It's a great watch but a melancholic movie nevertheless.
i had the chance to see the film . but women being kept as sex slaves for years is too heart rending a subject for my soul to bear , so i skipped watching the film .
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The life of pi



Its jungle book all over again.....but with a story more like that of Robinson Crusoe.....

Its a world of nature that the director creates....

A world of the rolling sea and the vast ocean.....

Of water all around as far as the eye can see.....

Of thunderstorms and lightening and rain that soaks the body till it becomes bonechilled......

Of schools of flying fish that move like a wave hitting you like hail in a hailstorm.....

Of dolphins and giant whales that splash around with all their force resulting in mighty ripples.....

Of fluorescent fish whose light looks like a magician's dream silhouetted against the dark sky......

Of the sky gleaming with the billions and billions of stars at night.....

Of a remote island with unknown dangers the like of which you have never seen before.....

Of raccoon like creatures moving over your body in the thousands on the island.....

Of mighty carnivorous animals and predators and prey....

And above all a mighty tiger.....

Its the world of Pi....

And who's Pi ?? He's a person with an incredible story about being marooned alongside a lifeboat on the high seas along with a royal bengal tiger for company.....

An astounding tale of survival against all odds.....

And you do get amazed and enchanted by the special 3D effects that go a long way in making the movie pleasurable.....

Its the second half that holds the movie together and silences the sniggerring that the audience was doing at the end of the first half.....

For in the second half Pi learns to tame the tiger , crush his own fears , raise his hopes where there seem to be none and try to reach the realms of land and shore and civilization.....

And while doing so he looks more and more like a modern day mowgli from jungle book....

But does he succeed in his quest ??

Go and watch the movie for that.....

It wont be a bad outing....

Verdict---Good .
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something that i missed in my review---the movie's formidable case for belief in god

http://awaisaftab.blogspot.in/2012/1...r-god-two.html
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Guess what Jagguji would rate life of pi. 3.141592... Of 5

Anyways, Docji, your post looks more like a poem praising the movie rather than a review- Ode to Pi?
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Guess what Jagguji would rate life of pi. 3.141592... Of 5
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Saw Batman v Superman with Bachcha log.

To put in Docji's words (though much briefer) -

"What happens when 2 superheroes who are supposed to save the world end up fighting each other?
Batman v Superman explores beyond typical superhero movies?
Superman is also seen as needing to abide by law and is called to a senate hearing.
The villain Lex Luther manages to create a misunderstanding and the two superheroes go after each other's blood. In a face to face fight, who will win Will both of them survive?. "

To find that out, check the wikipedia page. It has the full story plus the ending. i also had to check it as more time i was looking after the younger one than watching the movie. There is a japanese chick who may make swamiji change his mind to learn jap. There is also wonderwoman as a bonus.

The maker seems to have been inspired by Bollywood and Hindu Mythology.
Typical story of villain causing misunderstanding between 2 heroes. And the creature in the end seems to be inspired by 'Raktabeej' killed by Kali.
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Paranormal activity part 4



Welcome to the fourth edition of the ' paranormal activity ' series---as also the least entertaining of them....

Having said this , let me say that I have a weakness for horror films . So I did try to eke out my share of enjoyment from this movie---and I must say I did succeed due to my weakness for this genre of movies because of which I like all of them ; though the same can't be said about other people....you may not be particularly impressed by this version , especially after the expectations raised by the earlier parts of the movie series .

So instead of a hand held video camera this time the shooting is done by the laptop camera of an attractive blonde young girl---all of fifteen and a virgin to boot....exactly the kind of person needed by the ghosts in the movie to bring to fruition their plans....

.....And the ghosts move in as their neighbors , with the woman among them promptly falling sick---forcing the young girls parents to take care of her young male kid....

The fun , or whatever is there of it , starts after the neighbor's boy moves in---as predictably strange things begin to happen....predictable because if they didn't happen then what would be the fun in the movie....??

....And the neighbor's boy has apparently been sent with a plan---to bond with the younger brother of the girl who is an adopted kid ; and to bring him into the ghosts' macabre fold....

So the movie moves on with the jolts and shocks coming at the appropriate places---a chandelier crashing down just short of the girl , a knife mysteriously going up and falling down just short ( again !! ) of a person....

The first half is better than the second half as the movie creates increasing tension as to what is going to happen in the end....

But the second half seems to be stretched too long ( this inspite of the movie being short ) as the same repetitive jolts occur again in it....

We begin to wait for the movie to be finished....

.....And finish it does with the complete ruin of a once happy family--- those who are useless killed off and those useful co-opted by force into the ghosts' cult.....basically the same kind of thing that happened in the earlier parts of the movie---so whats new anyway ?? nothing....

Hopefully the ghosts shall stop moving onto new people and new houses--- as the genre is now getting repetitive and boring and pointless....

verdict---worth about 2 stars out of 5
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