Gangs of New York takes viewers back to the mean streets of 19th century New York City. It was time when waves of Irish immigrants poured into New York City every day and the city was rife with political corruption. Irish American Amsterdam Vallon (Leonardo Di Carprio) returns to his old New York neighborhood to avenge the death of his father at the hands of the murderous, knife wielding nativist, Bill the Butcher (Daniel Day Lewis). The costume design and art direction in this film are amazing and Daniel Day Lewis does an impeccable job in creating one of the most interesting, evil, and strangely sympathetic characters in all of movie history. He totally got robbed of the Best Actor Oscar.
Many fans found inconvenient truths (without revealing spoilers) at the end of "Star Wars: Episode IV." 39 years later, "Rogue One," which takes place right before "Episode IV," sets the stage for that famous climax, explaining the story behind how the heroic band of rebels was able to strike a decisive blow against the Empire. The first "Star Wars" film to be set outside the three major trilogies, "Rogue One" was played for its no-holds-barred action, fast-paced storyline, and memorable cameos from beloved characters. The movie also received two Academy Award nominations for Best Sound Mixing and Best Visual Effects.
For the third installment in the Indiana Jones adventures, Spielberg and Lucas change the mood once more but with far better results, effectively rinsing away the awkward aftertaste of the previous entry. For The Last Crusade, they revisit many of the same ingredients that made the first feature a beloved classic, particularly the return of the Nazis and Hitler's pursuit of occult-related artifacts. And on top of that, they add a welcomed twist to the series with Sean Connery joining the adventures as Indy's father, bringing a great deal of comedy to the mix and making the movie almost equal to Raiders. This father-son element is made all the more memorable with a prologue that shows an early adventure, possibly the first, with a young Indiana Jones (River Phoenix) battling treasure hunters. In this pseudo origin story, of sorts, we essentially learn of Indy's inspiration for archeology, the scar on his chin, his phobia of snakes and the fedora hat that has become the character's iconic signature style.
Twenty years later, a much older Indy returns for another adventure. And at first glance, the fourth installment is a hodgepodge involving aliens, communists, a Marlon Brando wannabe, swinging monkeys, and a lead-lined refrigerator capable of surviving a nuclear blast. Then, there is some silly nonsense about backstabbing double agents while Marion Ravenwood (Karen Allen) from the first movie suddenly returns to brighten the screen. Even after reading that out loud, it really feels as though Spielberg and Lucas severely dropped the ball here, to use a phrase uttered by Shia LaBeouf as Indy's rebel son Mutt Williams. But to be completely fair, criticizing the production for these elements is also rather undeserving in a beloved franchise that openly blends the action-adventure genre with heavy doses of fantasy, the occult and homages to B-movies serials. And it has always done so proudly.
Tamannaah Bhatia is one of the most successful actresses of South Indian Film Industry. The stunning actress predominantly appears in Telugu and Tamil films and has also established herself in Bollywood by giving blockbuster movies like Baahubali (2015) and Baahubali 2 (2017). With this, she has achieved huge fan following all over the world. So, here is the list of Hindi dubbed movies of Tamannaah Bhatia.
Plot: The movie is a tale of the lost rightful heir of the fictional kingdom of Mahishmati, who learns about his true identity while falling in love with a rebellious warrior, who intends to rescue the former queen of Mahismati. 2b1af7f3a8