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Gatham (2020): A Good Suspense Thriller

By Hari Pavan Y on Nov 07, 2020 08:38 am
Gatham (2020): A Good Suspense Thriller

Gatham starts with a long ariel shot in deep snowy American woods, where two people run for their life were shot from behind. After a few moments later, Rishi (Rakesh Galebhe) woke up in a hospital with dementia after a horrible accident. Adithi (Poojitha Kuraparthi), claimed Rishi's girlfriend, helps him to get discharged from the hospital and drives him back to his home.

Rakesh Gaebhe voice sounds similar to the actor Vijaya Devearakinda. I thought he was the voice for the actor, but no.

Rishi wants to meet his father to check why he didn't come to visit him in the hospital. So, Aditi and Rishi started to drive. In the midway, the car breaks down. Arjun (Bhargava Poludasu) being a good samaritan offers them shelter and, a called the local mechanic. 

After watching the first thirty minutes, I thought it's the same routine story where a couple is trapped in the stranger's house who are desperately trying to escape. After that, with a few turns in the plot, changes how you think of this movie. From then on, the film starts to get interesting.

Suddenly, the protagonist and villain change their roles. As part of the protagonist mission, he needs to get information about a human being from the villain before its too late. How he succeeded to find his loving human is the remaining plot.

After seeing the full movie, the first thirty minutes make sense and have meaning for few obscene behaviours towards woman, close-up shots and some gruesome shots with a dead body.

Overall, the film is fine and exciting to watch till the end. But all the characters in the film are Americans who can speak fluent Telugu and, the foreign girls shown the same as the way like any other Telugu movie. Few Telugu film enthusiasts in America with no big cast or names nor any advertisements the team made a good suspense movie with an all-new crew.  

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Prospect (2018): A run for life

By Hari Pavan Y on Nov 07, 2020 02:02 am

Teenager Cee (Sophie Thatcher) travels with her father Damon (Jay Duplass) in the vastness of space. Both are the harvesters of a special kind of pearl. These pearls are more precious in the universe of the small family as the gold on our earth. The two are currently on their way to a planet on which mercenaries want to have identified a rich occurrence of pearls.

But landing on the planet goes wrong and, Cee and her father are far off the course. Also, their spaceship is damaged. As they both explore the surroundings, strangers also appear. Ezra (Pedro Pascal) kills Cees's Father Damon in a matter of conflict between them. The situation escalates and, Cee fleed the scene and goes back to the landing site. 

Erza follows her back to to the ship. Cee shots him with a kinetic gun while entering the ship. After a lengthy discussion, They both made a deal to evenly the split the profits by selling the big pearl after successful harvesting. 

Cee is directing the route and Erza followed. At a certain point, the wound on the right hand started to get worse. A kid from the local habitation showed the way to his village. Locals offered help, medicine and some pearls in return to the girl.

The girl started to run away from them. After running for a few minutes, she heard a broadcast through the radio and found a tent. Erza is waiting for her in the tent. After amputating the infected hand, both of them started to travel towards their destination.

The mercenaries are waiting for them at their to harvest the rare pearl. Erza and Cee bargains for transportation in their ship. At first, mercenaries ignored the deal and finally agreed to give lift after harvesting. How the events turned out at last and how they managed to leave the toxic moon is the remaining story.

Overall, the story is good but slow and need more patience to watch the entire movie. There are no emotions of the Cee after the death of her father. The father-daughter relationship replaced by Cee's much more credible relationship with the mysterious stranger Ezra.

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