Fallen Full Movie In Hindi Free Download Mp4

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Homicide detective John Hobbes witnesses the execution of serial killer Edgar Reese. Soon after the execution the killings start again, and they are very similar to Reese's style.
Detective John Hobbes attends the execution of a serial killer he arrested, Edgar Reese. They have a private chat where Reese gives him a riddle of sorts and then speaks in a strange language. The riddle leads him to a once decorated policeman who one day went to his cottage in the woods and killed himself. It was never explained why but when Hobbes looks around the now decrepit cottage he finds that the man had scribbled the name Azazel on the wall. Hobbes soon learns that Azazel is an evil spirit who can transfer itself from one person to another through touch. As Hobbes comes to realize the extent Azazel is responsible for much of the evil around him he also realizes that Azazel is after him.
When you watch a good movie you are absorbed in it, you believe in the characters and their actions, and not once do you have to think &#39;huh?&#39; because the the plot makes no sense. Fallen ironically falls down on all these areas.<br/><br/>Plot holes abound. Why does the demon chase after Hobbes yet isn&#39;t able to jump into him, oh except at the end where the whole cliffhanger situation is made nonsensical because Hobbes now has to kill himself to prevent that happening? Why bother driving out to old man Milano&#39;s shack to discover the demon&#39;s name on a wall when he could have just asked his daughter who already knew all about it? Why... I could go on, but others have already covered this in their reviews.<br/><br/>What also bugged me though was the unrealistic actions of the characters: <br/><br/><ul><li>A normal person picking his way through a cobwebbed, shadowy old abandoned house in the woods would be scared witless, yet Hobbes just had an expression of mild curiosity all the way through, even when the conveniently frightening roof beam half fell down (because he took a book off it???) and should have scared the bejesus out of him. </li></ul><br/><br/><ul><li>When talking to Gretta in a piazza, he doesn&#39;t just stand there talking to her as a normal person would do. No he has to dramatically stride back and forward, wandering around her while she stands still and talking loudly so everyone can hear despite the sensitive nature of the conversation. No-one does that! </li></ul><br/><br/><ul><li>When his brother is killed, Hobbes tells the young boy that his Dad has died. Not only does the child somehow psychically anticipate the news (&quot;he&#39;s not just asleep is he?&quot;) but then appears not to care when the death is confirmed. No tears, he just looks away with an expression of mild indifference. Completely unrealistic! </li></ul><br/><br/><ul><li>Hobbes chases a possessed character up some steps onto a railway platform, but when he gets to the platform there is no-one there. Yet we then see that the possessed man is actually on the other side of the tracks, still observing Hobbes. How did he get there? The demon doesn&#39;t give humans super powers and this guy was clearly a little portly (I&#39;m being generous) so couldn&#39;t have sprinted that fast.</li></ul><br/><br/><ul><li>Why would the James Galdofino character be asking about Hobbes looking at a map, why was he suddenly so interested yet never followed this up? </li></ul><br/><br/><ul><li>Why on earth would Hobbs throw his car keys into the forest when he reached the shack for the last time? Even if you weren&#39;t planning to come back, no-one would realistically do that, they would just die with the car keys still in their pocket, it was a completely pointless gesture done only for dramatic effect. </li></ul><br/><br/><ul><li>Hobbes kills his best mate at work yet shows no emotion at all, not even a &#39;sorry old chum&#39;. Bang, you&#39;re dead, now where are my suddenly poisonous cigarettes? He should have been torn up inside about having to do that, it should have been such a dramatic moment. Imagine if you had to kill your best friend, would you act as though you were just swatting a fly?</li></ul><br/><br/><ul><li>If he was dying from the cigarettes (how did he &#39;lace&#39; them?) why struggle to run away at the end? He didn&#39;t need to, what was the point of that? It just looked good for the cameras. Then having collapsed in the snow 100m away from the house, the camera went to an overhead shot showing him sprawled out just a few feet away from the car and the other bodies. That didn&#39;t make sense either.</li></ul><br/><br/>Hmm, I&#39;m mixing up character flaws with plot holes but to be honest the whole thing was a big mess as well. There was no real tension, the whole tag-you&#39;re-it demon transfer theory didn&#39;t work as well as it should, there was plenty of annoying mumbling so half the dialogue was inaudible, and the ending was completely unsatisfactory and left you thinking &#39;what was the point of that then?&#39;.<br/><br/>Rarely have I enjoyed a film less, and by the end my face had fallen so maybe that&#39;s the logic behind the name of the film.
This movie caught me by surprise. Not one to get spooked easily this one struck a nerve about the tenacity of evil. Lots of great plot twists and a freaky ending.

Aaron shall cast lots on the two goats, one lot for the LORD and the other lot for Azazel. Aaron shall present the goat on which the lot fell for the LORD, and offer it as a sin offering; but the goat on which the lot fell for Azazel shall be presented alive before the LORD to make atonement over it, that it may be sent away into the wilderness to Azazel. a5c7b9f00b