Aashiq Hoon Baharon Ka

Aashiq Hoon Baharon Ka

Indian romance from director J. Om Prakash. Ashok moves from India to Switzerland to work in a uranium enrichment plan, before falling in love with the boss' daughter.

Ashok Sharma lives with his mother in India, and they are a lower middle class family. Ashok gets an opportunity to travel to Switzerland for research purposes. Once there, he meets with ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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jenna k (it) wrote: I LOVE TOBY KEITH!! thats kinda weird this one showed up right now. . because i'm listenin to it 0,O SCARY!

Catherine D (es) wrote: Excellent documentaire europen sur le monde de l'Agriculture tel qu'il est aujourd'hui

Alex M (es) wrote: A gripping, intelligent and suspenseful thriller. Zodiac is one of the finest horror/mystery movies i've ever seen. All performances are excellent and David Fincher's near perfect directing is excellent. This is a must watch.

Tuukka P (it) wrote: Finnish WWII movie which ends up sacrificing realism for style which almost never works on a war flick.

Bill F (au) wrote: All Star Cast, Very Touching Story of British, Australian, American, and Chinese Women in a WWII Japanese POW Camp. Haunting.

Brad S (es) wrote: Really cheesy horror film from the 80's that I had somehow missed. Definitely not a great movie, but I enjoyed parts of it, such as the practical creature effects. It is the directorial debut of SFX master Stan Winston and stars Lance Henricksen, if you know those names then give it a try, otherwise skip it.

Kate P (mx) wrote: excellent film. I was very emotional at the end, which isn't like me. It was absolutley heartbreaking, because it was a true story.

Wrik S (kr) wrote: A plot made too confusing for figuring out the message of the movie

Steve H (br) wrote: A dirty old hooker falls in love with a dirty old Lord but Pretty Woman its certainly is not! A political thriller mixed with Sigourney Weavers nipples. Although the story drags its way through the narrative with no real conviction it does seem to wake up towards the end and makes you feel that there is actually a point and makes you question wither or not you enjoyed the film. I'm still unsure if its a good film but its certainly more entertaining and interesting than the mainstream drivel nowadays that easily costs 500-600 times more to make. Caine is, as always, sturdy as a rock and Sigourney pulls off the paradox off a high class educated intellectual and high class whore seamlessly. However it does all seem to be far too natural and casual a situation for the players and without any real scandal, shame or shock being expressed by anyone, therefore a little less believable.Nadim Sawalha is one to watch in this exotic, escort escapade.

Scott A (ag) wrote: While I know I am not exactly the target audience for this film, I didn't find it to be amazing, but it was a good ride down memory road, as I used to watch this show pretty much every day as a child, and I quickly remembered not just the various puppets, but the human characters too.Some of this film a tad too cheesy for me to get fully into, and I never really understood why it was so important Big Bird have to move away with other birds either.A handful of great cameos and I'd say the songs were alright: like two were really good, but some like the Blue Bird song or the Flying Upside Down song were pretty bad.I think this movie works more for nostalgia reasons that anything.

Dave J (ag) wrote: Wednesday, November 27, 2013 (1974) The Taking of Pelham One Two Three ACTION THRILLER Adapted from the John Godey novel involving a group of armed men headed by Robert Shaw as Blue hijacking a NYC subway station for a million dollar ransom. Police Lt. Zachary Garber played by Walter Matthau is the person in charge of the negotiations always trying to stay one step ahead of them. Action set pieces are very well done as well as the development of the characters. 3 out of 4 stars

Ahmed K (mx) wrote: Tremendous if not intensely like bizarre. The violence is as vivid and gushing as "Kill Bill," and the music is heart stopping!

Lee M (gb) wrote: In the end, it's not the chambermaid's sellout that shocks us but the all-absorbing power of the bourgoisie (Bunuel's longtime enemy) against which it seems futile to revolt.

jay n (ru) wrote: Okay but no Lady for a Day. May Robson is always a pleasure to watch and Carole Lombard is full of snap but the story is as old as the hills and not terribly well directed.

Michael D (ag) wrote: not great but somehow brilliant!

Todd S (it) wrote: Thanks to this film, the term, "Hall Pass", became part of the modern urban vernacular, and while the term was a big success, the movie was not. For some reason, Hollywood film makers continue to think that Owen Wilson is funny, and maybe he is, but personally, I don't see it. I usually just wind up feeling sorry for whatever loser character he's portraying. In this film, Wilson and Jason Sudeikis play two guys who have been married awhile, and are starting to get bored. After seeing mutual friends of theirs divorce, the couples worry that they're headed down the same path. Thanks to some friendly advice from Joy Behar, the wives decide that the men should get a week off from marriage to do what they want, and the rest of the film, follows their antics in trying to pick up women after being out of the game for such a long time. The premise of the film isn't terrible and usually, Jason Sudeikis is pretty funny, but Hall Pass falls flat on it's face. This is supposed to be a comedy, so why does it take nearly an hour for the story to get to the point? By the time the guys are shopping for dates, I was bored and pretty much done with this film. In the second hour, the film does get a little better, but not nearly enough. Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis are just two very different types of comedic actors and their styles didn't mesh well at all. If anything their antics together were more stupid than funny, and if there's one thing I can't stand when it comes to comedy, it's stupidity that leads nowhere. It was a good idea, but the writing wasn't very good, the actors didn't mesh, and the situations just weren't that extreme or funny. Hall Pass is just another forgettable film that fails to live up to expectations.

Sgt C (nl) wrote: (82%)A film that is as adorable, sweet, and charming as the characters featured, and best of all as I wondered at times if whether this was released in the late 1960's or perhaps the early-to-mid. And the fact is I was quite a way off mainly because this has developed into sheer timelessness. Having never once watched this as a child, probably due to being way too busy watching Robocop and Mad Max, but that doesn't really matter because this is real quality Disney product and anyone can and probably will enjoy it. I loved the attention to detail in the animation, with its elements of Grimshaw and moonlit vistas. You just don't get films that look like this any more, and I doubt the suits at Disney now would allow such darkness to creep in anywhere and frighten the kiddies meaning the scenes with the spooky rat would probably have to go, and the film wouldn't be as good. It's not overly long, or filled with musical numbers that honestly children don't really like anyway. Just a simple semi-romantic well told picture that just so happens to be better than many live action love stories featuring humans released before or since.

Jin T (fr) wrote: Some stories give you the full closer and some stories, the writer loves to give you hints or even my "favorite" part of all: Leaving it all up to you because I either got lazy in writing or it's too deep and I think it's a compelling otherwise. Z for Zachariah is one of those movies. Gone Girl did this too. There are few others movies who have done it as well but the point is, these stories tend to be very good until shit hits the fun. Oh, excuse my language. Don't get me wrong, this movie is really good. The story is done outright and the characters have gone a huge development over the course of the movie. Chiwetel Ejiofor who played as Loomis, did a very awesome performance. You might remember him in 12 Years a Slave. He did an awesome performance in that movie as well. I have never seen Margot Robbie in her best performance until I watched this movie. Sure, she was great in The Wolf in Wall Street but it wasn't enough to convince me that she's a good actress. However, her in Z for Zachariah, she's great. Chris Pine is already good in my book, a list of good actors. I really like his performance as Captain James Kirk in Star Trek, there's no doubt for me that he would do well in Z for Zachariah. When these three come together in one scene, it's what I've imagined. Good acting and flowing well into each other's character which makes the whole story progression pretty good. It even depicts how it's like to deal with each other's emotions when there is one female and two guys. Hey, it could have been worse if it was two girls and one guy but either way, a lot of things could have happened unexpectedly. Now back to the stories that let you leave up to your imagination. I don't like that part in a story. To me, it looks like lazy writing. I don't want to think all this time, that happened or this happened or whatever. Just give me a clear sense of what really happened and I'll move on to the next story, to the next movie. Blue Jasmine has done this for me and few other movies. The story was great but that one part just killed my interest. It may be one of the best movies others have seen and I understand, I really do but towards the end and you leave me to create my own scene at that one part, it doesn't benefit me to anything at all. It just tells me that I would think that way and then what? What would that make me? Seriously, they need to stop doing this kind of thing and just let us watch a complete story because I can not deal another movie that does a similar thing. But this doesn't discourage anyone to not watch this movie. I'm pointing out that I simply think it's a flaw in creating a story such as it is for this movie. I am aware that the book is quite different. But let's not dwell the flaw of my complaint overall. There are several themes in this movie. It gave a huge example when one has a belief that she grew up to believe and then we have a scientist that sees things accordingly. You'll see these two in quite a few conflicts and one of them is a big deal about sufficing themselves in regards to surviving throughout their lives. Another is how they feel about each other and the drama on that is pretty good. Add in Chris Pine's character, and you've got more to deal with. Anne, the character that Margot Robbie played as, seems too conflicted with herself especially when Caleb joins in with their lives. The situation between are questionable and makes you wonder about a lot of things. For example, how would you deal with it in your perspective? Many of the situations that you will witness has to do with survival. Even the decisions they make, will make you wonder a lot and that's a good thing about this movie. If such a situation does happen to any of us, we wouldn't be prepared or even know what to do if we ever meet someone who is a survivor. That's how good this movie really is and I strongly recommend you watch this with an open mind. Z for Zachariah is a heavily dramatic movie with twists and turns while depicting each situation like it's a "What if" scenario.