A chance meeting between an Assistant Scientist, Shekar, and an established stage dancer and singer, Anjana, results in love. While Shekar has a mother who lives separately, Anjana has been orphaned at an early age. Shekar's mom approves of Anjana, and both get married. Anjana stops her involvement in dancig and singing, and both spent the next several months on relative harmony. Then Anjana finds that Shekar is spending more and more time in the laboratory than with her, and she decides to take up dancing and singing, which does not auger well with Shekar. Arguments ensue, and both decide to live separately. When Shekar's mom comes to visit Shekar, both he and Anjana compromise to live together to fool his mother. Will they succeed in pulling wool over her eyes?
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Janise M (de) wrote: One of my all time favorites. Across the universe is diverse and electrifying. With a fairly correct account of the past lives of the Beatles. It brings modern day illustrations to that of the time The Beatles were formed. Love love love this movie!
Saami K (ag) wrote: "Dr le bulbe rachidien c'est derrire la tte ?" "JE SAIS PAS, JE SAIS PAS !"
Brian S (au) wrote: Martial arts experts/gangsters battle zombies and one another again and again and again. The action sequences are cool for the first half hour or so, then they start to seem redundant. Then boring. Despite all the shooting and chopping up and splatter, I found myself losing interest after the first hour... and asleep after 80 minutes. Probably ought to be half the runtime. Mediocre, but add a star if you're a martial arts movie fan.
Alisha H (fr) wrote: powerful, beautiful, artistic
Victor O (ag) wrote: a pretty decent movie as a baseball fan and ex player the comedy and it is about baseball. I think some of the actors were a little dry, but it was OK in all. I know people gave bad ratings on this film, truly it a misconception on the idea of a funny-baseball movie, like I said before a pretty decent movie.
bill b (ca) wrote: i remember i loved it as a kid. havent seen it for ages
Jacob M (gb) wrote: Great followup to Yojimbo.
Marcy B (ag) wrote: i really liked this movie. joanne woodward was really good and paul was too of course.
Jim M (au) wrote: Well done if cliched ridden story about the rivalry between foster brothers starring Burt Lancaster as a ranchers adopted, hard working son who shields the ranchers ner'do well natural son from the consequences of his extended adolescence. Everything in this film ranges from merely adequate, to deceint with the exception of Lancaster and Robert Walker (as the bad son). Will please fans of westerns but hasn't aged too well.
Alex M (mx) wrote: Lots of buildup for 2 minutes of action... My question, were the critics on the payroll?