Amar Rahe Ye Pyar

Amar Rahe Ye Pyar

After her husband passes away, a woman adopts an abandoned baby, but the mother shows up years later to claim her child.

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Karl H (ag) wrote: Actually I expected to hate this. But in the end it was strong acting that brought it home for me. I soooo wanted to hate another Tarzan movie - but I can say if you like adaptations with a less than familiar twist then Tarzan is worth a bag ofMicrowave popcorn and a couple hours of your life.

Walter C (kr) wrote: Albert Brooks plays Albert Brooks, a filmmaker who decides to make a reality movie about the day to day life of an American family.This movie was a head of it's time. A satire about the fascination with reality shows and it's funny.

Ben T (es) wrote: It may be hopelessly predictable. The comedy may lean a little too heavily on the slapstick side of things. It even has Jim Belushi as a former action star turned karate instructor. But "Joe Somebody" carries enough full-bodied adult issues and heart-warming cliche'd scenes to force you to like it flaws and all. How is Tim Allen not a bigger star?

Umair A (mx) wrote: i think it can be better if u made it so easy

Robert B (de) wrote: The beautiful imagery and touching relationships are off-set by confusing and dumb scenes in the dinning room with a succession of gorgeous women who get up to answer the phone. Still, an interesting piece of cinema.

Toni R (it) wrote: a very cool movie with the queen of the Tap: Eleanor Powell. An early movie with a hidden lesbian scene. The dance / tap scenes are glorious!!!!

Aaron B (es) wrote: An adequate propaganda film with one great scene (the Odessa steps), that actually occurred several years prior to the Potemkin incident. Trendsetting in how movies were (and are) made, but not a great movie by today's standards.