The movie is based on the current socio-political conditions in the country and hardships the common man faces everyday in his struggle for an existence and how Netaji Subhash Bose would have reacted to all these if he would have been amidst us today. It reflects on the life and principles of Subhash Chandra Bose, firebrand freedom fighter. It is all about the Bengali roots that is being forgotten so easily today by Bengalees all around the globe. Hopefully this movie will re-instill the affinity and respect that Bengalis ought to have about their origin, rich heritage and culture.
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Nancee D (fr) wrote: Excellent .... Great to see another point of view.
Venkat M (br) wrote: wonderfully woven story of friendship, cricket and religion.
Franois M (jp) wrote: Voil un film tout fait charmant. Il n'y a pas l de quoi tomber en bas de son divan, mais le tout fonctionne rondement.... Performance blouissante de Sandrine Bisson, surtout cette mmorable scne dans la cuisine avec son fils Ricardo (Jean-Carl Boucher). Plaisir garantie pour un agrable voyage dans le temps.
Katie S (us) wrote: A new kind of adventure.
Nick M (es) wrote: Steve Carrell plays the 'idiot' character very well to Paul Rudd's straight man; Good cast with humor found from multiple characters (Zach Galifianakis, Jeff Dunham); Movie runs way too long for the dinner scene- the headline of the movie; Scenes run too long as characters bumble their way that leads into a big crockpot of events that are easily misconstrued and could be avoided; Jay Roach offers fine direction but the joke wears thin. 2.8/5
Ross M (us) wrote: I'm not quite sure where to start with this one... While not the greatest movie I've ever seen, there was at least some hope that "Spontaneous Combustion" would be a fairly cheesy B movie with a half baked plot. It somewhat delivered on that premise with Brad Dourif giving a fully committed performance that was made hilarious by the dialogue and story it had to support. Unfortunately, the entertaining portions of the film were seriously undercut by an ending that ranks with "Highlander 2: The Quickening" in terms of being purely awful. It almost feels as if the film ran out of money and Tobe just said "F- it, I don't care anymore... have him dissolve into light? Can we do that? Yes? great." It's rare that a film can make me think "WTF I just watch?" especially after being at least amused by a good portion of the film, but this film did it (not in a good way). Overall, "Spontaneous Combustion" starts off entertaingly cheesy, but manages to turn into a dumpster fire of awful in the end. 2 1/2 stars
Andrew C (us) wrote: Takes its central idea (that the character from a horror novel can enter the real world) and does almost nothing with it for 90 minutes, beyond making a standard slasher movie. Episodic and transparent in plot, this has good make-up effects but poor stop-motion. But it does star the delectable and much-missed Jenny Wright, who is far and away the best thing in it.
Ussi B (de) wrote: watch for yourself....
Aaron Y (au) wrote: THE Best movie for Wing Chun people. Practically show u how to do the first form!!!! Loved the moving dummy corridor too.
Luis Diego R (us) wrote: Fucking masterpiece.
Tom H (mx) wrote: this is a solid western with great acting and dialog. if you are a western fan, don`t miss it for the world! Tyrone Power is true star material and he plays his part to the utmost.