Renowned Indian astrologer Jyotibhaskar Pandit Satyanarayan Chaturvedi, wishes a doctor, who is about to perform surgery on a woman, good luck, but also tells him that his patient is going ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Renowned Indian astrologer Jyotibhaskar Pandit Satyanarayan Chaturvedi, wishes a doctor, who is about to perform surgery on a woman, good luck, but also tells him that his patient is going ...
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kelly l (jp) wrote: Terrible, horrible with bad acting and a ridiculously dumb script that makes zero sense. I don't understand any of the good reviews that I've read. Just bad.
Muhamad A (fr) wrote: his friend death is not a fair and it maybe enhanced if he refused to get out of car in front of the restaurant
Jiana W (mx) wrote: Very balanced documentary profiling the emergence of the religious right here in America. I had no idea Billy Graham was such a big part of getting American Christians more into politics. He would probably say otherwise now, but to see him standing side by side with all these Republican presidents and leaders is interesting. In recent years I've held to the idea that it was (and is) a big mistake for Christians to align ourselves constantly with the Republican party. It's been detrimental and, while well-meaning, has done little good for the cause. My fear is it'll be too late before Christians as a collective whole grasp this and learn to separate ourselves from being allied with one particular party, which also has ideas that are counter to Christian principles.
David J (us) wrote: Excellent work by Andrew Garfield. A great film that suffers from slow pacing for stretches, but a stunning job of writing and acting. A brilliant and hard to watch film.
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Terri H (br) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested
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Dan B (jp) wrote: Oshima is a completely unique figure in cinema history, but this is far too much into the over-thought ideas-at-the-sake-of-flow cinema. It's a difficult watch, you begin to appreciate the idea of editing as a way of resetting the brain as this film has very few cuts. It's the work of a master, but an indulgent one.
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