Babul tells the tale of a man (Bachchan) who tries to bring happiness back into his daughter-in-law (Mukherjee)'s life after his son (Salman)'s death.
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Nicholas S (kr) wrote: Decent and sort of original..not overwhelmingly predictable, at least. I do like the cast of Justin Long, Vince Vaughn and Brendan Frasier.
Armando B (ru) wrote: I gave this movie a 2 1/2 stars only for tge two main gorgeous ladies. As that being said in the other hand for the film is just one star. This was not a good thriller, when I saw the trailer it loojed great, but after watching the movie it was lame to watch. Rebecca was getting to annoying and I couldn't wait for somebody to kill her already. I mean who acts so weird like her. That's just insane, I agree with the others it was a waste of time in a way. So for this not being a very good film, and for not getting what I was expecting, and for having a similar taste to a movie called " Single White Female " I give " The Roommate " a C-.
Chris R (mx) wrote: for its possible comic value i'll wait to rent the dvd
Cathy L (fr) wrote: Autobahnraser (A2 Racer) Autobahnraser (A2 Racer)Synopsis: No information available.Starring: Luke Wilkins, Niels Bruno Schmidt, Kristian Kiehling, Alexandra Neldel, Thomas HeinzeDirected by: Michael KeuschLNR
James B (it) wrote: Another of those films where strangers lives intersect, this time culminating in a murder mystery sort of affair. Pretty good.
Ken W (it) wrote: there are no words . . .
Paul D (us) wrote: There isn't really anything special about this movie. I watched it because I am a fan of Lea Thompson, but even she couldn't fully save this movie from its lack of direction. It never made me laugh as much as I wanted it to, in fact, I barely laughed at all. I would say that it is safe to skip this one.
Antonio M (es) wrote: El "PERFECTO" drama, muy buena pelicula!!!
William W (au) wrote: When leading-man Rod Taylor passed away last year, I remembered his excellent performances in 'The Birds' and 'The Time Machine', and how his charm, good looks and manner could lift very good films such as those to greatness. I was also pleased that for his final role, he got to be in a very fine picture such as 'Inglourious Basterds', playing Winston Churchill--that he was able to end his career on a high-note, which sadly, is the exception rather than the rule. 'Colossus and the Amazon Queen' is an example of where he made an otherwise fun but terrible movie watchable--and that's another fine quality of a gifted thespian. Especially if you are a fan of Taylor's work, the intriguing way that Italian actors made swords-and-sandals' epics ad nauseum from the late-50's to early-60's, when they would become infatuated with the 'spaghetti western', these 94 minutes will be time modestly well-spent.
Gabriel D (de) wrote: There's plenty of visually impressive moments, but I couldn't help but feel there wasn't much going on beneath the surface.
Sven D (gb) wrote: Aaron Kaufman delivers an amazing enlightened film while striking true ambiance. Clearly the critics missed the cues that they were out of their depths when they refer to it containing scenes they refer to as "philosophical babble".