Bade Miyan Chote Miyan

Bade Miyan Chote Miyan

Fellow Police Inspectors Arjun and Pyare work in the same Police Station in Mumbai, India. Although they work together, they have an unhealthy rivalry between them - leading to considerable acrimony and inefficiency. Then things get worse when a series of crimes and robberies take place - with witnesses coming forward and identifying them as the culprits...

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Bade Miyan Chote Miyan torrent reviews

Jack H (fr) wrote: pretty good for a straight to dvd thriller. muddled with annoying dialogue and poor acting that make you wonder if your really just watching a celebrity cameo. josh hutcherson is suppose to be 15 but her looks way older and I always have a problem when movies do that. it takes away from the relatability. all the characters feel forced and bored with themselves. but I say good for straight to dvd because it does have nice quality and you cant expect much from a movie that was probably forced to dvd.

Su H (br) wrote: a very nice story of girls breaking out of the gender roles.the friendship and love btwn the characters of the story make it heartwarming.

Se7enth A (jp) wrote: Even though this was made for telly, it was beautifully captured to not seem too televisiony. This is a family themed Disney, therefore the plot is light, without much tension. A Pre-Bend it Like Beckham and Pirates of the Caribbean, an appealing Keira Knightley was only 15 at the time. She had provided an inspiration to the imaginations of many pre-teen girls( its assumed target audience) who will delight in Knightley's Gwyn's accomplishments. A fun tale added to a beloved lore.

bill b (fr) wrote: Shot on Video. A very well made film. nICE CHARACTERS

michael l (es) wrote: i have this strange feeling that ive seen this. but i dont know why.

Martin H (au) wrote: som vanligt helt fantastisk. Och nnu bttre vart det ju p bio!

Jed D (ru) wrote: "Not my kind of film." Though it hosted some pretty great actors, the story was very dark and disturbing, for my taste. Thumbs down!

Abel D (mx) wrote: Minimalism done right, '84 Charing Cross Road' is a truly charming film, loaded to the brim with endearing and charming performances from a veteran cast, especially the two leads who enjoy rock solid chemistry despite never outright sharing a scene, dialogue that is both witty yet believable and human in equal measure, and a dose of cultural contrast between American and British idiosyncrasies and mannerisms that lead to some hearty chuckles.

Allan C (es) wrote: I know most critics prefer "The Outsiders" to this film in director Francis Ford Coppola's two film adaptations of S.E. Hinton novels, but I've always liked "Rumble Fish" far better between the two. There is a level of prevention to the film (shot in black & white, surreal elements, heavy handed symbolism, and lots of characters pontificating), but I have to say that this film works for me and I'd put it up there with Coppola's best films, which is saying something considering his filmography ("Apocalypse Now!" "The Godfather," etc.). The story here is set in Hinton's usual world to street toughs. Matt Dillion is the leader of his gang, mostly based upon his older brother's legendary status from when he led the gang. Mickey Rourke plays the older brother, The Motorcycle Boy. One character described him as, "He's like royalty in exile." Rourke is perfectly cast in the part as a handsome, charismatic but troubled young man and Dillion is equally good as Rusty James, doing everything he can to live up to his brother's reputation but nowhere as smart or charismatic. There are a number of subplots involving Diane Lane as Dillon's girlfriend, Nick Cage as his buddy, a cop who's out to get The Motorcycle Boy (played by my all-time favorite character actor, William Smith) and the boys relationship with their alcoholic father, Dennis Hopper, and hints about what happened to their mother. Coppola strikes a wonderful balance between filming a universe thats' as visually rich as any Fellini film, but also manages to give the film a heart by shaping some well drawn characters and very strong performances that are among the best in any of his films. Many other famous faces populate this desolate landscape including Vincent Spano, Chris Penn, Laurence (billed as Larry here) Fishburne, Tom Waits, Tracey Walter and even S.E. Hinton herself as a hooker. Stephen H. Burum also gets huge props for some of the best black and white photography done outside of the golden age of Hollywood. Composer Stewart Copeland, and ex-member of The Police, also delivers one of my all-time favorite filmscores, mixing industrial sounds of the big city into the music itself to a wonderful effect. I will admit that this film is full of self important pretentious that turned off many critics, but I think the writing and strong performances give it a heart, as compared to most Fellini films (outside of "La Strada") which were strong on visuals and overt symbolism. For whatever reason, the pretensions don't get to me and I love this film. The passage of time of time being a major theme, one of my favorite moments is form a passing character, Benny, played by Tom Waits, states, "Time is a funny thing. Time is a very peculiar item. You see when you're young, you're a kid, you got time, you got nothing but time. Throw away a couple of years, a couple of years there... it doesn't matter. You know. The older you get you say, "Jesus, how much I got? I got thirty-five summers left." Think about it. Thirty-five summers."

Ryne M (ca) wrote: Just plain ole good stuff..

Thiago A (jp) wrote: Para o publico mais racional, este longa vai parecer apenas uma fabula tosca com personagens superficiais, mas O Bom Pastor apenas um filme, doce, com timas atuaes e sem grandes pretenses - e ainda com algumas canes realmente animadoras.

Marcus W (us) wrote: Terrible in every way imaginable.

Spencer H (kr) wrote: One of the best vampire movies ever!

Celeste H (ru) wrote: One of my son's favorites and one I can put on and ignore. I'm not too crazy about Daphne's attitude towards Velma in part of the movie. But I find it funny that Velma points out she's never the kidnapped member of the gang