Saima is a second-generation East Indian-American, living in Austin, Texas, along with her dad, mom, and brother, Dev. Her dad considers her an old maid and wants her to get married to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ball & Chain
Saima is a second-generation East Indian-American, living in Austin, Texas, along with her dad, mom, and brother, Dev. Her dad considers her an old maid and wants her to get married to ...
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Paul D (es) wrote: Has too many television qualities to please, in terms of look and acting level. The horror story is on the weaker side too.
Balas G (nl) wrote: How nice, that a country that developed this weapon of mass destruction, also the only one that ever used it in warfare (and killed with it around 200.000 civilians), and the one that together with Russia currently owns 95% of all nuclear warheads on the globe now makes a movie and preaches the dangers of the use of such weapons.
Alejandro M (us) wrote: Comentario? Actua... mejor dicho aparece mi pobre angelito.
Gabriel C (it) wrote: A sharp script, confident direction and tremendous performances make In Bruges a delightfully cynical masterpiece.
Jason S (ag) wrote: Too damn confusing through most of the movie until you're finally let in on what is going on. When you're finally clued in, the movie is almost over. Great cast, but not well thought out.
Anthony B (kr) wrote: This powerful film documents the life of homeless children and will leave you reevaluating your perception of homelessness, drug use, and mental illness. At times, the movie is almost too intense to watch, as children are neglected, disregarded, and abused. However, when the camera finds these kids years later and more grown up, you empathize with their lost and broken mental state in a way I've never felt so acutely. It is easy to disregard our societal 'others' as insane or simply bad. Children Underground left me questioning this understanding and trying to place the homeless, insane, and criminal we all try to ignore in the light of their past experiences and our shared humanity.
Iikka V (it) wrote: Conversations in cabs in LA, New York, Paris, Rome and Helsinki. This is the kind of thing Jim Jarmusch is good at. I liked especially the New York segment, but the others were good too except for the Rome segment, which I found irritating because of Roberto Bengini's character. As a Helsinki native I found the acting in the Helsinki section a bit too soap opera-like (one actor is overacting and another underacting) and the language not to sound like a Helsinki dialect, but I guess it's a bit harder for Jarmusch to direct when he probably doesn't understand the language. That however will probably not bother people who don't speak the language either. I also found it funny how the cab seemed to teleport around town, especially when first driving next to old wooden houses in some more remote part of town, then turning a corner and being next to a 7-storey building downtown. I'm sure this happened in the other cities too.
Eric S (us) wrote: Of all the "snakes run amok" movies of the early 80s, this is certainly the wildest, but unfortunately the cheapest too. Extra points for the pulse-pounding Tangerine Dream score.
Noel K (ru) wrote: An iconic Busby Berkeley film (my first) with the trademark dance numbers and camera angles/effects. It was educational to see the rampant sexism and sleaziness of Broadway (which I am sure still persists today). It is eerie to see some of Depression era conditions happening in 2011!
Christopher B (fr) wrote: I thought this was hilarious! Enjoyed it in the theaters, my friend didn't care for it tho so no promises.