Beta is the story of Raju, the only child of a widowed multi millionaire. Raju's father can provide him anything he wants but Raju's only desire is to get mother's love, in order to please Raju, his father gets married to Nagmani, thinking that she will take care of Raju more than his real mother would. Raju becomes completely devoted to his stepmother, doing whatever she wishes. Time passes by, Raju grows up and gets married to Saraswati. Saraswati discovers that Nagmani's motherly love for Raju is fake and all what Nagmani is interested in, is capturing Raju's wealth.
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Andrei D (ag) wrote: Actori decenti care nu fac mare lucru
Jordan J (nl) wrote: Why does this even exist? This has nothing on Shrek. And anything with Andy Dick as a main character feels... wrong...
Maridia B (us) wrote: The first Fred sucked...this one sucked WORSE. Why did we need another Fred movie?
Kelli G (fr) wrote: Everything you need to know about the Johns. OK well maybe not everything but it is really awesome and fun to watch. I feel like it isn't you typical documentary, but then again they aren't your typical band.
Luckee C (us) wrote: Vaada is a great film, with a great twisted unexpected climax. Definatley recommended to anyone! Recommended! Verdict = Hit
David F (nl) wrote: This erotic Spanish film is like a slightly more sophisticated and slightly less exploitive version of the late-night cable skin flicks, with perfect sun-kissed Mediterranean bodies and a complicated is-it-all-a-dream? plot. It doesn(TM)t quite transcend its unimaginative plot involving a long-haired, ~deep(TM) writer who has a daughter from a one night-stand and an affair with a waitress, two separate stories which merge by way of yet another of his lovers...you get the point. The chiaroscuro love scenes are sensual and the actors beautiful but unfortunately the film doesn(TM)t penetrate too deep beneath the surfaces of the characters.
Steph O (ca) wrote: Man, Rik Mayall can be so seedy sometimes. He can also be stupidly funny though, and "Guest House Paradiso" is stupid stupid stupid. They play this movie on TV all the time at like midnight for some reason, and I usually end up watching 10 minutes of it before I realise I'm about to waste an hour and a half of my life watching "Guest House Paradiso"... again. Don't get me wrong, I giggled all the way through it the first time, but it's no comedy masterpiece. Interesting to see Simon Pegg and Bill Nighy each having a little role, before they were very famous.
Serge L (jp) wrote: Very well done. The wife goes so far as praising Bradley in uncertain terms. He eerily impersonates the sniper. Good story, not too USA, savior of the world. Clint Eastwood does a great job to avoid any political or moral argument except for a few hints that all is not so great in this war. We only see the tip of the iceberg of Chris's story. The great bits, the strifes, the family. It's not too surprising that the USA make what is in fact a glorified assassin into a war hero. "He saved so many lives", well yeah, by killing even more! Only the USA lives count of course. When wecompare the lives of the people on the terrain to the US soldiers, these have it hard. The US never had to fight a better armed and better organised army at home. They no doubt fear this so much, that they have no scrupules imposing it on others. Hey, war is never at home this way.
Deb S (kr) wrote: If it happens to cross my path, then I'll chance it...
Hannah L (jp) wrote: Is Eric Roberts suppose to be a "bit slow" in this movie?