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Bolo Na Tumi Amar torrent reviews
Brad S (au) wrote: I really liked this documentary. It is better if you have already watched "Once". It follows the post-Oscar tour and romance of the Glen and Marketa as eventually fame and a grueling tour schedule takes their toll. Give it a try!
Private U (jp) wrote: so much more could have been done with this movie! the acting seems too forced though.
Chris I (br) wrote: but how are pigeons samurai?
Mohammed A (mx) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Daniel B (de) wrote: Not really a kid's movie which is great since I'm watching this at 21 years old. Woody Allen gave one of the more memorable animated performances that I've seen. Really enjoyed the sarcastic social commentary which could have dug deeper but the antz only dig as far as they choose to.
Terror A (au) wrote: Meh. This Australian black comedy about two losers who decide to rob a bank after watching a bank robbery played out on T.V. has an interesting idea but sadly it doesn't explore it enough (well not for me anyway). The acting was good and the direction is solid but the script is pretty underwhelming.
Bloodmarsh K (ca) wrote: Judd Hirsch in another underrated performance. He's usually the guy in the background, but proves here, that he can also be the guy leading the way. He really is a solid actor, who went under the radar throughout his entire career.
Ted W (mx) wrote: One of Rock Hudson's best performances. Robert Stack is pretty awesome too. William Faulkner said this was the best adaptation of any of his novels. I can see why. The movie maintains a sharp focus on characters and events that are character driven. Of course the Sirk touch borders just slightly heavy towards melodrama, a very talented cast keeps the story from veering off into soap opera territory.
Brian R (jp) wrote: George Sanders is a cad and a bounder - there can surely be no argument about that - but is he a murderer? The suspense of this film hinges on this very question. 'Lured' (aka 'Personal Column') is an enjoyable romp of a film which doesn't take itself too seriously. The Hollywood depiction of 1940s London and its acefaces is as splendidly phoney and rubbish as one could wish for. The acting couldn't be hammier if it was honey-roasted and coated in breadcrumbs. The brilliant Charles Coburn as Inspector Suchandsuch of the Yard gets to utter such priceless lines as "He has to destroy beauty instead of making love to it". David Niven's lodger Robert Coote does some good, low-key work as a detective. Most surprising is Lucille Ball (who I usually can't stand) who plays it pretty straight and acquits herself well.
Katrina A (au) wrote: Good reminder of what people can be capable of.