Bombay Summer

Bombay Summer

Bombay Summer explores the fleeting and delicate friendship between three young people in Mumbai, India and its eventual disintegration in the face of betrayal and personal loss.

Bombay Summer explores the fleeting and delicate friendship between three young people in Mumbai, India and its eventual disintegration in the face of betrayal and personal loss. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bombay Summer torrent reviews

hugh l (fr) wrote: Gritty and brutal , but well worth the watch. Classic Micheal Caine.

Sarah (jp) wrote: I found this movie quite good. I was impressed by Andrew Walker and even when his preformance wasnt always gold, at least he was good to look at. Strathairn was alright, sometimes what his character said confused me, and I found certain metephors hard to follow or find meaning in. The story probably could have been done a little better but truly it was good. Not over the top, but good. What did this movie teach me? It takes a lot for me to actually be satisfied by an actor pretending to throw up. Im just never convinced.

Adriano B (br) wrote: If you think Jamaican National Bobsled Team and Full Monty weren't crazy enough: mix them, you'll obtain the MALE Japanese synchro team! Sunny, carefree laughs like you didn't have from the times of In & Out: chibi, kawaii and hilarious!

Harmandeep K (nl) wrote: i luv this movie.......its awesome...

Adam W (ca) wrote: Great comedy/raod-trip/boxing movie. Its all about character and it is payed off with a great fight at the end. Woody & Antonio are superb in this. Lolita Davidovitch is annoying.

Adam R (fr) wrote: I give this film 355/113

Jocey D (jp) wrote: Exhilarating thrill ride. Nicholas Cage is good again as strong, righteous self.

Mike W (nl) wrote: Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson are amazing together!

ali c (ru) wrote: if it has drew barrymore then i'll want to c it

Carlos I (br) wrote: Such a great biopic! The themes of love in the gutter is so touching. The self-destructive lifestyle leads to a tragic end that is quite the gutpunch.

cj o (ca) wrote: I wouldn't recommend this movie at all. It can't even please stoners let alone clean guys like me. It might've been well directed, but it's weird content may leave you uneasy.

Byron B (it) wrote: want to see this because it won best foreign-language film with the NYFC and was nominated for best foreign film by NBR

Luke B (de) wrote: Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla brings back a more serious tone. Well, as serious as you can be with the Godzilla movies (not including the original). Here we have an alien race of ape-men, creating their own Godzilla. Meanwhile a prophecy speaks of the resurrection of King Caesar. It's a big old monster mash-up with everything I love about these films. It was also well-shot, and stands apart in the sometimes boring human sections. Here, the intrigue is just as exciting as monsters fighting. We also see a rather horrific jaw breaking scene, and the wonders of wakening a monster with a four minute song. Mechagodzilla is a joy, as he doesn't look as ridiculous as some of the monster creations from the past.

Evan M (gb) wrote: Ozu's only official remake, Floating Weeds represents the master in top form. It is another masterpiece from one of the 20th century's most unique artists. It is the story of a troupe of actors who return to an old fishing villiage for another show. The leader of the troupe has a son who lives in the villiage that is not aware that the leader of the troupe is his father. This basic set up is used by Ozu to explore his favorite themes of realtionships and the sadness at life's (and time's) passing. Ozu made floating weeds for Toho studios, quite a departure for him considering that every other film he made was for Shochiku. Here Ozu also works with a cast that is for the most part quite different than his other films. Chisyu Ryu makes his required appearance, but for the most part these are fresh faces. Unlike nearly every other Ozu film, Floating Weeds is not set in Kimakura (a Tokyo suburb and Ozu's hometown) or Tokyo. Instead it is set in a remote fishing village, adding to the fact that it feels different from other Ozu films. It is one of his funniest and warmest. For those who do not know Ozu, it makes an excellent introduction.

Jacob W (au) wrote: The best Abbott and Costello movie.

John S (nl) wrote: Dancing Penguins! This is a fun family film!