Lucia Lane, an English writer by way of the US, arrives in Bombay to watch the filming of one of her novels. She's nearing middle age, she's had several husbands, she's lonely and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An English novelist travels to Bombay to watch one of her novels translated to film. She chases after the Movie's leading man while the Screenwriter chases after her.
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Aaryaman N (mx) wrote: A movie that had a very limited release, but still managed to make tons of money. I think I know why it made so much, because this is the official comeback for the Dragon Ball Z franchise! As always, extremely like able characters, quite a good bad guy, excellent action sequences and finally, one riveting, spine-tingling scene that shows Vegeta stronger than Goku! Thank you Mr. Toriyama! Waiting for Resurrection of F!
Christopher B (us) wrote: Wow that was terrible. Terrible acting, stupid story and not barely watchable. I also love how they throw out shark facts that we have all known for years. Best part was the sharks. Don't waste your time.
Farah R (fr) wrote: A sweet and thoughtful film that a family can enjoy. It's fair to say there were a few cringeworthy scenes, but in the end Paper Planes is aimed for younger audiences who will undoubtedly find this heartfelt drama to be great.
Ippei K (ca) wrote: Why oh why do made for TV movies suck? Bad acting, slow pace, random shit, overly long...you name it, it's crap. Even the Australian accents sound dodgey. The idea could have been so much more, yet you are left feeling inept and frustrated.
Private U (fr) wrote: This movie was so bad, it was funny! I liked it.
Berni E (es) wrote: If you like bohemian and surreal, you might like this....it wasn't for me though.
Simon D (br) wrote: The story of a normal girl who turns into a chav. The performances in this were very impressive and it's an interesting story which must hit home with lots of parents everywhere. I do, however, think that some of this film is questionable; I think that some scenes were unnecessary and may be an attempt to put this in the contraversial films category.
Puneet G (mx) wrote: This movie is just too good...cant count the times I have seen it...need some more of this stuff....
Phil H (gb) wrote: Finally a new direction for the franchise, a new plot line which isn't stuck within the creepy old hotel. Lets not get too carried away here its still exactly what you come to expect from these films.Its actually a neat little story involving a man who owns a weird carnival freak museum type place and our favourite killer puppets. He is trying to transform living people into puppets/dolls for some reason. He comes across this lonely boy who is great at carving wood (who isn't), hires him, gets him to carve the perfect puppet then tries to transform him into the puppet for some reason...as you do.So despite some plot holes and no real explanations for his motives the plot is still a fresh departure from the last five films. The killer puppets are still on hand to help the museum owner guy and his new worker from bullies, the law and assist in his project but in the end he upsets them and....well you can guess.So the puppets are friendly for the most part again in this film, the effects are just more of the same and as you would expect, nothing mind blowing. Not much blood n gore, maybe a touch at the end, some reasonable acting from the cast and a bleak ending which is a nice change. Overall a better offering and again supersedes the first two films but not quite as fun as the fifth film. Think of this as a 'Twilight Zone' type installment.
Orlok W (jp) wrote: Worth it just for Lily Taylor's performance--The Valerie Solanis Story!!
Johnny T (ag) wrote: The events from Fletch weren't mentioned in Fletch Lives and there was no major plot point carried forward into the second movie. This movie did introduce again the fact that Fletch was a reporter that used disguises to get his stories. The first movie was based on a book written by Gregory McDonald. I think he wrote more than one book featuring Fletch. I haven't read any of the books, so I don't know how the character might have been changed for the movies. Libertini is criminally underused this time. Getting a bit more time onscreen, even if it is for one scene more than in the first film, is George Wyner as the sleazy attorney for Fletch's unseen ex-wife dogging the reporter for alimony payments. The second half shines as brightly as Farnsworth's front teeth. All the aforementioned stereotypical supporting characters are finally put to good use. Fletch really delves into his bag of wacky characters, pulling out two of my favorites, Ed Harley and the faith healer Claude Henry Carlton Smmoot. If these guises don't tickle your funny bone, I suggest you see a doctor. Not quite as good as the first, but still an enjoyable jaunt. VERDICT: "In The Zone" - [Mixed Reaction] These kinds of movies are usually movies that had some good things, but some bad things kept it from being amazing. This rating says buy an ex-rental or a cheap price of the DVD to own. If you consider cinema, ask for people's opinion on the film. (Films that are rated 2.5 or 3 stars)
jon m (us) wrote: The best tv series of all-time! Also has or may not anymore the nest ratings for a mini-series.
Daniel O (au) wrote: As simple as it gets, that's what I can say about this Isao Takahata movie. It's a very simple tale for kids, with a message of love about relatives, enviroment and animals. Lovely in every way, the problem is its simplicity. All characters are adorable and good-hearted... and that's all. A good portion of sugar for the whole family! (Can't believe this man would direct later "The grave of the fireflies")
John B (br) wrote: Garbo and Barrymore bring life to Grand Hotel whose permanent residents have the most interesting interactions amongst themselves. A well deserved Best Picture Oscar for '32.
Johnson C (nl) wrote: Old style fashion, fashion I know a rod of iron.