Brahmalokam to Yamalokam Via Bhoolokam

Brahmalokam to Yamalokam Via Bhoolokam


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Brahmalokam to Yamalokam Via Bhoolokam torrent reviews

Josh A (us) wrote: Skillfully made and shocking, but it's really one big identity crisis of a movie, failing to seamlessly blend several different genres. It also reaches a point where the plot completely gets away, and it just starts tripping all over itself.

Jon S (gb) wrote: This is a great film well worth watching if you like a film with a story, an intelligent well thought out film a hidden gem

Anthony I (de) wrote: It's a fun, creative, nostalgic blast to the past for the VHS generation. It takes old technology and turns it on it's head. The recreations of some of the movies are so funny, you wish there were more of them. To me, it highlights the anything-goes nature of guerrilla style filmmaking. Yet, it gets kind of sentimental, and it turns into a "save the neighborhood" movie. Michel Gondry should know better than to turn to those conventions. It could've been funnier and quirkier than it ended up to be, and a lot of chances were missed here.

Ben D (ag) wrote: This film is awful. Seriously this is one of the worst movies I've ever seen. Alright lets start listing the problems because I had a lot of them. Ok, Chucky and Tiffany are back! And being nice to one another! Even though both of them ended up dead in the last movie and they spent the second half of that movie hating each other, but whatever! Who cares!? The screenwriters couldn't think of a reason so why should I? Anyway, they also have a transgender kid (I don't know why, just go with it) and somehow it managed to survive being stranded and alone for who knows how many years. This film is filled with stupid crap like that by the way. The story is about this kid trying to find Chucky and Tiffany and then it becomes the standard Child's Play story: find people to transport their bodies into. Boring, been there done that, but they managed to make it worse than the last four times they used it. I think it had something to do with the fact that at the end if the movie, Cucky decides to stay a doll! Really!? REALLY!? You just wasted so much of my time! I've watched five movies of him trying to become human again and this is what I get? It's disgusting and a terrible decision. There are even more problems if you can believe it, but this movie is making me sick to my stomach so I'm going to stop talking about it.

bill s (br) wrote: Lightweight thriller that is rather bland considering the talent on hand,,,,boring script.

Bloodmarsh K (it) wrote: This is the perfect example of why Richard Gere shouldn't play himself. Somehow, it's still a bit surprising how two leads can spend so much time making a film, and never realize they don't have any chemistry at all. Zero.

Ian C (nl) wrote: I loved this more as a kid but it still holds up well.

Carmen C (es) wrote: A lonely woman who lives with her detached mother and cruel step-father, with a boring routine job in a match factory. She finally met a guy in a bar,they drink, they dance and stay overnight at the guy's expensive apartment. However the guy simply treated her as a prostitute, left $ and stay away from her in the next morning. Then she found out that she got pregnant.She still tried to approach the guy but he just sent her a cheque for abortion.When she knows she got pregnant,there's no friends willing to share her troubles and worries and her parents just dumped her. It's so realistic and cruel..The film shows us the hopeless world with no love. And eventually the gal decided to take was a dark story. (Btw, the music plays an very important role thoroughout the film. It fits perfectly to the atmosphere and the emotion of the girl)

Allan C (it) wrote: I'm a huge Talking Heads fan and was excited about this film when it first came out, but I didn't really care for it at the time. However, the years have been kind to this film and I can see how writer/director David Byrne's odd vision of rural Texas is something I've seen numerous times in other films. "Napoleon Dynamite" for example has much the same quirky cast in a near surreal rural/suburban setting. The visually offbeat cast is also something you'd see many times later in films of Tim Burton, but Byrne was doing it long before Burton had a real body of work (he had made "Pee Wee's Big Adventure" the year before). My main knock on the film is that there's no real driving narrative, though I don't think Bryne every had an intention of doing anything outside of presenting a oddly picturesque slice of life with a cast of strange characters. That's fine, but my interest wained at times and and characters were so broad that they don't have any real heart, outside of John Goodman's performance who did bring warmth to an underwritten characters. The rest of the cast is also good, but the characters are pretty cartoony in their character development. Byrne serves as the film's narrator and taking us through the town. Annie McEnroe, Spalding Gray, Swoosie Kurtz also appear the the film. However, the best parts of the film are the musical numbers, which is when the film really comes to life. Talking Heads members Jerry Harrison, Chris Franz and Tina Weymouth all make cameo appearances in the Wild Life music sequence. The film was co-written by Byrne, Beth Henley and Stephen Tobolowsky.

Stphane C (kr) wrote: super film,fut un grand homme, tus lachement !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Leslie C (ca) wrote: Love John Wayne......

George I (es) wrote: Despite making the character American to avoid the embarrassment of having Keanu attempt a Geordie accent, this is a pretty good adaptation of the comic book. So much so, that i didn't realize on first viewing, a decade ago, how wrong he was for this part, no matter what nationality. Nick Cage, however, would'a made this a bonafide classic, everything else remaining the same. I don't remember Shia LeBoof playing the same sidekick role he had in I Robot.