Subhamoy is a widower and he has two children Munni and Gaurav who is an extremely talented cricketer, but extremely dull when it comes to studies. He is father's ultimate dream is to see his son grow up and be something good, not a cricketer. When Gaurav fails in school and his principal refuses to allow him to sit for Madhyamik, his father asks the principal to give him 5 days within which Gaurav would produce the desired results. When things remain the same and there is a heated argument one day, Subhamoy strikes Gaurav and his head hits the bed and he starts bleeding and falls unconscious. He is taken to the hospital where he falls in to a coma. He remains like that for a few months before he is taken back to his house on the doctor's advice.
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Kevin M W (kr) wrote: Less of a documentary and more of a memorial, this is a curious behind-the-scenes (but not too behind-the-scenes) look at a popular cultural icon. Meant for the fans of the series there is an unintended element that somehow works to trivialize the proceedings.
Luke B (de) wrote: A great little romp of Japanese cartoonish madness. If you love weirdly titled, poorly shot films, then this is for you. It has bad CGI and even worse suits/puppets. How can I possibly defend it? I enjoyed it dammit. It had action, adventure, betrayal, and never let its budget get in the way of imagination. The little alien critters were grotesquely simple, while the big alien dudes were uncomfortably phallic. The comedy mostly came from bizarre deaths, and though these were more normal than usual (for this type of movie) the sword fights were more than convincing enough. This is the kind of film that young teenagers make with their friends on a nice summer afternoon. Only difference is, that here we have grown-ups that should know better, and with that immaturity comes innocence and excitement.
Penny T (kr) wrote: Great story and fine performance by one of my favorite actors: Kevin Sorbo. ;-)
Clay B (kr) wrote: WALKING TALL: THE PAYBACK (2007)
Hans W (br) wrote: Svartvit lngsam underbar film. Gillar du Kauismki gillar du den hr. (Trivia: Aki Kaurismki r med)
Nathan C (fr) wrote: Forget Uwe Boll, This is shit!
Walker S (ca) wrote: Great not as good as the first
Kevin S (es) wrote: This is a really good film, Will is awesome!
Steve H (nl) wrote: didn't finish this but takes you somewhere. I can't imagine what it must be like watching this one on drugs....
Jimmy P (it) wrote: This movie is just ridiculously stupid, like for example:Who watches a porno movie with their buddies?And also, that hot hispanic chick just came out of nowhereWhy would they still wanna rob a bank even when turned into vampires?
Evan H (it) wrote: this movie is hilarious! I really enjoyed this movie. Minnie Driver and John Cusack make a great team! also was fun seeing Joan Cusack in this! I enjoyed every minute of this!
krystle m (ag) wrote: one of my childhood favorites
Kristine S (au) wrote: We watch this film every year! What a great ghost story,, and picture of small town family life in the late 50's to early 60's. Really charming! A few scares and a lot of heart. I would strongly recommend it!
Ilsa L (es) wrote: While this is not one of my favourite Fritz Lang films, it is still excellent and I love Lang's use of the train's forward momentum in the opening and closing scenes as a metaphor for life going on regardless. Standout performances from all the leads: Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame and Broderick Crawford.
WS W (es) wrote: Way better than thought.
Mike G (us) wrote: I liked it. better than anticipated. completely fiction since we do not know what Jesus was like as a young boy except for when he was 12 and talking to the pharisees.....and they were amazed at his wisdom and knowledge of things at such a young age. that is all we know from the recorded gospels.