Sunil leads a poor lifestyle along with his widowed mother, and two school-going siblings, Anu and Tikku. He gets married to Lakshmi, who soon gets pregnant. Anu graduates from school and each of the family make individual sacrifices so that she can attend college. During Diwali, Lakshmi falls down the stairs, is hospitalized, has a miscarriage, and will never be able to conceive. Sunil decides to keep this a secret from the rest of the family, but subsequently confides in his mother. When Lakshmi finds out she wants him to re-marry, but he refuses. Then Tikku is sent to live with his maternal uncle for a few days. Shortly thereafter the family will be faced with three crises as Anu prepares to elope with a wealthy fellow collegian, a death, and a theft.
- Stars:Shashi Kapoor, Nanda, Manmohan Krishna, Leela Chitnis, Praveen Paul, Satish Vyas, Laxmi, Najma, Bupet Raja, Master Sandeep,
- Director:Krishan Chopra,
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(mx) wrote: Hard to believe, Exit Through the Gift Shop is wacky, inspiring, illuminating and mind blowing narrative.
(de) wrote: Ron Howard did an amazing job again. The film is very good. Love the casts and the story.
(nl) wrote: This is a bad film, I know that right off the bat. Some pretty bad acting, camera work and scene slow-mo, ridiculous action parts, like Alice jumping 30 feet in the air over a fence. But, these Resident Evil films are pure guilty pleasure films. I loved the Nemesis creature (Matt). That all this movie is, pure guilty pleasure.
(jp) wrote: The role playing grated on my nerves after awhile, but this movie's basic premise is about non-monogamy, and who can handle it, and who can't. And it's true-it can get very messy!
(ru) wrote: When I was a kid, I really enjoyed the first "3 Ninjas" film and watched the sequel. It was consistently fun as the first, but with an added cultural twist. After that, I never watched the other incarnations of "3 Ninjas."
(gb) wrote: FBI agent Johnny Utah must go undercover as a surfer to investigate a string of robberies in which the perpetrators dress like former presidents. It's a fun, fast paced action movie.
(ag) wrote: Ein elegischer, fatalistischer Neon-Noir, dank Hills gewohnt konomischer Inszenierung in seinem getragenen Grundtempo doch in keinem Augenblick schleppend. Anhand von Rourkes Leinwandpersona macht Hill Momente von Gebrochenheit sichtbar, die insbesondere in Anbetracht des folgenden Niedergangs des tragischen Schauspielers aus heutiger Perspektive schier gespenstisch erscheinen. Einer der letzten gro?en Filme Rourkes vor dem eineinhalb Jahrzehnte langen Absturz, und einer der schnsten, die Hill in den spten 80ern vorgelegt hat.
(nl) wrote: Parece la respuesta de la iglesia catolica a "Viridiana": aqui' los pobres son todos buenos e "inocentes", exactamente como les pinta (o les quiere) la iglesia. Y claro la pelicula gano' el premio del jurado ecumenico en Cannes. Personalmente prefiero a los pobres canallas de "Viridiana". Pero la marquesa que saluda a su pueblo desde el balcon como Evita me encanta.
(au) wrote: I can't express how's great those movies are! Best of the best!
(fr) wrote: Ray Tierney (Edward Norton) comes from a family of cops, and was the best of the lot until an accident in the line of duty cut his career short. One night, after multiple officers are shot and killed, it becomes clear that there is a large corruption ring at work within the NYPD, and the brass turn to Ray to find out the truth, a truth that could lead him right back home. Edward Norton is truly a chameleon in that he can play absolutely any role and be believable. It doesn't matter if he's some computer geek or a tough as nails cop, he always does a great job and no matter what he's in, the film is always going to have an air of credibility for it. The rest of the cast, as well as the story are also pretty good, but this film isn't without it's problems. As with other films that have complex stories and large casts, the story moves so quickly and characters are introduced so fast, that it's difficult to keep track of what's going on and nearly impossible to remember who is who. The story is great and the main characters are well written, but there is so much going on, that it is very easy to get lost in all the side stories. The bottom line is that Pride and Glory would be better suited as a TV series than a movie, but then you wouldn't have the big named cast, and it probably wouldn't last four episodes. The actions scenes are great, the main characters are intense, and the story was terrific if not a bit more complicated than it needed to be.
(fr) wrote: It was pretty lame...and the werewolves looked ridiculous!
(de) wrote: I really enjoyed this and thought it was an interesting look into the world of online dating. Sure, there's speculation that it wasn't real (and at the time I didn't think anything of it but the next day I started to contemplate whether it was real or not) but that doesn't stop it from being a surprising and well made film. I felt genuinely tense at some points, wondering what the outcome would be. If it wasn't real, it was certainly still well shot and well written. Definitely a (possible) documentary worth checking out.
(gb) wrote: Directed by Andrew Bergman (The Freshman (1990) and Honeymoon in Vegas (1992)), this was based on the 1993 book of the same name by Carl Hiaasen. This was a massively hyped film, and for a film which is supposed to be a sex comedy, it's laughs come in all the wrong places and it just comes across as both dull and over the top at the same time, and there are moments that are just embarrassing. In Florida, FBI secretary Erin Grant (Demi Moore) has lost her job, and in an unfair custody battle, has lost her daughter Angela (Rumer Willis) to ex-husband Darryl (Robert Patrick), who is drunken and irresponsible. In order to raise money for a retrial, Erin works at a Miami strip club called The Eager Beaver. One patron at the club is Congressman David Dilbeck (Burt Reynolds), who becomes addicted to Erin, and wants her to perform privately for him. Dilbeck's nearest advisors are worried of the dangers Dilbeck will get into because of this, but Erin has a plan to use Dilbeck to help get custody of her daughter back. However, when a dead body is found, someone who found dirt on Dilbeck, Erin finds herself in deep water. It came out a year after Showgirls, and there were comparisons, but NOTHING can compare to seeing Burt Reynolds in a leather cowboy suit greased up with Vaseline. :O There's nothing in this film you can take seriously, and that people actually went to see it is shocking. It would be a guiltly pleasure if it wasn't so dull.