Chaurahen

Chaurahen

Chaurahen (Crossroads), a film directed by Rajshree Ojha, who previously directed Aisha, in addition to two other popular specialty projects, boasts an impressive ensemble cast that includes Soha Ali Khan, Victor Banerjee, veteran Bollywood actress Zeenat Aman, and Kiera Chaplin, granddaughter of the silent film superstar Charlie Chaplin. The film is an adaptation of short stories by celebrated author Nirmal Verma. Ojha describes the three vignettes that comprise Chaurahen as “snippets of collected photographs, bringing together similar disconnected people trying to find their path.”

Chaurahen (Crossroads), a film directed by Rajshree Ojha, who previously directed Aisha, in addition to two other popular specialty projects, boasts an impressive ensemble cast that includes Soha Ali Khan, Victor Banerjee, veteran Bollywood actress Zeenat Aman, and Kiera Chaplin, granddaughter of the silent film superstar Charlie Chaplin. The film is an adaptation of short stories by celebrated author Nirmal Verma. Ojha describes the three vignettes that comprise Chaurahen as “snippets of collected photographs, bringing together similar disconnected people trying to find their path.” . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Timmy B (ag) wrote: When I first started watching this movie I was optimistic. Rio was a stunning success. the villain was solid and the animations were the bomb. I thought, for sure, Rio 2 the sing along version would be even better. I was ready with a plastic microphone next to me ready to jam out with these tropical creature. but I was very disappointed. The songs could not hold my attention. I'll be the first to admit, as a 15 year old guy, I don't have the best attention span. But I even had an easier time singing along to Barbie and the Nutcracker than this. Not satisfied.

Kay L (it) wrote: Not a bad female psychological fight.

Ilja S (nl) wrote: What a great movie! Perfect acting my Clint Eastwood, some humor, and an intriguing plot around a real life topic make it one of Eastwoods mst outstanding outings.

Matthew S (mx) wrote: I consider Gaspar No's ENTER THE VOID to be a masterpiece of experimental film. That being said, it pushes way past the boundaries and is often disturbing, provocative and grim. It is a fascinating cinematic ride that has always kept me glued to the screen. Disorienting and drug-fueled audacity.

Etienne B (es) wrote: film fort, noir, intense et bien ralis. une belle photographie, mme si quelques ([trs] petits) dfaut de jeunesse l'empche d'tre un chef d'oeuvre.

Braden Z (fr) wrote: this movie was made when all producer craped in a bag and made a movie out of it, it is a pathetic excues of a movie I would rather watch gili ok a bit extreme with gili but its true, PS and if u enjoyed this piece of crap go sit in a corner and think about your life

Ian M (nl) wrote: I sooo wanna see this!! Looks like I'd enjoy it. Although the reviews look bad!!

Connor G (gb) wrote: Sometimes ridiculously over the top, and it felt like a cross between The Manchurian Candidate and Marathon Man, but Mel Gibson was excellent to watch, and he makes the whole thing worthwhile.

Phil H (mx) wrote: Another dodgy film title and arguably Mel Brooks last decent spoof after a long career in film led to a brief spell in the theatre as things started to wind down. In fact this was Brooks last major film in which he starred and directed.Now I must admit that when I first saw the film I didn't really like it much, the whole thing looked cheap, tacky and wasn't overly funny. But the strangest thing, like with other Brooks films, I have found myself appreciating it a lot more over the years.Like his other spoofs this has pot shots at various classic vampire films over the years but the main target is of course the Lugosi gem. Its a real blend of styles which kinda works and kinda doesn't. Naturally the film is created with an old time appearance reminiscent of the 1931 film, but at the same time it has those great cheesy cardboard cutout visuals of Hammer horrors. I personally think the film has a lot in common with 'Spaceballs' in the fact that it looks hammy but at the same time it also has some neat effects. The main negative aspect of the film in my opinion was most of the sets are obviously sets which is a bit off putting I can't deny and there is a distinct lack of scenic spooky landscapes or creepy castles which is a real shame. I realise the film is suppose to be low rent as it were but all Dracula flicks need some nice eerie real locations and spooky castles. Despite that there are some nice touches here and there, the low budget bat transformations of Dracula are kinda cute, lots of little homages and visual gags, everything has been over done, forced and blown out of proportions on purpose which is amusing, costumes are suitably stuffy and set the mood well, plus the casting is actually quite good.Now I know you can't expect top rate acting in a Brooks spoof but there are still some nice little performances here. The best for me being MacNicol as the whimpering stir crazy Renfield. The character does get a bit too loony tunes as the film progresses but initially I really like his stiff upper lipped Englishman when he first travels to see Dracula. The best scene must be when Renfield sits down with Dr Seward for tea and ends up eating bugs. Not only that but the pronunciation of raspberries by Harvey korman in this sequence is hilarious.Even though he has top billing the late great Nielsen wasn't the best thing here (the combination of him and Brooks together in films came too late in the day unfortunately). Bottom line Nielsen is miscast as Dracula, he doesn't look the part and he doesn't sound the part, but that's why he is perfect in the role. The fact he's completely wrong for the role makes it work, its just funny that he doesn't come across as a Dracula kind of guy and I think Nielsen knows that and uses it. Whilst watching I can't help but think Leslie is actually trying in certain scenes bless him, he does appear to actually go for it and really put on his best Lugosi/Dracula performance just for the hell of it, he's enjoying his chance in the role. End of the day only Nielsen could get away with this kind of deliberate miscasting, he was (and still is) such a popular lovable guy.Brooks himself enters the fray as Van Helsing and fits the role pretty well with his mock German, Jewish accent. In a sense he's playing the same characters as President Skroob and Frederick Bronski with similar facial hair but not as dumb. Yeah sure we've seen it all before with Brooks but if you're a fan then you won't complain. His best scene must be the stake through the heart sequence, simple but effective.I do get the impression that Brooks is merely working his way through every genre he can and this film simply ticks a box on the list...pretty much like 'Men in Tights'. I also get the feeling he is trying to recapture the same level of success he achieved with 'Young Frankenstein' and the gothic horror genre. To be brutally honest most of the jokes have been used before in previous works but at least its not as childish as 'Men in Tights' and does offer some adult content. I won't say this parody is a great film, it doesn't really come close to previous Brooks films but its still mildly amusing and a must for fanboys.

Grant H (nl) wrote: Great movie. It's certainly predictable and formulaic, but it still features hilarious writing, solid direction, themes and characters anyone from the '90s can connect to, and great performances from its young ensemble cast, especially Tyler, Tunney, Embry, Zellwegger and Cochrane.

Brad G (jp) wrote: This sequel to Black Caesar rewrites the original??s ending just enough to save Fred Williamson??s ghetto gangster from the grave. It??s a scattershot story: the first third of the film is Williamson??s revenge quest, the middle third is about his father??s outta nowhere criminal rise & fall (Big Papa!), and the final third is Williamson seeking new revenge against Zack, the man who wants a piece of the pie. Hell Up In Harlem is way over the top and I love it for the craziness. The Coney Island umbrella impalement and the cross country beatdown near the climax are the stuff of Blaxploitation legend. An excellent mix of goofiness and badassery. VF.

Marina U (jp) wrote: as xpected from FRENCH MOVIE!! great artistic movie with nice setting and property and effects too! LOVE IT! walopun boring ceritanya loloncatan en jokesnya ga lucu2 amat.. tapi acung jempol buat art directornya!

Jack G (ca) wrote: false advertising: no blood, no gore, plenty of sex though.

Erik H (kr) wrote: A depressing examination of how the progression of technology stifles artistic freedom and eliminates individualism.

Jamie C (jp) wrote: A very unique film that i'm struggling to decide if I enjoyed it or not, I laughed a few times but it was not what I was expecting, Over hyped but an ok watch just don't expect a comedy masterpeice.

Joo A (au) wrote: Filme digno de Oscar.