Reena is a young Indian American lesbian who lives and works in New York. Her sister Sarita, who is happily married, discovers that she is infertile. Reena offers to be a surrogate mother ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Reena is a young Indian American lesbian who lives and works in New York. Her sister Sarita, who is happily married, discovers that she is infertile. Reena offers to be a surrogate mother ...
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Micky L (mx) wrote: Although still better then the first two films, with more character development, Scooby Doo: Curse of the lake monster is a slight increase to the first
Gavin K (it) wrote: Possibly the worst animated kiddie feature ever created.
Emma D (mx) wrote: Certain scenes are well choreographed with the fights but otherwise nothing special
Moya W (es) wrote: The catchy title and the cover of this movie definitely makes you believe that this is going to be a good one, but it ended up being a disappointment. It had some really great imagery and a thought-provoking soundtrack. But the rest of it just didn't have the energy to make you think. It felt like the only thing that had any real significance was the music playing when the end credits were rolling. That song had all the depths and emotions when the movie didn't really manage to have any of it. This is a story about being a teenager and what many teenagers might go through. Drugs, love, not having the courage of letting go, betrayal, forgiveness, heartbreak, secrecy, homosexuality. All these things carry such strong emotions but still it didn't come out as much when watching it.It just felt like nothing really happened despite all the important lessons that the movie tried to teach you. It never really taught you anything that had any meaning. It was a shame that it never really got anywhere and that the only thing it will really leave you with is emptiness. The best part of the movie was the end credits and that's the only part that will actually make you feel something.
Zainab A (jp) wrote: Suffering in silence is not the way out." It's the true story of a Punjabi woman named Kiranjit Ahluwalia who leaves India to marry a London-based guy (Naveen Andrews), only to be badly abused. She ends up in prison for murdering her abusive husband. I can't imagine enduring what she did but her suffering caused her to grow considerably stronger than she thought possible and luckily in her case justice prevailed. In many cases of spousal abuse this is not the case... Aishwarya is captivating! Worth watching especially if you've experienced this type of treatment or know someone who has.
Skye M (br) wrote: As much as I loved this movie when I was younger, I can now say that Racing Stripes is downright flat. One thing I hate about some movies is their lack of originality when it comes to storytelling. In this case, you yet again hear the story of the little boy who is discouraged and told he will never be successful. Predictably, however, he ends up doing exactly so. Even the humor that this movie tries to pull off is just annoying. The premise of the movie is boring the way it is, but in my opinion, the only thing worse than a boring movie is an annoying one. Thanks to the characters Buzz (Steve Harvey) and Scuzz (David Spade), this boring movie gets a splash of annoying dialogue to make you tear your hair out.
Brian H (ca) wrote: Very simply, the disarmingly skilled cast make the movie. Oh, the story's familiar yet well done, the flashbacks are effective, it even has good cinematography but the performances are golden. While there are many "hammy" British actors in the movies, there's none to be found here!
Deborah H (kr) wrote: Loved it! Tommy Lee makes this movie! He protects a group of cheerleaders and dicovers some things about himself too. He has to deal with female issues which makes it really funny!
Paul M (br) wrote: at least it came in a nice box!
Matt T (au) wrote: My wish list: I wish there was a film from the 1950's that was set in my home town of Cardiff. It would have to be a thriller of course and shot in black and white. Maybe starring a respectable actor like John Mills perhaps. Well, there is such a movie - Tiger Bay. Long time at sea, Polish sailor Korchinsky (Horst Bucholz) arrives at the Bay to meet up with his girlfriend. He soon discovers that she has been having an affair and in a fit of rage shoots her. Young whippersnapper Gillie (Hayley Mills) witnesses the murder and steals the gun as a souvenir. He finds out and abducts her. A police detective investigates the matter. Tiger Bay used to be the nickname of the the area of Cardiff that included the Docks and Butetown. A multicultural area, with many merchant seamen passing through, it had a reputation as a tough neighbourhood with gambling dens and a red light district. In recent years it has been sanitised and rebranded as Cardiff Bay. With developments such as The Senedd (the Welsh Assembly), a new opera house and the snazzy upmarket apartments it has been well and truly yuppified. The film depicts the Docks when it was run down, notorious area and prostitues are shown in the movie. When the police investigate the murder many of the locals clam up and are uncooperative. The film is not too negative as a sense of community spirit is reflected in the scenes of multi racial children playing in the park and Afro Carribean wedding celebrations. But there were many unsolved murders in the area and that is why the film has a murder plot set there. Tiger Bay is very much a childrens film as well as a thriller and Hayley Mills made her screen debut as the tomboy with a penchant for lying. Her performance is excellent (she was nominated for a BAFTA) and she would become a child star. Her real life daddy, John Mills plays the detective and their interplay together is a highlight. Horst Bucholz was a popular German actor whose most famous role was the sixth member of the Magnificent Seven (Toshiro Mifune's role in The Seven Samuria). I say sixth member as not many can remember the seventh actor. Here though he is a little bland in comparison with Hayley. The focus of the drama centres on the growing friendship between the two and a special bond is formed. These scenes are handled with affection. Overall an enjoyable melodrama with enough thrills to keep you entertained. Question: What's your favourite film set in your home town?
Kim B (fr) wrote: While interesting concept not very scary or particularly interesting/in depth. We've seen a lot of this material before. I didnt like it suggesting psychic ability equals=demons. Fairly short Movie just ok.
Shawn W (nl) wrote: Chilling true story of British serial killer, John Christie, who killed a woman and child who lived upstairs and provided key testimony in the husband's trial, who was hanged. 5 other bodies were found by a new tenant before Christie was hanged too.
Shawn W (gb) wrote: A film with a good cast that just tries too much. 1960's set film about a woman who is dealing with the fact that the man who raped her is released and looking for her. Rather than focus on that storyline, we also get a white civil rights activist trying to further the cause and a pair of girls on a double date. Stuff like this led to Cannon Films downfall. Should have stuck to their bread and butter - Bronson and Norris in action films.
Brian A (mx) wrote: Amsterdam looks phenomenal.