Curious George: Back to School
School days are here again and Curious George can’t wait to go! There’s so much to learn and do at school, and new friends to meet, too. Come along with George in 8 fun-filled episodes of his PBS KIDS TV series as he discovers that you can learn new things at school, at home and everywhere in between in Curious George: Back To School!
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- Stars:Tanuja, Ranjit Mullik, Utpal Dutt, Tarun Kumar, Partha Mukherjee, Danny Denzongpa, Anil Dhawan, Dilip Banerjee, Shambhu Bhattacharya, Swaraj Chattopadhyay, Sunil Kar, Ranjan Mukherjee, ,
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Curious George: Back to School torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Excellent film, quirky and fun. Great direction and production
(gb) wrote: Outrageous concept, poorly acted, & a terrible score backing it up. Booooo.
(de) wrote: Maria Vial (Isabelle Huppert) is trying to get home, to a coffee plantation that she runs in an unnamed, French speaking, African country. Wandering the dusty African countryside in sandals and a pink dress, she hitches a ride on a bus packed with people who look disturbed, frightened, furtive. Are they refugees? This is the opening of a haunting film by director Claire Denis. With mounting tension and suspense, the story of how Maria came to be wandering far from home is told in obscure, elliptical flashbacks that seem almost like remnants of a disturbing dream. The country where she has lived and worked, and raised her son, for over twenty years is in turmoil. An army of rebels, many of them children wielding rudimentary weapons, wanders the countryside, and the Vial plantation and it's "white material," food, gasoline, money, etc. is the magnet that draws them. At the same time, uniformed government troops, looking no less fierce and unorganized seem to threaten from another front. A fugitive we know only as "the Boxer" (Isaach de Bankol), is hiding out, wounded, in the Vial house. In short, the country is coming apart, and Madame Vial, having ignored numerous exhortations to get out while she can, has now become trapped in a descending spiral of disruption and violence. Though Maria seems at times to be heroic, we get hints that she may be part of the problem that has led the country to such an unsettled state. The workers and foremen have fled. Maria's ex-husband (Christophe Lambert) is selling the farm out from under her. Her father-in-law (Michel Subor) wanders the corridors of the plantation house in a bathrobe, and seems to survive on pills and oxygen. Maria's own son (Nicholas Duvauchelle) is a tattooed slacker who can't summon the energy to get out of bed. While allowing no criticism of him, she seems to admit in one scene that she "botched" raising him. He in turn seems detached from life until he begins to display a growing fascination with the swirling anarchy that surrounds them. Something is very wrong here, and by the time the movie wends it way to its disturbing conclusion, we are left devastated by the emptiness of the moral landscape and the haphazardness of the understated violence. Hell has come to earth, and we wonder, can any of us be saved? This amazing film is an unsettling masterpiece and does now allow the viewer to make easy judgments.
(gb) wrote: This film by T.D. Jakes though it had good intentions and some very good performances, came off more as a docudrama in how it was presented than it did a dramatic movie and missed the mark in what it was trying to achieve in my opinion. It was about a young woman who had been molested by her indifferent mother's boyfriend as a child and ended up in a life of crime. Bishop Jakes plays himself counseling her. Not sure it came with any real answers but it's about forgiveness and pain and overcoming. The performances keeps this at a 3 for me.
(jp) wrote: Altman's direction is at its most effective, allowing actors to fully explore their characters by themselves, bringing life to Julian Fellowes' wonderful, if a bit uneven script. There are four excellent performances in this great ensemble: Maggie Smith, Helen Mirren, Eileen Atkins and Alan Bates. And finally, the music by Patrick Doyle is superb.One of my favourite films of all time.
(ru) wrote: such a good movie. the ending was very sad but very moving at the same time. great period piece with great performances by both helena & cary. they were so young then, but put alot of themselves into this film.
(de) wrote: Actually made in 1966 (not '99) this is a powerful, if flawed, anti-war film focussing on Japanese troops in China.
(de) wrote: What a cinematic masterpiece that i have never seen, im just reviewing it for class, these people look old. they have wigs. thats cool. bet they where ordered off craigslist. im tired of righting. Shoutuout to the 300 million people that live in the United States!!!!
(es) wrote: interesting. i wonder what parts are true? as a catholic - i can understand lies and bullshit from priests.
(jp) wrote: Average action movie
(jp) wrote: With some of the talent, I expected more.