The Bombay-based Verma family consists of two brothers, Ajay, and Vijay. Their family have been law-makers for generations, their grandfather was the District Magistrate, and their father ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Bombay-based Verma family consists of two brothers, Ajay, and Vijay. Their family have been law-makers for generations, their grandfather was the District Magistrate, and their father ...
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Adrian W (jp) wrote: Great animation and very funny
Michael P (br) wrote: What a fun little movie! Direction and acting are pretty awesome here. Some parts really make you laugh and other parts make you want to cry. All the characters have many layers to keep them interesting. Very very good!
Joe C (ca) wrote: (#38) Nothing that I didn't already know about the insane Hell House phenomenon, but it was moderately interesting to see how the whole thing is pulled off behind the scenes. Final grade: C
Mark D (ca) wrote: Almost historically correct, inspired me to become a software developer :) Recommended to those geeks and nerds wannabe like me.
Nandan T (de) wrote: Why is this rated so low? A wonderful film. At the end you will be holding back tears (or not). Highly Recommended.
Zach M (gb) wrote: Shannon Tweed was the best of the soft core actresses of the 90's.She made a ton of movies that were all fairly similar.This one is about an investigator tracking embezzled cash gets caught up in the death of the embezzler.Lots of steamy scenes with hot women.Shannon Tweed, Julie Strain and Marc Singer star in this steamy film.
Matthew G (mx) wrote: A little slow at times, but the mood, mise-en-scene and the bra-less heroine kept me watching. Bizarre for all the right reasons.
Lauren B (mx) wrote: Nothing to get too excited about but there are some good scenes.
Kristen L (us) wrote: I love Deanna Durbin movies. Her movies were lighthearted frolics from the 1930's and 40's, calculated to snag you with her singing and cheerful demeanor. Her contagious joyfulness at singing leaps beyond the bounds of the camera and the years that have passed since this movie was made. '100 Men and a Girl' is another favourite of mine, and I love anything she did in her movies with the conductor Leopold Stokowski.
Jenny B (ca) wrote: SPOILER ALERTWhat a disappointment. I'd hope the book is better but, after watching this, I cba to read it and find out. The Homesman sets out to be, what has been described as, a "feminist western." It fails. Miserably. Every female character in the story, save the five brief minutes of Meryl Streep's amazing performance, is portrayed as weak, murderous, insane and suicidal. It's what you get, I imagine, when you ask a misogynist to write on feminist issues. I understand the intention is to highlight the horrible suffering women experienced as settlers, -and they did!- ,but this movie misses the mark entirely. It instead uses every female character and their suffering, no matter how tragic, to further prop up and increase sympathy for Tommy Lee Jones' character...a useless man at best, a dangerous one at worst. Our hero? Please. The one character with true potential in the movie, Hilary Swank's, left her beloved New York and the safety of her family to move out west ON HER OWN and make her way in the new frontier ALONE. She then VOLUNTEERS to take on the job no man in town is willing to do (the job of the homesman - take these poor, pathetic, baby-killing, husband-hating women across the plains and back east). Does she prevail? Is she our ultimate heroine? No, silly. Consistent with the rest of the screenplay, she is ultimately written into a desperate, lonely woman because *sniff* she can't find a husband (being too plain and bossy) and so must end her life. Really?! To call this movie anything but a patriarchal pile of dog poop perpetuating the belief that women are weaker than men and therefore must be saved by them is doing the potential viewer a great disservice. I want my 2 hours back!