Door Ki Awaaz

Door Ki Awaaz

Prakash lives a wealthy lifestyle in Chandan Nagar along with his sister, Mala, and widowed mom. While traveling by train, Mala meets with an accident and is hospitalized. Also hospitalized...

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Jack S (ag) wrote: The warts and all rockumentary about the legendary metal singer that reveals some sad truths about Ozzy, that for much of his career, far from being a powerful rock figure, he's been rather a pathetic, drug and alcohol-addicted individual. It's great that he finally appears to be over his addictions. My biggest personal disappointment of this doco was that no mention at all was given to Ozzy's gun guitarist Jake E. Lee, who took the place of Randy Rhoads.

Darren B (us) wrote: Finally had the time to see this! What a fantastic well written decently executed movie! The two leads were amazing and for being a French film this was worth every minute! Lots of twists & turns and a satisfying end.

Corey C (au) wrote: A Van Santian attempt to get in the head of a suicide bomber, but devoid of context, it's not especially effective. The whole thing is a lot more like ELEPHANT than I'd like, minus the pretentious sky-gazing shots.

Luis O (ag) wrote: I think the best part of this film is Keanu Reeves that plays the orthodontist, that in itself could be a whole other movie.

Natalie P (fr) wrote: This movie never grows old. Lame but sure funny.

Anthony B (ca) wrote: Easily in my top 10. I must have seen it at least a hundred times...give or take a few times. ; )

Jeffrey L (es) wrote: This past father's day, I decided to look back at one certain film that reminded me it was a true gift to have a father; a film that reminded me why a family is the best thing you could have in your life. This is Phil Alden Robinson's 'Field of Dreams', possibly one of the most poignant films ever made. It is a baseball film that instead of focusing on winning a game or championship, it is, at it's core, a father and son story.The beginning of the film is told through the perspective of Ray Kinsella (Kevin Costner), where he gives a backstory of his past, telling how he grew up without a mother and how he lost his father at age 17. In the present day, because his father was a professional baseball player, he decides to make his cornfield into a real baseball diamond after hearing a voice whisper to him "If you build it, he will come". When he completes the field, the 1919 Chicago Black Sox baseball team begin to play baseball on the diamond in ghost form as it was the team Ray's father was a part of. The movie aims at telling a story that the audience can relate with by adding drama and emotion to challenge the characters and have them develop.The characters of the film are all believable and relatable. The main protagonist, Ray Kinsella, is a farmer who constantly has bad memories of his past, and when he builds the baseball field, he begins to forget the past and move on. He can connect with the viewers because of his deep connection with his father. For the supporting characters, there's Ray's Wife, Annie Kinsella (Amy Madigan), who is always there to support Ray by encouraging him to keep the field. She also helps him find out why the voice was telling him to build the baseball field. Shoeless Joe Jackson (Ray Liotta) is the first of the deceased Black Sox players to meet Ray in the baseball field, and he talks with Ray that he is more than happy to be able to play baseball again after the field was built. Mark (Timothy Busfield), Ray's brother-in-law, wants Ray to sell the field due to financial issues that occur later in the film, but he later has a change of heart when he experiences that there really are baseball players coming to Ray's yard to relive their golden age. But possibly the most affective character in the film, Terence Mann (James Earl Jones), a radical author who stopped writing books after his books were banned from schools. Because of this, he begins to form a connection with Ray, as they both experienced a painful past, which adds to the complexity of the two characters. All of these are part of what makes the movie work so well because none of them are just useless filler and help keep the audience's attention by constantly moving the story forward.The strongest element of this film is the atmospheric score by James Horner. Usually in films like this, you would only hear small nitpicks of music just to fill in the quiet moments of the film, resulting in a mediocre soundtrack. For this film, however, rather than just having random music for filler, Composer Horner chose to have the music emphasize the tone of the film by giving it a "ghostly and quiet" feel to enhance the feel of the film and evoke the emotions of the characters. The ghostly and quiet tones are used when Ray completes the baseball field and waits for the results, and there is one scene in particular where we are introduced to the deceased Shoeless Joe Jackson. The score then uses a percussion drum and synthesizer with a sort of whimsical mood that really grabs the viewers attention because we are actually seeing a deceased figure in Ray's newly made baseball field, and it emphasizes that Ray had "achieved the impossible".It's extremely rare that we have sports movies that have a story that doesn't use the usual "struggling team must win big game" plot and instead adds complexity to the characters and having the audience connect with the nature and overall tone of the film. I consider 'Field of Dreams' to be one of the most inspirational films of all time, and it is a must watch for all baseball fans and moviegoers everywhere, with a story that is very inspirational, relatable characters, and an atmospheric score that tugs at your heartstrings. Perhaps what this film taught us most of all is that when we build our dreams, they will come.

Dustin G (jp) wrote: I liked the flashbacks and the way they looked. I wasn't huge on McQueen's performance. The story is really quite boring and uninteresting, as Ebert said, it's terribly thin. And the overdubbing sounds bad. Pretty weak film overall. Will appeal more to those who get a kick out of rodeo stuff, which is well filmed here.

David H (kr) wrote: A grandious Melodrama directed by the Master John Huston starring the great Bette Davis

K C (kr) wrote: Kleenex anyone..? You had better bring some... though not the standard light-hearted fare Dunne and Grant had performed in before, this film is a classic example of an American romantic tear jerker. The film winds you though these flashbacks while you wait to fall deeper into their despair, knowing it will happen. A great story and dramatic comedy its very well acted... films such as 'Terms of Endearment' learned their lessons here.

Jake J (jp) wrote: First time i like it, but now i don't like that movie because Justin Bieber has gotten into trouble like, today headlines is justin got arrested after that stupid atv crash.

Suy E (jp) wrote: Excellent performances by Ustinov and Morley without whom the movie would have been much the poorer.

Zahid C (ru) wrote: Day: WednesdayDate: 1 Jan 2014Time: 9.30pmWith: NOoneOn: HDTV

neil L (us) wrote: Midnight Express has some cheesy moments, but I loved it. I like the paranoid atmosphere and the retro film quality.

John M (kr) wrote: Rear Window on the road. Nice, quiet thriller with hitchcockian tones. There is also an early role for Jamie Lee Curtis.I would like to see a remake of this movie but with less dialogue and more action.