Chanda lives a wealthy lifestyle in Jaipur along with her father, Thakur Dharam Singh, and mom. Since she is of marriageable age, her dad wants her to get married to a wealthy male of his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Chanda lives a wealthy lifestyle in Jaipur along with her father, Thakur Dharam Singh, and mom. Since she is of marriageable age, her dad wants her to get married to a wealthy male of his ...
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Donnie B (fr) wrote: Not good but breezy and fun.
Craig W (ag) wrote: As a business degree student, I was given this documentary as business culture research. It's so very interesting. I loved hearing accounts of all featured! Must see!
Jessy W (mx) wrote: one of the best films i have ever seen :)tThe storyline is brilliant :)It just makes you think!i like the way you seem to connect with each character, share their emotions as your watching it, and you can understand all of their feelings.Its just brilliant :)+ you see david tennants bum! ;)LOL. Awh :P <3
Dann M (kr) wrote: Reign Over Me is a powerful and timely film that deals with some controversial and sensitive issues. The story follows a struggling family man named Alan Johnson who rekindles an old friendship with a college roommate who's suffering from severe PTSD after the loss of his wife and children in the 2001 World Trade Center attacks. The film does an impressive job at depicting the challenges of mental illness and at showing how it affects those around them. Don Cheadle and Adam Sandler lead the cast and deliver excellent performances. And they're helped out by a strong supporting cast that includes Saffron Burrows, Liv Tyler, and Donald Sutherland. Reign Over Me gets a little overdramatic at times, but delivers a compelling look at the bonds of friendship.
christiano g (de) wrote: fav movie of all time
Andrew G (us) wrote: Grosser and more reliant on shock humor than a Borat, but the laughs are still there. They're just surrounded by a lot more cringing.
Kori M (gb) wrote: Classic mafia movie. The woman take revenge in their own hands. Pretty twisted relationships.
Private U (mx) wrote: I`m pretty sure Keanu Reeves is a bad actor...
Doctor S (de) wrote: Less a horror movie, more an infernal adventure as pizza delivery shmuck Chad Lowe journeys to Hell to save his girlfriend from the clutches of Hellcop, an accursed lawman who sports some wicked facial tattoos. Some original ideas about the wrong side of afterlife are presented while working with a meager budget, I particularly liked the literal hand-cuffs and the Good Intentions Paving Company. Some familiar faces in small roles included Ben Stiller(!), Jerry Stiller, Richard Farnsworth (from The Natural), Gilbert Gottfried, and supposedly Lita Ford who I somehow missed. One of those tweener flicks that can entertain when in the right frame of mind - not worth a Netflix queue, watch it On Demand instead.
Nathan G (br) wrote: been a while since i've seen it, made an impression though
Tony P (ru) wrote: Action film from 1988 that launched the Hollywood film career of its star man Bruce Willis. An acting career which until that time mainly involved US television shows. Moonlighting springs to mind.Willis plays New York detective John McClane who visits his estranged wife Holly (Bonnie Bedelia) at Christmas time at her place of employment Nakatomi Plaza, a skyscraper HQ for the Nakatomi Corporation.Whilst visiting the building just happens to come under attack by a ruthless gang of terrorists led by Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman).Rickman is excellent as the villain Gruber. I was reminded of his excellence by seeing an image of him falling to his death from the 30th floor of the building a few days ago. An iconic Christmas moment!Rickman would revel his villainous role snd go onto similar as The Sheriff Of Nottingham in 1991s Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves.It is Willis who steals the movie with his never say die attitude whilst half undressed. Barefoot and vested. Even he remarks it is better than being caught with your pants down.Whatever happened to Bonnie Bedelia. I think she starred in 1990s Die Hard 2 and that's it?The skyscraper holds millions of dollars in bonds in its vault hence the thieving terrorist angle.Willis has a full head of his own hair. It was 1988!Excellent caper.
Alex W (gb) wrote: A good movie i don't want to see again because of the uncomfortable and eerie feeling you get watching it.
Ferdi A (ca) wrote: Home Sweet Hell is an entertaining dark comedy with brilliant tongue-in-cheek humor and a fantastic performance by Katherine Heigl as obsessive and controlfreak Mona Champagne. The story isn't original and there was a lot more that could've been done with the concept. This movie makes it difficult for viewers to decide in which genre it belongs: comedy, drama or thriller? I wasn't bored one bit while watching and the movie is over before you know it. There is also a surprise amount of blood and gore in Home Sweet Hell, which definitely helped in the long run. The directing by Anthony Burns is pretty solid. The ending was very unexpected and filled with twists. Home Sweet Hell is definitely worth watching for Katherine Heigl's excellent performance and the hilarious dark humor. I've seen a lot better, but also a lot worse.
Peter S (ru) wrote: This film is an absolute joy. You can watch it 10 times in one year and still laugh harder with each viewing. The script is smart and slick, Ellen Page is every director's daydream and even with all the stupid humor and sophistication, it still manages to be very heartwarming. The only thing that could be improved on is the soundtrack. Many of the songs get annoying after one line. However, it is an independent film, so the songs also kind of work. Finally, a screen writer's debut that is famous and gets the acclaim it deserves!
Keith L (au) wrote: Are you people seriously kidding me? You give Tinker Bell an 88% compared to better Disney sequel films such as Lion King 2: Simba's Pride and Lady and the Tramp 2: Scamp's Adventure? You guys are morons that deserve to be locked in a door-less room with no food or water if you think Tinker Bell is even as close to being as good as The Lion King, a movie in which is actually a good movie in which people should watch. Tinker Bell is an unnecessary spin-off following a character that no one cares about. Who the hell cares about Tinker Bell's origins? Why did they even think that Tinker Bell was a character that was worthy of this kind of reception? I have the answer: they want to do it because Disney wants the money. They want the positive sales and recognition in order for their product to be successful, so that they can produce additional movies, create several Disney Channel shorts, and drive the nail in the coffin even more, just as a nuisance to humanity and culture. For this reason, the Tinker Bell series is to be ranked among one of the most insulting franchises I have ever seen in my life.