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Ek Paheli torrent reviews
Joy B (br) wrote: Watched this last night at home with On Demand. This movie really draws you in.
Ben C (fr) wrote: It's so corny, but I guess that's what makes a Disney movie a Disney movie.
Matt R (ca) wrote: Great humor. Refreshing story.
Christina H (au) wrote: Watched: 29 May 2014
Jani M (it) wrote: Hideously slow-moving aussie-thriller about couple experiencing trouble having a baby and about deeply disturbed young man who starts to stalk them. Leading lady is played by Lisa Chappell (Claire from McLeod's Daughters). She is beautiful and does proper job acting but that is only plus on the movie. Terrible zero budget piece of crap that I recommend to avoid.
Anders A (fr) wrote: A story with great insight about real troubled water of serious crime. Life after prison, its not easy, back to society with people hating you. A crime often conflict two sides which are wounded, both of them comes forth in significant proportion here. Its impossible not to feel something here. And also Poppe are using his effective method of knoting the movie together with flashbacks and, consciously making us aware.
courtney E (mx) wrote: also a good movie if you havent seen it i recommend you do so
Larry C (gb) wrote: Jennifer Connelly is wonderful. Good writing. This film survives the awful Joaquin Phonix.
Andrew S (nl) wrote: Crumb is absolutely disturbing in a fascinating kind of way. One of the best Documentaries that I've ever seen. I'm compelled to watch it again and again.
Hampton N (nl) wrote: A great insight into med school...even though it's Hollywood-tainted.
Tor M (ca) wrote: Christy Brown - a writer and painter born with cerebral palsy has one controllable limb. You guessed it: his left foot. We follow him from young age until he's done with his autobiography and some time after that.This is a pretty joyful grow-up tale, naturally with some sadder moments. His family is mostly a good gang, especially Christy's mother, his sister and brothers. His father is not too bad, but he is not the best rolemodel or believer of his own son's abilities. He also enjoys the pub quite a lot.Daniel Day-Lewis is delivering another splendid performance - it's very believeable. The kid that plays him Christy for the first half hour must get his props too. Superb work!Jim Sheridan is not a name I have paid much attention too, but I've seen a few of his films. This is a very solid movie, with a great plot and solid execution.I get the praise for DDL's performance, but I must mention the Polish film "Chce sie zyc" from 2013, where actor Dawid Ogrodnik portrayed a man with cerebral palsy even better.7.5 out of 10 pieces of chalk.
Grg W (ca) wrote: the title of this movie is misleading. instead of "massacre" they should have said drive-in serial killer instead. the beginning of this movie had me hooked since the first two kills are quite spectacular in that they are extremely hilarious and unexpected. after that though, most of the movie is just boring dialogue and stupid attempts at horror. best to skip this one altogether.
Private U (br) wrote: The last great Carry On. I have scrubbers in caravan, you want to come see?
Wade W (de) wrote: The Wrestler is a incredible character study about a veteran wrestler who must find meaning and substance in his life after 20 years of being out of the spotlight. It's a comeback story, one you must not miss out on. It's Rourke's best performance, by far. He disappears in this role, making it extremely believable and heartfelt. The Wrestler also boasts great writing and a relatable tale of how a human being can overcome obstacles. Aronofsky and company have created a masterpiece.
Jacob W (us) wrote: The 70s must've been a hell of a time. Wow. Just wow.
Film F (ru) wrote: True Story of Barbara Graham ...At the wrong place at the wrong time..And set-up....Bring a hankie....!
Jamie C (de) wrote: Good film, Nice plot and very different and very well done with some good deaths.
Greg W (au) wrote: gets a half star 4 the extra 8 minutes in this version