From Sydney with Love

From Sydney with Love

Film starring Bidita Bag, Ronjini Chakraborty and Sabyasachi Chakraborty

It was a dream come true for Meghaa Banerjee, a small town girl in West Bengal, India when she earned a scholarship from the prestigious University of New South Wales in Australia to pursue... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


From Sydney with Love torrent reviews

Dot L (it) wrote: Now that the weather is getting nice, please check for tick bites after being outside.

C b (gb) wrote: Michael Bay leaves other directors in his wake as he retains the coveted title of the best action/adventure director today. In the Island, Bay merges the styles of John Woo and Michael Mann to his own unique blend of direction and the cocktail is a success as he continues to strengthen his legacy.As odd as it is watching Ewan McGregor spew out an American accent, one can't help but admit they were wrong in assuming he had been miscast in this action caper. In fact, McGregor demonstrates his ever expanding range and leaves audiences more then satisfied with his performance as an action hero.The voluptuous Scarlett Johansson is not only a joy to gaze at but this pouty bombshell is a versatile talent to boot as her beauty is matched only by her ability. There is a natural and smooth chemistry between the two stars which is best illustrated in their first kiss which should snap up the MTV Movie Award for best kiss.Dijimon Hounsou and Sean Bean rounds out an eclectic more then capable cast which also has Steve Buscemi and a brief appearance by Michael Clark Duncan in tow. Bean convincingly portrays the role of the sinister Dr. Merrick who suffers from the ultimate God complex while Honsou is perfectly cast as the hunter who is responsible for chasing down the 'products'. Buscemi had the audience chuckling with his performance while the gigantic Duncan who was nominated for best supporting actor The Green Mile, is hardly used at all.The combination of an eclectic cast and vicious heart pumping action which leaves you gasping in awe as you jump back in your seat makes the Island a thoroughly enjoyable experience. This is what summer flicks are all about!

Steve G (fr) wrote: There's probably a reason why this has never made it to DVD. Joseph Conrad's original novel is a challenging, often ambiguous read, having much to do with contemporary Victorian society's uneasy relationship with the Third World. The film manages to convey some of the sweaty ambience of a steam boat journey up the Congo, but ultimately the budget production values and skeletal script do little to illuminate the essence of what Conrad was communicating to his audience. Tim Roth and John Malkovich do their best, but this is one is best left to fossilise on VHS. The horror!

melyne M (jp) wrote: One of Dewaere's last performances, but definitelt his best work. The story is gripping in the intensity of the plot...and Besse and Dewaere's electrifying chemistry. Incredibly captivating.

Jonathan M (mx) wrote: Sirk did better with Wyman and Hudson in "All That Heaven Allows," but this technicolor melodrama is still pretty great to watch. I'm not sure what it is, but there is a fine line that allows his over the top dramas to become this totally transcendent kitschy marvel.

Dion D (fr) wrote: It's a classic, even if it's goofy fun.