Gaja Gamini

Gaja Gamini

Gaja Gamini, the embodiment of the Indian spirit, inspires artists of all kinds, interacts with and influences the West, and exists through the ages.

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Daniel S (it) wrote: Worthy continuation of the satirical Australian television series. Struggling in an expanded format, this comedy wears thin before finding closure but falls short of becoming tiresome.

Jason W (de) wrote: Loved the dual worlds but a bit too antiquated for a best movie nomination.

William O (au) wrote: awesome wonder woman is fierce!

Ally r (br) wrote: Ehh... I love lucy hale but yet another teen movie :/

Ovi G (es) wrote: It's unbelieveable how little information is known regarding this film so lemme enlighten you. Imagine yourself an average high school teenager (again), with day to day problems, Peck is neither the nerd n'or the jock, i'm glad however that this film doesn't take sides like so many others. Now imagine doing something completely out of the ordinary to attract attention, attention you never had or to make a name for yourself, or one of the main reasons, to impress the opposite sex, nothing out of the ordinary about that, but what Peck does IS. I admit i rather enjoyed this slow chilling paced film, mostly watched it cuz i got me curious about the final outcome, the result of Peck's science project almost throughout the film...at the end being something completely random and weird. This is not a bad film, it is badly marketed and for some reason Keir Glichrist (Peck), here, reminds me of napoleon Dynamite. EnjoyPeace!

Marcus W (it) wrote: It's well made and well acted, but it doesn't start at the beginning of this story. Your enjoyment of the film will depend on your knowledge of Irish history.

Steve W (mx) wrote: This may be the blackest dark comedy I've ever seen. Chaplin only did a few talkies, but this one remains the one with the most social commentary with its dark hearted murder scenes and sociopath charms. Monsieur Verdoux is a man who marries single rich women, gets them take out their money, and makes them disappear. His crimes catch up to him, but all in a very standard and non-comedic way. In fact, the stand out scene has no laughs, but involves a down on her luck woman and some very dark intent. Despite having many themes, the movie gets very heavy handed in spots and the film's comedy suffers for it. It does have its moments, but unfocused Chaplin is still pretty good.

Orlok W (gb) wrote: You're A Better Man Than I Am, Gunga Din--Outstanding adventure comedy!!