Gora and Mahim were two sons of Krishna Dayal Babu. From childhood, Bijay and Gora were friends. Through an accident, Bijay was introduced to Paresh Babu's family. Paresh was a Bramhin. So Gora did not like Bijay's visit to that house. Gora's mother was very anxious about Gora's Hindusim. Krishna Dayal was also very annoyed being an orthodox Hindu. As per his father's request, Gora went to Paresh Babu's house. Paresh babu's wife Bhadra Sundari was not happy seeing Gora there. But Gora had a real conflict with Haran Babu. The marriage of Haran Babu and Suchitra was almost fixed. The reason of the conflict was that, Haran Babu always thought of himself to be a social reformer and saviour of Brahma religion.
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Gora torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Excellent and revealing story about NASA's blatant cover up, resulting in the deaths of the Challenger astronauts
(jp) wrote: This is what Mel dOes best. GOOd mOvie!!
(gb) wrote: Race to Witch Mountain is action-packed and adventurous. This movies plot is brilliant. Disney has brought us another great movie. I would very much suggest this movie.
(it) wrote: What amazes me about this movie is that despite the fact it folows a tragic story of a woman basically randomly chosen to die, people at the theater, myself included, couldn't stop laughing at times. The confusion was depicted in such a genious way, that it seem both impossible and probable. Definitely worth seeing!
(gb) wrote: Patrocinada por BMW? Hay demasiados elementos decorativos forzados pero la historia es original y resulta.
(au) wrote: I liked this movie a lot. It was fun. Think: Buffy meets Slither. 3 1/2 stars.
(mx) wrote: Very talented cast. Witty. Clever. Very well done....
(it) wrote: a micro budget masterpiece
(es) wrote: Typical action movie about ruthless cop (Thomas Ian Griffith) who goes after mobsters and corrupt cops. Action scenes were nice, but the story was too predictable. Lance Henriksen was excellent as usual as the main bad guy. James Earl Jones gave some class to this film as the bartender friend and Charlotte Lewis was completely wasted as the girlfriend.
(au) wrote: I imagine if I went and looked up "vanity project" on the internet the first link would be Under the Cherry Moon. I mean Prince created a film that he stars in, performs the music for, and directs. In it he plays an allegedly talented and handsome man who every single character seems to be attracted to except for old men. So he's successful in life and love and yet he also is the rough guy from the other side of the tracks who can get offended when a rich girl isn't instantly in love with him? Yes, he allows himself to have it both ways in this film. He even manages to find a script that gives him hundreds of extremely awful kisses with Kristin Scott Thomas. I have never squirmed in my seat so much from watching 2 people kiss. Thomas could not look less attracted to Prince. In fact, the story might have worked better if Jerome Benton played the love interest because those 2 guys had better chemistry than Kristin Scott Thomas had with anyone in this movie. I've never seen an actress stick out so awkwardly and give me that feeling that she just didn't want to be there as much as KST in this film. I'm not going to waste time detailing all the many failures in Under the Cherry Moon, because they are too countless to name. There is no good acting, no good dialogue, the music doesn't fit the scenes, the comedy is a failure, and they even filmed it in pretentious black-and-white as if it was attempting some old Hollywood vibe. The only redeeming quality is that there were a couple of moments where I laughed at how awful the film was, but unintentional comedy doesn't win any points from me and didn't stop me from wanting to turn the movie off more than once. Under the Cherry Moon is possibly the worst movie I've ever seen.
(au) wrote: I've been all hot for documentaries lately so I really wanted to check this one out, being as it focused on Jack Kerouac, a favourite writer of mine and a leader of the storied Beat generation in America during the 40s and 50s. The film alternates between interviews with the people (mostly other writers of the same generation) who knew him best including Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, and William S. Burroughs, it also operates with still photographs and some film footage, and (thankfully) represents well Jack's actual writing by including several recordings of him reading passages of prose and poetry, set to various images indicative of his middle-class American background. What Happened to Kerouac isn't an exceptionally well-made documentary, but it is effective in what it tries to do and respectful to its subject. The interviews are all insightful and the accounts they give of living with Jack are often very entertaining. It's great to hear the recordings included - Kerouac's writing an undeniably rhythmic, free-flowing nature that comes across in his jazzy, energetic reading of it. This is a documentary anyone should see who is a fan or has read any of Kerouac's work, or is interested the Beat generation (and how can one not be, really?), but there's not much here for anyone else.
(jp) wrote: This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks. To bad.
(ru) wrote: A pretty decent 70s Hammer horror. At first you think it purely exists to exploit twin Playboy bunnies Mary and Madeleine Collinson's heaving bosoms and kinky vampire shenanigans. However it seems to have been made as a vampire film first, with only a handful of softcore moments. Peter Cushing and Damien Thomas are also twinned as a puritanical witchhunter and a decadent satan worshipping playboy with both as bad as each other. It's definitely worth a look for Hammer horror fans as it delivers the formula pretty well.
(es) wrote: I'd like to make you notice the US version (Black Sunday) is tremendously censored (3 minutes; faces being peeled, blood coming out of the hammered face, etc.) and even the plot is censored (the lovers were brothers in the original).This must have been and absolutely shocking movie back in 1960, and it surprised me pleasantly when I watched it.
(ag) wrote: + Vin Diesel- Terrible Acting, Bad Action Sciences
(es) wrote: Stupid vampire flick. This film is an insult to the genre.