Hare Kanch Ki Chooriyan

Hare Kanch Ki Chooriyan

Mohini Saxena is the only child in the Saxena household, which consists of her Professor dad, Kishanlal, and bed-ridden, ailing mom. She is a medical student, quite free-willed, and ...

Mohini Saxena is the only child in the Saxena household, which consists of her Professor dad, Kishanlal, and bed-ridden, ailing mom. She is a medical student, quite free-willed, and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Hare Kanch Ki Chooriyan torrent reviews

Heather M (us) wrote: A very sweet, holiday movie.

Gavin M (ru) wrote: Not a very good movie, but I liked it when I was a kid. And I still enjoy it today.

Private U (kr) wrote: Horrible for so many reasons.

Spookie M (jp) wrote: Pretty dull trash movie by Abel Ferrara . Performances and dialogue are laughable. Good use of 42nd street NY locations.

Aj V (es) wrote: A silly romance story built around a star showcase. Typical for the forties. It's okay.

camilla m (ru) wrote: the most interesting

Phenyeia O (gb) wrote: Outstanding movie John Wayne is my family favorite actor

Joe T (mx) wrote: MAYBE but for the peripheral nonsense it MIGHT have been alright.

Ben W (us) wrote: This Was one of the best films growing up

John S (ag) wrote: Would very much like to see this movie, especially since it's based on true events that have happened!

Harry W (nl) wrote: Serving as a critically acclaimed animated horror film, Monster House sounded like a strong blend of childish and dark themes.In short, Monster House delivered what it promised. I remember first seeing Monster House at the cinema as a 10 year old child with friends as the first movie I saw without adult supervision. I wasn't scared, but I enjoyed the thrill ride. That precise notion repeated itself for many years until this one, so I can say for sure that Monster House is a film with strong replay value. This is simply because it works as an effective horror comedy. When I say that, I mean in a different fashion to more conventional horror comedies. The premise itself is very horror based and the film is intense, but the juvenile nature of the pre-pubescent characters is what makes it funny. As a horror film, Monster House works really well. Like many horror films it has a rather conventional story in the way it intentionally adheres to haunted house tropes which can leave it as simplistic at times as well as the fact that it is more about style than substance, but it finds innovations as an animated feature. Fans of horror cinema are likely to enjoy Monster House because it serves as a throwback to many great haunted house films, yet at the same time it will surprise then with the way that it explores it in a visual medium. The horror in Monster House comes predominantly from the imagery, but at the same time it is a very atmospheric feature. The concept of a haunted house which is actually conscious is not the most predictable narrative path, and so as a result there are many creative ways to explore this in a visual medium such as having the carpet be the house's tongue and the chandelier being the house's uvula. All this is built on excellent quality animation, and it is great to see animated films pushing the boundaries on genre in such a creative format. The animation in Monster House is very detailed, but not to the point that it defies the family friendly nature of the feature as an animated piece. The characters all maintain good designs and the setting is colourful, but most of the time the visual nature of the feature emphasises the dark mood of the horror film through manipulation of shadow and dark colours. As well as that, the imagery is just genuinely scary. The more you see of the titular monster house in its physical form and movements, the scarier it becomes. The film steadily shows more and more until it builds up to the extended horror climax which raises the scale of the film very well. But Monster House is not just a surface value film because it balances visuals with audio and a proper sense of narrative. The musical score of Monster House is intense and atmospheric in the best sense of the word, and it always matches the mood of the story. Monster House makes an effort to be more than just a shallow horror film, and though it's attempts at depth do still follow conventions, they at least make the story more meaningful. The narrative gives viewers an alternative perspective on the angry old crank stereotype and giving him a sense of development through his developing relationship with protagonist DJ Waters. The characters in the story are all great. In terms of comedy, Monster House manages to build its laughter off of the juvenile nature of the characters as well as the fact that they have been thrown into a strange horror themed situation full of unexpected twists and turns. The general situation of young children hunting a demonic house is one which is easily able to appeal to the younger viewers of Monster House, but the natur of the visual gags and the characters keeps things funny on a different level. A lot of the appeal came from the voice work because the script itself is funny with a lot of the childish dialect in the narrative and then the way that the actors deliver it proves to be effective. The main source of comic relief comes from the character Charles "Chowder" as he is the idiodic character of the story who maintains a sense of dumb pride through all the situations and is also the butt of many visual gags as he gets knocked around a lot, partially because of his weight. Either way, Charles "Chowder" is a great character for the story because he is the cheesy hero that it needs to grasp the comedic edge, and the work of Sam Lerner in the role is great because he captures an over the top sense of charisma with a voice which is just about to break, ideal for the character. Steve Buscemi is the other great member of the voice cast in Monster House. In the role of Horace Nebbercracker, Steve Buscemi's naturally gritty voice is milked for dramatic effect very well during some of the more intense scenes. But as the story gets on, we hear him tone it down and strip it to the core of his character so that he can capture the emotional drama of the role. He achieves that with a very touching tone of voice which perfectly matches his character, exploring just how well Steve Buscemi can do in something as simple as a voice role.Jason Lee has some good moments in the film as the strangely gothic Bones, as does Jon Heder's cameo as the video games obsessed Reginald "Skull" Skullinski. Kevin James and Nick Cannon also make an effective duo with some brief moments of humour.So Monster House does have a rather simplistic and somewhat predictable narrative, but with excellent animation it achieves a powerful and atmospheric visual experience which balances effective and intense horror concepts with plenty of child-friendly comedy, rendering it a family friendly and effective balance of the two genres.

Sal W (ag) wrote: I can't believe that in the year 2016 that this movies isn't on Blu-ray.