Ram comes from a poor family, and works as a labourer for a living. One day he comes across an old woman in distress, and decides to assist her. This old woman is dying and asks Ram to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ram comes from a poor family, and works as a labourer for a living. One day he comes across an old woman in distress, and decides to assist her. This old woman is dying and asks Ram to ...
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James R (fr) wrote: This one kinda grew on me. Director Terry Gilliam is a hit or miss for me a lot of times. He makes a lot of over the top movies that are just trippy. I'm a huge fan of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998), but a lot of his other movies just don't hit home with me. For every Fisher King (1991 and which is excellent) we get a few odd balls like The Zero Theorem, but that's not saying I wasn't entertained. Dubbed an "Orwellian Triptych" the third film in his dystopic future films starting with Brazil (1985), continuing with Twelve Monkeys (1995) and culminating with The Zero Theorem. Little quick note I wasn't a huge fan of Brazil or Twelve Monkeys yeah i know sue me. This film follows a computer genius named Qohen Leth (Christoph Waltz) who after missing a phone call he believes would tell him the purpose of his life begins to work from home. He is assigned The Zero Theorem which is an impossible task to discover the meaning of live by Management (Matt Damon). After working from home for a year he begins to go a bit crazy. Management sends him over a few people to help him out. The sultry Bainsley (Melanie Thierry) and Management's teenage son Bob (Lucas Hedges) who helps Qohen realize truly what he wants. It's an interesting film. Shot with a very Terry Gilliam flavor. It won't be for everyone right off the bat. It's strange and probably needs repeat viewings to really bring it all in. I liked the whole setting of being in a society where social media and electronics controls us. Qohen wants a phone call because he believes it'll help him find out his purpose and he doesn't want to be lonely anymore, yet he requests to work alone. When he does find love finally and realizes what desire is (not being another machine in society) he rejects it at first thinking it isn't the right thing to do. This is a film you can break down quite a bit with what it's real meaning can be. It has a quite opposite ending to the film compared to Brazil. and I would say as someone who didn't quite like those other two films this one worked better for me. It isn't perfect, but overall I enjoyed this one for what it represents.
Stuart K (es) wrote: Based upon the TV series The Thick of It, created by Armando Iannucci, who co-wrote and directed this film. The series satirised the inner-workings of the British government, for the film version, Iannucci and his team set their targets higher, and took on the dangerous world of Anglo-American politics, especially in the light of the War on Terror. It's a savage film, but there are good laughs to be had. There's unrest in the Middle East, and when new Minister for International Development Simon Foster (Tom Hollander) says on Radio 4 that war in the Middle East is "unforeseeable", Foster finds himself being read the riot act by spin doctor Malcolm Tucker (Peter Capaldi). However, Foster's comments make waves over in Washington, where US Assistant Secretary of State for Diplomacy Karen Clarke (Mimi Kennedy) and General George Miller (James Gandolfini) believe they could use Foster as a meat puppet to oppose the war, as America doesn't have enough troops. So Foster, his aide Toby Wright (Chris Addison) and Tucker head to America. Politics have changed a lot since the days of being satirised on Yes, Minister. Now, it's a cutthroat world, full of backstabbing and trivia and games being played out. It's a TV to film adaptation which works well, as the scope is widened and the targets are now on both sides of the Atlantic. It has some hilarious dialogue as well.
Kristie Y (ag) wrote: A must see for anyone who cares about truth in America
Fallon O (es) wrote: I enjoyed this movie! Made me smile & give me happy butterfly feelings in my stomach :) Pierce Brosnan is hot too!
Jennifer P (ru) wrote: haahaha vet inte om ja pallar sdana hr filmer. Fula gubbar, ganska roligt p Norska dock! :P Men animerade gubbar som knullar, en knslig brud som grte fr allt. Sprit drogade djur.. Jag kan INTE rekommendera denna film.. haha men ja borde f eloge, sg halva sen gav ja upp!
Rasmus M (ca) wrote: This documentary was a surprise - and what a good one. Touching, interesting, exotic, gritty. Up there with Buena Vista Social Club.
Mark D (kr) wrote: The words crazy spring to mind. A must see for anyone who's interested or enjoys Trek. An insightful look into fan culture and very eye opening.
Josh B (ca) wrote: Nice plot. Animation could have been a bit better though.
Mark N (br) wrote: Two stars well shy of the height of their careers in a banal plot that masquerades with a light morality tale. No surprises and scarcity of clever dialogue or scenes leave the who movie flat but still watchable
Robert B (it) wrote: i had it figured out at the beginning. im not gonna spoil it, but it is a good movie. It is a twisted tale.
Jesse O (br) wrote: This might not even be a horror movie, though it has some hints of suspenseful elements and what not, and Joe Dante has been known for his more offbeat efforts, but much like a lot of 80s horror films, there's a certain charm about it that makes this film an absolute blast to watch. I honestly have no idea what it was, but I just had a lot of fun watching this film. Perhaps it's the more nostalgic approach to filmmaking or how it embraced its sillier aspects. It could also be the fact that the film is actually, in spite of its critical reception on here, really damn good and entertaining. I just think the film does a good job at embracing the zanier aspects and satirizing suburbanites' sometimes intrusiveness upon the lives of others because, somehow, they're bored with their own. Of course, this being satire, it's done in a more exaggerated fashion, where the neighborhood, or most of it, think that the Klopeks, the strange new family, are involved in some pretty weird shit that the Ray, Art and Mark are determined to find out. I do like that the film exists in a plane of reality where almost anything is possible. Not that just anything/everything WILL happen, just the knowledge that it could. It just feels for surreal, yet at the end of the film reality pretty much comes crashing down on this little suburb and it's like a completely different movie for just a few minutes. I thought that was cool, because you think it's all fun and games with these three, but there's very real consequences to their actions. Well, there's very real consequences for like, maybe, 5 minutes. And this is the only part of the film that I didn't really like. The film spends its entire narrative suspecting the Klopeks of bloody murder, Ray, after getting himself almost killed due to being dragged into Art's paranoia, realizes that the Klopeks weren't the monsters, the neighborhood was. He goes on this impassioned speech explaining how everything they did was wrong and how the Klopeks just want to live their life their own way. After this, it turns out that the Klopeks pretty much did everything that was suspected of them, perhaps with the exception of the satanism. I just think it's a film that definitely preys on peoples' views of others different than them or who lead a different life to their own. It was surreal, then it was very real, when it felt like there were gonna be consequences, then it was back to surreal again. It's not like it's a big complaint, but it is one. It's just something that didn't really benefit the film in one way or another. With that said, I still enjoyed the hell out of the film. It is greatly cast. Tom Hanks is a really good comedic actor. This guy is great at everything he does, honestly. But Bruce Dern, Carrie Fisher and Rick Ducommun are all really good here. It's also a very funny film, perhaps not hilarious or anything, but there are some bits that were really good. It's definitely very well-written as well. Some minor complaints aside, I had a blast watching this film. It's just so much fun to watch. It's a film that I wish I had seen sooner. I'd definitely recommend it, it's pretty damn good.
Soraya (br) wrote: LOL did we watch this in yr 9?????
Tom H (ru) wrote: slow paced but exciting film. Gene Hackman gives a downplayed but memorable performance. this film could have easily been 30 minutes shorter. there is a lot of waiting which bugged me a little. other than that it is worth watching at least once.
Noname (us) wrote: Quite good comedy and there are many movies like this , school teenager flicks. So if u like those u might like this one.
David W (it) wrote: Too short, but worth watching