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Bill R (de) wrote: a nicely done movie showing a different side of the 1960s. everyone does a great job acting, Howard especially, I just hated her character but it was for good reasons. Davis was also a stand out performance in the all star cast. the only issue was, I felt it was a bit on the lengthy side. sure everything shown was important but when the last act hit I was almost ready for it to be done. aside from that, it was a good movie.
Adil S (br) wrote: Lots of people has seen the movie ?Omkara? and liked it. One thing many people don?t know is that the director of Omkara, Vishal Bharadwaj, has also made a very good movie before Omkara which was Maqbool from 2004. Maqbool has a cast which isn?t so huge so the movie got unnoticed among public. Despite this, Maqbool is a classical piece of product from Bollywood. The story is actually inspired from one of William Shakespeare?s works, which also was case for Omkara. The movie is set in gangster/under world in Mumbai, which is nothing new in itself. The movie is actually different from many other under world movie, and focuses extensively on characters. The screenplay was also very good and the climax was beautifully executed. Irfan Khan, Tabu and father of well known Shahid Kapoor; Pankaj Kapoor have all done a good job in the movie and portrayed powerful roles. The chemistry between Naseeruddin Shah and Om Puri creates comic atmosphere.
Masnoraffis M (ag) wrote: a musical! with drag queens! haha... well, sort of. anyway, a very camp movie that was hilariously good. nia vardalos and toni collette were great in their roles.
Kirsten M (mx) wrote: Sean Penn is amazing once again. Funny shit.
Viji L (fr) wrote: my favourite film......
Roland S (jp) wrote: I wrote a fairly detailed review and I'm sure I hit post but somehow between facebook and flixter, they lost it.So Basically (with a straight face), you'll enjoy this film more if you watch it again ...but you wouldnt want to.There are 3 major twists ...1 of which is brilliant, the second is predictable but ok, the thrird is meant to be the badabing of the movie but by that time you've spent too much time trying to keep up with who is who and who said what that you dont care anymore ...which is a shame because that bit explains all the stuff that's been going on ...or does it?
Simon Spahn K (ag) wrote: Bedste Spielberg film.
Jordan P (nl) wrote: The movie does not drive an powerful enough storyline to be memorable, but the power behind the Judi Dench acting could blow a whole in any other royal performance, what a portrayal of Elizabeth I! Outstanding!