"A sublime symbiosis of fable and nonfiction, India Matri Bhumi simply and poetically interrelates humans and animals, city and village, and society and nature over four separate stories. This visionary work is especially striking in the way its objective and subjective narrators merge into one another, reflecting not only the idea of reincarnation, but also the greater unity to which all of them belong." - Jonathan Rosenbaum . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Vasco M (it) wrote: I found this movie to be a step-down for the Justice League and DC movies as a whole. The animation and design feel like a departure from the great style that has been DC's trademark for a while now, and the villains and plot feel like a retread of old tropes and schemes, not to mention the some lack of logic that is pretty glaring even when it comes to comic book movies. This is an okay affair but there are better alternatives.
Marc L (ru) wrote: Apres le thriller policier francais a l'americaine ("A bout portant"), voici "La chance de ma vie", la comedie romantique francaise comme on les fait a Hollywood, avec tout ce que cela implique d'astuces de mise en scene aujourd'hui eculees (les flashbacks, la voix off,...) pour faire oublier la tres lourde codification du genre. Avec son postulat de depart faussement original (le mec qui porte la poisse), son humour depourvu de cynisme et son romantisme fleur-bleue etale a la pelle a tarte, "La chance de ma vie" a bien appris ses lecons . Gentillet, globalement plus maladroit que ses modeles avoues, le film se rattrape par son duo d'acteurs attachants (Francois-Xavier Demaison et Virginie Efira), lui tres l'aise dans un creneau aussi inoffensif, elle fraiche et candide comme l'exige la "Katherine Heigl Touch". La mauvaise nouvelle est que si le succes est au rendez-vous, cela devrait susciter une avalanche de copies plus ou moins conformes et de moins en moins attrayantes dans les annees a venir.
Heather G (es) wrote: If you think old ladies are awesome, this is the movie for you!
Jon S (kr) wrote: A fun flick, but nothing special
Benjamin W (es) wrote: Dutcher once again misrepresents several aspects of LDS missionary life, but the overall story and message is immensely powerful. Heartbreaking, yet still manages to be hopeful.
James H (fr) wrote: 3.5/10. Poor excuse of a comedy, very strained with unfunny scenarios, the acting isn't very natural and to top it off it is slow moving. Forget this one. The plot involves a young small town Iowa couple going to New York City hoping for stardom on Broadway. They try to bamboozle their way into acquiring her Aunt's rent control apartment after she dies...
Samir S (ag) wrote: Moody, Cold and Lyrical...
Frances H (nl) wrote: Hilariously funny because it wasn't meant to be. The acting, dubbing and editing make this an ideal candidate for the old Mystery Science Theater 3000 treatment. My God! It's all here plot wise, too--a Dragon Lady looking for the glass ceiling in the male chauvinistic mob, a speed boat race straight out of an old James Bond movie, the death of the mama elephant from Dumbo, one martial arts guy taking on innumerable attacks a la an old Bruce Lee flick, the kind of dubbed voices and dialogue straight from an old Japanese Godzilla movie from the 50s, and a Mr. Clean in black flinging a baby elephant around. And wasn't it amazing that with that scarf around his neck (what is he--cold in the jungle and Australia?), he never gets strangled by his myriad assailants. And lets not forget the sex trafficking, the girl in the hot tub causing the police commissioner a heart attack with her sexy lathering, and the bored rich people who entertain themselves eating endangered animals. The only thing not thrown into the mix is the kitchen sink. And then they made a sequel that is actually worse? I guess so much fighting with so little plot gets even more boring the second time around. Still, it's so bad that it's funny the first time.
Erin P (ru) wrote: I saw this movie for the first time at a Japanese film festival in college and I loved it immediatly. The crowd was rolling with laughter almost the whole time. Aside from it being a barrel of laughs, I really like the understated relationships between the characters. We only get a little, one night glimpse of them but I find them intersting none the less.
Rupa B (nl) wrote: Recommended for those who like time pieces or period dramas.
Christina A (gb) wrote: Can't sleep....flipping thru channels and found this all time fav. Another one of Brad Pitt's great performances.