Jalpari: The Desert Mermaid

Jalpari: The Desert Mermaid

Where would you be if your mother was not allowed to be born?

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:94 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
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Nilufer R (jp) wrote: Lol wut? This was a beautifully told weird movie with superb acting. Some parts were really funny and the dialogs were smart but some parts were unnecessarily vulgar.

Campbell P (br) wrote: Funny short film that might've reached the heights of the movie if it was longer actually. B+

Katelin W (au) wrote: Fun! Recommended to those who like Shawn of the Dead.

Kris L (jp) wrote: Decent film. Moderate acting and a fair amount of funny jokes. Not a waste of time but not a must see by any means.

Michael K (fr) wrote: Just saw this (1/11/16) finding it in the library and being impressed with the cast. I never heard of it and wondered why as I am an avid movie follower. I gave it 4 stars due to the ingenious interweaving plot construction and depth of acting of all involved. I thought it might be new and was shocked that it was made 8 years ago when I researched it on Rotten Tomatoes! Perhaps it was before its time as Iappreciated the portrayal of social conscience and the lack thereof.

Dyron W (jp) wrote: Loose yet funny entry in the franchise.

Gene R (nl) wrote: Best Peter Pan film ever

Joseph B (br) wrote: This "movie" was horrible.

Oscar H (nl) wrote: Lt er inte luras (som jag gjorde) av den utskta titeln och den frestande planschen: det hr r trg, seg och intetsgande smrja. Frnsett ett par trevliga motorcykelscener i slutet och hjltenamnet Ace Hunter r det omjligt att f ngot slags behllning frn det hr filmdebaclet.

Tom S (au) wrote: Merely a vehicle for Woody Allen to walk around being funny. Nothing wrong with that.

Kevin W (fr) wrote: Ray regarded it as his finest film. Who am I to argue? A complicated love triangle where each character is shown to you in the most subtle and sympathetic fashion, where a husband's myopic neglect of his wife causes emotional turmoil that never he, nor his potential rival could anticipate, yet Ray blames no-one. The tone is perfect, never exaggerated for effect. It's about lives going in unforeseen directions that no-one can help, nor prevent, and Ray handles it wonderfully.

Bill F (us) wrote: Lover doll is tempted but emerges OK.

Lanning (ag) wrote: Truly some of the most beautiful and most sophisticated music to come out of Broadway. If you like musicals and haven't seen this yet. you must.If I loved youTime and again I would try to say All I'd want you to know. If I loved you Words wouldn't come in an easy way Round in circles I'd go. Longin' to tell you, but afraid and shy I'd let my golden chances pass me by. Soon you'd leave me Off you would go in the mist of day Never, never to know How I loved you . . . If I loved you. One of the greatest love songs to come out of musical theater. Gordon MacRae and Shirley Jones: A Hollywood musical match made in heaven. I wonder if Jones might have broken a few hearts in high school . . . Carousel's story is different from most Hollywood musicals in several ways, the most significant of which is that true love is won right at the beginning, then is tragically squandered by Billy Bigelow, although not ultimately lost. Besides such memorable numbers as the "Carousel Waltz" theme itself and "You'll Never Walk Alone"--the ultiimate graduation song--, one of my all-time favorites is "When (the) Children Are Asleep," the beautiful duet, shared by Carrie and Mr. Snow on the way to the clambake, in which they dream of their married future together: When the children are asleep we'll sit and dream The things that every other dad and mother dream. When the children are asleep and lights are low If I still love you the way I love you today You'll pardon my sayin' I told you so. When the children are asleep, I'll dream with you. We'll think what fun we have had and be glad that it all came true.

Matthew D (br) wrote: Iron Man is best when it strays away from the genre formula; such as taking a bad guy (or at least indifferent guy) and making him care, but without any of the angst or melodrama that often plagues the genre, and the reverse-gender taming of the shrew by Paltrow's long-suffering love interest. Sadly these strong characters are contrasted by a cackling, cartoon of an antagonist. The combination results in a highly entertaining first two-thirds, things fall apart by the third act, when the villainous plot comes to the fore and things become by-the-numbers, hammy and lacking in suspense.

Kaitlyn J (ag) wrote: Another stupid horror movie with the view point of someone using a camera. Get away from doing that.