Jhuk Gaya Aasman
Sanjay is in love with Priya). They are painting rosy dreams of their life as husband & wife, until Priya learns that her father has been arrested. The duo decide that they will get married after Priya is able to bail out her father. Sanjay is happy, but destiny has other plans: Sanjay dies in a car crash. But after he is escorted by an angel (David) to heaven, he learns that his death was a mistake.
- Stars:Rajendra Kumar, Saira Banu, Rajendra Nath, Prem Chopra, Parveen Choudhary, David Abraham, Gajanan Jagirdar, Randhir, Madhumati, Durga Khote, Hari Shivdasani, Krishan Dhawan, Brahm Bhardwaj, Ram Avtar, Ruby Mayer,
- Director:Lekh Tandon,
- Writer:Prayag Raj (dialogue), Omkar Sahib (screenplay), Omkar Sahib (story)
Sanjay lives a poor lifestyle in Darjeeling and makes a living as a Tourist Guide. He meets with Calcutta-based Priya Khanna, and both fall in love. When she receives word that her dad has ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ag) wrote: A good redemption story... it was slow, not many action sequences but the fighting seemed real! I liked how they showed the backstory we kept jumping back and forth in time till he completed his sentence and I liked the poem :) Spencer Lofranco was good and it was great seeing AHS star Taissa Farmiga <3 it was good to give it a 6/10
(fr) wrote: hasn't Drew Barrymore died yet? I thought she would have been shot after making CHarlies angels 87
(au) wrote: Guy Maddin's early, bizarre maudlin romance concerns a man who's promised his heart to a fleeting love, banged a pregnant wife of an absent fisherman, and now has to content for the heart of the former with a mad scientist while staving off the latter's advances. Oh, and Shelly Duvall figures in this as the guy's sister who's engaged in a land battle with a crusty old tenant ostrich farmer. All of this is shot in closed sets full of greenery, orange-pink lighting, bogs, and a giant statue of Venus. At times, the plot itself and the rather uninteresting leads can make it a chore to sit through, but certain moments really work, one late in the game involving the Venus statue is actually quite moving. *** out've *****
(ag) wrote: i love me some michael j fox... lol
(ca) wrote: Its easy now to perhaps mock singers who act but back in the day some of them could actually master it even if the film was a little stilted in parts.Frank Sinatra was of course the greatest voice of his genration,but beneath all the Rat Pack bluster he could play mean pretty well.Here he plays the Dectective of the title Joe Leland who is assingned to a murder case which is fairly nasty and his Captain wants solved within 48 hours.Despite being a crack cop Lelands home life is a mess as his wife played by Lee Remick is a nymphomaniac who is aloof to Lelands gritty world.Leland semmingly cracks the case but something comes alomg which throws his whole life into peril and forces him to quetion who to trust.Sinatra is pretty darn good here and director Gordon Douglas rounds out his cast with support from Ralph Meeker and Jack Klugman as fellow cops .Some parts of the film do feel dated and the plot does tend to have some lulls in the proccedings,but that aside its a solid Police thriller
(de) wrote: Tons of fun. A big old g'day to mister Hitchcock from all the folks down under. I really dig Stacey Keach and this is such a good performance from him (Ben put it really well re-porkchop express). Seriously though a well crafted thriller that really keeps you invested from start to finish.
(au) wrote: Overall a good movie. But I have noo idea how to classify it or think about it. A completely different movie than what I've usually seen. I guess that is why it appealed to me.
(de) wrote: The movie starts of as a delicious black comedy, and as the story unravels, it becomes more and more of a noir thriller that has plenty of plot twists to keep the viewer glued to the screen. Excellent performances make the "who's manipulating who" scenario work flawlessly. Despite being made in late 60's and pre-dating many similarly themed movies, it doesn't feel old or dated.
(ag) wrote: My all-time favorite Christmas movie. Everything you want in a holiday film.
(br) wrote: That Awkward Moment(2014)Starring: Zac Efron, Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Imogen Poots, Mackenzie Davis, Jessica Lucas, Addison Timlin, Josh Pais, Evelina Turen, Tina Benko, Joseph Adams, Eugenia Kuzmina, Emily Meade, and Alysia ReinerDirected By: Tom GormicanReviewWHEN YOU REALIZE GETTING SOME MEANS WANTING MOREYou know judging by the film's title I knew I wouldn't like this too much,but it does have its moments of unique laughter. I just find it difficult to talk about comedies the more I review them.The film is about Three best friends find themselves where we've all been - at that confusing moment in every dating relationship when you have to decide "So...where is this going?The story does sound a little interesting,but is plagued with stupidity,they make this lame bet that they would all stay single and well who's stupid enough to bet on something like that? If it were girls I'd understand but a guy, no just no.The performances are very good from Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan and Imogen Poots, as for Zac Efron not so much this time around, which is disappointing cause he is an actor I have liked in the past he just has a bad reputation due to those awful High School Musical movies.The Direction in this film by Tom Gormican is actually pretty good, he does get good performances are nice and the shots of the sets are actually pretty nice.All of the elements of a good film are not present, the film does suffer a lot from bad writing, but it does manage to pull out some good performances. I give That Awkward Moment a two out of five.
(de) wrote: Wot a crock of shit only watched 8mins and couldn't stand it any longer!!!
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(us) wrote: Impressively insightful doc about political strategy and its consequences.