Ju Dou

Ju Dou

A woman married to the brutal and infertile owner of a dye mill in rural China conceives a boy with her husband's nephew but is forced to raise her son as her husband's heir without revealing his parentage in this circular tragedy. Filmed in glowing technicolour, this tale of romantic and familial love in the face of unbreakable tradition is more universal than its setting.

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Richard A (br) wrote: A very nice story. Entertaining for kids and adults.

Jamie C (ca) wrote: Didn't really think allot to it really, I didn't really laugh and I found myself fading in and out allot.

Gabriel C (jp) wrote: Batman and Superman. Freddy and Jason. Alien and Predator. Anything would be better than this movie.

Mahesh P (fr) wrote: Madhur Bhandarkar's best movie by far. He was able to keep the storyline engaging throughout without even a few major twists, as the script stayed pretty much the same throughout and was well balanced. Kareena really lived this part and performed brilliantly. She was perfectly cast for this part. Arjun Rampal also acted extremely well but he didn't have too big of a part. This movie should definitely have been more music-based though, as that could have added an extra element and dimension to the narrative.

Daniel S (it) wrote: I was curious to see this, two great horror directors joining together for one movie, it goes for a more jokey fun vibe, kinda like creepshow, it's uneven, the first segment is pretty good, the second is silly, with some laughably bad effects, the last one is ok, i admit i did like seeing many horror directors and old actors make cameos, fans of horror will likely appreciate it

Juliano R (fr) wrote: It reminds me a lot of H.G. Lewis "Wizard of Gore" but instead of magics that have as special effects actually people being killed in front of a crowd, now we have S&M and torture, lots of torture. It is a classic example of a exploitation movie, very poorly made, but there is the fun. You won't find a coherent plot or outstanding performances, but the horror movies fans will love it.

Amy R (ru) wrote: As someone with a mild aversion to rats, especially big ones, I found this a bit hard to watch in places. But Crispin Glover is awesome as always, and the rodent actors were *really* impressive -- no cgi here! I think I prefer the original ending, though.

Gregory D (de) wrote: I was very excited to see this film, a neo-Beauty and the Beast sounds intriguing. Unfortunately with high expectations comes greater pressure to succeed. And this film goes down as one of my most disappointing films of all time. The acting seems more suited for a teenage television show. There were several unbelievable scenes involving a character standing unnoticed only a few steps away from another individual. The plotline involving Lindy being forced into staying with the "Beast" was was not convincing; the character of her father in particular was not well thought out. Finally Ive heard multiple people point out how cool the main character looked after he turned 'ugly'. In fact, Ive seen quite a lot of people that intentionally give themselves a similiar look! Neil Patrick Harris was wonderful and is actually a bright spot in the movie. When the movie was over the basic theme that was left was not 'beauty within' but more like 'it doesnt matter how ugly you become as long as you have money...'

Mark C (it) wrote: I wanted to read the book before I saw this movie, so missed it at the cinema. Apart from John Cleese, the cast is unknown out of South Africa (where it's set and made). Spud is the story of the experience of a 15 year old boy who wins a scholarship to an exclusive all boys school. Just like the book, the movie was funny, emotional, sad and insightful. The cast were superb and the cinematography quite splendid. My wife, who hadn't read the book, enjoyed it as much as I did. Recommended!