Retired Judge Shyamlal Kumar lives in a palatial home with his wife and only son, Arvind, who is now studying law and is on his way to become a lawyer, and after that a judge just like his dad. Arvind meets with beautiful Asha Shastri, both fall in love and would like to get married. Asha introduces Arvind to her astrologer dad, Chintamani, who instantly approves of Arvind; while both Shyamlal and his wife give their blessings and approval to Asha. But when Chintamani, whose predictions always prove to be accurate, sees a dark future for the young couple, withdraws his blessings and asks them not to marry each other. Spooked by this, Shyamlal and his wife also ask Arvind to marry someone else. But both Arvind and Asha believe that nothing bad will befall them, and they start living together without getting married. This raises ire in their conservative community and both are blacklisted.
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stefano l (de) wrote: Juliane Assange is showed more or less as Mark Zuckerberg in "The Social Network", that is not very well, to use an euphemism. The movie may be realistic and well done, but in the end it's not very entertaining and results a bit boring.
RajanSatish P (us) wrote: the movie begins with a suicide and ends with a suicide and the viewers do not see any reason to watch the movie ....pure work of disappointment
Allan C (nl) wrote: S'okay. Very mid-European with all that dark-but-zany humour. Nice air of dingy misanthropy.But what I want to know ... was Bulcsu the murderer on the metro? I reckon he was and that the bear-girl is a ghost too.
SarahJean B (jp) wrote: this movie was bitter sweet Touching! I would recomend it, but get some tissue!
Luis G (gb) wrote: Yes, totally my king of movie, an indie with no apparent script, and a ton of actors, all small parts.
Rebecca W (ca) wrote: this film is bad but madonna is in it so i dont .care
Lita T (es) wrote: This is a bold film depicting the mysterious relationship between Lewis Carroll and Alice Lidell (who inspired Alice in Wonderland). It is based on the historical event of Mrs. Alice Hargreeves (the elderly Alice Lidell) arriving for the first time on American soil to receive an honorary degree from Columbia University for the centenary of Rev. Dodgeson's (Lewis Carroll) birth. She confronts the suppressed memories of her strange childhood with Carroll through somewhat disturbing and nightmarish sequences with the help of Jim Henson's Creature Shop. It is by no means a light-hearted children's story with cute characters. It is also a film that could not be made today because of the subtle tones of pedophilia. Can you decide... was Carroll a perv or a loving friend? Maybe it isn't up to you.
Felipe F (ca) wrote: Midnight Cowboy is grim albeit bold depiction of marginalized citizens trying to make a living - featuring striking performances from Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman.
Brandon W (ru) wrote: It's been a while, but I finally got around to watching '8 Mile' and... it's not bad. Eminem is actually a really good actor and he has great chemistry with his squad. The rapping is also fantastic. I'm starting to learn that I can't stand most of the rap music that is burning up the charts now. Fetty Wap, Drake, Meek Mill, all those guys. But I enjoy rap when characters do it in a movie. 'Straight Outta Compton', '8 Mile' and even in scenes like the printer destruction scene in 'Office Space'. The one thing I didn't care for was the romantic lead. I can't even tell you her name. Anyways, I'm glad I finally saw this film and it made me realize... "Wow is, 'Lose Yourself' a great song!"
Corrina C (us) wrote: funny film lil bro loves it
B H (it) wrote: Anyone want to see Icelandic hipster movies that have a shit harmonica organ play throughout the movie nonstop. I hate your entire country Iceland because of this movie.
Erin D (fr) wrote: We really enjoyed watching this movie as a family.
Vincent P (ru) wrote: Kind of lacking sequel but the madcap insanity of the first is still present.