A former theater owner and his crippled daughter live in poverty until a chance encounter with a young pickpocket brings romance for the petty criminal and daughter as well as a chance by the father to get back at the villainous new theater owner who ousted him from the business years before.
- Stars:Ashok Kumar, Mumtaz Shanti, Shah Nawaz, Moli, P.F. Pithawala, Chandraprabha, V.H. Desai, Kanu Roy, Jagannath Aurora, Prahlad, Haroon, Mubarak, Kamala Kumari, Mehmood,
- Director:Gyan Mukherjee,
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(us) wrote: This movie is high octane trash.
(de) wrote: Weird editing at the start, weird music throughout and i thought I'd lost my way 3/4 of the way through it, but it all came back together by the end. Really enjoyed it.
(au) wrote: Just good old fashioned Southern hospitality. Shoot em up fun from start to finish.
(ag) wrote: The Swell Season is an intimate and honest documentary about the band of the same name, aka the two people from the moving indie musical Once. It basically consists of their real life romance following that film and how in the end that didn't work out, although they remain friends and the band is still around. The other big aspect shows them trying to handle the overnight fame that came with their big Oscar win, one of the best and most pure Oscar moments in recent memory, and how neither of them particularly liked the extra spotlight, although Glen Hansard was more open and receptive than his partner, Marketa Irglova. There's also some interesting tidbits about their families, with some good individual moments between Hansard and his mom and dad, and obviously Hansard and Irglova have a simple, natural chemistry to them that keeps things watchable. As a stand-alone film, however, I'm not sure it quite works for someone who isn't already at least somewhat familiar with the duo, as there just isn't a ton to draw someone from the outside in. But for those who are fans of The Swell Season and Once, it makes for a neat complementary piece to their history and unique place in today's music scene.
(ru) wrote: SCOOBY-DOO AND THE GOBLIN KING (2008)
(gb) wrote: Will Smith shines as Hancock, a troubled superhero who doesn't remember who he is or where he came from. The execution is pretty good from all the other actors, but Hancock struggles to keep its pacing smooth and a few of its jokes fall on its face. Still a good one to watch to kill time.
(mx) wrote: Probably the worst of the series, but still quite good. When Nick gets pulled over for speeding (and Nora's comments about it), great stuff. It always makes me laugh in the last scene when Nora starts shouting wildly "Nicky look out!" Donna Reed isn't used much in this, and there are a couple scenes with "Little Nicky" (unfortunately). Asta is in it quite a bit without really being as annoying as normal.
(mx) wrote: For all its technical subtlety, this is a film with zero human subtlety. Everything is shoved - ever so gently - in your face to make sure that you no chance to have (God forbid) your own ideas and interpretation. You will feel the love and the heartbreak, but it feels planned and calculated to within an inch of insulting.
(nl) wrote: i was hoping for more. a lot more. but Pearce and Miller do a good job. i just wish their efforts were in a better film.