Krishna Bhakt Sudaama

Krishna Bhakt Sudaama

Chronicling the challenges faced by Sudaama - the childhood friend of Bhagwan Shri Kishan.

Chronicling the challenges faced by Sudaama - the childhood friend of Bhagwan Shri Kishan. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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James B (de) wrote: Very revealing movie about how George Bush destroyed Michael Dukakis.

Maria Z (de) wrote: Some books should NEVER be adopted...

Stacey R (br) wrote: Drew Barrymore should of came back into the sequel, it would of been better, also the effects in this movie should of been done better..

Paul D (es) wrote: Interesting story of two Czech pilots stationed in an idillic England during the war, although it uses a well worn plot of them both falling for the same women and the tension that follows. The director felt the need to insert some post-war scenes of one of the men, shot in total contrast to those in Britain, which although makes a statement about their treatment under the communists is somewhat out of context with the main part.

Michael F (nl) wrote: anyone who can ski down an a frozen water fall and stay in one piece has got my vote

Peter D (ca) wrote: I will see any movie Alan Thicke is in.

Craig M (gb) wrote: FURY ROAD is still my favorite, but conceptually/ visually, this is a pretty darn good. There is significant drag after Max leaves Bartertown, but Tina Turner is delightfully campy as Aunty. When she re-enters the picture, things pick up again.

Vera V (br) wrote: This is a movie I will watch several times over ... I admire Tess for doing that which she felt she needed to do for her family ... for following her heart.

Gregory W (ru) wrote: pretty funny with george burns your always garenteed a good time.

Felix B (it) wrote: It is random and somewhat disorganized - but this is Monty Python. It is amazingly hilarious, and despite the aforementioned randomness, it kind of makes sense.

Grant S (mx) wrote: Pretty feeble attempt. Is a made-for-TV movie, and definitely feels like it.