Amar lives a poor lifestyle with his widowed mom in India, he is unemployed, does not make enough effort to find a job, and spends most of his time with his sweetheart, Rinku Dayal. When ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Amar lives a poor lifestyle with his widowed mom in India, he is unemployed, does not make enough effort to find a job, and spends most of his time with his sweetheart, Rinku Dayal. When ...
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Tim S (mx) wrote: Puppet Master: Axis of Evil is the ninth entry in the long-running direct-to-video franchise that pits killer wooden puppets again a variety of different enemies. The series has been set mostly in the past, during World War II especially, but also takes ventures into modern times sometimes. And it's a series that just needs to end, or be remade by a major Hollywood studio (which I'd actually prefer at this point). This is probably the most boring entry into the franchise. The acting, dialogue and suspense are all terrible and, yet again, the puppets are the good guys and the Nazis are the bad guys, which goes against the idea of creepy killer puppets stalking victims and killing them. There's a little bit more production value than the previous sequels and they re-used the opening of the original film in a slightly clever way, but it's all overridden by everything else being terrible. Charles Band, it's time to stop displeasing the fans and hang this one up for good. Move on to something else. A waste of time and effort overall. Skippable.
Anna B (ca) wrote: If I wanted to watch a play, I'd, uh, I'd go and watch a play. This is what you would call a failure of adaptation.
Camden m (kr) wrote: had nothing to do with the first and a little too AF touch with reality
Austin W (fr) wrote: after the masterpiece conclusion godzilla vs destroyah and the descent movie but terrible remake 1998 godzilla. i was pretty polarized as to how good godzilla 2000 would be. it was ok the climax was awesome, the action was awesome, but the film did lack where most monster movies do and that is the characters and story. all in all its a standard godzilla movie nothing more and nothing less.
vwgraphicsyahoocom v (fr) wrote: no good,,,i fell asleep
Vinicio N (gb) wrote: "Women's legs are like compass points, circling the globe"
Brett B (br) wrote: Fantastic movie all around, not just a sports flick. I really like how the film details most of the things outside of the game itself and shows the pains and issues that arise as players get older due to lingering injuries. I think the ending was really fitting as well.
Eric F (au) wrote: In Luis Bunuel's "Diary of a Chambermaid", a fairly straightforward film by the great director of "The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeousie" and "Belle de Jour", a highly political film about French fascism is disguised by the story of a maid. She is the 32-year-old Clestine (Jeanne Moreau), a manipulative feminist who journeys from Paris to work for the family of an estate in rural France. The Monteils, a bourgeois family not unlike the others Bunuel criticizes, are the owners of the estate. Clestine is introduced to the world starting with an expansive tour by her employers in which she's navigated through the sterile world of antiques and other delicates.The world, alas, is not the clean safe haven she had expected. For instance, the patriarch of the house, Monsieur Rabour (Jean Ozenne) is a foot fetishist who gets off on his maid's boots. Outside of his perversion, he seems like a fairly decent man until he shoots a butterfly off of a flower. Madame Monteil (Francoise Lugagne) is the boss of the house - a strict grouch who rules over the estate and it's furnishings as if it were an old church. Her husband, Monsieur Monteil (Michel Piccoli), is a hunting enthusiast who has impregnated most of the women servants. Joseph (Georges Gret) is a sort of handyman who always dishes out the dirt on the maids of the estate. He is the most obvious link to French fascism as he is apart of the movement. In several scenes, he expresses his dislike of foreigners, particularly Jews.One day, Monsier Rabour is found dead clutching a boot in his hands. In the same afternoon, Claire (Dominique Sauvage), the daughter of one of the maids, is found raped and murdered in the forest. Clestine is quick to blame Joseph, and she frames him by planting a piece of his boot on the crime scene. Once he is taken to prison, Clestine marries Captain Mauger (Daniel Ivernel), a wealthy man who could aid her in ascending from maid to mistress.The film often cuts away to a fascist rally, most notably at the very end. It's challenging material to digest the first time around, especially if you're not familiar with the politics. That being said, however, if you take it literally, the story of a maid in a peculiar household is entertaining enough. Jeanne Moreau is exceptional, a feminist who borders the line between good and evil. We want to like her as the protagonist of the film, but she shamefully fulfills Monsier Rabour's foot fantasies and later frames a man because she doesn't like him. She's a strong-willed figure, but also a cunning and manipulative one.Of the Bunuel i've seen, this one moved me the least. That being said, however, it's still enormously entertaining and well worth seeing. Also, compared to films like "The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeois", this may be a good film to check out of you want to see Bunuel without the surrealism and unconventional narrative structure.
Edward K (jp) wrote: I saw it through to the end but I'm not sure why?
Bily T (mx) wrote: Monsters University marks the first time Pixar made a movie which is a prequel and for those who don't know what a prequel is it's basically a film that happens before the events of the film that it's based on so this movie happens before the events of the first Monsters Inc film.The story is good, the characters old and new are good, the music fits each scene specifically for being a college film & the animation is super good each character had a great movement of what type of monster they are.The only problems is I wasn't quiet sure who was the villain of the film and I still can't think who is. And that some parts of the film had a bit too much drama in it.But aside from the problems Monsters University is a good film with a great characters, great animation which is super well done then again it's Pixar and with a good story. I give Monsters University a 9.0 out of 10 a great prequel and a great way to show how the life of our favourite Monsters first met and what they used to do.