An abandoned baby boy is rescued from floodwaters by Kantaben and Nattubhai, the kindly proprietors of a small orphanage. They name the baby Krishna, because the way he was found parallels the legend of how the god Lord Krishna came to live with his adoptive parents as a baby. Orphan Krishna lives happily in the orphanage with Kanta and Nattu and the other foundling children. But over the years, as one by one his other friends are adopted out to families but he remains, young Krishna comes to believe that he is unadoptable, unwanted, and will never find a family. In despair, all alone one night he goes to a temple and prays to Lord Krishna. This is the story of how Lord Krishna himself (in his childhood 'butter thief' avatar) comes to Earth and befriends the young orphan Krishna ... and helps him to discover his family
Writer:Sanjay Masoom (dialogue), Rajiv S. Ruia (story), S. Sachindra (screenplay)
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Cris A (ru) wrote: I confess a certain bias - I am a fan of Ewen Leslie's work generally mainly because this talented actor is not shy of taking on controversial roles. The actor seems to have a knack for delving into the heart of madness and portraying tortured characters and this depressing film is no exception. It is a strange film and not an easy 'view' - really one for those who appreciate dark art house - but I found the mystery engaging albeit a slog in coming together to a sharp though not altogether unexpected conclusion.
Dov D (au) wrote: Even for the modestly budgeted indie film that director Lawrence Silverstein's Freerunner is, it still managed to underwhelm me. In a clear attempt to capitalize the viral sensation that was parkour (to be clear, I'm not knocking it... I used to and still do actionably parkour and train), this movie's plot, premise, and action are all centered around parkour, and apparently any conflict can be solved through some variation of parkour. I've seen two other films recently that heavily featured parkour (District B13 and District 13: Ultimatum) that were significantly better than Freerunner. The reason for this is that they used parkour as a character attribute and during action sequences. They had solid plots that, you guessed it, didn't center around parkour. The acting was just abysmal in this movie. The characters were wildly overacted, making it a pretty funny bad film (the only reason this movie received a full star). Because of the realistic aspect parkour added to the movie, the ridiculously unrealistic story was emphasized resulting in one mess of a film. Those two elements did (I'm sure unintentionally) juxtapose each other nicely, which is what gave it it's comedic value. Bottom line, I can't recommend this to anyone, it's not very good... But if you're with some good friends and want something to laugh at, you could do worse.
James P (br) wrote: teribble..... just horrible
Andrey B (br) wrote: Strong horror movie with an all-female cast with some genuinely scary claustrophobic scenes.
Dean H (kr) wrote: How do you review your all-time favourite film?
Gary B (es) wrote: Early Mel Gibson flick which shows him playing a 'simple' fella in tight shorts falling for an older woman. Ticked all my boxes and passed an afternoon.
jay n (es) wrote: Tough tight little noir. Lean in the best sense, not one shot is wasted.
probulus 2 (ru) wrote: Besides the acting and script being incredibly bad, the theology is off as well. This movie squanders an opportunity to examine the role of God, good and evil and free will in the world. Whenever a salient point is made, it is immediately dropped as if the writer did not know how to answer the question or decided to add a non-sequitor or visual effect. Issues brought up but not addressed: Oil companies are the work of satan, "He who loves this world hates God" (so we should not enjoy anything?) Satan is responsible for the crucifiction (huh?), God killed over 100 million in the flood (Satan), why does God not destroy Satan, Is satan the cause of sin or is it free will. There is an assertion early in the movie that "The Bible is the most reliable source of history ever produced." Certainly the writers cannot be serious here. Other unbelievable lines include: "Satan causes wars" - has anyone read the Old Testament? Another is that Satan crucified Christ. Was not his crusification the sole purpose for his appearance on earth? It was not Satan's idea -- it was Jesus' idea (or God's or him as God....) Even a true believer should be shaking his/her head and ask exactly what was the point of this movie? This will be a cult class someday, just like Reefer Madness and Battlefield Earth. And BTW, Satan drives a Hummer.
Nathan C (mx) wrote: Here We Go Again Comedies are Continuing to do shit!
Price P (it) wrote: It's a fun movie. Good effects for the time. The cast is okay, it's just not the fantastic 4 I would have like to seen, its alright though. Truly shows how far we've come in the superhero genre.