Man in the Mirror: The Michael Jackson Story
Chronicles the rise and fall of pop king Michael Jackson.
- Stars:Azra, Brahm Bhardwaj, Dharmendra, Nasir Hussain, Aruna Irani, Jankidas, Kishore Kumar, Kumkum, Mridula Rani, Rehman, Savitri, Asit Sen, Master Shahid, Hari Shivdasani, Tun Tun, Flex Alexander, Eugene Clark, Amy Sloan, Krista Rae, Patricia Idlette, Lynne Cormack, Brendan Prost, Peter Onorati, April Telek, Robert Seeliger, Steven Saunders, Barbara Mamabolo, Roxanne Wong, David LeReaney, Daniel Libman,
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Andres G (au) wrote: Impactante, cruda y sensual.
Maria S (mx) wrote: Very funny had us laughing nonstop.
Tina W (jp) wrote: Mildly interesting in a new-agey kind of way; but ultimately this movie delivers a whole lot of nothing much.
Brandon C (nl) wrote: So stupid that is enjoyable and it is full of funny moments. Definitley an underrated film.
Ashley H (ca) wrote: Parenthood is an entertaining film. It is about the Buckman family who is a midwestern family all dealing with their lives. Steve Martin and Mary Steenburgen give amazing performances. The screenplay is well written. Ron Howard did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the humor. Parenthood is a must see.
Susan W (ag) wrote: Shakespeare meets Bollywood. This is both a fairy tale and a fable: star-cross'd lovers in a Cinderella story gone awry. If you don't like musicals or tragedies, probably not for you. If you like lavish productions with beautiful co-stars, sizzling chemistry, witty and poetic dialogue, quality set design, extravagant costumes and music, it's a must-see. A classic of the 21st century.
Mark N (ag) wrote: Some fine performances from Jones, Dunaway & Dourif really sell the movie and make it watchable despite it's slow pace and thin plot. Certainly of it's time: it feels over long and in need of a few more killings to pad out the long running length, especially to a modern audience. Despite that it is a decent, casual watch. Memorable more for the initial concept and visuals than any particular scene that could have raised it's game.
Bill N (ru) wrote: not bad! well she's (pam grier) lickin' it big on the 'L-word' now.
Sara T (ag) wrote: Divinely ridiculous with the most fabulous op art backdrops and a great line in wigs. Joseph Losey's finest work followed closely by The Servant, but that lacked the delicious soundtrack.
Danny M (ag) wrote: So good. Use to watch as a kid a lot. I was laughing so much
Farah R (fr) wrote: Laggies is not just another lighthearted and fun comedy, it's also got a certain level of wisdom to it. The concept of moving on and letting go of the past in order to find peace is quite gripping in the performance of Keira Knightly.
Mario M (jp) wrote: An interesting look into some of the players of the time and their parts in this momentous time in LGBT history.
Owen B (gb) wrote: It isn't until the second half of the movie that it begins to get good. The second half of the film is more faithful to the source material, and that's obviously what I expect in an adaptation. The animation also feels a bit off. The frames seem disconnected and it feels choppy, and not as smooth as it could've been. I mean, I know it's not 3D animation, but it still felt so rushed. But...the film does have a fun moment here and there, and the voice cast in really good.