Meera Achrekar, a mathematics teacher at Vishwaprem Vidyalaya, has been happy and single for quite a while now. The great love of her life has been, and will always remain, cricket and Anil Kumble. The meticulous number cruncher is, despite not being the classic eye-candy-teenage-fantasy-fodder, a huge hit in class, and that's because Meera, unlike most teachers of her school, is more fanatical about her religion-cricket-than even the school cricket captain. Living with her family in their small home in a Mumbai chawl, Meera was initiated into her temple of Wankhede Stadium by her brother, Mahesh.
Barry F (ag) wrote: Quite possibly the most bizarre film I've ever seen
Jayde (gb) wrote: i love this movie aaaaaa i love horses <3
Josh M (kr) wrote: No matter how many Saw movies are made they always seem to surprise me. The innovative killing contraptions and games keeps this series alive and keeps the viewers coming back. The plot can use some work, but that is really not what Saw is about.
Manch F (ag) wrote: Couldn't even finish it, it was THAT bad.
Jorge M (kr) wrote: I can watch this flikk over N over...
Ben P (ca) wrote: Boring, pointless, with the most stereotypically annoying French artsy ending shot ever captured on film.
Marina G (us) wrote: Pau dice que es una de las mejores pelculas, que tengo que verla ya!!
Jason M (nl) wrote: Unforgettable fable that feels like dreaming.
Clay B (de) wrote: LAUREL CANYON (2002)
Paul C (ca) wrote: The movie tracks two parallel plots, one contemporary and one set in the 1940s. It explores a romance between two characters-- and their doomed passion in a previous life. LA detective Mike Church (Kenneth Branagh) comes to the aid of mute, amnesiacim Grace (Emma Thompson) and sets out to discover her identity and the source of her terrible nightmares. He is aided in his investigation by hypnotist/furniture dealer Franklyn (Derek Jacobi) who discovers that in a past life Grace and Mike were lovers, and whose love was ended by the murder of a pianist (also played by Thompson). The pianist's husband, Roman (Branagh) had been executed for her murder. Andy Garcia and Robin Williams are both superb in minor roles. The movie plot has multiple twists that surprise and captivate. This is one of the best mysteries of the 1990s.
Sami S (br) wrote: i'm very interested to see it
Delores K (ru) wrote: Have to see this film! Go Gabrial Byrne :Dthe rest of the actors i dont know lol
Mikael R (gb) wrote: The title says it all. Yes, they are. And it's beautiful.
Steve G (nl) wrote: There's not a bad performance in this mid-sixties UK flick. Right from Alan Bates' sweet lothario all the way to James Mason's somewhat pervy 'father figure'. Lynn Redgrave steals every scene she's in though, even upstaging the gorgeous Charlotte Rampling, who is mostly in full-on 'vixen' mode. A marvellous snapshot of so-called Swinging London back in the day.
M C (gb) wrote: A gritty western with gripping action and decent acting too. 78/100