Gautam is an Officer in the Indian Army, and is very friendly with another Army Officer, Ajit Singh. Both are assigned tasks that take them to the battlefront. Gautam's senior officer asks ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gautam is an Officer in the Indian Army, and is very friendly with another Army Officer, Ajit Singh. Both are assigned tasks that take them to the battlefront. Gautam's senior officer asks ...
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Tony P (fr) wrote: The worst film I have ever had the displeasure to watch. Something about a French fashion designer called Yves Saint Laurent. I terminated my viewing a third of the way through.That's not through xenophobia at this French production it is just completely boring and easy to lose the plot through disinterest.The subtitles of the French language production are a total turn off. After a hard days work I just couldn't be bothered to read so fast.
Lucy M (kr) wrote: In a year of pretty mediocre horror movies, this one stands out as interesting and original.
David H (jp) wrote: Amazing film, faith, science and a nice play dialectic
Jonathan S (ru) wrote: The greatest story ever told
Augustine H (kr) wrote: Jessica Lange gives an exhilarating performance as the troubled actress Frances Farmer here. The tension between her and the whole world is well illustrated.
Sarah H (fr) wrote: Fairly standard Dracula film - probably the last gasp of the extremely studio-bound 1950s style - made at least vaguely interesting by the director's original use of color filters. The performances don't rise very far from the grave, though, especially the bimbo blond and her Roger Daltrey lookalike boyfriend.
Aisha M (br) wrote: It's great fun! I wouldn't dishonor it by giving it a higher rating.
Charlie G (kr) wrote: Thought this was interestingly done but rather slow at the same time.Uses scenes from old movies to incorporate a new movie in black and white. I'm not sure if it's supposed to be humorous.
Panta O (es) wrote: I cannot believe that this film is so underrated... I found the story of Walter Koontz (Robert De Niro) - highly decorated "local hero" police officer - amazing! Well developed and done with warmness - warmness missing from most of the movies today! The real story starts when one night, Walter hears gunshots upstairs, and while ascending to help he suffers a stroke. Awakening with the right side of his body paralysed is something he is not used to, and his poor speech and posture gives a massive blow to his ego... so much that Walter becomes ashamed to be seen in public. Rusty (Philip Seymour Hoffman) is one of Walter's drag queen neighbours and the two are at-odds constantly due to their differing lifestyles. Rusty has a desire to undergo a transsexual operation, but lacks the money to do so. When Walter comes to Rusty to use his musical talents for voice lessons to overcome his impediment, the pair while at first argumentative and uncomfortable with the other begin to become friends. Good acting from two real stars, but nothing spectacular. The screenplay is sometimes very rough around the edges... but it is real as it can be... Joel Schumacher did well in that part, but the directing was too formulaic, and that is the reason for the lower rating! This film could be so much better if he was a little bit braver!
William F (mx) wrote: Outrageous and pure yet, disgusting.
Peter L (kr) wrote: It may be a long film, but that does not distract it from being a masterpiece in cinematography.By the way, Lawrence of Arabia, The Big Country, The Good The Bad and The Ugly, are all long films, but are still magnificent films.When the script, storyline and sublime music, composed by Ennio Morricone, are magnificent, its difficult to criticise the film.
Nathan N (ca) wrote: Wow. Thank you, QuickRate. I haven't thought about Just Visiting since 2001 when my family rented it (very shortly after 9/11 if I remember). I do, however, remember it being fairly funny. I could watch it again.