Sushil Kumar lives a middle-class lifestyle in Riksapur in the District of Bhagalpur, located in a country called Mundustan, along with his widowed mom, Kamini, an unmarried sister, Shobha,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Meri Aawaz Suno
Sushil Kumar lives a middle-class lifestyle in Riksapur in the District of Bhagalpur, located in a country called Mundustan, along with his widowed mom, Kamini, an unmarried sister, Shobha,...
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Caroline L (mx) wrote: Amazing what an accomplishment.
Bryan G (gb) wrote: A little bit by-the-numbers but overall a solid & satisfying story. Kathleen Turner has still got it.
Lee S (ag) wrote: I enjoyed seeing the original of a show I grew up with. Well done and entertaining. Few shows herself the true value of faithful, intelligent canines who gave their life for others
John B (ru) wrote: Entertaining as a comedy viewed many years later because Sebastian Telfair ended up being no greater than a fringe player who has bounced around from team to team never becoming the superstar that everyone thought he would be. At least he is well paid.
Arseniy V (nl) wrote: A no-bs slice of hard life.
Sam C (mx) wrote: Best movie ever made.
Spencer S (it) wrote: Hanging Up is a film about three sisters, very, very different from one another, who are unfortunately pulled together by their father, an alcoholic Alzheimer's patient who's wife left him and the family and has never recovered. It's taut, depressing, and harried throughout, mostly lending to the fact that this is clearly all about Meg Ryan. The other two sisters are background noise in this movie, every problem, every little thing that needs encapsulating being about Ryan. Keaton directed and co-starred in this as the older sister who never gives credit where it's due, and typically can't be reached. This character is so bothersome to me and unneeded throughout, that her presence in any scene feels contemptuous. Kudrow is the other mess of a sister, who is eccentric and naive, and also need not be in this film. If it had focused solely on the relationship between Ryan's character and her father (portrayed by the still lucid and very talented Walter Matthau) it would have been more poignant and made a bit more sense. What really irked me was that her mother doesn't want anything to do with her, so leaves this family to ruin, and barely anything is really explained about their relationship. If that had been better cultivated, it would have been very moving and harrowing. Instead we're stuck with this maudlin, overworked plot that just keeps going into flashbacks that are supposed to reveal these big events in time, but are actually just flavorless frosting on an already bothersome cake. Neither is it funny, nor dramatic, nor a good movie for Ryan, who also made the unfortunate films Kate and Leopold and Addicted to Love in that decade. It's just not worth it in any way, shape, or form.
Dave J (kr) wrote: Tuesday, July 23, 2013 (1992) Final Analysis MYSTERY THRILLER Starring and executive produced by Richard Gere as a shrink Dr. Isaac Barr verbally helping patient Diana Baylor (Uma Thurman). She then convinces him to see her sister since she's just as troubled as much as she is and her name is Diana Baylor played by Kim Basinger. Diane also supposed to have a rare disorder called 'pathological alcohol intoxicator' where if they were to consume any alcohol that they would go into either lapse or physical rage and at the same time forgetting everything they had done. And of course Barr played by Gere, becomes infatuated with Diane and starts to have 'a conflict of interest' by affairs with her even though she is still married to sleaze ball Jimmy Evans (Eric Roberts). Although, there aren't any cringing moments, much of the people who were killed deserved to be killed which somehow confuses the audience on who to root for since it's 'pathological alcohol intoxicator' side effects are used so pointlessly as if the Gere character is witnessing this too which the ending contradicts the first half of the movie. 2 out of 4 stars
Darrin C (nl) wrote: This movie mind-fucked me for days afterward. It's got decent acting (Denzel playing the personality he always plays) and a plot that becomes very intricate. Starts getting faster-paced half way through and stays exciting until it's over.
Edward O (ca) wrote: I love to watch this movie LOUD!
Matthew S (nl) wrote: There is a great deal more going on in this classic Maurice Pialat film. Everything from marriage, sexuality, misogyny, human cruelty, class struggles to the mysteries/complexities of erotic desire are explored far more deeply than you realize as Loulou unspools. But, what really pushes this film to a whole new level is the way Pialat marries the chemistry between his two leading actors to a distinctive style of narrative that flows around like a drunk trying to find the way home.
Ian C (jp) wrote: Set at such a slow pace and nothing really happens but Kotcheff really knows how to create tension out of nothing. Donald Pleasence is chilling as Doc and Gary Bond is immense as the clean cut school teacher caught up in the madness surrounding the Yabba social life. Kangeroo scene is hard to watch. That aside a stunning film.
Gregory W (br) wrote: classified 'noir' I disagree this is n more like a movie than hitchcock could have made but didn't
Adam R (mx) wrote: (First and only viewing - 7/23/2008)