Midnight Lost and Found

Midnight Lost and Found

Arvind (Deepak Dobriyal) spends his nights reading Batman comics caged in behind iron bars at his lonely chemist shop in Bombay. A prostitute (Geetika Tyagi) stops every night to buy ...

Arvind (Deepak Dobriyal) spends his nights reading Batman comics caged in behind iron bars at his lonely chemist shop in Bombay. A prostitute (Geetika Tyagi) stops every night to buy ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Midnight Lost and Found torrent reviews

Jose Miguel G (au) wrote: As strong in style and atmosphere as it's also bizarre and unconventional, this vampire flick benefits from a heavily appealing main characters, but it struggles with a slow pacing rhythm and a lack of actual plot, which can only make some mainstream audiences to step away from it.

yuniperron (kr) wrote: This is an awesome movie I totally recommend it

Marc L (au) wrote: Avant d'aborder ses dboires avec les femmes, Gianni di Gregorio avait parl, toujours sa faon semi-autobiographique, de ses dboires avec sa gnitrice et ses copines du quatrime ge. Dpourvu de la plus petite once de prtention, tourn en toute simplicit dans son propre appartement avec de vieilles dames qui n'avaient jamais jou devant une camra auparavant, ce "Djeuner du 15 aot" est une comdie lgre dont l'attrait exotique pour nous, spectateurs nordiques, est de nous plonger dans le quotidien paisible d'un archtype italien : l'homme d'ge mr, fauch mais combinard, plein de prvenance pour la figure sacre de la Mama et pour qui toutes les occasions sont bonnes pour s'envoyer un petit coup de Blanc. Plutt que de dresser un rquisitoire contre une socit autrefois cimente par la famille mais qui dlaisse aujourd'hui ses Vieux, Di Gregorio prfre oprer indirectement, en proposant un regard tendre et empreint d'humanit sur ces octognaires capricieuses, chipies et versatiles, qui ne qumandent au fond qu'un peu de comprhension et d'coute.

Ashutosh S (kr) wrote: A well crafted film and an astounding performance by Vidya n Akshay

Cristian C (jp) wrote: Much like 2012 but the cause is not stated.

Greg R (ca) wrote: Doesn't have the same charm of the book

Denise A (ag) wrote: A masterpiece. Enjoyed it very so much! Loved the screenplay. Wonderfuly written! Excellent cast & it's a funny movie as well.

Brendan N (mx) wrote: I enjoyed this film considering all the scream clones for its era

Ryan W (de) wrote: It looks decent early on but becomes very boring through a plot that is just not interesting enough

Jeremy E (it) wrote: Not only is it the greatest antiwar film I have ever seen, it is also the most depression and saddening. Beautifully handled, this tale never once feels manipulative, as you truly connect with these characters.

Qingwen H (br) wrote: Just as I remembered it as a kid!

Chase H (au) wrote: ididn't think it would be good but it was very good and very sad, iwanted to kill that fuckin sheriff

Walter M (jp) wrote: [font=Century Gothic][color=royalblue]"Ambush" is about a group of Finnish soldiers in a platoon who are invading the Soviet Union in 1941. This is not a bad movie but there is nothing here that we have not seen before, except for the setting, perhaps. Most of the movie resembles "Platoon" in that these soldiers are wandering into unknown territory against a shadowy enemy. The idyllic beginning is straight out of "Stalingrad." Plus, there is one absolutely unbelievable moment late in the film.[/color][/font][font=Century Gothic][color=#4169e1][/color][/font] [font=Century Gothic][color=#4169e1]Some of the soldiers mention a "Winter War" which got me to do some research online at Wikipedia. The "Winter War" was an opening act in World War II, as the Soviet Union as part of its pact with Germany, sought to recapture Finland which had become independent in 1917. "Ambush" takes place at the beginning of the "Continuation War" which would extend to 1944. So, it seems that these two conflicts could be seen more as a continuing conflict between the two countries, rather than as a major part of World War II.[/color][/font]

Ryan S (br) wrote: Seriously, did Jaws need a fourth movie after the third one sucked?