Mirza: The Untold Story

Mirza: The Untold Story

Mirza – The Untold Story is based on the legendry love story of Mirza and Sahiba. Mirza is being played by Gippy Grewal and Sahiba is played by Mandy Takhar. Mirza and his Sahiba fall in love with each other at a very young age. However, one of her brother’s, Jeet (Rahul Dev) disapproves of their relationship and forcefully distances them apart.n Mirza.

Mirza – The Untold Story is based on the legendry love story of Mirza and Sahiba. Mirza is being played by Gippy Grewal and Sahiba is played by Mandy Takhar. Mirza and his Sahiba fall in love with each other at a very young age. However, one of her brother’s, Jeet (Rahul Dev) disapproves of their relationship and forcefully distances them apart.n Mirza. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nicholas W (nl) wrote: I enjoyed all of the three vignettes but I loved Ji-woon Kim's (the second vignette). With a minimum of violence, he communicated so much of the angst that plagues modern humanity, and created a sequel-worthy ending to boot.

Charles T (us) wrote: This is a sweet story that made us all a bit teary-eyed. Takes a real cynic not to let go sometimes and just enjoy a heart-felt story. This pic gave us fresh reason to believe that there is good "out there" and that there are people (thank you, Rob Reiner!) who aren't afraid to say so.

Michael W (de) wrote: So bad it's good! A naughty pleasure! Robert Rodriguez creates a cheesy B movie of government made zombies and a town's struggles for survival, in a Texas style flavor. A stripper name Cherry, the protagonist with a past must adapt. Over the top lines, with stupid humor, filmed in 80's style blue light, the grace of south-western style create guilty pleasure. Guilty as charged I like this film. 4 stars.

Yash B (gb) wrote: The movie follows the Christmas movie formula pretty much by the numbers but the laughs are consistent and they're fun for the whole family. It's not a unique movie but it's an enjoyable one.

Craig G (us) wrote: Definitely intriguing. It hits certain nerves of mine pertaining to creativity and its purposes in a persons life. I'm not sure if too much insight is read into the subject, or not enough. Worth checking out.

Namata P (ca) wrote: as with most adaptations, the book is even better

Robert H (mx) wrote: Let me start off by saying Wild at Heart is not for everybody. This is classic Lynch type storytelling and Nicolas Cage seems like a perfect character actor to deliver this bizarre tale of sex, love and rock n roll... with some Thelma and Louise type on the run shenanigans.I did quite enjoy the film even if it was a little slow to start (outside of the steamy sex scenes of course). But then things started getting crazy and out of character for the film... which is what you expect from a Lynch release. Fans of David Lynch who may have not yet seen the film should quickly track it down. Casual movie goers, steer clear unless bizarre and different is your cup of tea.

Olly H (fr) wrote: nette 70er comedy mit guten anstzen aber leider auch viel leerlauf

Richard L (br) wrote: I understand that this movie is existential and artistic, with social commentary here and there, but there are many long parts and it leads nowhere.

Odeath S (mx) wrote: 31 of 31 # 14 BIG ASS SPIDER - This is my kind of Halloween movie, some good horror, some good effects, and some great humor. This is what I wanted the movie SPIDERS to be but never really got there, BIG ASS SPIDER is not a perfect movie but it will cause a laugh or two.Our hero Alex and his trusty sidekick Jose who is the Robin to his Batman, the Oates to his Halls, are the main characters on this movie where they chase a spider who grows in size faster than you can say...big ass spider.Alex is an exterminator and Jose is a security guard at a hospital where Alex has to go after getting bitten by a spider, a dead body is brought into the hospital that suddenly burts a spider that was nesting on his chest, and the rest you can figure it out yourself.Alex's hospital bill is too big so he offers to kill the spider if they take care of his bill, seems like a good deal except when the military shows up, and they borrowed the story straight from the movie SPIDERS as it has the same amount of characters doing specific things, the army general who is cooperating with a scientist who later reveals the spider is that big because of Alien involvement....except this time is funny.'The CG is good - it does what its supposed to do, there aren't that many kills on this movie but I don't think that's the main point of this story, jokes and situations works just fine.Awesome to watch with friends, its just a silly not to be taken seriously movie.

Dominic S (fr) wrote: This film is very pleasant even with its uneasy story.This film is one of the many films that makes me enjoy and appreciate independent films and independent filmmakers. Using B and C list celebrities to act out a simple yet smashing script that packs a punch towards my heart.This film is about a married couple, Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Kate) and Aaron Paul (Charlie), who connect through drinking and getting drunk. But after one interesting night that led to vomiting in front of her class of first graders, Kate decides that it would be best to work on her drinking. She decides to quite drinking all together and she begins to attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.Because of this decision Kate is courageously making, her and Charlie's marriage begins to hit a rough patch, now that they don't connect through drinking.This film is so touching and beautiful. It takes a great look at the negative effects of drinking as well as what makes a relationship or a marriage work."Love is the easy part. It's the rest of the shit that's hard." -KateA breakthrough performance by Mary Elizabeth Winstead.Smashed, I give you an 80%.

Robert B (ru) wrote: Worms are not scary until you see them close-up.

Rendan L (de) wrote: Aside from one short segment, VHS is extraordinarily bland and predictable. Grade: D-

Alex S (it) wrote: A multi-layered movie from the extremely talented Spike Jonze, Where the Wild Things Are is a bleak yet beautiful portrait of many different themes that may, in the end, resonate with adults more than children (and I mean this in a good way).

Garrett C (kr) wrote: More entertaining and clever than one would expect due to the endless slew of horrid sequels. This one's worth seeing.