Molly Aunty Rocks

Molly Aunty Rocks

Molly is an unstoppable woman, who will do only what she feels is right. Molly’s world is unique but she is its unquestioned queen!. Pranav is an egoistic bureaucrat of the premier and exclusive Indian Revenue Service , who wants his system and power to rule over the subjects. When both of them clashed, sparks flew and egos would not relent. Will Molly rock or will Pranav get her locked? 'Molly Aunty Rocks!!’ is the story of a very powerful young man and a special middle aged woman.

Molly is an unstoppable woman, who will do only what she feels is right. Molly’s world is unique but she is its unquestioned queen!. Pranav is an egoistic bureaucrat of the premier and exclusive Indian Revenue Service , who wants his system and power to rule over the subjects. When both of them clashed, sparks flew and egos would not relent. Will Molly rock or will Pranav get her locked? 'Molly Aunty Rocks!!’ is the story of a very powerful young man and a special middle aged woman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Peter P (nl) wrote: Nice look at a very interesting man and artist, who has lots of work that people probably never realize is his.

Cheryl T (au) wrote: Rush is comprised of three ordinary guys with extraordinary musical talent!

Noel P (au) wrote: Peter Mullan has to be one of the most under rated actors of our time, he scares the hell out of me in this film and it's gritty british stories like this that we should be making more of.

Elena S (de) wrote: boring and slow plot

Michael C (au) wrote: 'My Dog Skip' is a great family film, but it's also more mature than most of them.

Porsha P (nl) wrote: These are worth watching them all, I love animal/family adventure movies!

Mike L (ru) wrote: oh god.. i hate this bad bad movie

bill s (mx) wrote: Beautiful visuals,well acted wonderful script.....what's not to like about one of the best movies of the year.

Megan B (br) wrote: loved this movie so much l had to track it down on dvd ( not easy to find ) shows how strong family bonds can be

aaron a (kr) wrote: "There weren't any black people in my town. At least I don't think there were." Synopsis: A humanoid slave from another planet escapes to the mean streets of Harlem. The Brother from Another Planet is terrific sci-fi, and it's themes are probably even more relevant now (with the whole hispanic immigration ordeal) than it was when it was first released in 1984. The picture uses a variety of minor character's to establish it's themes while at the same time providing a plethora of wonderfully dry humor. Joe Morton plays "The Brother". his character is mute and therefore has no dialogue, but Morton is highly expressive here, and is probably a perfect example of the power of great acting. With humanistic themes, a great performance, dry humor, and varied pacing, The Brother from Another Planet is terrific sci-fi.

Lisa M (nl) wrote: This was one wildly entertaining movie starring rachel weisz.

Richard B (ag) wrote: Unflinchingly brutal and extravagantly beautiful at the same time.

Brad Y (ag) wrote: It may be Oscar bait, but Cold Mountain is one of the better Civil War movies made in recent memory.

Allan C (gb) wrote: Patrick Swayze stars in this post apocalyptic retelling of "Shane." The Bodhisattva plays Nomad, a nomad who wanders into a small community of farmers struggling to survive against the evil land baron, Anthony Zerbe. The film follows the story from "Shane" fairly close except for a general swap between the husband and wife figures, with Lisa Niemi as the leader of the farming community and Brion James as her partner. Most of these warrior-of-the-wasteland films are pretty awful, but this one is actually pretty good. Sure, it's low budget and corny, but it's fast paced, unpretentios and quite entertaining. This film is also unique among it Mad Max ripoff peers in that it embraced more of a "Conan" aesthetic, having the people of the wasteland fighting primarily with swords and not with guns or technology from the old world. In general, there really is very little evidence of the pre apocalyptic world and this wasteland seems more like something from an alien planet, which also makes it somewhat unique. This film also boats a score by "Mad Max" and "The Road Warrior" composer Brian May, which helps quite a bit. You also get perennial villain Christopher Neame, who seems to play Nazis a lot, and also John Fujioka and Arnold Vosloo in an early role. Overall, it's a silly bit of sci-fi, but quite enjoyable if you're in the right mood.

Art S (br) wrote: Classic film noir from Orson Welles, famous for its nearly incomprehensible plot, but rife with stunning set-pieces (the aquarium, the funhouse, the hall of mirrors, Acapulco, San Francisco's Chinatown) and odd characters (Everett Sloane as Arthur Bannister, Glenn Anders as George Grisby). Welles stars as Michael "Black Irish" O'Hara, sporting a not quite passable brogue, who falls for Rita Hayworth (as Mrs. Arthur Bannister), his soon-to-be ex-wife in real life, and ends up on trial for murder (in the film), defended by Bannister himself, a famous trial lawyer (and trickster). O'Hara's narration seems trustworthy but no one he meets on the yacht trip from NYC through the Panama Canal and on up to San Francisco possibly could be. He tells us himself that he was a fool for chasing Mrs. Bannister who may or may not really love him but when Grisby hires him to kill Grisby, he really should have walked away. Nearly every scene contains a flourish of some sort or another, lending a degree of ostentatiousness that feels different from the more integrated stylishness of Citizen Kane; here, the backgrounds are busy and details might be thrown in on a lark (because Welles likes Chinese opera perhaps) and the whole thing starts to feel crazy and cock-eyed and not nearly as serious as noir would later get. But Hayworth in her blonde makeover is unfathomable as the archetypal femme fatale, getting done over by her own husband, on screen and off. Not to be missed.

Simeon T (au) wrote: A run of the mill teen movie marketed as something more, except that it does have one or two more things going for it. Jena Malone is a terrific actress, a fine lead for any film, but even she can't make this movie any more than it is. The fatuous Pastor Skip, played with clueless earnestness by Martin Donovan, does. He embodies Evangelical superficiality in a way which is kind of funny, but too real to be too funny. Combining this with the zeal exemplified by the Mandy Moore character, Saved hints at the problems which have engulfed Evangelical communities and caused so much pain to its young. I never forgot the scene where the pastor excitedly talks about people being accidentally saved by listening to rock they didn't know was Christian. This is the Evangelical movement: Superficial, legalistic, obsessed with technicalities, driven alternately by fear and the high of zeal, an experience analogous to teenage infatuations, as well as the pressing desire to gain approval from the right people/authorities. No one is more stuck in high school than these folks who cling to biblical text as if it were a yearbook, where they are always the beautiful people.This indeed is hinting at the darker directions religion can take, but in a fizzy film. When it comes down to it, Saved wants to be a funny and sweet teen movie; it doesn't want to address the the darkest corners of its subject. The friend I saw this with had a sort of cathartic experience. All I came away from it with was the lasting impression of Pastor Skip, certainly far, far away from the darkest or nastiest evocation of Evangelical leadership, but perhaps a more cutting example for not being that dark, heavy character. It is as if he and what he represents is too insubstantial to merit deeper examination. He is the avatar of the self-parody that is the modern evangelical movement, an increasingly insular world ever reducing itself to the ridiculous.