Morning Walk

Morning Walk

One morning walk in Joymohan's life changes it all. After suffering a heart-attack one morning, on his birthday, Joymohan (Anupam Kher) realizes that he needs to spend more time with his family - son (Rajit Kapoor), daughter-in-law (Divya Dutta) and grand-daughter (Avika Gor) and mend broken bridges of the past. It is during his Morning Walk that his life changes forever. He meets his once-upon

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Michelle L (it) wrote: So bad but I love bad teen movies. haha

Private U (kr) wrote: mest crappy film jeg har sett. dorlig spe skrekk.. gadd ikke se den ferdig

Russell H (fr) wrote: Some parts were funny enough. Expected more of a comedy than a drama

sharee W (ag) wrote: definitely one of the funniest movies I've seen in years

Matt M (br) wrote: Feelgood drama about the three men who turned a seemingly untamable horse into a racing champion who in the process became a symbol of the American Great Depression. This film is the typical well made feelgood drama that is very respectful of its time and with some genuine sentimentality that makes it easily appealing. As well as that, director Gary Ross makes a good use of nostalgia to make the whole experience even more enjoyable.

Charles P (it) wrote: The 60s TV series is remade on a dumb story that tries to showcase just how funny Owen Wilson and Eddie Murphy can be (if only they were in a film that could tried to be about anything).

sofien t (kr) wrote: i want to watch my move

Tristan H (ca) wrote: Virtually nothing of consequence happens in this movie. It's basically just an hour-and-a-half showcase of people being vane, doing excessive amounts of drugs, wearing bizarre costumes, and competing for the "world's least humane person" award. And don't get me wrong, those characteristics can be entertaining... but there's no ultimate point to it here. There's no self-examination, no revelation, no evolution, no redemption or fall from grace. The characters just basically do stuff until too many people (or themselves) get hurt, are forced to stop, and don't learn anything from it. It's like watching someone's pet dog (who's in an elaborate costume) continuously shit in the house (even though you know the owner's attempted many times to teach the dog not to), and then at the end of the movie the dog's given away... but you know he's still out there shitting someplace he shouldn't.I will say, however, that Seth Green was very good in the movie. I love seeing actors act outside their generally typecast roles, and Mr. Green did a good job of being... whatever the hell he was supposed to be in this movie.

Jason S (jp) wrote: A great classic American revenge film. Brutal and intense