Mumbai Pune Mumbai
A girl from Mumbai who comes to Pune to meet a prospective groom, with the idea of rejecting him, ends up spending the day with a complete stranger.
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SteL P (br) wrote: Genuine insight view on french Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a very comic way. Based on Minister Dominique de Villepin whic is played by the excellent Thierry Lhermitte. This role gives the opportunity to Lhermitte to show his talent and he needed a role like this for some time now. Raphal Personnaz is not just a handsome actor, he is a real revelation and a great career can be excpected from him. This film will earn many nominations at the Csar !
John O (au) wrote: every woman must watch this and see what we go through.
Monique Y (ru) wrote: Interesting biopic about the struggles scientists deal with in their race to find the cure for deadly diseases with not only the FDA but funding for research, pharmaceutical interests, family, patients... extenuating!
intuciic (jp) wrote: skat?ma. nothing special
Colleen C (nl) wrote: I have to stop watching things like this. They're just too depressing for me. This documentary details the activities of private corporations, including Halliburton, who have contracts in Iraq. They interview former employees and their relatives and take a look at the lengths these companies are going to in order to make money. A bit slow at times, but well worth a look.
Timm S (us) wrote: Money Drives All Sorts Of Maniacal Behaviour. This Is But One Example Of How One Mans Drive To Prove a Himself, Brings Down The Bank! Literally!!
TTT C (it) wrote: (***): Thumbs Up A fun and entertaining zombie flick.
Simon W (ag) wrote: Childhood favourite while i was going through my skateboarding phase. Pretty sure it'll be shit if i watch it again - still for now it remains a masterpiece
Scott S (mx) wrote: Another great Dreyer film. A woman who is searching for love but can not find it is a classic modern tragedy in the hands of a master of cinema.
Ben H (gb) wrote: This documentary is out-of-sight interesting. Jodorowsky's vision for the movie "Dune," as well as his frame-by-frame, illustrated script, is awesome! I highly recommend this movie. Aside from a few inappropriate comments, such as his desire to "rape" Frank Herbert's book, towards the end of the film, it highlights both his previous films, as well as his All-Star cast of stage and screen who would have played a role, including Salvador Dali, Orson Welles, and Mick Jagger. Jodorowsky also had his son, amazingly, fully trained in several Martial arts, in order to play the part of "Paul," salvation of the planet of Dune. I didn't like the fact that Jodorowsky would mess with the book and change the ending, asking other things, but his vision was certainly grand in scope. The movie is rated PG-13 for some foul language and adult themes, as well as "hallucinatory" visual effects.
Chris G (us) wrote: A combination of horror and sci-fi that loses it's mind and does it's best to stop making sense in the third act.