My Cultural Divide

My Cultural Divide

Filmmaker Faisal Lutchmedial goes beyond the activist stereotype as he takes a personal journey into his mother's native country for the first time. A three month visit to Bangladesh ...

Filmmaker Faisal Lutchmedial goes beyond the activist stereotype as he takes a personal journey into his mother's native country for the first time. A three month visit to Bangladesh ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Andrew K (ca) wrote: not the world's greatest film but i had sympathy because i love it when people make an attempt on no budget. on top of that i found it reasonably interesting. in the end i decided that joseph lawrence turned in a pretty good performance making himself look like an 'action man' (g i joe) figure. the other people playing androids were useless (except for the cage fighting guy - i thought he was ok).

Louise S (us) wrote: My favourite japanese movie with one of the best japanese actor : Takeshi Kitano. The other actors are very good too and very charismatic. A good movie analysing the relationships between people who can't adapt to the japanese society.

Vishal R (jp) wrote: best movie ever alongside Hum and Kasme Vaade

Nandi C (es) wrote: The unlikely love story of C.S.Lewis and the American woman who he eventually marries but dies before him. Sad but sweet.

Nicki M (de) wrote: Actually this was not bad up until the gremlins show up. I quite liked the story covering the young couple as they try to get ahead in their careers and make a life for themselves. The futuristic office was quite interesting and the awful woman played by Haviland Morris. Then Gizmo shows up and it felt like a different film and quite "kidsy". Ditto to the rest of the gremlins. I do realise I missed the point. Haha.

Scott R (it) wrote: The original Kill Bill, but not something I need to see twice.

Cedric L (us) wrote: Actually quite original and funny despite being monotonous.

Matt C (ca) wrote: It feels slightly messy, but I think thats the charm of it. Radnor and company give solid performances, in this likable, relatable indie

Christopher H (ca) wrote: Juggling multiple different storylines, "Life Happens" is saved mostly by an amazing ensemble cast, headed by uber talented Krysten Ritter, brought together by a commanding performances from the lovely Kate Bosworth. Definitely with the makings of an HBO or Showtime based television series, this sometimes lacks the cinematic feel of an actual film, however entertains enough to remain average and somewhat enjoyable.

Phillip S (ca) wrote: I'm still amazed that despite the antics get still managed to really touch the heart of divorce and it's impact on families in way that was touching and accessible to children. Everything about this movie is perfect, not the least of which is Robin Williams.

Daniel D (ca) wrote: Entertaining movie, to say the least. Bloodsport was better though.

Mark T (ca) wrote: Stand out performances from the two leads help make this an excellent drama.

David S (gb) wrote: Still one of my favorites. Watching it now as an adult, I have to admit, Clint Eastwood underperformed. His one-liners and smooth-talking towards Renee Russo was pretty cheesy and his acting was even a bit quirky, plus his action scenes were visibly fake (watch closely when he throws a punch, way off target). However, the story is top-notch, edge-of-your-seat caliber and John Malkovich turns in one of his best acting performances ever. That's saying a lot for the versatile, incredibly gifted actor who's provided countless classic figures to refer to. This movie just should not be missed, and should be revisited repeatedly.

Andrea Cecilia M (mx) wrote: Altamente recomendada!