Na Ghar Ke Na Ghaat Ke
The newly released 'Na Ghar Ke Na Ghat Ke' tells the story of a village boy, who lacks intelligence, Devaki Nandan Tripathi (Rahul) who comes to Mumbai to try his fate.
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Lisa R (ag) wrote: Its just not worth the time... there weren't any high point to this movie either.
Jonny B (it) wrote: It's the greatest collaboration of Hollywood's macho men but together they only serve to highlight their undeniable flaws. Action sequences though decent are forgettable as part of a poorly acted, poorly composed bore-fest!
Mohammed A (kr) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Barry Y (ru) wrote: Powerful performance by Joaquin Phoenix.
Huw G (it) wrote: Paints a great picture. Very nicely done.
Dryorophus (mx) wrote: Recommended by MsNightwatch
Kevin R (br) wrote: I want you to carve a 'C' from the corner of his eye to the corner of his mouth.In west London, a group of kids are growing up in a rough neighborhood and their lives are being destroyed in part by their decisions and in part by bullying. One girl can't take it anymore and kills herself. Some kids take this act as a chance to stand up and others hide further in their hole. One set of kids who try to stand up discover that recently after breaking up, a child is on the way and they're about to become mom and dad. How will that change their plan of action?"I got bigger things to worry about than what you can do to me."Menhaj Huda, director of Queer as Folk 2, Everywhere and Nowhere, Comedown, and television episodes of Queer as Folk, Murphy's Law, and Young Dracula, delivers Kidulthood. The storyline for this picture is interesting and reminded me of Kids (just not as good). The dialogue was entertaining and the characters were fairly interesting. The cast delivers solid performances and includes Nicholas Hoult, Adam Deacon, Noel Clarke, Aml Ameen, Red Madrell, Jaime Winstone, and Femi Oyeniran."Fuck him and this fucking baby!"I came across this film on Netflix and was surprised that this scored 4 out of 5 stars by Netflix viewers. This was entertaining and reminded me a lot of a European Kids. It had some of the same points and references with a straightforward plot. I wouldn't call this a masterpiece but it is worth seeing for sure."You're not a bastard. You're a cunt."Grade: C+/B- (6.25)
Luke B (kr) wrote: The recently widowed Mrs. Henderson has no idea what to do with her life and her vast amount of cash. Her friend suggests she gets herself a hobby, and after pricking her finger doing some embroidery she instead decides to buy a rundown theatre. She hires theatre manager Bob Hoskins to take over and run a musical review which all goes fine and dandy until everyone copies them. They decide to do something more daring and so have nudes on the stage. The film has the classical polite British putdowns and absurd but brilliant satirical moments. The nudes are not allowed to move, because then it's art. The musical numbers are quite fun and inventive and the verbal fisticuffs between Dench and Hoskins is brilliant. They each give us a warm but strict character and there is a lot of chemistry, which makes it even more interesting when the film shrugs off the romance angle between the pair. In the latter half after the war kicks off the film inevitably loses some of its warm colourful charm, but reflects the time period accordingly. A great supporting cast, especially Guest in a hilarious role, bring alive those little moments. A joyful feel good movie that gives a lot of heart.
Blais E (mx) wrote: Early made-for-TV entry in the huge 70's disaster-film genre, pre-dating "The Poseidon Adventure" by almost two months; a moving and gritty account of a small group of subway passengers' struggle to survive after being buried in a New York subway car after an earthquake. Starring a good cast of mostly television personnel, & featuring tight scripting, intelligent, realistic acting, & involving, authentic characters, the film also addresses a lot of very relevant socio-economic issues of the time in a direct and perceptive fashion. James Brolin is quite good as a cynical cop, and the unusual casting of Jazz-chanteuse Abbey Lincoln as one of the heartier of the survivors pays off as she delivers a particularly memorable performance.
Krister S (de) wrote: Based on true story, it was ok.
Jason S (kr) wrote: Clever, different, quirky, surprising...even the soundtrack (which I own, too) is unique. Replaces some of the pathos of an Aussie import like Strictly Ballroom with broader strokes of comedy. Jonathan Schaech should have been a huge star after this film (I'd say being on Jennifer Love Hewitt's failed Party of 5 spin-off hurt him, but it didn't seem to stop Jennifer Garner).
Raine L (nl) wrote: I remember this being worthy of at least 3 stars but I want to see it again.
Kevin O (mx) wrote: ...But I was in Goonies!
Amanda H (ca) wrote: Let's recap, shall we? Boy meets girl. Boy falls under girl's spell, despite having a much cuter, much better girlfriend. Girl goes evil and kills everyone. Okay, that's not QUITE what happens in this movie, but it's close enough. The only reason I even let this movie play through until the end was because I was doing other things and it was background noise. This is terrible.
Matt H (gb) wrote: I had heard this was supposed to be sort of a modern cult classic, but it completely struck out to me.Way too over the top and silly. All of the "characters" are drawn way too thin to care about, and all of the situations are too ridiculous and hokey. Having watched the similarly plotted I Wanna Hold Your Hand (focused on The Beatles rather than KISS), you can see how that film does a much better job of juggling many of the same situations despite its own ridiculous antics.
Aseel S (ag) wrote: Good movie! You will like it even more when you watch part 2 & 3 to understand the whole story!