"Narmada Diary" introduces the Narmada Bachao Andolan (the Save the Narmada Movement), which has spearheaded the agitation against the Sardar Sarovar Dam. As government resettlement programs prove inadequate, the Narmada Bachao Andolan has emerged as one of the most dynamic struggles in India today. With non-violent protests and a determination to drown rather than to leave their homes and land, the people of the Narmada valley have become symbols of a global struggle against unjust development.
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(ag) wrote: Loved the lake house locale in Lake Tahoe. Patricia Clarkson did the most she could with a slow, somber script.
(nl) wrote: Acolytes started off great. It was dark, twisted, with very interesting characters. But sadly it just falls apart and any tension built up just disappeared. The ending was so inconsequential because of that.That aside, the acting was pretty good overall. Edgerton was really creepy, as was Dorman.
(mx) wrote: i dont no because i never watch it
(us) wrote: I was unaware of such a complicated case in U.S. history going to the Supreme Court so early in U.S. History prior to the 1840's and had John Quincy Adams defending the case. I thought that this movie was pretty good. I was unaware of some of the steps that went into slave ships. This film no doubt about it presents a very graphic image than I had imagined before. Especially seeing slaves purposely drowned because of low food supplies and the crew selectively choosing who gets feed and who does not and slaves eating the food off others faces because they were hungry. I think that this film was a little too long and could have been cut more to give it more speed because at points it felt a little slow. The musical score by John Williams reminded me of The Patriot & Lincoln combined to make this film. The acting and story was very good.
(br) wrote: A collection of old school horror. This has a strong opening and closing by midpoint the collection tends to drag. Narrated by Donald Pleasance and Nancy Alllen. This celebrates horror/suspense and sci-fi films from the Univeral films of Dracula and the Wolfman, to Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho, the 70's of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Halloween and well into the slasher film craze like Friday the 13th part 2. It's great to seen early forgotten gems movies like Alone in the Dark and Nighthawks get mentioned, but the extras in the movie theatre added for comic relief does not work at all. Overall, watching it makes you long for the days when movies were scary and original.
(ag) wrote: The genius of Rishikesh Mukherjee combined with Rajesh Khanna's most memorable role and a restrained but effective performance by Amitabh Bachchan makes this arguably the best movie coming out of Hindi Film Industry...
(gb) wrote: Mary Poppins is just the perfect family movie, where the songs are just timeless and backbones to general kids culture. The setting is delightful in a perfect ironic representation of the beginning of the century. Julie Andrews is just the perfect nanny, the perfect Mary Poppins. Very brilliantly executed considering that the movie is from 1964 and the special effects were definitely not of the same abundance in quantity and quality as today.
(us) wrote: Another great Ealing film full of the old fashioned British charm.
(es) wrote: Usually when i think of screwball comedy i think pratfalls and slapstick but this from was not like that. While still keeping lighthearted this movie stays away from goofy laughs and is a little more clever. Barbra Stanwyck, while not the best looking leading lady, has the perfect attitude to pull off the "ball of fire" moniker. Gary cooper nails the straight laced up tight professor going up the cool bad boy gangster. Hes the kind of guy the girl usually falls for until she wises up. This movie is definitely not serious but much more then just cheep gags.
(fr) wrote: Don't see why it has low ratings I thought it was clich (C)d somewhat but was extremely entertaining and well made.
(gb) wrote: Why did I watch the whole movie? I have no idea.
(fr) wrote: Beautiful and fantastic