Nastik

Nastik

A hardened and traumatized non-believer travels to all holy places to seek vengeance from the persons who had wronged him.

A hardened and traumatized non-believer travels to all holy places to seek vengeance from the persons who had wronged him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Download   Nastik 1954 ~ Vintage Classics ~ PhantomOther2733856.28 MB

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Alec B (mx) wrote: Its insanely crazy to be able to see how impoverished most of the people are in rural Guatemala as well as their lack of education, enough food and clean drinking water

Rudy D (kr) wrote: Una de las pelculas italianas que ms me han hecho reir. ES tierna, divertida y pasas una hora y media con una sonrisa en los labios.

al a (br) wrote: such a beautiful film, so deep, sad, emotive and lucid. the forgotten and dissapeared brother returns after many time to his brother's side, just to die; explaining those unseen things every family has and trying to solve the ancient problems between them, and with themselves. bruno todeschini is great here, with that rare beauty that exists in the decrepitude. the parallel process of slow degeneration of his body and the peace of mind he starts achieving results very touching and clever, very vivid also. definitively, it's an extremly beautiful movie...

David T (ag) wrote: One answer for my rating. Hulk Hogan. Make that two actually. Hulk Hogan and Jim Varney. Seeing my favorite wrestler and Ernest appear on screen together, a childhood made moment for me.

Zack B (ru) wrote: A frickin hilarious follow up to Withnail & I. Bruce Robinson is pure genius. Richard E. Grant is a perfect comedic actor. Where did he go?

Lee L (nl) wrote: Sidney Poitier had me with his smile and charm. This movie had a great story line.

Alan W (ag) wrote: This is a good musical

Dalia D (ag) wrote: I know 42nd Street sounds unstoppable, but what it you pair Ruby Keeler with James Cagney, tap dancing across a bar? Exactly. This show is even more about show business??Cagney is a man put out of the musical business by the success of the talking picture. Rather than quit (though his wife quits him), he starts a new business: staging song-and-dance prologues for the moving pictures, complete with Live! Dancing! Girls! In pussycat costumes! In love slaves of the Orient costumes! In mermaid costumes! Joan Blondell plays his secretary and gal Friday??in love with him though he doesn??t notice and instead takes up with her good-for-nothing ??friend.?? He has two business partners robbing him blind, but he doesn??t notice because he??s so devoted to his business. MAN can he dance! Watching him demonstrate the look he wants for the pussycat number, as compared to what the cigar-smoking rehearsal director had arranged (the man looks much more like a bookie than a rehearsal director). . . Cagney is a physical genius, in and out of character. Keeler flaps her feet around and is supposedly really something, but she??s as awkward as a baby chicken trying to fly, her scrawny legs flapping around and her scarecrow arms sticking out wildly. Cagney is liquid music, sound in a body, completely and naturally free. Unlike his troupe of dancing girls??someone is leaking his numbers to the competition, so for three days, while they prep for a big production, an audition of sorts for a contract with the biggest picture-house owner in the country, he shuts everyone in the studio on lockdown??that??s right, fifty dancing girls sleeping on cots in the rehearsal studio, in their pincurls and nighties, running for breakfast. You can??t beat a movie like this; it just doesn??t get better.

Richard H (ru) wrote: This is one of the finest films ever made theres no better way to spend a winter evening than watching this first rate whodunnit, go on trust me youll love it

Dave K (jp) wrote: blair witch meets poltergiest. original idea full of shit flying all over the place. popcorn flying all over the cinema but im just not the biggest fan of horrors7/10