Natobar, like any other typical Bengali lad, wants to be a poet. He is unsuccessful in all his attempts while dabbling with poetry. Rabindranath Tagore visits him in his sleep and gives him... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Natobar, like any other typical Bengali lad, wants to be a poet. He is unsuccessful in all his attempts while dabbling with poetry. Rabindranath Tagore visits him in his sleep and gives him...
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Erika I (br) wrote: Best film in the Ice Age series.
Akhilesh D (de) wrote: A promising trailer delivered with a painfully shallow plot-line and this is coming from a VERY serious zombie genre fan. Bits of comedy makes the movie bearable but overused punch lines and obvious explanation of certain scenes totally ruins the experience.
Michael V (nl) wrote: Fantastic zombie movie with a heart-wrenching story and great acting. Definitely worth watching
Velmina C (au) wrote: Not really as i expected it to be...
Cara J (it) wrote: Got to see some pretty cool planes for sure! Movie was a bit slow and really didn't need to be 2 hours long, but was still a good show. Most definitely a show for the whole family.
m h (br) wrote: Dont get me wrong. This is not a typical sellers film. It is however a one off opportunity to see a portrayal of the real sellers. The film is quirky and strangely watchable with some of the weirdest script " I want to lick your knees". A must for sellers fans
Cita W (ru) wrote: Gary Cooper was so old here, he should be Audrey Hepburn's Santa Claus instead of her lover.
Jonathan B (ca) wrote: A saccharine sweet 1950s musical biopic starring Danny Kaye as the Danish author. It bears no resemblance to Andersen's actual life and actually makes very little sense. In it, Andersen leaves his village home and heads off, with young male companion, to seek his fortune, cobbling in Copenhagen. He gets arrested for climbing on the king's stature but is promptly released in order to minister to the cobbling needs of a ballerina with whom he immediately falls hopelessly in love. Said ballerina is married to the choreographer and has no interest in Andersen but the wordsmith writes the story of The Little Mermaid for her as a token of his love. This gets performed as a ballet but Andersen misses the opening performance as he is locked in a cupboard. After he is let out, Andersen and his chum go back to their village and sing to the kids. The movie is peppered with some catchy enough tunes although the scene where Danny Kaye sings The Ugly Duckling to a seriously ill little boy does feel a a trifle unkind and non-PC these days. I have to say, Kaye is the bright spark in this movie and makes it bearable but this is a badly dated, poorly plotted and rather unsatisfactory bit of nonsense.
Jack B (ag) wrote: ok corral well done.
Aaron G (ru) wrote: It's fun to watch Spielberg's style take shape in this otherwise un-Spielbergian type of movie.