This movie is about the tawaif Sahibjaan (Meena Kumari), who is born to a courtesan, Nargis (also Meena Kumari). After being spurned by her lover Shahabuddin's (Ashok Kumar) family, Nargis is driven to a graveyard where she gives birth to Sahibjaan secretly. Nargis dies during childbirth and her sister Nawabjaan (Veena)- a brothel madam - brings her up as her own. Unable to break away from the vicious circle, Sahibjaan grows up to be a beautiful and popular dancer/singer. Forest ranger Salim Ahmed Khan (Raaj Kumar), enthralled by her beauty and innocence, eventually convinces her to elope with him, which she does. But trials and tribulations await Sahibjaan as she is recognized by men wherever she goes in the company of Salim.
Jovanna F (nl) wrote: This was very good, funny & great way of sharing our history!
John P (us) wrote: This film is incredible! Definitely one of the most painful tragedies imaginable, but also one of the best illustrations of true forgiveness that I've seen in my whole life. The grace shown by the families in this film is so clearly God's grace, providing the power to heal like no other way in the world. If you've ever been bitter about anything, you've got to see this film. It will blow you away!
Marischa B (mx) wrote: Imagine taking movies with some genuine quality and humor and copying everything and making it all flat,turgid, and OTT, welcome to the horribly titled 18 Year Old Virgin.Full of the kind of humor that makes even 9th graders groan rather than laugh and without any smarts whatsoever this is one of the most unenjoyable films I have seen in a long time.Every opportunity to flash some T&A is taken, but my reaction was so what, and it is a movie that aims to be the most sexist, and definitely not the sexiest, movie of all time.Of the 117 votes cast as I write this 33.3% gave this 10 (err... note to publicity department, flack is OK - but let's keep it less blatant next time...OK?) and a stunning 30% gave this a ONE.... ooops!I'm sure there is an audience for this, who knows maybe it'll be someone's favorite ever movie - but more than a horrible, horrible plot and a dreadful script is the damn awful acting where lines are delivered without any attempt to get us involved.It all looks like an attempt to steal your money though oooh isn't it sexy, believe no it's not, avoid like the plague.....please.
Eric H (ag) wrote: This was a period piece nicely depicting the lavish hotel setting at the base of the mountain.A truely gripping film about two German and two Austrian climbers scaling the north face of Eiger. One for all to see, protraying love, courage, and a test of true human character.
Samih M (fr) wrote: Great movie...does a good job in depicting the political (religious) turmoil the country went (going) through
Darren C (gb) wrote: it did rain kind of hard didn't it
Kristen W (ca) wrote: Generally I like Fassbinder, but this movie was BORING.
Miriam G (br) wrote: An incredible movie: nigh flawless, a rightful classic.
David H (es) wrote: Another Amusing Romantic Comedy directed by the Master Ernst Lubitsch about Fredric March & Gary Cooper as Two Writers who fall in Love with the same Woman played by the lovely Miriam Cooper who twist up their Heads and is torn between having Fun with them and marry a Solid Citizen to live a Sober Life. She is also critizing the Books of their Fellas in Love and always rate them Rotten.
Bobby D (it) wrote: A solid follow up to the first film, my thoughts while watching is Hogwarts is a very dangerous school. A bazillion ways to die. You'd think they relocate the school, to somewhere safer, like Alcatraz.
Ryan M (de) wrote: Funny road trip film with a great soundtrack. Very unique film for Clooney.
Leonard D (it) wrote: Oh wow! More hilarious blood and guts in a circus of death!
Nate W (ag) wrote: has some great gore scenes, but the plot is really muddled. dolph has done better
Brad S (ag) wrote: - Enjoyed it just as much the 2nd time, highly recommended!- I really enjoyed this one. it is definitely over-sentimental and melodramatic, but the performances won me over. Both Stamp and Redgrave are outstanding and I really enjoyed Arterton who I think has a big career out of her. one of my faves this year, and reminded me of a fave from last year, "The Best exotic marigold hotel". Give this one a shot!