Paranthe Wali Gali

Paranthe Wali Gali

A romance between a Sikh girl Naina Kaur and a Rajasthan boy Maulik. The feature film will highlight the vibrant culture of a place which was once the hub of life during the Mughal rule.The film has been named after Paranthe Wali Gali, Old Delhi's famous by-lane known for its wide array of tempting paranthas, because the place will be shown as a backdrop of the film.

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Nikki D (ru) wrote: Very funny in places, some of the dialogue was hilarious.

Holly H (mx) wrote: In spite of it's horrible conceptions about modern witchcraft, it's an intriguing film about religious wars, as well as being a modern romantic tragedy. I enjoyed it, but I definitely had to sit at the end and think about whether I liked it, a sure sign of an interesting film.

Eliel L (nl) wrote: El concepto es algo interesante, pero la ejecucin es horriblemente llevado debido a su ridculo guion al igual que las actuaciones son mediocres.

Leon J (it) wrote: Brilliant..Watched with the family.. Very nice..

David M (fr) wrote: Really enjoyed it. Quite touching. /-)

Todd S (ag) wrote: Adult professional wrestling fans aren't stupid, we know wrestling is fake and the outcomes are pre-determined. What none fans don't realize is why we like it. It's the drama, the pageantry, the cheesy stories, the costumes, and most of all the action. Yes, it's pre-determined and choreographed, but you still need to be charismatic and athletic, and night after night these guys put their bodies on the line just for our entertainment. People have been killed and paralyzed doing this, so to anyone who says it's not real and takes no skill, I point to this documentary. Beyond The Mat looks into the lives of these guys outside the ring and show the ancient Terry Funk, whose body has been ravaged from years in the ring. He can barely walk anymore, but still has to get in there and has to do this because it's all he knows and what he loves. Jake "The Snake" Roberts is also featured and he talks about how eight years on the road with WWE and how it made him a neglectful father, a bad husband, and a drug addict. Roberts says between the pain and the constant moving around he could never have done it without drugs! Finally, they look at Mick Foley AKA Mankind, Dude Love, Cactus Jack and show how he's this normal family man and while his family knows it's for show, how much they worry. In the last 30 years, hundreds of pro-wrestlers have died under the age of 45, most of them due to the physical trauma they've put their bodies through or the dependence on drugs that has resulted from it. If those were NFL or MLB stars instead, there would be massive reform and congressional intervention, but the truth is no one cares about these guys, except of course their families, friends, and fans. Beyond The Mat is important because it shows just what these guys put on the line and just how little the people at the top care.

Dave J (ca) wrote: Thursday, September 12, 2013 (1998) Cabaret Balkan/ Bure baruta (In Serbian with English subtitles) DRAMA Unbelievably adapted from a stage play written by Dejan Dukovski whose also provided the screenplay. A day in the life of interwoven characters in Belgrade, in which many of the characters would've been arrested right away if those exact same situations were to happen in a First World country. Some of the events expected to be seen here are as follows, A young teenage punk hitting a another persons beetle without a drivers licence; an ex-boxer as an affair with his best friend's wife, a young cab driver shocking revelation to a crippled officer, and another teenager becoming impatient with the bus driver whose taking a coffee break. It is these and more stories which can be handled if their was proper law and order which there isn't making it much harder to identify. 2 out of stars

Stuart K (jp) wrote: Written and directed by Rowdy Herrington, who did Road House (1989), this is a by-the-numbers cop chasing a serial killer murder film. It's an excuse to give it's star the chance to mug around, shooting baddies up and give a wisecrack or two, although most of this is set on a river. It begins in 1991, where Pittsburgh Police Detective Tom Hardy (Bruce Willis) is chasing a serial killer known as the Polish Hill Stranger who has been going around killing women, after a chase of the killer, it ends in a high speed crash where his father Vince (John Mahoney), also a police officer, is killed. After Tom gives evidence against his cousin Sergeant Jimmy Detillo (Robert Pastorelli) for using excessive force against a suspect, Jimmy supposedly commits suicide, and his body is never found. 2 years later, and Tom is now working with the Pittsburgh PD River Rescue, and he's just been assigned a new partner with Jo Christman (Sarah Jessica Parker), who is tough and determined. But, the serial killings start all over again, and the deaths come over a little too close to home for Tom. It's a very silly action film, quite derivative as well. But, it does have moments, but it has a good supporting cast including Dennis Farina and Tom Sizemore. Sadly, Brucie hates the film, and publically apologised for it. Oh, well. :P

Jesse W (fr) wrote: It wants to be more than a typical gangster film but falls right into the trappings of the genre because of failed attempts at portraying the duality of friendship. We see four young guys grow up together and lead different lives. The only interesting friendship is the two tougher friends becoming rival gang leaders, mainly due to the acting of Jang Dong-kun. Anybody that isn't one of these two characters are poorly utilized or acted horribly. The intent is their, and stylistically it's fun to watch, but as a non-Korean I can't imagine this film being anymore than a gateway film to South Korean cinema. Also, I was rather bored. Yep.I must say though that the Koreans never film unexciting violence. They are the masters of large brawls!

Ben H (br) wrote: Perfectly balanced noir melodrama. Probably Bogart's best performance, definitely Gloria Grahame's. Point of interest: Grahame would marry director Nicholas Ray (famous for Rebel Without a Cause) then was famously caught by Ray in bed with his teenage son, who she would marry ten years later.

Kevin O (mx) wrote: A Noir film that adds a twist to the genre by creating an atmosphere of hope, even if the outcome still may be grim. Perhaps personal victory and dignity is whats important here.

Christopher B (it) wrote: The more things change, the more they stay the same. Ninety years may have passed, but we're still using the same language and seeing through the same lenses.

Yehuda B (au) wrote: Rowan Atikinson at his best and the dude that acted as Yanosh Poah from Ghostbusters 2. The feel good movie of 1997!

David S (br) wrote: Pretty good foreign film that had a limited release which is unfortunate because it was rather good. A very character driven film that starts slow but really picks up and twists towards the end. Very underrated

neil L (es) wrote: Mad Max is a great road film. The sequels were dumb

Adam R (es) wrote: A brainless but feel-good movie about two best friends who go back to their high school for a reunion. Mira Sorvino and Lisa Kudrow make an amusing pair. (First and only full viewing - 3/25/2010)

Brad S (mx) wrote: Good cast wasted, not as funny as the original. I like the chemistry between Estevez and Dreyfuss in the first film, it just doesn't work this time around. Dennis Farina is always fun to watch though.