Paraya Dhan

Paraya Dhan

Rajjoo alias Rajni lives in a small village in rural India with her father, Govindram, who is a respected gentleman as well as the village Sarpanch. When Rajni comes of age, Govindram ...

Rajjoo alias Rajni lives in a small village in rural India with her father, Govindram, who is a respected gentleman as well as the village Sarpanch. When Rajni comes of age, Govindram ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Umang P (it) wrote: Nicely written. Like the msg it sends out.

Aqeel E (ag) wrote: first one was better

Heather C (fr) wrote: Mads Mikkelson. That's all.

Scott C (es) wrote: A really interesting documentary about the failure of a Terry Gilliam picture to come to fruition.

Matt H (br) wrote: Got to be one of the best films ever made, enjoy the character development from the first film as we follow Frodo Baggins further on his journey into Mordor to destroy the ring. Great depth and new challenges for the protagonist to face, including the reveal of a new powerful army in the Uruk Hai.The introduction to new characters to the franchise is amazing, one of the main being the introduction to Gollum as a main character, great performance from Andy Serkis. Along with King Theoden, a man poisoned by Sauruman to puppeteer the kingdom of Rohan, this introduction raises the stakes of the battle for the ring and the fate of the character. Not to mention the amazing Battle at Helms Deep which not only offers some of the greatest fights, but offers a light amount of comedy to go along with it coming from Legolas and Gimli, enjoyable from start to finish.

James H (gb) wrote: Interesting documentary, poorly compiled though, just random film clips thrown together with no continuity. But the films clips are interesting and it held my interet.

Andrew S (ag) wrote: This Italian thriller often gets lumped in with the giallo films of the period, but it?s really more of a political allegory with some occult elements. Gregory Moore (Jean Sorel) is an American journalist in Prague who is found in a park, seemingly dead, and is taken off to the morgue. His mind, however, is still working; but he is unable to move and cannot communicate to the people around him. He maintains consciousness by trying to remember how he got to where he is. The narrative of his memories plays out with the kind of fatalism that you find in the best films noir, and there is a hauntingly ethereal quality that hangs over the entire film -- perched, like its protagonist, somewhere between life and death. It is not insignificant that writer-director Aldo Lado should have chosen Prague as the setting: the Prague Spring had happened only three years earlier. It was Lado?s first film as a director, but he had been Bertolucci?s assistant on The Conformist (1970) and he surrounded himself here with some of the top talent of the European film scene, such as Giuseppe Ruzzolini (Pasolini?s cinematographer), Ingrid Thulin (one of Bergman?s actresses), and maestro Ennio Morricone, whose chilling score is one of his best.

Adrian F (gb) wrote: The original of the 'Super-Computer Threatens And/Or Takes Over the World' films. A bit dry and obviously somewhat dated, but still a chilling and sinister film. Needless to say I have read the books which are always better!

Peter A (au) wrote: Awesome movie that really exhibits a powerful spirit for us. Kirk's acting is great and the story is very emotional.

Isadore H (ag) wrote: I was expecting a pretty good revenge story, and got something that hit me much deeper than I thought it would. Oldboy is a very dark film, and has some disturbing scenes, it is definitely not for the faint of heart. Perfectly acted, especially by the lead (I'd butcher his name) tense and great pacing throughout. Oldboy is a film that will not be soon forgotten.