Beautiful Meena lives a wealthy lifestyle along with her widowed dad, Thakur, in a small town in India. When her dad hires a new Manager, Rajesh, she and her friend, Taruna, decide to tease him and make him believe that both are in love with him. He finds out and pretends that he has fallen in love with both. As a result both women end up falling in love with him with the Thakur ready to permit Meena to wed with him. Acrimony sets in between Meena and Taruna when Meena makes it clear that she wants Rajesh for herself as well as reminds her that her marriage has been finalized with their Contractor, Lala Bhagatram, when Taruna was a child. Then Rajesh is assaulted by some men and his mother, Shanti, attends to look after him. It is her presence that will not only unleash a dark secret from their past, which included a murder, but also lead to another homicide.
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Andy T (de) wrote: While it certainly has charms and a good message as well as a great performance from Elizabeth Olsen, Liberal Arts just does not have the compelling or relatable characters that are required in any good romantic comedy to pull off its interesting story.
Joanna B (es) wrote: Truth in time How would you live if the tick of your phosphorescent death clock tattoo was constantly about to expired? Void of decades, years, months or weeks; if you were down to merely days, minutes and seconds, what would you consider important? In Time is a fascinating philosophical allegory in which time is money in the most guttural sense. In similar Sci-fi vein to director Andrew Niccol's 1997 futuristic Gattaca, the power vacuum of society is divided by means. Time is a commodity that few can afford; but greed is good and the human desire for immortality is ever present. In the near future, humans have been genetically altered. Life expectancy is no longer in the hands of fate as people are now engineered to automatically stop aging at 25, and receive merely one bonus year in which to obtain more time or there personal clocks will expire. To keep order, citizens are divided into time zones according to their means. In the working-class ghetto of Dayton, Will Salas (Justin Timberlake) is a slave to minimum wage. Surviving hour-to-hour, four minutes is a steep price for a cup of coffee and the 28 year old must always run against the bright green life-expectancy timer imbedded in his forearm.Will and his 25 year-old-looking (but 50 year-old-actual) mother Rachel (Olivia Wade) struggle in debt and must pool their bare hours to pay for a decent lunch and crippling loan repayments. Scheduled to meet later, the two embark on what seems like a normal day against the grind, until Will walks into a bar and meets a mysterious stranger Henry (Matt Bomer).Carelessly flashing over a centaury on his clock, Henry is an easy target for those renegades who refuse to work for extra time opting to steal it instead, the minute men. Will selflessly intervenes to protect Henry; however the suicidal 105-year-old still jumps from a bridge but not before secretly transferring his time to Will and exposing the truth behind the illusive time scale. As prices surprisingly jump again, will rushes to share the bonus with his mother but is too late when her clock expires seconds from his touch. Disillusioned, Will and his newly acquired fortune pay the tolls to cross into the riches time zone barrier of New Greenwich to challenge and crumple the corrupt system. Attempting to blend in, Will engages in a high-stakes poker game with worth-eons-of-time wealthy business tycoon Philippe Weis (Vincent Kartheiser). After shocking those at the table with his unusually cavalier betting, Philippe introduces Will to Sylvia (Amanda Seyfried). Clearly smitten, Will is unsure if Sylvia is Philippe's wife, mother or daughter due to the human condition, but the rebellious Sylvia is observant and can see Will is one of the born to privilege as he claims and engages his advances. Will's unusual behaviour raises suspicion and he is quickly accosted by Timekeeper Raymond Leon (Cillian Murphy). Unable to explain how he lawfully acquired the 100-plus years, Will is charged with the murder and theft of Henry's time. However, perpetual survivor Will is not willing to surrender, Kidnapping Sylvia the duo re-enter the ghetto but outrunning the timekeepers, minutemen and his own clock, Will has many obstacles. Can his hostage-turned-accomplice adapt to her new lifestyle? Can he find a way to expose the systems flaws without causing more harm than good?Although it contains some wonderfully crisp visuals and flashes of theoretical brilliance, the movie falls flat; lacking internal cohesion, underdeveloped potential variables and emotional investment. Incredibly surface-oriented the contrived plot points are plagued by unanswered questions. The screenplay is muddied by cringe-worthy dialogue, a lack of direction and the feeling of filmmakers being rushes to end something that lost any semblance of meaning. Timberlake continues to demonstrate his true acting ability; Seyfried seems completely out of her depth away form her usual romantic dramas and lacks chemistry with Timberlake, Kartheiser doesn't fit well in the stuff shirt character, whilst Murphy always manages to deliver his interesting screen presence.The Verdict: Scientists may have figured out how to stop ageing and the key to immortal life, but avarice is also forever. If time is what people will murder for, I would rather age than leave a mint condition corpse.Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 04/11/2011
Lee M (de) wrote: What's most stunning about Break, beyond its pitifully amateurish production values and badly choreographed fight sequences, is that it actually has name actors in it.
John O (ag) wrote: Movie number sevenPlot Amy, reporter takes on story which may cost her her soulGreat plot and this time different again Lots of blood in this Special and visual effects and creature makeup where great I Enjoyed this one too worthwhile watching
Hannah L (es) wrote: Curious to see what it would be like
Liesl E (br) wrote: The plot of this movie is ridiculous and the climax is laughable, but I love it anyway. Kenneth Branagh and Emma Thompson were such a great couple.
Kathryn V (ca) wrote: If you have info on this film please let me know.
Hatem A (ru) wrote: 3.0/4.0The movie that placed Woody Allen (who is his usual triple threat here) in the spotlight is original (even by today's standards), silly, absurd and funny at times but overall a watchable experience with some deep messages about democracy and personal freedoms.Allen stars ?as Fielding Mellish, a neurotic product tester who meets and falls for activist Nancy (ex-wife Louise Lasser). When she dumps him, he goes to visit third world, Latin American country San Marcos that is trying to rid itself of another autocratic leader. His visit sees him entangled in the political situation more than he can handle.From an opening presidential assassination scene with a boxing commentator (who also re-appears in the final scene) to a courtroom sequence with J Edgar Hoover as you have never seen him before, Allen's attempt at slapstick (influenced to an extent by the Marx Brothers) isn't at par with his later works but still feels fresh after all these years and mirrors the best and even the most original of current farces.
Tom D (au) wrote: One of my favourite films - a perfect cast, great cinematography, fantastic use of colour and space. Hard to beat.
Jim L (ca) wrote: Well... pretty typical of a 1944 movie. Some good moments, but mostly hokey moments. Also I have a feeling this is a very romanticized version of the true story of Buffalo Bill. The guy was a pretty big deal in his day, though.
Shawn M (kr) wrote: Perfection comes in all different forms. This is one of them.