After the passing of their parents Bombay-based Bishen Chand Gupta takes it upon himself to raise his younger brother, Kishen. He arranges for his education in Ahmedabad. While Kishen is ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pyaar Ka Saagar
After the passing of their parents Bombay-based Bishen Chand Gupta takes it upon himself to raise his younger brother, Kishen. He arranges for his education in Ahmedabad. While Kishen is ...
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Tre R (fr) wrote: A little dumb and rushed at times, Batman: assault on Arkham seems to be fan service for both the comic book fans and for the teenage boys watching it. Some of the charters are completely useless, like that communist that even got his own title card and everything that dies in less than half an hour into the film. And the plot has to revolve around batman not the side-characters this film was made to showcase, the dubbing of the animation can be terrible at worst and bad at best. But with that said the fight scenes are cool and the story is creative. all in all this is an OK movie worth checking out.
Rae K (gb) wrote: Filled with emotion and solid acting. Some story pot holes and a disappointing lack luster ending for what could have been a strong movie. The idea was there, the execution was rocky. Still an enjoyable watch if you can look past its flaws.
Dig B (gb) wrote: we know its a rip off. but for some reason the songs are better than high school musical
Charles H (gb) wrote: Great concept, beautiful cast...hated the ending.
Michelle C (br) wrote: What could have been a very cute romantic comedy, ala my big fat greek wedding, turned out to not be very comedic nor very romanitc. The male lead was a moron and I cared less for him, and the female lead didn't make sense in falling for him. Oh well. The older true italians in the movie were the best parts - which accounted for maybe 10 minutes out of the 103 too many.
Simon D (it) wrote: very short film with lots of potential but not enough time. It's about a scummy irresponsible single mother who risks having all sorts of trouble land on her and her kids just to go on a date with a sketchy bloke. It would be a great film if it were an hour longer but it does give you enough information to imagine various outcomes. It's not really a story in it's own right though.
Davey M (it) wrote: Really, really awful production values, some cringe-worthy moments of alleged comedy. The performers are invested in the material, and, if they hit some false notes along the way, it's still nice to see that much devotion and sincerity in a project.
Wayne K (br) wrote: The Brown Bunny is one of the dullest, most pretentious, egotistical and thoroughly uninspired big screen vanity projects I've ever witnessed. Say what you like about Tommy Wiseau, and many people often do, but at least The Room was entertaining in a bizarre, so-bad-it's-good kind of way. If you want a taste of what Vincent Gallo's snooze fest consists of, go out and buy a camera, strap it to the dashboard of a van and drive around aimlessly for an hour and a half. Afterwards, edit out anything even remotely interesting and voil, The Brown Bunny! Clueless, incompetent directing, an excruciatingly benign script, paper-thin characters, zero plot and a director/writer/producer/star who is so in love with his own face that we must endure it's every angle in countless close-ups. If only he put as much effort into this movie as he did into indulging his own vanity. Avoid this like the plague!
Danjel H (br) wrote: It has some things going for it, I chose to watch because of Lena Olin who I loved in Alias. However this film is very very generic. It also reinforces how 'better' TV series (like Alias) are suited to consipiracy type stories - the longer run time gives you so much more character development and attachment.
TiFfAnY H (au) wrote: im watching this right now YAAAAAAAWN not impressed
Shawn S (au) wrote: Just as funny and gruesome as I remember it.
Michael O (mx) wrote: And final destination thinks its original, ha! Original and creepy top to bottom.
Julio P (de) wrote: (although it says here it was released in 2003, this was actually made in the 70's). Made when the world still had some innocence, this is a truly cute story of a little girl and her panda.
Joseph P (fr) wrote: OK actions scenes, with OK actors, with a generic story line that has parts based within a true story. Not the greatest war movie out there - that's for certain.
Jamie J (es) wrote: A nice little spin off from the legendary 90's Batman animated series. Mystery of the Batwoman maintains the shows unique neo-Gothic styling, 40's style architecture combined with more modern technology. It's a shame though that the story cannot keep up with the fantastic animation. I found the general mystery of the titular Batwoman to be pretty uninteresting, especially with how unsympathetic I felt about the options for just who she could be. It is however nice to have both Penguin and an intelligent version of Bane in as villains among the countless nameless goons. Mystery of the Batwoman is a nice watch, but feels a little too much like an extended episode of the TV series. Not sure how I feel about that bizarre 007 esque theme tune either.
Jane L (us) wrote: Awful. Simply awful.
Jeff W (au) wrote: predictable and an entire scene ripped off from "The Good Ole Summertime" but mildly enjoyable. Enough to pass a low key evening at home.
Hayden H (us) wrote: SWOP is a fresh take on a tired formula but while it does bring fresh ideas and like able leads, the film never brings a new enough feel to really call it "completely" original. With films like Friends with Benefits or No Strings Attached, you'd think this film would try hard to not be almost like them. The best thing about the film is Jason's and Allison's chemistry is what makes the movie in every form."B-" is my final grade
Shamylla v (us) wrote: An unusual film that portrays itself as a comedy, though falls flat in it's objective. However when I watched the film (with absolutely no expectations, as I had read a lot of negative reviews) I saw a film that cleverly appears to capture a small piece of the writing world. Styled as a documentary, the film shows in an enjoyable manor that writing is not all it is cracked up to be, just like life.