Geeta, a five-year old orphan of Seva-Kunj, gets adopted by wealthy Asha and Ashok Gupta, believes them to be her missing birth parents, and moves in with them in their palatial house. She ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pyar Ki Pyas
Geeta, a five-year old orphan of Seva-Kunj, gets adopted by wealthy Asha and Ashok Gupta, believes them to be her missing birth parents, and moves in with them in their palatial house.
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Deepak M (ca) wrote: This is the first movie from Uruguay that I'm watching. Really sweet movie with an ending I loved. Great performance by Horacio Camandule. [Language: Spanish]
Mason P (au) wrote: Good, but overall kind of a waste of time.
Don S (de) wrote: I like exorcism movies, but this one offers nothing that hasn't been done before. The story is lackluster and the effects are only fair. Nothing to see here.
Peyton C (es) wrote: With any sequel, you can just hope for the best and I am glad to say that American Pie 2 delivered the goods. Seann William Scott is better in this than the first, they also gave Natasha Lyonne a lot more to do. All in all, American Pie 2 is a more than satisfying sequel to an already great original.
Kelly A (mx) wrote: I thought it was awesome! (Brad Renfro, James Franco, and Matt Dillon were great in it, too.)
Jessica H (br) wrote: Alyssa Milano successfully sheds her child actor image by going with nudity in a film not worth watching.
Matt M (ag) wrote: Bertolucci explores the Buddhist culture in a film about a Seattle kid who is pointed out as the reincarnation of a Lama teacher. Parallel to this storyline, episodes of the life of the Siddhartha are shown. Little Buddha is quite disappointing, with its slow pace and its clumsiness in mixing the two storylines together. The art direction still makes it a visual treat, but a greater spiritual and dramatic depth which was badly needed is ultimately severely lacking.
Martin T (au) wrote: All of the stories are pretty good, except the fourth which involves some villagers making a whole lot of fuss over where they can bury their dead. My favorite was the third, about a potter who gets himself stuck in a jumbo-sized olive oil jar. I also thought the epilogue was incredibly beautiful. It's all very well done, and the music by Nicola Piovani is majestic and sublime. A little on the slow side, perhaps, but an improvement of the self-conscious Night of the Shooting Stars.
Senor C (us) wrote: Garry Marshall may have given us some great TV comedy his foye into film wasn't always as successful. Young Doctors in Love is one of those cases. Easily R rated sitcom material the jokes are hit & mostly miss even sorta scrapping that Zucker level that will make you groan instead of cracking a smile. It's one of those films that you throw as much against the wall & see what sticks. It's very lucky to have a good cast that does more w/ the material then it rightfully deserves. Personally I got the most enjoyment out of Harry Dean Stanton, Hector Elizondo & Dabney Coleman. They are really the comic gold in this film that tries so hard to win you over. It's a strange mix of dead pan & zany comedy w/ a mix of romance that doesn't always work. Could have stood to go through another rewrite but the sugar boobies were appreciated especially from Coleman's Xmas gift from his staff...I wish that someone thought as much of me to give me such a holiday gift
Scott M (ag) wrote: "Our god is an Indian, who turns into a werewolf."
Robert H (us) wrote: Brendan Gleeson is great in this. I think we all know more about Churchill during this period than before or after the war, so it wasn't that interesting...but entertaining due to Gleeson's performance.
Brian P (ru) wrote: See Sylvester Stallone as you've never seen him, an out-of-shape sheriff of a fictional town in New Jersey where dirty NYC cops go to live. A series of events leads Stallone's character to question his role as an enabler and force him to action. An Internal Affairs detective played by Robert Deniro, who is out to bring down the ring of dirty cops led by Harvey Keitel, provides a conscience for Stallone's character. Great cast includes the likes of Ray Liota, John Patrick, John Spencer, Peter Berg, Cathy Moriarity, and Michael Rappaport to name a few.