An eclectic group of passengers travelling from Delhi to Mumbai aboard the Rajdhani Express has to deal with an unexpected situation.
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Temi A (nl) wrote: I am really impressed with this documentary, not one minute was wasted !Knowledge was just overflowing, i couldn't keep up, I had to pause it every time just to peer review each historical fact, there was less controversy and more solid facts than what I'm used to hearing from Afrocentric influenced studies.One thing that caught me off guard every time I listened, was that it seemed everything historically great ,was claimed to be from Africa. Isn't it just too much and over-proclamation, there was no room for non-african influences.But wow I've learnt so much from this documentary. Great scholars as brilliant director Tariq Nasheed who is also featured on the documentary.
Adnan A (de) wrote: Mani Ratnam put a great deal of effort with his camera-work, aided by beautiful locations. And that is certainly the highlight of the movie. But if he could have focussed a little more on the script and pacing this could have been such a good movie. After a nice start it becomes extremely laborious, the story goes nowhere; as if all the director cared about was to look for the next gorgeous shot. Sure he seems to put in effort at the end to give the movie an unpredictable turn; but it just doesnt work. Also, the movie was a let-down in terms of acting. Abhishek simply over-acted in most of his scenes and Ashwariya was mostly annoying. And the movie's best song, Ranjha, was used poorly; it would've been better had they not used it at all. Overall, despite the nice visuals, Raavan is another disappointment.
Edward C (ru) wrote: Tomorrow, When The War BeganStarring, Catlin Stasey, Rachel Hurd-wood, Lincoln Lewis, Deniz Akedeniz,Christopher Pang,Asheligh Cummings,Andrew Ryan,and Colin Fries.My Review Ellie Linton: Good book? Corrie Mackenzie: Better than the movie. Ellie Linton: Yeah, books usually are.I am not glad i did not read the book to this franchise before seeing the movie cause in the beginning it just seems like another version of Red Dawn,maybe the book had something more to it. But other then that I do think this film is actually great.Eight High school friends in an Australian town go on a retreat in the a part of the mountains they haven't been to that they call Hell. After their weekend is spent there they come home having realized that their town is under siege by another country. They intend to fight back and this were the war for there town back begins.If there are seven books then I honestly think I should read it. This series by the presentation of this film looks better then most teenage young adult novels that are becoming blockbuster franchises. These actors are all independent actors who mostly work in Indie films such as this one. If they keep going with movies like this one I hope to see them in more Indie action flicks. The three actors to me who stand out is lead Catlin Stasey, Christopher Pang, and Rachel Hurd-wood. The character of Ellie is so confident and independent to make sure that her friends stay alive through her integrity,courage,and ferocity. Corrie is much more subtle character she imposes curiousness in her facial expression when it comes to the disaster of knowing their dog is dead, their families gone, and their town under refuge she is curious but in fear and is brave so she can conquer that fear. Lee is the more quiet character who is very intelligent,skilled and has baggage. That baggage being his parents, he doesn't like working with his parents in their restaurant but yet he has to. During the film he falls for Ellie and gets shot but he does it for not only his friend but his family.I felt like if this were me and I was with a group of friends in a part of the mountains and another country took over our town what would we do,fight to our last breath and make a difference or would we put ourselves in shame and accept the disaster, avoid it and let it have it's day? I felt like this would be a conflict not only with my family but with myself. That is what makes this film so great to put yourself in so great a risk for not your country or town but your family.I give Tomorrow, When The War Began a four and a half out of five.
Alex K (us) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.
Tyson P (mx) wrote: pretty slow but well thought out and there are some pretty good ideas here. i liked it and rapaport was pretty good
Ashley B (kr) wrote: A must-see for any lover of theatre.
Daniel S (jp) wrote: Very solid thriller, but on a small scale, and featuring characters working in drab unremarkable jobs, forced to do less than desirable things to get by, that have had to work hard their whole lives and are now forced to use their smarts/resources when a crisis strikes, one of Ejiofor's earlier roles and he shows here why he's a great leading man, Lopez is great as the smarmy villain, and even the Russian guy provides the film's few laughs, it's another hit from director Stephen Frears, def recommend
Bradley N (us) wrote: I loved it as a child, going back to it as an adult it may be as bad as Batman Forever.
F B (ru) wrote: Its a play, not a movie. Not my kind of thing
Lawrence A (es) wrote: this film proved that you only need the true essence of people living to capture a great film.
Carly R (jp) wrote: "Dedicated to my first master, Jean-Pierre Melville." Wonderful.
Willie M (de) wrote: finally after all this time..huge pat conroy fan and reading his stories..
Ken T (ca) wrote: Let's put a top secret lab out in the middle of the Australian outback and then while we're at it mix a little alien DNA and splice some brain matter into a human. Can you say chaos waiting to happen because that is what happen. (Spoiler Alert) The alien human critter is the only thing that survived...This was a slow and painful "B" movie.
Cedric L (it) wrote: Iconic with impressive Hitchcock directing.
Stuart R (au) wrote: A legal drama with 2 of my favourite actors what could go wrong? Actually quite a lot the storyline makes no sense and the pacing is shocking