Ganga Singh lives near Gangotri with her brother, Karam. One day she comes to the assistance of a young man, Narendra Sahay, who has come with a group of Calcutta-based college students to study the source of the holy river Ganga, and to get some holy water for his wheelchair-bound paternal grandma. Both are attracted to each other, and on the next Puran Mashi get married, and spend the night in close intimacy. Narendra leaves, but promises Ganga that he will be back soon. Months go by, but he does not return. She gives birth to a son, and as soon she is able to, she starts her journey to Alipor, Calcutta, to confront Narendra and ensure a better future for their son.
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Janet C (mx) wrote: Too bad the movie is too short to tell a man's life and focus too much on love, but I'm still giving an extra star for the fine actors. Here's hoping the other YSL movie could do just a bit better....even if their actors seem to be not as good in the resemblance department.
Wes S (jp) wrote: The film plays out with the generally good approach of 'world seems normal while zombies start to rise' and before long becomes another zombie-kill fest. Except this one takes place in a strip club, so already the taste of the film takes a major fall. The acting is surprisingly better than it should have been, as the plot is missing and the make-up is cheap. It's ultimately the film you'd expect it to be- cheap, trashy, and silly. Not one of Full Moon's more finest moments.
Matt H (ru) wrote: I thought the story was really awesome. Greg Kinear was outstanding. The 4 year old kid was a little awkward but not to bad.
Harry W (fr) wrote: The Lost Boys: The Tribe is a weak rehash of the same plot used in the original Lost Boys. The acting is sub-par, the script is weak and the film no way is as good as the original. However, by Direct-to-DVD standards this is a decent vampire movie. Nothing really to do with The Lost Boys aside from Corey Feldman's brief role, but it's better than the average modern-day horror film. At least it has MTV style to it and some occassional decent action. So it ain't really a Lost Boys film, but rather just a vampire flick.
Jon F (it) wrote: a funny documentary wherein people share their stories about being fired and life experiences.
thomas G (gb) wrote: An lightweight scammer from LA South Central winds up in a beleaguered Irish town that held a contest, and neither the young, black American nor the townspeople can believe their fate. Yet each is willing to give the other a chance, and this spirit of cooperation is kept alive by a lively and lovely Irish lass, played by Anna Friel. The premise is a stretch, a huge stretch, and despite a good cast and great performances, the unfolding story leaves you wishing the writer had tried harder to make it work. There are funny moments, and some good cross-cultural gags, but it isn't ever going to add up. It isn't that you couldn't have a story with these hugely dissimilar cultures mashed up into a hit, it's just that it would take better writing than this treatment got. Eddie Griffin has some real talent, but Friel's performance really shines.
Hikaru S (fr) wrote: This moive good, i give it a 10 for its animation, story and some dialoge. I have see the orginial (non-US Release) it was way better, as for the US, to heavy edited and dialoge that doen't fit some seens.
Derrick C (ag) wrote: Mr Nanny embarks on a small minded quest to be one of the most atrocious films on the planet. With annoying children, a wrestler trying to relive his glory days and Buster Poindexter. Mr Nanny incorporates every possible stereotype and is only a must see for the most hardcore Hulk Hogan fans. Key moments include Hulk Hogan wearing a tutu, Buster Poindexter being launched into outer space, an odd incident with Hulk Hogan and what is supposed to be a model of a rocket, and screaming, yelling, and more screaming.
Ryan C (ca) wrote: One of my favorites. Mothra is a tad bit overrated in my opinion but I always liked the movies she appeared in. This is no exception. The battles were shot great (just like the one before it) and it just feels right. You can't miss this one.
Bryan P (ru) wrote: in czech; sort of silly, but not completely meaningless, like godard. very, very good.
Akshay M (br) wrote: Driving Miss Daisy is a touching, funny and utterly heart-warming drama, despite being slow it's still quite splendid thanks to the terrific screenplay and amazing performance by Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy.
JB B (au) wrote: I think I'm not the only one who's getting a little tired of the sports movie genre that we are seeing over and over again. While McFarland USA is definitely a clichd sports movie, it's probably one of the better ones that I've seen in recent memories. The movie's about Jim White (Kevin Costner) who became the head coach of a cross country team in small high school in a small town filled with Mexican immigrants. I think what makes this movie stand apart from the other films is that the main characters, mainly the runners, are some of the most likable people. They have a very charismatic energy to them and they're really fun to see them interact with each other and their coach. It also helps that each one has a good amount of depth to them as well as we can see some of their personal dramas that they go through without being too heavy handed. This is well-shot film as they were able to make California a very good looking place and the music has a really cool Mexican vibe to it. Unfortunately, because it's a sports movie some of the plot points of the films were 100% predictable, especially at the last third of the movie, especially when some of the drama scenes felt forced at times. But overall, I think this is a really good film that I believe anyone can enjoy. Of course there are better sports movies out there but as is, it's worth checking out.
Joshua L (es) wrote: I liked it enough but I doubt I'd watch it again.
Sanjay T (mx) wrote: Uneven gun porn is meh...
Deston N (br) wrote: It's as though the scriptwriter handed the keys over to a 12 year old and said, "Here, you finish it!" What a horrible, horrible waste of time.