After a bitter divorce from her Kolkata-based husband, Binita Sen re-locates to live in Modern Society, Navi Mumbai, along with her resentful daughter, Nitya. She is soon befriended by a kitty-party group consisting of Jasbeer Brar, Anita Jethmalani, Dilnavaz Noorani, Parimal Bhosle, Lata Kodialbal, and Sania Noorani, whose primary interest appears to be a daytime soap featuring modern characters of two lovers, Kunti and Arjun. Binita gets hired as a teacher, while Nitya gets a job at a call-center, MacMillan & Modi, through stock broker Feroz Sethna and Ritesh Jethmalani respectively. While Nitya gets attracted to Ritesh, she is a little dejected after she finds he has a steady girlfriend in Kirti Wagaskar.
Blake P (gb) wrote: "Crimer d'Amour" is a slick, twisted, and classy thriller that is a terrific swan song from veteran French director Alain Corbeau. Like most of his films, "Crime d'Amour" is well-directed and intelligent, and though there's moments of melodrama, you can't deny how enteraining this film is, which includes revenge, murder, and romance. We get an inside look into the life of Isabelle Guerin (Ludivine Sagnier), the protege of powerful company exec Christine (Kristin Scott Thomas). The two eventually strike up an unlikely friendship, but it's often marred when Christine takes the credit for many of Isabelle's ideas. Isabelle shakes it off-- but after beginning an affair with Christine's boyfriend (Mille), things get a bit messy, and the two friends become enemies. After things get a bit too out of hand, Isabelle's intentions begin to turn quite a bit deadly-- with Christine as her target. Throughout the twists and turns of "Crime d'Amour" there isn't one minute that you're bored, and none of the twists are predictable. You have to give credit to Ludivine Sagnier and Kristiin Scott Thomas--Sagnier gives an impressive, potent performance, and Thomas is wonderful as her sadistic employer. They bring what could be a simple crime thriller to life, and are a joy to watch together. Corbeau directs every scene with detail and perfection, and the sharp editing helps the first class setting turn into a crime scene. "Crime d'Amour" is a terrific example of how unpredictable and shocking a thriller has the potential to do. Recommended.
Nathaniel G (gb) wrote: Kept my attention enough with mild comedy, a good weekday movie for me, I'll watch again in the future. A great see for anybody who can relate to the main character I guess, a shy indecisive geek.
B F (fr) wrote: For anyone wanting to learn about, or a fan of, MotoGP. Covers the 2smokers to the big bang 990s. A great film on motorcycle racing.
Jesus H (au) wrote: la vi en el tripletazo de peliculas jajaj
Toby C (us) wrote: It's cheesy, has some good one liners along with a few good action scenes. However it's flaw is that it is all over the place, and is inconsistent on its main focus, causing it to become unclear what it's true mission is about.
Michael S (au) wrote: I must say, i'm not normally the biggest fan of sports films because they normally end up succumbing to genre cliches. Bull Durham has a couple of these cliches, but elevates itself quite a bit by offering up an insightful look at sports, romance, friendship and happiness. Costner, Robbins and Sarandon make for an irresistible cast. A damn fine film from all angles.
Eduardo C (gb) wrote: Incredibly haunting film ( a true story that happened to the film's director as a boy) about a privileged , wealthy, Catholic boarding school for boys in France during World War two. A few new boys arrive rather mysteriously and one stands out immediately for his manners, etiquette, intelligence, creativity, sensitivity, and above all abject humility and appreciation for being there. For the first half hour of the film he is relentlessly bullied but he never complains, so grateful he is for being there. He is bullied because the other boys suspect he is different somehow and/or because of some sort of hazing philosophy. For the most part the bullying against him stops as more and more he impresses the other students with his skills and personality. Eventually , one of the young employees, another boy, gets fired for stealing food to resell on the black market, and in his wrath he snitches on the school to the Gestapo. It turns out the new students are secretly Jewish, and the Gestapo descends with full fury despite the fact, that by now it is certain Germany will lose the war due to the heavy Russian advance. Meanwhile, the exceptional Jewish boy has become, and in a very heartwarming gradual way, best friends with a catholic boy, who we assume represents the future director of this film. 3 boys, along with the head of the school are marched off to die in Auschwitz.
bill s (au) wrote: One of the finest horse racing films ever made and one of the years best.
Bex G (mx) wrote: the funniest carry on.. yes i mean that, ok camping is good and iconic, but this film is just too funny.. Nurse nightingale i love ya, and joan simms with that rubber glove blowing up in her face is timeless..
Adam R (au) wrote: A fabulous comedy classic. It's hard not to love Elle Woods. (First viewing - Summer 2001 in theaters)
Jason M (de) wrote: This film is simple, standard action fare. This is an easy-watching good Hollywood movie. Bradley Cooper is his mediocre best and Robert De Niro is in one of his standard, typical tough character roles...you know, the type you've seen a thousand times before....kind of tired, actually. Nothing particularly poor or spectacular in this flick.
Gimly M (au) wrote: The Western genre is one that has struggled to find its own two feet to stand on in recent years. Jane Got a Gun certainly does not buck that trend. Also I'm pretty sure not a single one of these Wild West folks was American.