Saath Saath

Saath Saath

The story is about a simple man with high moral values. Avinash (Farookh Shekh) is a poor but self respected guy. His policy is to earn while you learn. He excels in his studies and wishes for an idealistic society to live in. He wants to change the world with truth and simplicity. Movie has beautiful Gazals from Jagjit Singh and Chitra Singh

Avinash, an M.A. student, is an idealistic young man with socialist views and stern principles. He is not affected by materialistic nature of his generation and strongly opposes acquiring ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Genevive L (ru) wrote: Even just to compare with the original: La Grande Sduction (Seducing Dr Lewis).

Melissa H (mx) wrote: A bunch of scenes that will leave you saying, "meh."

Cassandra M (au) wrote: I can't recall the last time a film had such a visceral impact on me. Coming out of the cinema after watching "London to Brighton" I felt my senses reeling and the adrenalin pumping as if I had just stepped off a particularly fiendish theme park ride.There's a grim nastiness running throughout this story, interwoven with a thin thread of maternal compassion. Life is hard and hopeless for these people. They have few choices open to them. Their environment is sordid and gloomy. Even the seaside resort of Brighton is cold, windy and desolate.But what lifts the audience out of what might otherwise be a depressing experience is the storyline which builds excitement and fear to the point where my friend felt he had to get up and actually leave the auditorium! Without revealing the plot, I can say that had he stayed, the final scene ? which in no way strays from the noir ? would have rewarded his perseverance.The cast turn in convincing performances and Georgia Groome is excellent as the young runaway.

Westly R (gb) wrote: I find it both shallow and pedantic. 4 stars. Myeah

Matt D (br) wrote: 40 minutes into this I was thinking ughhhh hurry up. I'd already made my mind up and It wasn't a good review. The first 50 odd minutes felt like a series of mediocore short films tacked together into a feature. However as I entered the last 40 minutes I did start to feel a connection with Anna (Asia Argento) I'm not sure if it's because I truly believe that Asia is one of the hottest women I have ever laid eyes on. I don't care what people say she is sex sex sex. In a strange way in the first few scenes when I saw her acting ultra slutty I felt this strange big brother feeling for her, like I was losing respect, weird I know, it could have been all the paint I huffed before I watched. Overall I felt the story and the supporting cast were sludge, but Asia alone made this a least bearable for me, her performance and the way she moves on screen had something very compelling. It was in essence a tragic story, and with a well written script and a few better performances it could have been an amazing film.

Thomas B (gb) wrote: ****'Sunshine' is a terrific sci-fi entry from Danny Boyle, who seems to be able to do basically every genre there is. It's got an interesting premise, good performances, and an ending that suddenly changes the genre to a horror movie, which is both a good and bad thing.

Hannah D (it) wrote: I wasn't crazy about the storyline, and it failed to move me emotionally, but there were some watchable moments.

gary t (it) wrote: WOW....BRILLIANT...AMAZING...GENIUS.....UNDERRATED...FANTASTIC....THIS IS SUCH A FANTASTIC MOVIE 2 WATCH.....its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie....i think that jason lively, steve marshall, jill whitlow, tom atkins, wally taylor, play good roles/parts throughout this movie.....i think that the director of this horror/sci-fi/fantasy/comedy movie had done a great job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.....its got good special effects throughout this movie.......its got a good soundtrack throughout this this is such a really really underrated movie 2 watch but it is such a fantastic movie 2 watch.......its got a great cast throughout this movie.....Director Fred Dekker originally wanted to shoot the film in black and white. He included every B movie cliche he could think of and insisted on directing the script himself. The script was written in a week.Night of the Creeps was released August 22, 1986. The domestic gross was $591,366 across 70 theaters. Home video The film was released on VHS and Laserdisc in 1986 by HBO/Cannon Video. Some of these feature the theatrical ending only. The DVD and Blu-ray was released on October 27, 2009 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and contain the original ending along with some special features.Alternate ending Though not shown theatrically upon its original release, the original ending showed Chris and Cynthia standing in front of the burning sorority house, then moved to the street where police cars race down the street. The charred and 'zombified' Cameron is shuffling down the street when he suddenly stops and falls to the ground. His head explodes and the slugs scamper out and head into a cemetery, as the spaceship from the beginning of the film has returned with the aliens intending to retrieve their experiment, proposing a sequel. This original ending is on the official DVD and Blu-ray release of the film, and can be seen in some television broadcast versions of the film, some US VHS copies, and on bootleg DVD this is such an underrated movie 2 watch but it is such a fantastic movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie it is such a brilliant movie 2 is such a really enjoyable movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this is such a really underrated movie 2 watch but it is so brilliant movie 2 watch, its so so so funny movie 2 watch......

Bailey B (br) wrote: Dude, SNOOP D-O-DOUBLE G acting. In a movie. That doesn't have gangsters. Or weed (maybe).

Patrick B (us) wrote: Not Cassavete's best, but well worth a look. It gets uncomfortably meta-fictional at times (Cassavetes' rambling about himself as a minor, unsympathetic character) which doesn't gel well with the surrounding virtues of his films: grungy realism, strong psychological portraits and grandiose--but conversational--scenes. Perhaps he was trying to work on new levels: a play-within-the-film titled "The Other Woman" referring to the character's status as an ex-wife, her aging personality, the "ghost" of the actress that plays her, etc. One example of its self-aware themes. But they integrate a little awkwardly at times with the aforementioned virtues. And here, even the virtues are nearly exhausted! (The improvisational ending scene feels awkward and undeserving of its place in the narrative.) But when it's good it's really good (nearly all performances are stellar), and it gives me one more reason to love the "father of independent filmmaking".

Greg W (jp) wrote: great steamy melodrama

Jacob B (ag) wrote: With a main lead anyone can get behind, fantastic action and a thrilling score from our Lord John Williams, Harrison Ford's Indiana Jones truly deserves it's place among the classics.A+

Jayakrishnan R (jp) wrote: 35%Saw this on 2/7/16Videodrome starts well, it could have been many things: a social allegory or a potent observation of violence in society, but instead David Crorenberg had to go way up into his asshole with the totally unnecessary body horror cliches. Drome feels like the most senseless body horror film from Crorenberg.

Chris B (fr) wrote: I really dislike this movie. I thought the editing was really bad and none of the characters work for me. I did not like the way Miles Teller played his character.