In a small town, situated in a picturesque Indian valley, lives a corrupt Deputy collector, Hare Murari, an equally corrupt Police Superintendent, Pasupathi; a doctor; a Judge; & Professor ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In a small town, situated in a picturesque Indian valley, lives a corrupt Deputy collector, Hare Murari, an equally corrupt Police Superintendent, Pasupathi; a doctor; a Judge; & Professor ...
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Bronwen M (de) wrote: Not what I expected. Beautiful and very real.
Matt H (ag) wrote: A great high energy slap stick comedy, nothing more and nothing less. Lots of laughs, a great way to spend 2 hours.
Carlos M (jp) wrote: A seminal classic of horror by master Alfred Hitchcock, with some of the most memorable iconic scenes in the history of Cinema. Tense, horrific and a superb lesson in filmmaking, it offers well-constructed characters, a lot of revealing dialogue and a huge regard for details.
LayBones (kr) wrote: i seen it in my art class. the story of Artemisia Gentileschi, is interesting.
Jessy M (nl) wrote: that was nerve wraking
Garrett C (nl) wrote: The film is more cute than funny now, but it's a wonderful time capsule of an era right before it was completely over. Marion Davies's performance is superb. It certainly anticipates Lucille Ball's "Lucy" in facial expressions. There's some cool cameo appearances from the likes of Chaplin, Fairbanks, Gilbert, Hart, and Vidor himself too.
Frances H (ca) wrote: Pretty good suspense flick, but for a little girl who was so smart, Megan didn't show too many brains in the very end. And, how did the kidnapper, Soneji, get a security clearance to be around the Russian president's son anyway, without killing a real teacher of the same name and taking his place. No mention that he did that, although the latex handprint suggested it.
Louise B (us) wrote: This was a cute movie. I think it was probably very risque in it's time. It had a lot of sexual innuendo that you just don't see in movies from this time period, which made it a little bit better. It was funny and cute like most Billy Wilder movies!
Mark H (us) wrote: Marina gets two tries to be an American, but she acts like a child both times. Gorgeous cinematography, as always by Malick.
George X (nl) wrote: Mr. Woodcock's only funny moment is what is probably the best getting-catapulted-off-a-treadmill scene ever filmed. The rest is just a pathetic, flaccid family affair. If I didn't want to do Susan Sarandon so badly, I would have turned it off halfway through.