It is the year 1857 in India, a year that Sardar Ajit Singh, his wife, their children, including son, Bhagat, and their parents will never forget, for it was the day his brother, Kishan, sang out against the British, was arrested, escaped from prison, & has never been heard of again. This does have an impact on young Bhagat Singh's mind, so much so that when he grows up he joins the freedom fighting movement, being headed by Chandrashekar Azad. It is then that an unarmed freedom fighter, protesting the Simon Commission, is killed by Police. Bhagat, Chandrashekar, Shivram Rajguru, Sukhdev, and Jaygopal avenge this death by killing the Assistant of Commissioner Saunders. When a major police hunt is announced, they flee, especially Bhagat, as he has been identified as the Sikh with the turban. Bhagat takes off his turban, shaves off his beard, and continues to be active in the freedom movement...
Kevin N (it) wrote: About as funny as one would think a documentary on SNL could be, but also surprisingly interesting and intelligent. Really, there isn't much to this film structurally- Franco essentially hung out with some good friends and recorded their process, and that's that. But what he exposes is a job that is far harder than we think it is. These people never sleep or eat, and each week they come up with more good ideas that most of us do in a year. (SxSW).
Vincent T (de) wrote: Un bon film sur le sujet de l'immigration aux Etats-Unis. Harrison Ford est present au casting mais n'a pas le role principal pour autant.Plusieurs histoires parlant de l??intgration, la vie des clandestins, la violence et le trafic pour avoir une carte verte.
Mary L (br) wrote: "hey doc! Nice rack!"
Jerry B (fr) wrote: This movie has some amazing racing footage in it. The acting is OK, but the planes are the stars of the show.. Weak editing shows in a few places mostly though good popcorn fare.
Private U (ca) wrote: Phsycologically engaging. A real thinkers film when contemplating what does make a persons personality, surroundings? Quite deep and the music dictates this dream V reality senario. The importance of human memories.
James H (ag) wrote: Reasonably suspenseful but it has a very familiar plot. I was not impressed with the special effects or the score. The acting is passable, no one stands out as good or bad. Watchable but unmemorable.
Sean D (kr) wrote: Not to many people have heard this but it's one of Takashi Miike's earlier films. A drama with a level of charm and harmony about it, but since Audition came out at the same time, this gem was lost. The story itself plods along at a slow pace. However what saves this movie's snail crawl of narrative is Characters. A yakuza who is such an asshole but has a heart of gold, a naive but determined business man; i loved these people. Its high caliber of characterization, coupled with a heart warming ending ( possibly the least ambiguous Miike ending ) left me feeling warm and fuzzy inside and i couldn't ask for more.
Alejandro J (ru) wrote: Disappointing, maybe we all hoped to see the TV series character or at least a good story with new actors.
Michelle F (jp) wrote: Drew Barrymore was still sooo young when she made this movie, only 17.. But she still did a great job. In the beginning everything was a bit slowly but it became better. The story is really heavy.. But the movie itself is pretty good!
Cris H (de) wrote: I love this movie! It uses it's budget well to bring out the most from a bad movie. Being a fan of the post nuclear holocaust genre, I thought their unique mode of speech made the movie. Otherwise its a typical post-nuke barbarians in loincloths film. The ending was predictable, but the movie is such a campy, adventurous romp, you don't really mind. Bad is good. If nothing else, watch it for the hair. It's a thousand times better than Nympthoid Barbarian in Dinosaur Hell.
DeAndre W (jp) wrote: Only someone the caliber of John Carpenter could pull off a movie about a possessed 58 Plymouth Fury out for blood and a young man's heart, "Christine" is made of pure cheese and enguinity, and 33 years later it still holds up thanks to Carpenter's heavily preferred use of practical effects. "Christine" isn't one of Stephen King's most acclaimed, well known adaptations, but I absolutely fricking adore it, truly a love that stands the test of time.
Faye G (us) wrote: My favorite Altman movie is "Quintet". I have at least four copies on different media. I love it because it is drenched with dread. I am fascinated by the rules of the game. The Montreal "Man and his World" sets are gorgeous. The cast is literally stellar. It was ENTIRELY filmed in below-freezing temperatures (at Altman's insistence). When I am feeling really depressed, watching this film improves my mood. It affirms that life actually is a veil of tears.
Ryan R (us) wrote: Kept me guessing and engaged the entire time.
Octavian (it) wrote: [Interested: cannot find.]
I am A (de) wrote: I admit I found it funny, even if it was really corny!
MF J (kr) wrote: Roger Donaldson has created a hybrid film with this story of an alien bombshell escaping a lab 7 going on a killer spree. It could just have been a massive B Movie but thanks to awesome special effects & a good direction the film is a cut above and stands as one of the coolest monster film we've ever seen on screen.
Hunter H (jp) wrote: I really liked this movie. NOT as good as Olympus Has Fallen, but I still really liked this movie nonetheless!