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Shal Deyar Na Jaman torrent reviews
Movie F (ag) wrote: I am a big fan of the Burn Notice series and i really enjoyed this movie! I love the storyline on going to Sam Axes past before he was drinking Mohito's in Miami with a Hawaiian shirt. Bruce Campbell does a great job bringing action and comedy to the film. And best of all, the film was directed by Jeffrey Donovan (Michael Westen) and he does a great job of it.
Simon C (jp) wrote: very cool anime,had a great story and the animation was class very bright and striking,looked awesome on blu-ray
Nathan A (mx) wrote: Not an amazing film, but with a concept I can't seem to forget.
christopher t (nl) wrote: laugh all though the movie
Lasse C (de) wrote: Strong performance from Bruhl in a movie that promised more than it delivered.
J C (es) wrote: 101 Dalmatian classic + a sequel 40 years later = Disney Sell Out.
Scott W (es) wrote: This movie was abysmal with atrociously slow pacing and terrible acting.
Jared S (it) wrote: Interesting premise, but I'm sure the novella was better than this odd film. The entire movie leads up an ending that apparently differs from the original source. In the movie Bowden finishes off the bum that Kurt almost killed. Seriously?Why? Why did he do that, it's not like there was much dirt on Todd Bowden so why did he feel the need to off the guy - I mean where did that come from?. And did Kurt Dussander really know that the bum wasn't dead? Because it seems like his intentions were pretty unrealistic for Bowden to do that. Another note is that we didn't hear any of the freaking stories. What's up with that? We see the impact it has on the main character but we have no clue what is being exchanged b/w the two main characters? We should at least be given some clue as to what is making the new found evil really come out in Brad Renfro's character.
Paul D (de) wrote: This is a gritty urban drama with a lot of sympathy for the characters who are seemingly always stuck in a rut.
Shane D (au) wrote: There was a time, a much simpler time, when Kevin Costner could do no wrong. This is not the strongest of his performances nor is the film outstanding - it does contain some great work from Freeman and Rickman though. But it's the best Robin Hood I know.