The main setting of the movie was a disastrous cyclone and tidal bore which attacked Bangladesh in 1970. That vast spate washed away an opulent girl and a destitute man to a secluded island... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Wayne I (de) wrote: I think rock and roll biopics have a special place in my heart.
Berlin S (kr) wrote: Many people said this is awesome movie,but I'm confused,I actually dunno what does this movie mean sth.
Nadine V (us) wrote: man selma is just cool as fuck
John K (es) wrote: I am rating the Director's Cut (280 min.), not the U.S. release version (158 min.).
Melissa W (es) wrote: This is SO odd. It's also extremely frustrating and not at all enjoyable--not even as a Robin Williams fan.
B P (us) wrote: In some ways the greatest movie ever made. That is certain individual scenes, the images themselves, are transcendent. If the story itself is disjointed, full of holes, lacking continuity,,is besides the point. Hail Mr. Ballard, hail.
Caleb V (jp) wrote: Tasteful and understated.
Jim J (it) wrote: GOING IN STYLE, 1979, was a classic when it first arrived and it remains a classic today, despite Hollywood's failed attempt to relaunch it with some changed script. GOING IN STYLE, 1979 is full of unexpected twists and plenty of real emotion, as felt by the three geriatrics. A great movie for all/family to enjoy as three veterans show us how acting can be accomplished.
Michael H (es) wrote: Cute premise, and great casting (especially Dick Van Dyke) make this watchable, but there are many lost opportunities to have been great, not good.
Gordon B (es) wrote: It got lost in the award season shuffle, but Starred Up is one of the strongest prison films I've watched in a while. Here we see an unsparing father son story told through the daily brutalities of life in a British penitentiary
Huw G (fr) wrote: As you'd expect, much of it is uncomfortable viewing, but there are some good bits too. What I wasn't prepared for was how uneven it could be - a bit scattered, and sometimes jaringly historically inaccurate with vocabulary. The endless five star reviews probably reflect more the fact they made such a subject watchable at all, as you're left feeling slightly underwhelmed.
Richard G (fr) wrote: I've never been a huge Michael Moore fan...but I thought I'd give this one a try based on friend's recommendations. I don't buy the Red State scene or that women don't cause wars...because Hilary proves both of those assumptions to be false. Iceland is just a better place to live than America!