Barely in his teens, Sonu works as a servant in the palatial house of Mr. Nath, his wife and step-daughter, Nisha. One day while ironing Nisha's birthday dress, Sonu accidentally burns it, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Barely in his teens, Sonu works as a servant in the palatial house of Mr. Nath, his wife and step-daughter, Nisha. One day while ironing Nisha's birthday dress, Sonu accidentally burns it, ...
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Angelina L (ca) wrote: This movie didn't portray the history of Curacao well, which makes it a shit movie.
Shawn M (fr) wrote: 20-30 min longer than necessary, but a really good flick.
FilmGrinder S (es) wrote: 75% A fun, funny, feather light feature.
Tim S (gb) wrote: Russian Ark is a film from 2002 that was conceived and executed in one contious shot from beginning to end, a feat even more heroic due to the use of thousands of extras, dance numbers, musical numbers, and different locations. An unnamed, ghost-like narrator wanders from room to room as centuries of Russian history pass by him. His companion, a man representing the European aristocrat Marquis de Custine, leads him along through the proceedings as they sometimes interact with the people or just go by them unnoticed. Truth be told, this is a true marvel of a film, one that captured a lot of filmgoers' imaginations at the time. Today, it's still as impressive as it was then. Unfortunately, there is no concrete narrative and, therefore, it might bore some who are interested in finding some kind of a story within it. But as a work of art, it's fantastic.
Private U (it) wrote: Cool - for lovers of Convoy
Craig L (us) wrote: Not my favorite Fellini, but like a bad Hendrix song is better than the best of most musicians attempts, so is even a less than great Fellini film.
Davey M (mx) wrote: It's got Oliver Reed and pretty Technicolor, and maybe a couple good scenes, but little else. There has to be a good werewolf movie out there somewhere.
Wayne R (kr) wrote: A true 5 star. Non fiction drama that displays all the best qualities of film making. A rare insight into the great depression and the rise from the gutter to the top of the world. Acting, directing, character development all first rate. Yes it's a boxing movie but much more it's a story of the human spirit, the family and human triumph against the worst odds (literally...when the main character fights for the world championship he was the biggest underdog in heavyweight history).
Chris W (mx) wrote: A slightly missed opportunity to tell a story rarely seen on film. Once you get past the bizarre mixture of English and American accented Germans, Valkyrie is watchable. Casting Cruise was a mistake - he brought very little beyond a chiseled steely stare. Yet Singer did not make the most of the rest of his high calibre cast. It was all plot and exposition and hardly a shred of character to build empathy and understanding for their plight. This created a distinct lack of tension, as we weren't fully emotionally engaged with the characters and yearning for them to avoid the inevitable. Argo proved if you can get an audience to connect with the characters you can get them on the edge of their seats, in spite of the fact we know how the film is going to end. Less so here sadly. Valkyrie felt more like a big budget TV documentary dramatisation rather than an A-list Hollywood drama.
Angie C (gb) wrote: Very funny and unexpected. I liked it!