Sneha Geetham

Sneha Geetham

Sneha Geetham is made with college backdrop and looks at the aims and aspirations of the present generation youth and The director shows the way of thinking of students, their future plans, their goals, their life and all other points in detail in this movie. The film had delicate emotions and healthy comedy.

Sneha Geetham is made with college backdrop and looks at the aims and aspirations of the present generation youth and The director shows the way of thinking of students, their future plans, their goals, their life and all other points in detail in this movie. The film had delicate emotions and healthy comedy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dj C (ag) wrote: though i might only rate this movie half a star, i'll be damned if it isn't good for a lot of late night (MST3K style) laughs and riffing... if you take these films way too seriously, and can't sit back and enjoy them for the dumb fun that they are - then you need not watch movies - period.

Gary N (fr) wrote: This Jesse Stone cop drama is another decent addition to the series. The star, Selleck, and the regular film crew involved mean it has a a sure & steady approach. It's an above average tv movie with done nice character touches- Selleck is wise enough to trade in his gentlemen persona, but he avoids being typecast by having an underplayed toughness and sadness in his acting. As with any ongoing series, an eyebrow could be raised at the number of murders and shootings ( 2 to 3 per movie) given the tiny seaside town dynamic. However, this film involves solving a cold case,so its not quite "Murder She Wrote!" yet. The Nova Scotia locations add to the visual appeal.

Robert R (de) wrote: A great movie for those who are fond movies of that genre.

Sayo M (gb) wrote: He can't stop lying to save his life.

jussi s (es) wrote: A beautiful essay on the importance of context and details in remembering and how memories affects our personal and shared histories that shape the present. Hugely impressive.

Dorota D (ru) wrote: The Earings of Madame de..., like Casablanca but emotionally more powerful, makes you want to see it again and again--and it only gets better each time.

Ivan M (br) wrote: Jean Cocteau experiments with some of the earliest techniques of surrealist cinema in this enigmatic film. I won't describe the plot, as people who've seen the film will understand that to attempt it would be ridiculous. It's simply a haunting film, with breathtaking images and mesmerisingly avant-garde techniques. I advise you see it, as it's a really good watch for people interested in cinema's limits.

Christopher H (de) wrote: Awe inspiring, spiritual and tragic adventure that is sedate and meditative and remarkably still. An outstanding tribute to exploration and travel.

leroy s (nl) wrote: best movie for a first date. it's pretty great also.

Richard J (it) wrote: This could have been a classic. It had all the ingredients. A director who knows how to create beauty. A CG staff approaching sheer genius. Kenji Kawai's soul-searing music and a pretty good cast, but with little in the way of an intelligible story-line, the three main actors, Lance Henricksen - "Wydd", Melanie St.Pierre - "Kara23" (Assassin's Creed, Barney's Version) and Kevin Durand - "Skellig"(from Dark Angel's "Joshua" to "Harbard" in Vikings on TV and a pretty impressive film career, which saw him in 5 roles in 2014 alone), do a reasonable job. They are far more believable than the story itself. Where Garm Wars shines is in its quirky stuff, like the use of a Basset Hound as some kind of revered being that chooses to "bless" certain folk - an act which for some reason is respected by mortal enemies. This inexplicable plot-item is typical of the whole film. It is a known part of cinematic wisdom not to underestimate the ability of one's audience to grasp what's going on - nobody likes to be condescended to - but to entrust one's audience with ESP is a mite over-reaching. All that being said, me, I'm a sucker for Sci-Fi and particularly for human actors alongside incredible CG art and the breathtaking landscapes, from smoking wastelands to misty forests, superbly concieved war machinery that The Pentagon and any Steam-punk warlord would die for (pun intended) still manage to make this movie very watchable. With the story unfinished, my hope is that a sequel will iron out the deficiencies of its debut effort which could so nearly have been a masterpiece.