Sri Shirdi Saibaba Mahathyam

Sri Shirdi Saibaba Mahathyam

Sri Shirdi Saibaba Mahathyam (Telugu: శ్రీ షిర్డీ సాయిబాబా మహత్యం) is a 1986 Telugu Biographical film directed by K. Vasu. It is based on the life of Bhagwan Shirdi Sai Baba, who has preached and practiced Religious humanism. Vijayachander portrayed the role of Baba. It was dubbed into Hindi as Shirdi Sai Baba Ki Kahani and into Tamil as Sri Shirdi Saibaba.

During the Devrajya it was Bhagwan Shri Vishnu who ruled the universe in the form of Bhagwan Shri Ram; then during the Manavraj, where he ruled as Bhagwan Shri Kishan; in the Kalyug (dark ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Brian S (ag) wrote: Despite it's bad acting, and, maybe intentional, but horribly painful special effects, this movie is really entertaining, and almost moving, in a way. If you're an AVGN fan, like myself, you'll love this flick, it's very well written, and definitly humorous. And, I also like the fact that the ending of the movie, is the beginning of a new episode. I wish that in the future, more Angry Video Game Nerd films will be made. Recommended !!

Rainer K (nl) wrote: I first heard about this flick when I watched last year's European Film Awards where it was nominated for Best Cinematography. I was getting more and more curious when I found out that it was the first film at the Venice Film Festival to ever win two awards (Best Actor and Best Director in this particular case) when head of jury Quentin Tarantino changed the rules because he wanted the honour this extraordinary film.Vincent Gallo plays a (Taliban?) fighter somewhere in the desert who kills three US soldiers, get caught, imprisoned, tortured and transported to Poland where he can escape thanks to a car accident.Although I doubt that it's so easy to evade maximum security transportation of the US army it sets up a film which is both thought-provoking (examining the US war policy) as well as an effective on-the-run-type thriller.It's a tour de force for Gallo (who has never shied away from difficult roles but this one was not only psychological challenging but also physically demanding) as he walks barefoot in the snow, starves and gets wounded on numerous occasions. I'd compare it to The Pianist if you'd ask me just without the Hollywood happy ending and a main character who doesn't say a single word.The Fugitive gets the art house treatment - a must-see I'd say.

Thomas P (br) wrote: Saccharine. Fake and gives you cancer.I love Kathryn Heigl and James Marsden, absolutely NOT in this.Ever watch paint dry?Need to get annoyed by ppl pretending (terribly) to be romantic?Don't waste your time.I couldn't get it to post half a star, so reluctantly leaving one..I love the romance in Forrest Gump - this just sucked.They phoned it in.

Jeremy K (fr) wrote: This is the way your movie ends, not with a whimper, but with a groan of exasperation.

Russ B (ca) wrote: 9/7/2015: That certainly escalated quickly! An amazing cast and a truly unique and crazy story.

Chris B (ca) wrote: This movie is the very definition of warm and fuzzy. It is the quintessential underdog story. Loved it. RUDY! RUDY! RUDY!

Melissa G (ru) wrote: Jaco Van Dormael is an amazing director!

Walter M (us) wrote: Worst one of the series. They really jumped the shark here. Still okay but worst one of the series. Thank god they stopped here.

Eric R (fr) wrote: Dr. Gerald Boyer (James Garner) is a successful doctor with a wife and two kids. His wife, Beverly (Doris Day) is a perfect housewife who maintains their home while taking care of their kids. One of Gerald's wealthy patients invites him and his wife to dinner where it just so turns out that this patient's father-in-law is the head of "Happy Soap". He immediately finds Beverly enchanting and offers her the role of being the new spokeswoman. As Beverly's fame rises, Gerald begins to struggle with the notion that he isn't the sole provider for his family along with the fact that him and his wife don't get much time together anymore. 'The Thrill of It All' is a whimsical romantic comedy which only the 1950-60s seem to be able to provide. This is just a charming film that has lots of great, sometimes absurd, sequences that are guaranteed to put a smile on your face. It's interesting cause the film clearly deals with the issue of the woman's liberation movement but it does it in such a light spirited, care free way that it's never abrasive. Doris Day gives one of her very best performances as Beverly. She really does a great job of capturing the zany, fun nature of the film but still has this genuine truth. James Garner essentially plays the Cary Grant type character and he does an admirable job. This is a well written, light hearted film that is a breeze to watch. Could have explored the themes to a more in depth extent, but I don't think it was what they were going for.

Nikhil M (nl) wrote: At 75 mintes, it is the shortest Hitchock movie which means that it winds up some scenes very quickly and there Isn;t one scene which can be called a memorable one.

Trent M (ag) wrote: More of a travelogue of postwar Germany with a slim thriller plot featuring Robert Ryan and Merle Oberon and terrible, almost condescending narration.

Rafael V (de) wrote: The plot and the execution are very smart and engaging but the two main characters are not very interesting and their relationship is very forced