Arvind Kumar Choudhary is widowed, respectable and wealthy businessman, who lives with his only son, Arun, in a palatial house. He re-marries another woman, Sujata, who is a widow, with two daughters, Veena and Seema. Arun does not respect her and refuses to even speak with her. Arun meets Neema Deshmukh and both of fall in love. With approval of their respective families they get married. Then things start to slide financially for the Choudharys when Arun accidentally breaks a valuable diamond while daydreaming about Neema; the Choudharys lose all their savings, building, vehicles and property, move to a shanty apartment, and Arvind passes away.
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Manar A (us) wrote: A predictable film that strays to far from the book. Brittany Robertsons role was acted out poorly and Gregg Sulkin's accent was, with lack of a better word, bad! the ending became drawn out and clique with the main girl becoming the Arthur equivalent! =(
Chris F (us) wrote: A touching film that is beautifully animated and focuses on humanity's fundamental need for personal connection.
Adrian B (us) wrote: Presumably, this film was released in anticipation of 'Superman Returns'. The team would have done better to continue where the animated series, from which it was inspired from, left off, instead of this piece, which seems to have been written without much thought. The writng for Lex Luthor, Lois Lane and Brainiac were simply dreadful, however, one of the few plus points were the return of Tim Daly to the voice of Superman, and the entire Phantom Zone sequence. There are also continuity issues, as well as too many clichd writing. Had I not been a huge Superman fan, I would not have bothered with this.
Spencer H (es) wrote: Nanny McPhee is not special in any way, and isn't funny.
Jaiana C (us) wrote: Luv it !!! Incredibly Funny !!!
Garrett (br) wrote: Not half bad at all. Iron Jawed Angels succeeds as an entertaining historical drama that manages to avoid much of the prissy high-society junk that pretty much every film of that era seems to embrace with a burning passion. Instead, we get a gritty film with good acting.
Raji K (ca) wrote: Steven Spielberg directs Tom Cruise in Minority Report. Cruise is Chief John Anderson and he is in charge of a brand-new wave of criminal enforcement. Through use of these 3 individuals with pre-cogitative abilities they are able to see murders in the future before they even occur. Anderson leads a task force that reviews the circumstantial recording of the possible murder, and then arrests the suspect before they can commit the murder. The new defense system is making the murder rate drop dramatically and it is deemed to be a huge success. Detractors such as Danny Witwer (Colin Farrell) question the integrity of program, and appears to be right when Anderson is the vision of the next crime. Anderson is in disbelief as he is accused of murdering a man he does not even know within 36 hours, and is on the run to avoid being questioned and captured. While on the run he discovers investigates and discovers some undisclosed anomalies with the pre-crime program known as the Minority Report. He figures this is the only way to prove his innocent, and find out who set him up and he must get back the lead pre-cog (Samantha Morton) to help explain her vision.Minority Report is set in year 2054 and makes for an entertaining science fiction action film. Cruise is a great lead and keeps the movie pace going despite an over 2-hour run-time. Spielberg does his best to direct and present a darker film that contradicts some of his earlier works. The gritty lighting and imagery do not particularly suite the directors style, but it does not detract or particularly enhance the picture. The action sequences are mostly forgettable, and the use of technology and is used sporadically throughout the film, but mostly for the action sequences. Per Spielberg, there a few thrilling moments as well. The best aspect of the film is really the mystery of how Anderson uncovers the glitch in the pre-crime program and how he figures how he was setup. Although Minority Report is a decent film overall, it will mostly be forgotten despite some of the big names attached. -11.18.2016
Stan D (ag) wrote: The story of Bill Clinton's campaign for the presidency, thinly disguised as fiction. John Travolta is great as Clinton (but no oscar, he has never received even one), Emma Thompson is memorable as Hillary, Billy Bob Thornton and Kathy Bates (in a memorable role) are advisors, with Larry Hagman as a rival candidate. Well crafted, very engaging, the story of the impossible dream achieved.
Charles P (au) wrote: Mr. Stone tackles thought-provoking material with his usual ambitious panache. But it is Tom Cruise who is the most memorable, delivering his most standout performance of his career.
david t (es) wrote: i would like to see this one...
Mitch T (ru) wrote: Because it's as weird as it can be, Eraserhead is one of those strange movies that goes into your head and stays there. It's a movie that, because it's hugely ambiguous, gives everyone their own different and unique interpretation of it. In my opinion, it is a masterpiece, but it definitely isn't for everyone.
Matt H (mx) wrote: I really need to avoid describing this as "Capraesque," I've already compared too many movies to Capra lately. I guess I should just say the movie is full of sentiment. Some of the backstories/monologues to some of the characters go on too long, but I really liked mostly everything dealing with the doctors. The movie really drew me in, great character piece.
John F (kr) wrote: Very emotional story... A must see if you like music!
Jay B (nl) wrote: Fun 1 time and 1 time only
Tyler R (br) wrote: Had a new interesting idea, but could not seem to finish the way it should have been. Could have been amazing. I really do enjoy this plot idea, puts you in the middle of the movie.
Melanie D (mx) wrote: Witty, entertaining and good fun overall.