Waar

Waar

The efforts of the Pakistani security forces in their fight against terrorism and how the lives of security officials are affected. A retired security officer returns to save Pakistan from a major terrorist attack.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2013
  • Language:English,Urdu
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:revenge,   mission,   hostage,  

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Lynn N (gb) wrote: Very disturbing movie. I'm all for great horror films, but this one was just not good.

Jane O (au) wrote: very very bad movie and very predictable. i bought it at a video shop instead of hiring it. they should have really paid me to take it off their hands.

Sam M (au) wrote: As respective as it is to its original literary source, Speak was not at all created to break through any barriers when it comes to book-to-film adaptations.

Brandon T (jp) wrote: Arguably the best Cirque video I've seen. Quidam and Varekai are both brilliant but this one feels like almost a "best of" Cirque.

Elias E (kr) wrote: holy s*** this movie is amazing i never liked the first one but this one was amazing ! story to acting was amazing maybe better !!!

mike milk m (it) wrote: It amazes me that "critics" would give this movie 85% and Forest Gump 72%. This movie had no real entertainment value.

Peter F (ru) wrote: Of all animated films to have ever existed, The Thief and the Cobbler probably has the single most fascinating back story. Animator Richard Williams labored for almost three decades on this film, funding it almost entirely by himself and bringing it in and out of production over the years. He intended for the Thief and the Cobbler to set a new bench mark for animated films, aiming for a meticulous style to encompass the entire project. Eventually, impressed by his work as an animation director on Who Framed Roget Rabbi, Warner Brothers signed a deal with him to help complete The Thief and the Cobbler. Sadly, the company found that Williams was taking to long with the project, and they fired him from it, eventually completing the film as a considerably different entity than what Willams envisioned. The released version is filled with sophomoric humor, frankly annoying voice work, and Disney-esque musical numbers which all add up to making this waterd down version a very uneven children's film. Still, Williams phenomenal art and animation remain in tact, and vicariously suggest to audiences what could have been. There's no argument that Williams' vivid animation inspired other animated films from the obvious (Aladdin) to the more subtle (Secret of Kells), and the film is rightly considered the unfinished masterpiece of western animation. With copies of Williams' workprint version still circulating among animation circles, perhaps there's a ray of hope that someday we'll all be able to see the real Thief and the Cobbler.

Benjamin W (it) wrote: Sometimes you just feel like a Sam surrounded by Phils who always misses the Ellen.

Bob W (us) wrote: This is an astonishing movie to me even today after so many years. There are many points of discussion, not just the powerful ending. It is one of those movies that can be used to teach about the depression era or about racism or about perseverance and forgiveness. Or for me about faith. Or all of the above. Field is famous for her Oscar acceptance speech, "You really like me..." Yes. And I really like this film.

Denelle R (it) wrote: one of my favorites of all time

Ryan S (de) wrote: 4/5. Creepy, entertaining, and surprisingly disturbing for a kids' movie.

SagaciousFrank (es) wrote: This is a review of the Director's Cut of 'Riddick'. I'm not sure how this film scored a rotten - both the critics and the audiences are wrong on this one, in my humble opinion.This is great Sci-Fi movie, and both my girlfriend and I agreed we were gripped from start to finish. Twohy proves beyond doubt that he is a capable director and writer, keeping this third Riddick installment stylish but dark and grimy in setting and atmosphere, introducing likeable and memorable characters (besides Riddick of course, which is nailed perfectly by Vin Diesel who once again brings great charisma to the role), great set pieces - some creating tension, and some short but decent action sequences - sharp screenplay, and the pacing is spot on. Also, Twohy demonstrstes how you shoot a modern Sci-FI movie on a relative shoe string. Riddick the Director's Cut far exceeded my expectations.

Cedric L (gb) wrote: Smartly written, well-acted and unconventionally funny.