When Inspector Yadav (Kulbhushan Kharbanda) shoots down a criminal couple in the line of duty, his heart goes out to their orphaned baby son Krishna. He adopts the child, who grows up with Yadav's own daughter, Gauri (Farha). As they grow up, Krishna (Sunny Deol) and Gauri fall in love - but an obstacle is looming in their path in the form of Yadav's young second wife (Sujata Mehta), who is attracted to the handsome Krishna, and in her jealousy proceeds to do all she can to destroy the young couple's chances of happiness.
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(fr) wrote: It was a good documentary about a very strange topic, that played extremely well the whole situation with enough humor and humanity. It was quite bizarre to look at this men talking about their genitalia and thinking of how great importance it was and what it meant to them to be part of this museum. But also, it wasn't all superficial or about fame and recognition-in some cases-but instead more about personal decisions that delved into more human and honest reasons. It was very interesting and quite surprising going in and out.
(it) wrote: Just saw this at the French Film Festival. It was fun. The characters are strong stereotypes, but you can't go wrong with Isabelle Huppert.
(ag) wrote: A low quality manga-like story.
(au) wrote: Cobbled together Brit horror... If you'll excuse the pun, devil worship has surely been done to death as a serious movie threat - even last year's Bruce Dickinson turkey "Chemical Wedding" acknowledged as much - and the plain truth is, distorted noises heard in cosy, nicely lit recording studios simply aren't very scary, not when compared to, say, anything that's ever been recorded by Natasha Bedingfield.
(au) wrote: we are a little off... but around some we may overcome it...
(mx) wrote: Some people might get bored. Yes it is slow. However, the slow pace fits the storyline perfectly. Kitchen Stories is a story about friendship between two old scandinavian man. One is from Sweden, a "scientist", the other is Norwegian.A team of scientists from Sweden come to Norway to study single males in their kitchen. Each scientist is attribuated a single male. Their task is to sit in a tennis umpire chair in the corner of the kitchen, and report quitely every single move made by the individual being observed. They are told not to communicate with each other.The characters seem cold and uncommunicative at the beginning. But slowly, one enters their mind, share their every single emotion. And as the film goes on, we discover the meeting of two people, and the building of their friendship.
(es) wrote: singers dancers and moms all 3 great together
(es) wrote: Great show. I love the canadian reserve point of view in the show. One of Adam Beaches first shows.
(us) wrote: You bet your life I want to see the sequel to the greatest film/miniseries ever made about marital disintegration. Also, it's the last film by the man who's tied for my #1 director, so it's already obligatory viewing.
(mx) wrote: The actors were all great, especially Keira Knightley ... But the movie somehow couldn't grab me as much as I hoped...
(br) wrote: Liked this. Not my usual thing at all, being a musical, but most of the songs are good and I liked the style of the whole movie. I think I would wear just about everything Emily wears here! It maybe could have been slightly shorter, and Cassie's voice irritated me, but mostly good.