Yeh Kaisa Insaf?

Yeh Kaisa Insaf?

Hoping to impress his National Bank co-worker Sudha, Shankar recounts his story, right from his birth, as the lowly son of a servant in a once-wealthy Nagpur-based family consisting of ...

Hoping to impress his National Bank co-worker Sudha, Shankar recounts his story, right from his birth, as the lowly son of a servant in a once-wealthy Nagpur-based family consisting of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Larry C (de) wrote: Alice Eve is the only bright light in this awful long, long movie. Alice Eve is barely credited for bringing lively light to this awful movie.

Golia K (fr) wrote: A thoughtful and provocative film about the way they live

Joel L (nl) wrote: A perfectly great movie about the greatest horse ever. Amazing cinematography!

Matt F (es) wrote: Another great movie!

Vannak K (us) wrote: Movie sucks, didn't even finish it.

bill s (es) wrote: Some funny moments do not a movie make and I'm generous with the some part.

Patrick T (us) wrote: This films takes the few redeeming qualities of the last installment and grinds them into the dirt.

Steve S (ru) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***

Austin R (ca) wrote: Sleepless in Seattle is a romantic comedy (that in order to be considered more highly than others) relies on its lead performances, humor, and classy score to make up for its entertaining yet implausible story. The film does say a lot of real and (magical) things about relationships but is so fantastic at heart that it ends up with more of a feel-good than thoughtful ending.

Brad W (it) wrote: Good twist on a vampire movie!

Liam P (jp) wrote: Eric Rohmer's pure cinema is always a joy to watch, he's probably the only member of the 'french new wave' to have truly retained the movements original aesthetics. Within these restrictions his characters are able to thrive and breath.

Sanity Assassin (ca) wrote: did anything actually happen in it? i was struggling to keep awake watching it and it was just gone mid day. the best element has to be the child actors, of whom all three were good

Blake P (us) wrote: Unique movie! In a desperate attempt to get out of debt, gambler Dan (Mitchum) agrees to meet a mysterious contact at a Mexican resort in exchange for $50,000. Upon arriving, Milner meets his fellow guests, including a plastic surgeon, a movie star (Price) and his girlfriend (Russell). Soon Milner discovers that the man who hired him is the ruthless gangster Nick Ferraro-- a deported Italian gangster who wants his face. "His Kind of Woman" is definitely what you can call one of a kind. It's corky, and has a great mix of film noir, black comedy, romance, and especially action. It's a surprise this movie was so entertaining. Absurd Howard Hughes was in charge of the entire production and caused a lot of chaos throughout, and nobody could really tell what the results would be. Luckily, it went down the good route. This was the first of the two Mitchum/Russell pairings (the second being "Macao" in 1952), and it's easy to see why this movie made them such a hot pair. Their chemistry is top-notch, and was most likely caused by their close friendship in real life. Aside from that, their performances are really good, Mitchum is believable as the guy dragged into the mess, and Russell as the tough-talking, beautiful girl that's the "prize". "His Kind of Woman" is a cool, film noir that's a great hidden gem.

Mark B (au) wrote: Interesting Capra documentary on Radio 4 this morning...adding for the kids.

Kevin M W (au) wrote: Although a glimpse into the decadence of the Hussein regime this bears the serious flaw of being one note. And yes, that note is loud.