Michael (Ajay Devgan) , Arjun (Vivek Oberoi) and Lallan (Abhishek Bachchan) are three young men in Kolkata , with different ideals and objectives . Michael is an idealistic youth leader who dreams of a better India being created by the youth power . Arjun is a self-centered , opportunistic , easygoing fellow whose objective is to immigrate to a developed country and make big money . Lallan is a goon who works for Prosenjit Chatterjee (Om Puri) , an immoral politician . The lives of these three different people become intertwined following a murder attempt and an accident in broad daylight on the Hooghly bridge
- Stars:Ajay Devgn, Abhishek Bachchan, Rani Mukerji, Vivek Oberoi, Kareena Kapoor, Esha Deol, Om Puri, Sonu Sood, Anant Nag, Vijay Raaz, Loveleen Mishra, Abhinav Kashyap, Saurabh Shukla,
- Director:Mani Ratnam,
- Writer:Anurag Kashyap (dialogue), Mani Ratnam (screenplay)
Michael, Arjun and Lallan, three men from three different stratas of society, cross paths one morning in Calcutta and change one another's lives forever. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: Day: MondayDate: 26 May 2014Time: 10.00 pmWith: MaaOn: HDTV
(ca) wrote: The 2nd Dimension is an anarchic and funny good time for all fans and otherwise.
(kr) wrote: Cute but bad acting and a made for tv script
(au) wrote: bland Boring and shot on shitto
(jp) wrote: One of the most over-looked movies from the 2000's. Every single performance is gripping. Do not miss this.
(fr) wrote: The dissection of lover's body and of the hero's psyche. Weird romance in Tsukamoto kind a way!
(mx) wrote: A series of Oh Noez! that pushes past being tolerable (though totally believable). I thought this was going to be a Shah Rukh Khan movie. But Anjaam's SRK could learn a couple of things from Darr's SRK. Madhuri Dixit, however, was great.The Miriam/Kali dichotomy in the representation of women has always been the Brown Madonna/Whore complex, and this is a pretty great case study.
(au) wrote: This actually is my favorite movie of all time. "My cat can eat a whole watermelon!"
(mx) wrote: Shamelessly anachronistic and hell-bent on getting its point across, here is a film of ruthless wit and great lunacy that shows just how thin the line between the power and delusion is. A must-see for any student of cinema.
(au) wrote: Absolutely outstanding performances by an incredible cast that includes Gary Cooper, Ingrid Bergman, and Katina Paxinou elevate For Whom The Bell Tolls above the mere melodrama it might have fallen in to otherwise. It's interesting that Ingrid Bergman herself thought For Whom The Bell Tolls was a superior film to Casablanca. I mean, I don't think Bell is anywhere near the same level as Casablanca, but it does have a lot to offer in terms of its story, character complexity, and tension. There is a problem with the tension, though. Director Sam Wood doesn't always keep the tension as high as I would like, and I did think the story started to lose focus in several places. Even so, there's a lot to admire about this movie and the way it depicts war. Gary Cooper stars as Robert Jordan, a man who sticks himself in the middle of a civil war and attempts to blow up a bridge. A lot of war films seem to like the idea of blowing up bridges. I liked For Whom The Bell Tolls, but I thought it got really melodramatic at times. It never went way over the top, but it frequently flirted with the line. It was more or less up to the actors to sell the film, and they did. This is one of very few films I know of that was nominated for an Oscar in all four of the acting categories, and all four of these actors deserved it. Gary Cooper's as strong as always, Ingrid Bergman's impossible to dislike, Akim Tamiroff manages to stand out a lot, and Katina Paxinou probably steals the show. Her performance has come to be one of my all time favorite supporting female performances. Still, For Whom The Bell Tolls is not what I would call the sturdiest film in terms of structure. I can't say this enough--it does try way too hard with the melodrama a lot. But that's its biggest problem, and Cooper, Bergman, Tamiroff, and Paxinou are able to make up for that really well. 7/10
(nl) wrote: Sean William Scott and Paul Rudd complement each other well in a movie that provides plenty of laughs.