Kalyani lives a middle-class lifestyle in Daulat Nagar, with her mom and dad, Sindhu Madhav Shastri, who practices medicine. She re-locates to the city, graduates, and returns back to teach... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Aaitya Bilavar Nagoba
Kalyani lives a middle-class lifestyle in Daulat Nagar, with her mom and dad, Sindhu Madhav Shastri, who practices medicine. She re-locates to the city, graduates, and returns back to teach...
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Helena K (es) wrote: Needed more Idris Elba.
Paul S (us) wrote: Propaganda of the WORST kind.
JessicaAnn D (es) wrote: Pretty cheesy, but I'm just glad that so many great actresses were in one movie. Rachel Dratch as a hard-partying plain girl engaged to a gay guy (Seth Meyers) who thinks she had an affair with the dude who plays the Green Arrow on 'Smallville', was easily the best part.
owen b (us) wrote: Thor is better then Thor: the dark world but that's not saying much. the fight at the beginning of the film between Thor and the frost giants is pretty badass and his character arc is interesting. it will leave marvel fanboys entertained but I'm not a fanboy. if theres anything else I need to say it's that the CGI could have been betterOwens grade: C
Maya S (nl) wrote: Could have been a good movie! Good idea, horrible execution!!
Bryan W (gb) wrote: 94 mintutes?!?!?!?!it felt like 94 hours. slow as hell. super-uninteresting. good stuff if you have insomnia.
Lauren S (kr) wrote: One of the cutest movies ever!
Harry W (es) wrote: With Jim Jarmusch teaming up with Bill Murray during his dramatic breakthrough phase, Broken Flowers sounded like a perfect collaboration of talent.As with all of Jim Jarmusch's films, Broken Flowers is a slow moving and simply plotted film which is more important for its characters than for its narrative. The premise of the film remains interesting though because it takes a more realistic look at just how it is to go back and track down many former lovers in search of a child without making the intention so obvious to everyone. One of the central elements in Broken Flowers seems to be deadpan cringe-comedy. The atmosphere of the film feels natural because it is never dramatized, and so it is able to harness the organic nature of it all by easily mixing very light drama with light comedy. The central interesting elements of the film come into just what kinds of people Don Johnston encounters on his journey and who they are based on how their lives have turned out. It makes things feel both somewhat subtextually funny and yet strangely sad at the same time. Although this time, I felt a rather mixed response to Jim Jarmusch's approach to the material. Broken Flowers has a more conventional film style than many of Jim Jarmusch's other works. It maintains a lot of his usual concepts and such, but he is a lot less focused on making it a visually stylish film this time. The problem with that is that with a lot of Jim Jarmusch's films, the innovative style can overshadow the fact that the story tends to move along at a very slow pace. This is the case with films of his like Down By Law or most specifically Dead Man which is my favourite of his works. So it is certainly not one of his more stylish efforts, and so the story is more important. Unfortunately, the story was not that engaging with me. The slowness of everything really made me lose sight of the fact that the main intention in the film was for Don Johnston to find his child. I understand that the quiet melancholia of the film is iconic of Jim Jarmusch features, but unfortunately it was not as appropriately atmospheric as it could have been. In comparison to another film which used melancholia to a beautiful extent, say Inside Llewyn Davis, Broken Flowers simply did not have characters that were as interesting which makes it harder to stay attatched to the story the entire time. I will admit that the atmosphere of the film was nice and gentle, but the general story was just not as interesting as I might have hoped. And without too much of a style to add to it, the simplicity of the film is not as great this time around. I felt like Broken Flowers was an OK film, but it just isn't as far out as many of Jim Jarmusch's other films to constitute the title of one of his better works. I kept trying to figure out what Jim Jarmusch was saying with Broken Flowers, but I just kept on drawing blanks.The one stylish element of Broken Flowers that I enjoyed was the quality of the gentle scenery in the film because it established an open but isolated world which Don Johnston lives in. The world seems almost allegorical to his mind as it is infinetely open and yet empty at the same time. The cinematogrpahy of the film was rather basic, but it was nice and it did allow the natural beauty of the scenery to make the experience a treat on the eyes.The cast lined up for Broken Flowers was surprising considering the versatile collection of talent brought in from all over the place, particularly considering how well each actor in the film has done in their own careers and are now working with Jim Jarmusch. It is a treat to seeBill Murray's leading performance in Broken Flowers is nice because of how easy going and gentle it is. The emptiness in him is prevalent the entire time in a manner which is not exactly melancholic, but rather blank. He doesn't have to live with the pain of wasting so much time in life or with having missed out on many potentially valuable relationships, but rather he just has to go day by day as if everything is a chore. The state of mind that Bill Murray conveys is the state of mind a person gets in when they are waiting on a bus to get somewhere, but it is a ride which is not particularly annoying or refreshing. It is just a ride. The monotonous facial expressions that he maintains the whole time reinforce this idea, and his intention to gain knowledge of who his child is simply does not change too much about him, but rather seems to be something he is doing just for the sake of doing what is right. Don Johnston is a very Jim Jarmusch character, and Bill Murray steps into the role easily because of how he is able to establish drama in the part without having to do much but convey the simplest of human emotion. While I didn't always love the story in Broken Flowers, Bill Murray worked really well with Jim Jarmusch and turned in a performance which was understated and pivotal to the film's success due to how he channeled the role into the natural atmosphere of the movie. Bill Murray is the finest asset that Broken Flowers has to offer.It is nice to see Sharon Stone in Broken Flowers. Her return to a more simplistic form is a welcome one in Broken Flowers because she establishes herself as a likable presence within a small quantity of screen time. Her mother-daughter chemistry with Alexis Dziena is nice because they both share the same level of energy in their scenes together.The small performances of Jessica Lange and Frances Conroy are a nice touch as well.So Broken Flowers has the best intentions and a strong leading performance from Bill Murray as well as a lot of positive intentions from Jim Jarmusch, but it is less stylish or insightful than many of his other works which makes it feel like a rather routine effort on his behalf.
Jehanne L (mx) wrote: Excellent movie. Another SRK with the beautiful Madhuri Dixit.
Jason M (fr) wrote: The Truman Show it ain't.
Tara C (it) wrote: An interesting look at racism and corruption in the Los Angeles police force. Apparently Burnett was forced to tone down the anger and despair by the distributor. Ice Cube is cool, although he has a minor role.
Julian P (kr) wrote: I hated it as a kid. I should not have watched it again as a grown up.
Michael A (au) wrote: Crispin Glover is the only thing really good about this remake...they should have went with the original 1971 ending instead.
Kalle R (it) wrote: Joe Dallesandro in an early role portraying a NYC street hustler trying to raise money for his lesbian girlfriend's abortion. Incredible acting and direction!
Brian M (es) wrote: Looks absolutely dreadful. The animation looks as if it was made using Windows '95. And the plot sounds horrendous.