Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage
The daughter of a rich criminal industrial tycoon falls in love with a college boy. The tycoon, what a surprise, objects...
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Pete S (de) wrote: A dark mystery, not really solved.
Alan W (ag) wrote: An Italian film about family and grief. At times confusing (as I still dont know how the construction industry works in urban Rome) and at others meandering but the film is anchored by a strong and emotional central performance. Patchy but entirely unconvincing - just not that engaging for me ultimately.
Sean L (it) wrote: So it starts like it is going to the the American Pie of adult romantic comedies... #FAILURE
Vincent P (mx) wrote: Every single frame of this movie is pure eye candy. For a movie with next to zero dialogue, it carries itself pretty well... probably because of the strength of its visuals.
Livkaran G (au) wrote: This movie seems to have hyped up. I'll watch it anytime soon
Willinton V (de) wrote: Una impactante y triste verdad, para reflexionar y cuidar a nuestros hijos.
James B (fr) wrote: I don't know that I've ever given a movie a "5" star rating, but I have to in this case. It is honestly one of the best documentaries on music that I have ever seen. You really don't have to be a fan of either of these bands to enjoy this movie. It's really a testament of the incredible depth of these two bands. Their triumphs, and defeats, and the insidious relationships that record labels have with their talent. It's well, well, worth the watch.
Steve W (ru) wrote: Tsui Hark directed this tale about destiny and revenge. A sword maker finds himself in perilous situations and loses his arm, and hones his skills to be a one armed swordsman. After honing his skills, he goes up agains the assassin who killed his father.The direction was pretty rough. Hark directs with intensity, so most of his shots are close-ups and there are many quick cuts with the editing. Some camera shake as well for more emphasis in the brutality and themes of the film.As for the action, it's pretty good. What really shines is the final battle, a flurry of swords clash and a tornado of flying blades and mixed emotions. The film is worth a viewing for this alone, but the movie is not perfect. A few subplots slow it down and the movie is very overly dramatic.A nice little martial arts film in the tradition of the Shaw Brothers movies, Dao (The Blade) is a solid action movie.
Andrew M (ca) wrote: Mars Attacks! sometimes struggles to find its identity as either a reimagining of campy B-movies or a satire of said genre, but the dark sense of humor and ensemble cast make it a wicked fun time regardless.
Matt W (br) wrote: Sure there are some nice images here and there, but the film drowns you with it's message, and under develops it's characters.The definition of 'meh'.
Ciolacu G (au) wrote: "Like most of the Italian Neorealist films of the late nineteen-forties to early sixties, Accattone (Rome: Arco Film, 1961), as a later derivative form of the genre, focuses mainly on the struggle of the marginalized lower classes, as they struggle at the farthest periphery of a more functionally elevated and elite social-cultural community."
Trey L (gb) wrote: Really fun, if dated, musical....although I'd love to know whose idea it was to put Peter Lorre in it.
Erik G (de) wrote: This movie cries out to be remade since this is a great idea. The central character should have been one of the women.
Steve M (it) wrote: What happens if you take a script for a half-hour "Outer Limits" episode and pad it to an 88-minute running time with establishing shots that go on forever, and scene after scene after scene of the main characters wandering about, driving around, or sitting around not doing much of anything? You get "End of the World", a film so utterly, mindnumbingly boring that if there was any point to it at all, you're not going to care. In "End of the World", a young scientist (Scott) recieves transmissions from space that warn of impending doom. He and his very gorgeous wife (Lyon) start to investigate... um... something. They eventually run into some aliens who want to return to their utopian homeworld, but who want to destroy the Earth before they do. And what does this have to do with the priest who causes coffeemakers to explode (Lee) and the nun he lives with at an isolated hacienda? Sit through all the padding and you'll find out. There are three worthwhile moments in this film: The first scene of the movie, the sequence where the aliens are revealed, and the movie's eerie climax where our scientist heroes watch the world come to an end on dozens of TV monitors. However, these moments are nowhere near exciting enough to warrant sitting through the boring, badly acted crap that seperates them. Unless you've dedicated yourself to seeing every movie Christopher Lee has appeared in, or you want to see what Lolita looked like 15 years later and without a lollipop, you'll do yourself a favor by skipping "End of the World". Even if you decide you MUST see this misbegotten excuse for a movie, make sure you get it in the 50-movie collection "Nightmare Worlds" . At least that way, you'll get your money's worth via the other films the set. End of the World Starring: Kirk Scott, Sue Lyon, Christopher Lee, Liz Ross, and Dean Jagger Director: John Hayes
Heather M (jp) wrote: This is another case of a trailer overselling the movie. Heigl and Wilson were good together, but the story was just a waste of time.
Bob V (mx) wrote: Sentimental, predictable, syrupy feel-good classic that has Bette fucking Davis in it. Well? Is there a reason you're not watching it as we speak?
Caitlin L (kr) wrote: An interesting movie but the plot was slow moving.
Scott S (es) wrote: OK...Not the worst I've watched.
Curtis R (ca) wrote: An X rated version of Chaucer's most bawdy and satirical tales.