Anand Math

Anand Math

Anand Math is a 1952 Hindi patriotic-historical film directed by Hemen Gupta, based on Anandamath, the famous Bengali novel written by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee in 1882. The novel and film are set in the events of the Sannyasi Rebellion, which took place in the late 18th century in eastern India, especially Bengal.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1952
  • Language:Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

Anand Math is a 1952 Hindi patriotic-historical film directed by Hemen Gupta, based on Anandamath, the famous Bengali novel written by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee in 1882. The novel and film are set in the events of the Sannyasi Rebellion, which took place in the late 18th century in eastern India, especially Bengal. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Sadie H (kr) wrote: A great Movie For the Whole Family

Ian R (ag) wrote: If your kids like postman pat then you might be surprised

Mitch T (es) wrote: A beautiful and interesting documentary, Jiro Dreams of Sushi is a great documentary that is able to make you like its subject even if you don't eat sushi or don't know who he is.

Julia G (nl) wrote: I don't get why this was targeted for kids my age. This is moe for people who want to see a shitty Judy Moody film that is NOT based on her first book.

Luci O (fr) wrote: Gets better from the middle. Darin is always great!

Jennifer M (ca) wrote: Nothing will ever beat the first movie

Luciano G (ag) wrote: Though being a horror movie, "Psych 9" is not really that scary....it is more of a psychological thriller with a couple of spooky moments thrown into the mix.....but that doesn't take away anything from the fact that it deserves at least one view....

Walter M (us) wrote: [font=Century Gothic][color=darkslategray]"My Dad Is 100 Years Old" is a short collaborative film by Isabella Rossellini and Guy Maddin, that serves as a tribute to Rossellini's father, noted film director, Roberto Rossellini(1906-1977), on the event of his centennial. Isabella plays several parts including David Selznick, Alfred Hitchcock(in silhouette) and Federico Fellini arguing about his work.(Roberto is represented by a wobbling belly.) This unique film does not truly come together until Isabella invokes the spirit of her late mother, Ingrid Bergman.[/color][/font][font=Century Gothic][color=#2f4f4f][/color][/font] [font=Century Gothic][color=#2f4f4f][/color][/font] [font=Century Gothic][color=black]"Bergman Island" is a documentary consisting mostly of interviews of famed director Ingmar Bergman at his Faro Island home where he filmed some of his most notable films and has lived for the past few decades. Also included is rare 16mm behind the scenes footage. Partially under discussion is how Bergman's early and personal life have influenced his films. [/color][/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]It is almost impossible to get Bergman's lengthy career boiled down into a documentary with this short running time. It is informative but I think it would have fared best if it had focused on material that was less familiar like his theatre work which is most likely unknown to viewers outside of Sweden.[/font]

Steven S (de) wrote: This was a GREAT movie but I think it made Vivien Thomas look very arrogant and naive. He only has a high school education and there is a part of the movie when he goes to a "colored college" to try and go back to school to get a degree and go to med school but he wants credits for courses that HE THINKS he already knows simply because he participated in research with a physician at a hospital. He actually gets upset when they say they can't do that and he would have to start at the beginning like any other freshman. He then just gets up and walks out very offended. I mean what did he think? How arrogant he looked thinking he just go in and basically ask for a degree just because he has done things on the side. You still have to earn the college credits just like everyone else. So because of this movie, I don't have much respect Vivien Thomas. I have much more respect for Dr. Blalock who tried to do as much for Vivien as he could, especially considering the times they were in and it still was not enough. Dr. Blalock was the real hero and deserved all the credit he got. Vivien didn't earn anything, but he did do a lot of hard work.

Allison F (au) wrote: Interesting and really disturbing!

Tyra H (mx) wrote: Its a great romantic tale, with two main characters.

Anubhav D (de) wrote: I watched this long back. Like really long ago. And I still remember it as clear as day because it's bloody brilliant.

Samantha S (jp) wrote: An alternate view of the Big Easy - where nothing is easy. Sad but good.

Jesse F (fr) wrote: A great 80's B-Movie. It's dumb, fun and ridiculous and also manages to pull off some intense jolts.

Nathan H (it) wrote: Certainly worth watching if you are a "Perfect Strangers" fan (and who isn't). That nervous, panicked character that Mark Linn-Baker played so well on that show was born here. His interaction with the wild, crazy drunk Peter O'Toole gets some pretty good laughs. Unfortunately there are some other subplots that do not work as well.

Steve S (br) wrote: *1/2 (out of four) A misguided tech-thriller that offers little suspense and an abundance of clumsy scenes and stale dialogue. Trying to keep perfection, a plastic surgeon alters models faces. Son someone begins murdering the models. Albert Finney stars along with James Coburn and Susan Dey (trying to break her "Partridge Family" image).

Grant T (gb) wrote: I really didn't enjoy the film as much as I wanted to, but there was a lot that was done well. It shows some very real life situations about dysfunctional families that can get so wound up in chaos that there is little they can do about their situation. Gilbert Grape makes some interesting societal remarks, but doesn't quite hit home as much as it should

Thomas B (fr) wrote: Grade - B+With a compact running time and immediately engaging premise, 'Cop Car' is a tense, well-executed thriller that manages to earn some of its more farcical moments with the help of good performances.

Rodrigo Y (au) wrote: Eu s imagino como ter uma amizade que nem a delas. Bom filme!

Chris F (ca) wrote: Love the Coopers is a mildly enjoyable but mostly cliched Christmas film. The film has an all star cast. Diane Keaton, John Goodman, and Marisa Tomei are some of the performers in the film. The whole cast was good in all of their respective roles. There were some plot lines that I enjoyed more than others. Some were the right amount of sweet. Some were just too cheesy and cliched. Especially towards the ending, the film gets really cliched. Also, the film is not funny at all. I don't even consider it a comedy. The film is honestly depressing for the most part. Overall, this is a mildly good film that suffers from a cheesy script. You can do much worse, but I can't recommend it for you to watch.