Anjaana

Anjaana

Raju lives with his widowed mother, Janki, in a small town and works as garage mechanic. One day he meets with wealthy Rachna Malhotra, and after a few misunderstandings, both fall in love with each other. When Rachna's guardian, Diwan Mahendranath, finds out he forbids Rachna to ever see Raju again, as well as goes to Raju's house and humiliates his mother, for he wants Rachna to marry his son, Ramesh. An enraged Raju wants to avenge this humiliation and decides to teach Mahendranath a lesson. He enlists the help of his maternal uncle, Chamanlal Kapoor, and together they succeed in fooling Mahendranath and making him give up all his money.

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Kwame O (it) wrote: I like that just not as much as strong world and I actually like film gold more

Geoffrey T (jp) wrote: Visuals are stunning! This movie got me excited as it has shown that video games can be depicted in movies already. Can't wait to see Warcraft or Final Fantasy X in live action! :)

BRUNO V (au) wrote: One to forget and not to buy !

Zachary Y (ca) wrote: Depressing portrait of life for the ladies and men of porn after retirement. While it may seem fascinating, after a while, you're left asking: why even make such a pretentious and underwhelming documentary?

J L (au) wrote: nice movie. i enjoyed it

Jeff F (ru) wrote: This is a great movie and everyone should see it. The things that the UN let happen in Rwanda are unthinkable.

Alexander C (fr) wrote: ''You don't care about me, all you ever wanted was my sister!''Based on Evelyn Waugh's 1945 classic British novel, Brideshead Revisited is a poignant story of forbidden love and the loss of innocence set in England prior to the Second World War.Matthew Goode: Charles RyderBrideshead Revisited is another period drama offering, this time from Director Julian Jarrold. Having never watched or experienced the series I came into the film from the trailers with a heightened interest of wonderment.Was expecting to be either really disappointed or really impressed. Thankfully with Brideshead Revisited it results in the latter of the two. Wonderfully it begins where it ends and we experience this wonderful life of a certain man, Charles Ryder and his entanglement with the Flyte Family. The times and era is displayed perfectively throughout the film and it provides bedazzlement and awe throughout.''I want to look back and say that I didn't turn my back, that I was happy.''There are some beautiful locations and costumes on offer in Brideshead, not to mention stunning locations which include Morocco and Venice. In fact the only thing that matches the quality of the scenery is the music and respective array of casting.We have some fine performances on offer here. Matthew Goode is Charles Ryder, and he's a handsome, artistic, talented young man who wants to become a painter. Goode's acting is a bold effort that succeeds in being both believable and effective. With more power comes the lust for more and this is conveyed wonderfully as the drama unfolds.Hayley Atwell as Julia Flyte again shows a penchant for Period films since her recent Duchess days and shows us a new and intriguing period. Ben Whishaw as Sebastian Flyte also shows he's got a knack for Period dramas, I loved him in Perfume and he was reasonably good in Layer Cake etc...Whishaw single-handedly kills two birds in one stone, acting as a fresh character who's both homosexual and an alcoholic. A very impressive feat, yet he's not the biggest chain of the story just a vital part of it to begin with. Other old hands like Emma Thompson & Michael Gambon give quality solid acting performances as you'd expect from these veterans of the screen.''You banish me from your house, you poison my friendship with both your children...''There's some nice twists and turns here on offer and some fine complex relationship triangles on display. Ryder's lust for more and what he wants inevitably always ends up backfiring thus leaving us enthralled by the nature of his ambitions and greed.From an artists opinion there's alot of eye candy here that's equally jaw dropping. Ranging from statues, windows to mosaics and church implements that beg to be drawn and studied.Overall, Brideshead Revisited is one of those films you may ask at the end of it what the point is, So I will ask that. What was the point? Well to me the point is this, and thats the wonderful journey and experience we the audience have just witnessed. It's a blessing to see such characters being brought to life, and it gives me an incentive to read Evelyn Waugh's 1945 Novel.''What does Charles Ryder really want?''

Samantha M (de) wrote: It was alright. The action and story was just fine, the animation was just too much like Aeon Flux and Reign for my tastes.

Page K (mx) wrote: It was all right. The trueness makes it good, Antonio carries it. You should see it, but it's not great.

Kathryn V (jp) wrote: This was a really cute movie. Fun for the family!

Erin O (ca) wrote: Creepy. Didn't see that ending coming.

Dusty L (kr) wrote: 51% on my Tomatometer.

Marrick A (au) wrote: Helen Mirren in her glorious youth...but otherwise, not very interesting.

Peter M (de) wrote: Quite enjoyable movie about stolen dinosaur bones and hidden spy footage.

Michael S (de) wrote: The sandbox-and-G.I.Joe version of war and resistance...as a bonus, every lead actor in France is playing.

Adam S (nl) wrote: Brilliant final Ranown western staring Randolph Scott and directed by Budd Boetticher, this time with Scott's lonely wanderer rescuing Nancy Gates from the Comanche, but finding an equal foe in Claude Akins, who is looking to cash in on some reward money. Akins, as the somewhat sympathetic villain, has a key monologue that mirrors, almost exactly, Lee Marvin's from "Seven Men From Now", also written by Burt Kennedy, and in lesser hands it would feel like the wheels falling off a lucrative franchise, and maybe it was, but Boetticher handles the familiar material with his usual carefully planned use of rocky landscape and precision editing to turn a nominal cowboys and Indians and bounty hunters yarn into a game of psychological and physical warfare.

Carlos M (us) wrote: An intellectually stimulating and expertly edited exercise in storytelling built upon two alternating threads that move in opposite directions (the main one backwards and a black-and-white subplot forward) until they converge in the end, making us undergo the same disorientation of its character.