Bhadaas is psycho thriller and a story of a young girl Daisy. She gets fits during full moons. Then she stocks young men and kills them. A story of Love, Lust and Tragedy unfolds…
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Evan M (au) wrote: Rollicking animated short film featuring Mickey Mouse. Begins as an old fashioned black-and-white cartoon, but quickly breaks down the fourth wall to become a 3D, color cartoon. Both creative and very entertaining!
Mark R (gb) wrote: Both a behind-the-scenes look of a major theatrical event (of the 2006 Central Park production of Bertolt Brecht's "Mother Courage and Her Children", starring Meryl Streep) and an examination of Brecht's life and work, this documentary is interesting, if never all that fascinating. The backstage look never really rises above one of those making-of docs that pop up on DVDs, and Brecht's life is pretty much given the Wikipedia treatment. It would help to have some knowledge of the plot of "Mother Courage" (something that I was lacking), since the film never really explains what's going on plotwise during the scenes we see. I wish we had had that, and not the interviews with a Tufts professor about Marx, which doesn't seem to have much to do with the material.
Alexander L (jp) wrote: A solid christian film with a good message.
Carlos R (it) wrote: Banderas is very good and the plot is interesting but the film left me asking for more.
Paul D (ca) wrote: Sadly this film only scratches the surface of one the best sports book ever written and one greatest stories sport has to offer
Braden W (br) wrote: While Jafar remains as intimidatingly charming a Disney villain as ever, Aladdin: The Return of Jafar can't quite match the heights set by its predecessor.
Paul Z (au) wrote: Fox and His Friends, one of Fassbinder's favorites among his work, and my first experience seeing a film by the astonishingly prolific Rainer Werner Fassbinder, carries most of its appeal in the sensitive art of coalescing the out of the ordinary and the commonplace. In the world of Fox and His Friends, gay men vastly outnumber the straight people much in the same way most mainstream films have an inverted social perspective.Fassbinder himself takes the plum lead, a naive young working-class hustler who wins the lottery and in next to no time find himself, and his lottery spoils, adopted by Munich's gay social circle. He is one of only two directors of whom I know who have cast themselves in roles that incidentally bare their dangling genitals, as if the preceding crotch shot is not rousing enough. (The other is Guy Maddin.)This West German drama gives the impression of being about a relationship between Fassbinder's cool, masculine young punk and the outwardly amiable bourgeois son of a factory owner, but it slowly begins to head for a two-way street of class consciousness.The factory owner, we find out, is about to go out of business. The son hopes to save the company. One way out might be to fleece the effortlessly buttered up lottery winner out of his wealth, possibly using love as an excuse.Fassbinder is terrific in his apparently complete creative control with scenes in which dialogue beyond words, subtext is unthinkable, and direct actions are impossible. This knack blossoms in the film's most thought-provoking scenes, counting a skillfully multifaceted dinner scene. The factory owner's son brings Fassbinder home to meet his parents, and it becomes distressingly evident that the only real reason sexuality is not an issue with them is because money is, though this is not implied through their actions, but their son's.This moving piece of blatant ruthlessness, which excludes all life not within the particular intentions of its co-writer-producer-director-star, moves in and out of the now timeworn gay demiworld that has been John Rechy's atmospheric mainstay: Its bars with retro rock and roll on the jukebox and queens for barflies, its revelries, its maneuverings. And this melodrama's indications progressively grow to be sadly unmistakable, that Fox is the prey of the capitalist social order that so swiftly made him well-off, duped by "friendships" for which he doesn't even understand that he's picking up the tab.
Gregory W (ca) wrote: good thriller/drama sophia sparkles in B&W.
Callum B (ag) wrote: ok, could of been better or shouldn't of been made at all.
Qi Z (fr) wrote: A gangster movie with many twists. Competent and clever, but not at the level of later works such as Fargo.
Sara G (de) wrote: It might seem silly, but this is my all time favorite movie. I can't get enough of it.
Charles P (mx) wrote: If you loved ?The Notebook,? you perhaps can plumb the depths of ?Possession,? a film from 2002 that combines a story of enduring love in the High Victorian Era with a literary detective story in the present, moving back and forth seamlessly between the two. There?s even a lesbian plot line. Incredible cast includes Aaron Eckhart, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jeremy Northam, and Jennifer Ehle.