Born to Hate... Destined to Love
While fighting for the political supremacy of their respective families, a Hindu man and a Muslim woman share a forbidden romance.
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Brynn O (au) wrote: I couldn't stop crying afterwards. I was crying probably ten or fifteen minutes before it ended.It is literally one of the best movies I've ever seen. Every element of it was flawless. The acting was so believable and I grew very close to the characters. The scenes were so beautiful and just amped up the storyline, making it even more dramatically real for me.I adored the leads so much and was rooting for them throughout the whole movie.Even though it was two hours long, it went by so quickly but not so much so that I felt things were left out. I enjoyed every second and loathed when the credits started to roll.I would watch it over and over until I could recite it line by line and still watch it again.
Fernando C (au) wrote: it starts good, but while the time runs, the movie gets boring, and more boring, and boring as hell!
Christian Z (it) wrote: This is the most horrible, insane and disgusitng "movie" ever produced... 0 stars if possible
Cathy C (ru) wrote: With big action,emotional storyline,and heartwarming characters. Bolt is like Mission Impossible for dogs. Review by Logan Cornn.
Shawn M (us) wrote: Funny + gory + bad acting = solid b movie horror fun
Antonio R (mx) wrote: Death Becomes Her is a dark tale about vanity written by David Koepp , with unforgettable visual effects and one of Bruce Willis and Meryl Streep best performances
Drew C (ag) wrote: Shake it, you sexy ape man you!
Tyson S (it) wrote: Great soundtrack. Interesting narrative point. Stupid characters. Immensely disturbing. So bad that it gets to a point where you wonder what kind of a sick twisted person would want to make a film such as this one. Real animal torture is part of what you will see and it will make your stomach turn.
Glen W (fr) wrote: A pretty average 70's movie. Very surprised that it was David Cronenburg. The most notable thing about it in my memory is that it was filmed in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The city I grew up in. Brings back alot of memories of places from back in the day.
RachelandJohn D (ag) wrote: Outstanding Bergman film starring Ingrid Bergman, in her last stages of life, and Liv Ullmann. This is a very dark intensely emotional film about a mother/daughter relationship and the can of worms that are opened up, resentments, guilt and sadness during a visit from the mother (Ingrid Bergman) to her daughter (Liv Ullmann).
Jonathan D (gb) wrote: Very average at best action/drama.