Kabir Khan is the coach of the Indian Women's National Hockey Team and his dream is to make his all girls team emerge victorious against all odds.
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Yoann R (br) wrote: Excellent, Jean-paul Rouve confirme qu'il est trs fort !!!
Sooty M (kr) wrote: In the midst of the latest pope giving God his 3 weeks notice, it's funny and somewhat uncanny that one should chance upon this film. In this case, the newly elected pope finds himself replacing a PJP2-type predecessor rather than a resigning pope who no longer has the strength to lead the church backwards. But here's the clincher: the latest il papa suffers a panic attack and refuses to take office. I don't blame him. After all, it takes guts to lead billions of people when your boss is the man upstairs, and not everybody has the psyche to handle all the power that comes with the job. You know it's a scary calling when virtually every cardinal within the conclave prays not to be elected and is tremendously relieved when he finds out he is not the chosen one. Once new pope suffers a meltdown, what follows is a kind of farce revolving around the panic that sets in within the Vatican, which appears to be a kind of prison fortified by Swiss guards. Speaking of which, their gaily-colored pantaloons still crack me up! Unfortunately this film does not develop to its full potential. A little disappointing because the premise held so much promise.
Robert C (kr) wrote: starts out as a useful biographical account of the life of a maori woman and the origins of the "curse" surrounding her. degenerates into a mawkishly sentimental film which clearly serves not as a tribute to a[n ironically] woman but a self indulgent film which is obviously supposed to show vincent ward can make at least 2 good films. it doesn't and there's no need to see it 2x, once was enough. a golden rule is broken: when the story stops the movie stops.
Harts C (br) wrote: I enjoyed this movie equally to the series because the movie gives a more realistic outlook to what would happen if an emotionally disturbed teenage girl got transported to a mythological world (Gaia). The series had more character development, but ended sloppily and had awkward out-of-character moments. The movie was more consistant and had an artful valor.
Paul D (it) wrote: A lesser film than expected where the comedy is concerned, but the story is itself is good enough to hold an attention and watching the continuous trickle of stunts in action also works for this movie.
Julio C (gb) wrote: -Really? Because I think if Jesus was here now, he'd tip you out of that fucking wheelchair - and you wouldn't get up and walk.
Daniel D (de) wrote: A film featuring two of the most famous Irish actors of the last 20 years seemed interesting enough based on that alone. However, Seraphim Falls has little to interest the viewer. It gets 3 1/2 stars because Neeson did some nice acting and the plot is decent. But I have no business in going back to this one.
Leonardo N (gb) wrote: Lo nico realmente interesante de la pelcula es el retrato de parte de la guerra civil espaola, de resto es un homenaje sin mucho sentido al opus dei con tantos agujeros en la historia que pudieran colar espaguetis.