City of Gold - Mumbai 1982: Ek Ankahee Kahani
An impoverished family faces challenges and obstacles after strikes/shut-downs/arson shut down Mumbai's mills.
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Matthew P (br) wrote: solid drama, good central performancesfunny moving and sad at the same timesaw happy family plan driectoe Tsutomu Abe at the screening
James H (ru) wrote: 4.5/10 AKA: Clone. AKA: One. Reasonably imaginative and clever, but also cold and unfeeling. The acting ranges from okay to not so good. Decent special effects. Overlong and downright boring at times. Very empty.
Panta O (jp) wrote: Not many movies can have food as their main subject, and bad habits is all about food! Yes, there is rains too... that aren't enough to wash away the sins of overeating and under-eating... Well executed movie, precise, well-cast debut from director Simon Bross. A lot of irony with well balanced humour mixed with different attitudes toward indulgence and deprivation. Watch it...
Dave C (de) wrote: One of the best coming of age movies ever
Jonathan S (ag) wrote: You can't just throw a bunch of nasty shit together and call it a movie anymore than you can film a bunch of puppies and flowers and call that a movie.
Jackson S (au) wrote: ok hear me out: The original 1961 is better than this movie-however this version is better than it's direct to video sequel and the live action original. :D
Caitlin E (nl) wrote: Three touching stories about the trials women have constantly have had to endure throughout history when an unexpected and unwanted pregnancy pops up with great performances from Demi Moore and Cher.
Michael W (au) wrote: An update on the 70s trucker phenomenon, with independent trucker agreeing to haul sensitive cargo to earth. Dorff spends most of his time inexplicably sucking up to Hopper and Mazar just seems to be along for the ride, she adds nothing.
Alvin Y (it) wrote: More of like a toast of a wine and a cup of coffee together plus a milk shake. So what you get is something so disappointing and yet it does nothing to show you new. I also thought Banderas was lost here from Desperado and came here to fight Stallone. And that's Julianne Moore and not Salma Hayek OK!
Juan V (it) wrote: While this is sleazy and grimy beyond belief, it's also an amazing thriller. Wings Hauser as Ramrod, a psychotic pimp just blows me away.
Weul S (ca) wrote: A simple drunk sharpshooter finds the Lord & unfathomable heroism in the French trenches in this biopic saturated with good-hearted patriotism & old-time religion.
Jacob B (es) wrote: Boasting fantastic tension and claustrophobic action set pieces, you'd forget that this is pretty much Die Hard on a plane since its so enjoyable. A
Cade H (us) wrote: Brick had some interesting moments and it was a unique film that paid homage to classic noir films. The plot followed a high school kid played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt who was trying to find the murderer of his x-girlfriend. He went undercover into a local gang type group and worked with his friend to solve the mystery. The dialogue was very witty and its style was very poetic almost, you'll just have to hear it to understand. It was a little slow at times and a bit weird but the performance by JGL was great so it was hard to lose interest. The conclusion wasn't that amazing but it was exciting and was a bit of shocker. Brick is definitely one of those artistic films that strays from the main stream and will not be everyones cup of tea. The acting was good, the mystery was fun to follow but the film as a whole did not add up to be a great one.
David S (kr) wrote: Margin Call is a good business thriller. It keeps tension high with peoples jobs on the line and the future of a company in jeopardy. The performances are all top notch across the board. Jeremy Irons steals the show with his cold, demeanor. Kevin Spacey is good as always and Paul Bettany is great as well. Unfortunately the subject matter just doesn't grasp me and keep me interested. It reminded me of the Big Short, its just really hard for me to stay interested. Still a solid watch.
Nat A (us) wrote: An in-depth film/documentary about the fascinating and perplexing impact of Marley's music and iconic persona. His life and and his following still leave vibrations on today's society that are incalculable. It was dissected thoroughly and thoughtfully enough to solidify this documentary well.
Carlos M (fr) wrote: It may be conventional and formulaic with nearly all film clichs that Kendrick's character disdains so much (and not with the originality of the likes of The Breakfast Club), but maybe that is the point after all: to work as a solid predictable comedy. And it does so well.
Daniel P (it) wrote: Loved the Herbie movies as a kid, good old fashioned family entertainment.