Club 60

Club 60

CLUB 60 is about Letting Go after spending the required time in grieving for the loss of a loved one. But what is the required time-frame to grieve? And is it right to always stay in a grieving position? What about the people around you, who are also hurting because of your grieving? And does grieving endlessly really help the one who is gone away? Club 60 is also about embracing life, post 60.

A glance at 62 years old Manu bhai Shah (Raghubir Yadav), and he appears peculiar in his outfit, crazy in his behavior... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Club 60 torrent reviews

austin s (au) wrote: I am 13 and I thought this movie was boring. This is a movie for little kids probably of the ages 3-10.

Ruben A (de) wrote: seems impossibly bad

Paula K (br) wrote: A film within a film at times, Even the Rain explores globalization and imperialism in third world countries through this fictionalized indigenous uprising in Bolivia concerning the privatization of water by a multinational corporation.

Graham B (kr) wrote: A tense, sexy , gripping thriller with an intriguing femme fatale at the centre. Hitchcockian overtones and an exciting finale. Unfortunately that was the original and this is it's deplorable sequal. Written by morons and terrible direction. A fine cast has nothing to work with here. Catherine Tramell was a supreme invention of Joe Esterhaus. Beguiling, intelligent, cunning and super sexy. Here she is little more than a pantomime villain.The plot is beyond ludicrous and everyone involved should be ashamed. If it was so bad, it's good I could deal with it. This is just plain BAD.

Al H (ca) wrote: A classic of the new millennium.

ricardo c (it) wrote: A true love story__much better than the contemporary love issues

j b (it) wrote: hilarious unscripted scenes. must watch

Alexander W (ag) wrote: Enjoyable, mostly because Crispin Glover is so good. I also talk to animals (especially spiders) so I kinda understand Willard. I would however trade Laura Harring for a mouse any day.

Alouise D (au) wrote: Cheezy, camppy and generally just a good fun movie. Some of the jokes are a bit dated, but for the most part everything seems to work well together.