Three doppelgangers(one girl+ two boys).Two of them loves each other and get together from many lives .And the third one(who can't be killed easily)also wants the girl and he tries to separate them through many lives.
You may also like
Dangerous Ishq torrent reviews
Tommy H (ag) wrote: Pelotero es muy bueno. Me gusta el beisbol. Jean Carlos y Miguel Angel son peloteros de la RD. Jean Carlos y Miguel Angel son extorvertidos y interesantes.
Jenna L (br) wrote: The strong performances from Weisz, Hiddleston, and Beale are the highlight of this film; there are definitely some memorable moments. The rest could have been enhanced by a more prevalent score (some scenes are a bit awkward to watch without a background track playing). It does also get a bit hard to follow at times, because it is not played out chronologically, but it is still manageable. Overall, the film flowed pretty quickly and didn't feel lengthy, and it did make me want to watch it at least once more--possibly since I now have a been handle on how it is played out.
Siddhu W (ca) wrote: AWFUL. Words fail me. It's unfunny, and probably the most racist crap I've watched since Love Thy Neighbour.
Carrie T (us) wrote: Alpha and Omega is a pretty okay film after accepting that it's not going to be as groundbreaking as Disney, Dreamworks, or Pixar but at least the animation isn't really cringy.
Debbie S (de) wrote: Fun especially if you ever played women's hockey.
Stream L (gb) wrote: Saw it in Seoul. First, awesome to see Asian faces speaking English on the silver screen. Second, enjoyed the story immensely. Third, loved seeing familiar places, faces and the sketchy Korean-American underworld...muhahaha
Robert D (es) wrote: A sophisticated narrative is skillfully woven together in this extremely transgressive film.
Jocelynne G (br) wrote: Climax wasn't satisfying. Cliche plot
ray s (ru) wrote: it was bloody but the acting could have been better and the stioryline was lame but hey you cant win them all i gave it more than its worth for gore and brutality
Skaya C (it) wrote: i do NOT like this movie...it's soooo.....boring............
Kevin C (mx) wrote: Movie night with Gertie.Parenting first time around i think i thought this was one of the best of the books, but that Azkaban was the pick of the films. I was wrong. This is a rollicking good film. Perhaps the last fun one, before they try to be cool and oh so dark. It's funny, has a quality Triwizard narrative; and has fun introducing the two other schools. It adopts knowing winks with the Jarvis Cocker cameos etc, and the fumbling, awkward discovery of sexuality. Just the Emo haircuts need to go.
Noah Abraham G (ag) wrote: I didn't expect this movie to be intelligent. But was it necessary to make it so boring and offensively bad? Not even the youngest kids would like this.
Nicole W (fr) wrote: Not to bad!! Had me jumping off my seat..
Chad D (ru) wrote: Rutger Hauer is intense, and the plot tries it's best to stay authentic, but Escape from Sobibor lacks the production quality to give the film a chance to tell the story well.
Roy C (de) wrote: Women! Wholesale scavenge courtesy of the 'supply depot' casino and the crew of this witch doctor-blessed pink sub with a girdle strapped to its engine - the Sea Tiger - as it patrols the South Pacific in an LSD-induced left-to-right course, handing out manicures, requisitioning toilet paper, showing off a sexy secretly tattooed chest, $2,000 watch, and penmanship, raffling off clothes, sinking a truck on land with a torpedo, rustling a pig and passing it off as a suicidal drunken seaman on New Year's Eve, eloping on life raft, firing lingerie, and hooking the captain's car to the rear of a bus.
Jennifer W (au) wrote: How come in every witch movie the woman has to give up her powers in order to be with a stodgy old guy who thinks witchcraft is weird? There must be a paper somewhere on the parallels between witches in popular culture and the twentieth century version of the cult of domesticity. Anyway, I like this movie because Kim Novak is beautiful and she has a cat.
Alex M (mx) wrote: When a master director such as Fincher gets to adapt a book into the big screen, magic unfolds. The dark tone, masterful sound mixing and design, the acting, the writing, etc. It all oozes into the screen in the best possible way. At this point in his career, Fincher could film a man painting a wall and he would still find a way to make it interesting. We are extremely lucky to have such an incredible director working today. Please, do yourself a favor and don't just watch this film, but watch all of Finchers' movies. I highly recommend them all.