Devdas is a 1955 film directed by Bimal Roy, based on the Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay novel, Devdas. The film had Dilip Kumar in title role, Vyjayanthimala in her first dramatic role where she played as Chandramukhi the hooker with a heart of gold and Suchitra Sen in her Bollywood debut as Parvathy in the lead. While Motilal, Nazir Hussain, Murad, Pratima Devi, Iftekhar and Shivraj playing other significant role with Pran and Johnny Walker in extended cameo appearance. Childhood sweethearts, Devdas (Dilip Kumar) and Parvati or Paro (Suchitra Sen) grow up in a small village with a love-hate relationship which changes to love when they mature. Devdas comes from a very rich and wealthy family. His dad does not approve of his marriage or even any friendship with Paro, and sends him away to Calcutta
Childhood sweethearts, Devdas and Paro grow up in a small village with a love-hate relationship which changes to love when they mature. Devdas' dad does not approve of his marriage or even any friendship with Paro, and sends him away to Calcutta where he is introduced to a dancer, Chandramukhi, who adores him and falls hopelessly in love with him. Devdas in not aware of Chandramukhi's affection ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Facundo S (ag) wrote: Genial homenaje a las tiras originales de Schulz. Sigue el estilo de las tiras de los 60', sus personajes y dilogos.
Mark N (jp) wrote: Decent story utterly undermined with horrible production values and awful dialogue. Sean Young seems to be genuinely trying to make something of a bad situation but all too soon she, along with the rest seem to just want to get the whole thing over.
Tracey c (es) wrote: Not interested with this film...
Jamie I (au) wrote: Widower Dan Burns (Steve Carell) gives advice to parents about their teenagers. The only problem is he doesn't know the first thing about handling his own teenage daughters. A family vacation brings Dan head over heels in love with Marie (Juliette Binoche), a girl he meets at the book store. There's just one problem, Marie is Dan's brother's girlfriend. Over the weekend naturally everyone falls in love with Marie. The family is so happy Mitch has finally found a good woman. I really think you feel Dan's pain as he stands right next to Marie not being able to be with her. Look for my two favorite scenes, the stone skipping scene and clubbing with Dan & Mitch. I won't spoil this for you but I will say I got a little misty at the end. I wholeheartedly recommend Dan In Real Life.
Andrew C D (ru) wrote: It has a solid cast, a great source material, and yet it's horrendously awful.
Diana R (jp) wrote: given the topic is was surprisingly quite. which made its moments of loudness feel either out of place or over the top.
Juilia (us) wrote: palimony?!? Sign me up!
Logan M (kr) wrote: Don't let your adoration for animals cloud your judgement. I too once gave this movie more credit than it deserves.
Jana B (es) wrote: touching. well done.
Kelly R (au) wrote: But I still don't understand the stock market!
Casey B (nl) wrote: This film is everything Lena Duhnam wants to say but grew up too privellaged to understand.It's funny that the two of people with the biggest influence on me as a writer have put out possibly their best movies in the same year (Before Midnight being the other).Frances Ha defines bittersweet (&) poignancy. It blows my mind that in 1994 Noah made the film (Kicking and Screaming) that defined Generation X (and served a the catalyst for the path I have chosen). And now, 20+ years later he's made the film that defines my generation and the post-collegiate experience that most of us that weren't born with rich parents have suffered through.
Scott J (jp) wrote: "I'm a writer, let's talk about it" - Almost passed out from laughter at this line.
Greg W (es) wrote: another wonderful period pic from kurosawa
theresa c (es) wrote: one of the beat films. i love them all
James H (gb) wrote: BOB HOPE AT HIS BEST, HYSTERICALLY FUNNY, MANY MANY WONDERFUL SCENES. THOROUGHLY ENJOYABLE. GREAT FUN.
Phillie E (mx) wrote: I guess it's slight better than Last Action Hero. Slightly.
Owen B (ca) wrote: Smart, funny, well-written, and an accurate representation of the high school in crowd, Mean Girls' only problem is that it's a bit too offensive for a PG-13 film.
Private U (nl) wrote: Magnifique adaptation du chef d'oeuvre de Faulkner
Lise L (br) wrote: Really sweet, funny and moving coming of age story. Great multi facetted characters and convincing acting.