Indu lives a middle-class lifestyle along with her widower dad. She attends college, meets with Raj, and both fall in love with each other. Raj follows her everywhere including a picnic, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ek Hi Maqsad
Indu lives a middle-class lifestyle along with her widower dad. She attends college, meets with Raj, and both fall in love with each other. Raj follows her everywhere including a picnic, ...
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Chase V (gb) wrote: A perfect way for Miyazaki to retire from the film world.
Grant S (ag) wrote: Incredibly lame, unoriginal, unfunny and purile. Avoid at all costs.
Christopher S (kr) wrote: The title would suggest that Dario Argento is returning to the classic genre he helped create, but instead it's just another bland, uninspired slasher movie with a moronic plot and phoned-in performances. Yet another sad reminder that Argento is decades from the brilliant filmmaker he once was.
Dan P (br) wrote: Great animation and a decent story.
Michael K (es) wrote: A fan of punk music, I was EXTREMELY pleased by this docudrama about The Germs. Well-acted, and quite thought-provoking. I loved it!
Kewan G (ca) wrote: only a few funny parts wit faizon love, and david alan grier. if they wasn't in the movie it would be some ISssSssSSh
Fabio V (au) wrote: Overall funny movie to lay back and watch if you're in for a laugh.
Anders A (jp) wrote: An adventures action movie building a masculine hero. Portrating the life of Conan, from his childhood, giving insight to his inner values and motivation to crush those who have destroyed his life. Set in the far away mountains and desserts, giving it all a creeping cult atmosphere, where DOOM and Thulsa Doom is worshipped by a snake-cult. Great occultism and a vision of a ancient cult worshipping the strong, sex and sacrifices.
jay n (es) wrote: Good special effects for the period and some amusing scenes at the beginning but the film is widely uneven.
Greg W (ag) wrote: this family puts the dis in disfunctional!
Patricia L (us) wrote: This film is a wonderful way to teach American history to our children. The music and characterzations of the Continential Congress are just fun to watch, but gets the serious point of how America was founded across. I loved this movie. It is one of my all-time favorites.
Matt C (ag) wrote: Ludicrously bad in that, 'what on earth were they possibly thinking??' kind of way. Apparently Thomas Harris wrote the script so he can only blame himself for the final destruction of the Hannibal Lector character here. He's given a traumatic childhood experience to explain everything he's ever done, a sexy Japanese Samurai Auntie to lust over (I kid you not) and is portrayed on the screen by some weird French dude you've never heard of and never will again. Downright bizarre, even the Wire's McNulty looks lost as he desperately tries to pretend to be French.
v9y j (jp) wrote: This slick little heist movie is based on a true story of a 70s bank robbery in London. Pacy and engrossing.
Regina B (es) wrote: I'd say for someone who's read and loved Larsson's novel, this adaption of Lisbeth's story is one that meets expectations, but doesn't really go that extra mile. It feels sort of impersonal and detached to the beauty I found in reading it. And I suppose to those who haven't read the novel, I feel like the story will present itself as very flat and unintelligible. The film itself has received good ratings I believe solely for its tale, but not its depiction. Great, still though for Larsson's feminist literature coming across as a powerful female character who won't take anyone's shit.