Fulfilling his duty and protecting law is the life of Inspector Ranjit Kumar and this is his only religion in life. The couple Ranjit Kumar and Bharti paired as that of Ram and Sita of the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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therealjesuschrisify (br) wrote: You can tell he's trying hard, but it seems he has just ran out of good material. Unlike some other comedians Kevin's material can't stand on its own just trough the writing, most of it shines trough his delivery and characters, the problem in this special is that those characters seem played out and the new ones don't really hit the mark. Kevin is trying, you can clearly see that but unless you are a big fan of his work (enjoying some classic characters) or someone who isn't familiar with it at all (just laughing at his delivery experiencing his characters for the first time) you will not find this too funny.
Sebastian B (fr) wrote: After accidentally knocking her best friend off a roof. Alyce is haunted into a brutal nightmare of sex, drugs and brutal violence.
David S (ru) wrote: Mmmh no le puse mucha atencin y yo creo por eso no supe que rayos pas
bill s (ca) wrote: A big FU to the viewer at the end....unsatisfying.
Emmanuel T (nl) wrote: Hilarious, yet touching. This movie made you feel as though you had just stumbled into the life of the main character, as though events had already been unfolding before you started watching...This story about a narcoleptic pre-op transexual, is a moving (and musical) journey into identity, love, and the importance of following your heart even when it means breaking it. Pablo Puyol delivers a wonderful performance.
A Walking Dude (de) wrote: At times, the movie was a bit slow. I could not help but fall for how likable Schultze is as a person (especially the scene where he's cooking some cajun food).
Walter M (br) wrote: In "Box 507," it has been seven years since Maria(Dafne Fernandez), the teenaged daughter of Modesto(Antonio Resines), a banker, and Angela(Miriam Montilla), died in a forest fire. For them, life goes on. At least, until bank robbers take her hostage, forcing Modesto to open deposit boxes for them, one of which he loses his lunch into. That one also happens to have some very important information for him which he looks into while his wife recovers in the hospital. That box belongs to Rafael(Jose Coronado) and Monica(Goya Toledo) who are in the midst of some very delicate negotiations with the Mafia."Box 507" takes a methodical and nuanced approach to its multifaceted mystery, as it carefully dispenses information throughout. The central point of which is that there really is nothing more dangerous than a man with nothing to lose. But as intriguing a character as Modesto is(with an excellent performance from Antonio Resines to match), he is also the epicenter of the movie's flaws as it is too hard to believe that such important information just falls into his lap with him also being in a position to successfully decipher it. What could have solved this problem and made this otherwise compelling movie thrive would have been to start with at least one degree of separation between Modesto and the documents.
Rene T (gb) wrote: An epic masterpiece set against the backdrop of World War II. I really liked how the romance developed between the lead characters, as it felt natural and genuine.
Brian K (ag) wrote: A must watch almost exclusively for Vince Vaughn's star-turning performance.
Tanya C (gb) wrote: Ok the movie isn't that great but I love it because it was filmed in the little town I grew up in. It is fun to see the people from town as extras.
Michael W (us) wrote: Controversial tour for Head Mistress flames out when the brother of the executed murdering former frontman returns to claim his songs. Worth wading through the lack of suspense buildup for a memorable final concert where one stage girl is beheaded and her head thrown into the crowd much to the delight of the audience, who believe it part of the stage show. As is often the case, had the potential to be more than it is.
Jason K (kr) wrote: Nice little western even for people that dont like westerns.
James H (mx) wrote: Death Proof is underrated because it is Tarantino's weakest film. It's still a good film. The stunt work is brilliant, the performances are all convincing but although the characters are good, none of them rank with most of the characters from Tarantino's other films. The soundtrack is decent and the script is still fire as always. The thing that was lacking the most was the motivation behind Kurt Russell's character Stuntman Mike and why he does what he does. We never really get any proper explanation. This movie also looks nowhere near as good as Tarantino's other films, it looks quite poor actually, particularly nothing on the Kill Bills, which came out a few years before this.
Kevin M W (fr) wrote: Boo! In space. No, wait, it's all in yer mind. Oy. Disappointing.