Chronicles the devastating impact on vulnerable Muslims in Gujarat after riots.
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Tyler B (br) wrote: i still hate scary movies
Adrian R (jp) wrote: If this is the same film packaged by Dimension Extreme, then it is worth seeing. Most of Dimension Extreme horror films are just that EXTREME!!! Not for the weak! Most of the films are scary and gory and some are even derangedly funny.
Ceren T (kr) wrote: When i watched this movie, i actually really understand way of addicted to sex. It's a simple obsession actually, but i feel the way sexaddicts way of look.So that's a success of the movie i guess...And i also like the mix technics of filming also, the animations, He use every piece in the right places... So it doesn't disturb you..
Dee P (au) wrote: Good movie, very interesting plot; first-rate casting.
Jordan x (nl) wrote: My favorite movie of all time!
Jason M (jp) wrote: Sean Penn at his most endearing, in one of Woody Allen's late, great efforts.
todd f (ru) wrote: great,great movie!!!!!
Dianna D (ru) wrote: Judge not, lest ye be judged...
Clarky C (es) wrote: One of my all time favourite kick ass films, Very underrated.
Ken S (gb) wrote: Whoopi Goldberg is a computer transaction person at a bank, who gets roped into a spy plot when she is IM'd by some stranger who names himself after Rolling Stones tunes, and asks her to vaguely help him with some problem he may be having. It is a decent concept actually, sort of like a modern (for the 80s) Hitchcock tale, but the problem is that the script has been written to be too comedic, I guess to highlight Whoopi's skills...but she is capable of much more than being a jokester (she has a fucking Oscar)...and there are ons of horribly ADR'd lines that explain in dialogue what we can all easily see on screen. Show not tell jerks! It also goes on long past it's welcome. I was surprised to see this was the directorial debut of Penny Marshall, who directed some pretty good movies in "Big" and "A League of Their Own".
John A (ag) wrote: A Very Fun Film, Which Is A Hit Or A Miss For Some People. Vincent Price Plays A Vampire Who Kidnaps A Famous Horror Novelist (John Carradine), & Takes Him To "The Monster Club", A Nightclub Exclusively For Monsters. During Their Time In The Club, The Vampire Tells The Author Three Tales Involving Different Types Of Horror Creatures. A Well-Made Film, Which Is Extremely Cheesy In Some Places & Brilliant In Others. A Rare Film Which See's Horror Legends, Vincent Price, John Carradine & Donald Pleasence In A Comedy Horror.
Dave J (ag) wrote: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 (2012) Arbitrage DRAMA/ SUSPENSE Written and directed by Nicholas Jarecki who used to work in Wall Street, providing yet another fascinating look about the industry. Stars Richard Gere as Robert Miller attempting to make a sale to avoid the gov't system. It's complicated but I've seen this movie some time ago.
Colin S (mx) wrote: Good Lord, what happened in the intervening eight years between this and the first in the series? Bigger budget for sure and the action is at times breathtaking in its sheer volume of destruction, but it's at the sacrifice of an overall coherence of plot and energy that the first movie had in a much better way. We watched this on the strength of the recommendation from Hot Fuzz, which was a much better movie than this.
Chiek E (gb) wrote: Having people quarantined because of exposure to new and exotic diseases also gives CDC the chance to experiment new drugs on these subjects. Needless to say, only those who received the right treatment would survive.
Anthony S (de) wrote: Vince says 5 stars and I say 4 stars.