Get Educated: Paathshaala
Ask any parents and the most common problem being faced by them in the current times will bring out the real picture of the educational institutes functioning in our present social system. Fast moving towards the extreme commercialism of this noble profession, the schools and colleges of every major city are no-where less than any corporate business houses running with the sole motive of profits. Have they forgotten their actual task of imparting education to the future generation and Have they completely given up the nobleness of the profession….are the questions raised by this well intended project aptly titled "Paathshaala".
- Stars:Nana Patekar, Shahid Kapoor, Ayesha Takia, Sushant Singh, Saurabh Shukla, Anjan Srivastav, Kurush Deboo, Sanatan Mody, Shraddha Arya, Kainaz Motivala, Dwij Yadav, Swini Khara, Ali Haji, Vickeey Ahhuja, Salman Ahmed,
- Director:Milind Ukey,
- Writer:Ahmed Khan (story and screenplay)
A new English school-teacher also teaches music but ends up leading both teachers and students to revolt against the school management. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Get Educated: Paathshaala torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Excellent story of a narcissistic, alcoholic woman going from bad to worse. Even though it was advertised as a comedy, it's more of a tragedy.
(gb) wrote: If you could get away with making routine slasher's in the 80's why can't we just enjoy them in this century... Admittedly the worst of the three fronting women cast for this movie got the star role, which was just stupid! I also wasn't keen on how all of the climactic moments happened in the daytime, it just didn't have the same appeal as the night, especially when trying to utilise on the story of an old house and it's previous owners! Overall it was okay, but it's got Jason meets Leatherface (in a weak way) plastered all over it...
(jp) wrote: This was incredible. I cant beleive This was only a couple of years in the making. What a shame on our world. But amazing strength of Mr Freeman and the students. Terrific.
(mx) wrote: It would be comforting, and tidy, to suggest that the director had waited all his life for the chance to make this film, as if it meant everything to him; yet I still have no idea what truly quickens his heart, and at some level, for all the movie??s narrative momentum, Che retains the air of a study exercise--of an interest brilliantly explored. How else to explain one's total flatness of feeling at the climax of each movie?
(au) wrote: Intense, gut wrenching, Bus 174 it's an excellent documentary that makes your eyes glued to the screen.
(ru) wrote: Solid retelling of the Shakespeare classic.
(gb) wrote: Bizarre And Enjoyable Arty Horror-Drama With Great Cast--Kafka, brought to life by Soderbergh!!
(gb) wrote: The most accessible Trek film, The Voyage Home is funny, supreme sci-fi.
(nl) wrote: I like his brother more.
(ca) wrote: Two words: chicken pepperoni.
(us) wrote: Hard not to love, "Harry and Tonto" is a genuinely heartfelt story of an old man (& his cat) searching for a place to truly call home.
(jp) wrote: Cheap Filipino blaxploitation w/ bad kung fu which is a semi-classic due to super 70s sexy Playboy star Jeanne Bell. Appreciatively she even kicks some ass w/out a top so we can admire her famous sugar boobies (even if the film stock is grindhouse wore)
(jp) wrote: Probably not as good of a story, the animation is still an amazing piece of film. Review by Logan Cornn.
(mx) wrote: I enjoyed this from start to finish. Great flick
(gb) wrote: Clint Eastwood was a pretty busy guy in the late 60's and early 70's. In 1968 he starred in 3 films, Hang 'Em High, Where Eagles Dare and Coogan's Bluff. Of the three Coogan's is weakest film. It was directed by Don Siegel who would later go on to direct Eastwood in the first Dirty Harry movie. You can tell that Coogan's Bluff is setting the ground work for that film. Eastwood plays Coogan, a misogynistic sheriff from Arizona who has to travel to New York City to extradite a prisoner named Ringerman (John Stroud) back to Arizona for trial. When he arrives in the city he discovers that his Ringerman is not ready to transport because he is in a mental ward after taking some LSD. Determined to get his prisoner and head back to Arizona, Coogan convinces the hospital to release Ringerman to his care. On their way to the airport Coogan is jumped by some of Ringerman's gang and and Ringerman escapes. Coogan now needs to track down Ringerman and bring him to justice. Coogan's Bluff is really just a classic "fish out of water" story. Picture Paul Hogan in Crocodile Dundee or Johnny Weissmuller in Tarzan's New York Adventure and you have an idea what is going in this movie. Eastwood's play's his usual stoic self in this one. He does a nice job keeping you interested in a character that is truthfully difficult to like. I thought Tisha Sterling was interesting in this movie as well as the drugged out hippie girlfriend of Ringerman. Coogan's Bluff has not aged well. There are a lot of scenes of the late 60's hippie counter culture and they seem pretty ridiculous by today's standards. This isn't really the biggest problem with the movie however. For me the biggest issue was there wasn't really anything going on in this movie. Ringerman isn't really a true villain he pretty much just hides out taking drugs until Eastwood tracks him down. The action scenes are few and far between and most of the movie seems to be about Coogan trying to get women in bed. Coogan's Bluff is interesting in that the character is pretty obviously the basis for the Dirty Harry role and that they went on to make a tv show based on the movie called McCloud. It is available to stream on Netflix if you want to check it out, but there are much better Eastwood films out there.
(ag) wrote: A bit overlong. Good performances all around. Nice climactic shootout.