Honest Shankarnath, even though employed in a supervisory capacity, nets only Rs.630/-, and is unable to accede to any of the demands placed by his three school-going children, Ravi, Roopa,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ghar Ghar Ki Kahani
Honest Shankarnath, even though employed in a supervisory capacity, nets only Rs.630/-, and is unable to accede to any of the demands placed by his three school-going children, Ravi, Roopa,...
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Jamin M (au) wrote: Alright uhh...not sure what to say about this one. I actually wasn't interested in Happy Feet Two when it came out because I felt it wasn't needed. I didn't even wanna see it when it was out of theaters. My boyfriend really wanted me to see it. So I gave in and watched it on Disney Channel. What do I think? Well, as great as the animation and visuals are, I don't think it's as good as it's predecessor. The narrative felt really incoherent and cluttered with too many subplots, therefore not allowing for lots of character development for the protagonist Eric. He's a nice kid, but I don't find him that engaging. He's really cute though. What worked with the original movie was that it had one main story. This one has too many. What really don't like about the film was it's use of really well-known actors voicing characters that didn't have much to do with the story, specifically Matt Damon, Brad Pitt, and Sophia Vergara. They're really talented actors and I'm sure even they felt that they're talent was wasted. The song sequences save for the last are not really memorable, neither is the comedy. Watching the movie wasn't a waste of my time or anything. Maybe if there was more plot-related focus, better comedy, and developed characters it would've been better. The visuals are still great, the plot is fine even it's unfocused, and the final song number is pretty good. It was also cool to see Mumble and Gloria in parental roles. All in all, Happy Feet Two isn't awful, but I'm gonna stick with the first film
Coralie P (ca) wrote: It started off good thought it would be great but as it went along it ran out of energy and all the same storylines came out . watchable
Jonathan B (au) wrote: Pretty good movie with some good actors, but I am not sure what type of film this was trying to be. It was too light hearted to be serious, but had too many dark scenes to be a comedy. Some of the side characters were just thrown in for connivence sake and did not feel like they belonged. Most of the dialogue revolved around being Jewish, so you probably would enjoy it more if you are a member of the tribe.
Melissa D (kr) wrote: Not as good as the first but still good plot line. Love how they kept Jess and Jim. Buts its a good movie, rent it.
Madhuri A (ag) wrote: Miracle in Milan is an ideal movie for Christmas. Even though there is nothing religious about it, it reaffirms an optimism and faith in general well-being. Coming from De Sica, this is surprising, as I had come to see him as a chronicler of misery and reality.
Bronson C (ru) wrote: A stand alone movie. It makes me sick to see people compare Carl Weathers to Sylvester Stallone or Arnold Scwarzenegger. They've made WORST movies than this. Weathers gave a good debut lead performance. A lot of people don't like this movie and I don't have to guess why, but that's another story. Me personally, thought it was good and I would suggest if you never seen it, do it. It's worth a watch if you're into 80's action flicks. It lives up to the name.
Michael R (kr) wrote: great movie crappy but good
Kevin M W (ca) wrote: One of the early takes of the by now popular be-careful-who-you-mess-with cautionary revenge epics Hollywood produces, cause-he-might-be-a-retired-super-spy. Tension is quickly ratcheted up and stays there until the conclusion, all performers ably contributing. A decent thriller.
Nick M (it) wrote: "Little Fockers", an unnecessary sequel with little to add to the series, is a complete misfire. The jokes are forced, in poor taste, and string together like a collection of crude, unfunny sketches from MAD TV, serving only to further what little plot there is. (The deliverance/plot feels like an a rehashed storyline found in most TV sitcoms.) The characters have worn out their welcome and their performances come off as tired with having little to do to complete the so called "Focker Trilogy." Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro provide fine chemistry once again, but its plot is a rehash of its predecessors so we see no new relationships between Greg and Jack (You'd think after 10 years that Jack would finally trust Greg to take care of his daughter!) Owen Wilson is a full fledged character in this installment which works better in doses; Dustin Hoffman and Barbara Streisand are completely wasted and underused; Jessica Alba is completely miscast and comes off as annoying. Underdeveloped story lines/subplots disappear without any closure of what happened in the end (Kids possibly going to the fancy private school, Greg's deal with the Alba and the pharmaceutical drug.) There are little, small laughs here and there but not enough to justify even the mere idea of making a third "Fockers" movie. Skip. 2/5