Sameer lives a poor lifestyle in Bombay along with his mother, Ganga, and maternal uncle, Nekiram. While Nekiram works at a Petrol Pump, his mother paints pictures and statuettes of Hindu ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gomti Ke Kinare
Sameer lives a poor lifestyle in Bombay along with his mother, Ganga, and maternal uncle, Nekiram. While Nekiram works at a Petrol Pump, his mother paints pictures and statuettes of Hindu ...
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Alessandro L (es) wrote: Shane Meadows has talent without any doubts. I still prefer This is England though, because it appears more dramatic and touching to my tastes. However the blond kid, Thomas Turgoose, doesn't miss the goal.
Victor I (gb) wrote: One of the great comedies of the decade.
Alexander C (fr) wrote: Another romance churned out. Run o the mill stuff!
Steve S (gb) wrote: ** (out of four) A group of tough and troubled boys who are presented with an ex Green Beret assigned to whip them into shape.
Christy P (us) wrote: Great acting and excellent ambiance.
Gavin H (jp) wrote: Another great movie by Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman, and Kevin Spacey!
Toni (nl) wrote: this is one of my favorite oldie movies
Scott A (kr) wrote: Very funny. "Schultz!!!!" --inside joke from movie.
The Critic (gb) wrote: Ron Howard's compelling film about one of the most famous American television interviews utilises its artistic license to an extent that 'Frost/Nixon' is best taken as a piece of creative non-fiction rather than an outright historical drama. This does not distract from the competencies of the production, whose design, score, photography and editing give the film a sense of authenticity. In the titular roles, Michael Sheen is boyishly charismatic and the perfect opponent to the assured and intimidating Frank Langella; Oliver Platt and especially Kevin Bacon are in solid form as their respective sidekicks. That these particular actors aren't spitting images of their real-life counterparts is irrelevant - their performances are strong and affecting because they embody vital characteristics that give them the depth required for the telling of such a story. Even though the film might keep those unfamiliar with the events leading up to the interview at a distance, a viewing of Alan J. Pakula's superior 'All the President's Men' (1976) will help put this into context, it's a worthwhile exercise nonetheless.
Bruno V (kr) wrote: Better Found-Footage movie then all the Paranormal-Activity movies , Lolapolooza , winning the lotery ...repare some problems through history etc ...fine