Anna Gurav is terror personified! In Wanarwadi, in the picturesque Konkan, Anna's word is the LAW- because of his command over Astrology. But he is at loggerheads with Ajit, his only son ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Anna Gurav is terror personified! In Wanarwadi, in the picturesque Konkan, Anna's word is the LAW- because of his command over Astrology. But he is at loggerheads with Ajit, his only son ...
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Miguel ngel N (ca) wrote: Qu tal show se mandaron en el Ultra 2013, por Dios!
John M (br) wrote: Good not great documentary about kids looking to escape urban Philly via culinary careers and a hard-driving teacher determined to get them to work their hardest for a bright future. the directors take a fly-on-the-wall which does not prevent them from getting some great reaction shots from all parties to the drama unfolding. It is a bit padded with the students' lives away from cooking classes and events of the school year, but the core story of pursuing scholarships in the culinary arts has enough underdog appeal to keep the whole thing moving forward. Wilma Stephenson is the sort of larger-than-life character documentary filmmakers dream of.
Mike J (it) wrote: This indie film is awesome! It shares a similar plot line with "Alpha Dogs" starring Justin Timberlake. "Kush" also has hot actors which is definitely a plus. The plot was interesting and kept my attention throughout the entire length of the film(which most indie films do not)never seeming to have a dull moment. The acting was performed well and I forgot to mention James Duval who was in "Gone in Sixty Seconds" and Independence Day" stars in this film. I highly recommend watching Kush, its a well crafted indie flick.
Katie L (gb) wrote: great film, great actors...i need this on dvd
Brett S (it) wrote: Brilliant piece of work. Often tongue-in-cheek and socially aware in bizarre and subtle fashion, this one's got appeal for every one if only they take time to clear their minds.
Dan M (ag) wrote: Chevy Chase was really on his game here with this one. He plays a much better master of disguise than Dana Carvey(in one of the worst movies of all time I might add). Quirky, entertaining, brief run time.. definitely worth a watch.
Matt D (jp) wrote: Hands down one of the goofiest movies I have ever seen. But who could possibly resist a madcap comic musical about white slavery?!
Steve N (fr) wrote: This is by far the strangest film of Billy Wilder's long career and, as it turns out, a herald of his retirement. The film is blatantly sexual in ways that are surprisingly shocking, even by today's standards. As a ribald commentary on the evolving sexual and social mores of the early 60s, it was both intensely controversial and a commercial disaster when it was released. However, time has been reasonably kind to it. Dean Martin's riff on his own 'Dino' persona defines "living like a rock star" before there were rock stars in the modern sense. His appetites are unslakable, even for local go-to girl Kim Novak. You watch his blatant groping with your jaw open, wondering why no one has shivved the impudent prick up to now. Interestingly, the "purest" character may be Novak's "Polly the Pistol" who, in assuming the guise of a housewife, becomes more like her inner self than the rode-hard roadhouse chew-toy she seems at first blush.
Cody H (kr) wrote: This is now one of my favorite old horror movies, a true gem of the Old Horror Movie Night we do-- ridiculous monsters, radiation, drunken poachers, and tough (and hairy) men brandishing harpoon guns. A very fun film.
Sophia C (mx) wrote: i mean its JLO what's not to love