Hum Hindustani

Hum Hindustani

Surendra Nath and Satyendra Nath are two brothers who live in an old palatial home with their dad, mom, and sister. The Nath family is undergoing hard times as their property is under ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1960
  • Language:Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:remake,  

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Hum Hindustani torrent reviews

Alex V (ag) wrote: Completely average with above average effects.

Meghan R (gb) wrote: great story, I saw it on the plane so some of the words were hard to understand for me...but I teared up at the end

Dann M (ru) wrote: Dealing with dark themes and controversial issues, Dark Blue is a dower and murky film that tries for too much. The story follows a corrupt unit of the LAPD that's working a high profile case in the mist of the 1991 Rodney King trial. Kurt Russell, Scott Speedman, Brendan Gleeson, and Ving Rhames form a solid cast, but their performances don't have much dimension. The characters just aren't developed enough to really get invested in. And unfortunately, rather than accentuating the themes of corruption and racial tension that the film is exploring, the placing of the Rodney King trial within the story feels awkwardly shoehorned in. Dark Blue attempts to tackle provocative issues, but winds up as a stereotypical and monotonous cop drama.

Joshua H (gb) wrote: First of all, I grew up with this movie and it has extreme nostalgic value for me, thus resulting in a relatively higher rating than if I had not grown up with it. Critically this movie doesn't offer a lot the animation isn't anything special, the plot isn't very original, and a lot of the dialog is corny. However this movie is not a complete loss. The soundtrack is a whole lot better than any other 1990s Saturday mourning TV-show based movie. There are some actual lines in the movie that are hilarious. The villain in the second part is one of my favorite childhood bad guys. Last, but not at all least, this movie is exiting and parents can expect not to fall asleep. This is one of my personal favorite movies, based mostly on nostalgic value, and I would suggest it to those who loved the series as kids and to those with kids. It's definitely a more entertaining alternative to Dora the Explorer.

Stephanie P (gb) wrote: One of those movies you see randomly on basic tv. It's pretty obvious why.

Richard N (nl) wrote: Meantime is superbly scripted, the performances outstanding, the impact powerful and lasting. It's a darkly funny, wry and gritty snapshot of 80's urban decay seen through the somewhat tarnished lens of a dysfunctional downtrodden family on an East London estate, the Pollocks. Up there with Mike Leigh's finest work.

Lisa B (nl) wrote: Meryl is so young! But she still commands the screen. The storyline of this movie left much to be desired.

Rachel L (au) wrote: classic tear jerker sad love story

Alan W (de) wrote: This is a great movie

Brandon W (jp) wrote: Goon is directed by Michael Dowse, and it stars Seann William Scott, Jay Baruchel, Alison Pill, and Liev Schreiber in a sports comedy about a bodyguard that wanted to do something worthwhile in his life, and when his best friend and him went to a hockey game, one of the hockey team was about to go at Pat (Jay Baruchel) Doug (Seann William Scott) goes at the player and beats the living crap out of him, which got one of the hockey coach to notice him and hired him as a goon. When going through YouTube, I was watching a video about movies that people haven't seen in a decade, which I actually have, and when I saw Goon in one of the list, I figured I go back to it again and see how it holds up, which it really does. I haven't seen Seann William Scott in a while, and in this, he's fantastic in this, and it's interesting that even though he plays a goon, he's also a really nice guy that would mess with someone that would either mess with the main character, his family, or his team. The team members are very memorable, and the fight scenes are entertaining to watch, even if it's brutal to watch at times that some people would look away from the film. As Jay Baruchel's first script, which he co-wrote with Evan Goldberg, it's really good at bringing humor to it, while also creating a lot of heart, which is something that I haven't quite seen in a while. Alison Pill is really good, and the chemistry between Eva and Doug is very adorable. The hockey scenes are exciting that got me to hope that Doug's team would succeed as I cared about the characters, and I like that Liev Schreiber's character is not necessarily a villain in this as he doesn't hate the main character, and more or less respects him. Goon is probably my favorite hockey film that I hope that Goon: Last of the Enforcers gets made so I can go and see it.

Brandon W (mx) wrote: Knocked Up is directed and written by Judd Apatow, and it stars Seth Rogen, Katherine Heigi, Paul Rudd, and Leslie Mann in a comedy film about a one night stand between a guy who doesn't do anything in his life, and a woman that works at E!, and so when it turned into an unintentional pregnancy, they meet up with each other, and start to get to know each other. I'm a fan of Judd Apatow's films and seen them all that he directed, so with this movie, Knocked Up is a very hilarious one. Seth Rogen and Katherine Heigi are really funny in it and have great chemistry together that is realistic and relatable. The humor is really good, and even the raunchy parts get a laugh out of me too. The cast are really good, which is cool to see Ken Jeong not act like his usual self in the later films that he's in, and seeing the late Harold Ramis look so happy, it makes me happy for some reason. The script by Judd Apatow is really well done as it creates some great characters. It's very sweet, has a lot of heart, and a lot of jokes that would entertain the viewers that are trying to find a film that's funny.

Robert R (ca) wrote: Now know why they call a "Snoozer" a "Snoozer". Most boring and irrelevant movie I think I've ever seen. I would not recommend this to someone even if it were out in DVD.

Anthony F (de) wrote: Slow burner but brilliant.

intuciic (es) wrote: pretty naive story, but little bit watchable

Jonny P (ag) wrote: "Daylight" is everything that you hoped it would not be. The concept is actually pretty interesting and could have become an amazing disaster film, but the acting is simply some of the worst that you will ever encounter. There came a point where I starting rooting for certain characters to die just so that I didn't have to watch them act anymore. It is just atrocious. Stallone set a poor precedence for the rest of his castmates. After watching this wooden performance, nobody would ever believe that he was once nominated for an Oscar. The acting is painful to watch (especially the Birdemic-level performance of Jay O. Sanders), but there are also some major issues with the script. Nothing spoils an intense moment like a felon on a prison transport blubbering like a baby and a woman wrestling around with an electrical wire for 20 minutes with boots on her hands. While it may seem like the campiness of the film might make it a fun watch, it takes itself too seriously to be funny. Watch if you must, but there are dozens of disaster films that I'd rather watch.

Allegra S (kr) wrote: There are some of the funniest scenes in this movie, real classics. Especially the fight scene with the old civil war veterans...pure genius!