Rohit and Adhya are happily married and in order to break the monotony in life, they decide to play a game; little knowing that destiny had something else in store for them. A game in which... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rohit and Adhya are happily married and in order to break the monotony in life, they decide to play a game; little knowing that destiny had something else in store for them. A game in which...
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Avishek S (es) wrote: a good bhardwaj-sqe film..
Mlissa A (it) wrote: TELLEMENT decue. AU moins, on y entre-voit plusieurs de nos bons danseurs qubcois ! Sinon, rien dire.
Ole J (mx) wrote: Very weird movie, Very bad movie.
ed f (mx) wrote: The dialogue drags on and some of the special effects wouldn't look out of place in a Saturday morning series. Otherwise a good movie for those into fantasy, especially Japanese fantasy
Mary S (us) wrote: Why end a movie like that!?
Steve G (it) wrote: This is for Circle of Violence.
Lucas G (es) wrote: I mostly just enjoy Tommy Lee Jones.
Alec B (fr) wrote: Even worse than the original zapped except somehow even more bland and cheesy.
Lafe F (de) wrote: Based on a true story, a Korean war vet named Emmett Folley (played by Gary Oldman) can't adjust to life back home and has a crisis with the law. He is sent to Chattahoochee, an outhouse of an institution where the state of Florida locks the mentally ill and the criminals together. Emmet is a rebel against the cruel guards. Emmet's wife and kid are visiting less and less, so Emmet finds companionship in Walker Benson (played by Dennis Hopper). The two of them talk of escaping this place, but Emmett has a bigger idea... A movie of the human spirit against all disgusting odds; they were probably hoping for Academy Award nominations with this one. It's grim and gritty, but is ultimately a joy to watch.
Brian C (mx) wrote: While the editing and pacing were very annoying, The Dead Next Door is quite a good story. We have the Zombie Squad hunting down zombies, but also trying to find a cure. We have a religious cult doing whatever a cult does other than keeping zombies and feeding their dead to them. Almost every character is named after a famous horror director/writer/special effects person which is a nice touch.There are some really cool moments in this, and is worth seeing, but be patient as it has terrible pacing.
Benjamin W (it) wrote: An excellent film all about tragedy and redemption. The cinematography is simple, but beautiful and the plot and characters are definitely some of the best I've seen in a while.
John Y (es) wrote: The Biblical story is overly embellished with unnecessary drama. To the point that it almost changes the story completely.
Neil O (mx) wrote: With a cast of Universal regulars (Evelyn Ankers, Turhan Bay, Milburn Stone) and lead by a barnstorming performance by George Zucco, this is a smashing little title which is not seen as much as some of th eother Universal horrors. Especially effective is the make up.
Oleg A (us) wrote: the most pretentious and predictable movie i've ever seenand whoever wrote that score deserves a nail in their head
Tommy H (fr) wrote: I think this is Aronofsky's best movie. Even better than The Wrestler. I've never seen the way a movie is filmed do such a good job of expressing the way the central character is feeling. It's a masterpiece of psychological expressionism. I love the intensity of the headache scenes. When Max is looking in the mirror picking at his head reminds me of the inky grittiness of Taxi Driver and the industrial, dream-like escapism of Eraserhead. The scenes where Max is walking around, feeling paranoid; the camera is close to his head and centered on him chewing his fingers while the background is disorientating and dizzy. And the way it flashes to ordinary people staring at him. Requiem For A Dream wanted to make you sick and succeeded in that not so noble ambition, Pi wants to make you anxious and paranoid -- my kind of movie -- and it succeeds. The way the narrative is expressed visually is beautiful and eerie. And the soundtrack is perfect; chaotic and synthetic. Clint Mansell also did the great soundtrack for Requiem. The script itself I found not so brilliant, but it was appropriate for this kind of experience. I just wish it was a little less zany. But then again, maybe the zaniness was necessary.For fans of this movie I highly recommend The Conversation by Francis Ford Coppola.
Christian Z (nl) wrote: Very overlooked film that captures what made the graphic novel so good.