This movie was a tribute to R. D. Burman. Jhankaar Beats is a story about love, friendship and music. Two copywriter brothers have lost in pop music contest called Jhankaar Beats for the last two years. They take the help of an apprentice to compete in a music contest.
- Stars:Sanjay Suri, Rahul Bose, Juhi Chawla, Rinke Khanna, Riya Sen, Ikra Khatri, Manmauji, Goolistan Gandhi, Raja Vaid, Sangeeta Chauhan, Hafiz Khan, Dinyar Contractor, Archana Puran Singh, Vijayendra Ghatge, Shashikala,
- Director:Sujoy Ghosh,
- Writer:Sujoy Ghosh (story and screenplay), Milap Zaveri (dialogue), Sujoy Ghosh (dialogue), Suresh Nair (dialogue)
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(ca) wrote: AIDS was a plague for the gay community. When you are infected with a plague, you become ostracized, victimized, and isolated by the general populous as they try to quarantine it. There aren't too many positive stories about AIDS victims, but How to Survive a Plague is about as optimistic about the future of AIDS victims as I have ever seen. More than that, it is a well crafted and edited documentary that contains some mystery, some humor, and tons of hope for anyone who wants to stand up for what they believe in. How to Survive a Plague is about the fight to get drugs on the market more quickly as mass casualties turned AIDS into a pandemic from 1987 to 1996. The film focuses on the efforts of an underground NY group called ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power), which contained many homosexuals, but also some activists and doctors supporting their fight. Told mostly in footage they themselves took, we get to see their effective use of the media as they hold several nonviolent protests or debate issues with important players in the AIDS game. We see how some members of the group become highly educated on their disease and create TAG (treatment action group) that partners with the FDA doctors to research a cure. As TAG becomes closer with the FDA, ACT UP starts to mistrust the group since they are far away from the front lines. Along with the internal struggles and FDA fight, we get other fights from George Bush, Bill Clinton, Jesse Helms, Ed Koch, St. Patrick's Church, and other people who feel the need to comment on the "behavior" of the community. Where did they store all this footage? ACT UP was well ahead of its time recording all of its doings, inside and out, on camera. Like Ghandi and King before them, ACT UP used nonviolent and pointed protests which they filmed themselves alongside the media, thus controlling how their message got across. In addition, we learn just how well verse the group was in learning about the various cures that became available. Like any good documentary, the end goal grows from a simple search for an AIDS treatment into a study of how to band together to accomplish a political goal. Using knowledge, publicity, and education as the backbone, a two-pronged attack with boots on the ground and using institutions already in place succeeded in finding a successful treatment for AIDS. How To Survive A Plague is wonderful at showing the evolving struggles of accomplishing a goal through government/political means. What elevates How to Survive a Plague over a normal documentary is the various storytelling methods that keep the movie consistently interesting. For the mystery lover, the movie keeps hidden who dies and who lives among the principals until the end. For the dramatics, the protests carry lots of thrills and leave you on the edge of your seat plus the potential ACT UP schism becomes a very terrifying possibility midway though. For the comedian, there is a very humorous use of condoms and a house. Credit director David France for successfully editing the story to fit into a very linear narrative, using the subplots to build upon one another until the AIDS treatment is discovered. Mark Harrington. Peter Staley. Bob Rafsky. Ann Northrup. These names deserve to be remembered alongside some of the other great social activists like Martin Luther King Jr. or Jane Addams. Their ceaseless effort and pragmatic approach is on display in How to Survive a Plague, a wonderful documentary successfully weaving together numerous topics like gay rights, the AIDS epidemic, the political process, the FDA, and religion. I hope one day down the line that these brave pioneers get some sort of holiday-type recognition for the changes and results they achieved.
(it) wrote: El GRINGO - TODO SEA POR UN VASO DE AGUA Y ACAPULCO.
(kr) wrote: quite gd robert buckley is hot
(es) wrote: special effects were cheap!! like it was made in teh 70's...the beginning was somewhat entertaining but it only got worse
(mx) wrote: A pseudo 20s or maybe 50s movie that cannot quite find its feet. The black and white photography and the jazzy music set the scenes well giving a film noir setting. Surreal is rather an understatement and the story does spin a lot so hang on tight and relax the mind or you will never know the story or the ending. Nibbles: Frosties and Milk.
(ca) wrote: Original idea, but for a comedy with an all star cast it wasn't really that funny. The wedding planners ended up being the stand out performers
(fr) wrote: Director Uwe Boll now brings Bloodrayne to the screen to no great effect. Everything you would expect from a Boll film: bad acting, hollow story, non-stop rediculous action stunts, and gratuitous sex scenes.
(ca) wrote: i remeber it as charming , and i do have a simpathy for blair :)
(fr) wrote: Delightful Hong Kong action-comedy-horror fun. Hopping vampires are awesome.
(de) wrote: It was almost revolutionary that Louis Malle made a film staring two actors playing versions of themselves talking over dinner. What's really amazing is that this film remains interesting. Wallace Shawn and Andre Gregory will be forever chatting in my mind. Simple and yet interestingly complex, this is not a film to be missed.
(it) wrote: This might be the most (unintentionally) hilarious movie I've ever watched.
(us) wrote: thrilling, especially the motel room scene
(gb) wrote: I like the movie and I have the game
(es) wrote: Eastwood himself takes the director's chair for this fourth Dirty Harry film. Better than the third film, but still not as compelling as the first two.
(ca) wrote: 90% - Tarzan consists of a dark touch to its story but makes it very fun to watch due to its brightly-colored animation and extremely funny dialogues.
(it) wrote: * My Favorite * The date scene in the restaurant is awesome. And I love this line:" You know, loving you is the only thing I've ever done right"
(mx) wrote: An intense, hard-hitting and surprisingly watchable movie. Van Damme's own Die Hard.