Mary and Peter fall in love with each other and are about to get married, when Peter is asked to re-join his regiment to go to war. Shortly thereafter, he is missing, believed to be dead, leaving behind a devastated Mary who subsequently gives birth to twins, and leaves them on the doorsteps of two Goan households, and becomes a nun. Twenty four years later, India is a free country, while Goa is under the rule of the Portugese, Mary is the Mother Superior; Peter, who is still alive, is the Deputy Superintendent of Police in Goa, who has been entrusted the task of apprehending two revolutionaries by the name of Ram and Rahim - none other than his very own sons. Watch what happens when duo unleash a series of attacks against the oppressive Portugese regime, including robbing the Bank of Portugal, disrobing an arrogant Superindent of Police, Alburqueue, then setting his house on fire, joining hands with dreaded bandit Daler Singh, and abducting the daughter of the Goa's Hakim, Rita.
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Lewis E (de) wrote: (2.5 stars)'La La Land' showcases suave musical/dance numbers which gifts it with a unique flamboyance but there is very little foundation beneath.
Matthew B (ca) wrote: Albert Nobbs: "Life without decency is unbearable".The story is about a woman who struggles to find independence in 19th century Ireland and poses as a man so she can work as a butler at a top hotel. When she meets a painter it gives "Albert" the chance she needs to escape the lie she has been living.Albert Nobbs has been described as an Oscar bait movie that's only purpose of existing is to win prizes, and while I do agree it is a bit Oscar bait and the movie itself is quite forgettable, but I'll be lying if I say there wasn't anything good in it. Compare this to other Oscar bait movies we've had in the past, this one isn't that bad or pretentious. Glenn Close was unrecognizable in this movie. I really bought into her playing a man and it's not just by the make-up that sold the effect off, but the tone of her voice, the movement and the overall performance created the effect perfectly. I'm so shocked that Glenn Close has never won an Oscar yet, as she's been non-stop impressing me in every she's done (including this one). Glenn Close was absolutely outstanding in this movie. The make-up, the costumes and the rest of the cast were all great. These's not a single bad performance in this movie. The staging and the scenery was spot on. Sadly I wish the whole movie was great, but keep in mind that I don't think Albert Nobbs is a bad movie but the movie falls into the cliche gender or sexuality problems that every Oscar bait movie dose. Now I have seen many movies that dose focus on the gender and sexuality issues and the movies themselves were great, because those movies never tried the 'Give me awards' kind of movie, they were good movies and I could easily watch them again as a film, but movies like Albert Nobbs are the type of films that I'll only watch once and never again.Overall Albert Nobbs has fantastic performances from everyone, great make-up and scenery. Unfortunately the film itself isn't what I call "great", just forgettable and it sucks saying that since I know a lot of effort went into this movie.
James M (gb) wrote: one of the worst movies of all time! right up there with Norbit. how could they not make this work?
Chris H (br) wrote: Finally, a romantic-comedy worth watching. 'My Last Five Girlfriends' takes a unique and unconventional cinematic approach and tries to understand true love, relationships, and the secret behind a successful companionship. This enjoyable film is filled with quick quips and witty, engaging dialogue. At times it will leave you hysterically laughing, and at others leaving you feel completely sympathetic towards the characters.
Nikolas G (gb) wrote: another film about seventies . interesting but i like more the movies filmed that age by all those great filmmakers
Moya W (ca) wrote: Even though I didn't get a thing during the scenes when they were speaking Spanish, it was still a well acted movie and quite entertaining.
lion o (it) wrote: what a film to see 10 out of 10
Keith W (nl) wrote: A hilarious parody of The Fugitive
Thomas K (ru) wrote: In the late 90's films of classic television programs were really popular and sci-fi has always been popular so this should have pretty much been a cakewalk. What happened. Good actors with nothing of real interest to do and a director without a vision is what happened. There are some nifty effects and that's about all.
Gisell B (nl) wrote: This was the first movie I saw that made me notice Benicio Del Toro & I've been following him ever since. Loved this classic 90s movie...Every time I see this movie, I can't help but think of "One Headlight" by the Wallflowers. When the song does come on the radio, I think of this movie... :)
Anthony V (nl) wrote: How could a pairing of Nicolson and Barkin go wrong? I don't think you want to know.
Augustina S (de) wrote: The first half is a load of fun, particularly (and perhaps solely) because Streisand performs some of her most iconic songs. Truly, the songs carry the film, as the rather flimsy plot leaves quite a lot to be desired. Fanny Brice fans may be disappointed since this deals minimally with her career and focuses instead on her romance with Nick Arnstein (which is not the most riveting subject matter, I must say, nor is it the most interesting aspect of Miss Brice's life). I was hoping this would capture some of Brice's iconic (and hilarious) moments as her famous radio character, Baby Snooks, but sadly it didn't. Instead, we see her dressed up as Snooks for about thirty seconds, and the film doesn't explain anything about the character or its cultural significance at the time. If you're looking for an informative biography of Fanny Brice or a comprehensive understanding of her career, you'll have to look elsewhere. Still, as entertainment, this is a solid piece that will no doubt thrill fans of the movie musical, and Streisand here gives some of her best performances. It's a bit over-long, but it's worth the watch.
David T (us) wrote: Un film che sarebbe perfetto, non fosse per il commento retorico....
Kathy C (de) wrote: Ireland of the Welcomes? ! Welcome! Imagine "Jack Black" as young lady in and old lady's body and you'll hear, touch, see, taste, smell and up, down, and all around you'll experience who, what, how, when, where, and how I begun to be.Love,Me: to You Sunday, November 1, 2015