Kisna: The Warrior Poet

Kisna: The Warrior Poet

The film is set in the India of the tumultuous 1930's when nationalists fighting for the country's independence rose up as one, urging the British to quit. At this time, a young Indian, Kisna befriends and then shields a British girl Katherine, from an enraged mob of nationalists including Kisna's own uncle and brother. Katherine is the young daughter of a ruthless British collector. Kisna takes it upon himself to escort Katherine to the safety of the British High Commission in New Delhi, who will arrange for her to board a ship home. A tender attraction develops between Kisna and Katherine during the journey, a love story that is torn between 'Karma' (the noble deed) and 'Dharma' (the duty). Laxmi, the Indian girl Kisna is engaged to, forms the third point in an emotional triangle involving the Indo-British romantic pair

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Kisna: The Warrior Poet torrent reviews

David K (nl) wrote: I was fully engaged in the film until I noticed that a good portion of it is not raw, untampered footage as shot in the wild. For example, the lioness fight where Silver Eye lost her eye, was computer graphics. This particular fight scene, I've seen in other documentaries, like on Animal Planet. I'm not criticizing this too negatively because it's hard to get an animal to do as a script says unlike human actors so it makes sense that they'd have to alter it somehow in order to get it to make it presentable by making it conform to a format with a particular emotional progression form that's formulaic of this genre. Eitherway, the movie is good and well worth watching and the message is definitely one of many that humanity needs to set aside their own greed and act on in order to ensure that we can still inhabit this planet for at least a good portion of the 500 million years left before this planet's expiration date.

Chris W (jp) wrote: A satisfying conclusion to an awesome trilogy... something very rare for a third film in a trilogy.

Jenn T (es) wrote: I seriously enjoyed this movie, it was heartwarming and really well acted, the plot was good and it was filmed well, highly recommend it!

S S (ru) wrote: Eh. Just eye candy...on Ed Burns part.

Robert I (ru) wrote: Funny movie. Fake fake fake. But funny. Really, really amateurish too.

Aj V (nl) wrote: A pretty good boxing movie, it's set in the past, in England (I think). I saw it on TV, and it looked good enough, but I got kinda bored with it in some scenes.

Mark S (ru) wrote: A Charlie Chaplin film that only features a barely recognisable Chaplin for a matter of seconds. I didn't realise this would be the case until I put the dvd in and read his notice to the public at the start of the film. I was initially disappointed by this (so can perhaps understand why the film failed at the box office, as Chaplin's audience wanted Chaplin) but gave the film a chance and was glad that I did. It's a decent drama that for a silent film contains surprisingly realistic portrayals of human behaviour. No part of the film feels 'tacked on', so Chaplin succeeded in his aim to tell a story and have it reach its logical conclusion. It's not one of his best efforts (considering he made so many classics) but excluding his comedy genius highlighted his skills as a writer and director.

Magnus S (ru) wrote: From director Kevin Smith. Promising set up but rather messy.

Trevor H (es) wrote: Such a disappointing portrayal of one of the greatest stories of Australian resistance to the Japanese invasion of Papua New Guinea in WWII. The film accurately depicts the awful conditions these men fought in, but fails miserably to build tension and excitement through the plot, which is practically non-existent. One to avoid.

Tanner B (ag) wrote: River of No Return (1954) C-91m. [2 and a half stars] D: Otto Preminger. Robert Mitchum, Marilyn Monroe, Roy Calhoun. Mitchum holds gun against Monroe, making her and her son take him across dangerous river, during which time they begin to fall in love (what else?). It's interesting to see these stars together, and the scenery is often breathtaking . . . but it only makes you wish script were better (the dialogue is often unintentionally funny).