Kaish Amari comes from a wealthy Islamic family. At the tender age of six he is sent to school and gets friendly with a young girl named Laila. Both of them become close friends, so much so... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kaish Amari comes from a wealthy Islamic family. At the tender age of six he is sent to school and gets friendly with a young girl named Laila. Both of them become close friends, so much so...
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Matthew Samuel M (gb) wrote: The main characters are likable enough--and give endearing performances--but the film is too much like a cliche-heavy sitcom and thus falls flat.
Akash S (es) wrote: 'Kahaani' is an intelligently-written and brilliantly-directed mystery thriller. The plot is engaging and gripping, and has very few flaws; it keeps you curious till the very end, throwing quite a number of unexpected twists.The characters are quite well-rounded and interesting. Vidya Balan who once again effortlessly carries a movie on her shoulders plays the role of Vidya Bagchi, a pregnant London-based wife searching for her missing husband in Kolkata. The supporting cast is quite charming too; from the adorable & helpful rookie cop, Rana, who helps her look around the city in search of her husband, to the adamant and rude Intelligence Officer, A. Khan who is determined to stop Vidya's poking around to hide some of Agency's secrets. Other few small characters also catch the eye - an adorable little kid who lives near Vidya's guest house and becomes a very good friend, to the sinister contract killer who greets his victims with a warm smile before drilling few bullets into them.The backdrop of hustling-bustling Kolkata, 'The City of Joy', set in the time of their biggest festival, Durga Puja, certainly plays an important role in telling the story. The cinematography and background score certainly add to the beauty of the city and the story.
Marcie M (jp) wrote: Fantastic. Gorgeous movie with no talking explanations of a dance that essentially cannot be explained.
Mauricio O (ag) wrote: It is so good to see that the Colombian film industry is not only about drugs or stupid comedies but suspense/terror is also a possibility. The location is perfect for the story, and although the idiosyncrasy is present in al the characters the plot is very well developed without being affected by the cliches.
Samantha S (br) wrote: Not nearly so good as the HBO film it's near-impossible to get.
Justin B (it) wrote: Excellent [for what it is] post-911 paranoia thriller; but the final moment kind of defeats the purpose of the film.
TTT C (ca) wrote: Here's another film rating.
David D (fr) wrote: I love the Heroic Trio, but the first film really was the best.
Missy M (gb) wrote: LOVED IT!! Need to buy all of them!
Dane P (ag) wrote: 3 and a half hours in a German submarine? Does that sound boring? Well its defiantly far from that as its thrilling to a part of exhaustion. Excellent all the way around in all the sweet spots. Check it out you won't be disappointed
Colin F (gb) wrote: Another Classic Hammer Horror film, not by far the best but very entertaining for probably all the wrong reasons. This film was supposed to be the first in a lineOf Captain Kronos films, but because it did poor at the box office this was the only outing. The script is pretty good and very original which rare for a film from this period, the major let down is the Casting of Kronos himself, Horst Janson??s acting is so poor his performance actually starts to become funny and some of the dialogue is badly written (oh yes I will have you!!!), another flaw to the film which is it really has been done on the cheap, the sets look tacky, the vampire make up is poor (especially when there supposed to be old) even the outdoor setting looks cheap! I know Hammer Horror films where made on the cheap but its rare they actually look cheap, normally they have high standards. There are plenty of positives though, Caroline Munro is very well cast as Carla and the scenes with Ian Hendry in the Tavern are brilliant and funny and the soundtrack is very good. Worth Checking out for a laugh you wont be disappointed.
James H (br) wrote: Dr. No is iconic from top to bottom. From "Bond, James Bond" to Honey Ryder's bikini scene this film is packed with rememberable moments and nostalgia. Sean Connery is 007 and Honey Ryder is possibly the best ever Bond girl as she set the tone for the future. This film is clever and the script is snappy. At times it looks dated but it was released in 1962 so you can't look into that too much. However the blu-ray remastered edition did look fantastic.
Stephen S (ru) wrote: Cool little film, but I wish Fergus' and Geronimo's friendship/understanding was developed more fully.
Marlene J (ag) wrote: James Cagney adds spice to this movie. A wonderful old classic.
Ted S (br) wrote: It would be easy to say "the book was better" and leave it at that, but here's why:In an effort to streamline the book, in many ways the movie just doesn't give you enough details to understand the finer points. Ex. The term "End User Cerificates" is just thrown around haphazardly and never really explained (it refers to the documentation for a shipment of ammo). In some cases you can see where they strove to include aspects of the book, but then changed something further down the line (introduction of mistress/potential love interest that goes nowhere?). Let alone the ending doesn't make sense the way it was played out (missing a key element from the book).Not one of "the Walk"s finer works.