Liar's Dice

Liar's Dice

The film follows Kamala, a young woman from Chitkul village and her girl child Manya, who embarks on a journey leaving their native land in search for her missing husband. Along this ...

The film follows Kamala| a young woman from Chitkul village and her girl child Manya| who embarks on a journey leaving their native land in search for her missing
husband. Along this journey she encounters Nawazudin| a free spirited army deserter who helps them to get to their destination with his own selfish motive. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nick P (jp) wrote: Talk about rushed origin stories. The issue with animated superhero films, is that sometimes they have TOO much fun with them...and they lose a sense of being a standalone movie. The voice acting is cheap, the dialogue is cheesy...and in the end you almost know nothing of the characters.

Laurent P (ca) wrote: Porte par la presence dense d'un Lindon prive de son capital sympathie, le drame peine a trouver un souffle propre a le faire decoller d'un quotidien juste mais atone.

Jeff B (ag) wrote: It's pretty bad when a 72-minute movie seems way too long.

Dhruv G (mx) wrote: Bollywood can produce some good films, but they should stay away from superhero movies.

Shane S (ag) wrote: Wasn't sure what to expect with this one since I've never heard anything about it. There were a ton of good twists in the plot throughout the entire movie, you'll just want to keep paying close attention as it's easy to get lost early on. My only complaint would be is that towards the end as the plot unraveled the movie became more and more predictable. Still a good watch.

Tony E (au) wrote: This is an average documentary about an interesting topic, the trial of an Australian woman for smuggling marijuana into Bali, Indonesia. The film itself doesn't really take a position on her guilt or innocence, nor does it really include enough information for us to make up our own minds. There's no question, in any case, that you don't want to end up accused of a serious crime in a place like Indonesia.

Adam R (br) wrote: It doesn't keep your interest as well as it should. There were some surprising twists, but I've seen better thrillers. (First and only full viewing - Summer 2007 in theaters)

Jamie C (nl) wrote: Not a film that should be praised because of what it's about but it's a very gripping and powerful film, Very well acted but it's hard to watch as we all know what happens and people do need to watch this and remember that there was more than two planes that got hijacked that day.

Paul C (nl) wrote: I found this documentary interesting. Took a good amount of courage on Grenier's part to make this film.

Kevin M (jp) wrote: This movie was just not made for me but if your jewish or coloured it is strongly suggested Enjoy!

Juli N (de) wrote: Walken's at his best! Too bad assed even by the devils own standards!

Ben T (ca) wrote: One of those movies from everyone's childhood that is still really fun today.

Grant J (it) wrote: This mis-understood masterwork has long been seen as a bad adaption of the Jean Craighead George's novel. This misunderstanding has long plagued the work, miring critical appraisal to a simply a forgettable failure. By setting the film in Canada rather than Upstate New York James B. Clark has created a clear satire of the pioneering isolationist American Ideal which Sam Gribley typifies. In the fatalist universe of the Canadian wilderness, Sam's quest to survive alone in the forest fails based on Nothop Frye's concept of the Garrison Mentality . A Canadian Classic in the tradition of Roughing it in the Bush this film is a must-see!

Jeffrey M (us) wrote: A very well paced and directed suspense noir. Robert Ryan had the perfect face for the menacing creep. It falters a little toward the end, but it's still on my "top noir" list.

Viktor N (ca) wrote: A "female" version of The Hangover in real time instead of backtracking your steps. Has some funny moments but not enough to be good.

Jerry S (ag) wrote: CIA, ex-CIA, some Kung-Fu master... geez. If someone would give him a one of a kind role and with a big bugs budget, then he can be a good actor. Don't blame Seagal, blame directors and writers.

David T (gb) wrote: A really touching and funny movie with a nice pace. I've read reviews from other people who thought it was let down by the crudeness in places, although I think they used this brilliantly. That's what black comedies are. It could so easily have been a slushy or pretentious indie film but they didn't - that's what I loved about it.

John M (mx) wrote: Kinda compelling, but as like a concept you know?

RetroMagFan (es) wrote: Joe Dante try's making a Gremlins style feature with soldiers. It's fun for the kids but for adults it just runs out of battery before the film's even started.