Like Stars on Earth

Like Stars on Earth

An eight-year-old boy is thought to be a lazy trouble-maker, until the new art teacher has the patience and compassion to discover the real problem behind his struggles in school.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:Hindi,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:student,   dream,   cripple,  

An eight year old boy is thought to be lazy and a troublemaker, until the new art teacher has the patience and compassion to discover the real problem behind his struggles in school. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Like Stars on Earth torrent reviews

Adam A (br) wrote: Although "The Purge" is a satisfying thrill-fest, coupled with an exciting and frightening concept, a purge seem to have taken its course on the screenwriters themselves for not delivering enough originality.

Nathan M (jp) wrote: One of the worst examples of a found-footage film. The acting is so terrible I can't believe anyone thought this would be watchable. No scares, no mood, no dread at all. This film doesn't even work to laugh at. Don't watch it.

Rita T (mx) wrote: wai has chosen a wrong subject, time and space to write about.

Nicole R (nl) wrote: It was okay. Just okay.


amber w (ca) wrote: yes i would like to see this

Dan G (au) wrote: If you are into political dramas, this would do it for you. If you aren't? You'd get more satisfaction out of watching static on TV. Me? I've seen better. I could have spent 2 hours doing something more enjoyable. Like watching paint dry.

Andreas L (mx) wrote: There is no reason for anyone to mark this as "Not Interested". Watch it... you will be interested.

Andrew M (kr) wrote: Sometimes, a comedy doesn't need to be particularly deep. After all, the main goal of a comedy is to entertain and provide laughs, and John Hughes' Uncle Buck is a complete success in that regard. Hughes' trademark sense of charm is all here, primarily through another good-natured performance from John Candy, working with Hughes for a second time. As the titular character, Candy brings the kind of relatability you expect from him, playing the crazy screwball relative we all have, whether we like to admit it or not. His interactions with the Russell family members are the life force of his character and the movie as a whole. The most interesting, and deep in the Hughesian way, is the strained relationship between Buck and oldest Russell teen, Tia (Jean Louisa Kelly). Her rebellious nature naturally clashes with Buck's own personality, and the two adds an interesting dynamic, albeit a predictable one in terms of character arcs, to an otherwise simplistic film. This certainly isn't Hughes' deepest work, but it's one with enough fluff and charm to make it worthwhile.

Private U (it) wrote: One of the funniest films ever. Loosely based on the story of the madame Cynthia Payne, Julie Walters is superb.

Greg W (ag) wrote: good war movie this time the korean war

Josh I (jp) wrote: How can you not love young Alec Baldwin chewing scenery?