Set in the crowded by-lanes of small town India, Lipstick Under My Burkha chronicles the secret lives of four women in search of a little freedom. Though stifled and trapped in their worlds... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Thomas L (ag) wrote: I am a huge video game fanatic, and if ever there was a documentary that I wanted to love, it was this one. This could be the documentary to show the world what video games are and can be in the future. Instead, it takes an unneeded retrospective look at the history of gaming, and how it evolved. While it is relevant to explore, it should not be the meat of a documentary with such a potential. There are lots of footage taken from interviews and commentaries from various journalists, and even some game creators, including the lord himself, Hideo Kojima. The question, which is what this documentary should have been about, is only hinted at by the very end as some kind of cliff-note to let the viewer think about the future of the industry. Another glaring problem is that the controversial topic on whether video games can or cannot be art is never discussed or eplored. This documenary should be the one to include that one bit, especialyl considering the widely discussed opinion of Roger Ebert on games as an artform. But granted, what the documentary does tell about gaming's history is pretty interesting, though that is likely just me having a certain love for video games. The makers of the documentary certainly know how to include footage from relevant video games, both for the current generation and looking retrospectively on the history and evolution of gaming.Video Games: The Movie is a flawed documentary in the sense that it feels like wasted potential for a great, intriguing and insightful documentary and discussion on how the gaming industry is moving forward. What the movie ultimately comes own to is more of a fan-service on the history and evolution, which is not bad if you are into it. That being said, it still manages to be a guilty pleasure, because of my love for video games.
Richard L (mx) wrote: While it occasionally suffers from forgivable pacing issues, Witching & Bitching is a whole heap of comedy/horror fun glazed over some hilarious commentary on opposing sexes.
Jack S (de) wrote: Watched this while I was babysitting, and I regret it.
James H (br) wrote: It starts out with a little comedy then abruptly turns into a thriller. Neither are bad, just an odd mix of plot tangents. The acting is fine. There are some very suspenseful moments, as well as a few dull ones.
Chris H (jp) wrote: It drags a bit in the middle, but the first third is very engaging if you enjoy films about film, and the final act is particularly moving.
Nicolas B (jp) wrote: For the first half "Der Himmel ber Berlin" (Wings of Desire) is really hard to watch, not really boring but you really have to concentrate to get where the movie is heading and what it wants to tell you. I really liked the scenes with Peter Falk in the second half and the two performances by Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds. It is really slow moving with a special kind of style, but rewarding if you manage to watch it till the end.
Nikki W (nl) wrote: I watched this movie hesitantly, based on the simple description under info on the TV - I am so glad I did. Excellent movie! It made me feel so many emotions, all during 1 hr and 40 mins. It was very depressing to see how illegal immigrants struggle and the horrors they must sometimes be exposed to. I especially loved what Okwe says to the pick up doctor in the garage near the end, that they are the "people they do not see". It made the whole thing so clear to me. Would recommend to anyone.