This is the journey of Sindhutai Sapkal, a poor village girl who grew up tending buffaloes while craving an education, but her unsympathetic mother had her married off to an older man when ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Manikanta A (au) wrote: Easily one of the best movies that I ever had the opportunity of watching... The intense emotions portrayed in this movie glues the audience to their seats and outweighs the factor of length!
Ryan M (ru) wrote: Fantastic movie. Great music, great pacing, great idea.
Ollie W (jp) wrote: I was expecting this to be somewhat naff but if I remember correctly, I quite enjoyed it.
dul c (kr) wrote: Made in our country, it has something of our flavor in our movies here...or maybe I'm just patriotic...
Sui D (au) wrote: Very moving. I hope she is Innocent. Thats the thing....You hang yourself if you know what it is whether you smoke it or not.
Shane H (de) wrote: absolutely mind bottling, yes bottling. so now I have the serious debate on do I still go there. My head says no way but my wallet says ya life is tough all over but low low prices is what I need. I'm from a small town and I understand the mom and pop business situation all to well. The thing that i'm wondering is can a corp like wal-mart even be stopped. I'm sure like world banking there are alot of top tier people involved that wouldn't let it be shut down or de-regulated. It's a sad situation but to tell you the truth mankind has been doing this since the beginning of time. The stronger element will almost always win. Kings and queens did the same thing, i give you protection and you live on my land and produce for me and you get nothing but what i decide to give you, you don't like it then go somewhere else.
Adam F (ca) wrote: The characters in "Cellular" might not be deep, but the story moves quickly and it's ingeniously written. The premise of the film is fairly simple: Jessica (Kim Basinger) has been kidnapped and is locked up in an attic. She has access to a phone, but it's broken so she can't pick and choose the number she's calling. She manages to get a call through and the cell phone that rings belong to Ryan (Chris Evans), an unlikely hero who is understandably skeptical that the danger is real but is persuaded to help her in whatever way he can. As he races through the city trying to alert the police, intercept the kidnappers and stay on the line, he finds himself stuck in a twisty situation that's hard to get out of.What's ingenious about the movie is that everyone who's ever had a cell phone sees everyday occurrences turn into genuine threats. When the phone call you're listening to is a matter of life and death, forgetting to charge your cellphone, passing through a tunnel or accidentally hitting the wrong button on the menu becomes a serious threat. On top of that, there are the kidnappers, the police and the various obstacles that our protagonists face in the way, meaning the movie just never stops moving. It's really satisfying to see Ryan running around, thinking on his feet and getting out of hairy situations by the skin of his teeth time after time. The one downside with the constant action of the film is that you never really get to know the characters very well. Right from the get-go Jessica is kidnapped so you don't see her day-to-day life and Ryan, while he gets a couple of scenes before he gets involved in the plot spends most of the movie scrambling to help the woman that's calling him. The villains are similar in that sense. You don't see them on the screen often and when they are, they're in and out quickly after threatening of attacking a protagonist.There are a couple of moments where you'll be wondering if the decision that's being made by the characters really is the smartest one, but that can be forgiven because of the movie's sheer entertainment value. Jason Statham plays the main baddie and he's got a natural menacing look that fits the role perfectly. William H. Macy plays an unlikely cop that gets mixed into the whole thing and the constant cuts between his progression, Jessica's panicked state and Ryan's escapades make the 1hr 35 minute running time seem like nothing at all. There are constantly new obstacles being thrown at the characters, new revelations and you're always wondering what's going to come up next. The middle of the film is where it really shines and this will make you forgive some of the goofier moments and the few silly bits towards the end of the film."Cellular" is a smart little thriller that's quite the pleasant surprise. There's some genuine suspense and it's a movie that's aged well. You probably remember this one being released and since then, some of the stars have made it big in Hollywood so if you're a fan of some of the leads or you want a thriller that's not too hard to follow or bogged down by a whole bunch of double crosses and revelations but packs plenty of punches check it out. (On Dvd, July 2, 2013)
lucas f (it) wrote: This is my favorite movie of all time. It is funny and awesome. I really like Mater and how he teaches Mqueen not to be selfish probably without knowing it.
Gabriel L (it) wrote: Ok. I think it's a good film. Got real deep shit in there.
Kent L (us) wrote: again... i don't think George Burns plays a good god.
Scott W (es) wrote: Terrific film noir with Humphrey Bogart, a script writer with a short temper, suspected of a brutal murder in 1950s Hollywood. His performance is compelling as is that of Gloria Grahame as the neighbour who falls in love with him, only to realise she is scared of his volatile personality. The finale is unforgiving and quite tragic. Look out for Morris Ankrum as a movie executive.
Eric J (br) wrote: Wartime song-and-dance number with ALL of the big Warner Bros. stars of the day (Notably absent but mentioned several times was Humphrey Bogart). Cute at times but otherwise trite even taking into account the time it was made
Jb W (mx) wrote: It was like a hot steamy pile of dog shit on a cold morning
Larry Y (es) wrote: another supermarket DVD 2.99 DVD combo pack purchase