A Canadian-Brith film adaptation of Salman Rushdie's novel of the same name. The film tells the story of a pair of children born within moments of India gaining independence from England grow up in the country that is nothing like their parent's generation.
- Stars:Henry Lloyd-Hughes, Camilla Rutherford, Patrick Godfrey, Olivia Llewellyn, Sean Hart, Edward Halsted, Richard Heffer, Georgina Rich, James Greene, Sam Harrison, Hannah Carson, George Thomas, Siân Mayhall-Purvis, Rajat Kapoor, Vansh Bhardwaj, Anupam Kher, Neha Mahajan, Dhritiman Chatterjee, Kusum Haidar, Zaib Shaikh, Kabir Singh Chowdhry, Shabana Azmi, Anita Majumdar, Shahana Goswami, Shikha Talsania, Rahul Bose, Hasitha Samarasekara, Ronit Roy,
- Country:Canada, UK
- Director:Deepa Mehta,
- Writer:Salman Rushdie (screenplay), Deepa Mehta, Salman Rushdie (based on a book by)
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Midnight's Children torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: the actors were wonderful.
(de) wrote: Nothing close to what I normally see from Renee Zellweger, A movie that was doing fine for first 50 minutes then it was like another director took over. It all went down hill from there. 2 1/2 stars
(es) wrote: Apretty lame romantic comedy that went straight to dvd.
(it) wrote: It's a loving reboot for the hardcore fans... but it's still not very good. Some interesting kills help keep it entertaining.
(gb) wrote: Watched about 30 minutes and couldn't finish it. Too boring.
(it) wrote: William Holden and Kim Novak are very romantic dancing to "Moonglow"
(fr) wrote: Way more modern and with radically different sets and many close-ups, this "Sleuth" is an altogether different proposition that for the most part benefits from those variations. Caine delivers greatly and Law is also notable, especially in the middle part where he seems to be enjoying himself enormously. The elephant in the room is Pinter's adaptation: it might cut down the duration but at times strays unreasonably far from the original, thus affecting the film's realism, meaning and enjoyment.
(mx) wrote: John Wayne is inevitably Boss,and Kim Darby is perfect as the stubborn, serious,14-going-on-30 girl out for revenge.The short hair is perfect.The interaction between both and La Boeuf is very interesting,as the partnership of the 2 men withers and the girl finds a way into the old gruff bastards heart.I love how she chooses,after hearing the options,Rooster Cogburn because he sounds like he has "True Grit".Girl knows what she wants,no-nonsense.And nice intro song,unlike in The Searchers.
(it) wrote: Again, I think I may be lacking the testosterone to be truly appreciative of Cagney.
(fr) wrote: In addition to being the first great "talkie" gangster movie, this Warner Bros. Pre-Code crime film was also the one that made Edward G. Robinson a star with a classic story-line detailing the rise and fall of a Capone like mobster in Chicago. There are some who do find this film somewhat dated, and I would have to slightly disagree with them. The movie itself is not dated and the classic story-line is certainly not dated because it has been copied many times over the years. However the one element that I do think is somewhat dated in this movie is probably the story-telling technique.....I find it to be somewhat stiff & abrupt in its presentation. This fact coupled with the general under-whelming performances of the supporting cast prevented me from ranking this film higher than a 4-stars or 8/10......However, despite the uninspired performances of the supporting cast in "Little Caesar", the same cannot be said about Robinson's powerful portrayal of Rico Bandello. You can clearly see why this movie made him a star. The man is a force of nature who lit up the screen whenever he's on it....HE IS LITTLE CAESAR!!!!....Overall, a classic gangster film with an iconic performance by Edward G. Robinson.......Rating: 8/10...... 8)
(mx) wrote: Exists cannot stand up to the Blair witch project, while it does have frights and intrigue, it finds director Eduardo Sanchez leaning too heavily on the cliches he helped create.
(ru) wrote: good acting, Benicio is amazing, as usual..the story was ok, the writing so-so and I didn't care for the directing. If I saw one more closeup of someone's eye ....I dont know what I'd've done.