Narayan, an Indian man who has a strong belief in that open romance must br forbidden. No one can change his mind until a music teacher named Raj starts to blow the flames of love among the students. Surprisingly, Raj falls in love with Narayan's daughter . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
National Award winner, Yash Chopra and Aditya Chopra's MOHABBATEIN is a film that portrays the battle between love and fear - A battle between two stubborn men and their opposing beliefs. ...
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John M (br) wrote: overdone scenario...boring and waste of life cycle
Allison A (gb) wrote: can't wait to see it...
Leonardo Malacay S (gb) wrote: las historia sobre venganza tiene algo que las hacen atractivas esta pues no sera una pelcula perdurable en la memoria
Vikram T (us) wrote: annyoing film. poor storyline. just another cheesy film by indra kumar...
Larry Y (it) wrote: the description has nothing to do with the Brooke Shields/Lou Diamond Phillips serial killer movie
Sin C (ag) wrote: well, not as good as the first 2, but still funny.
Ryan G (kr) wrote: Taut, fascinating, atmospheric, and overall great.
Ian R (nl) wrote: I didn't think it would be possible to make a truly terrible movie with the cast they had, but they did. The main problem was that the script was incoherent and aimless filled with parts that dragged, interrupted with a few funny bits, and too many painfully unfunny parts. I can see why this has essentially been forgotten.
Timothy S (gb) wrote: I've decided that the only way to make watching Bresson's later work tolerable is to view it as an unintentional satire of po-faced anti-cinema. This is a director who so obviously hates film, the characters in his movies, the idea that people can experience joy and just humans in general that his movies are nothing else than towering monstrosities of loathing. I do not agree with Bresson's attitude and life view and worse, I find his mastabatory self-congratulationing and excesses positively nauseating. This man needs therapy, not a camera. Along with L'Argent I find Lancelot Du Luc the most disgusting of his movies. Mouchette at least held my interest as I was intrigued by Bresson's "sledghammer to the audience's face" laughably over-the-top parade of horrors. Lancelot, by contrast is a non-stop excercise in indulgence with none of the fun or skill of Jodorwosky's films, nor any of the truly illumanating insights of Bresson's intellectual and artistic betters (eg Roeg, Pausolini, Mizoguchi, Von Trier) who work in roughly the same vein of human depravity but offer much more constructive and detailed analyses. Bresson doesn't seem to have much to say beyond "these people have spurned God and thus they are fucked". Unlike Kubrick, who similarly broke his actors with endless takes, Bresson is not looking for some essential truth or core purpose, he destroys his performers because he hates their want to be actors and the fact that he needs other human beings at all. I find disturbing parallels between Bresson's attitude to cinema and Lucas'. Both seem to see actors merely as meat to hang their words and clothes on and not artistic conduits in their own right. Both are wrong. To dehumanise cinema robs it of it's entire point. Lancelot Du Luc opens with one of the most unintentionally comical scenes I've yet witnessed as Bresson employs some of the most laughable special effects outside of an Ed Wood film. Heads are lopped off, smashed with hammers and people are run through, falling to the earth again with the most typically Bressonian lack of expression. Bresson here seems determined to drain any emotion or feeling at all out of this movie. Breaking the actions of his actors and scenes down into endlessly repeated matching shots of legs, horses, helmets and flags. What starts off as interesting soon becomes completely facile and frankly insulting. Worse is the soundtrack, with Bresson indulging in some of his worst monoaural habits. Special mention has to go to the final moment of the movie, which ends with the hilarious "clunk" of a dying knight's foot. This is the kind of stuff I'd expect in a Jackie CHan movie! Does this suceed on Bresson's terms? Probably. If you're going to make something purely for your own hatred, please leave cinema alone. I believe that the issues that Bresson clumsily deals with in this movie and many of his others have been addresed better and more fully by artists more mature and more in touch with their souls than him. In short. I don't like this movie.
Jed D (de) wrote: "More twists than a Chubby Checker,one-hit wonder". This is a definate surprise,hit! Jaime King (Sin City) and Josh Cooke, give outstanding performances. Thumbs up!
Paul D (ag) wrote: This is a fairly honest look at the downside of heroin. As honest as it is though, I found that there were pacing issues at times. Arielle Holmes does an amazing job in her role, but the way this movie ends is almost a crime against cinema. This will not be for everyone and it is only average at best.
John Eric D (es) wrote: Ok first of all I'm not a big fan nor a follower of the whole TV show but I think fans would love on this one. The returning cast are there with the same thing as what they do best on the television show. Fans would easily recognize and embrace on this one. But for the first timers, you might pass on thinking it is made for television that would marked up boredom at times. Kristen Bell's performance will simply mark as the classy Veronica Mars that fans used to love. Rob Thomas does a good job of taking care of the franchise and putting up in the big screen. 3.5 stars out of 5.