Similar to the dual nation setting of Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995), Pardes (1997) takes a serious look at the lives of Westernized Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) in North America. Whereas Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge was about NRIs with Indian hearts, Pardes is about Westernized NRIs.) and hence the meaning of the title - "foreign land".

This film takes a serious look at the lives of Westernized Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) in North America. Whereas Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge was about NRIs with Indian hearts, Pardes is ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pardes torrent reviews

Paul S (ag) wrote: Script was all over the place but the martial arts choreography was pretty incredible! Def worth a watch for the Martial Arts enthusiast.

dayo h (br) wrote: hi,do you know the game what Sara and Cid play in film "Looper" about 76 min ? thanks.

Isadore H (us) wrote: The main thing that is keeping me from eating this one higher is the fact that I saw the twist coming a mile away, which is strange because there is nothing super obvious about it. However, after my correct guess of the ending, the film lost my interest a lot more than it did before I knew what would happen. Despite this, Incendies is extremely well acted and directed, and I can't deny that even though I saw what was coming, I still found several areas of the film still to be riveting

Christina E (jp) wrote: Gnarly looking killer, above average acting, awesome murder weapon, and pretty cool concept. All in all, a pretty good slasher film.

Eliabeth M (gb) wrote: Archie Knox: [sitting with Brett's family after meeting them for the first time] Well, I do appreciate the attempt you've all made at avoiding the obvious. It was a worthy effort. But let's cut to the chase, shall we. Robert, how old are you? Robert Eisenberg: 57. Archie Knox: And I'm 50. So, that makes me younger than Robert. So everybody feeling good about that right now? Ethan Eisenberg: I am very relieved. How old were you when Brett was in third grade? Brett Eisenberg: Grow up Ethan. Ethan Eisenberg: Brett skipped the third grade. Ethan Eisenberg: [imitates a buzzer] Well played.

Isaac T (ag) wrote: one of those movies which is very random but yet somewhat likable its really unpredictable plot makes it engaging for adults and there are some really 80s style scenes that only really adults will laugh at but the aacting is as if the actors are bored out of their minds making it into perfect comedy for the whole family

Joe B (fr) wrote: very interesting movie. I like all the weird. I hate the whispering for the voice connected to the mental wards, that was unnecessary and made it difficult to hear what he was saying. Stories were interesting and presentation was engaging.

Katherine R (fr) wrote: I like this movie because it show you how make dessert. IT is a funny movie

Gordon B (es) wrote: Some movies aren't as bad as you remember, others are worse. What's deadly about 'Toys' is how all the sets, lighting,& costumes are very colorful & childish, but the direction is so stiff & grown up that no kid or adult could possibly like it

Brendan N (gb) wrote: The opening action scene is clever and eventful, full of impressive stunts and explosives. I had always put off watching this for no good reason, Jackie Chan is well cast and gives everything to the role.

Carlton R (ru) wrote: Light hearted children's story about a child and father that live on an Island ,and a Writer of adventure stories who is agoraphobic end up all involved as the story takes various twists and turns, but holds a happy ending,Jodie Foster is great

Shawniqua P (br) wrote: A very good movie, you wouldn't want to miss a second of it.

Jaro P (it) wrote: I haven't seen this movie for about 10 years and watched it again the other night, a classic, very long but great stuff! '?