Pati Patni Aur Tawaif

Pati Patni Aur Tawaif

Vijay Saxena is a well-known Bollywood actor-director in India. He lives with his wife, Shanti, and a child. When Bollywood actress Kiran throws a tantrum and walks out on his movie, Vijay ...

Vijay Saxena is a well-known Bollywood actor-director in India. He lives with his wife, Shanti, and a child. When Bollywood actress Kiran throws a tantrum and walks out on his movie, Vijay ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Todd D (ru) wrote: Compound Fracture is a well thought out, brilliantly written film (Perhaps the best written film of 2013), with some wonderful performances. Tyler Mane and Muse Watson play estranged son and father, Renae Geerlings is the fiancee' learning about the family's troubled history and new-comer Alex Saxon plays Mane's nephew who; in part, provides reference to the title of the film. This film is about people, and all the best horror films are about people. The interplay of how the characters act and react to the situation they find themselves in creates the drama and draws the audience in emotionally. Leslie Easterbrook provides some of the best moments of the film with her portrayal of Gary's (Muse Watson) wife, who has decided she has had enough of the strange life she has lead since marrying the man. The film has a great antagonist in Derek Mears character of William; a character far scarier than any he ever played wearing a mask. William is a violent man with serious control issues who finds himself cursed in a way he never expected. The film uses this character for the brunt of the violence, but the character is equal parts creepy. The mood of the film is set early with its isolated location and strange, cryptic symbols painted everywhere. If I was forced to pick a "flaw" in Compound Fracture; it would be that the film ends in a stereotypical/franchisable way, but that is a minor thing when held against the overall quality of this film. If; in fact there ever is a sequel, I would be interested in seeing it. I give this film the rating of: Keeper. (that means that it is worth owning when it becomes available to the home viewing market.) Thanks for reading this review.

Neha P (mx) wrote: a family film which is very entertaining and will have you in stitches but the ending is sad but....no big deal!!

Adam M (es) wrote: Horror thriller that's a bit dodgy but that's why it's enjoyable! A couple look like they're going on a normal weekend getaway when they are hauled off the road by a gang of criminals. Later, when they find out the car is carrying a hostage in the boot, a soon to be very wealthy heiress, it could be to late as the man they've captured is a total psychopath who knows what he's doing in the killing stakes and starts taking revenge on those that took him hostage.As the film goes on we find out more about the heiress and her odd relationship with her former captor but unfortunately not much more about the maniac himself which feels like a missed opportunity but at the same time No One Lives is clearly just a bit throwaway, the kills and gore being the main focus and in that respect it does a good enough job. Sure there are questions about how our psycho managed to get inside the dead body of a big dude he killed without being noticed at all and also how he managed to set up the well placed bow and arrows around the front of the criminals' cabin without being spotted but I guess that's part of it's charm.So, plenty to criticise but at the same time enough to enjoy, No One Lives is enjoyable, gory, crazy fun.

Wilson L (it) wrote: What a load of shit !!

Walter M (ca) wrote: In "When We Leave," Umay(Sibel Kekilli) suffers another beating from her husband Kemal(Ufuk Bayraktar) after she was caught lying about where she spent the day. In fact, she had gotten an abortion, the first step in leaving her husband, with their son Cem(Nizam Schiller), to return to her native Germany, away from Turkey where she always felt isolated and alone. At home, her younger sister Rana(Almila Bagriacik) is getting ready for her wedding while their parents(Derya Alabora & Settar Tanriogen) are curious how long she will be staying. Yeah, about that...Umay's plan is to stay permanently, planning on working and studying, and burning her passport to make her point. In which case, a plan is made to return Cem to his father... "When We Leave" is for the most part a compelling drama on the difficult subject of honor killing, exploring it with much needed complexity, especially the hypocrisies involved. For a lot of the movie, this is accomplished through very good performances and subtlety. But the movie self-destructs with a horrible ending(maybe not for the reasons you are thinking) and a scene where the movie grandstands to horrifying effect. As an unintended side effect, Umay, who for the most part comes off as sympathetic, starts to seem a little self-centered, not realizing that her actions have repercussions for others, especially her family.

Jennifer S (kr) wrote: I'll give it one star for the actors.... just because I like the work that Sophia Bush does...however, I think the movie was good. I just...I understand that Sophia Bush and Jesse Bradford are supposed to be portraying a "perfect" life with no arguments...yes, but... it was almost too fake, that it made me not enjoy it too much. Sorry....

Brandon O (gb) wrote: An amazing look at the impending water crisis. It didn't focus on one specific area but several areas that are causing major issues. It definetly woke me up and inspired me to take action.

RJohn X (de) wrote: Marvelous stop motion animated film. Besides having the cutest upper crust mouse fight ever filmed, the rest of the movie is filled with memorable characters, witty inventions, and a complete surrealist landscape. The character design is fantastic, the puppets manage to convey so much individuality and expression without a single intelligible word. The story is one of creation and loss and dangerous consumption. The poetry of the animation is such that I felt as if I were inside a picture book or complicated miniature painting hung in some poorly lit corner of a foreign museum. The awe of discovery was only overshadowed by the pleasure of immersion. Seriously great stuff!

michiel s (br) wrote: this movie made me think about weird stuff way more than i think it meant to but yeah amazing acting from both fox and cruise

Eddie (ru) wrote: I thought the concept was great, but lacked in delivery

Dean S (it) wrote: based on a true life story the dapper and the teflon don john gotti murdered his way to the top by taking out mafia boss big paul castellano on december 16th 1985 then was made CAPO DU TUTI CAPI that means boss of bosses of every mafia family in the 50 states of usa the most he came boiss of the gambino family

Ruthie R (kr) wrote: WELL, when I was little the "Hair" segment really fucked me up, but now that I'm old, it's absolutely my favorite segment. And still disgusting :<

Brian B (br) wrote: Five stars hands down! Stop hating and being racist critics!

Anthony S (ru) wrote: Twelve years later, Van Helsing has aged like an open beer left behind the radiator.

Charlie I (ag) wrote: Call it "tasteless exploitation" but this film is what real horror is.

Andrew B (br) wrote: It had some great moments, the acting at times was just bad. Too cheesy as well.

Stevey C (de) wrote: I did really enjoy this movie overall. What ruined it for me personally was the plot twist at the end, it completely changes the feel of the movie. We're lead to believe this is gonna be a movie of a supernatural doll; and I grew to love the character of Brahms (as a doll). He wasn't the typical murdering doll like Chucky, he was more of the trickster, it was quite endearing. But when they revel the doll isn't actually alive and it was someone controlling him the whole time I just lost interest. I would have liked them to stick with the supernatural doll theme instead.