A kaleidoscope of tales from E.L. Doctorow's eponymous novel evokes life in pre-World War I New York City. A young black pianist becomes embroiled in the lives of an upper-class white family set among the racial tensions, infidelity, violence, and other nostalgic events. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A young black pianist becomes embroiled in the lives of an upper-class white family set among the racial tensions, infidelity, violence, and other nostalgic events in early 1900s New York City.
You may also like
Ragtime torrent reviews
Johnny R (mx) wrote: Larry David is hilarious in this film I don't understand all the bad reviews. loved this film different funny . very good and strong laughs definitely a good good watch. .and a very funny cast !!
Ahmad Akram M (ru) wrote: The movie starts with the funeral of Ram (Dhanush). And his young widowed wife, Janani (Shruti) mourning his death. At first, you would trick yourself that you are going to watch a thriller or horror film. However its not what you think. Janani goes on telling us thru flash back, of the couple's love story and how they got married. And that's the first part of the film. The second part of the film goes on with the discovery of why is Ram is dead or how did Ram died.For me, the first part of the film was good. The comedy of Ram's friend, Kumaran (Sivakarthikeyan, His first half friend). His joke and timing sense was remarkable. The love scenes and the BGM which was supporting it, was really good. Where else the second half was quite tedious to watch. The second half could have been trimmed a bit more. I was glancing my watch every 10mins. The BGM helped alot in the movie. It tapped the right emotion.Not forgetting the "Why This Kolaveri Di" song video was just okay! I would say, it did not met my expectations. As for the cast in the movie, I would they all did their part on their role. For Dhanush its nothing new has he has been exposed to similar roles like Ram; thanks to this Brother, Director Selvaraghavan. As for Shruti, she did satisfy her role as Janani. Even though its just, her second Tamil film she did not show any amateurism in her acting. Ram's Friend, Senthil (Sunder Ramu, his second half friend) suited well for the role. Many would know him in the previous film of Dhanush (Mayakam Enna). Prabhu and Banupriya was Ram's parents. The both did as expected of them.As for direction you would be shocked a debut director ( Aishwarya) did a quite a good job. However you feel the movie has a Selvaraghavan touch. To conclude to watch this movie do go to the theater with high expectations. Its a touching love story with end told to the audience on the start of the film.
Lais C (kr) wrote: 127 Hours asks a big question of its audience: could you do what Aron Ralston does when it came down to it? It's chilling, claustrophobic, even nerve-racking, but it's also one of the most fascinating films of the year. You'll feel like you're clenching everything in your body as this movie builds towards its inevitable climax, but this is a masterful work...
Paul W (nl) wrote: A very insightful documentary that reverberates with emotion and intelligence. I watched this with someone who knew little to nothing of Marley and they came away wanting to get all of his albums. Brilliant!
Eric S (jp) wrote: I discovered Edward Lee a few years ago. I heard this story was one of his best, so I've been keeping tabs on the movie. I picked up a copy from Camelot books. I heard there might be a re-release of the book, which is great since the only copies i've seen go for 50 bucks. I had no idea what a Header was. This is some SICK stuff. I'm having a screening of it on the 4th of July for a bunch of friends. If you like sick, twisted, sexually perverse violence, then this movie is for you. I LOVE Grandpap. "You ain't worth two squirts of p*ss from a dead dog's d*ck." His character is so whacked. Great story too. Lee really knows what he's doing when it comes to redneck horror. And the director ( Flancranstin )did a good job with it. I was shocked. You can tell it's an indie, subject matter alone, but it's got to be one of the better indies I've seen. Definitely not for the squeamish. It's nuts. And the ending was GREAT. I don't know how Lee came up with it, but I'm so glad he did. I highly recommend seeing this flick with friends. Great time.
Melody M (ca) wrote: An amazing piece of Irish history which exposes and deals with some of the problems and positives of the Catholic Church. As well as some deep sentiments about music and alcohol, abuse and the struggle to survive. Also has deep lies in family.
Sreejith M (ag) wrote: So everybody say "Shicndler's List" is the greatest film ever made based on deafning nightmares of The Holocaust. But for me nothing will come close to this 9 and 1/2 exhaustive piece of genocide and brutality. Shoah hits you like a shot in the heart.
Keith C (ag) wrote: Watching this movie within a modern context, knowing what came after (a silly over the top action franchise and even, briefly, a cartoon show) makes it an almost surreal viewing experience. One of the most original action movies I've ever seen, and surprisingly moving in spots, with a fascinating story and a wonderful performance from Stallone.
Matt M (jp) wrote: A unique vision, directed by Trumbo, writer of the same 1930's novel on which it is based, and a former blacklisted screenwriter because he had refused to testify before the HUAC in the late forties. This film is an enigmatic voyage through the dreams, recollections, memories and conversations with Jesus of a soldiers wounded in battle and left without arms, legs, ears, mouth, simply remaining conscious and unable to distinguish real life with imagination. Haunting anti war work, somewhat demanding, but nevertheless gripping, troubling and deeply engaging
Jessika E (it) wrote: I absolutely love this movie. One of my all time favs!! All the actors were fabulous.