Born blind, Sandhya Bhatnagar lives a middle-class lifestyle in India along with her father and mother. Her father passes away, and her mother re-marries a cruel alcoholic man who abuses ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rain: The Terror Within...
Born blind, Sandhya Bhatnagar lives a middle-class lifestyle in India along with her father and mother. Her father passes away, and her mother re-marries a cruel alcoholic man who abuses ...
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John A (de) wrote: I found myself completely immersed in this movie. I wouldn't change a anything. It's perfect.
Josh H (br) wrote: Boobs, gore and gnashing, bloodthirsty fish, all in 3D. It is what it shows on the poster. Although it could use a much better script and better developed characters, not to mention a longer run time, it's a great splatter fest with some moments of pure comedy.
Ben H (ru) wrote: It does a good job of showing different styles around the world, and covering the growth of graffiti in the 70's. But whats with all the sudden cuts? I know there's a lot of street art out there, but come on, giving each piece less than 5 seconds is more of a crime than the art.
Gwen M (jp) wrote: yes it's cliche-ridden and a bit hokey, but this film had a charm to it that drew me in. Probably had something to do with the actress that played Jenny and the relationships she developed with the other characters. and i guess i always love seeing the working class triumph over the silver-spoon class ala "Summer Rental", "One Crazy Summer" and the classic "Caddyshack". But this one is more heartfelt and less comedic. still a treat to watch.
J D (br) wrote: Ummmmmm. Hm. I don't quite know what to make of this one. A surreal, odd fairytale/love story. I guess. There are some neat visuals, particularly of Lucinda running across a hillside with her bright red sari trailing behind her. And some funny bits like Nigel the agoraphobic dog. I don't know. It's good-hearted enough, and if you're in the mood for an odd movie and Karl Urban's bare butt splashing around in a milk tank, well hey, why the hell not?
Amber F (br) wrote: I love this movie! I have watched it many times. Ariel is my favorite Disney princess, and I love all 3 Little Mermaid movies.
Gus K (nl) wrote: Very convincing performances in a great film about true friendship, athletic spirit and the brutality of boxing.
Giovanni A (us) wrote: The most unusual and innovative Shakespeare adaptation I had ever seen.
Crystal M (kr) wrote: own this a very good moive
Marc T (gb) wrote: Where to start... Like many, I could not stand the TV series, in fact, I used to think I screwed up as a kid when my folks let me watch this as a punishment for something I did or was going to do in the future. Anyhow, I figured what the heck, RT gave it a decent review, what have I got to lose. To the shock to everything Holy in this world I found myself actually enjoying the movie. At first I thought either A) I was losing my mind and the next thing I would crave to watch would be Santa with Muscles or B) This was a well thought out movie which served as a decent spoof of the original. The characters were well played, the cameo's was a blast and more importantly I was able to stay awake!!For anyone that grew up with this cra...I mean show, you should really watch the movie and give it a chance, the only way that I can best describe this movie is with one word...Fun.Oh, and it also made me watch A Very Brady Sequel and that... is another story.
Muffin M (us) wrote: Life has taken a turn for the worse for Lawrence Bourne III (Tom Hanks). He's on the run from the bookies, in debt for $28,000 and, although he comes from money, nothing but trouble seems to be coming his way. Lawrence persuades a friend to let him take his place on a plane leaving that night for Thailand - and before he knows it, old-money Lawrence ends up in the no-money Thailand to work with the Peace Corps!Down amongst the do-gooders like Tom Tuttle from Tacoma (John Candy) and the pretty Beth Wexler (Rita Wilson) Lawrence has his work cut out for him. While the others are teaching the natives how to boil water, he's showing them how to play bridge. But when the small village finds itself caught up in a battle between a CIA supported warlord and communist revolutionary forces, Lawrence must delay his plans for opening a Thai nightclub and romancing Beth, and focus on more important things...like staying alive! also stars Tim Thomerson, Gedde Watanabe, George Plimpton, Ernest Harada, Allan Arbus and Xander Berkeley.directed by Nicholas Meyer.
Larry C (es) wrote: Very good, A classic film.
Felix G (gb) wrote: Slightly clunky and a bit lagging for Lubitsch, this is nonetheless a charming and entertaining pre-code comedy. It is surprisingly frank in the three-way relationship between Miriam Hopkins, Fredric March, and Gary Cooper. Hopkins and March are fun to watch, Cooper is a little out of his element but still good.
Wayne I (ru) wrote: I felt like it was a great Scorsese film that was missing the director Martin Scorsese.
Matt K (ru) wrote: A slight but engaging look at two friends who have one last camping trip before both their lives change due to the imminent birth of the married friend's child. Has a fairly profound statement, "Sorrow is joy worn out". Questions linger - were these guys lovers? Or just close friends?
Sam D (ag) wrote: Tediously long and excruciatingly painful to endure movie all leading up to a super sucky ending. Pray there is no sequel!