Rui Ka Bojh

Rui Ka Bojh

Kishan Shah is a self-respecting, wise old man who has divided his property amongst his family and now lives with his youngest son, Ram Sharan. However he is not able to get along with him and his family for too long.

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Rui Ka Bojh torrent reviews

David J (ru) wrote: It was very badly acted and ugly to look at. The action was tame and uninteresting. This film had very little going for it.

Roni M (es) wrote: 4 stars is sarcasm...this movie sucks, it sucks so BADLY that its super entertaining!Tsek it out!You get good laughter times 170:D

Brittany N (kr) wrote: molly ringwald was GREAT in this movie

Max B (ru) wrote: This is a crazy, amazing, mess of a movie. There's this unbelievable bit with a dog, and such reckless abandon to the whole thing. It's one of my favorite movies.

Donnie M (fr) wrote: Cute and fun for all dog lovers!

Andy T (ru) wrote: Vertigo is indeed unpredictable and contains Alfred Hitchcock's iconic moments of suspense, but its reveal is rather mistimed, and thus resulting in it being one of the most overrated films ever made.

Douglas L (gb) wrote: There were definite characteristics of Buuel's trade throughout the film though it was mostly pretty straight forward with its tale. The tone throughout the whole film was fairly dark and imposing. The sequences did a great job at aggravating you through its situations and the people's actions. The cruelty of young men to others is vast as is their recklessness in sexuality and conquest. Can ones desire to break beyond the unfortunate grip of juvenile immaturity to achieve a greater life than that of those around you? These themes are spread throughout the film. Sometimes societies underbelly drags everyone down with it.

Rafael U (kr) wrote: Chaplin was able to perform any character he wanted.

Andy T (gb) wrote: With an excellent script from Aaron Sorkin and two superb performances of Tom Hanks and Philip Seymour Hoffman, Charlie Wilson's War is an engrossing, fascinating, and surprisingly entertaining political story.

Harry W (br) wrote: I didn't have the highest expectations for Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, but considering that I wasn't a die hard fan of the game series I had hoped simply for a fun action vehicle,The story in Lara Croft: Tomb Raider is a generic one. It is full of nothing but nice scenery and a journey derivative of Indiana's Jones' from Raiders of the Lost Ark without a whiff of further intelligence to support it. It has moments where it goes into exploring concepts of time and space, but they are so cheap and pointlessly added that I couldn't help but ask "what was the point?". I mean I know the story is supposed to be a dumb action adventure, but the fact that the writers couldn't even bother to keep it simple meant that Lara Croft: Tomb Raider was dumb in both the right way and the wrong way. To simplify it, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider does not know how to explain the ideals it is touching upon and so the fact that it even bothers to try is ridiculous because it cannot justify its internal logic at all. And the dialogue in Lara Croft: Tomb Raider isn't much better since it is full of cliches and poor jokes.Some of the problems in Lara Croft: Tomb Raider stem from the editing. The problem isn't so much that the editing is too excessively quick to see what is going on, so much as it's about the way that it keeps things in tact. The editing sometimes gets used to make slow things have the illusion of quick movement, yet it ends up looking vain and cheap. But that isn't the main issue. At many moments in the action scenes, it feels like certain moments are missed in the editing and that means that in one moment Lara Croft might be underneath something and in the next moment she is on top of it in a rush of editing. It's action has some decent moments but a lot of the scenes face the rush of sloppy editing. Overall though they supply some entertainment and do it against the backdrop of nice scenery, so Lara Croft: Tomb Raider should please action junkies and fans of its MTV style of filmmaking.I have mixed feelings about Angelina Jolie's performance as the titular Lara Croft. While she has the sex appeal and natural ability to play a kickass action heroine in the part, he performance feels really artificial. All in all she fits the part well, but her accent is so clearly forced and her facial expressions remain the same for practically the entire movie. Her performance is essentially decent in every aspect except her facial gestures which prove to me negatively dominant enough to score her a nomination for the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress. It's a lot like Jack Nicholson's performance as Jimmy Hoffa in the biopic about the notorious gangster titled Hoffa which earned Jack Nicholson a nomination for both a Golden Globe and a Golden Raspberry. His performance was decent but his face did not change over the course of the entire film. But unlike Jack Nicholson, Angelina Jolie is more of a novelty in Lara Croft: Tomb Raider and not all that much of an actress. She puts up a decent fight in the action scenes and makes a great heroine archetype, not to mention the fact that the way her costume emphasises the size of her breasts so much should have some appeal to the pubescent males most likely to be watching this film. She fits the profile well enough, but it isn't exactly likely to boost her credibility as an actress in the eyes of the more sophisticated crowd. But hey, it's more than you could expect from such a one-dimensional character created by a video game.Daniel Craig's supporting performance is decent, and the presence of Jon Voight is interesting because of how he is actually Angelina Jolie's father in real life. Although their lack of chemistry would suggest otherwise.But despite Angelina Jolie's efforts and a few fun action moments, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider ends up being too dim witted and generic to satisfy. It isn't the worst of video game adaptations, but it is far from great.