A satire on inflation-hit middle-class Indian family from a small city in North India. The story revolves around our protagonist who is struggling to survive in this spiraling inflation and... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Saare Jahaan Se Mehnga...
A satire on inflation-hit middle-class Indian family from a small city in North India. The story revolves around our protagonist who is struggling to survive in this spiraling inflation and...
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Aniko V (au) wrote: typical chick-flick, but for that, not terribly bad though not very imaginative, either...
Leilani S (it) wrote: Don't be fooled. I rented this just to see GSP, BJ and Anderson Silva, but it was a BOGUS movie made by some guy with a big ego who had $$$ to produce and star as a big-time MMA fighter doing porno on the side. Not worth the buck I paid at redbox.
Conal H (ca) wrote: I can't say anything about this movie that hasn't been said in the raving reviews. This deserves a complete 5 stars. Two orphans who represent Yin and Yang are caught up in the battle between the old world and new world Yakuza. It is told from their point of view, where everything they encounter shouldn't be taken as literally, but as how a child / their mind would view it. By the end of the movie i truly cared about the characters. There's nothing wrong with a little dialogue, but it seems most can't get passed that if they're watching a 'cartoon'.
Spencer K (ag) wrote: Kind of disapointing but some very suspenceful parts
Winn W (mx) wrote: Neither bad nor great.
Gin S (jp) wrote: I don't care what the critics say, I like it!
Samantha B (es) wrote: It's insulting that Kid Blink, the true hero of the newsies, hardly has a role in this (terrible) film. Sad to think maybe it's due to his eye patch. Why change that part of history? There is nothing redeemable about this movie.
David H (nl) wrote: A must see... its Cher for Christ's sake!!
Dillon L (kr) wrote: It isn't John Wayne's best movie, but certainly one of his most entertaining. Howard Hawks directed this? Well, all the better.