Salaam Bombay!

Salaam Bombay!

Before Slumdog Millionaire came Salaam Bombay!, Mira Nair’s Oscar-nominated drama tells the moving story of life on the streets of Bombay as seen through the eyes of Chaipu, a twelve-year-old boy living rough in the city.

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Salaam Bombay! torrent reviews

Carlos R (fr) wrote: Just like the first movie, I also found this very enjoyable. The comedic tone and self-awareness was very well appreciated. The ridiculousness was entertaining.

monica f (au) wrote: I expected this to be a very good Chinese film. In general I enjoy Chinese movies, because they show us such an opposite rhythm of life from our western society and also a very different way of thinking. But this movie was none of that. There was bad acting, bad dialogue, and bad everything. From the beginning I felt like I was watching an U.S soup opera. Just an awful movie.

Nina U (ru) wrote: Very well-made, good story, excellent performances by Saif and Kareena

IOnell S (jp) wrote: La primera mitad aburrida y tonta, las segunda mitad mejora bastante pero igual de tonta, aunque la idea de vivir en un faro me parecio estupenda jajajaja..

John E (us) wrote: This Movie is so bad it's good. Don't get me wrong this is not "Citizen Kane," what it is, is Ranger Bob and the Killer Bear entertain everyone for a solid hour and a half. This movie sucks for all the right reasons.

shaer C (mx) wrote: Bank robery twist was gd! luv the way the took oath at the top of the rail bridge.........

Anthony O (jp) wrote: Kinda cruel to out 11 men in a movie, no?

John A (jp) wrote: Thriller In Which An American Couple Are Accidentally Stranded In The Sea After A Dive. This Film Builds Up Tension And An Atmosphere For It To Fall Flat Most Of The Time, Casting Unknown Actors Is Always A Risk But It's One That Is Pulled Of You Can Believe The Fear On Their Faces As Their Predicament Keeps Getting Worse. I'm Not A Fan Of The Editing On This Film Or The Type Of Camera Used, But It's A Good Stab At An Atmospheric Thriller. This Is One That You'll Love Or Hate, But Don't Just Rate It On How Much You Enjoyed It, I Didn't Enjoy This Film Very Much, But When You Think About & Look At The Effort Which Has Been Put Into This Film, It's Actually Quite An Impressive Effort.

Robert I (it) wrote: How the mighty have fallen. Not too good.

Annie S (au) wrote: Funny side of Jet Li

Ben D (jp) wrote: A very tender, well-written coming-of-age and coming-out tale about two teenage boys getting to grips with heir sexuality. It is well acted, and though the story contains very little in the way of surprise, it is well worth your time.

Michael T (ru) wrote: Fictionalized biography of Gus Edward (Bing Crosby) with some lively production numbers; Crosby scored hit singles with "An Apple for the Teacher" and "The Man and His Dream."

julie l (ca) wrote: Hulk Hogan in a pink tutu....

Jeffrey M (ca) wrote: Not a bad film at all, a great dark comedy starring Arye Gross and Claudia Christian (Babylon 5). "Hexed" had a lot of great moments in this film.

parker l (au) wrote: Two Words. Mutton Chops.

Steven W (es) wrote: though unusually static and rough around the edges in parts, this socially-charged police drama manages to crackle and sizzle once it actually gets to the crime proper; the raw procedural sequences can be a bit tedious, but they're well-worth sitting through for Kurosawa's depiction of the dark side of economic inequality

Blake P (jp) wrote: "Eyes Wide Shut" is a film only Stanley Kubrick could make: uncompromising, enigmatically threatening, and ravishingly crafted. On a technical level, it is a masterpiece, presenting itself with high contrast photography, a precociously perverse score, and design of optimum artifice that you can't quite put your finger on. It has a lubricious way of burrowing deep under our skin, goosebumps materializing regularly for reasons we are never much able to express. But it is an auteur driven exploration that keeps us at a distance, its stylistic and story-based fundamentals riveting to watch but never to feel. At almost three hours in length, it oftentimes sags, the crawling pace meant to evoke a malevolent mood but putting us in a slumber that may result in more exciting of a dream than the nightmare the film's plot has to offer us. It is beautifully formulated, and clearly is the result of an artist who cares intensely about his work (the film took 400 days to shoot, the longest in history, and its release coincided with Kubrick's death). But who was it made for? It is too murky for the popcorn crowd, and too turgid for cinephiles. Maybe it's made for no one, more a chance for Kubrick to tauten his cinematic muscles than it is made to entertain. Yet there comes a point where we cease to be viewers, transformed into fatigued students touring an initially intriguing art gallery that steadily becomes tedious, our feet dragging as we contemplate moving forward. But one thing remains fascinating throughout "Eyes Wide Shut," and that is the acting, leading stars Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman (married at the time) diving deep into roles that require them to be much more than machines of emotion. Here, they play Dr. William and Alice Harford, a wealthy young couple living in upper class New York with an elementary age daughter. Their relationship is solid, but is evidently nearing toward what we suspect to be a seven-year itch. This impression is crystalized when, one night, in a pot-scented siesta, Alice admits to contemplating having an affair with a naval officer during a Cape Cod vacation. A fight ensues, Bill taking to the streets to blow off steam. So begins a journey into an erotic labyrinth, where Bill is confronted by infidelity with fantastical know-how. The night climaxes with a terrifically shot sequence during which he spontaneously discovers a secret sexual society that acts upon their desires in a secluded manor, masks covering their true identities. But for the duration of his bewildering odyssey, he remains an observer, not a party to duplicity, and is thus existentially questioned - is he the man he thinks he is, and is his marriage as strong as he once thought it was? The end of the night will tell. "Eyes Wide Shut" is a movie that seems to be comprised of several independent scenes that don't necessarily link, solidarity somewhat cloudy but reinforcing of Kubrick's objective to create what I believe to be a hallucinatory world of lust. Some scenes work much better than others - the central orgy, in particular, radiates heart-thumping malice rather than provocation - but I never felt able to clasp the film as a complete entity, like an apparition floating through a candlelit hallway, passing through its inhabitants as if they don't exist themselves. It isn't a failure, more a breathtaking painting whose distinction lies in the eye of the beholder. But Kubrick's direction is something to cherish, everything feeling so enormous and lush that even a close-up of Kidman smoking, with her eyes all cried out, works as a torrent of magnificent filmmaking control; the actors, courageous, accost his vision with performances that stand as among their best. So while I may not be associated with the handful of those who believe "Eyes Wide Shut" is a misconceived masterpiece, don't come to the conclusion that I don't admire its craftsmanship.

Andrew S (ru) wrote: Great reminder that guns don't kill people, aliens do!

Marah R (mx) wrote: After Miley's strong performance in The Last Song, the expectation for her upcoming performances were quite high, and unfortunately, this one just doesn't cut it. It is actually worse than her role as Hannah Montana.

Gabriel R (us) wrote: Still a solid action flick after the 100th time