The socially responsible Dr.Salim faces criticism and seclusion at work due to his upright nature. In addition to this, when his relationship with Nisha falls apart, he is driven to do something he wouldn't normally do. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Faith P (it) wrote: While Maze Runner is not a bad film, there were so many things that could have helped to gradually unfold the story. A number of the characters are underdeveloped and the audience does not get to know them as well as was necessary. However, the acting was well done, particularly on the parts of Dylan O'Brien, Thomas Sangster, Will Poulter, and Ki Hong Lee. What seems to have been revealed to the audience a little too soon is the past of the characters. While there is a lot of mystery when, at the beginning, none of the primary characters can remember who they are or where they came from, there is so much tension and intrigue at the writers' fingertips. This intrigue is lost when the past is shown to the audience too soon. That said, Maze Runner proves that the series has a lot of potential and audiences will find this movie adequate in the mystery/action/dystopian genre.
Ab N (jp) wrote: Interest aspect of the Muslim implication in the resistance to Nazis in France we've never seen before
Scott A (br) wrote: I'll take the Tesla!
Don S (ru) wrote: This Disney movie got slammed at the box office, however it is not as terrible as all that. It's got decent motion capture animation and a dream-like quality. The story is completely unbelievable, but tells a moral and tries to warm your heart. Seth Green got hosed on his voice talent - they replaced his with that of an 11 year olds - but it is a watchable and somewhat enjoyable movie.
Matthew S (ru) wrote: Erik Poppe's film creates a potent narrative, but the ideas of faith, guilt and accountability are left somewhat under explored. The interest of this film comes from the shared horror of a death, but the real power it creates is thanks to the interesting acting turn by Pl Sverre Valheim Hagen.
Christopher H (au) wrote: RENDITION // Before "Zero Dark Thirty" caught everyone's attention about the treatment of terrorist suspects in other countries, "Rendition" explored the same basic idea six years prior to a much lesser audience. But what's the difference? Were people not ready to hear about the idea of "extraordinary rendition" back then, which was a very real thing that occurred under the go ahead from the George W. Bush administration? One thing "Rendition" did have on its side was star power, which is actually what finally got me to see it. While "Zero Dark Thirty" has impressive newcomers that will be legends decades from now in Jessica Chastain and Jason Clarke, "Rendition" has household names like Jake Gyllenhaal, Meryl Streep, and Reese Witherspoon, which on paper, really sells this film on its own.When "Rendition" came out in 2007, I paid little attention, probably because I am not that in touch with politics, especially back then. With its entire plot focusing on the event of a U.S. citizen and family man being intercepted at an international airport and being immediately deported to be tortured in a foreign country, there's not much sheer entertainment value in that to grab anyone's attention. But add to that the familiar faces, like Gyllenhaal in his follow up role to the dark and brooding Fincher movie, "Zodiac" or Meryl Streep in one of her only villainous roles, and the reasons for seeing the film skyrocket. And once you take the film at face value, the story becomes interesting and you start learning more about this strange occurrence in our nation's history and you start to wonder why this wasn't a bigger deal in the media at the time.Timing is the key factor here. Not long after the death of Osama Bin Laden, "Zero Dark Thirty" made waves with a female director and the story of how men were tortured to divulge information in order to find and kill Bin Laden. "Rendition" takes no real measures in focusing on any real life counterparts and presents a political fiction simply based on ideas. Both films have great performances in them, with a fantastic cast of characters, but "Zero Dark Thirty" proves so much more with its unseasoned cast and with a shocking look at that world, in which the curtain is drawn back on some of our nation's dirty secrets. "Rendition" is a film that always feels like a film, which makes the audience lack that connection that latches them to the material. We may love the actors in their roles, but in the end, its watching them play these roles instead of become these roles that makes the huge difference.
Mitch H (es) wrote: Since I didn't turn it off and watched it in its entirety, I'll take that as being a good sign. BLUE STATE was a little film that ended up being moderately entertaining. This was a unique story that flowed pretty well and ended with a satisfying conclusion. There's not much more to it than that. This film wasn't overly complex, interesting or compelling. But overall, it was a bit of harmless fun that came as quick as it left. I must warn you that if you're not into political movies or are right wing, this may not be the film for you. A very generous -- 6/10.
Eric R (de) wrote: After getting kicked out of a club four friends follow a young, beautiful girl back to her house in the country to keep the good times going. What ensues is a batshit insane offbeat horror film. Vincent Gallow stars as the creepy housekeeper and he is absolutely hysterical to watch through out this film. I don't really even know how to describe this movie. Its as much a comedy as it is a horror and its just crazy. Liked it quite a bit.
Jimmy H (it) wrote: Instead of writing my own review, I found one below that pretty much sums up how I feel about this film:It's a cleverly wrapped gift to me and every horror fan like me, and I feel nothing but affection for it. - Rob Gonsalves
Ruthy l (au) wrote: Ice Cube Is A Real Funny Man Every time I see one of his movie I always laugh
Dankwa B (es) wrote: [REWATCH] Haven't seen this in @ least 10 years. Still holds up! Good movie!
Daniel P (nl) wrote: Hook boasts entertaining performances from Robin Williams, Dustin Hoffman, and Bob Hoskins, but it's an uneven film with an overabundance of sappy sentiment and a distinct lack of magic or fun.
Jap O (fr) wrote: A nice adaptation. Funny. But there should be more actions in it.
Jason N (ca) wrote: Way before Men in Black, we had this great 80's comedy with Jim Belushi and the great John Ritter. Just like in MIB, veteran agent Jim Belushi takes in average joe Ritter and by the end of the movie he has learned to be a confident, MIB-like CIA agent capable of dealing with Soviets, terrorists, aliens, and neighborhood nuisances like bike thieves and milk deliverymen.
Steve K (gb) wrote: Cheeseball drive-in fodder that offers typical 70's high school movie hijinks and occasionally bare bodies. An early appearance of Robert Carradine.
Bradley K (es) wrote: Not very entertaining in terms of narrative but wildly pleasing in terms of tableau composition. Almost every scene is a stunning exploration of angular minimalism.
Scott B (br) wrote: Minor Renoir. Full of cliches, but completely engaging throughout.
Aditya M (fr) wrote: Staged with impeccable artistry and pizzazz, this is pure cinematic joy and one of the greatest adaptations of a stage musical in history.
Shawn S (us) wrote: This has a great cast and a good story that has more substance than the average romantic comedy.