Swarg

Swarg

When Sahibji's family usurps his business and mansion, leaving him penniless, it is up to the poor house servant Krishna to fix the matter.

Living in a posh mansion named Swarg, this is the story of Sahabji, his wife sister Jyoti, two brothers, and a sister-in-law. Sahabji has a clash of wits with Dhanraj, who successfully ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Luis B (fr) wrote: una pelicula de terror hecha con 2 mangos, que tiene pequeos detalles buenos pero en general es medio pelo

Carlos G (ru) wrote: "Watchmen" is Zack Snyder's 2009 film, written by David Hayter and Alex Tse, it is based on the critically acclaimed 1986 graphic novel of the same name written by Alan Moore. The film is set in 1985 in an alternate universe where superheroes have existed since the 40s. Their presence changed the curse of history, and of the United States. Now, in 85, Nixon is the president of the States and nuclear war is at its peak, as the U.S and the USSR continually threaten each other, to the point of a possible nuclear war. Superheroes are now outlawed and most are either dead or retired. When the former superhero known as The Comedian (Jeffrey Dean Morgan, a former member of the Watchmen) dies, the now retired Watchmen, all become targets of the mysterious assassin, all, as a possible plot to end the world happens.I've personally never read the famous comic, but judging from all the heat, I can only imagine it's at least a bit good. The novel pretty much started this thing of making serious comics that attack serious issues and focus on character depth, and storytelling, instead of the usual thing, where the hero fights the bad guy and saves the day. But only from this film's plot, that's based on the novel, of course, it's noticeable how great this movie could've been, due to its amazing source material. I think that in the hands of better writers and director, this film could've been much, much better.So what's so wrong with it, well, where to start. The writing, god, it is jut too bad, not saying it is HORRIBLE, but it's pretty bad, not going to specify certain lines from the movie, but if you watch and listen to the dialogues you'll notice, believe me. So much exposition dune through narration and constant, never-ending flashbacks, accompanied by poorly-developed characters (with expectations) are all part of the film's poor written script. The visuals and direction are as Zacsnyderish as you can think, with non-stop slow mo, that does work at times, but for most of it, simply unnecessary. Some useless scenes too, that go nowhere and that did not need to be in the film, and of course the dark-toned looks, pretty much what you'd expect from the "300" director.Another thing is, I understand that Snyder tried to stay as faithful as he could to the comic (as said, I have not read the novel, tho I've heard that the film is a fine adaptation, in terms of staying true to the comic), but damn, did it have to be every single detail. Much like his recent disaster "Batman v. Superman", "Watchmen" suffers from Snyder's dedication to trying and do the best adaptation ever, instead of trying and improve the material, so it would fit better onto the big screen. I could list the problems. The runtime, 163 minutes, that is way too long, for such film, the amount of (as said before) unnecessary scenes that could've been cut out of the film to give more space for character development, or you now just to reduce the film's runtime. But I still have to recognize Snyder, in light of all these problems with adapting the comic onto the screen, I've got to give the man some credit, he did an adaptation that the hardcore fans probably loved, and still managed to sustain a solid picture for the usual movie-goers.So what are the goods? Well even do I've seen my share of it, and he sometimes exaggerates with some aspects of it, Snyder's visuals are truly beautiful when used correctly, they truly are, but the best thing in the movie, for me, was Jackie Earle Haley's performance as Rorschach (A.K.A Walter Kovacs), the man is a spectacle. Differently from some of his fellow actors (badly miscast) in the movie, Haley is in his top game here, his best scenes being the ones without the mask, as the actor is able to express and act much more, then when inside Rorschach's face. As said before with this impeccable source material, the story and plot overall are great and pretty entertaining, and for me, that's what saved the film."Watchmen" has many, many problems, but it has its qualities, I'll say the movie should be a treat for the fans of the novel, as for the ones that aren't familiar with the material, it all may seem a bit weird or kinda long, I think it varies from person to person when it comes to "Watchmen". 3/5.

Stuart E (de) wrote: Great little movie, some very funny moments, typically charming as with most Ghibli movies.

(nl) wrote: It a The Matrix + The Terminator + ET and Action is Great and Smart and Cool...

Kelly J (jp) wrote: another straight to video movie

Pepper W (gb) wrote: Adore James Spader! Maggie Gyllenhaal is amazing. While this movie may not be for everyone, I find beauty in it. Love will find a way.

John W (es) wrote: Very low-budget, and it shows. The actors have no chemistry with one another, the jokes fall flat, the plot is beyond predictable - it's absurd - and the sets are bland and uninviting to the eye. Bottom line, it's the cinematic equivalent of a heart monitor flat-lining.

Jeff N (fr) wrote: I have never seen this film, but I give the concept 5 stars.

Michael D (ca) wrote: Sridevi plays a double role flawlessly. Highly recommended!

HP K (mx) wrote: Tyylin pysyminen hattaran kevyen hmpsilyn lpi rajujenkin tapahtumien oli kai yritys kuvata persoonaa, mutta haiskahtaa enemmn rahastukselta. Quaid ei vakuuta.

Tim S (es) wrote: Here we go again with another Japanese TV show ported over, combined and released as a movie in the US. Fugitive Alien can hardly be called entertaining. Heck, it can hardly be called a movie. It's certainly not boring, and I guess that it's its best quality, and that's really reaching. To be fair, most Japanese TV shows and movies don't make a whole lot of sense, nor do they ever stand still. They're constantly in motion with over the top characters and insane visuals. This has that, but it doesn't have it cranked up to 11. If it had, it would probably be more watchable than it is. Oh well. Thankfully this is one that the crew from Mystery Science Theater 3000 managed to tackle, twice, as well as its "sequel". I don't recommend that you watch it any other way than with these people commentating. Otherwise, you should skip it.

Richard W (ag) wrote: AS WITH ALL OF DEANNA DURBIN FILS, THIS IS ANOTHER WONDERFUL MOVIE SIMPLY DUE TO HAVING DEANNA IN THE FILM, HER ACTING AND HER SINGING AS ALWAYS IS STUNNING, THE BEAUTIFUL DEANNA ALWAYS MADE WONDERFUL FILMS EVEN WHEN DUE TO NO FAULT OF HER OWN, THE SCRIPTS WERE SOMEWHAT LACK LUSTRE. IF YOU HAVE NEVER WATCHED A DEANNA DURBIN FILM I WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU DO, SIMPLY BECAUSE DEANNA ALWAYS SPARKLES IN WHICHEVER ROLE SHE PLAYS AND MAKES YOU SMILE...

Tracey c (nl) wrote: Always liked Vivien Leigh, who starred in "Gone With the Wind",'1939 and lived a very short life. In this picture she plays the part of Myra, who falls deeply in love with Robert Taylor,(Roy Cronin),"Party Girl",'58, who is in the Army during WW II and the location is London, England. Myra is a dancer and falls upon bad times and is protected by her girlfriend, who supports her and brings her back to health. However, Myra turns her life around and takes a different path in life she never thought she would ever take. This is a very romantic and heart breaking story, and somehow, I think things could have turned out differently if a certain person told the Truth from the very start. Great Classic film, don't miss viewing it.

Miguel R (es) wrote: Hidalgo is a compelling true story told in an endless and tedious manner

Linda i (br) wrote: This is a rip off movie.