The siblings Linus, 19-years-old, who are taking driving licence and Vanja, 17-years-old, who's still in school. Their mom Eva works night shift at a hotel. We get to follow them during one...

The siblings Linus, 19-years-old, who are taking driving licence and Vanja, 17-years-old, who's still in school. Their mom Eva works night shift at a hotel. We get to follow them during one... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Akshay A (gb) wrote: Well... Joshy is best described as a comedy with a difference or... A different comedy!... Well, the type of fun is not for everyone,because Jeff baena was able to pull off something hard here. A comedy involving guys trying to confront or.. May be not confront their personal tragedies... This depressing situation that joshy is in is spun with a comic sense and heart. The acting feels real and the traumas have a very natural edge to it. For 90 minutes, it's a very different movie about overcoming life's major difficulties... I surely enjoyed it. Thumps up???

Sayer F (br) wrote: It's actually so horrendous that it ends up being "roll on the floor laughing" funny, and I think that's what the creator wanted people to do, so then, in doing so, he created a comedic masterpiece that's incredibly cheesy, but incredibly hilarious, and even clever.

Nived N (de) wrote: TIRED OF SHARBAT.....DON'T WORRY! TRY SOME JALJEEERA!! ISHQIYA, I can say, A desi adaptation of QUENTIN TARANTINO film-making..... It's not only the plot even the characters are impulsive and unpredictable, it ravels every layer by layer without wasting any precious time. It has a very unconventional love story where a widow flirts.....oh sorry!! cons Uncle-nephew to execute her plan of finding her dead husband. Here Debutante Director ABHISHEK CHAUBEY understands the plight of widow in village who are actually denied an easy life hence isolated completely, so here Krishna (played by Vidya Balan) uses sexuality to con. ABHISHEK CHAUBEY has reached the level where VISHAL BHARADWAJ didn't even reached, he deserves brownie point for handling such daringly different subject with dexterity. Music by VISHAL BHARADWAJ makes a superb impression by composing songs like ''Ibn-E-Batuta'' and soulful ''Dil To Bachcha Hai''. VIDYA BALAN delivers a brilliant performance as the sexually liberated widow Krishna, she constructs the role so beautifully without taking any help from the script itself, ARSHAD WARSI & NASEERUDIN SHAH are just amazing and charming. Arshad's modern way of love (lustful) and Naseerudin's old style of love are portrayed very well in the film. SALMAN SHAHID (seen as Talibani Terrorist in Yash Raj Films ''Kabul Express'') makes an undeniable impression as don Mushtaq.Overall, ISHQIYA is a very sexy and delicious film. Since the film is year's 1st hit (Important criteria along with critical and audience acclaim), It should registered itself in all the category for next year's award function, IF NOT, BOLLYWOOD IS ONE OF THE BIGGEST LOSERS!!!! STRONGLY RECOMMENDED!!!!!!!

Cumhur B (de) wrote: Do you want to know where the east finishes and the west starts? Watch the movie..

Mukesh P (br) wrote: William Macy ma man... too impressed to his performance.

Dy M (ag) wrote: I've watched this one way back 2001 0r 2002 but could not remember some I'll watch again!

Mark W (it) wrote: Released in 1992, it's took me a while to get around to this one. It's director, Ron Fricke, had previously contributed writing, editing and cinematography duties on the similarly themed and outstandingly powerful "Koyaanisqatsi" by Godfrey Reggio before embarking on this (his own) journey ten years later. I wouldn't even call this a film. I'd call it more a series of moving images. But what stunning beauty there is to behold here. It was filmed by a five person crew over a period of 14 months in 24 countries across 6 continents and there are a plethora of images that will instil a myriad of emotional responses; they will enlighten and disturb, they will force you to ponder and wonder. In short, they are images of evolution and life and they will leave you in absolute awe of our natural world and the direct involvement we have in it. It explores different cultures and tribal rituals, it marvels at cloud formations and stunning sunsets. This is the flora and fauna of our environment in all it's most natural beauty. If you can imagine Terrence Malick directing a dialogue free, documentary then you have a idea of what to expect here. It does contain a certain, loose, narrative structure and like the sublime, BBC, David Atteborough nature programs it is stunningly captured and assembled. As mentioned, it contains no dialogue whatsoever, relying solely on sounds and an ethereal music score, featuring the haunting and angelic vocal talents of Lisa Gerrard. Anyone familiar with the aforementioned and absolutely amazing, visual documentary "Koyaanisqatsi" or it's follow up "Powaqqatsi" will know how much of treat they are in for here. If you haven't seen any of these, then I urge you to do so. There isn't much else I can say to describe this other than... the meaning of the word 'Baraka' is an ancient Sufi word that translates to "a blessing, or the breath, or the essence of life from which the evolutionary process unfolds" It simply has to be seen to be believed.

Ryan A (ru) wrote: Dreamer is One of my favorite movies. With a outstanding cast. Amazing directing by John Gatins. The screenplay is good. The score and effects are spectacular!

Micki K (us) wrote: Oh so bad. The acting is stiff to say the least, but some of that is directed. The monster is ridiculous. The crowd running scenes are bizarre. And the sound track is simply bizarre and not really in a good way.

Andy P (nl) wrote: Here Monroe is as magnetic as ever, however it is the raunchiness and practicality of Russell's persona that commands the screen, particularly during her musical numbers.

Nathan C (fr) wrote: Worse Than I Thought It would even turn to be,This is one of the worst Will Smith films i have ever seen to lebrace my screen, I Just Love Making Words Up! And Now... The Climax of this film is not the best i ever saw and the acting was somehow good but their humour isn't funny, I feel very very bad for Will Smith, I just can't believe i saw a terrible film with one of my favourite actors, Fuck You Michael Bay!Score: 3/10

Aodhan R (ag) wrote: Usually something with Mark Wahlberg in it is fun and entertaining to watch, with the exception of the 2008's game-adapted movie 'Max Payne.' Wahlberg is in no way a bad actor, but a lot of his movies are worth more to approve of than Max Payne, which is a bit of a silly action-thriller with a 'police investigation' type plot that goes nowhere. It starts off exciting: the audience are simply just thinking 'I can't wait to see Mark first appear' - everyone loves him - and the first sign of his appearance he's nearly drowning and buried and frozen - and then the movie (instead of skipping) kicks back a week prior to the horrific drowning, where the main plot kicks in. Wahlberg plays Payne: a police detective (once a family man now a loner) who is committed to finding and avenging the murder of his deceased wife and baby son. I was also satisfied this movie would turn out great when the movie featured a brief appearance of Olga Kurylenko (the hot Bond girl from Quantum of Solace) and rapper Ludacris, who appears early on in the movie.Beau Bridge's acting isn't the best or toughest. He plays a major role called BB (funny enough) and the way Bridges gave his approach to his part wasn't the best, nor was the twist to his character which is revealed towards the movie's third act that was supposed to be good in anyway good. The characters aren't the best, really, at all, but it's not to say they're all thoroughly bad actors. Mila Kunis's take on the leading female role is my second most disinteresting character. Screenwriter Beau Thorne really tries to create a screenplay that tries to evade going over certain boundaries or even being equal with them, which just completely mucks up the plot and the direction even more and complicating things further. It can't be as bad as a muck up as one Wahlberg's latest hits: Transformers: Age of Extinction. Max Payne may lack a decent crime thriller story or fairly good action sequences (not that there isn't any action, but limited moments), but the whole dark tone and shadowy blackness of the movie reminded me of a 'Gotham spin-off setting' depicted on screen, in a good sense and I quite liked that.

Janis Z (fr) wrote: Movie that leaves you speechless..

Ashley H (mx) wrote: Below is an entertaining film. It is about the strange happenings that occur on a WWII submarine. Bruce Greenwood, Olivia Williams, and David Crow give fantastic performances. The script is well written. David Twohy did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the mystery and thrills. Below is a must see.