Teri Meri Kahaani

Teri Meri Kahaani

Thrice upon a love story

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:love,  

The true love between a couple in 1910, 1960 and 2012. Their love is so strong that even destiny wants to bring them together. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Teri Meri Kahaani torrent reviews

Rangan R (ca) wrote: In the old west, it's always about the revenge!Believe it or not, this is the western version of 'John Wick'. Same storyline except it takes place in the desert of the old west. A man who had enough killing native Americans, is now abandoned everything and heading towards Mexico for a fresh start. But on a way in a small town, he gets into a trouble. After surviving the assault, he goes back to hunt them all and like most of the western film, the end is predictable.This is not a bad flick, but it was not fresh enough, either its story or the gun fights. With a bunch of decent actors, a decently made film. The characters were limited, the atmosphere was like deserted. So the overall narration was focused on a few characters in its entire 100 minute run. I felt sorry for Travolta, they did not get anything out of him, he just had a presence and nothing else. In other hand Ethan was okay, but his role was designed as an average man in the old west, not a powerful one as we expect in this type of film.The title says it all, but it was not that ruthless as compared to the most of the similar western films I have seen. Mostly it will bring a disappointment for its viewers, but definitely a few would enjoy it for its simpleness. For me, it was an average, but thought it could have been better, particularly in the gun battle. So it's nothing more than just once watchable with a low expectation.6/10

WS W (br) wrote: Paul Dano's solo. But even he couldn't help this pale film much.

Terry C (kr) wrote: B-grade hack and slay film, but rather entertaining especially with the performance of Michael Fassbender to raise its level just a little higher.

Lisa W (ru) wrote: Never heard of it...


Pania K (gb) wrote: love the aotearoa movies

Jens L (au) wrote: Impressive play about love, treachery and death...only the storytelling lacked of continuity...."the Adjani "is gorgeous

Brem S (fr) wrote: This one is overlooked but still one of my favorites. It's one of Kevin Costner's earlier films but he shows blatant talent. A little predictable yet you'll still find yourself jumping at the TV. I don't want to spoil it too much either but everyone loves an under dog movie too..........

Justin V (gb) wrote: Although it's no Rocky Horror Picture Show, this movie is definitely worth a hardcore fan's time. The film has great music, and as people say: Not the prequel, not the sequel, but an equal.

Jim P (au) wrote: A desperate attempt at exchanging plot and drama for artistry, which fails all the way around.

Will L (mx) wrote: After being denied the movie rights to The Shadow, which would be brought to the big screen 4 years later (badly), Sam Raimi created this unique, pulpy, gruesome, and darkly funny superhero thriller. Liam Neeson is at the top of his typically-badass game, even raising the hamminess just enough to bring the welcome Raimi camp. The quirky ensemble help accentuate the already warped and loopy environment. There's even a few fun blink-and-you'll-miss-it cameos that are sure to bring a smile and/or chuckle. 'Darkman' is a must-see for anyone who loves superhero movies with a wicked edge.

Alden S (nl) wrote: 8 out of 10:The runtime for this movie was dragged out, but other than that, On Her Majesty's Secret Service has really exciting action scenes and is probably the most visually stunning Bond movie.

Pramit C (gb) wrote: Guidebook to Horror film making.

Leigh A (jp) wrote: Based on the late Richard Matheson's 'Bid Time Return'. This 1980's fantasy romance staring Christopher Reeve as Richard Collier, successful playwright, and Jane Seymour as Elise McKenna, a stage actress some 68 years his senior. Somewhere in Time has historically found divided opinion amongst its audience over the past 30+ years since its original release. You will generally come across two contrasting camps, in terms of public opinion, with both at either end of the spectrum. The film has a loyal cult fanbase, who consider it the quintessential romance film, describing the purest and most innocent dipictation of romantic love, with a sweeping emotive neo-romantic score that touches and caresses the strings of your heart. Some find it a poor mashination of clichd romantic trite, complete with an overly sentimental soundtrack and losely knitted together plot points with an abundance of loopholes. Richard Collier (Reeve), is a playwright who, whilst successful several years ago, is suffering from a degree of writers block and, assumingly, emotional burn out. Several years prior to his current strife, he is celebrating the completion and premiere of his first play. A mysterious, fragile old lady appraoches him, hands him a pocket watch and tearfully urges Richard to '...come back to me', before turning away and leaving. A startled and confused Collier, who has never met the woman before slowly returns to his guests. The plot fast-fowards eight years into, what was then, present day 1980. The plot later develops with Richard visiting the Grand Hotel, a lavish establishment located on the beautiful Mackinac Island, in Michigan state. Whilst exploring an exhibition within the hotel, dedicated to the history of the hotel, Richard is drawn, or rather 'encaptivated', to the point of obsesion by a portrait of a beautiful woman. There is no information on her however, and a frustrated and awe-struck Richard then pursues different avenues in a desperate attempt to find information about this unknown belle. Richard discovers the identity of the woman, an Elise Mckenna (Jane Seymour), a prolific stage actress in the early 20th century who had visited and performed at the Grand Hotel in 1912. As he delves deeper, he discovers that she is the same woman who visited him eight years ago. Fascinated, he continues to read and research further to the point of contacting a biographer who knew Elise McKenna personally. Richard identifies an overlap of his own interests, with the mysterious Elise McKenny including a shared love of the same music and a curious fascination with a college professor's writings about time travel. The film unfolds into Richard applying the techniques that may make it possible to travel back in time. It is here that suspension of disbelief is required on the audience, and just to go with what follows. The meeting and attraction between Richard and Elise is left unexplained, and before you know it, they are besotted with each other after only spending one afternoon with each other. The film's finale is bittersweet, but refreshing in comparison to modern films, that all too often go after the happy ending scenario. Somewhere in Time is not a perfect film, and for a film that transcends time, it does appear dated, coupled with sometimes 'questionable' acting by Christopher Reeve. But pulling a film to bits based on fallacy in logic is an incorrect attitude to take to its storyline. Since time-travel (at this present time) does not exist, in any form, then it is un-falsifiable. There are no rules, this is a fantastical element not based on any science, so it should not be judged with the same rules that we judge and analyze science. If we look at the film with a rational mindset, you will find a significant amount of clout to add as a critique of Somewhere in Time, but if you approach the film in this kind of mindset, you miss the point of the film. The film 'does' appear weaker as you get older, and as an individual becomes jaded and less idealistic, then you could be forgiven for believing that this sort of love could transpire, in such a short amount of time, with complete sincerity and intensity. But this is a love story, in classic melodramatic fashion, for life's hopeless romantics, whilst others make shake their head at the percieved naivity in this particular depiction of man and woman's most influential and subjectively strongest emotion.

Richard S (au) wrote: Fairly decent coming of age British drama with a cast of mostly unknowns , with the exception of Sean Harris who always offers a decent performance and a sinister presence to his movie choices. The film is given quite a claustrophobic feel due to the presence of Harris who throughout gives the viewer a sense of foreboding. However, his character didn't quite develop the way I was expecting, which is good because I always like a story to surprise me. It concluded well but not quite the ending I was hoping for,