Rich American socialite Lady Edwina Esketh, who obtained her title by marrying English Lord Albert Esketh, travels to Ranchipur where Albert hopes to buy a prize stallion from the Maharani.... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Rains of Ranchipur
Despite marital problems, English Lord Albert Esketh and his rich American socialite wife Lady Edwina Esketh travel to India to buy a prize horse from the ruler of Ranchipur.
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Samuel M (nl) wrote: It is a decent Disney channel movie. Great for families.
Scot B (de) wrote: Neve does good in this film
Dylan G (au) wrote: Calling this a sequel is a disgrace to the Jim Carrey classic before it! F
Vicky L (br) wrote: Stunning art direction, impressive performance, subtle camera movement, these holds the necessary parts of a good film, but cannot hind a pale and thin story. The director tries to use the simple plot to convey something deeper, which can be detected from some detail constructions: e.g. when the elder maid talks about the maid being portrayed with the patron, she brutally wipes the chicken with butter, inferring man's touch on woman's body. This film is subtle and contained, but resulting in an affected feeling.
Jennifer L (ca) wrote: Rented this one solely on the basis that it was the directorial debut of (and, as far as I know, the only film by) Cindy Sherman. Slow to start but once the action starts, and the body count rises, the black comedy clicks into full gear. Laughed aloud at some of the more gruesome bits.
Susan A (mx) wrote: I rate this movie 5 stars, for obvious reasons. Brilliant sums up this movie perfectly.
Matt M (kr) wrote: Though the film is classy and adventurous, it is too full of cliches and easy philosophy to be even considered among Kurosawa's most interesting works.
Simon R (jp) wrote: Best film from On The Buses
Christopher S (gb) wrote: One of my favourite comedians of all time but really it is Bourvil who shines in this film. A great laugh for all the family.
David M (es) wrote: So, the extended edition of Daredevil? Any better?My answer to that would actually be "yes"While the original Theatrical cut - remember, from back before the Marvel Cinematic Universe was a thing - failed to convince (who thought the playground fight between Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck was a good idea?), I actually felt that the longer running time of this version actually helps quite a bit, giving the movie more time to breathe (as it were).It's also a substantially more violent film than I remember, and also has a previously-completely-excised sub-plot concerning Matt Murdock's daytime profession (lawyer) that helps to build up the threat behind the Kingpin somewhat.Still not as good as the Netflix TV show, though!(oh, and this is film which caused Ben Affleck to say in 2006 that he had "inoculated myself from ever playing anothe superhero. *Cough* Batfleck anyone? *cough*) Early(ish) Superhero movie, released in the wake of Spiderman. Unlike Tobey Maguire, however, Ben Affleck fails to convince in the central role of Daredevil/Matt Murdock: the vigilante by night, blind lawyer by day central character.Colin Farrell also goes completely OTT as Bullseye, while Jennifer Garner provides the love interest/sub-plot as Elektra - the only character to get a spin-off movie of their own.