Chiriakhana or Chiriyakhana is a 1967 Bengali film by Satyajit Ray. It is a whodunit suspense thriller, starring Uttam Kumar as Byomkesh Bakshi. The title means "The Zoo". The screenplay is by Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay.
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The Zoo torrent reviews
Scott D (ag) wrote: deeply moving piece, all for the love of a child
Leigh G (it) wrote: Lecherous middle aged man ensnares teenage co-ed in the name of "art." Possibly the worst show I have ever seen. OFF!
Alice (gb) wrote: Mia: Varfr kysste du mig?
Robyn M (mx) wrote: One of the best roles I have seen Hilary Duff in. I was expecting just a nice teen type movie out of this, but it was a little darker than I expected, and deals with some serious issues. Of course it does not delve as deeply in as it could do, as I think they were still aiming at a teen/ family audience.Hilary Duff made a huge comeback in this movie. She shows in this film that she is more mature than ever before. Finally, The once squeeky clean and cute Disney star becomes of age and proves shes no longer lizzy McGuire or a 1 trick pony. I was pleased that Duff's character found ephoria and happiness in her life, but ending the film on an unlcosed chapter represents real life. You never know today from the next and not everything is perfect... life is about working and achieving lifes goals and finding peace.
John M (nl) wrote: All the elements of the old style gothic thriller are here, rearranged in a new and original way. Twists enough to stay interesting.
Billy P (nl) wrote: I came home with a meal from the Snack Shack in Lumsden, Sask(represent) with my friend Sean. My friend Justin let me borrow August Underground. I was told it was a very disturbing movie. We flipped it on and watched it while we ate. Okay, I am very use to being disturbed by things for I am a horror fan. Our reaction was more like "why are we not disturbed enough to not eat right now". This movie DID have the characteristics of a home made snuff film. It IS the best of it's kind(in comparison to The Blair Witch Project, Cloverfield, and Quarantine)so I liked it in that sense. It was kind of incoherent in many ways, but it also has a purpose. Bring over a friend and tell them you just found it on the street...they will flip their lids. That's if you can even find a copy of it of course.
Mike J (us) wrote: It's still disturbing all these years...
Henri R (it) wrote: s'il pouvait foirer un film, mais non, il s'acharne russir
Eric J (us) wrote: Slow-moving and banal, not the best from Guy Hamilton. Weak casting.
Gus S (ru) wrote: Not even good for stupid fun. The entire movie drags on and on with pointless "people wandering around scenes," and the actors are all boring and unconvincing teenagers. The monster is only shown in the last ten minutes and you never get a real good look, but the costume is no better than something out of Star Trek. All the interesting stuff in this movie happens off screen and is explained, on-screen, by the aforementioned boring actors.
Jet C (de) wrote: It is most dramatic since Gone With The Wind.
Shiela E (fr) wrote: pretty standard gore flick from the 80's, but not bad at all. genuinely creepy.
Nate T (jp) wrote: Goofy at best, benign at worst. There are some elements of intentionally funny moments. Though there is more of often than not an unintentional laugh to be had. Most so than the intended moments... Acting is moderate and CGI is obvious. Enter viewing this at your own risk.