On the 25th June 1950, North Korea's invasion of the South triggers the Korean War. The United Nations appeal for support on behalf of South Korea. Sixteen countries deploy troops. Among ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Charlie E (kr) wrote: I hear the sound of an approaching midget ha
Boris S (ca) wrote: yeh im the only one to EVER rate this movie SCORE
Victor J (fr) wrote: sill and interesting worth a watch.
tracy b (ag) wrote: how do I buy frequency on DVD
Kev R (es) wrote: Awesome movie - watched it numerous times with different people and always keeps me on the edge of my seat
Brett C (mx) wrote: Review In A Nutshell:Satyajit Ray's follow up to Pather Panchali, Aparajito a.k.a "The Unvanquished", continues the story of Apu and his family, dealing with issues of loss, loneliness, and growth.Aparajito certainly deals with interesting and universal themes but I felt Ray's direction was a bit too obvious and forced here, particularly during the film's first act. The story progressed itself too fast, unlike the previous film where it took its time to flesh out its characters and shape the audience's ideas about the difficulties of poverty and isolation. The mother in the first act showed very little trust to the people around her and the film sets it up so well but provides very little resolution or explanation to it, leaving it to be forgotten during the subsequent acts of the film. The significant event that happens during the first act was certainly sad, especially if one has seen the previous film, I wanted the film to spend a little bit more time on this as I felt the impact could have been milked out a bit more and provide more character development.The rest of the film plays out like a coming of age story, which provides more entertainment in its character development and themes. Watching Apu grow and make independent decisions is fascinating, as it gives us a glimpse of what would become of him in the future. Along with this is an exploration of the slowly disconnecting relationship with his mother. It isn't Apu's intentions to be distant from her as he cares for her so much but rather he just wants to improve himself through further education and independence, which is great as films that tackle the same storyline usually have the children be seen as angered towards their parental figures and serves as a drive for their distance. The film reaches to a conclusion that serves even more heartbreaking than what was delivered in the first act, as the journey I have embarked with Apu has allowed me to gain a connection with him and therefore it wasn't difficult to empathise with him.The photography in this film felt less poetic as it did in the first film, and I am assuming the financial resources in this film was larger as compared to Pather Panchali, and with that the film contains much more spectacle in its location choices. The simplicity of the first film was one of the core reasons why that film was so effective in projecting its themes. At least my opinion of Ravi Shankar's music in this film hasn't been negatively affected. The music is much more connected to the emotions of the characters, which is one of the key reasons why I was able to care much more about what happens to them in this film, while in Pather Panchali, I was more concerned with what the director was trying to convey and tell its audience.Aparajito may not reach the power that Pather Panchali delivers, but it is not far from it. If the first act was handled with more focus and simplicity then my feelings would this film would have been at the same level as the previous film, maybe even more! Hopefully the last of the trilogy, The World of Apu, would be a step up or at least at the same level as what this film delivers.
Steve R (br) wrote: An interesting (if totally unoriginal) sci-fi tale. Unfortunately it's a bit too dark for younger kids, and a bit too simplistic and naive for older ones.
K N (br) wrote: Mel was so great. Can't help but love his character. Naive and sweet. Loved every minute of this film. Julia was great too.
allyn j (ag) wrote: Gripping movie, hits hard and real
Byron W (jp) wrote: Great movie for smurfs fans