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We call this massager The Cobra because of its shape. And let me tell you, this is a wonderful machine. Use it at different intensities with different heads and it gives a wonderful, deep massage. Very happy with this product.
What a lovely, lovely film! Not a comedy, as stated, but apparently factual. Many of us have, no doubt, heard of the Dadasaheb Phalke film award, but how many of us know who Dadasaheb Phalke really was? How many of us are aware of the fact that the first Indian film and the seed of Bollywood was "Raja Harishchandra"? Despite the fact that the film is in Marathi, the subtitles are adequate to narrate the whole story to us. Excellent acting by Nandu Madhav as Phalke and Paresh Mokashi's sensitive direction make for a wonderful film.
This is a hard hitting film. Moves a little slowly at times, but the end leaves one flabbergasted by its sheer truth. Worth seeing at least once. It could have ended with the trial being over, but as it says, "there is a little bit left". And that little bit socks you in the stomach.
A very interesting book taking into the account of Rama, the many many Ramayanas existant in Asia. The juxtaposition of the narrations of Ravana and Bhadra make for an interesting tell on different views to a common occurrence. However, unfortunately, the editing and proof reading of the book lower the standard of the novel immensely.
What a strange film! Starts off blandly enough with a sweet boy-girl romance and then, the twist in the tail of the tale!
Sometimes one doesn't know where the film is going and one gets bored, but when it starts to unwind, it is unstoppable. Kukunoor seems to have a penchant for schooldays. Starting with Rockford and continuing here, the story revolves around an unfinished school romance and the crux of the matter lies in the schooldays of the three protagonists.
Well worth a watch. I put it away after the first half hour and then went back to watching it some days later and watched it uninterrupted till the end.
Together with "Samsara" and "7 Years in Tibet", this film makes a good trilogy on Tibet and the Buddhist way of life there. Based on the life of the current Dalai Lama, the film incorporates history along with biography. Definitely a film worth seeing.
The graphic novel is well worth the purchase. The art work is very vibrant and captures the essence and power of Shiva. The story is succintly told. The only thing I had a problem with was issues with the language. It was not as clean as it could have been. Minor editing lapses could easily clear the frequent misuse of the word `the' and the inconsistent spelling of `Devarishi'. Apart from minor glitches like these, the GN is a delight!
This is an incredibly good film, sensitively made but is a severe let down at the end when all the good work of the director, actors and crew rushes to a saccharine sweet end. Predictable and terribly ill conceived, the end is a severe let down. But for the positives : the film is well worth watching. Sensitive direction with restrained performances of a story well told...
This movie is truly awesome. A bit too long, it is nonetheless very well acted and directed. The pace, if a bit slow, keeps one's interest -- interest does not lag even once. The horrifying story of a family in Pakistan, the story could be true here as well, I assume. A scary reality, very well portrayed.