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This is the story of Romeo. A dude who was living the life. He had the works - the mansion to live in, the chicks to party with and the cars to be driven around in. Until one day, the ... See full summary »
Saif Ali Khan,
Ishwar Chandra Thakur is living the good life, content with his loving wife Sumitra and son Adiya. There is but one thing which gradually comes to annoy Ishwar: his son's laziness and ... See full summary »
Satyendra aka Sattu (Rajkummar Rao) and Aarti (Kriti Kharbanda) meet for a proposed arranged marriage and fall in love in the process. On the night of their marriage, an unexpected turn of ... See full summary »
The Smurfs team up with their human friends to rescue Smurfette, who has been abducted by Gargamel, since she knows a secret spell that can turn the evil sorcerer's newest creation, creatures called "The Naughties", into real Smurfs.
Neil Patrick Harris,
Khankluay is a young elephant who lives his carefree life in a forest, but he's always wondering of his lost father whom he's never met. Inspired by the intention to search for his father, Khankluay leaves the forest and sets his journey to the bigger world. His journey brings such an extraordinary adventure to him. He's experienced so many lessons of life, and finds real friends. Finally, Khankluay becomes a mature elephant who's so brave and powerful, but has a gentle heart. He fights for the king and country until his courage becomes a legend.Written by
Was enjoying watching it with my kids - the animation is good and the story was interesting enough. But then it came to the part where they are teaching kids that animals don't harm one another unless they are being threatened, "only MAN does that".... First of all, that's a total crock. Animals of all different species will hurt and kill each other for a variety of reasons and not always out of some basic necessity either. I'm tired of movies promoting this idea that the animal kingdom is this peaceful wonderful place and that humans should feel guilty and bad because we're horrible awful creatures. Embedding this guilt into our psyches and teaching kids to think this way is how we end up with tragedies like Timothy Treadwell's death. Am I getting a bit worked up over a simple kids movie? Perhaps. But for me it felt like the straw that broke the camel's back, there are far too many children's animal/nature movies like this, created by people who don't know a thing about nature.
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