Conclusion: What a wonderful film, I am sure those so called critics didn't even bother to go to see the film. They should. It will open their eyes to a wonderful people and a beautiful country. Go see the film. Go visit an amazing country filled with a welcoming people. Just as in the film.
Summary: I love movies, all kinds, too many to mention, but this would have to come close to the top of the list of unmissables. I read reviews and put off going for ages as I imagined I knew what it would be like, and I was very wrong. A straightforward story of a bunch of people making changes in their life for a number of different reasons becomes a deep, personal, emotionally involving journey that sees every member of the cast embodying their roles so fully that it's as...
Summary: This is a relatively lightweight movie with a stellar cast that carries the day. It is the story of the ultimate outsourcing - British retirees to India, with all the disasters you can imagine, occurring. There are some great one-liners throughout. When the wife of the couple whose marriage is disintegrating wonders aloud how they might celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary, a response is "a minute's silence!" Some poignant moments too but humour wins.
Summary: Fun little flick which reminds us that our Grande Dames of film won't be around too much longer. What will we do without Maggie and Judy? Still, a very unrealistic look at what would happen to the old folk if we packed them off to India. Lot's of fun ensues with the these chirpy retirees but please don't send granny off to live out her days in Delhi. It's no picnic for the elderly.
Summary: This is a beautifully crafted movie.A great story with never a dull moment.It shows a little of India and the conditions they live with.. The background music is subtle but I found it to be the best I have heard for a long time,so do listen to it. An enjoyable movie which I highly recommend.
Summary: Okay, so I've been to see this film twice now - and the charm, the appeal, the GENIUS... it's still all there! :) Despite the fact that I was probably one of the youngest in the audience, I would recommend this film to people of all ages. However, it is especially relevant for older people, which is why I made sure to take my grandparents along with me. They both loved it, of course! And with good reason - the acting line up is simply superb.
Summary: This movie makes you laugh so hard at times, that you run out of breath and need a ventolin inhaler, even if you haven't got asthma. A grand all star cast that bring life to the Marigold hotel, in an inspirational film, making you want to go home and pack your bags and head out on the first plane to India! Loved it.