Hawaa Hawaai – Movie Review

Hawaa Hawaai (U)

Hawaa Hawaai is a movie about a boy Arjun who moves to big city of Mumbai along with his mother from a small village in Maharashtra. Due to lack of money he is unable to pursue his education and has to find work to fend the family. Read Full

Mary Kom (U)
Mary Kom
Mary Kom is a biopic on Mangte Chungneijang Mary Kom, , India’s ace boxing champion. The movie is the journey of Mary Kom from being a simple village girl to becoming an ace boxing champion .

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The Karate Kid III

the karate kid
The Karate kid III is a movie about a boy who shifts to a new city with his mother and finds problem in settling down in new city and is troubled by his peers. He finds a good friend in the form of his master who is a simple guy living in his apartment complex . This master changes his life and helps him move forward creating self confidence and self worth in him. The movie beautifies the beautiful relationship between a master and a student.The conversations between the master and the student are worth listening to as they give us a deep insight into various aspects of not only karate but, much more.

• If we find a right master in our lives we can go places.
• Once we find the right guide in our lives we need to trust that guide and follow his instructions to the end.
• Simple Meditation techniques can be learnt and it can also be learnt how to use power of meditation in our real life.

Genre: Sports, Entertainment , Motivation
Language: English
Ratings: PG
Running Time: 112 minutes
Directed By : John G. Avildsen
Produced By: Jerry Weintraub , Karen Trudy Rosenfelt (co-producer),Sheldon Schrager (executive producer),Doug Seelig (associate producer)
Cast: Ralph Macchio , Pat Morita
Release Date: June , 1989
Frightening/intense scenes: Fight Scenes are there between the guys
Alcohol/drugs/smoke: None
Profanity: None
Violence: Fight scenes are there
Adult Intimacy: Kissing scenes are there
Ratings on Motivation part: 3/5
Ratings on Family Value: 3/5
Suitability for age groups:
5-12 years: Yes. It is recommended parents be there for kids.
12-16 years: Yes.It is recommended parents be there for kids.
16-20 years: Yes
Above 20 years: Yes
Can watch with family: Yes