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Name: The Rum Diary
Release Year: 2011
Language: English | Hindi
Resolution: 480p | 720p HD
Size: 350MB | 850MB
The Rum Diary Full Movie in Hindi [Dual Audio] 720p [HD] Free Download : Paul Kemp is an author who hasn’t been able to sell a book. He gets a job at a newspaper in San Juan, Puerto Rico. There, he meets Sala, who gets him acclimatized and tells him he thinks the newspaper will fold soon. Kemp checks into a hotel and while idling about on a boat in the sea, meets Chenault, who is skinny-dipping while avoiding a Union Carbide party. Kemp is immediately smitten with her.
The Rum Diary Hindi Dubbed Kemp and Sala immediately go on a drinking binge, which earns Kemp the enmity of his editor, Lotterman. Kemp also meets Moburg, a deadbeat reporter who can’t be fired. While waiting for an interview, Kemp meets Sanderson, a freelance realtor, who offers him a job writing ads for his latest venture. Sanderson is engaged to Chenault, who pretends not to know Kemp.
Download The Rum Diary (2011) BluRay 480p Dual Audio [Hindi Dubbed- English] [350MB]
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If you’re looking for the craziness of later Hunter S. Thompson, you’ll find shreds of it here. In a way this is a more cogent movie than say “Fear and Loathing ” but it’s also a bit prosaic beneath the wilder stuff that peppers the surface. Johnny Depp stars and runs the show in his usual strong if uninspired way as a new, hard-drinking reporter with a failing English language newspaper in Puerto Rico.
There is a true surface here that’s pretty amazing–the cars, the low down rot of the apartments, the racism between the rich white Americans and the indigenous Puerto Ricans. The depth you might expect and want here is slim, however, even though all the pieces are in play for a great drama–a charming troubled writer in a land filled with prejudice and violence and great natural beauty. It pushes the clichés too hard, and it’s generally agreed (even by Thompson) that the material is weak and “rambling.” The movie doesn’t rearrange it enough to make it work.