Four kids are trapped in a house with a carjacking in a same car on a hair-raising chaos. The story gradually reveals who they are, where they come from, and how they end up in this occasion - an decisive event that change their whole life forever. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Asif H (au) wrote: Has few similarities to `Band Baaja Baraat` which was a good film, but this one if pitiful beyond belief.
Hannah M (it) wrote: I've been listening to the FlickFights podcast for awhile, which features the writer and two of the actors of this movie. That's how I found out about. It's a decently entertaining movie, an interesting mix of horror and comedy (and, oddly, musical). Some of the moments just don't work for me- the musical numbers stretch on a little long and some of the moments seem a little forced. However, this is all made up for by the final scene, which I found extremely touching. If the rest of the ride was a little smoother, I'd be tempted to bump this up to 4 1/2 stars. As it is, it's worth watching mostly for the final 10 minutes.
Lawrence L (mx) wrote: Loved it! My favorite Korean Western, must see if you don't mind reading subtitles, dubs are usually terrible, doesn't do the characters or dialogue any justice
Andr V (jp) wrote: The film itself is worth around 3 stars, but the making of a film like this is beyond the pale for anyone on either side of the political spectrum.
Zahid C (ag) wrote: Day: FridayDate: 7 July 2007Amt: 60/-Time: 1.00pmOver at: 4.00pmWith: BerylTheatre: Eros, MumbaiSeats: R111, R112Name: DHAMAAL
Heba P (br) wrote: Dil Ney Jise Apna Kaha WOH HO TUM
Ca M (ca) wrote: just wasn't my type of humour. I found some moments here and there mildly entertaining. I liked the satire on how sports use to be about the game and what it has turned into. Not really worth watching in my opinion.
James C (gb) wrote: gritty prison drama, let down by a forgettable plot and poor ending
Griffin M (ru) wrote: Now this is one I remember. Very well made and very well acted, but Eastwood needed to get his anti-hero morals straight. There's a line between being an anti-hero and being despicable. Maybe he learned that when John Wayne hated him for this movie.
Richard N (mx) wrote: From the opening titles featuring the jazzed up arrangements of Strauss' Also Sprach Zarathustra, you are somehow drawn into Chance's blinkered tv reality, Seller's portrayal being simultaneously empathetic and comedic, his own personality seemingly invisible as he literally inhabits the character of Chauncy Gardiner giving what was surely the ultimate performance in any of his films. The plot itself is fairly far-fetched it has to be said, the simpleton gardener ending up almost as a presidential advisor and lauded by the media once he's taken in by a kindly but ailing billionaire. The issues it raises are intriguing - the premise of who being as important as what you know, questioning our perception of those deemed simple, the clash of generations, the often ambiguous nature of information gained through television, authorities and political authority in particular. The closing lake scene wrong-foots the viewer, pulling the rug of certainty from under us and forcing us to re-evaluate everything we've just witnessed, adding another, ethereal, dimension to the film. At that point it felt as if Chance had undergone some sort of other-worldly transformation into the comedic equivalent of Eastwood's man with no name, allowing us to over-write our own narrative onto his blank canvas of a past. Definitely worthy of a couple of hours of anyone's time I would say this is one of those must see movies. How Sellers failed to win an Oscar for this is something of a mystery as his performance was simply mesmerizing, a role he was surely born for. It has to rate among my top 20 films, one of those that you tend to watch again and find things that you missed on previous viewings, a true test of a great film in my opinion.
Ricardo T (au) wrote: There a good movie entertaining sad and humorous totally recommend it it's a good long story short I enjoyed it from the beginning all the way to the end.. *****