What do you do when your entire family is against the bride of your choice? Do you replace your family? Or do you replace the bride? Or do you make an aloo-chaat of your life? Aloo Chaat the film, is rich in masala - with plots within sub-plots, with wisecracks dripping endlessly like that tangy chutney, and is a treat that you don't want to miss.It tickles you, shakes you, rattles you, and gags you as it takes you through the narrow lanes and equally narrow minds of orthodox Delhi parents, to a wider world of love and romance, and an unexpected twist in the tale...
Story focuses on a US return guy Nikhil who is in love with a Muslim girl Aamna (Aamna Shariff). To convince his orthodox Hindu family which a strictly against a Muslim girl Nikhil plots a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
darren b (gb) wrote: fascinating and shocking documentary following the events at abu ghraib prison in iraq which led to the arrest of several American soldiers following the release of photographs detailing the torture and humiliation of inmates. this film takes account of many of those jailed for these attrocities and explains how they were used as pawns to cover up a much larger scandal from higher levels within the US military and govenment. while this doesn't excuse the actions of these officers it does show that the level at which the people at the top of the food chain will go to secure information from suspects who in most cases are just innocent civilians caught in the wrong place at the wrong time. it is movies such as this that sometimes make me question who are the good guys and who are the bad guys in this 'war'.
Brandon S (ca) wrote: perspective changing about how we view the path of the modern life, and the future of are kids
Sara S (gb) wrote: it does have zombies. and they pull out intestines and rip a guard's arm off. the music is terrible. the metal song had the word "thresh-hold" in it way too many times. they way over-do all the prison talk. the head guard has some of the worst lines i've ever heard. but, it does have zombies.
Yash B (it) wrote: Fans of the series should be pleased and it definitely has a more light and fun tone than the second. A welcome return to form for the series.
A l e x i s s (br) wrote: very funny movie seen it loved itand Boom was very funny a crazy!
Alex W (ag) wrote: I barley remember this but i know i saw it.
Eric H (fr) wrote: You're fucking kidding me, right? You have that bastardized movie a fucking 87, users, while the critics gave it a 76?! Come on... Come on!! The first
Morgan V (ca) wrote: I love 80s movies. Jennifer Connely is beautiful. And this is hilarious
Jobin B (jp) wrote: didn't find it funny
Jordi F (kr) wrote: Mi preferida de Almodovar!
Stevie S (jp) wrote: this movie seriously makes me LOL. when Al starts fist pumping the air to the tunes in that S&M club I die every time. funny shit! I totally rock out like that whenever I'm in a gay sex club now
Josh J (kr) wrote: If you compare this to the 1964 film 'Zulu', you realize that its a good compliment, but only okay as a standalone movie. The film is much slower at first than the original, showing a group of British soldiers on the offensive rather than the defensive, at least at first. Normally you'd think this would make it more exciting, or at least equal to the first. But while i was stunned with the final charge in the 1964 film; the scene in this film with the flag being tossed into the river doesn't do it for me. All in all, Zulu Dawn is a fantastic prequel, but only 'okay' as a standalone film. If you didn't like the original Zulu, you wont like this film. But if you're a fan of the original, this is a wonderful compliment.
Augustina S (br) wrote: Does it get any better than Fred and Ginger, whose chemistry is palpable both through their acting and their divine dance sequences?Don't answer that, just watch.
Tim R (us) wrote: A must see adventure!
intuciic (es) wrote: not a bad movie. especially liked the last shot!
Maximus D (ag) wrote: Who knew a movie about overgrown worms could be so damn good!