Twins (both played by Infante) are separated while very young, one raised as a singer by their widowed mother and another as the heir to one of Mexico's richest families. Their paths cross ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Twins (both played by Infante) are separated while very young, one raised as a singer by their widowed mother and another as the heir to one of Mexico's richest families. Their paths cross ...
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Andrew F (de) wrote: Other than his character of Barney Fife on the Andy Griffith Show; this is Don Knotts at his finest.
Luckee C (ca) wrote: Ritesh is the only one who manages to entertain you throughout the whole film. Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum is a fine film, nothing for children of course, but it is never as good as original Kyaa Kool Hain Hum. The film doesn't have any plot or storyline, just pure fun and dirty jokes and gags. Leave your brains at home for this one! Recommended for those who enjoyed the first Kya Kool Hai Hum! Verdict = Above Average
Alaina Z (nl) wrote: Girl's Boarding School. Homoerotic themes. Obsession and a fall into mental illness. Everything I love in a movie.
Timothy H (ag) wrote: I liked it then I liked it now
Dan H (kr) wrote: It's very silly and dumb, but ultimately is still entertaining and fun. Nick Stahl is easily the best part of the film as Gavin Strick, the smart and paranoid stoner (This may actually be the best role I've seen Nick Stahl in). Katie Holmes does a fine job and is very attractive (and is such as shot), Katherine Isabelle appears in the film (and does fine) well before her horror debut in Ginger Snaps, and Crystal Cass has a small role but gets a brief but hot scene of nudity. William Sadler (aka The Grim Reaper in Bill and Ted's Bogus actor) has a supporting role as the town idiot, but does a good job. As for James Marsden, I've never been a big fan of his but I guess he does ok here. Disturbing Behavior is certainly not a great film, but for what it was (a film about brainwashed/re-prograammed kids who go into fits of murderous rage whenever they get sexually aroused, as I said it's silly) I had a fun time with it and have no problems recommending it.
Pedro A (nl) wrote: Clssico bem porreiro dos filmes de aco de Hong Kong. Puro pulp e exploitation.
Darren B (es) wrote: Who says it's only recently that the studios try to cash-in on original films with numerous sequels. Not really anything wrong with it, but its just a really low budget version of the original.
Kevin M W (ag) wrote: burt lancaster's socially conscious in this making-it-despite-all-the-lousy-breaks (and people)-against-yah pass of time that's as politically correct as the time it was made. thank goodness this society's improved it's relationship with native americans nowadays, yessir!
Brooks B (gb) wrote: Horrible, horrible movie I feel very very sorry for the poor people who's kids dragged them to this absolutely horrid movie. I honestly think this is the worst movie I've seen since shark boy and lava girl. Don't watch please. I usually give movies half a star if it's bad but this um movie (if you can even call it that) doesn't deserve even half a star.
Adam F (ca) wrote: "Shallow Hal" is a mix of a very sweet and earnest love story with a comedy that often doesn't really work. I was won over by the fantasy love element and I do think it has more appeal than it doesn't. The idea that the titular character Hal (Jack Black) is a shallow guy who gets hypnotized into seeing women as they are inside instead of what they look like on the outside. He begins falling in love with Rosemary (Gwyneth Paltrow), a fat woman that has a big heart. Alright, that premise doesn't really make any sense because how could Hal know what people are like on the inside unless he knew them intimately, and unless the hypnosis also messed around with his sense of touch and his strength, there's no way he wouldn't realize that his vision is all kinds of screwed up, but let's just get past that. I feel like there's some good potential for humor with this premise, like if say a hot shot celebrity had an "ugly" sister and Hal confused one for the other, or he was a makeup artist (or even funnier, a plastic surgeon) and he started going crazy with people's faces even though they didn't need it. I'm sure you can come up with some good ideas too. Not a lot of the potential is used here. What we do get plenty of is exactly what you would expect from the premise. Hit or miss jokes about Hal thinking that some ladies are hot while everyone around him stands dumbfounded, fat jokes, and visual gags of seeing beautiful women looking at big clothes or plates full of food and they don't even have the courtesy of coming in quickly enough to build off of each other and make you laugh.What saves the movie, and I would say actually makes it legitimately good is the love plot. As a fine male specimen with impeccable features that regularly has to fight the ladies off with a stick, you might not think that a story about an insecure lady who has been ignore her whole life one day discovering a man that falls head over heels for her would necessarily phase me, but it really did. If you've ever felt like you were judged because of what you looked like on the outside, that part of the movie will really drive home and it will make you smile. This comedy could have dropped the ball badly by handling the hypnotism thing the wrong way, making it feel like Hal is simply tricked into loving her, but without giving away what exactly happens during the conclusion, I felt like it handled that potential problem very well. This could have easily become a tasteless, mean-spirited mess, one that gets its laughs at the expense of "unattractive people" and I'm glad to say that it doesn't. The conclusion really pulls it all together and makes the shaky premise work. Overall "Shallow Hal" isn't of the Farrelly Brothers' funniest film but it probably is their most heartwarming. (On Dvd, November 12, 2012)
Patrick C (mx) wrote: un classique que je viens de revoir... (C)mouvant... quelle belle histoire!