Delhi-based Anil Mehra decides to re-locate to Bombay. He is unsure of the location of his workplace, and takes the assistance of Radhika Sharma. She does assist him to find the location. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Anil meets Radhika when searching for his new workplace. This begins a romance, although Radhika eventually discovers he already has a child from a former marriage.
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Dan L (fr) wrote: It has good actors, but didn't use them well. It was somewhat boring, and it has confusing storyline which I found hard to follow. Also, it doesn't have the colour of the Korean movie, some prefer this, but not me. I can feel this film is trying to copy Hollywood's movie producing style, and I know Korean movie with its colour can surpass Hollywood movies. 'Sunflower', 'Old boy', 'The host', they are the examples, great, great films.This is something not many people would care about but to me, their pronunciation of English and German was a bit uncomfortable to listen to.Action scenes and acting were really good tough.Overall, I didn't hate it, but frankly, I can't tell this is a good movie. I think this movie is overrated in Korea.
Nathan C (mx) wrote: Holy Shit! Any Horror movie is far more worth watching than this,This isn't only dissapointing but also it's one of the worst movies of 2011, The acting was garbage, the script was atrocious, the jump scares aren't even effective, the Costume Design is bullshit and fake, the directing was a lazy load of fuck, and the found footage is utterly painful.Good thing there isn't any tomatometer on there i can just hate it as much as i like.Score: 0/10
Julien B (ru) wrote: Cauchemard gore bien crade. Du trash et des culs terreux aux States. Petit film dans la meme veine que le fameux "Wolf creek".
Joetaeb D (ag) wrote: Crass, offensive and unnecessarily cruel, Norbit is tremendous career nadir for star Eddie Murphy in a career full of 'em.
Tasos L (au) wrote: Pretty good film. It's inspired perhaps by "reservoir dogs" and "cube"..
Jay S (mx) wrote: Such a great movie that I can watch over and over
Jacob B (nl) wrote: The action sequences are decent and Tommy Lee Jones & Jim Carrey as Two-Face and The Riddler respectively steal the show. However, the film's toning down and Michael Keaton's absence in the role of Batman make Batman Forever a so-so Batman film no matter how hard Val Kilmer tries.
Vivek A (ag) wrote: Years later when I saw Scarface, I felt I'd seen it somewhere before. Then I remembered oh it was Agneepath. So what came after. Bollywood did a remarkable job adapting.
rick r (kr) wrote: 1975's "Death Race 2000" heralded in my most celebrated guilty pleasure. The total futuristic gore fest dystopia bloodbath films. There are others that should garner more love but for me "Death Race 2000" left the most scarring and fantastical impression. The film gives us a future of cross country racing like no race before. The hit and run becomes a celebrated pass time to appease the masses and bring down the population totals. Points are accumulated and tallied based on pedestrian qualities such as status in society, innocence, health, and all that range between. Things that make our real society focus on proper road edicate are distorted into a festival of cruel brutality. It makes this vision of an unsettled future bizarre and fascinating all while forcing us to question our sensibilities of what is acceptable in society.David Carradine's character is cold and calculative while maintaining his humanity. While most driver's in the movie go for the easy scoring targets he goes for the higher scoring overlooked targets. This makes his character a more likable representation of a Death Racer. This film kept me captivated as a kid with it's cruelty and psychotic transformation of what I considered society consisted of. A set of rules and moralities that allowed for a safe and orderly existence. This movie threw all that out the window and there was no real reason for it other than society had become filled with blood thirsty madmen held high by corporate/government power and influence. The film took everything about the world as we knew it and threw it into the fire to listen to the sizzling of a fired carcass. To this day this movie runs through my mind as I slow for a red light while some one crosses the street. Even entering a hospital or shopping center parking lot brings images of altered metallic beasts souped up with claws and knives of steel jutting from every available point rushing through the car park wiping out those who where to slow to make it inside or into their cars. "Death Race 2000" is a total exploitation of violence and lawlessness that brings the gore. The dialog is minimal and the kills are gruesome. It is a fun ride into an apocalyptic hell where hero's are madmen in hot rods of horror. A great film that is easy to watch, filled with death and brutality. There is even a message about being to content with societal standards. For me this was the movie that made me fall in love with futuristic flicks about a near apocalyptic world where anything goes. Truly one of my most indulged guilty pleasures.
jay n (nl) wrote: Enjoyable if dated, they are still using punch cards to program their computers!, espionage thriller with a solid cast. Caine is cool as ice as the reluctant protagonist casting a jaundiced eye on all the shenanigans going on around him. Francoise Dorleac is a lovely mystery woman although her character seems to vanish at several key points in the film when it feels like she would be there. This might be because she was killed in a traffic accident while the picture was still filming necessitating a rethinking to still make her completed work usable. She's quite magnetic, her resemblance to her sister Catherine Deneuve is striking, and her death cut short a career that was already very successful in France and was starting to expand worldwide. Ed Begley also stands out, having a great time as a crazy old coot. Subtle he ain't but memorable for sure.
Michael L (es) wrote: a solid ending to one of the greatest franchises in history. if you liked one the thin man, you will like them all. not as great as some of the others, but definetely a good way to kill 90 minutes
Michael H (ag) wrote: The images of the interior of the cave with its astonishing artwork are magical as presented in usually very effective 3D. A few of the interviews are useful and enlightening. Some of Herzog's own fanciful leaps, not so much. Fortunately, he stays out of the way most of the time and just lets us enjoy these cave paintings we're unlikely to ever see another way.
Hungry T (nl) wrote: Violent, gritty, intense. It doesn't try to tell any elaborate story, it's just brimming with testosterone, as it should.
Stefan K (au) wrote: Vulgar, immature, ridiculous are some the words I would use to label the greatest Farrelly accomplishment to date. Using puerile humour to attack the audiences humour buds. Also showcasing phenomenal comic performances by Stiller and Dillon.
Emma R (mx) wrote: I loved it, but Rose wasn't that pretty