Punjab-based Satkar Kaur initially resents fellow-collegian Sahibdeep Singh, believing that he won a number of competitions by resorting to unfair means, but eventually falls in love with him. When her sister, Amrita, invites her to visit London, she does so, and is introduced to Sharandeep, who loves her. Satkar is thrilled when she finds out that Sahibdeep also has re-located there and has taken up singing as a career. She looks forward to meeting him but faces heartbreak when she finds out that he has a gorgeous girlfriend, Raman Kaur, the only daughter of aspiring politician, Bikramjit Singh; while back home Sahibdeep's father, Arjun, faces trauma and humiliation of losing their family home due to unpaid debt
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Arsala P (jp) wrote: The beginning was so amazing and relatable! It was all so magical, I thought it was gonna be an awesome movie UNTIL... until she actually stepped through that magical door. The 'magical world' was less magical and more...well, stupid. It was more like a candyland than anything. And the dance, oh the stupid, cringe-worthy dance! :D Lol. (It had the same kind of cringe-worthy dance moves as 'Princess and the Popstar' had.)Anyway, if we don't count the beginning(which was awesome), it was an 'ok' movie.
Ryan J (kr) wrote: Geneticist moves to Germany after his newborn son dies from a rare genetic mutation and his wife leaves him. He reunites with a former intern and gets involved in the breakthrough science that she is trying to move forward with. Another colleague is doing some shady things at night and he gets involved. Not a bad drama, a little boring and slow but it has its moments and the last 15 minutes is good, definitely has some decent ideas. Director though is someone to keep an eye on.
Eric C (es) wrote: Thoroughly enjoyable with little to no actual substance.
Audrey T (it) wrote: i wanted to see this film at the film fest but i mized it. n i saw it at the bc sunday last week. i was thking it wld b nice to see chinese ppl struggling in the sino-japanese relations in the war time n also in his own faith n career aspirations. the cinematography was great, but i dun reli like the story so i wldnt like the film vy much. the quest for faith is long in a life but i'd like to hv a direction. if u rely all ursef in else thgs other than ursef, a hobby or a cult religious group, ur nt hving ur own direction n its ec to get lost n the faith quest. i'd like to do thgs more +vely.
John R (kr) wrote: made by douche bag for douche bags about douche bags. I can't imagine anyone actually liking this except Kid Rock and Dog the Bounty Hunter.
Justin T (br) wrote: Quite stylish and actually surprisingly good. A well told story with great cinematography. This is before De Palma started to put out stinkers (or maybe towards the beginning of when, anyway)
Robbie V (nl) wrote: A pretty decent intriguing thriller if occasionally implausible.
Kevin L (ag) wrote: It's so bad, that it almost comes full circle and becomes good. I couldn't recommend it to anyone, but any movie that has the line, "You're the s**t-stain on the panties of life!" has to have some redeeming qualities, doesn't it?
Brian B (mx) wrote: Platoon is often cited as one of the most realistic war films ever made. It's about the true experiences Oliver Stone had in the Vietnam war. It shows war on different levels including men from the same side turning on each other. It has a lot of power because of this and it gives it an emotional aspect. This movie has a lot of heavy material and is sometimes hard to watch at times. The violent battles show the soldiers getting transformed into killing machines after many frightening experiences and close calls they have. The movie both looks and sounds amazing. I really like the film's score. When it's played, it really helps us get immersed in the scenes due to the notes and beats in it. Sure, some of their choices of actors are a bit questionable like putting Charlie Sheen in an emotional role but I didn't seem to mind it that much because they played the roles with such great emotion and power that it didn't seem to bother me. This is a great war film and it will be remembered throughout the ages. It's unforgettable, violent, sad, and moving.
Ted W (kr) wrote: Daniel and mr. Miygui are back in Los Angeles and are good, no need for another movie but now mr. Silver try's to make Daniel fight once more. Daniel will face the cobras one last time. Ok movie, the director could have made this movie in just one movie but he wanted to make more money.
Andrew M (us) wrote: You, Me and Dupree is somewhat funny. I will say that this movie had its funny moments, but it didn't seem like this movie was that good. The trailer to this movie made me want to see the actual movie because I thought it was going to be good, but it was not. This is one of Owen Wilson's worst movies yet. The plot of the movie was okay. I would somewhat suggest this movie.
Kean C K (jp) wrote: B- (83%) movie. Blue-ray Disc.