The Verma family consists of Mrs. Verma, the mother; Anil, the son; and a daughter named Vinnie. Anil loves Shobha, and hopes to marry her someday. While Vinnie loves Rakesh and also hopes to marry him someday too. Shobha and Rakesh both work for JK, a multi-millionaire industrialist. Anil has to goes overseas for a year to better his prospects. He promises to stay in touch with Shobha. However, after a year when Anil returns he finds that Vinnie and Rakesh have married, and is heart-broken to find that Shobha had married JK. Dejected but not beaten, he marries another girl by the name of Sona, but is unable to get Shobha out of his mind. Sona resents this, and one day follows him, and finds him in bed with none other than Shobha.
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Hugh J (de) wrote: Finally saw this and it sort of lived up to the hype. David Boreanaz was pretty badass, although I don't think he was able to pull off the bandana. Caroline Dhavernas was friggin' gorgeous a good portion of the time, plus she even showed some awesome side boob. Amanda Walsh was also really good. Her character was kind of needy and clingy most of the time but she was never outright annoying. Holly Lewis, I didn't like so much. I don't know, compared to the other two girls, she didn't really have anything going for her. The whole catholic, baseball loving schtick didn't add anything to the movie save for a few lines, she wasn't that hot to begin with and I didn't really find her funny (what the fuck was the point of seeing her pee?). Besides that, I totally dug the flick. It had a couple of hot chicks, Boreanaz being all pimp and a couple of good jokes here and there (loved the bit with the letter being thrown out of the car). Where the film lost me, though, was the end. Suddenly, it just decided to go Murphy's Law on me and I didn't enjoy anything after that. Gruber and Donny were fucking annoying as hell. One's semi-retarded and fucked up Keith's plan and the other did nothing for the entire movie but be a dumbass then calls Boreanaz an asshole. What the fuck? On top of that, the whole montage where it shows what happened to everyone pissed me off. The fucking girls are the ones who extended the cheating sessions when he tried to cut them off but only Keith gets punished for it? That's bullshit. They kept trying to make Keith the bad guy cause he's cheating on his wife but that doesn't make the girls innocent. They fucking sought him out and blackmailed him. They should've gotten some backlash too. I also didn't like the little hint at the end that Dhavernas was gonna fuck her ugly professor. Seriously, they couldn't get a decent looking guy to play the professor? The guy's head didn't even match his body. I mean, I liked the flick but damn, that was a terrible ending. Still, I'm a fan of Caroline Dhavernas now so it was worth it.
Michael L (jp) wrote: A much stronger film than it's usually given credit for - warm, funny and emotionally engaging, Once Upon a Time in the Midlands weaves an unlikely tale of an old fashioned battle for the heart of a fair maid of Nottingham. Iffans and Carlyle are presented as polar opposites - both flawed, both pathetic that are presented as good and bad through the eyes of daughter Marlene. Like Sommerstown and This is England, Meadows unsentimentally presents the key character as the child - rather than the gritty poorism if Leigh, Meadows relies on story rather than grit for it's own sake. Great cameos, soundtrack, Sierra and set pieces. Underrated.
Craig C (ag) wrote: Not a bad movie, especially the best part of the ocean liner 'Corona Queen' heads to the bermuda triangle. Those are one of my favorite parts of the movie.
Kevin C (us) wrote: Another solid film from David Mamet. A cop procedural painted with the darkness and desperation of a noir. Great characters too.
Kaylor M (es) wrote: This has to be my favorite movie of all time. I would say its the Japanese equivalent of Snatch, but much better. Basically a gangster comedy.
Andrew P (jp) wrote: It was designed to shock you. I wasn't shocked because me and my friends were pretty much the kids in the movie, so it's was pretty boring.
Ana M (nl) wrote: Tan bizarra, pero tan genial... Y con un Johnny tan chiquito!!
Mark L (ag) wrote: One of the greatest con movies ever made.
Richard R (br) wrote: An extraordinary, compelling film that deserves to be seen over and over again. Jean-Pierre Marielle is outstanding as the 17th Century composer Sainte Colombe. An immense soundtrack too.
Matt H (ca) wrote: This movie touches your heart in a way that is totally unexpected and it's such a great story and easily Charlie Sheen's finest acting ever.
Dave R (it) wrote: sooooo~ bad - but one of those so-bad-it's-good movies. 80s B-movie about ninjas with a poltergeist/exorcist twist. horrible dialogue, bad acting, and just an all-around cheesy look to it. if you're in the right mood it's fun.
Dennis S (it) wrote: I love 80s slashers but this is awful. It's definitely not the worst though.
F S (br) wrote: This film kept me captivated, however, it left me wanting more on the psychological side of explanation. It was a bit too shallow. But not a bad film, as I said, it does keep you interested.
Preston L (us) wrote: Slumdog Millionaire was the best picture winner in 2009. It tells the story of Jamal Malik (Dev Patel) a contestant on the Indian version of Who Wants To Be a Millionaire?. He is one question away from the grand prize when he is arrested for cheating. He then explains to the police how his hard and complicated life gave him the answers and how it is all leading him to finding his destiny.Things I Liked:Dev Patel. Patel is a fantastic actor and his performance in this is proof of that. He carries himself with all this loss and pain and weight of someone who has grown up in hardship and has constantly been forced to fight for everything in his life. He holds his own, especially for being 18 when the movie was made.The Structure. The way they set up the story and move from moment to moment is very interesting and unique.The movie has a trivia question happen, and then shows how Jamal knows the answer through a flashback. It really makes the movie much more interesting and helps focus on specific moments in Jamal's life.Things I Didn't Like:The Plot. The movie's plot is structured in such a way that it doesn't really get to fruition for a majority of the movie and it really ends with some very generic and uninteresting moments. And it feels forgettable even during the process of watching the movie. It's a fine and simple story but nothing special.Overall:Overall the movie is fine and interesting but it falls short of fantastic. It has a unique way of story telling and strong lead performance but it falls short of leaping off the screen and making a lasting impression. I found the movie good but not great and it is not one I am clamoring to go back and see again in the near future.
Ben H (us) wrote: Another reason to love Mike Myers...this one's essential...must see!