For Heather music is everything. Following in her mother's footsteps, Heather has always dreamed about getting into Juilliard and becoming a classical pianist. But all her dreams get shattered the day her mum dies. Left with nothing but a piano and debts, Heather's only option is to move in with her estranged father and half-brother. When her application for a scholarship is rejected, Heather's last hope to see her Big Dream come true is swept away. Until one day she meets Toby, a hip and handsome music store owner who opens up a whole new world to her - the world of DJ-ing and dance music. Heather is carried away by this enticing underground world, and her heart starts to beat again to the rhythm of a new life - and a new love. Heather eventually finds herself torn between two worlds of music and as her audition approaches, time comes for her to choose. And for the first time in her life she starts questioning what it is that she really desires.
An Emmy-nominated coming-of-age story that takes us on an inspiring journey through music, featuring a 19-year old girl torn between a career as a classical pianist and the enticing world of DJing. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jasrick J (de) wrote: Lalchand (anupam kher), KD (annu kapoor), Pinky (piyush) are three oldies who are keen to have some spice in life and they go to Mauritius for a vacation. They rent the house of the young and sexy beauty Aahana (lisa haydon) and fall for her. Meanwhile, Aahana goes through a breakup and she wants to end her life but there she sees her favorite star Akshay Kumar (akshay) shooting. The three oldies decide to win Aahana??s heart by introducing her to Akshay. What happens from there forms the rest.The director has come up with a hilarious storyline and while the presentation was rich, the narrative was quite absorbing. The dialogues were well written. The script was above average and the screenplay made it lot better. The background score was melodious and three songs were worth watching. Cinematography was the main strength to this film. Editing was crisp. Costumes were well designed to suit the royalty while the art department was majestic. Anupam Kher was at his best once again while Annu Kapoor was excellent, Piyush Mishra was perfect. Lisa Haydon was smoking hot and performed well. Akshay Kumar was the surprise package with impressive act. The rest did their bit as required.The film is the remake of the yesteryears hit of the 80s and true to the original, it stood well. The first half goes about with elements of comedy, some glamour and well narrated layering of the plot. The interval bang was interesting and the second half had enough share of fun moments. Overall, this is a film which is somewhat offbeat but it had those situations which really tickle your funnybone. Overall an enjoyable comic fare, laced with hilarious moments, the film is made on sensitive topic, but nots vulgar at all. Recommended. 3.25/5* or 6.5/10
Gina F (es) wrote: Awesome. If you want to sell a scripit, go watch this. Just excellent stuff.
Bitten N (us) wrote: Quite funny.. and I love Jeremy Piven!!
Ben C (es) wrote: This is an interesting film. It's about a guy who lives in a place that buys and sells props for movies. He's a very reserved person, yet very talented with props. He receives advice from hallucinations of talking props and will stop at nothing to get the props he needs.
Jess F (mx) wrote: I loved watching the relationship between young Ruth and Lena and learning what became of them after they were separated. I also love WWII films, so that was definitely a plus.
David B (mx) wrote: brendan gleeson has big mop chop sidebuns in this 1 and his name is bunny kelly what more do you want...?
Tom T (au) wrote: would give it a one and 1/2 but had some good effects and i like rob zombie, wasnt feeling this though
Mai F (us) wrote: Wanna know how politics is played, start with this movie!