Jass (Yuvraj Hans) and Velly (Harish Verma) are both college-going boys, who fall in love with Avantika Hundal and Rose (Parul Gulati) respectively. Their odysseys of love make them do many crazy things and finally are compelled to get into the college Bhangra Team. Though they are reluctant to join it in the starting, but eventually become passionate about it. Dutta (B.N. Sharma) does not want them to perform. Their college is sailing in uncertainties of being shut down; a flop show by the Bhangra Team will result in college being locked down. In his attempts to flop the show, he how so ever manages to convince parents of Velly, Jass and his friend, who make sure that their sons do not perform that day by engaging them into some important works. - See more at: http://punjabimania.com/movie-review-burrraahh-punjabi-movie/#sthash.kDUOegab.dpuf
Jass (Yuvraj Hans) and Velly (Harish Verma) are both college-going boys, who fall in love with Avantika Hundal and Rose (Parul Gulati) respectively. Their odysseys of love make them do many crazy things and finally are compelled to get into the college Bhangra Team. Though they are reluctant to join it in the starting, but eventually become passionate about it. Dutta (B.N. Sharma) does not want them to perform. Their college is sailing in uncertainties of being shut down; a flop show by the Bhangra Team will result in college being locked down. In his attempts to flop the show, he how so ever manages to convince parents of Velly, Jass and his friend, who make sure that their sons do not perform that day by engaging them into some important works. - See more at: http://punjabimania.com/movie-review-burrraahh-punjabi-movie/#sthash.kDUOegab.dpuf . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
William H (kr) wrote: I expected there to be like, a gaszillion stars for this thing. Holy cow.
Jeremy W (es) wrote: (?????) is actually pretty more interesting compared the 2004 US film that was based upon. The core is followed down to every story point, the only difference was the acting felt like it just gotten overstrung, but was made up for more involved action thrills. It delivered the same way, but somehow I saw this likeable as well despite some of its silly anecdotes.
Kathryn R (kr) wrote: Life is not at all glamorous for struggling, would-be actors in Hollywood, and everyone has a story. Some of them happen to be more complex, sad, frightening, or cringe-worthy than others'. (I hope George Clooney never sees the documentary, or colours his hair the way Max "Batman" did!)
James H (es) wrote: blech...imagine M. Night and Ed Wood had a child and that child grew up to make this movie...
Scott S (us) wrote: Predictable story but a really sweet movie. I thought the acting was pretty good. It's a happily ever after gay flick. Great rental
Iain K (de) wrote: This film spends it's entire running length screaming "look at how quirky it all is!" and subsequently comes across as cynical and audience pandering as any flag-waving action movie. There are occasional laughs but it's mainly just irritating and smug.
Brad S (kr) wrote: A movie with more promise than it lives up to. Everyone gives fine performances, but the story and character development just don't provide much that's emotionally compelling. Juliette Binoche's character is just confusing and unclear until 2/3 of the way through, which was frustrating as I watched it. And Flora Cross' 11-year old Eliza is not fully believable in her seemingly continual state of pouting and sadness. There doesn't seem to really be anything for her to be that sad about. And the mystical/magical elements in the film just distract from what could have been a more straight forward drama in the hands of a better writer. But the cinematography and editing are interesting as always with films from McGehee and Siegel.
Jamie P (us) wrote: Hands down one of the best stoner movies of all time. If you don't smoke you just wont get some of it.....but if you do you will laugh your butt off!! Great Great movie. Its worth buying because your going to want to watch it more than once.
Hunter R (gb) wrote: honestly I think it was a great movie not the best and certainly not better than the original however in its own right as a sequel speed film it did good. I also love the relationship between Alex and Annie.
Thomas P (us) wrote: Not worth the hype. Too self-engrossed.
Vince K (es) wrote: 2 breakdancin' movies in one week! How lucky am I? Totally great '80s flashback. Why the hell did breakdancing go out of style anyway? It was totally fucking awesome. (I remember it totally died in 1986). There should be breakdancing movies today. Why the hell doesn't Zac Effron and Robert Pattinson do a breakdancing movie? (Because THEY'RE FAGS, that's why). Breakdancing is a very, very manly sport. You never see a woman breakdancing. Anyways, this was a good movie, which brought back a lot of nostalgia for me, until about the middle part when it got too involved. One of the breakers is an artistic graffiti tagger. Graffiti pisses me off, it's disgusting. Whenever I drive through El Mirage to get to Phoenix everything is tagged and it makes me sick. Just because Ramon's graffiti is artistic doesn't make it acceptable for me. He paints all these great murals only to see them over-tagged by some lowlife named Spitz, who tags his name all over them. When Ramon finally confronts Spitz near the end, chasing him down a subway tunnel, he tackles him and they both end on the electric part of the tracks, killing them both. I'm not ashamed to say I laughed my fucking ass off at the death scene. I don't know why, it was just so funny. But I think that brings me to my point that this movie got too involved, and they should have made it more about the breakdancing and the fun, and made it more lighthearted.
Janette L (nl) wrote: one my favroites! classic
Juli N (nl) wrote: Pure Unadulterated Heart Pounding Adrenaline Rush! Non Stop Action that'll grab you by the balls and have you begging for mercy!
Amaterasu W (jp) wrote: The most wonderful stepping movie i have ever seen
Marc M (it) wrote: **** 4 stars. Critics invoke Romeo & Juliet when reviewing this film as some kind of fault with the story. That classic story line has been used often to great effect. Folks need to take this film for what it is. That is, a vampire/werewolf fantasy. I liked the first two films and feel that this one is the best of the trilogy. Non scifi/fantasy critics usually always pan this kind of film. But fans of this genre will like this film.
Devlin C (mx) wrote: I love art and art loves me. This IS ART!
Danilo A (gb) wrote: Fun take on the slasher flicks we've grown to love.