Two womanizing slackers, Omi and Jai (Rakesh Bedi and Ravi Baswani respectively) attempt to woo the new girl in the neighbourhood, and fail - miserably. Their third room-mate, shy, and a bookworm - succeeds, much to their chargin. The two scheme up comical ideas to split the two lovebirds, so that their secrets and humiliation are not revealed
- Stars:Farooq Shaikh, Deepti Naval, Saeed Jaffrey, Rakesh Bedi, Ravi Baswani, Leela Mishra, Vinod Doshi, Ranjan Grewal, Amitabh Bachchan, Rekha, Veeni Paranjape Joglekar, Kamiya, Vinod Nagpal, Kamal Nathani, Partha Rai,
- Director:Sai Paranjape,
- Writer:Sai Paranjape (dialogue), Sai Paranjape (screenplay), Sai Paranjape (story)
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(gb) wrote: Simple and sweet and one of the best pieces of queer cinema I've seen to date.
(it) wrote: Despite the fact that The Island is deeply derivative, it is a copy of decent films and Bay actually mutes his traditional fare a bit here in favor of a slightly more reflective and relatively well acted piece of work that happens to be pretty entertaining on the side. In the grand scheme, The Island isn't great, but it is probably one of Bay's best works and still very watchable.
(us) wrote: HAHAHAHAHATHE GREATEST FILM EVER
(mx) wrote: Oh God, save us from politicians.
(de) wrote: A real poignant film that follows Liesel's adoption and face real adversity during the World War II and her new life in Germany. Liesel grows to love her new family in time and is written in such a heart warming way.
(us) wrote: Pretty good way to portray an abduction scene. I dont know, this movie didn't do it for me, the storyline was horrible, acting was even worse! The aliens set the tone for this movie and is the only reason for my half rating, otherwise this movie gets 1 star--if that.
(br) wrote: This movie was hilarious and a feel good movie with funny raunchy scenes and cheesiness that I was able to overlook. As far as straight to DVD movies go it is top notch, but it obviously doesn't live up to the bar set by American Pie 1 & 2.
(nl) wrote: a decent movie, but not the legend I heard about.
(ag) wrote: I was right. It wasn't that great, but not that horrible either. Having seen the documentary of the same name I know what Alig was like and I think Culkin gives it a good stab, but he's just not a very good actor. The camp approach to this story is both wildly inappropriate and oddly fitting at the same time, but I'm not sure about the mockumentary framing. The direction is all a bit TV movie and there's not much to like here visually except for a reasonably competent recreation of the sorts of costumes they wore, but all in all it's a bit of a mess, story-wise. It works well enough though, and Seth Green is probably the best thing in it as the withering James St. James. Just don't expect some big message.
(mx) wrote: Goodbye South Goodbye is probably my second favorite Hou film. Visually and poetically, this is the best he's done (outside of perhaps the first 3rd of Three Times). There are several scenes where the characters are in transit and those might have been my favorite parts of the entire movie. The cinematography and the music made those scenes perfectly sublime/relaxing. Of course, I always tend to enjoy those types of scenes for some reason. Where this film somewhat faltered was the somewhat confusing first half where it seemed there were too many characters and too much plot involved. It wasn't until the second half that I found myself able to focus on the three main characters, and at that point I found them to be quite interesting. Hou does a fantastic job with this group of misfits, really making it easy to sympathize with the group.
(au) wrote: Videodrome is still relevant after 20+ years, even more so now with the increasing involvement of technology in our daily lives. The overall message is what makes it interesting. Other than that, it is random and weird. The twisted plot is hard to follow and understand.
(nl) wrote: I've seen this. I don't know how to rate it.
(kr) wrote: Very good performers with some equally good writing. Andrew Sisters were terrific.
(us) wrote: Marvelous film! Sternberg and Dietrich are the greatest director & actress collaboration, aside from Bergman & Ullmann. Whoever thinks Dietrich is playing the character as detached isn't familiar with the style of these early pre code films. One would have to have seen many more to fully understand and appreciate their moral standings and storytelling.
(gb) wrote: New Zealand WW2 occult Nazi horror set in a bunker on the Channel Islands. Whilst it doesn't quite live up to the tension built in the first half, it works thanks to an idea not often seen in film, gory effects by Weta Workshop and a short running time. The SS villain speaks very much in a kiwi accent but never mind!
(au) wrote: A good fun family movie. A good true story with some good performances especially the daughter !