On a break from his pushy girlfriend, a male falls for the sister of his employer. Based in Malad West, Mumbai, Sameer lives a middle-classed lifestyle along with his live-in rather pushy girlfriend, Shikha, who constantly questions and nags him several times during the day. He is employed with a Bollywood film distribution firm owned by Rajan Mehra. When Shikha decides to visit her family in Indore, he is relieved and decides to live it up. Things look up for him when Rajan hires his gorgeous sister, Sanjana, to work with him. Both soon become close, and she accepts his proposal for marriage despite of being aware that he is in a relationship. Watch what impact this news has on Shikha.
Brett B (de) wrote: A comprehensive - but ultimately flawed and unsatisfying - look at the eclectic career of one of cinema's more under-appreciated filmmakers. The real pleasure of this documentary is hearing De Palma talk about his own work, and watching as the film takes us from project to project serves as a reminder of just how interesting, exciting, and deeply idiosyncratic his filmography truly is. Just on that level alone, as a kind of montage-y tribute to his movies, DE PALMA is worth a look... but the documentary has a major issue: De Palma himself is an engaging enough subject, but the decision to walk through his entire filmography (literally every one of his features is touched upon) in only 100+ minutes just left me wanting more. With each film only getting a handful of minutes, I can't help but think that a NEVER SLEEP AGAIN/CRYSTAL LAKE MEMORIES approach (even just on a home video version) would have been far more satisfying. To put it another way, most the people who would sit down and watch DE PALMA are likely either big fans of his work or big-time cinephiles in general, and in either case, these are people who would likely have no problem consuming a three-to-four hour, truly exhaustive look at De Palma's movies. I mean, you know there had to be hours of interview footage that could have been usable, but Baumbach and Paltrow clearly felt compelled to keep it at a sub-two-hour running time.
Stevens L (gb) wrote: I expected to see an action movie, but at the end I was a bit disappointed... The fighting scenes are ok but it was not enough to make this movie entertaining, some scenes were somehow longish...
Brandon R (kr) wrote: Hilariously bad yet entertaining, AVN has some great over the top action and bad acting that makes this a very fun movie
Andrew L (de) wrote: From the co-director of Infernal Affairs brings you 3 good friends who are police officers to track down a greedy businessman controlling the stock market. Great performances by Sean Lau, Louis Koo and Daniel Wu who really brought the story together and the build up of character relationships. What a way to kill off the main characters at the end.
Leslie C (ca) wrote: Acting wasn't that great but it was a nice movie.
John O (ru) wrote: Yes what a great movie It wasn't as bad as I first thought I love the directional of this movie and how will it was thought out It was more drama then horror very will written and the shock ending was awesome
Daniel D (es) wrote: Chide me all you like, but I enjoyed this film. I think one can learn quite a bit from this one, although it definitely is no classic.
Sophia C (kr) wrote: again its JLO WHAT IS NOT TO LOVE
Anthony A (au) wrote: Not great, not terrible. Just a middle of the road crime story.
Jey A (br) wrote: What are we teaching the children?!?!?!?! >_>"
Fernando C (ag) wrote: I saw this movie while I was traveling from vacations to home, and I fell asleep like 10 times,...so the moral is: dont see it while you are traveling
Kevin O (nl) wrote: A bad and good movie in the same time
gary t (fr) wrote: wow ummmm just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch......its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie....i think that laura linney, philip seymour hoffman (.R.I.P.), philip bosco, peter friedman, david zayas (from the brilliant tv series the following), play good roles/parts thorughout this movie......i think that the director of this comedy/drama movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie......i think that philip bosco was brilliant throughout this movie......i think that this is such a really sad movie 2 watch but its such a brilliant movie 2 watch.......i think that this is such a really well written/acted/directed movie 2 watch.......i think that philip seymour hoffman was brilliant thorughout this movie........i think that this is such a great movie 2 watch......its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie......i think that this is such a really sad movie 2 watch its such a brilliant movie 2 watch i think that this is such a brilliant movie 2 watch its got a great cast thorughout this movie i think that this is such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch its such a really well directed movie 2 watch its such a brilliant movie 2 watch with a good cast throughout this movie......i think that this is such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch......its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie......i think that this is such a brilliant movie 2 watch its got a good cast thorughout this movie.........i think that this is such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch its got a great cast throughout this movie its such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie.......
Joel H (ag) wrote: Burnt Offerings is like a lesser version of the Amityville story. It has its creepy moments, but, for the most part, it slowly plods along in a predictable manner, with the audience staying two steps ahead of the characters. However, Oliver Reed and Bette Davis give excellent performances and I feel this fits right in with other classic haunted house movies.
Jim P (ru) wrote: A nostalgic trip for me, as this was one of those movies I stayed up to see on a Friday night when I was young. While the idea was good (astronauts land on the moon only to find that someone had been there 60 yrs before!), the film gets bogged down with typical early 60's "zaniness" and goes downhill from there. While there are some bright spots, including a small bit by the wonderful character actor Miles Malleson and a Bernard Hermann score, a nice conception pretty much gets wasted. Too bad Charles Schneer didn't take this as seriously as he did with Jason and the Argonauts or 7th Voyage of Sinbad...
Dyna H (it) wrote: Entertaining, funny. Worth the watch.
Steve S (jp) wrote: Amusing to a point, but disjointed and disappointing. Amy Ryan and Jemaine Clement come off best. Unfortunately the movie falls apart towards the end.