Suraj Saxena (Arjun Rampal) lives in a remote hill station in India with his dad (Om Puri), mom (Smita Jaykar), and sister, Asha (Amita Nangia). One day he meets with Kiran Choudhary (Diya Mirza), who has come on holiday trip with a group of girls. He offers to show her around and they fall in love with each other. Suraj is unable to see her home by the train as his dad has chest pains and has to be rushed to hospital. But Suraj is unable to get Kiran out of his mind and heart. After his sister get's married, the family decide to relocate to Bombay, where Suraj enlists in College and makes several new friends, as well as becomes a popular football player. He eventually meets Kiran and both renew their romance.
Suraj Saxena (Arjun Rampal) lives in a remote hill station in India with his dad (Om Puri), mom (Smita Jaykar), and sister, Asha (Amita Nangia). One day he meets with Kiran Choudhary (Diya ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
tommy j (ag) wrote: cool movie whoo is a grate director
Lex J (kr) wrote: I'm an avid F1 fan, and through my eyes, Senna (2011) is not a very educational documentary. I didn't learn about Senna's techniques, training, methods, philosophies. Kapadia has emphasized Senna's humility and popularity, even though these traits have nothing to do with racing. From the style I can deduce, Senna's not my favorite F1 driver; he simply drives as fast as he can. His dream is F1, like every single driver in the grid, but his sacrifices aren't as great as Lauda's. His strategy is less than Prost. His recklessness is less than Hunt. In this documentary, I learned that Senna is only the 'good boy' of racing, not the best.
Oliver E (jp) wrote: My only complaint is that they could have delved into each verse of the bible that supposedly disputes homosexuality and how it is being misinterpreted. But they did cover most of them, I believe.
Karissa C (ag) wrote: It's okay. A bit boring. But, you know, sometimes fun is overrated. :)
Tony B (jp) wrote: Stupid, avoid watching.
Michael T (ca) wrote: Deliberately-paced with a soul-searching Maklovich performance.
Amanda W (ag) wrote: Gritty and powerful, Ellen Page's young Hayley will both break your heart and fundamentally shake you. The direction and cinematography certainly succeed in eliciting suspense, but it's the writing which will stick with you. Unforgettable and empowering, Hard Candy will make sure you never look at little girls the same way - and in the case of some people, that's clearly a good thing.
Alan W (mx) wrote: I don't really like that short. It has a ridiculos Story and isn't that Funny. The Characters are annoying too. The Animation are good and the Sound too.
Vessela D (us) wrote: Great movie - beautiful and touching...:) I simply loved its atmosphere and the actors were perfect too... :)
Remi L (gb) wrote: Your typical, run-of-the-mill black chick-flick. It was only okay =/
Heather M (us) wrote: The movie wherein Jesus Christ plays the part of Darth Vader's father.
Jonathon P (kr) wrote: Not a bad 1st movie at all Nolan!! There's even a Batman nod before he even directed it. Crazy.
MarieBella C (ru) wrote: A charming dark and funny film which benefits greatly by amazing performances and musical numbers.
E L (fr) wrote: There's a certain level of creativity to Bottle Rocket (1996), something that no filmmaker today can quite match.
Tim D (it) wrote: This had me laughing throughout for how corny it is. Isaac Hayes is always fun to see.
La Shae L (it) wrote: funny film...yet you can relate a little bit...
blackie a (gb) wrote: its a funny cartoon vampire movie
Richard D (ca) wrote: One of the greatest ensemble acting films of the early 60s ... Burt Lancaster, Karl Malden, Thelma Ritter, Neville Brand, Telly Savalas, Edmond O'Brien, Hugh Marlowe, Whit Bissell ... and despite being a highly fictionalized depiction of Robert Stroud, manages to make a good case for what's wrong about the modern prison system.
Greg W (nl) wrote: 'the shop around the corner re-made as a musical.
Tim W (es) wrote: What a bizarre, dark, yet fascinating film. It's about a 35-year old man who's never left his apartment because his mother's told him the air is poisonous. In the film, he finally gets out and experiences society (and other people) for the first time.