Govinda plays role of a person who is an easy going person and Priyanka enters his life. He wants to win her over and for this he keeps making one after another mistake. In order to impress her, he tells many lies and she starts hating him. This film is remake of successful Tamil film "Priyamudan" directed by Vincent Selva. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Dailiesel M (jp) wrote: GREAT SLOW ACTION MOVIE ,MEJOR QUE LA PRIMERA CONTINUE TO MORE MOVIE GREAT JOOB
Matthew S (ru) wrote: Carlen Altman and Alex Ross Perry give enjoyable performances and the film is at its best when the screen is left to just the two of them. Perry's film is very much a victim of the limited budget, but there is just enough manic energy from he and his leading actress to bump the entire film far above where one expects it to be. In many ways "The Color Wheel" is a charming movie about two very unlikeable and annoying people. The unpleasantness of this road trip is the key reason that makes it worthwhile. You would not want to hang out with these two bickering siblings, but watching them is surprisingly fun.
Paul D (ca) wrote: A decent looking lower budget horror, but there's a lot of the unexplained left unexplained and it's both frustrating and disengaging for it.
Eric C (jp) wrote: I watched this because I thought the 1925 version was really well done - but 35 years of filmmaking and effects technology later, and we get this?!? Why not do stop motion animation and create a passable dinosaur? Instead, we're treated to an epic battle between a kimodo dragon with platelets pasted on it's back and an alligator with horns. Ughhh. Although it did look like they were really attacking each other, which was interesting. It gets two stars because the acting wasn't bad.
chandan s (ru) wrote: this a good light hearted movie.... if u can appreciate Hindi.... it has cgi ripped off from most of de good hollywood n brit films (harry potter n de like) but its not bad at all.... :)
Kevin M W (es) wrote: Really got a kick out of this moralist Western starring two Irish lads in a cross country chase for blood. The opening sequences are among the best ever filmed treating the sheer terror and adrenaline rush of an out-and-out chase, and are nearly silent the whole time, such is the high action quotient. Lots of beauty nature shots to offset the ugly of man stuff too. Limps a little at the end when its time for the moral but that's okay.
Bruno C (us) wrote: One of my favorite movies of all time, perfect acting and perfect directing.
Gavin M (ru) wrote: This is without a doubt in my mind the greatest sports movie ever made. I know a lot of people will say "Remember the Titans" is the best sports movie and I will agree on that, but there is something about "Friday Night Lights" that just sticks out when you watch it. It's a very emotional, engaging and very straight forward football movie that tells it for what it really is and that is why I love this movie. And it's mostly due to the fact that Billy Bob Thorton is so good as the coach of the Odessa, Texas, high school football team the Permian High Panthers. "Can you be perfect?" That's the question Billy Bob asks his players in the middle of preseason training. That they are in the business of protecting their town and that they will, WILL make the state playoffs...and win! The confidence and the pressure hits you automatically when Billy Bob delivers that speech to his team out in the football field that beautiful afternoon just before the season kicks off and all the media is their watching, studying every player because in Texas, football is life. It's more than life, it's a religion. To not be able to play football in that Texas town is the greatest sin known to man if you did not participate in that great sport that they endure so much. It's just crazy to think how much that state is obsessed with football and that it is important, no I'm sorry, it is REQUIRED that you win state and get that fancy ring that pretty much everyman in Texas wears on their finger because that team is proud and defensive of the fact that they are the perfect football team. The scene that really sticks out to me is when Bill Bob is coming out of the flee market with his wife and daughter and as they are crossing over to the parking lot towards their car they are stopped by two Texas gentlemen, both who are heavily invested in their team and literally inform Billy BoB to just go out their and get it done, and by that I mean WIN. Billy Bob then tells the two that he knows what they are saying and that he wants it just as bad as they all due, but tries to point out that the team they are up against for the championship which is the Dallas Carter football team are literally some big and tough fellas, no joke. But then the driver with the mustache and cowboys hat says to him "Yea, well...we're a pretty tough team too couch." That just says it all that they are not intimidated and will not take no for an answer so just go get it done because they then inform him when Billy Bob speaks up and says "Or else what?" They are almost dumfounded when he says that and just say back to him "Or else what? I mean, that would look pretty bad for you coach so just get it done alright?" You can see they are not a team that takes losing lightly and the pressure Billy Bob is facing with that I can only begin to imagine how extreme it must be to be the head coach of that Texas town. What really strikes me too is the score for the film, it really hits your heart listening to it as it just sounds so beautiful listening to it that you want to go out on get the soundtrack for it as it fits perfectly with the movie. I am by no means a huge sports fan, in fact I am not a sports fan at all. I am the guy that drifts while watching sports because I just can never connect with them the way I do with movies and that's okay, I've excepted that. But it doesn't mean I know a good sports movie when I see one.
Wesley W (es) wrote: Boring, almost put me to sleep.
Douglas C (nl) wrote: my favorite war film, war isnt honor war is duty and duty sux
Pamela D (it) wrote: A bizarre and funny Aussie horror gross-out, with Vince GIll, the Night Rider from Mad Max. Sort of an an outback Texas Chainsaw Massacre crossed with The Stuff.
Cyril P (nl) wrote: Il faudrait que je le revoie mais j'en garde un excellent souvenir.
Lenny R (au) wrote: The underwarter battle at the end is a little confusing (even with the clearly defined 'good guy' and 'bad guy' wetsuits) and goes on a bit long. Also, the opening sequence, in which Bond battles a foe who is posing as as his own 'widow' at a fake funeral, and then escapes via jetpack, is...well, stupid. But apart from that, this is one of the greats. The photogenic Bahamas location helps out a lot, but Connery also gives his best performance, aided by a killer script (including one-liners that actually induce laughter rather than eye-rolls) and Terence Young's direction. Largo is a little boring as Bond villains go, but the 'girls' (played by Claudine Auger, Luciana Paluzzi, Martine Beswick and Molly Peters) are all outstanding, and are all (with the possible exception of Beswick's Paula Catlan) well-defined, unique characters. Fiona Volpe remains my favourite Bond villainess. Rik Van Nutter is one of the more memoarble Felixes (Felices?). Tom Jones's theme song is pretty stupid (in what way exactly does Thunderball strike? Surely, Thunderball would just be the sound created when Lightningball strikes, yes? But then, I'm not positive Lightningball is actually a thing.) but J Barry makes it catchy. I'm not a big boats guy, but the Disco Volante is pretty cool. Forget Never Say Never Again; watch the superior original.
Matthew B (ru) wrote: There is nothing groundbreaking about this movie, but it does have some very fine acting. Especially for Judy Garland. The movie is also well directed; well filmed; and well written. I know its not a Christmas movie, but it does leave you that Christmas feeling. "Meet me in St. Louis" is like anyone is relaxing on a picnic, and enjoying its atmosphere as we want to have fun time. I enjoy it for what is, and I do recommend this movie.
Greg A (kr) wrote: A retrospective of early 1970's drug culture in North America in the most stylish way possible.
Greg W (it) wrote: good story about life under the golden haze of booze
Elliott B (it) wrote: Not even finished with it yet, but Top Gun and the like have absolutely nothing on this amazing piece of work, that truly deserved to be the first Best Picture.
Syawan Y (ca) wrote: Excellent movie. It portrays about how surprising and unpredictable one's journey in life could be. This movie also shows the beauty of the 'non mainstream' side of Manhattan which is very unique. It plays with audience's emotions in a subtle but very genuine way. Soundtrack fits perfectly to the scene and emotion that the characters are going through. It's hard to describe with words but this movie really touched my inner soul.