Delhi-based Sonia agrees to deliver a package for Vladimir Dragunsky and asks her rather unkempt and debt-ridden fiancé, Tashi Malhotra, to do it for her. Tashi, in turn, asks one of two of his room-mates, Arup. But Arup forgets to do so due to an upset stomach ailment commonly known as 'Delhi Belly' as well as his plan to blackmail their landlord, Manish and asks the third roommate Nitin to deliver the package. A gangster, Somayajulu, who was the recipient of this package, starts by brutally questioning Vladimir, and finds out that the package may be in the possession of the trio. While Tashi must deal with his attraction for Journalist Menaka and incur the wrath of her husband, Rajiv, he still has to fully come to terms whether or not he wants to marry Sonia. And the entry of ruthless Somayajulu and his gang seriously jeopardizes any plans Tashi and his friends may have for the future.
Three unsuspecting, average guys find themselves on the hit list of one of India's most-powerful crime syndicates. Will they be able to get away before the 's#!t hits the roof' and it comes crashing down? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Facu S (kr) wrote: Un lindo drama, aunque tiene un final predecible, tiene dialogos profundos, que dejan un lindo mensaje.Muy linda para ver..
Steve S (mx) wrote: a very odd and slightly entertaining collection of short films. ranging from the bizarre to the downright depressing, this film invoke a whole range of subtle emotion. an interesting watch
Mohammed A (es) wrote: It's good horror movie
Dillon L (jp) wrote: If you read my reviews, you know I'm not too keen on straight-to-DVD sequels. Even the title is awful! At least the first one had Robin Williams in it.
Simeon M (mx) wrote: A solid addition to the western genre.
Dawn M (gb) wrote: Isabella Rossellini is so beautiful in this film and Ted Danson is actually charming in his own quirky way. The chemistry between them is palpable. Each character in this film has a strong role and is perfectly cast and executed. It's worth a watch if you like romance comedy at all.
Anthony V (au) wrote: I know now I have a soul, because this film tore it out. Engrossing, deeply touching and after seeing it, you feel as if you were a resident of Rome. A must see for fans of Italian cinema.
Isaac B (us) wrote: Bruce Almighty is pure fun. The constant religious references and humor are very well placed and give its comedy factor a boost. Don't worry, the jokes in this film are funny for non-religious people (maybe even especially for non-religious people) as the plot line deals with the classic ups and downs of its protagonist as it should. "What would you do if you had the power of God?" Is the overpowering theme of this movie and I have to say the "everyday" protagonist Bruce answers those questions perfectly. I also have to give a nod to the creativity factored into the idea of the role of playing God. The thought of putting this power in a humans control and seeing how he deals with it makes this movie a success on its own. Lastly for the pros, Morgan Freeman as God... perfect. On the con side, this movie does have its faults. I know many people who find Jim Carrey's humor to be a bit too much and hard to watch at times which may definitely occur to those same people if they decide to watch this film. It's goofy, silly, and classic Carrey humor. Also this movie does not handle the core relationship of Carrey and Aniston very well. When it seems as though Aniston would never forgive him, one minute later she is back in love for the convenience of the story. No one likes when unrealistic romance such as that occurs to "make the audience happy" and "end on an uplifting note". Give us viewers a bit more credit.Besides that, this is a fun movie and on Netflix at the moment which makes it the perfect time killer.
Paul D (fr) wrote: Enjoyable teen summer romp.
Jesse M (br) wrote: L watch the movies it was good movie but there a few of every catlistic are talked about few remember alien are exposed avoid object.
Phillip S (us) wrote: Once you have the only character, and a child no less, that we might actually care about shooting a dog I'm out.