Dhamaal is about four friends; Boman Contractor (Aashish Chaudhary), who lives a wealthy lifestyle with his eccentric dad, Nari (Asrani); dim-witted Manav (Jaaved Jaffrey), his elder brother Adi (Arshad Warsi); and Roy (Ritesh Deshmukh). All four are afflicted by the get-rich-quick virus. Their fortunes take a turn after they accidentally bump into an underworld don Bose (Prem Chopra) whilst he is about to die, who tells them about a hidden treasure in St. Sebastian Garden, Goa including ₹10crores. The group race towards Goa in Nari's stolen car, little knowing that their plans will soon be foiled, albeit hilariously, by Police Inspector Kabir Nayak (Sanjay Dutt), who wants the money at any cost.
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Joon K (jp) wrote: Before you watch it, you have to know why you want to watch it. Your patience comes from that knowledge and serene patience is the only way to watch this movie.
Josh H (fr) wrote: Best film Wood has ever done. Great acting, great story. This is real life die hard futbol fans, absolutely fantastic!
Grant H (jp) wrote: Pretty good movie. Captures some of the so-bad-it's-good feel of the first, with good performances from its cast, especially Marsden and Messner, but the film's main problem is its over usage of CGI and lack of practical effects.
Alex r (ru) wrote: The Leprechaun franchise along with the Puppet master series is probably the worst series in the history of horror. Now this is the sixth entry in this uninspired, boring and above all stupid series of films. This sixth and final entry in the series is just as awful as the rest of the previous films. There's nothing interesting or good on-screen, and this is a pointless waste of time. Like the previous films in the series, this film suffers from a poor plot, a poorly written script, bad acting and bad directing. This film was horrible, and I really don't see why they made a sixth entry in this franchise. Having seen all of the Leprechaun films back in my teens, thinking they would be a fun, great-bad horror film to watch, I was wrong. This series doesn't deliver anything entertaining for the viewer expecting something great to come out of it. The Leprechaun franchise could have been a better series, but instead it was given a half assed treatment and the series failed miserably in my opinion, at least with this last lackluster entry, hopefully the Leprechaun is down on his luck for good. Back 2 Tha Hood is a stupid, poorly written film that is almost too bad to be Straight to DVD level. The cast was horrible and there was nothing, absolutely nothing good about this film. Don't watch this if you're expecting something that's so bad it's good, this isn't even in that category.
Brady P (mx) wrote: I don't really remember this film but I still get up at 7 to watch the 1994 cartoon.
Klaus P (fr) wrote: a well-deserved Oscar. Amazing performance by Max von Sydow (as always)
Igor A (fr) wrote: Paul Newman i Sally Field - odlicen tim!
Bill B (au) wrote: Not as much fun as the others in the series, as you have diminishing returns with any movie franchise, but still an amusing romp nonetheless.The Charles clan is drawn into a mystery after attending an event aboard a gambling ship and we get to see some more Nicky Jr. and Asta cuteness over the course of the film.Worth a look, but doesn't quite measure up to the first handful of films.
Algitya P (it) wrote: The title itself telll us the irony that someone shouldn't handle :(
Carl T (nl) wrote: There is much to like about Fight Club with its style, direction and there both are clever and profound ideas. However, Fight Club requires a critical eye, because it is more nuanced and problematic than people think.
doug b (br) wrote: intense not good for little kids
Josh J (it) wrote: Watchable,but a waste of talent.
Kevin P (es) wrote: Richard Gere is zowaar het hoogte en dieptepunt van The Benefactor, want hij speelt de andere rollen zo van de tafel, maar doet dit in een drama die alleen niet weet wat precies te moeten doen met zijn ellende en emotionele stoornis.
Arenchac G (au) wrote: Why do people like this? Wasting two hours of my life watching this to review it didn't make me question if I was an adult. No. I questioned the so-called fact that I am not a mentally retarded baby for sitting through this.First and foremost...They have autotune in songs they are singing without a microphone. Adding a bit of music that has no in-universe excuse to be there under your song in a movie is a smart decision so you don't have to make your audience listen to someone basically just talk in rhyme. But the autotune? WHY? It makes no sense! I'd be okay if, I dunno, all of the main characters except just one were robots - no, that's literally THE only way I would be okay with that autotune. Then again, maybe they are because these characters are just one-dimensional - they have like three personality traits. Oh, and trying to surprise me by having it turn out that the mummy Cleo was meant to marry was the only other mummy her age we have ever seen that is not part of her family? My god, movie, get a clue. Then again, many similar things can be said for the rest of the trash that is Monster High. Well, it does have one saving grace. It doesn't try to hide that it is terrible, unlike the other trash labeled "Monster High".