Dil Apna Aur Preet Parai
A rich girl marries a doctor. Differences crop up between the two and starts to snowball wherein she returns to her father's house. Months later she returns only to find he is in love with a nurse.
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Lesley G (it) wrote: Everyone loves Tetris, and the super Tetris players are loveable as well.
Gerry W (kr) wrote: Completely awful acting
Amber N (ca) wrote: best movie i love Justin Bieber
Timothy F (jp) wrote: Steve James makes some of the most moving documentaries out there, and this is no exception. At times heartbreaking, at other times upsetting, this is an incredibly unique film.
Russell S (gb) wrote: With perfect casting, staging and hugely entertaining musical numbers, it's hardly surprising that what we end up with is a timeless classic that just works on every level.
Joseph B (ru) wrote: For a kids movie I laughed so many times it was amazing. Kids going into space giant flying turtle aliens and a momster that throws ninja stars out of its head. I'm going to watch this again with friends they are going to love this.
Jennifer C (es) wrote: There was murder most foul, but it was a production most brilliant. With two power houses behind its production (The Royal Shakespeare Company and the BBC) and two brilliant Shakespearean actors (David Tennant and Patrick Stewart) it is impossible to ruin such a grand tale.David played the part perfectly (and attractively). His madness smacks a bit of the Tenth Doctor at first but the viewer soon separates herself from that and takes the character on his own merits. As to Hamlet's grief and struggle it was so well defined that he could have conveyed the torment just as with half as many lines.The costumes were traditionally contemporary and the use of mirrors and CC TV cuts to enhance the reflections of truth in the midst of all the spying was brilliant.Best production of (Hamlet) I have ever seen.
Matt N (ru) wrote: I despised almost every character in this movie!Indeed I remember a real life counterpart of almost all of them from my own school days!So I think it's fair to say the movie did what it set out to do uncannily well!
Pablo B (jp) wrote: Yeah, I liked it, SUE ME.
Brett H (ag) wrote: They Came Together is an OUTRAGEOUSLY funny spoof of romantic comedies and all of their insufferable clichs, which literally does anything and everything to make you crack up - succeeding in spades! The film is brought to us by comedy genius, David Wain and features an all-star cast of his regular collaborators like Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, Michael Ian Black, Ken Marino, and Christopher Meloni; as well as Ellie Kemper, Bill Hader, Cobie Smulders, Jason Mantzoukas, and Ed Helms. Rudd and Poehler play the obligatory leads who meet upon a chance encounter and soon fall in love, but nothing, and I mean NOTHING, plays out normally in this film; and these two are more than game to bring the laughs! From the word go, this movie's comedy is relentless with sight gags, bizarre dialogue, unexpected cameos, fourth-wall breaking, and just overall silliness - but boy, did it work for me! The jokes come fast and furious and I'm positive I didn't catch them all; this type of film really rewards multiple viewings. It's an incredibly silly, but memorable throw-everything-at-the-wall comedy that had me laughing throughout, which is all I can ask for from such a broad comedy!
Stan D (br) wrote: A creative science fiction thriller, and action movie, starring pro wrestler Roddy Piper, about creatures from another star system who have secretly infiltrated Earth. Cleverly written and highly entertaining, with some memorable action comedy lines. The creatures treat the Earth and its human inhabitants, just like the Republican billionaires do.
Brian K (us) wrote: Not exactly a masterpiece but not a total disaster either.
Jamie C (au) wrote: Apart from having a different plot there's not allot that feels fresh but if you're a fan of the others then it will be enough to enjoy.
Jacob D (de) wrote: An weird, erotic, cheesy, funny, emotional, and musical delight. R.I.P Prince