Dishkiyaoon

Dishkiyaoon

Dishkiyaoon is a Bollywood action film produced by Shilpa Shetty and her husband Raj Kundra along with Eros International. The film features Sunny Deol, Harman Baweja and debutant Ayesha Khanna. The film is about the Mumbai underworld.2014.Four songs for the film have been composed by debutant Palash Muchhal, who's the youngest music composer of Bollywood at age of 18.

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RajanSatish P (mx) wrote: Finally a movie that is worth watching for the sports in it that the nation did not follow. It takes a movie to bring someone's achievements into light. Exhilarating performance by Farhan Akhtar. Run time is a bit of let down with 3.07 hours

Yuri L (nl) wrote: Nada siuk!! Inda jua chali

Michael T (it) wrote: Frothy and enjoyable without much substance.

G H (jp) wrote: He looks like a cross between Barney Fife and Forrest Gump and sounds just like Beavis & Butthead. What's not to like? OK, I'm kidding, but if you can get past the idea that this is NOT someone you'd like to be stuck in a room with, this film is in the fine tradition of PeeWee's Great Adventure and Pennies From Heaven--Geek Made Good. It's a "feel good" movie, because if someone like this does ok, you feel like you could, too. . . .And of course, the last shot brings us back to reality.

Irene M (ag) wrote: really not worth watching. We were drawn in by the superb cast, but they didn't make up for a story that just didn't hang together.

Kyle K (ca) wrote: hilarious. not rodney's best, but good.

Richard Y (de) wrote: Trashy compared to the first.

Librarian W (au) wrote: Actually a very good film, although Sheen's casting seems a bit odd. There is one thing that bothers me, what happens to the little boy?

roger t (fr) wrote: recommended by bort16.

Richard C (au) wrote: Set in a circus filming a real live show (Though some of it is staged for filming purposes) Parade is Tati's last feature film. This is one of two Tati feature films which haven't gotten a Criterion release (This one got a BBC release on DVD). It's not funny as much as it is amusing. Acts and shows take place within the circus and seeing it up close probably makes you think, "I wish I would've seen that when *I* went to the circus". There are professional jugglers (I'll make GIFs of them when I'm not lazy), participants with odd talents like the guy who can make music with the high pitched, deflating balloon, and ground level acrobats. Tati makes an appearance every now and then. He reenacts a lot of parts from the Evening Classes short that he acted in in 1967 and one part I noticed he took from Trafic (Guy mixing paint). He also does his mime-like stand up comedy. This type of humor in his films is always dry and now with an audience laughing at every single detail it takes away the humor. The side subtle story with the children was bothersome. Although, for the first time in a Tati film there were not one but two adult jokes. Also, for the first time since Tati's Jour de Fete there was a part where I laughed out loud.The film is overall an ongoing event (Hence, hence, hence) where you go behind the circus show back and forth between the show itself. The small funny details from the random performers hold the film together. In the end there's this singer (I forgot her name) who sounds exactly like Edith Piaf. There isn't enough information about the film's soundtrack online so I don't know if it was just a Piaf song played with the woman lip syncing.

AnneLaure R (ru) wrote: Il y a des choses que je ne trouve pas vraisemblables (que John devienne schizophrne par exemple ou que tous les fous rient comme des fous justement) mais les personnages sont bien trouv (C)s, dans la nuance, et l'image est g (C)niale, surtout le travail des ombres.

Laara C (ca) wrote: Favorite movie of hers by far, I'm starting to think that Breakfast at Tiffany's is overrated. Musical, dancing, books, philosophy, empathy, fashion, and colorful. Perfection in my book...For some the musical could be overly gay which meant back in the 50s overly happy and carefree. It was nice to see it though in the movie, specially the scene at the bar/club so quirky and random moves. Sure it has that sort of Cinderella story but the self expression and the art is certainly put in the movie quite well.

Andrew U (mx) wrote: Fritz Lang is a master of suspenseful socially relevant films. This film may not be M's equal in terms of acting and social commentary, but it makes up for it in plot, special effects, and entertainment value. Overall, this is very nearly the masterpiece that M is.

Alex S (fr) wrote: A few chuckles here and there but the majority of this abysmal sequel is just recycled jokes from the first one and an abundance of unnecessary gross-out humor.

Javier T (au) wrote: All this sequels have the same problem and it's the ending. It's not that bad.

Abb J (nl) wrote: St Vincent: Single mom Melissa McCarthy moves into a working class section of New York, and due to long work hours, is forced to have her grouchy, chain smoking, alcoholic, compulsive gambler next door neighbor babysit her 12-year-old son. The two strike up an unlikely friendship in this schmatzy but well acted story, that proves that sometimes the least likely of people can draw out the best in one another. B+

Jonathan R (jp) wrote: Reasonably Accurate...

Dane T (br) wrote: Spectacular and moving, with some very impressive camerawork.

Larry J (br) wrote: Cherry Falls was a real scream. The negative nay sayers must not have too much experience in watching horror/slasher flicks. Jay Mohr is a comedian delux in this truly entertaining film