Two petty thieves Tara and Sitara (Govinda & Sanjay Dutt respectively) get on the bad side of two wanted criminals, namely Panther and Cobra (Gulshan Grover and Ashish Vidyarthi ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ek Aur Ek Gyarah: By Hook or by Crook
Two petty thieves Tara and Sitara (Govinda & Sanjay Dutt respectively) get on the bad side of two wanted criminals, namely Panther and Cobra (Gulshan Grover and Ashish Vidyarthi ...
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nicole m (us) wrote: A really interesting spanish psychological thriller
Jonathan N (au) wrote: Instead of "Mr Cranky Rates the Movies", this is "Mr Cranky Makes a Movie". Davies hates pretty much everything except the Liverpool that can never be again, and Mahler. That said, the editing together of the archival footage is beautiful, as was the use of music (and no Beatles!), and Davies' narration is increasingly hypnotic. Give it 10-15 minutes and you'll probably make it all the way through and come out strangely moved.
Kelsey C (jp) wrote: It is a crime against art and humanity that this movie was never awarded an Oscar.
Leonardo Malacay S (fr) wrote: Tonta? claro que si pero es perfecta para una maana de fin de semana ;)
Steve W (ca) wrote: Shaolin Soccer is a zany, hilarious, and unique kung fu sports movie. It reminded me a lot of Dodgeball (2004) with its large cast of misfits and underdogs competing in a tournament. This sets up new standards for over-the-top action/comedy with its craziness in the soccer matches. This movie is lot of fun, and I really liked the subtle homages to Michael Jackson, Bruce Lee, and vampires.
Alison P (it) wrote: As I recall this excellent, funny and quirky piece of cinema heaven was largely ignored - whilst the depressingly woeful and unfunny The Full Monty was lauded in the same year. Weird, this film is far better, Kate Beckinsale was even quite good.
Alexander C (kr) wrote: Wouldnt mind seeing.
Anthony V (ca) wrote: Jennifer Jason Leigh gives a great performance as one of my favorite writers.
Harry W (us) wrote: In the Army Now immediately points to the positive intentions of the film, namely the lead character Bones being another version of The Weasel and a great musical score which has the patriotic feel to it.Of course, it suffers the expected flaws of a Pauly Shore comedy. In this case, it's mainly the screenplay which leaves the actors to work with lines that seem to fake and too rehearsed to be considered real by even a scientologist.Also, the story ends up chronicling a cast of characters played by Pauly Shore in the lad who have a decent performance both comedically and even somewhat dramatically, but supported by Andy Dick and Lori Petty whose poor script lines leave them with the chemistry of a disgruntled ox and Silent Bob, as well as David Alan Grier who basically spends the duration of the film screaming like a damsel in distress without even a laugh.But the main problem is that In the Army Now doesn't give Pauly Shore the oppurtunity to pursue his Weasel antics aside from the start of the story, and basically the entire film is one written by five writers which could have been performed by anyone, except since Pauly Shore was chosen the blame falls on him when in actuality he's the one person putting in sufficient effort to hold the story together with a mostly dramatic and at time comedic performance, and unfortunately it doesn't work because there's nobody there to help him and people are expecting a stupid comedy but get left with just plain stupidity with Pauly Shore's face on it.On the plus side, there was surprisingly good action in its brief moments and in parts there is decent laughs, and as a whole it's a convincing war film with a decent lead from Pauly Shore in the dramatic sense, even though it isn't what you'd expect. The production values are good and so is the musical score, and overall Daniel Petrie Jr.'s direction is decent, but it can't compare to his masterful film Toy Soldiers.So In the Army Now is no weasel film or sufficiently funny comedy, but it's well made and has a decent lead, even though that's not what you'd expect or want.
LaVerne S (gb) wrote: This was a good movie, full of suspense, even though Doris Day did overact at times. I really liked John Gavin in his part. I was really scared at times.