Ekk Deewana Tha

Ekk Deewana Tha

Sachin is an engineering graduate from a middle class Mumbai family, but his passion is for the world of cinema. He is dreaming and planning for a future as a director, when he sees Jessie. It is love at first sight for Sachin. However, Jessie is from a strict Malayali Christian family, and her parents would never approve of their romance. The other problem is Jessie insists that she doesn't want a romantic relationship, but wants only to be friends. Of all the girls in the world why did Sachin have to fall for Jessie?

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Ekk Deewana Tha torrent reviews

Xavier G (es) wrote: An indie movie with Norwish teenagers. Nothing about of this world, with a good time if you like indie movies. Soundtrack and photography are pretty good. Script is fine.

Maru M (es) wrote: one of the worst movies I ever seen. Really boring. Not even funny

Bernadette H (au) wrote: This film takes every pre-conception you have about sexual identity and puberty and tosses it out the window, sets fire to it, and then dances a little dance of triumphant glee around the smouldering remains. If you want to open your eyes to a whole new world, the world of the people who don't fit in HERE or THERE do not miss XXY.

jake k (ag) wrote: LOVE IT as a avid Canada movie fan this one i funny as hell

Sandy M (gb) wrote: Seemingly dull but it can keep you hooked until the end.The characters are very realistically developed that one cannot help but get reeled into their tornado of love, relationship, marriage and death.Wonderful performance delivered by the cast, especially Rockwell and Beckinsale.

Connie H (jp) wrote: Grene is an 18 year old boy in a small hick town in Alabama and wants nothing more then to escape to Hollywood to become a special effects artist. He convinces the guy who runs the town's haunted house to let him update it so he can use his creations as a profolio when he moves to L.A. Grene falls in love with Laura's character, she works at the video store where Grene gets all of his horror movies. There's just one little problem, her mom is a super religious woman that thinks that what Grene does is of the devil and tries whatever she can to keep Grene away from her daughter. Add in that the jerk Grene's mom married is an mean alcholic that tend to hit when he is wasted and you have the reason for Grene's best work. To get rid of the drunken jerk her makes a mask that looks exactly like his face and goes to town on the drunk's cousin's prized car with a sledge hammer. This pisses off the cousin played by Josh Todd and he goes and kills the drunk.

Nim B (de) wrote: luv dah movie jus bcuz of morris chestnut

Jeffrey R (ag) wrote: good movie, haters gonna hate

STCENTERPRISE (it) wrote: Star Trek IV The Voyage Home was the funniest of all the Star Trek films, It utilized all the characters the most compared to just the dynamic 3 Kirk, Spock, & McCoy. Each of them is used in an important way rather than a miner role. It covers a very important issue that is the planet and covers extinction. It is a Time Travel film that goes into the modern world of 1986 so it was very relatable to anybody no matter if they are a Star Trek fan or not. It pays respect to the previous films and shows. It utilizes all the things developed before in the series and films. The glasses from Wrath of Khan make a comeback in this film. The whales all look real not robotic. If you are to recommend a Star Trek film to a non fan it would be Star Trek IV The Voyage Home. We get the great scene with Scotty Hello, Computer. The keyboard, how quaint! I have seen it many, many times since I was very young. I grew up on this Star Trek film. The one drawback to this film is the time travel sequence with the CGI faces that looks like someone was on drugs when they made that scene. Then the amount of swearing.One of the biggest inaccuracies is how they completely changed the Klingon Bird of Pray set from Star Trek III The Search for Spock. However I will admit that I do like the way the Bird of Pray looks in Star Trek IV The Voyage Home compared to Star Trek III The Search for Spock. I loved the music especially the film score by Leonard Rosenman that sounds fun and was very different from any Star Trek film but I love.

James M (jp) wrote: I don't even want to know what the director was smoking.

Matt K (es) wrote: There were a couple funny bits, but the jokes ran out after like five minutes. It's sad to see so much talent wasted.

John B (es) wrote: Makes you wonder how Herzog ever get the opportunity to make another film again. Shows the true arrogance of Werner in making a woefully epic disaster which could have been made more practically and with the same impact.