Hawaa Hawaai

Hawaa Hawaai

Hawaa Hawaai is a 2014 Bollywood film directed by Amole Gupte. The film features Partho Gupte and Saqib Saleem. The film is produced by Fox Star Studios. The film is a commercial entertainer, and a tribute to people who dare to dream. Saqib Saleem is playing role of a skating coach in the film. The film is likely to be released on 9 May 2014. It is rumored that Sridevi might do a cameo in the movie, though Sridevi has not confirmed the news yet. The director Amol Gupte is going to compose and sing one song for the movie. Rest of the songs are going to be composed by Hitesh Sonik.

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Jason T (es) wrote: A romantic drama with decent performances but overall is a snoozer. Feels poorly paced and the leads have no chemistry.

Alex K (mx) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.

Michael M (it) wrote: Plays like an arthouse Italian opera in which we all share the same story, whether we like it or not. It is definitely not Coppola's best film, however he has described it as his "most beautiful." I might agree with that.

Brian R (fr) wrote: Carter Page(Woody Harrelson) is a well-heeled and popular socialite who serves as confidant, companion, and card partner to some of the capitol's leading ladies. These pampered women are married to the most powerful men in America, and when their husbands are too busy running the country to attend to their wives, they turn to their "gay best friend," Carter, for warmth, wit and wisdom. Carter's loyalty is tested when his dearest friend finds herself on the brink of a scandal that could destroy her reputation and her husband's career. Schrader's final "lonely men" chapter. A very slow yet interesting film. See it if you got nothing else to do.

MrMimo S (ru) wrote: ooh very very very bad

Robert I (br) wrote: Pretty surprisingly good film. Knowing how it's universally hated, I wasn't expecting much but it kept me laughing and even made me saw "awww" in places. Still kinda wish John Hughes had directed more movies.

Grayson D (us) wrote: Giving this three stars from my memories of it as its over twenty years sine i last watched it. I loved Sharon Stone throughout the 80s so still have fond memories of a lot of her films.

Matt M (ca) wrote: A small time hood employed by a mobster club-owner whom he befriends is shaken when the same owner introduces him to his new fianc, the woman he loved long ago. There is nothing particularly impressive about the story itself. Yet, this film carries one of the best examples of sexual tension, shared here by Glenn Ford and Rita Hayworth, the latter at her most iconic as the titular character that has become a symbol of the noir genre.

Allan C (it) wrote: I loved this movie! This is a film that will likely only appeal to people who are fans of blaxploitation cinema and have seen gobs of blaxploitation flicks to better appreciate what is being equal parts spoofed and paid homage to. Unlike Damon Wayan's "I'm Gonna Get You Sucka," which was also a parody of blaxploitation films and took more of an Airplane/Naked Gun comedic approach, this film is more along the lines of Robert Rodriguez's "Machete" which clearly loved the films it was sending up and relished in recreating many elements from those films , but at the same time going for some subversive laughs. The story here follows Michael Jai White, as Black Dynamite, a former CIA special agent with a license to kill, who then team up with some black militants to clean up the streets of drugs being sold by an evil mobster and a corrupt politician. And that evil mobster is played by Mike Starr, who is exactly the caliber of star who'd have appeared in a blaxploitation flick; someone who's a familiar face in film, but who's usually a supporting player in major Hollywood films. Most of the film is played pretty straight and really does look and sounds like a real 1970s Fred Williamson or Jim Brown action flick, though the film's more ridiculous recreations of the sometimes amateurishly make 70s blaxploitation looked right out of Rudy Ray Moore's "Dolomite!" There's lots of run split screens, sepia toned photography, wild zooms, nunchucks, car chases with mismatched rear projection, overuse of stock footage, black militantism, gratuitous nudity and many other hallmarks of 70s blaxploitation films. And I loved a conceit that I read in the film that Michael Jai White state in interviews that he was not only playing Black Dynamite but was also playing the actor playing Black Dynamte, Ferrante Jones, a former running back for the Baltimore Colts whose career ended due to a broken neck. In the film, Black Dynamite has a hard time turning his neck to one side, which is due to Jones' fictional neck injury. My only complaint with the film is that it seems to go a bit off the rails and over-the-top near the end of the film when they go to Kung-Fu Island and then the White House. The rest of the film was played pretty straight and this portion of the film felt more along the lines of the outrageous "Machete" send up of grindhouse films. It's not that this potion of the film is bad or that over-the-top is bad, but it just didn't seem tonally inconsistent with the rest of the film. Still, this was an awfully fun film that is essential viewing for fans of blaxploitation (non-fans, I honestly can't say whether you'll like this film or not).

Martin T (ag) wrote: The first meeting of Powell and Pressburger. A decent spy thriller that rises above the usual rah-rah wartime propaganda and allows a human face for the Germans. You can definitely see the beginnings of that P&P touch, although there is also an annoying inconsistency in when they have Germans speaking English or German. It makes the early parts of the film rather confusing... also the music often drowns out the dialogue. The plot is kind of hackneyed too, but heck, it's entertaining enough.

Chandler A (nl) wrote: A boring movie full of cheesy one liners and uninteresting characters.