Husbands in Goa
The film follows the journey of three young men, who flee from their wives, for a vacation to the international tourist-destination Goa. During the trip, they become friends with an immature youthful older man, who is on the verge of a divorce. The film explores their time in Goa
- Stars:Asif Ali, Indrajith, Jayasurya, Lal, Bhama, Rima Kallingal, Ramya Nambeeshan, Innocent, Kalabhavan Mani, Sarayu Mohan, Divya Padmini, Praveena, Suraaj Venjarammoodu,
- Director:Saji Surendran,
- Writer:Krishna Poojappura
Husbands in Goa is a story of three friends - Jerry Thomas (Advocate), Murali Govind (Chartered Accountant) and Arjun (Interior Designer). The three of them are faced with a common dilemma,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Husbands in Goa torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Great actors wasted on an amateurish production.
(ca) wrote: "That Girl in Yellow Boots" is a film you will either hate or admire. I admired it, but not because of its technical sophistication: The music was raucous and intrusive; the subtitles (often) were the same color as the background picture; the sound track (in English) was garbled and very difficult to understand; the editing left much to be desired. However, I thought the story was imaginative and shocking. It's almost a modern day "Oedipus Rex" where Oedipus is Oedipa! Definitely worth seeing -- but prepare yourself for some gritty, grisly and disturbing scenes.
(mx) wrote: A decent movie if you are a SG-1 fan. It closes some plot lines left by the show's cancellation. If not a fan, then skipping or watching it, its all the same.
(ag) wrote: Not really my type of Indian Cinema... I had seen both Rahul and Ranvir in other more meaningful movies, but I guess I don't get the humor or something. Too bad!
(es) wrote: LoL, this was a little hokey and crazy but entertaining, none the less.
(fr) wrote: Fucking Dev from Coronation Street and Patrick from Eastenders?! Shit.
(gb) wrote: Terminator 2: Judgement Day is, in my opinion, the best action movie ever made. This movie understood tension and character development, and there is barely a dull moment in this movie. This is Arnold Schwarzenegger's best movie, it also features one of the best and most menacing villains ever put on screen, the T-1000, T2 was a pioneer in CGI as well, and this movie and Jurassic Park proved that the key to using CGI to their advantage, was to not over use it, and when you use it, do it well. T2 definitely did that.
(es) wrote: Funny, poignant, snarky, great music -- everything you want.
(ru) wrote: One of my absolute all time favorite movies.
(br) wrote: FBI Special Agent goes undercover in order to bust a dangerous criminal and retrieve stolen bank funds. Not Lawrence's best but true to form he delivers a few vintage moments. One-joke premise was then rehashed in two sequels.
(kr) wrote: Looks good i will see it soon with my friends (if they want)DRAG ME TO HELL its a good name too!
(us) wrote: Jeepers Creepers features skin-crawling buildup, and also introduces horror fans to a welcome addition to the genre for its titular antagonist.
(ru) wrote: Lazenby's acting is horrible. And considering he was a car salesman who had no acting experience when hired to star in this film, it's understandable his performance was shallow and uninteresting. And much of his dialogue in the beginning was little more than nonstop, cutesy one-liners whose sole purpose was to bang you over the head to convince you that he's a cool, funny, suave and debonair secret agent. As an example, Bond is leaving his hotel room and he grabs some caviar on a cracker. Cuz that's what cool secret agents eat, caviar. And he says, outloud, to himself, "Hmmm...Royal Beluga...north of the Caspian". The sole purpose was a heavy handed attempt to make sure that even the most block-headed audience member gets the point that he's cool because he knows about caviar. Either that, or it was a silly spoof of a secret agent, which we've had far too much of. The only bright spot was the acting by Diana Rigg. I'm not a big fan of hers, but her performance stood out from the poor, B-movie nonsense around her. Everything here, from the amateurish fight scenes to the acting to the photography was something out of a poorly done B-movie. The movie was boring and uninteresting. An hour into the movie and really nothing interesting had happened. Bond is searching for Blofeld and finally finds him. This is easily one of the worst Bond films. And apparently Lazenby's performance and lack of professionalism made him a longstanding joke in the industry, and ultimately sunk Lazenby's career.