'I hate luv storys' is the maxim Jay lives by. But as an assistant director to Veer, the most famous romantic filmmaker of Indian Film Industry, Jay has little option but to live with larger than life, glossy, cinematic love on an everyday basis. Things only get worse when he is made to work under the new production designer on the film… Simran, with whom he shares the strangest first encounter! Simran loves luv storys; So much so that even her life has begun to resemble one. With her ideal job and the perfect boyfriend, Raj, she lives a blissful, dreamy life; One that is rudely interrupted by Jay's cynicism. The turmoil's of Jay and Simran's life, is ironically interweaved with the Luv Story that they are working on…
Kelly L (br) wrote: An interesting story about a little known facet of WWI. I appreciated the attention to detail and realism of the movie and I enjoyed learning more about the tunneling but would have liked more suspense and drama.
Ravindra T (de) wrote: A realistic film... in my opinion one of the best movie I have ever seen...Stellar performance by Irrfan and Ashutosh Rana....
Sarah G (us) wrote: the Hawaiian scenery alone makes me love it.
Arturo S (es) wrote: well, dont wanna see another bio-film by hollywood, and also, antonio banderas doesnt looks like pancho villa
Scott K (de) wrote: Compelling and devasting film from Kieslowski demonstrating how de-humanizing and barbaric the act of killing a human being is whether done by an individual or by the state.
Anthony A (ca) wrote: Eastwood himself takes the director's chair for this fourth Dirty Harry film. Better than the third film, but still not as compelling as the first two.
Aj V (de) wrote: Yes, slightly above average horror movie, I agree. The main characters are very typical of horror movies, mocking traditions and superstitions, to find themselves prey to the baron blood, an old ancestor of one of them. The film doesn't do much with the story, and the gore isn't very explicit, but it's pretty good. Not a bad movie at all, Bava fans will enjoy it.
Claude H (it) wrote: Little bit of fluff but it was interesting.