Will love compromise one man's devotion to heavy rock? That's the all-important question behind this broad comedy from Spain. Isi (Santiago Segura) and Disi (Florentino Fernandez) are two best friends who live in a lower middle-class neighborhood near Madrid. Isi and Disi aren't especially bright, but their devotion to heavy metal is complete and unquestioned, and they wouldn't be caught dead listening to a lame pop singer like, say , Joaquin Sabina. However, one day Isi sees Vane (Jaydy Michel), a beautiful girl who attends a nearby college, and immediately falls head over heels in love.
Will love compromise one man's devotion to heavy rock? That's the all-important question behind this broad comedy from Spain. Isi (Santiago Segura) and Disi (Florentino Fernandez) are two best friends who live in a lower middle-class neighborhood near Madrid. Isi and Disi aren't especially bright, but their devotion to heavy metal is complete and unquestioned, and they wouldn't be caught dead listening to a lame pop singer like, say , Joaquin Sabina. However, one day Isi sees Vane (Jaydy Michel), a beautiful girl who attends a nearby college, and immediately falls head over heels in love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kashfia F (ca) wrote: How can anyone miss a Dracula movie? :-D
Keiichi M (it) wrote: One of the worst movies I've seen.I won't even start on how awful Pinto was as Miral. The script was corny, the story line is schizophrenic, and the overall message of the movie is overly preachy of the dead in the tacks two-state solution. Rest in Peace Juliano Mer-Khamis, his acting was awesome and he will surely be missed.
Wiebke K (gb) wrote: Eric Bishop turns his life around because of his discussions with Eric Cantona -- that part is fun, the part about dealing with some of the problems is fun, too, but there are some basic holes in the plot like -- why does he have two sons? And the story does drag in part. Still, some great goals to watch.
Brandon M (au) wrote: ok FIRST OFF NOT AS SCARY AS SOME PEOPLE MADE IT SEEM LIKE IT WOULD BE!! It had a FEW moments (like one or two) and the alternate ending on the DVD is creepy. This movie starts off VERY SLOWLY, but small things eventually happen. One thing that kept annoying me about the movie/characters was the couple's REFUSAL to turn on lights and just use the camera light; who does this, honestly? Also, for those of you that believe it THIS IS NOT A REAL MOVIE!!!!!!!!!!!! it even says at the end, and why would a real movie have 3 DIFFERENT ENDINGS!! I feel that Katie was the only one who had the most depth; Micah seemed like a jerk at times, and was poorly characterized and I just didn't feel that he was "real". Even the psychic was poorly developed (even though he was only in it like total of like 7 min). I do, however, like how they didn't actually show any ghosts, just what was happening; that gave it that extra edge and added a SLIGHT factor of creepiness. It was also cool to see the night shots and wonder what was going to happen, but sometimes disappointing when it was just simply a small noise. Some of the "tricks" are awesome editing/camera trickery and makes ya wonder how they were done (can't tell you without giving parts away). It also would have been little bit better to see more day shots, or see their breakdown more during the day (hard to explain what exactly I mean). All in all, DEFINITELY not the scariest movie, and not as scary as everyone made it out to be.
Ashwin A (ca) wrote: Shorey gives a brilliant performace and goes to show that his talent just does not lay in making people laugh.. but also make them sit up and notice his fine acting skills... the other actors too have done a neat job...although the film does get a bit dragged in the end.. still the movie is worth a watch... this is one of those flicks along with few others which mark the coming of new age indian cinema... kudos to rajat kapoor for having made such a worthy cinema... keep up your good work...
Arlene D (nl) wrote: What the hell is this
Matt C (it) wrote: Pretty funny, like a solid Alan Partidge episode and light years ahead of the dirge he's recently tried to resurrect with the character on Sky and Youtube. Still not convinced it's really worthy of a movie though, I did laugh but I'd happily never watch it again.
Fr O (kr) wrote: An unexpected charmer, genius performance, warmth, pathos, humour.
Eduardo T (kr) wrote: Made it on my favorite list tens minutes into the film. The advertising team made a great decision to put full frontal nudity in the trailer. I always thought that was considered taboo in the 60's. This is the film Quentin Tarantino ripped off to make Kill Bill. He claims never to have seen it but I say otherwise. This film is unpopular so there is a chance that he hasn't. But it is ironic that the plot of this is a bride going around killing people for revenge, it's the exact same plot as Kill Bill. This film is a homage to Alfred Hitchcock who is one of Quentin's inspirations. So maybe that's why there both similar, just maybe. I find it hard to believe that Quentin is an Alfred Hitchcock fan yet hasn't watched a film that was inspired by Alfred. Overall this is one cool film. If you liked Kill Bill then watch this as well. It's not as violent as Kill Bill but it's still entertaining. The plot was okay. People say that this film has a big plot hole. That plot hole being, how did she find the men? She herself answered the plot hole. She said it took her a long time but she managed. Hello people, ever heard of phone books and public registries. There are ways to find people that you know nothing about. The men where staying at a hotel so she could have just gone to the hotel and got there names they signed with. Moving along, the writing was okay. I didn't like the scene at the beginning with the two guys. All they where talking about is women. It had nothing to do with the story and contributed nothing so that part should have been taken out. Other then that the rest of the dialogue was great. I really enjoyed reading the movie. The acting was really good. You could really get into the characters minds and feel there suffering. That's something I didn't feel in Kill Bill. The direction was superb by the same director of The 400 Blows. The camera angles where great. They used the camera angles I like because if a film doesn't have the camera angles I like then it does take away from the experience. This is probably the longest review I have ever written. It just goes to show you how much I love this film. If you are a fan of Alfred Hitchcock and foreign films then this is the perfect film for you.
Tim E (de) wrote: A most gripping film with humour and shows the grit of the British during WWII
Jon H (kr) wrote: Big fan, but plenty of scope for a duff documentary which this was not!All albums back on the playlist tomorrow morning:)