Jai Veeru: Friends Forever
Bangkok-based con-man, Jai, steals cars, and cons residents. While flirting with a girl in a bar, faces-off with her brother and his friends, and a male, Veeru, comes to his assistance. Both become close and eventually inseparable friends. Their friendship ends abruptly after Veeru reveals his true identity and arrests Jai. Neither are aware that they have a common enemy in Tejpal - who is determined to do away with both of them once and for all.
- Stars:Rakesh Bedi, Mahek Chahal, Suraj Godambe, Dinesh Hingoo, Arbaaz Khan, Fardeen Khan, Rajesh Khattar, Kunal Khemu, Shashi Kiran, Dia Mirza, Govind Namdeo, Anjana Sukhani,
- Director:Puneet Sira,
- Writer:Vekeana Dhillon (screenplay), Omar Inayat (lyrics), Janak (screenplay), Hriday Lani (screenplay), Raju Saigal (story), Sameer (lyrics)
Bangkok-based con-man, Jai, steals cars, and cons residents. While flirting with a girl in a bar, faces-off with her brother and his friends, and a male, Veeru, comes to his assistance. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: The exacerbating bane of a film critic's life is the annual American summer movie season lull. Hitting exceptionally hard this year, this week movie goers are subjected to the daft in-crowd boys comedy of The Watch, yet another sequel of escape zoo animals in Madagascar 3 and even a fifth episode of a video-game-adaptation of flesh eating zombies in Resident Evil: retribution. It is weeks like this I wish as a kid I was more interested in books than movies...Exhausted, overdone and over capitalized, the extremely lucrative Resident Evil franchise has simply gone beyond it, and according to RE5's final scene; it's still not over. As indestructible as its badass poster-gal glutton-for-zombie-punishment heroin Alice (Milla Jovovich), Resident Evil always seems to claw its way back (and for some reason squished into a yet another version of its trademark figure-embracing bondage inspired latex suit). The apt tiles of its predecessors always hinted at the individual installments main theme, Apocalypse, Extinction and Afterlife intertwined the films reasoning and premise. Retribution however lacks this anchor and could easily be replaced with repetition, replication, repeat or even redundant and result in the same effect. Even longtime series fans are reaching saturation point. Director Paul W.S Anderson (who wrote all five parts and directed three) does a great job of replicating the games artificially lavish stylized imagery but sadly has become too comfortable, no longer feeling the need to push the visual bounds in any way. Feeling generic and recycled, the hyper-violent slow-motion vaults, sprints, summersaults and bullets hurtle themselves through overly familiar computer-simulated locations at each other and the viewers in 3D. After a unique rewound slow-motion opening, the story is picked up straight after 2010's Afterlife conclusion. An introductory narration by Alice briefly explains that it has been a decade since the evil Umbrella Corporation released the self-evolving T-Virus on humanity, laying the world to waste and transforming its inhabitants into mindless cannibal zombies. Since then the Immune part-human part-virus (and totally airbrushed) Alice has be besieged by a seemingly never-ending series of unnatural beings, waged war against the insidious conglomerates forces and is plagued by nightmares of her own making. The hedonistic action shifts to a serene suburban neighborhood where the now average housewife Alice dotes over her hearing-impaired young daughter (Aryana Engineer) whilst her loving husband (Oded Fehr) makes a fool of himself spilling coffee. Abruptly, the obvious dream sequence ends when legions of the undead swarm the house and the real captured Alice shocks awake naked but for two towel strips (pathetically aimed at horny teenage boys) in the sadistic surroundings of an underwater city-simulation compound.Designed to asses people's resilience and inert abilities, the test facility is comprises of different 'stages' each posing a new vicious threat. Dressing in her usual dominatrix inspired garb and donning an obscenely high amount of military grade artillery, Alice proceeds through the maze at lightning speed (considering her 'superpowers' were repossessed in part 4) to rendezvous with a group of allies, but some unexpected friends provide both help and hindrance to her mission. Employing convenient plot device of cloning, the film is able to not only able to bring back fallen series favorites, but terminate them again and again in all manner of situations in complete disregard to logic. Fehr, Michelle Rodriguez and Sienna Guillory all reprise their roles in one way or another, satisfying series diehard's nostalgic needs whilst newcomer sidekick Li Bingbing adds fresh blood. The Verdict: As illogical as a zombie feeding frenzy on a nuclear submarine in artic waters after the end of the world is the fact that there is an endless abundance of leather, bullets and genetic material to create clones seems to be the hard part so swallow. Gravity, storyline and logic all seem to have left the building, and I hate to admit it but I won't be far behind if this series doesn't find either a way to finish or get infinitely. Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 20/09/2012
(ru) wrote: I feel in love with metzgerie, who now goes by ena lind. she's amazing. just saying. and she has nice tits too,
(mx) wrote: Have not watched this since it first came out. Two times is plenty for this one.
(ag) wrote: It is a good fun movie, that even children would like! Good plot, acting also descent, and the effects are pretty good. *Sponsored post
(de) wrote: Best comedy film I've seen for a long while with some scenes that had me in stitches. A simple idea of a kid bullied by his PE teacher who later in life ends up proposing to his mother as the son and step father to be are on a collision course which is sure to crack anyone up. A definite easy watch if you want a movie to cheer you up.
(us) wrote: average comedy centered around a limited time frame of female reproductive desireability called window theory from only males' point of view. a lot of jokes fall flat but the message is clear.
(it) wrote: Critics today desire and encourage originality and tend to "despise" the generic and formulaic movies; however, they reward the cliche ones with decent reviews and pan the weird ones for being too expressive or indie. This film embodies everything I could possibly want in a modern film. Exploding with uniqueness and originality, critics who give this film a negative review either dislike complex plots, get caught up in what they think the movies should be, or are simply confused. There should be no lack of original films like these, and I embrace and encourage the creativity.
(jp) wrote: Fantastic - a story abt the aftermath of the Holocaust. Sad & tragic, yet gives hope for the future.
(jp) wrote: It's a good thing Brandon Lee made "The Crow" before his death; had he not, he might have been doomed to star in sub-Bruce Wilis-meets-Bruce Campbell shlock like this for all eternity. Lee plays Michael Gold, a mercenary with -- in typical Hollywood fashion -- principles! He volunteers with the CIA to help a German laser expert (Ernest Borgnine, far from a career highpoint but still retaining more dignity as a German than Rod Steiger did as a Cuban) defect to the U.S. but is foiled at most turns by a bizarre alliance of incredibly organized but dismally incompetent Cubans and Russians. You'll spend the first half of the movie trying to figure out where the hell this film takes place -- the first 10 minutes seem to cycle uneasily between Cuba; Sub-Saharan Africa; El Salvador (maybe); and a dismal, cloudy section of North Carolina -- and the majority hoping to escape from the by-the-numbers plot and the horrendous soft-metal theme song they tacked onto Michael Gold, complete with an unimpressive vocalist doing his best worst Lemmy croon.At best, "Laser Mission" is a heavily botched ripoff of "The Living Daylights." However, that movie was released two years before the fall of the Berlin Wall; this film a year after. Nevermind the fact that director BJ Davis is no John Glen and Lee is no Timothy Dalton: "Mission" transparently lacks gravitas; it's just more embarrassing that it trades in on a threat that was diminishing at the time of release, and lacks impact worse now.
(es) wrote: Don't buy into the critic negativity. This is a good movie. Great cast and lots of twists and turns.
(ca) wrote: Hall Pass has a funny idea and the right actors to make it something special, but this film's ends up being bland, uneventful and unfunny. Instead of going all out and ridiculous, they play it safe and lame.
(it) wrote: Another Terry Gilliam film, the same loopy steampunk production design, and wasted actors in a poorly written, poorly directed waste of time. Gilliam seems unable to control a scene or find its dramatic point. The production design interferes rather than adds anything, and whatever theme lies beneath is missed often as the audience nod off.
(de) wrote: One of the best horror movies I've ever seen ! The stories are bound in an interesting way and they are all originals !
(us) wrote: What brings this movie down is the terrible acting by Kline and Brannagh. Kline really sucks as the sidekick, he shows utter lack of character in the role; and Branagh might well be the blandest and most uninteresting villain I've ever seen. Salma Hayek is the only good thing in this movie (well that, and Will Smith's occasional wit). But yeah, at the end of the day, if you haven't seen this, trust me, you're not missing out on much.