Shah Rukh Khan and Sharad Kapoor are the leaders of the two rival gangs. Aishwarya Rai is Shah Rukh Khan's twin sister. Shah Rukh is in love with Priya Gill. Chandrachur Singh is Sharad Kapoor's younger brother who studies in a catering college in Bombay. He comes to Goa to visit his brother and plans to go back and start a restaurant there. He sees Aishwarya and falls in love with her. Chandrachur gives up the idea of going back to Bombay and opens a bakery in Goa. When Shah Rukh comes to know about the romance between Aishwarya and Chandrachur, the fight between the gang turns more violent. How the conflict is resolved is the rest of the story. Written by [email protected][email protected]
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Sebastian B (fr) wrote: Don't waste time on this crap!
Daniel V (es) wrote: Awesome music, awesome acting, awesome effects, awesome direction, awesome, awesome!!!!
Georgina L (nl) wrote: It's an interesting film. Where Mon Meilleur Ami fails as a comedy, this is it's match in drama. Whether is good or bad I fail to decide.
Yannick H (br) wrote: A bit too awkward for me. But Big-Thumb-Uma Thurman is the sexiest girl ever. =)
Jason G (nl) wrote: the best movie madonna was in cuz she didnt have to act. she was herself and she was and still is Fierceness at its best.
David S (au) wrote: The film shifts between being repetitiously annoying to just plain dull as the characters become more relaxed and in touch with their sexuality. The only part that works is the Jeanne Moreau sequence.
Louis J (ca) wrote: One of the darkest, most cynical pictures I've sen in a long time. Huge, outrageous monologues are everywhere. Traditional values are eviserated, marriage is pummelled, and society is revealed as cruel, stupid and animal. But it's so goddamned funny, you hardly mind. My favorite scene was a judge who lectured the young couple about the importance of god, and in his rambling speech, the occupation of his poor suffering, religious father and the address of the house he grew up in change every thirty seconds or so, but the judge's hack conviction never flags. Cuts through a lot of bullshit, and full of great quotes. The end is not what you will expect it to be no matter what you expect. This is just screaming to be a cult classic.
Greg R (au) wrote: Hard to say, should i rate 3.5 or 4? It's somewhere in that area.
Paul S (us) wrote: There's some dispute as to whether this one belongs in the horror genre. I believe it is a loose fit, as the framing story is set among a display of wax figures in a carnival. There's something inherently creepy about wax figures, and I've come to the conclusion, based on The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari, the various films of Tod Browning and the assorted works of Dean Koontz, that there's something altogether sinister about carnivals too. If you don't know the story, a writer is hired to write stories to accompany a series of wax figures. In each story, he casts himself and the sculptor's daughter as a couple. When the first figure's arm accidentally breaks off, he decides to write the story of how he might have lost that arm. Next, he writes of Ivan the terrible. The third and final story plays out as a dream after the writer falls asleep at his table. The stories feature the ironic twist endings that would later be popularized on The Twilight Zone. In the opening credits, Werner Krauss is credited as playing Jack The Ripper, but in the movie the characters always refer to him as Spring-heeled Jack. Spring-heeled Jack was a prankster of sorts who terrorized London from about 1834 till 1920. It is reported that he could leap as high as 30 feet straight up in the air. He is also said to have had orange glowing eyes, pointed ears and the ability to shoot fire from his mouth. So, Krauss definitely portrays Jack The Ripper. The discrepancy with the names must be confusion on the part of the Germans. An entertaining film which seems to be most famous for inspiring Douglas Fairbanks to create The Thief Of Bagdad.
Jody O (jp) wrote: Some Kind of Monster is a documentary which (I personally think) chronicles the more modern studio lives of the Metallica clan. I was a fan of Metallica as a kid, and had all their albums, studio, live, you name it....this documentary gave me a lot of insight into their lives, way of being, their rapport with eachother, their methods of music-making, their drawing board ideas and creative methods, it all comes to a head in this film. 'Some Kind of Monster' details the making of their album of the same name, and if you've ever been a Metallica (or heavy metal in general) fan, you gotta check this out. 3 of 5 stars.
Quamal20 Q (au) wrote: This is all so dated. From the dated songs, to the dated characters, to the dated voice acting, to the dated subplots. This is an insult to Doctor Suess.