Kamaal Dhamaal Malamaal

Kamaal Dhamaal Malamaal

Jhonny is often fooled by villagers as he is fit for nothing. He is in love with Maria but is often targeted by her brothers. Then enters Sam, who will be like a Samaritain to Jhonny's family.

Jhonny is often fooled by villagers as he is fit for nothing. He is in love with Maria but is often targeted by her brothers. Then enters Sam, who will be like a Samaritain to Jhonny's family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ian R (nl) wrote: Werner Herzog looking at the internet. Some interesting discussion about the future and some pontificating about society. Worth a watch.

Nicole G (gb) wrote: This was much better than I thought it was going to be. If you are a fan of Snoop, reggae, Bunny Wailer or Jamaican culture, watch this, you will laugh, and get some insight.

Austin G (ca) wrote: Not DreamWorks' best, but it has enough laughs to get you through the hour and a half it's on screen.

Ryan C (kr) wrote: In their latest movie, the Coen Brothers write and direct an all-star cast who play some of the most outlandish characters. Osbourne Cox (John Malkovich) who is recently fired from the CIA decides he will write a memoir of his experience, much to the dissatisfaction of his wife (Tilda Swinton). Meanwhile at the gym, Chad (Brad Pitt) and Linda (Frances McDormand) find a CD that contains sensitive government material. However, instead of returning it to Cox who they think it belongs to, they decide to hold it ransom for a reward. Not only is Cox confused on how this could have happened, his wife is also having an affair with a man named Harry (George Clooney) who is additionally also sleeping with Linda. That leads Harry to connect the dots between the characters in this funny, dark comedy."Burn After Reading" contains many twists and it leaves the audience quite confused which is fitting because the characters are equally as confused. All the characters have their flaws which are all conveniently shown at once, but still remain endearing. Without the specific character aspects, there would have been hardly any depth to the plot and in turn wouldn't have made for much of an entertaining film. It's a noble attempt at a comedic film for the Coen brothers, but it's not their best by far. With a confusing plot line, it is best that you watch "Burn After Reading" more than once, for subsequent viewings might expose some of the story's deeper details.

Gavin P (es) wrote: Anything with Stephen Curry's going to be good!

Candy R (ca) wrote: Dark comedy. Colleen's pyschic tells her that her boyfriend is going to leave her so she accidentally kills him. She meets and falls for the hitman who is trying to kill her boyfriend. He fails as the victim is already dead. Interesting plot.

Connor C (es) wrote: Ian McKellan's hauntingly tragic and tortured portrait of a gay man rattled by his wartime experience and terrified at the fac that he is slowly going insane. McKellan strikes every cord with his portrayal, serving poetic justice to the wronged and misunderstood director James Whale, who became the creature from the films that made him famous.

David Ray G (mx) wrote: This flim was a completely unexpected measterpiece, which I recommend without second thoughts. With a flawless storyline and the truly explosive and unbelievable performances of Henry Thomas and Robin Tunney, it's a film that teaches so many different things. It follows the story of two seemingly different people, two god-and-people-forsaken shady characters that found happiness in their misery. Bob Grosse's "Niagara, Niagara" is, without a doubt, a true masterpiece.

kevin B (ag) wrote: Good 90'z movie espically if u from the drug n hustle life

Robert D (kr) wrote: Sentimental maybe, but for Jack Lemmon's only directorial effort, a heart felt effort and Matthau is sublime.

Felix C (es) wrote: (Upcoming Review) Rating: 8.2/10

Bryan P (kr) wrote: Almost as DELITEFUL as CHOCOLAT!

Andrew M (ca) wrote: There's hints of fascinating satire within Maps to the Stars, and each member of the ensemble cast deliver solid performances, but David Cronenberg's execution of the story doesn't land as well as it could and should.

Sarah H (nl) wrote: The title says it all. I was so close to eating myself after watching this film that I had to binge my soul out of the film-enduced coma it was in.