Kis Kis Ki Kismat
A brainless bimbo is mistaken as a famous miserly millionaire's mistress, the scandal is lapped up by the press and all hell breaks loose. To make matters worse, the millionaire's lazy, clueless son is romantically involved with the girl.
- Stars:Mallika Sherawat, Rati Agnihotri, Kurush Deboo, Tinnu Anand, Dharmendra, Dinesh Hingoo, Jagdeep, Geeta Khanna, Viju Khote, Ajit Kulkarni, Siddharth Makkar, Manmauji, Suresh Menon, Chetan Pandit, Shivaji Satam,
- Director:Govind Menon,
- Writer:Umesh Shukla
A brainless bimbo is mistaken as a famous miserly millionaire's mistress, the scandal is lapped up by the press and all hell breaks loose. To make matters worse, the millionaire's lazy, clueless son is romantically involved with the girl. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: what a load of tosh.... wasted 1.5 hours of my life...
(jp) wrote: Although the title is misleading as the film does not mainly surround Superman, Batman, nor Apocalypse, but rather Kara (Supergirl), her origin story fits well into the fatherly nature of Superman, Wonder Woman's caring self, and Batman's logic-over-emotion philosophy. Darkseid makes way for some combat, although it isn't necessary when it's all about Kara and finding her Supergirl identity. However, the film closes on emphasizing this point, and establishing a myriad of future possibilities for the Superman/Girl duo.
(kr) wrote: This has to be one of the most offensive things ever created, and I laughed at every minute of it!
(ca) wrote: I worried that it would be too much like "Nobody Knows," but it's a very good (albeit hard to watch) film - the little sister absolutely steals every scene
(ca) wrote: The key to satire is that it needs to actually be funny. This isn't. Just a bunch of tired gags, revisionist history, and the usual racist and homophobic "humor" that dittoheads love. The cast is made up of Hollywood rightwingers (Kelsey Grammer, Robert Davi, Bill O'Reilly, Jon Voight), has-beens (Gary Coleman), attention whores (Paris Hilton), and incredibly bad celeb impersonators. Oh yeah, Michael Moore DID direct a feature which was only so-so, but, compared to this, CANADIAN BACON is genius!
(ag) wrote: With the major exception of Olive The Other Reindeer, no one's made a good Christmas special since the 80s. GGROBaR is awful. The animation is poor, the story is dumb, the jokes fall flat, and the songs are unforgivably bad. The original song is kitschy and fun, this is not. The movie attempts to take a three minute song and stretch it into a movie. They fail miserably and the corny references to the song lyrics will make your eyes roll. Whoever made this should be dragged into the street and shot.
(mx) wrote: J'ai du mal avec des scenes entrecoupes comme ca, mais quel film, quelle histoire et quels acteurs!
(de) wrote: An account of the Battle of Wake Island filmed very early in America's war effort. As one would expect, it's a very simple, patriotic account of events. It's fairly entertaining, especially when Robert Preston and William Bendix are on screen, but it's also a fairly unremarkable film. Brian Donlevy gets the immortal line "We need to destroy destruction."
(br) wrote: This film appears to promote domestic violence by telling women that if the man really loves you a slap will feel like a kiss
(br) wrote: As a fan of Harry Hill, I decided to watch this film with quiet optimism that it would be 'a good laugh'. However, at some point in the first 15 minutes, my optimism descended into disillusionment and pure shock at how terribly constructed the film was as a whole.The story arch was absolutely atrocious - not just bonkers 'kind of funny', it was ludicrously cringeworthy. One cannot be accused of not appreciating Hill's particular sense of humour after accepting a puppet hamster quite readily at the outset. It made for truly uncomfortable viewing.The true crime of this production however was the waste of talent. Sheridan Smith and Julie Walters, who are brilliant actresses have been truly squandered in this horrific saga to an unbelievable extent. This film serves to prove that Hill works best on television with a live audience. Beyond that, Hill's comedy for formula falls consistently flat on its face.
(us) wrote: Hayride really exceeds its tropes...and this movie utilizes a lot. In the end it is enjoyable. There is a really neat antagonist, good mythos, decent characters and a great 'cover' for the antagonist to work in.
(it) wrote: NOT that shark film with Samuel L Jackson. In fact, it's about as far from that movie as it's possible to be. Set in the suffocating world of post-war London, Rachel Weisz is astonishing in this slow-moving, non-linear telling of her escape from a sexless (but not loveless) marriage into a passionate but also doomed love affair with a damaged, self-centred war veteran.It starts at the end but then takes us on a sometimes bewildering journey through episodes and decisions that brought her to the tragic conclusion. She's sometimes very hard to like, as it is clear that her decisions are a large part in her unhappiness. Caught between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, she may not have an easy way out, but she certainly doesn't find it.Alongside Weisz, Tom Hiddlestone and Simon Russell Beale are terrific. And Terence Davies' simple direction never takes over from the material or the performances. The slowness of his camera movements lead the viewer to focus ever more closely, and pay attention to every nuance.It feels like a long 98 minutes, because every second is loaded and weighty with nuance. Probably not for everyone, but that's their loss.