This is a story about an architect Raj Malhotra. While he was a top student in his school and college days, he is not having much luck finding work, clients or projects. All he does seems to go wrong. Raj goes to a gypsy named Haseena Bano Jann who advises him that his luck is not good and he needs a lucky charm or a person who can change his life.
- Stars:Shahid Kapoor, Vidya Balan, Vishal Malhotra, Om Puri, Himani Shivpuri, Haidar Ali, Shehnaz Anand, Juhi Chawla, Karanvir Bohra, Amit Varma, Dimple Sharma, Hyder Ali, Boman Irani, Shah Rukh Khan,
- Director:Aziz Mirza,
- Writer:Sanjay Chhel, Sai Kabir (screenplay), Ashish Kariya (dialogue), Rahila Mirza (story), Vibha Singh (screenplay)
A luckless architect discovers a social activist to be his lucky charm. Unfortunately, she's protecting the community center he's aiming to win a contract to tear down. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(mx) wrote: Seriously one of the most inspiring movies I have ever seen. No one could have better portrayed Steve Jobs than did Ashton Kutcher. A phenomenal tribute to a remarkable man.
(us) wrote: This movie is TRASH. Nothing about this is redeemable. Terrible songs, pretty much all the songs lead to nothing, horrible comedy, etc. it's not the worst movie I ever saw, but darn, this movie was offal. It feels more like a jukebox rather than movie. That's it's fatal flaw. It's nothing but singing with small blobs of story in it. If the songs led to the story or there were less, or even if it was possible to listen to without your ears grating, this definitely would of been a lot better. Heck, it might even be decent.This movie has potential, but fails miserably.
(fr) wrote: "Like an episode of Band of Brothers with zombies" says the quote on the front of the DVD case. Overstating it somewhat, I'm afraid. At least this film has a plot and - shock horror! - Nazi zombies! Cue the usual excessive number of head shots and, intriguingly, an equally excessive number of fistfights with zombie Nazis. Yeah, that was an odd thing to acclimatise to. Zombies look good, there's a bit of production value but it's not nearly amusing/serious enough for it to be rated any higher - the main issue here is the script, it's trying to be Outpost but falls well wide of the mark. I'm happy to report however that this is another film with a Rickman-style plummet from a vast height, so I can't really grumble too much.
(de) wrote: I kept thinking, man the people in this movie are stupid. Really bad movie.
(ru) wrote: Dur d'tre objectif quand on a passer un si bon tournage
(kr) wrote: Love Jack Nicholson in this, he's brilliant. The film, while at times sad and touching, has a number of genuinely funny moments.
(kr) wrote: Real different story line ,kept us old people interested!
(kr) wrote: "He needed to trust her with his secret. She needed to trust him with her life." A dazzling and seriously intense romantic spy thriller that's as suspenseful as it gets. Shining Through is a hypnotizing blend of romance and war, a genuine and utterly smooth World War 2 film that really has it all. A spellbinding and endlessly enjoyable war film, an edge of your seat, top notch, exhilarating and searingly engaging film. It's realistic, well done, expertly crafted and really keeps you watching for the duration. It's not overly sappy and not overdone, it's a genuine mixture of romance and war. Shining Through is a tense and absolutely spellbinding story of romance, trust, deception, espionage and the power of the enduring human spirit.. It's a supremely clever and rock-solid World War 2 film that deals in the dangerous world of espionage, the gripping storyline takes place against the lavish backdrop of America on the brink of war and the hellish backdrop of Hitlers Nazi-fueled capital city of Berlin, Germany. A romantic spy thriller that traps the viewer into a seductive love story that's wrapped around a searingly amazing story of bravery and trust. Shining Through is the big screen adaptation of the novel by the same name, Director David Seltzer and company did a masterful job of transitioning the pages of the book to tue big screen. It will engulf you in a trance of amazement and entertainment, a highly enjoyable piece of excellent filmmaking. Michael Douglas is great throughout in a humorless and subdued performance, he makes it work and is a pleasure to watch. Melanie Griffith makes the film in my opinion, she is truly spectacular throughout. Liam Beeson never disappoints and gives anothee brilliant villainous performance. Excellent acting all around.
(mx) wrote: The pompadour is reason enough to watch this :)
(us) wrote: I'm generally not a fan of most sketch comedy and this is another reason why. I turned it off half way through.
(es) wrote: Every movie by Fellini that I see just gets weirder than the one before it. I've read that this is the last great film he made, that his later work got so bizarre that even his most loyal fans thought it was too much. But still, this is a great movie that I know I'll watch again in the near future.
(it) wrote: Brilliant. Probably my favourite Laurel and Hardy.
(jp) wrote: Justice League: Doom is an interesting take on Batman's abilities and how he can trump the super-beings of the world. It brings to light many questions of the rights and wrongs of the super-beings and does it in very creative ways.