The wealthy Malhotra family consists of dad, Vikram, his wife, and son, Raj. They would like Raj to get married to their friend, Ishwarchand Mangatram Gore's only U.S. based daughter, Simran. But Raj is intent on finding his very own soul-mate - which he does in his sister's tutor, Asha, who comes from a poor family, and is refusing to accept any advances from him. On the other hand, Simran too refuses to marry Raj, as she is in love with Sameer, an up-coming singer. When Simran is summoned to India, and introduced to Raj, both plan to get their marriage canceled, and succeed. While both attempt to woo their sweethearts, they find that Sameer is Asha's betrothed. Both Simran and Raj must now come up with a plan so separate the two - and thus marry the partners of their choice.
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Sherree D (br) wrote: Boring. Like when something sounds funny but it's not.
Nathan C (gb) wrote: It Wasn't the best to begin with...I am no Ice Age Fan.First Was Excellent,Second Was not as good,Third got more ridiculous,This was the worst!Score: 2/10
Jon M (fr) wrote: if you are a beer drinker that actually enjoys theory beer, then definitely check this movie out. its a great insight into the beer industry and the revolution of craft beers.if you are a light beer drinker than watch this movie and see all the great beers you're missing out on by being fed what is supposedly good by the big three when it's really just piss water
Tyler N (kr) wrote: A really shitty movie, but judging from the poster and the name, it's not like you could expect much. The plot is ridiculous and unbelievable, even for a kids movie. There's nothing really interesting about the characters. They just seem annoying. If you have a REALLY young kid, then this might be a film to consider, but there are a lot of better choices out there.
Tanvir M (br) wrote: A very good high school noir, reminding me of the cult favorite- Brick. It brings out the darkness behind the glitz and glamour, a perfect antidote to the cloying taste of High School Musical series!
Ken G (au) wrote: This is a solid film. It is exactly what independent cinema should be. Real characters and a clever original story. Midlothia is funny and tense and a real ride. I rented this film because the story looked good and I was not disappointed. The movie involves three long time friends in the middle of nowhere and a girl. One of the characters has a secret and when it gets out all hell breaks loose. It's a story everyone can relate to, I would suggest this film to any one. A++
Laura D (au) wrote: i wanna see all of them..
Noah C (ag) wrote: iffy ... everyone seems to love it because its about AIDS but ... it's not that good
Camille L (br) wrote: Les ZAZ ont fait bien mieux que ce RUTHLESS PEOPLE, qui n'est pas assez constant dans la mechancete jubilatoire et qui parfois subit des baisses de rythme terribles. Dommage car les acteurs sont excellents et la bande-son tres efficace. Pour une fois chez les ZAZ, c'est bien le scenario et la mise en scene qui font defaut...
Dean M (mx) wrote: The world's most famous rev-head racing in the world's most famous endurance race - count us in. On paper Le Mans was a cracking idea: Hollywood's hottest star, fresh from The Thomas Crown Affair, showing off his Bullitt trained driving skills in a pseudo-documentary style travelogue of the epic French road race. The execution, however, is similar to watching... well, cars driving around in circles for 24 hours. As a snapshot of a filmmaking era it still fascinates and McQueen is always easy on the eye but the longeurs of the race can't be outrun. Gentlemen, switch off your engines.
Evan H (ag) wrote: such a great movie with great performances by Mcqueen and Wood
Byron B (fr) wrote: This movie is made up of three segments all starring Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni.In the first, Loren plays Adelina, a woman who feels more well when she is pregnant than when she is not. It's a very funny story about using pregnancy to avoid jail time. The segment is about some serious societal issues like private debt, collectors, not practicing birth control, the poor's ability to afford child care, and neighborhood charity. It is all presented in a humorous fashion. And this segment seems to contain the most of De Sica's neo-realist style.In the second, Loren plays Anna in a short head-scratching bit that I felt pulled the whole movie down. Most of it is shot in a car and being so short the characters are not given the chance to develop much.In the third, Loren plays Mara, a prostitute. Mastroianni is a wealthy, but childish, excitable client. An old woman lives next door and her grandson has come to visit before going away to school to become a priest. He innocently falls for Mara with no idea of what she is and changes his mind about going to seminary. Mara and the old woman exchange angry words and then eventually arrange a deal. If she can help convince the young man to still go away to become a priest, she will be abstinent for a week. Mastroianni keeps on being interrupted in his sessions with Mara and is just along for the ride. This segment is also rather funny at times.
Darren S (kr) wrote: Implausible noir in need of a plot-ectomy. Entertaining nonetheless with a few good lines (??There are worse things than murder. You can kill someone an inch at a time.??)
Loyal D (ag) wrote: Hulk Hogan is a classic in this movie. Overall it isn't as bad as critics say it is. If it was made in 1989 and I'm watching it in 2013 than it must be decent. Some of the best one liners in wrestling history are in this movie!
Tommaso D (kr) wrote: One of the best performances from Edward Norton leads this thought-provoking and engaging story that digs into the processes that bring men to become racists, as well as into those that defeat racism.
Angelo Dean B (kr) wrote: 3 Stars!Simple, Funny and Authentic!