The film Kushti is the story of a small village in Northern India where wrestling is a popular sport and an important wrestling match is held every year. Ever year rivals Avtar Singh (Sharat Saxena) and Jiten Singh (Om Puri) try to beat each other in the wrestling match and gain the trusteeship of the village. Rama (Rajpal Yadav) plays the role of a village simpleton and a post-master. It filled with misunderstandings and misconceptions, of hidden identities and secret love-affairs and the outcome is simply hilarious. The movie begins to take a turn when a certain someone delivers a secret package in the wrong hands. Especially someone, who is bound to take advantage and manipulate the real owner of the package.
Fernando P (jp) wrote: Hated this film. Worthless garbage. Don't bother!
Carroll H (ca) wrote: Good sci-fi concept. Movie is much better that the critics reviews, and like Teresa Palmer's kick-ass performance ... suspect that casting is a bit off, and directing has a few flaws, but Olyphant is his classic self, and Teresa is a nice surprise ...
Robert B (kr) wrote: Yet another Australian film made for the critics and not the audience. Slow, predictable, uninspiring - just another 'little' film that will be forgotten. I doubt it made more than $100 at the box office. Yes the performances were good, yes it was well shot, but come on, give the audience a reason to get excited about this. The ending felt tacked on and out of place compared with the tone of the rest of the rest of the film. Why do we always make films that only the critics want to see?
Mirah W (fr) wrote: I thought this was such a wonderful movie...the actors portraying the autistic twins did an amazing job...an incredible story of love and perseverance.
Ifeatu A (us) wrote: very interesting movie i love it.
Angelica N (fr) wrote: I cant stand Jean-Claude Van Damme
Ms Amanda J (mx) wrote: I actually almost love this movie. I mistook it for a family film after seeing a still of Kevin Bacon on a bicycle in a kids magazine. Little did I know the movie was a drama involving the mostly boring but sometimes (dangerously) exciting lives of bike messengers. I was strangely drawn to it. I also love the Gypsy's Theme from the soundtrack, and it accompanied the scenes perfectly.
Darron P (us) wrote: An awful film, but I love awful films
Matt B (ru) wrote: Happy Birthday To Me is another teen slasher that is too slow and sloppy for its own good. The pace seems to be a direct result of the underwritten and simultaneously overwritten plot. What I mean by this is that the movie seemingly has no leg to stand on but in the final scenes unleashes a slew of hilariously absurd plot details. There's some well orchestrated death scenes that are not overly graphic but I wasn't digging this one. Always see for yourself!
Eric K (de) wrote: My dad loved this movie.
Chris C (ru) wrote: Funny, charming and inspirational, Shall We Dance delivers a talented well-rounded cast including Richard Gere and Jennifer Lopez.
Patrick L (mx) wrote: This movie's dvd includes several special features with unusual titles and they are not necessarily very interesting to watch though they are connected to the movie and its premise. Adoration is a unique, interesting, strange film of a boy who does a class presentation in which he reveals that his dad was a terrorist (later we find out that this is an assignment that is fictionalized with the encouragement of the teacher who later proves to be the former wife of his dad). He then goes online and has conversations with people who are under the impression that this story of his is true. In reality, his father and his mother died in a car accident due to inattentiveness by the father; the boy was told by his grandfather that the father had intended to kill his wife. A suspenseful film. 9/10