Three slackers living in India, whose names are Prakash, Harry, and Rahul, live a conman-like lifestyle. Rahul is in love with his landlord's daughter, but since he is poor, and has not paid for several months, her father refuses to permit her to marry him. Prakash is in love with Sonia, he marries her, and is all set to live off of his father-in-law, who refuses to give him any money nor take part in the family business. Prakash hits upon a plan to abduct Sonia, demand a hefty ransom, pocket the money, and open his own business. He meets with Rahul and Harry, and together they convince Sonia, who agrees to this plan. Sonia is accordingly kidnapped, and her dad is asked to pay up. The only problem is that Sonia has been abducted by real kidnappers
Prakash (Saif Ali Khan) is a handsome gold digger who thinks he has made it when he woos and subsequently marries Sapna (Sonali Bendre) , only daughter of a rich businessman Mr. Chopra (... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dickson F (fr) wrote: joseph chang performed good, but gwei lunmei seems overacted. story is a bit loose, i just love director yang's last film "Orz Boyz" more.
El M (es) wrote: Awful, awful film. Started off slow with robotic, dull, predictable dialogue, and just got worse. Fair play to the actors, who did a fairly decent, if wooden job with the poor material they had to work with. The direction and editing was confusing at times, with unnecessary cut scenes and almost strobe-like sequences, e.g. the early cocktail party, which you would think would set up the premise of the film, but was shot in 3-4 one minute sequences. Painful. If I could give this film half a star, I would.
Muffin M (de) wrote: In Australia this is known as "Solar Destruction"
PJ S (kr) wrote: I just don't understand the appeal of a reality show about little kids dancing. I just don't getit.
Roberto N (mx) wrote: the documentary part is lost in this cameron trip
Nick E (de) wrote: Mays Gilliam did not attend this years rally against cancer! Is Mays Gilliam for or against Cancer?
Cindy R (au) wrote: awhhh TRISTIN GIVE ME MY DVD BACK!!! youve had it for 4 YEARS NOW!!!
Bass 9 (au) wrote: Everybody comes to Hollywood. They wanna make it in the neighborhood.
Asia J (kr) wrote: Just like with the first movie, I am very shocked at the low rating the movie got from RT official critics. What's your issue with it - it's funny, well acted, has a great plot etc.!
Allan C (de) wrote: From the director of "Ice Pirates" and "Mannequin 2: On the Move" comes this hilariously awful attempt to recreate "ET". A young boy finds a lost (creepy, googly-eyed) little alien and helps him find his parents after they get separated on earth. Like ET, aliens perform healing miracles and the film also features garish product placement. At least the Reeses Pieces in ET were a bit more subtle compared to the musical dance number at McDonalds here, which even feature Ronald McDonald, who's credited in the film as "himself" in the end credits. Jennifer Aniston made her film debut as a dancer during the McDonalds dance sequence, though I couldn't spot her. Nikki Cox also made her film debut as a dancer in that scene too. Creepy character actor Andrew Divoff plays Policeman #2, legendary stuntman Bud Ekins plays Gardner and John Carpenter regular George 'Buck' Flower plays Security Guard. But this film really is awful, though it can certainly be enjoyed ironically because it really is that bad. And I like to think the "We'll be back" title card at the end of the film is mean more as a threat than a reference to a heartwarming sequel.
Tresor T (de) wrote: it makes u wannna stop watching nowadays standups, simply the dopest 2 ever do it
Richard H (ag) wrote: Tried a nostalgic re-run of one of the Jaws rip offs I watched at the cinema in the '70's... could only make the half-way mark, then gave up.
Max M (jp) wrote: Christopher Lee and Richard Pasco investigate a series of murders that take place in the shadow of an abandoned castle, in which all of the victims have turned to stone.Another thoroughly enjoyable and moody horror film from England's legendary Hammer Studios.
Dallin H (mx) wrote: this movie has the worst acting I have ever seen! a 2 year old has better acting than this movie!
Darci M (it) wrote: I cried so much in this movie!!