Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon
Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon is the story of Sanjana (Kareena Kapoor), a girl of today's generation full of life and vibrant ecstasy. She lives life on her own terms and gets very upset when her mother Susheela (Himani Shivpuri), arranges for her to see a boy leading to a marriage prospect.
- Stars:Hrithik Roshan, Kareena Kapoor, Abhishek Bachchan, Johnny Lever, Pankaj Kapur, Raju Srivastava, Vrajesh Hirjee, Kunal Vijaykar, Himani Shivpuri, Reema Lagoo, Upasna Singh, Tanaaz Currim Irani, Himakshi, Dalreen Meyers, Arti Avasthi,
- Director:Sooraj R. Barjatya,
- Writer:Sooraj R. Barjatya
The Kapoor family are very rich Indians who live in India and want their eldest daughter, a girl named Sanjana, to get married to an American-Indian businessman named Prem. Prem is welcomed... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(mx) wrote: It's awarded all these stars for the boobs that appear in the movie and the music...
(mx) wrote: So weak it would struggle to lift its own Crap Christmas Film Awards trophy. Possibly a career low for Patrick Swayze yet certainly the pinnacle of Carmen Electra's. Does entertain the under 10s age group, though.
(ca) wrote: Impresionantes actiaciones y direccin. Buena historia. Las comparaciones con Cuidad de Dios son obvias e inevitables. Si te gust Ciudad de Dios, lo mas probable es que disfrutes esta.
(fr) wrote: More of a documentary on Cynthia McKinney than anything else, this one certainly held more weight during George W.'s reign of this country than it does today. Informative, sure. Interesting, not really.
(kr) wrote: Gratuitous gore, incest, contrived profundities. What's to like?
(au) wrote: Mean Creek is a philosophical view of adolescent revenge, with a fantastic script, an atmospheric tone, and some of the greatest child performances I've ever seen.
(ru) wrote: "Read My Lips" es un fascinante thriller frances con momentos de suspenso, erotismo y romance. Es una pelicula que juega con nuestras expectativas y nos lleva a lugares inusuales. Lo que mas sobresale son las excelentes actuaciones de Emmanuelle Devos y Vincent Cassel (quien generalmente interpreta a tipos rudos y violentos pero que aqui muestra una distinta faceta). El climax de esta cinta es muy ingeniosa y cierra de una manera satisfactoria la historia. Para aquellos buscando una cinta que combina una mujer que lee labios, corrupcion en la industria de la construccion, un ex-convicto y una inusual historia de amor, chequen "Read My Lips", no se arrepentiran.
(ag) wrote: Can anyone tell me what "Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" has to do with this movie?
(mx) wrote: This film showcases the best and worst of masculinity, oftentimes within the same character. The performances, casting, cinematography, and dialogue are startlingly good. The story is mostly great, though the women are pretty severely under-characterized. The editing is the one major flaw in the film, it's mostly passable, but several sequences are pretty rough in their construction and flow. The worst offense is the laughable, mood-murdering closing narration. However, what works in this film works very well. Val Kilmer's last scene in the film is shockingly powerful for both intangible and tangible reasons, chiefly that the scene is impeccably written, photographed, and acted. An underappreciated gem that I'm very glad to have been exposed to. Thanks Sjoerdsma.
(ca) wrote: never got into it if your looking for something like casino this aint it.
(fr) wrote: Perhaps for once, the protagonists in a teenage date movie are smart responsible young adults, Cameron Crowe's oddly-titled directorial debut was a breath of fresh air but it since has become outmoded and dull.
(au) wrote: River Phoenix really was quite good in this film.
(ru) wrote: Malibu Express is the first in the Triple B series from director Andy Sidaris. If you haven't seen one of these films, they basically boil down to these elements: guns, action, boobs, and so bad that it's good acting & dialogue. These movies are treasures for anyone who loves bad movies. The story centers on this cowboy who lives on his boat and can't shoot anything, but he gets caught up in a mystery after the death of one of the people he's investigating. To be fair, this is not my favorite of the Andy Sidaris films that I've seen. As far as bad movies go, it's mediocre, but it does have some great unintentionally funny moments. I recommend you see it though. It's a part of the Guns, Girls and G-Strings collection on DVD.
(gb) wrote: My new favorite Hammer film, full review soon.
(fr) wrote: Brilliantly acted and even a little campy at times due to cliche, Torn Curtain is a wonderful politically charged Cold War thriller. Paul Newman's double agent is astounding, as is Julie Andrews's puzzled love interest.
(au) wrote: A comedy where its parts are greater than its sum. The actual 'dinner' part of the story is simply a device to give the movie legs and when we finally get there it feels like an after thought. That said, the comedians that inhabit this piece all contribute some very funny, very memorable laughs.
(ru) wrote: not as big and loud as other bonds. The slow title track doesn't help.
(au) wrote: It took me a long time to finally read John Green's bestselling novel, The Fault in Our Stars. My life was intimately touched by cancer a couple years ago, so I needed time to become emotionally ready to read the tragic tale. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that the book was not the tear-jerking cancer story I feared it would be. Yes, it is about kid's with cancer, but the book is more a bittersweet once in a lifetime kind of love story. The genuine characters, sharp writing, and deeper questions of mortality and legacy made for a very strong novel.Fortunately the film adaptation of the novel remains true to the book and manages to capture much of the magic from the text. The film follows Hazel (Shailene Woodley), a teenager who is fighting a terminal case of cancer. She is on an experimental medication that keeps her disease at bay, but she will eventually succumb to her illness. An only child, Hazel spends her days reading, attending college classes, or watching T.V. with her parents. At the insistence of her mother, Hazel finds herself at a weekly support group for critically ill teens.It is at these meetings that Hazel meets Augustus Waters (Ansel Elgort), a lanky, attractive, former high school basketball star who lost a leg to cancer. The two form an immediate connection, and we watch as their young love blossoms. They bond over Hazel's favorite book, An Imperial Affliction, and obsess about the book's ending, or lack thereof. Their curiosity leads them to contact the book's author, Peter Van Houten (Willem Defoe), and even travel to Amsterdam to visit with him. A plot twist near the end brings their entire relationship into question and forces the two to face realities neither of them are prepared for.The two leading actors expertly portray the humor, angst, and wonder of two young people falling in love. The stellar performances by each member of the cast helps to elevate what could easily be a cheesy Lifetime Channel romance story into something more. Laura Dern as Hazel's overprotective mother, does a particularly fantastic job as a woman facing the possibility of losing her only daughter. Cancer is a difficult subject to talk about and can easily become morbid and cliche. This film approaches the subject with a respectful lightness and humor, making the tragic elements easier to stomach. There are a couple minor changes from the book, but none of them have a negative effect on the story. Fans of the novel will be pleased that this adaptation maintains the romance, hope, sadness and wit of Green's story.