Ajay Chandra, a hard working and ambitious young man, who dreams of bigger things than a small job. He has dreams of starting his own business. One day he meets Aruna at a friends wedding and slowly fall in love. Aruna is daughter of a very successful lawyer. Ajay uses his rich friend's car, apartment etc. to impress Aruna's family, in the hope that he will succeed in his own business before they are married. However, Ajay falls prey to the cut throat competion in business and loses all his investment. He discloses everything to Aruna. Aruna is sympathetic to Ajay and loves him for what he is. However, Aruna's lawyer dad turns down the marriage proposal and starts to prosecute Ajay for business fraud. Through his hard work and support from Aruna and his mother, Ajay is able to correct the wrong doings and is able to win over Aruna's father.
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John S (nl) wrote: Really good documentary if you like urban legends. It tells you some of the history of them. I really enjoyed watching it.
Patty S (mx) wrote: Guardians is a visually spended and witty film, full of james gunn tropes that will keep fans of his films happy while sharing his talent with a wider audience. But with a revenge plot lifted from star trek and several under developed villains, keep this film from being something truly amazing.
Isabelle S (au) wrote: really interresting!!! Great Acting !! We dive in a reality and culture unknown
Gun (ru) wrote: Let me list all the things that was terribly done about this movie:* The acting. No comment.* The dialog. Who tries to say "cool" things all the time after they find someone die? Very unrealistic lines there Mr Animal Control Guy.* The animation of the "killer eel". Looked more like something from disney. The donkey from Shrek is a lot scarier. (Seriously, it is.)* The characters. Stupid, stupid, STUPID!* The death scenes. See above.I don't know what bothered me most actually, the stupid ending or the fact that this movie has a burping eel. (No I'm not kidding.)
Kieran T (ru) wrote: cute, and I'm not just talking about Jenna Fischer
Adam R (it) wrote: (First and only viewing - 11/26/2012)
Patrick L (ru) wrote: James Sanford, John J. Puccio and Chuck Rudolph are "offensively stupid" whereas this film is something of a minor discovery. It felt like it was ripped from the headlines but there was nothing to suggest that it was based on a true story, therefore the subjectiveness of it might be what is troubling these alleged movie reviewers? I was more troubled by the depiction of the different cultures in this film but not being overly familiar with Thailand, perhaps there is nothing wrong or overly simplistic in the this film's depiction of the people and their justice system? A fairly well paced film with the somewhat optimistic ending. I enjoyed it.
Asif K (fr) wrote: i honestly didn't knew about this one but my friend ... booklover11 ... loves it
Nate T (gb) wrote: Amusing rom-com, musical. Sinatra's first starring role...
Guy G (jp) wrote: [85/B+] This is a tense and grim espionage thriller, that deserves a better reputation, or at least some kind of a reputation at all. The film's obscure title may have contributed to its disappearance into critical oblivion, which is too bad, because its substantial inner workings and elements are all used to very strong effect. Morituri's splendid black-and-white cinematography, for which it was nominated for an Academy Award, creates an uneasy moodiness that amplifies the stark choices and necessities of the characters, particularly Brando, who delivers a finely understated performance as a detached German conscientious objector who is forced into the situation, and must rely on his wits alone to survive. Brynner is also extremely potent as a tough German captain, whose ship is the object of the secret plan. This movie is low on kinetic action, but high on characterization and dramatic tension, and ably captures the often disquieting ways and means of the espionage game.
Deke P (us) wrote: Only remember seeing bits of it on tv about 1953 or so. Didn't appreciate it much then. But i see a lot of kids with Green hair these days. Don't like that either.
Nathan M (de) wrote: Powered by Douglas and Damon, Soderbergh crafts a moving and fascinating story that utilizes the tropes of the "entertainer" genre to tell a uniquely human story.
CJ H (es) wrote: While I can appreciate what this movie means to the generation before mine, I can't really say that I enjoyed my time Dirty Dancing. Besides Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey's puppy love romance, there's nothing else to really like. The pointless dancing even gets old by the end of the flick.
Dan B (mx) wrote: I'm a 65 year old grandfather. I purchased this movie on DVD. I thought it was good then but because of the much better directing and acting it is hard to give it a better rating. I just recently watched this movie. I didn't know it had been rereleased.
Jess M (jp) wrote: Better than 3 stars, but not by much. It's pretty much just about a bunch of guys cheating on their wives, which makes it hard to relate to most of the characters. There's some comedy intertwined...
jwasu r (es) wrote: Heartwarming and Irish. Beautiful scenery and great little story.