Miss Lovely

Miss Lovely

A meeting with a struggling actress (Niharika Singh) gives a mild-mannered filmmaker (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) the idea to break away from his controlling brother (Anil George) and direct a feature of his own.

A Hindi feature film set in the lower depths of Bombay's "C" grade film industry. Miss Lovely follows the devastating story of two brothers who produce sleazy horror films in the mid-1980s. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Miss Lovely torrent reviews

Aaditya A (de) wrote: PART FACT. PART FICTION. PURE FUN.

Kevin C (mx) wrote: An interesting and important Doc with more than a few hard to watch spots. There have been a ton of docs covering the same material but this one has some different points to make.

Jeannie K (it) wrote: This is a wonderful movie about love and sacrifice. Makes you appreciative of everything you have in life. Makes me cry every time I see it. Great, even after multiple views.

Trevor W (de) wrote: It takes a while to get used to its sense of humor, but Wet Hot American Summer is funnier as seen as a parody of itself, not necessarily the common tropes it attempts to parody.

Anatoly S (us) wrote: Guy, if there's one thing you learn tonight, I hope it's this - the shit ain't over till the last record spins.

Michael T (nl) wrote: Derek Flint is back and the production values are better. The president is replaced by a double as part of a scheme to overthrow the male-dominated government of the United States by a cabal of rich feminists (replace a patriarchy with a matriarchy). Flint's boss (Lee J. Cobb again) suspects something is amiss and sends in the greatest secret agent in the world. Flint suspects a high-placed mole in U.S. intelligence and ends up in Moscow trying to find the man's identity before hijacking a Soviet airliner bound for Cuba to infiltrate the...well, if you are interestested watch the film. Coburn is, as usual, very cool but surprisingly funny as he delivers deadpan comic lines.

Al P (ca) wrote: We go a long WAY BACK.

Augustine H (fr) wrote: The story is playful (like the motor cycle riding, the fight at the riverside) and plain. There are slight sorrow and romance at the end as well.

Mark T (jp) wrote: Highly enjoyable horror anthology made for TV in the early 90s.

Carlos M (mx) wrote: A seminal classic of horror by master Alfred Hitchcock, with some of the most memorable iconic scenes in the history of Cinema. Tense, horrific and a superb lesson in filmmaking, it offers well-constructed characters, a lot of revealing dialogue and a huge regard for details.

Liam M (gb) wrote: 8.5/10An exceptional take on a Muppets movie that was full of laughs and many outstanding songs. The Muppets also added a few new characters that fit right in with the fun and made the movie very enjoyable throughout. An awesomely enjoyable good time.

Jeff B (br) wrote: Before indulging in the star-studded prequel series now available on Netflix, revisit the offbeat laugh-riot that started it all. Written by Michael Showalter from MTV's sketch comedy series The State, this '80s-set comedy cast such (then) relatively unknown actors as Paul Rudd, Bradley Cooper, Amy Poehler, Elizabeth Banks and Christopher Meloni. In fact, when the cameras started rolling, the film's biggest stars included Janeane Garofalo (Reality Bites) and David Hyde Pierce (NBC's Frasier). The end result of this talented bunch banding together starts out parodying camp comedies such as 1979's Meatballs and 1993's Indian Summer, while skewering teen sex dramas such as 1982's The Last American Virgin before going off in an absurd and downright hilariously bonkers direction all of its own. In this R-rated comedy set on the last day of camp in the hot summer of 1981, a group of counselors (Garofalo, et al) try to complete their unfinished business before the day ends. Off-putting at first because you don't expect it, the movie's sense of humor proves to be a slow reveal. The craziness kicks in more and more as the story progresses. Indeed, when this comedy begins, Wet Hot American Summer feels little more than a harmless send-up. Once the training wheels come off, however, it's a runaway train of left field sight gags and bizarre character arcs that take the audience in an uproariously daffy wild ride. Give yourself over to it and you'll be laughing at some of the jokes a week later - that's a promise. Thankfully, the flick slowly amassed such a groundswell of fan adulation through home video and downloads that it became a cult classic. Now is the time to belly laugh and see why.Bottom line: American Standard