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Jasrick J (au) wrote: Mohit (ayushmann) is a genius in marketing and he has a great love life happening with Mayera (sonam) who is a financial professional. They work hard and enjoy also the same. However, trouble comes in the form of Mayera??s father Sehgal (rishi) who strongly believes that a rich man can keep his daughter happy. To add to the woes, Mohit loses his job due to recession. What happens after that forms the rest.The director has come up with a routine storyline and while the presentation was rich, the narrative was the strength. The dialogues were witty and intelligent. The script was average but the screenplay made it lot better. The background score was melodious but songs were not impressive. Cinematography was efficient. Editing was crisp. Costumes were well designed to suit the trends and fashion while the art department was appealing. Ayushmann gave a confident performance and he was excellent at few places. Sonam Kapoor has improved more in performance and did well. Rishi Kapoor was fabulous as usual. Gurpal Singh was usual while Pratap was neat. Others didn??t get much scope.The theme of girl??s father playing the villain in a love story is age old but what matters is the way the whole thing has been woven and adding it with entertainment. In this film, the first half goes on the lighter note with elements of comedy, some romance and dance. The interval bang was interesting and the second half was filled with some energy. Of course, the ending could have been filled with some twists. Still, the film has enough for the audience to enjoy within the two hours. Overall the film is a simple,sweet, slice of film that is cliched, but people who enjoy romcoms will lap at this film.3.25/5*
Jamey D (ru) wrote: I don't know about you guys, but the visuals from the photos alone just freak me out. They're some of the creepiest stuff I've seen in a while, and I'm almost tempted to gouge my eyes out after seeing them. I mean, I have no problems with scary material for kids, but if it's scary for the right reasons. The visual design of this movie is scary for all the WRONG reasons. They LOOK like they came from Mars, and that's not a compliment.I may be counting on visiting Mars myself before I see this movie, and I will definitely visit Mars before watching this movie a lot, unless I die first.
Sarah T (ag) wrote: One of the best movies ever. I cannot understand these poor ratings. The violence has context. The acting and storyline were amazing. Had me intrigued the entire time
Nick G (es) wrote: An 87 minute waste of time. The story had so much potential and to have such a quality cast with perhaps some of the worst directing and dialogue is just aggravating to the viewer.
Matt A (us) wrote: Couldn't suffer through more than 25 minutes of this one. With the title and synopsis, you'd expect a lot more high-speed car action. Sadly, it's so lacking, and the rest of the story is painful to watch. Don't waste your time...
David S (ag) wrote: ajale! aplicando las tcnicas de conversin de los Sacerdotes Catlicos que llegaron a Amrica a mediados del siglo pasado?bueno, si funciono esa vez, porque no ahora?
Dillon H (it) wrote: It's a film I watched early in my teen years that has stuck with me ever since much like American Pie.
Jamie T (fr) wrote: Amusing caper comedy from Peter Ustinov, who stars and co-wrote the script (and, I'm guessing, may have helped with the direction). The story: a con-artist and financial wizard decides to fleece a corporation by becoming its resident computer guru and setting up bogus companies all over Europe, then pocketing the corporation's subsidies. It's a film which couldn't be made now, in large part due to the advances of technology; the computer in question is one of those room-filling, tape-spool-spinning models that were superseded even by HAL 9000 the same year this came out--but no matter. This computer, the M-505, relies for security on, it would appear, a blue light. No, it isn't made any clearer in the film, but it's no great matter. Ustinov's caper is clever enough to breeze past this.Ustinov himself is quite funny, as one of those rogues whom the audience can see right through but who manages to skate right past any obstacle; Maggie Smith, in an uncharacteristic role, plays his flighty secretary who first marries him, then, in a final twist, saves his skin. She proves to be quite delightful. Karl Malden is good value as an affably foolish CEO, constantly gulping tranquilizers, while Bob Newhart complements him well as his repressed subordinate (with the impossibly satirical name of Willard C. Gnatpole). Robert Morley has a great cameo as a computer expert and moth enthusiast whose name and position Ustinov appropriates; Cesar Romero has a cameo as a Brazilian customs inspector, who memorably upbraids Malden over a can of instant coffee.The script by Ustinov and Ira Wallach was nominated for an Oscar, and deservedly so; it's bright and clever, and wastes little time in setting up the situation while also boasting likable, and, for a farce, reasonably believable characters. Eric Till's direction is fairly basic, with a few witty touches (which, again, I suspect Ustinov heavily influenced); it's perfectly adequate nonetheless. The technical aspects are all perfectly adequate, the computer being delightfully dated.HOT MILLIONS was an unexpected critical success at the time, and that it has fallen into obscurity is a shame. It's a warm and funny film, and one which treats computers with as much, or even more, intelligence as Hollywood generally has since.
Celeste M (ca) wrote: Such an awesome and funny movie!!!!!!!
Leonard D (jp) wrote: We have gone from a badass killing machine from Okinawa, to a Beverly Hills 90210 pretty boy who tries to act tough!? And the main villain being a smartass toxic waste dumper with a ponytail? $#%*?:& really!? I was able to take Joe Pescipo's character from "Sidekicks" more seriously than this! Hey, at least it's not the atrocity which turned out to be The Next Karate Kid!