Two incompatible collegians, impersonating their friends with fake social network ids, find love as they work together for their institute's annual celebrations. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge
Two incompatible collegians, with fake social network ids, are assigned to work together for their institute's annual celebrations.
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Alex K (mx) wrote: I can't think of a dumber movie I've ever seen in my life and I'll watch pretty much anything. The premise seemed ok but the it's like an 8 year old wrote the script... in crayon. Some movies should never be made. This is the worst of those.
Luis C (fr) wrote: was a bit of a letdown since reading what the flick was about, gave me some huge expectations of some crazy shit and ended up getting just a tease of what i was expecting.
Nicholas A (au) wrote: A mesmerizing study of sexual identity, celebrity culture and media moulding. Perhaps a tad too long but a great experiment similar in style to avant garde film makers such as Kenneth Anger etc
Private U (br) wrote: Great thriller with the wonderful Kiefer Sutherland in the lead.
Karin R (kr) wrote: It drags, and the buildup to the action seems out of sync with the comic-book direction the movie generally flows in, with graphically violent panels and arcs, but by the end of the movie, I was sobbing for Creasy. Worth a watch, but not for the faint of heart.
Laurent M (ca) wrote: Powerful queer story, but shot and played like some smelly Derrick episode and way too heavy on the drama.
William F (es) wrote: Does Mikijiro Hira have the most intense eyebrows in the history of cinema? I believe that we may, with the Criterion release of this film, definitively say yes.
Margarita S (it) wrote: Fantastically shot with some very interesting angles. Intelligently scripted. A gritty movie that packs a powerful punch.
Veronique K (nl) wrote: "flamingo road" is joan crawford's another cooperation with director michael curtiz who catapults crawford into the niche of academy award-winning actrress in 1945 for "mildred pierce". and this time crawford teams again with curtiz as well as her mildred pierce co-star zachary scott (midlred's giglo beau monte barragon) to veer her tough dame persona into the field of political drama endorsed by the villainous participation of "maltese falcon"'s sydney greenstreet. at this turn, crawford becomes the astray carnival dancer lane bellamy who aspires to lead a more dignified lifestyle in cozy little town in the south where flamingo road simbolizes the prestige of power and wealth. then lane encounters a sheriff named field who likes to wear buffulo bill hat(zachary scott) when her carnival tent retreats to another town that plants the bud of their romantic chemistry. unfortunately field's top boss titus(greenstreet) wants to take field as his number-one puppet to run for the congress so field's affair with lane has to be terminated at the cost of putting lane away in jail. not intimidated by titus' evil overpower, lane bites her lips tight for survival in lute mae's roadhouse where she bumps into another politcal tycoon dan reynolds who marries her later. thus lane reels into the league of flamingo road to defy titus' merciless dominion, striving on her own to prevent her husband from being framed by this obsese sinister crook whose avarice has no boundary. director curtiz has his little episode to disuade joan crawford from her excessive shoulder paddings, so crawford has milo anderson for her wardrobe in "mildred pierce" and travilla for her clothes here in "flamingo road" instead of her long-term designer adrian who she has adapted since her mgm days in the 30s. and the attempt here to sensualize crawford is blatant with the close-shots of her best asset, the lenghty fair legs of hers to introduce her entrance that is handy to reflect field's covet over lane. curtiz even arranges an insolent juicy jazz tone "if i could be with you one hour tonight" accompanied along by crawford's own husky singing voice to contribute a perfect vehicle for the crawfordian saga. zachary scott made his career highlight in "mildred pierce" as crawford's incestous kept-man with full gears of suave elegance. deprived of male glamour, scott is just another typecasting for spineless romanticist who loves but not courageous enough to fight for the dame. scott gets disposed after the movie runs two out of the thirds, and his character even dies in the same way as mildred pierce with his face downward instead of the upward position. as for sydney greenstreet, he's always good without backfire when he's in the shoes of banality and corruption since his success of "the maltese falcon" if you're ernest admirer of "mildred pierce", you might like "flamingo road" which is composed of all the right ingredients rehashed in the same winsome formula for box-office attraction, but at least it's well-fabricated with talented director, a capable cast, and of course, a charismatic star, joan crawford.
Brad S (jp) wrote: This is the 5th film in the "Thin Man" series, and though I enjoyed it, it's not as strong as some of the earlier films. Powell and Loy have great chemistry and it's fun watching them together. The formula for these films was well established by this point so there wasn't much surprises anymore, but there was a comforting factor to them Worth checking out for fans of classic cinema.
Deepraj K (fr) wrote: a lovely movie featuring comedy and a beautiful touch of romance.