Munna is an orphan brought up by an ageing chorus dancer Michael in a Mumbai chawl. The boy grows up idolising Michael Jackson. To realise his dream of grooving like the King of Pop, he even agrees to tutor a hoodlum, Mahindar Fauji. Their bromance turns ugly when both end up falling in love with Deepika aka Dolly.
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(us) wrote: It seems the UK always does a good job when it comes to Zombie films and this feels like a torch bearer for the "28 days later" franchise. The "zombies" are quite well thought out for once and the fungus may make more sense than the vurrently popular virus angle. The world-building is solid and the lead actor does a great job with a complicated role. It's quite chilling in places and makes the children the scariest factors. The ending is surpisingly intelligent and a welcome change of pace. Definitely worth a look for anyone growing tired of the Walking Dead who would like a complete story told within 2 hours.
(us) wrote: Good sequel that is just as good as the prequel.
(ag) wrote: Didn't see the point of any of this film
(de) wrote: this was one odd fucking movie that had so much wasted talent and a dope soundtrack
(es) wrote: Wow this is bad. This one didn't even last 10 minutes.
(au) wrote: [font=Century Gothic][size=1]I liked the story on this movie but i was kinda creeped out by the girl. [/size][/font]
(ag) wrote: The Three Gorges Dam project has been the subject of controversy for decades. While it represents the transition of China into the modern world, it also represents the problematic past that China has failed to move on from. "Up the Yangtze" is a wonderful documentary that takes a look at both sides of the conflict from multiple viewpoints. The film follows a young man and women as they work on the "Farewell Cruise" - a boat that took spectators down the Yangtze River before everything was lost to the flooding by the dam. What I loved about this documentary was how it worked on multiple levels. While the impact of the Three Gorges Dam was certainly at the forefront of the project, the documentary also took time to analyze a variety of themes such as consumer society, youth culture, and globalization in Modern China. Some documentaries become rather narrow in their approach, but not "Up the Yangtze". It provides a lot of substance without sacrificing the purpose. Highly-recommended viewing.
(us) wrote: I generally try to avoid stand-up comedians, because most of them are vile and completely humorless. Not the case with Demetri Martin. While he's not entirely family friendly, he's clean enough that you can watch him in mixed company without being uncomfortable. And he's genuinely funny and witty, which is quite refreshing. I wish I had watched this sooner.
(ag) wrote: I'm only giving this more than 1 star because I really like Adrian Paul and think he's a much better Duncan MacLeod than Christopher Lambert. That being said, I am a fan of the movies and the series. This one fell really flat and the ending was a huge let-down.
(us) wrote: Watching this film, i attempted to turn off my fan mode and switch on my film viewing mode in an attempt to see how the film performed. This film is the start of Goldie Hawn's career wind down in which many films of hers after this were both commerical and critical bombs. The Out of Towner's has some humorous moments, but fails to deliver anything that's original and that the audience hasn't already been exposed to.
(jp) wrote: Are you ready to see full douche Stiller. The Heartbreak Kid is about a man thinks he just married the perfect woman only to discover that she is a terrible person for him - just in time he meets the perfect woman. Ben Stiller's character in this movie is such a dick and such a big tool that I couldn't get into his character at all, i mean his the main character of the film and I should be cheering him on, but what went in my mind during the movie was "Just Die". Malin Akerman plays the annoying crazy wife that started off alright at the first, but then out of nowhere she turns into a crazy psycho wife. This movie has unlikable characters and a lazy cliche script.
(es) wrote: Gladiator is great fun, and considering how few truly great sword and sandal epics there are now, I would definitely recommend it.
(us) wrote: An enjoyable and quirky 80s flick that still entertains 20 year later. The cast, including Patrick Dempsey, who I often bash on, was great! The actresses playing the sisters, especially Jennifer Connelly and Sheila Kelley, were especially charming.
(it) wrote: A profanity-riddled mess that was way too talky for the first half and tiresomely repetitive for the last half.
(nl) wrote: Very weird campy movie. Is Santa Jesus?
(fr) wrote: jean harlow final film sadly, and ok so they used a body double at the end, but that cant take away the true wonderful spark that she gave. The chemisty between her and gable is pure electric, i just love Harlow, she died far too young and was in a league of her own in the 30's saratoga is a film which gave her a more upper class look, she just works the film brilliantly, ok so you know she will end up with gable but who cares. the scene with her smoking is a classic..
(mx) wrote: The plot is very familiar, but keep in mind, in 1934 it was not an often used one, and it is rarely done as well as in Manhattan Melodrama. You can't beat the terrific cast - Myrna Loy, William Powell, Clark Gable, even Mickey Rooney in a small early role. The usual top notch MGM production, excellent screenplay, great score. A wonderful film. Interesting trivia, this is the movie John Dillinger was watching on the night he was killed exiting the theater.
(fr) wrote: It's rough around the edges, but Coffy is still a wholly enjoyable blaxploitation feast. It may not have the same type of b-movie guilty pleasure as similar movies, because it's actually a decent film on its own right, with interesting characters and an attention-demanding performance by Pam Grier. Too bad her horrendous Jamaican accent is ridiculous. Not a big deal though.
(gb) wrote: There is a great deal of hate and criticism towards this movie, with good reason. I do not understand why Halle Berry wanted to do this movie, her reputation as a former Oscar winner cannot benefit from doing movies like Swordfish, Die Another Day, and this. I do understand why Halle Berry landed the role of the confident Catwoman clad in all black, but that is only half of the role. Berry flounders as her secret identity of Patience Phillips, who is a meek struggling graphic designer nerd shoved in a cubicle. The two-sided character of Catwoman could make for a complex hero and anti-hero, but heavy-handed storytelling ruins that too. The movie implies that there was a long line of women throughout the ages selected for a double life of power and freedom. The movie neglects to play up this interesting concept. How the main character earns that privilege, the transfer of that power, and how she learns about her new abilities fall short. These important plot elements are all lazy, flat, and shameless exposition. The overbearing soundtrack makes it seem like this is all a bad second-rate Destiny's Child music video. Scenes with her male love interest are particularly painful and feel like a daytime soap opera. Making the character scarf down fish, hating rain, and hissing at dogs is also too much, even for humorous relief. The villain role played by Sharon Stone is dull. She appears to be thinking manipulative corporate type of villain. She plans to release addictive cosmetics that slowly destroy people without continuing its use. Suddenly, in a plot hole the size of Texas, she reveals that the same toxic cosmetics made her superhuman and feel no pain. Poor decision-making by the director along with the Halle Berry's lack of acting range kill this movie. I will stick with Michelle Pfeiffer's Catwoman, thank you.
(us) wrote: not the best of the series