The life story of a young man who has been pursuing an impossible love with his straight boyfriend and contemplating on the mortality of his loved ones.
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Simon D (de) wrote: I won't say this review will be a spoiler because what I will reveal is evident from the start of the film but if, like me, you prefer to know nothing about a film before watching it, then don't read this till after. What a cop out!! Vikram leads to believe that the big reveal will be spectacular all the way through the film, embarrassing and humiliating the gullible weirdos who commit themselves to Kumare, instead he get's scared, and offers them an easy way out by making out that the experiment was to show people that they all have a "guru inside themselves" which is just more mystical bollocks that they can subscribe to in the face of potential humiliation. The fact is that Kumare used these idiots to prove how easy it is to become a fraud and make lots of money from idiots. The film starts by showing other frauds in action. There is no mistake that this is what the film was about and it is nothing more than a cop out that he didn't have the balls to stand up and tell his simpleton followers this. Cop out!on a lighter note, as a movie, it's not too bad, interesting idea.
Joshua D (au) wrote: It has some nice animation--but the writing is a self-indulgent, unfocused mess. Was Ari Folman surrounded by nothing but yes-men who couldn't speak English?
Cat B (jp) wrote: Not one of Scooby Doo's best, but might as well add it to the watch list!
Emilie B (nl) wrote: I should have known better that when Master P decided to add "director" to his resume not to rent this one. Katt is usually funny, but this movie must've been made in five minutes, with a budget of $400 and an abandoned restaurant. Katt, stick to the stand-up, you are better at it.
Edgar C (gb) wrote: Oh, how preposterous those close encounters of the fourth kind can be, hehe. Rydstrom references Tin Toy discreetly and grabs the protagonist of Ratatouille for his portrayal of alien lunacy, the irony being found in the "stereotype" of alien races being supposedly smarter than the human being. Cool short film that displays 2,000 switches of fun. 75/100
Ileana D (br) wrote: esperaba mas de ella
Alfredo S (us) wrote: Son of the Mask destroys a once-promising franchise, with unintentional haunting CG-i, nauseating comedy, cringeworthy acting, and horrible characters
Kay L (it) wrote: Funny, but kinda meh.
Bobby D (ca) wrote: Classic Disney movie telling with a bit of rigged setups with wild animals. But it is fun and holds your attention. Good family movie.