This is a story of a boy and girl who meet for the first time in an airport and fall in love before they board their respective flights. Dhruv is the boy and Harika is the girl. Both of them are two distinctive individuals. Dhruv is a kind of boy who loves to take chances in life. Harika is the one who likes to make right choices in life, She is doing Masters in Lifestyles Design Academy in Malaysia. Right now she is on her way to INDIA to meet a prospective groom whom her parents have chosen for her. Dhruv falls in love at first sight with Harika when he sees her in airport. But he has only two hours to make her fall in love with him. The rest of the story is all about how he succeeds in it.
Ahmed M (ru) wrote: The film's idea was a very innovative one, and the movie has gore in it to justify it's vampire hunter title. But the movie's story, and character development is where the movie falls short.
L H (kr) wrote: I would have given this movie a half star, but it did start ok and seemed to have a reasonable plot. However--for some unknown reason--it deteriorated into a wildly stupid plot that inexplicably brought these funny and charming friends to the Middle East. As I watched them in nuns garb, I wondered how in the name of the deity they got to that! If you expect any of the unexpected and surprising finesse of the original Sex in the City....don't. Don't waste your time, even on TV if there is a network brave enough to show something so bad!
Aidan H (de) wrote: Just ordinary people in this movie and why not? Compelling acting from the leads and sterling support from a variety of character actors breathe life into this independent film. While I can't fault it, it didn't, however, blind me with its brilliance. Worth a view especially if you are into independent cinema but don't expect many moments of tension or drama.
Benjamin S (ru) wrote: Cheesy, slow, and stricken with cliches, the writing fails to live up to the exotic environs and big names.
Bradley F (kr) wrote: This is the 11th film I reviewed and the first to literally give me a headache. A lot of the critics who have reviewed this film use the word Clich a lot and understandably so. "Glitter" is not only formulaic, but also has horrible acting and dreadful writing. So.. let's dive into this worthless excuse for a film. I think it's necessary to take your headache medicine first before you go on reading this review. The story in "Glitter" is very simple. A singer named Billie Frank (Mariah Carey) is trying to make it in the music industry with the help of her dumb ass boyfriend named Julian Dice (Max Beesley) and some support from her equally annoying friends. And.... that's it. Billie faces no real obstacles or challenges to get to her goal. All she does is get into these pointless arguments with her producer and boyfriend Dice. Also I need to mention Julian Dice is probably one of the most annoying and idiotic characters I ever seen. To put it simply, he himself is a clichd and stereotypical idiot. He starts out very supportive of Billie, but as soon as she starts getting famous (what a shock) he starts to get really jealous. This is of course following that stereotypical story formula of the boyfriend not being really famous and somehow his girlfriend gets all the attention. If that weren't enough, Billie and Dice get into these pointless arguments that I really didn't care about. Simply because the both of them were acting more like children than adults. I won't go too much into Billie's friends Roxanne and Louise because they have no real point in the film besides being really lame comic relief. Of course, the acting in this film is down right terrible, but sometimes has unintentional comedy. I mean whenever Mariah Carey tries to "act" serious, I started laughing. I laughed because I knew she wasn't really taking this role seriously. She was mainly playing herself and it clearly shows. Again, Max Beesley's character was horrible in every sense of the word. He's poorly acted and frankly whenever he was on screen I wanted to punch him in the face. I also found strange Terrence Howard was in this film, I mean I am not sure how great an actor he really is but surely he must be better than this. Even though this film was nominated for 6 Razzie Awards, it only won one. Of course, Mariah Carey won Worst Actress. I do think the award is well deserved, but I really would've liked Max Beesley to have won Worst Supporting Actor. Not only was his character annoying and stupid to no end, but his acting was particularly bad here. I might even say this movie should've won Worst Picture, then again I haven't seen "Freddy Got Fingered". To finally end this review, there is only one word to describe this film. It's the same word I used when I reviewed Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star... pointless. We all know what this film was, a vehicle for Mariah Carey to become an actress. Obviously, this vehicle ran out of gas very quickly. The film is clichd, the acting is truly awful with unintentional comedy, the story has no surprises and there really is on direction or writing talent. Take my Advice, stay away from this picture. After reviewing this movie, I only have one question... why is this movie even called "Glitter"?
John M (jp) wrote: Why? That's all I'm saying. Why?
Muhammad K (it) wrote: Their first collaboration together but still felt that they had work before because of their chemistry .
Ben G (ru) wrote: A good movie, but it would've been nice to see Murphy reconcile with his family. But there was even more action than the last film, though, and Robo was at least as tough as ever, if not more so. "Are we cops?"
James S (ru) wrote: rented it as a kid, terrified me. found the video and love it still. a perfect horror movie in my eyes. i would love to remake this, such an amazing storyline.
Hina D (it) wrote: It's a very good movie with very good actors (especially Alice Krige)
Helena M (gb) wrote: Goldie Hawn was excellent, an interesting story.
Southern H (es) wrote: just and old favorite of mine.
Andrew K (au) wrote: A travesty. Please, please, please watch the original Japanese version
chris a (fr) wrote: though simon pegg is his same old self, FFE is just mediocre otherwise and incredibly boring.
Candy V (es) wrote: I never write reviews but I sincerely love this movie.I'm not going to spoil it for anyone but if you want a day of plain simple fun,good thoughts and laughter,then this is a movie for youAnd ???to the negative nellies!!????
Kim B (jp) wrote: Yikes! It was okay to watch once if you can handle how disturbing the comedy is.
Jolene T (gb) wrote: this is a lot better than i think, even though it still doesn't make much sense to me. another sci-fi movie, just for laugh.
Mel (de) wrote: there are just some shit you don't buy in this movie...
Kong L (it) wrote: POWERFUL | RIVETING | UNREAL (97-out-of-100)
Laura E (mx) wrote: for what it is its good. bruce is delicious.