Outspoken and overly critical Nishant Agarwal meets gorgeous new co-worker, Charu, offers his help, assists her financially, and they become close friends. His room-mates, Rajat and Vikrant, are pleased with this outcome as they already have girlfriends in Neha and Rhea respectively. But both the relationships are not as harmonious, as Rajat feels Neha is self-centered and demanding, while Rhea appears to be withdrawn and aloof. Missing their meetings and bar-hopping, the trio decide to take a time-out and be by themselves. All three women, however, find out and decide to accompany them to the beach where they eventually mingle. The trio do not know that soon misunderstandings will crop up - and it will take a lot of effort and understanding to resolve them.
After falling in love, three room-mates experience changes in their lives. One day, they all meet their girlfriends at the beach, but unfortunately misunderstandings cause problems, that will take a lot of effort and understanding to resolve. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Robert C (gb) wrote: (TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM)(TM) Love Movie!
Luciano G (ag) wrote: Average 'Missing Person' Thriller... the writing is good, the characters are interesting and we see some high emotion performances...but sadly, Billy Zane has far too little screen time and Sharon Stone is well past her acting prime.....she was not a strong lead, and whoever decided to give her that terrible hair just made her more distracting than necessary....
John H (us) wrote: better then the first but still not good
Vasco M (es) wrote: Entertaining distraction with some seriously impactful action sequences that put most animated fight sequences to shame.
Danny R (ru) wrote: W. S. Anderson's hyper-violent, thrilling action fantasy, about the near future where prisons are run like corporations that must make a profit. Jensen Ames, played superbly by Jason Statham, is a steel worker who was framed with his beloved wife's murder, he is being forced by a sadistic, manipulative female warden named Hennessy, played terrifically by Joan Allen, to race in her prison's notorious 'Death Race,' as a popular mask-wearing, but now dead champion named Frankenstein. This race to the death is broadcast live on the internet, and watched by millions of Americans, and makes big profits the prison. The object of this gladiatorial race is for inmates to brutalize and kill one another with their armored plated, souped-up muscle cars, which have been weaponized with machine guns. Well directed by Anderson, with some truly explosive, adrenaline-pumping action sequences. A gore-soaked kill-fest, that is a hell of a lot of fun. Highly Recommended.
Siri B (de) wrote: The best part of this film? Proof that Harvey Keitel has been young. But a butt nekkid Kirk Douglas still kicked his a**.
Mike W (ru) wrote: I dare you to watch this and NOT think about the lines from AIRPLANE!
Noname (gb) wrote: Good thriller with Paul Walker. I like alot this type of movies with madmans tries to get u :)
Don S (es) wrote: I consider myself a "B" movie fan so I watched this on Sci Fi. Even for a low budget film this was bad. Horrible, terrible acting (especially the bank robbers) and lousy dialogue lead what is a promising premise (at least for a "B" movie) into the land of exceedingly bad. Not all of the acting was bad - the lead actor and actress were passable. The skeeters were hilarious instead of terrifying. Skip this...