Rafoo Chakkar: Fun on the Run

Rafoo Chakkar: Fun on the Run

Refusing to obey their widower father, Harbans Singh, and get married to the girls of his choice, two slacker brothers, Manjeet and Parmeet, run away from home with Five Lakh Rupees. After ...

Refusing to obey their widower father, Harbans Singh, and get married to the girls of his choice, two slacker brothers, Manjeet and Parmeet, run away from home with Five Lakh Rupees. After ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Rafoo Chakkar: Fun on the Run torrent reviews

Dan F (nl) wrote: Cool movie kept you hanging and guessing

Eric R (ru) wrote: Simple Simon is a unique, charming romantic comedy that follows Simon, who struggles with Asperger Syndrome, as he attempts to understand the world beyond simple math and science. His brother Sam is the only person that understand him, but when Sam's girlfriend breaks up with him because she can't deal with Simon, Sam becomes depressed. This leads to Simon on a quest to find Sam the perfect girlfriend. Simon uses Mathematics to construct the perfect match for Sam, but as the film progresses he begins to learn that their is so much more to world then just these things. Simple Simon reminded me of a much better JUNO type film. Its production design is very vibrant, and the director uses a lot of visual trickery to really get the viewer into Simon's psychie. Now, unlike Juno which tried so hard to be hip with its vernacular, Simple Simon is a very honest depiction of a man who just views the world differently. Its funny, charming and emotionally affecting. Even though its kinda obvious where the film is going; it really doesnt matter, cause you enjoy the ride. Cecilia Forss is a fox...

Shaun P (br) wrote: typical low budget horror movie naff actors,naff script you would be better off watching maximum overdrive

Janis M (fr) wrote: Att se textremsan r en frutsttning som mste uppfyllas fr att den hr filmen ska komma till sin fulla rtt. F r det ett plus om sllskapet pratar ganska mycket hela tiden.

Coxxie M (au) wrote: kind of pointless jumble of affairs. a little too "indie" for me

Jason R (ag) wrote: Three brothers who couldn't be more different from each other are tasked by their Father, to drive a Coupe de Ville from Michigan to Florida so they can surprise their Mother with the car as a gift for her birthday. But trouble ensues when the fighting starts from the very start of the trip. Along the way they have run-ins with the Cops and all sorts of characters as they bicker and fight across state lines on their way home. It is through all the madness that they realize the love they have for each other, and that they need to come together as a family because as they will find out, nothing is more important than your family and the time you have with them. Really enjoyed the movie and the performances of the film's three leads: Patrick Dempsey, Daniel Stern, and Arye Gross. Which in my opinion may be one of the greatest casting decisions ever, they played off of each other very well and made the movie that much more engaging and entertaining. A very heartfelt movie and a lot of fun to watch.

Vitor A (ca) wrote: PT SUBSUNCUT Version (93 min.)

Joseph C (gb) wrote: What can I say? I enjoy these types of films -- a heady elixir of action, horror and humor as only Sam Raimi can deliver it. Is it camp or kitsch? I suppose it depends on how much pleasure it brings you, and this one is very pleasurable. It has a 1950s sci-fi 'B' narrative thing going, but with a strong element of satire and strikingly original visuals. This is, for me, the best of special effects, all done in camera, with matte layering, fantastic make-up and thrilling stunts. I wish they would use special effects like this again (see Coppola's nostalgic, but brilliant, use of special effects in Bram Stoker's Dracula.) It is a living comic book come to life in the best of tradition of comic-inspired films. And Danny Elfman's brooding, score fits this excess perfectly.

John A (ag) wrote: One Which Definately Should Be Avoided. 3 Ghosts Kill People In A Small Town, Although A Basic Story Like This Has Been Pulled Off Before. Look At The Script, The Acting, The Deaths And The Whole Direction Of The Movie. Stars: Kurt Angle, Kevin Nash & "Sycho" Sid Vicious

Leonard D (us) wrote: A decent animated feature from beginning to end.

victor l (fr) wrote: Sneakers is a film that succeeds in suspense and in the amazing cast. The action is so - so, but the comedy is bad. Ben Kingsley plays an awful villain, so pointless, stereotyped and stupid. James Earl Jones was also terribly wasted. Robert Redford, Sidney Poitier, Dan Aykroyd and Mary McDonnell were great working together.