Rahi Badal Gaye

Rahi Badal Gaye

Amar lives in picturesque Kashmir in Northern India, and makes his living working as a guide for tourist together with his friend, Aziz. Amar is in love with a young woman, Bhavna, who ...

Amar lives in picturesque Kashmir in Northern India, and makes his living working as a guide for tourist together with his friend, Aziz. Amar is in love with a young woman, Bhavna, who ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Day M (it) wrote: This was one of the weirdest, funniest, and most unique movies I have ever seen. you will never see anything else quite like this movie. if the weird dude to stares at you on the bus was stranded in the woods this is definitely what would happen.

Orlok W (br) wrote: Starts off very weird making you think its a 70's cop movie, but then the story turns to Japan, and how different it is--Absolute Grindhouse!!

Nathan C (nl) wrote: It was Enjoyably bad, I saw Smurfs 2 in a vehicle and i laughed my head off,It was still bad, and not appropriate for children.Score: 2/10

Phil D (kr) wrote: Bad film terrible ending.

Amit N (ca) wrote: Nice Flick. Water & Surfing. Aussie accent.....!!

Lauralee A (ca) wrote: I hear this is really good! It's available to buy at Deseret Book Store and you can rent it at Hollywood video in Utah!

jason f (au) wrote: One thing that I hate about Japanese movies being available in the U.S. is the silly way titles are localized. Yo Yo Girl Cop is a stupid title for a long running Japanese TV series called Sukeban Deka. The distributors should have left the title alone and just called it Sukeban Deka. I first saw Sukeban Deka when I met a lonely male college student back in Osaka. He wanted to practice English with me, so we went to his student apartment that had a filmsy door that looked no thicker than cardboard. Anyway, he wanted to show me a Japanese TV show from the 80's called Sukeban Deka. When I first saw the show it reminded me of the A-Team meets 21 Jumpstreet. I say the A-Team because hundreds of bullets are fired at the school girl cops without any injuries and 21 Jumpstreet because of the undercover cop angle. There is really no Western comparsion and that's what I like about it. After watching the show, I found two movies that were made back in the 80's. I even went to a bookstore called Bookoff that sells used manga and got the whole series. So when I saw the title Yo Yo Girl Cop, I knew what it really was. The new movie is good in that it modernizes the series for a whole new generation that is growing up with cell phones and the internet. One of the differences between this new movie and the old one is that the old show focused on more than one girl. The old movies spent a lot of time telling the story of how the girls would bond together and form a group. There was more emphasis on teamwork and everyone had a vital part to play in the mission's success. Unlike the A-Team, Sukeban Deka members in the movies did die. In this new version, the bonding developed only between two characters, Matsuura Aya playing Saki Asamiya and Yui Okada playing the bullied Tae Konno. The whole film is about bullying and how someone uses the internet for the wrong purposes which recall the Iwai Shunji's All About Lily Chou-chou. Both films show the damaging results of ijime (bullying) and what happens when society turns away and pretends nothing is going on. Anyone who travels to Japan to teach at the middle and high school level has probably seen bullying going on. Anyway, the story is a little weak because the original movies were a lot more fun and filled with more humor, as well as exciting action scenes. They way the girls would work together is sadly missing from this new edition. The best part of the new film is the ending. The fight is almost as good as anything from the old movies with a new twist added. In the old movies, there was always a big martial arts fight that would involve everyone brawling. This version tones down the big fight but it does add modern filmmaking techinques that make it look just as good as the old movies. If you want to see some great martial arts sequences by a strong female fighter then take a chance and watch Yo Yo Girl Cop.

Helio A (jp) wrote: tan siquiera me rei, porque para que? Estas peliculas las hacen para que uno pierda el tiempo y los chavos, porque no importa de que manera las veas, siempre es una perdida. La historia es pesima, las actuaciones, fatales y todo lo que parece dar risa, en realidad molesta y mucho. Lastima que yo al parecer no hago otra cosa que no sea ver este tipo de peliculas de vez en cuando, para quejarme, pero si pueden... evitenla

Ash P (es) wrote: I quite liked the movie but it did get a bit confusing at times

Jay C (us) wrote: The portrayal of his ups and downs were pretty accurate. I felt that something was missing, since I'm more amazed about his poker skills I think I would've like to see more of that (and more of what not many know about). Overall, worth a rent if you're a Stuey Ungar fan.

adrenal c (ag) wrote: Loved it. One of the best westerns.

Sabrina T (mx) wrote: A fun movie about male synchronized swimmers in a Japanese High School. Jokes and antics aren't the funniest you've seen, and even the swimming isn't that synchronized, but the whole idea of it was a really amusing and even amazing to watch. The thing about this movie though is you get to thinking that whoever made this film, only really wanted to show the idea of male synchronized swimming. The plot was simply an excuse to showcase it. And maybe Ota's DDR skills. XD No worries. a fun movie to watch on a lazy day. Plus, Suzuki is cute.

Anna C (gb) wrote: A touching film about a true story. Sometimes one person can really change something.

Robert I (mx) wrote: This was a big deal movie back when. While no one talks about it anymore, I've always been curious what it was actually about. Or rather, aboot? Sorry, Myers.

Dyron W (de) wrote: Formulaic but entertaining urban drama driven by Tupac's small yet formidable presence

Rui M (gb) wrote: Badly directed and acted. Even Richard Lynch can't save it.

Matt M (fr) wrote: British drama set amongst the cultural social conflict between the mods and the rockers which follows a young man's life of parties and working class frustrations. Quadrophenia is one of the most remarkable films about teenage angst. It offers no true relief, yet it is a fresh representation of the struggles of adolescence. The leading performance by Phil Daniels is memorable, and the film's appeal of course is heightened by the men most responsible for the film's creation, The Who and songwriter and legendary Who guitarist Pete Townshend who wrote the songs and created the storyline. After all, The Who are regarded as the ultimate mod band, and this band certainly reignited the mod fashion craze at the time. Still quite poignant and relevant today.

CJ A (au) wrote: A decent cheapo-budget drama that proves drag queens and schizophrenics are people too.

Harnawa B (es) wrote: Still not a good film compared to the first film, but it has more of what planet of the apes is about

Ryan A (es) wrote: What I got to say about "National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets" is that it a fine movie to watch. "It's fun, entertaining, funny moments and really good action packed sequences that are really cool to watch." The performances by the whole cast is good. The directing by Jon Turtletaub is good. The screenplay by Cormac Wibberly and Marianne Wibberley is fine. The cinematography is good. The score by Trevor Rabin is once again great as it was in the first movie. Finally, the effects in this one is good as well.