Raj Mathur alias Raju lives in picturesque Darjeeling, is a devout Hindu, likes praying to Bhagwan Shri Shiv, studies Engineering, and wants to become rich - at warp speed. He does well in his studies, re-locates to Bombay, where he hopes to live temporarily with one Ram Mohan. Unfortunately, Raju is unable to locate Ram, but the friendly slum dwellers take care of him, feed him, and house him. He meets and falls in love with Renu, and it is she who gets him a job at Chhabria Builders where she works as a Receptionist. Thereafter there is no stopping Raju, as he climbs the ladder of success, and soon not only becomes the Chief Engineer but also finds a place in the heart of the Senior Partner's daughter, Sapna Chhabria.
Writer:Manoj Lalwani (screenplay), Manoj Lalwani (story), Aziz Mirza (screenplay), Aziz Mirza (story), Charandas Shokh (dialogue)
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Randy P (br) wrote: Might have its heart in the right place, but it looks pretty awful.
Walter M (de) wrote: "Tchoupitoulas" is an engaging blend of documentary and fiction, set around three brothers, Bryan, Kentrell and William, and their dog, as they take the ferry across the Mississippi for a nighttime visit to New Orleans, especially the French Quarter, with a special emphasis on food and music, both of which resplendent. Events flow naturally through the night smoothly with the boys enjoying their adventures. The only exception to that is the mad dash for the last ferry which definitely feels staged. And seeing as there are things too adult for their young eyes, the movie goes off on its own to explore the ladies of burlesque, some times getting a little too distracted for its own good. Of the three boys, we get to know William the best through his thoughts and dreams, in his case winning six Super Bowl rings. Unlike other kids of his age, he seems genuinely interested in playing the recorder which is usually just foisted onto all children, comparing notes with a young flutist at one point.
Dorianator F (nl) wrote: Very cute in the beginning, but maddening towards the end when they start harming the monkey. Very good documentary that shows the outward display of emotion from one monkey
Rob P (ca) wrote: Decent British terror flick.
Ming Siu G (ca) wrote: Thoroughly engrossing and entertaining. Barney Rosset is the coolest old man I've ever seen, and this docu makes me wanna check out every single book he published, even (or maybe especially) the smutty ones.
william s (kr) wrote: not perfect but. better then you would think.
juan f (br) wrote: And all-time classic.
JuanPablo M (es) wrote: Bonita historia sobre una familia cuya unin pende de los hilos que ellos mismos tratan de mantener sujetos, aunque a veces parece imposible, dada la privacidad (soledad?) que cada uno necesita. Al igual que la novela que la inspir, no es la gran cosota, pero se deja ver. Bien filmada y actuada, a lo que cabe. Por alguna razn Rotten Tomatoes tiene dos entradas de esta pelcula; califiqu en esta porque es la que tiene foto, pero la cinta es del 2007.
sabrina augustine s (it) wrote: for cute in the doggy poo.
bill s (fr) wrote: DeNiro in a horror movie....does not matter if it's good because we can sell that.
Charlotte B (it) wrote: Amazing! One of the best films I've ever seen. Perhaps due to my "penchant" for French/Japanese culture; this film is a perfect mix of both.
Franois M (ca) wrote: Dans le genre (comdie romantique) Notting Hill est pas bien loin de la perfection. Ce film trne au sommet avec When Harry met Sally. Tout y fonctionne. On croit au personnage du commun des mortels jou par Hugh Grant, comme on croit au personnage de la mga-star jou par Julia Roberts (un peu elle-mme finalement). On passe habillement de l'humour aux motions dans un ralisation habile et inventive de Roger Michell (la scne o les saisons dfilent sur la musique de Ain't no Sunshine est un chef-d'oeuvre).... J'y craque chaque fois.
Yasemin Y (fr) wrote: You know it, I know it ... Iconic and spectacular filmmaking. A true masterpiece from Alfred Hitchcock
Josh M (jp) wrote: Puppet Master did not even need a sequel, but one was made anyway and it is still boring. There are a few chuckle worthy scenes, but other than that it is nothing.
Amanda T (es) wrote: have seen it i think its a great movie
Hawk (kr) wrote: I'll just say outright that I don't get this film. It has a somewhat decent scifi premise but only a few scenes expand on this. Mostly this is just bad comedy bits and other bits of nonsense strung together. I was not a fan.
Michael W (ca) wrote: Christmas-obsessed individual tracks the naughty and nice children in the neighbourhood before lashing out on Christmas Day in an act of moral outrage. Film's unique style seems more accidental genius than deliberate. Great ending; I could see this film becoming a holiday tradition. Pre-dates (and better than) SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT but never achieved the controversy or notoriety of that film.
Eric H (kr) wrote: This Movie, a triumph of the French Nouvelle Vague, marks a turning point, not only for the Director, Jean-Luc Godard, but for anyone who sees it. The plot, though intriguing, is secondary to the incredible presentation. Use of hand-held cameras and jump-cuts (where the director cuts from one angle to a shot of the same angle two seconds later, a stylistic effect that can show freneticism or boredom) were revolutionary at the time, yet can still surprise and delight today.Jean Seaberg is excellent, with the nicest accent you'll ever hear, as are the supporting cast, all rounded stereotypes. But the leading man outshines all the others. A virtuoso display from Jean-Paul Belmondo as Michel Poiccard makes the viewer swoon and scorn in equal measures. He doesn't make it easy for us to empathize with him, yet we still do, and in doing, we feel we have earned something.Revolutionary. Brilliant. Oh so pretty.
Cassaundra J (gb) wrote: This is one of the best fighting movies I've seen Michael Jai White is absolutely amazing!!