Shortcut Romeo is an Indian romantic thriller film to be directed and produced by Susi Ganeshan, under the banner Susi Ganesh Productions. It is the Hindi remake of the director's own Tamil film Thiruttu Payale (2006), starring Neil Nitin Mukesh in the title role with Puja Gupta as his love interest and Ameesha Patel in a negative character.
- Stars:Neil Nitin Mukesh, Ameesha Patel, Puja Gupta, Jatin Grewal, Rajesh Shringarpore, Susi Ganesan, Vrajesh Hirjee, Ashutosh Kaushik, Mumait Khan, Errol Peter Marks, Meherzan Mazda, Neelima Parandekar, Major Bikramjeet Singh,
- Director:Susi Ganesan,
- Writer:Susi Ganesan (story and screenplay), Ilashree Goswami (dialogue)
Shortcut Romeo is an Indian romantic thriller film to be directed and produced by Susi Ganeshan, under the banner Susi Ganesh Productions. It is the Hindi remake of the director's own Tamil film Thiruttu Payale (2006), starring Neil Nitin Mukesh in the title role with Puja Gupta as his love interest and Ameesha Patel in a negative character. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: Wes Anderson's greatest achievement: a film that recaptures the magic of youth and maturity.
(kr) wrote: The Spirit(2008)Starring: Gabriel Macht, Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson, Eva Mendes, Paz Vega, Jaime King, Dan Lauria, Sarah Paulson, Stana Katic, Frank Miller, and Eric BalfourDirected By: Frank MillerReviewI'm gonna kill you all kinds of dead.This is not just the worst comic book movie ever made.This is one of the worst films I have ever seen.The Syle was very unncessary it does nothing to service the characters, nothing to service the plot, service the story, it does nothing but be a distraction from the fact that the film has nothing to offer. That's all it does and it pisses me off because of all the great things I hear about Sin City(2005). Heck this style could easly work for a freaking Batman movie. But for this it did nothing except made a mockery of how ingenious that style was on film. Frank Miller just looked a t Robert Rodriguez and smacked him in the face with his penis.The writing is so terrible and it was said in a review that Frank Miller can not write women unless their freaking whores, and its so freaking true. Unless their dressed in like a slutty fashion or being sluts their is nothing their. Because every damn women in this movie is made to be eye candy. Even Eva Mendes who they try to pas off as a bad ass assasin and they use her for eye candy every two seconds. And I can't take it seriously.The acting in the movie is beyond, beyond,beyond atrocious and Samuel L. Jackson Oh my God. Sam Jackson is so terrible in this I mean his delivery for his shitty dialouge is atrocious. You want to know how lame the actioon scens are in this movie. You ever heard the phrase they threw everything but the kitchen sink, Samuel L. Jackson throws a freaking kitchen sink at The Spirit in this movie. He throws a kitchen sink.Frank Miller a man who has given me my favorite version of Daredevil and the freaking Dark Knight returns, he gave you Sin City! This man is such a talented writer I do understand that this is first screenplay but this man has been writing comics for years and believe it or not but their is not much difference in writing a screenplay for a comic book and a movie. So he has no execuse their. I freaking hated this movie I'm giving the Spirit a half out of five.
(ru) wrote: always pure hott and thick baby!
(us) wrote: This is a really good movie...It shows what marketing can do to affect reviews. If this was branded as pixar it would've made a killing.
(br) wrote: Another good one by Seagal. Classic cheesyness we all want from him.
(ag) wrote: Christian Slater used to be infallible. I miss those days. Must see for any teenager, especially when in high school.
(fr) wrote: Dramatic and unpleasant all the way through, carried through by powerful voice performances.
(nl) wrote: Had a profound effect on me. I still can't get this out of my head. Anyone who digs James Toback is cool in my book.
(kr) wrote: Car crash. Who would have thought it could go so wrong with that cast \_(?)_/
(us) wrote: Remake of the 1976 movie, this time Chlo Grace Moretz portrays the ever famous insecured yet delicate character, Carrie. I haven't seen the classic film for a long time and I saw it when I was a kid. The movie reminded me of not to mess with girls like her! The power that Carrie possesses seems to be explored a little bit more in this film and we also get to see more of Carrie's characteristics. Perhaps they wanted this movie to be more of a exploration of the essential elements of the story such as the so-called telekinesis and Carrie herself. The story starts off in a quite demented way, if you ask me. I thought Julianne Moore performed well. I thought everybody did but some scenes where every single student is making fun of Carrie seems quite exaggerated unless there is a school that actually has students like that, I'll take back what I said. Other than that, the movie simply shows how a timid teenager becomes this powerful being that brings chaos and destruction on everything because supposedly being tricked by the idiot teenagers. And that's what I think is the moral of the story in this movie. Teenagers becoming bullies, even without apparent reason to target the weak and it has been like that ever since, I would know. I've been on both sides and it's not a pretty thing at all. But I'm not going to rant on about the concept of bullying but rather this movie is actually pretty good. I thought it would just be another mediocre remake of a classic horror movie that's already established to be THE classic movie nevertheless but I thought it was not that bad at all. There were a few flaws I've found in the movie but they're not much of a problem like any other movie that I've reviewed before. One of them was the idea that Sue's boyfriend didn't tell Carrie that he's doing it out of "charity". More specifically, to just do it because Sue suggested that Carrie deserves a "magical night" at the prom. While it's good and all to have that kind of consideration but they lack the tendency to actually be in Carrie's shoes, in her perspective. The generosity was too much for my taste but then again, it is a horror movie after all. No matter how much I yell at the screen (which I didn't by the way), they're not gonna actually listen to me. What happens, happens and it is to be expected anyhow. The CGI effects are good enough, believable. The part where Carrie learns more about her power was interesting. 2013 movie version of Carrie is another movie to enjoy watching. Especially if you're a horror movie buff, this is something to not miss out on for. But then again, it's okay to miss out on for anyways. It's not recommended but it is suggested. Good movie, Chlo Grace Moretz was awesome, and Judy Greer survived another chaotic moment.
(ag) wrote: Geez the user raters are extreme. It's a YA sci fi movie, I think people are putting too much thought in it. The movie was great! I wish they would make a second.
(ru) wrote: While the film had a few funny moments, lively animation, and a fun premise, it was ultimatley dragged down by forced, unnecessarily vulgar jokes and generic family movie cliches with not enough substance to make it anything particularily unforgettable.
(es) wrote: My favorite of the trilogy as we get a broken Batman only to rise above adversity. This is as much as an inspirational movie as it it a solid Batman movie. What a brilliant way to end not only one of the best Batman adventures but one of the best trilogies which got better with each film.
(kr) wrote: What starts out as a story about a group of nearly 40-year old's trying to relive their heydey by going back to their hometown to do a pubcrawl quickly turns into an "Invasion of the Body Snatchers"- style sci-fi horror. Humour typical of stars Martin Freeman, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost keeps it entertaining, but the story drags at times, even with the sudden genre change.