A poor New York resident, who is of Indian origin, dreams of becoming a fast car race driver. He endeavors, and his efforts are rewarded when he selected by a little-known group called 'RACING SADDLES'. He joins them and soon becomes their ace race driver. This man, whose name is Rajveer, then meets with a rich American woman, also of Indian origin, whose name is Radhika. Both fall in love with each other. They cannot get married, because Radhika's family hates Rajveer mainly because he is very poor. But Radhika is very stubborn, so she marries him. She loses all her rights to her family's wealth. They get married and become parents of two children. They also become very rich. Then Rajveer has an accident which changes their lives forever. They get into debt and stand to lose everything. Will Radhika be forced to return back to her family?
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mike m (au) wrote: Danny trejo is the only good thing in this movie, and he's only in the first ten minutes. the CGI looks like it was done by third graders, some of the direction looks like it was done by a porn director, and the actors look very forced in their acting. waste of an hour and a half!
Roman R (us) wrote: Es increible la importancia del diseo grafico en nuestras vidas y como un diseo puede definir la personalidad de un individuo o una marca. "Helvetica" es un documental sobrio e interesante sobre la importancia de la tipografia y de como Helvetica se ha vuelto iconica y un tanto redundante dentro del mundo del diseo. La pelicula muestra diversas entrevistas con diseadores y varios ejemplos de las tendencias actuales y las influencias del pasado. Y aunque no sea un documental innovador ni especificamente profundo, "Helvetica" es una buena pelicula. Obligatoria para diseadores graficos.
Godwin G (ca) wrote: I knew it. My first instinct was not to watch this movie because it would be crap. But I did. I wish I just didn't. Wow, this is such a waste of a lot of things. A waste of money, a waste of running time, a waste of SOME good actors, I could go on, you know. This is a very pretentious film; it tries to give the man's killing of prostitutes a deeper insight by making it highly stylish. But no. That doesn't mask the razor-thin plot line that ultimately drags on because only little things happen in some dragged out scenes. The film is about 80 minutes long, but believe me, it feels like you're watching a 3-hour long movie. I feel so sad for the people who participated in making this horrid piece of crap.
Andy H (br) wrote: Hugo Street & all that...
Brad B (nl) wrote: This movie was about as good as the Carowinds ride only good for about 5 seconds!
Loy M (nl) wrote: I am not a big fan of Mushy Melodramatic Feel Good Comedy Girly Movies but once a while you do enjoy a great Mushy Melodramatic Feel Good Comedy Girly Movie. And Dave is definitely one of them. Director Ivan Reitman (Ghostbusters, Evolution, I love you Man) gives us Ordinary Story a Brilliant Screen Adaptation and makes it not just Entertaining and Engaging, but gives the movie its Twists, Turn and Heartfelt moments. The Cast - Kevin Kline who takes on the Lead Role along with Sigourney Weaver, Frank Langella, Ving Rhames and Ben Kingsley as Supporting Roles give us a Fantastic Performance with their Chemistry and Screen Presence. I think what I loved the most was how the movie unfolded which left me quite intrigued and feeling good after I watched the movie.Moment of TruthI loved this movie. It's a good watch.Overall RatingsSurprisingly a 9 out of 10
Tom H (it) wrote: this movie sucked so much ass! I cant find another word more appropriate than "shit"!
Michael L (gb) wrote: i love the early soviet films. there is so much value on national spirit and brotherhood. pudovkin really is the solid #2 man behind eisenstein
Matt B (fr) wrote: Hi ya!!!!! Whack!!! Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle takes the silliness of the first movie and aggrandizes it to the fullest extent. There are moments so preposterous (like, for example, Demi Moore flying. Yes. That happens......) that even I had to sit back, laugh and go "WAIT. REALLY? REALLY??!!"And yet, I still loved it. Like I said about the first movie, YOU CAN'T TAKE CHARLIE'S ANGELS SERIOUSLY. Of course it's dumb. Of course the plot is confusing and stupid. And yet I think I enjoyed this one more than the first film.It's sexier and more stylish and badass (and very funny, too). If you hate dim-witted movies then skip Full Throttle. If you just want to have a harmless fun time at the movies, check it out!
Mauricio A (us) wrote: What happens when you combine Jihad and a dead pan British sense of humour? You get 9 awards for outstanding screenplay, film, acting and comedy! The movie tales the story of four men who have a secret plan of becoming bombers in the UK. Needless to say, it definitely falls squarely in the black comedy folder and one that should not be missed, as it is very entertaining. Remember, true comedy skills means being able to make fun of the mundane, boring and the serious, and the writing here does that in spades. Definitely something something unique and out there on left field... And you know what? Sometimes going there can be very educational, not to mention, fascinating.
Felix P (gb) wrote: Interesting movie about predetermination and music.
Ishamael M (us) wrote: If you enjoy horror classics, you might find yourself liking the second installment in Clive Barker's famous horror series featuring the iconic horror character Pinhead. I felt that the second part of the series went even deeper than the first. There were many brilliant contrasts there that I found not only visually but also psychologically appealing. The geometrical transformations of the puzzle box, the similarity between some of the characters cloths and the colors around them, even the development of certain recurring figures and the comparison between what they were and have become was very interesting to watch. Indirect mythological allusions involved in Hellbound were also richer in my opinion than the very few in its predecessors. I had to rewatch Hellraiser 1 to notice a few non verbal hints at the Aztec culture but Heelraiser 2 was far clearer in its reference to its predecessors, not only the well familiar myths of Greece and the Minoans, but also a comical contrast with some well known modern horror movies you are bound to see and appreciate. I feel that Hellraiser 2 could be rightfully considered a work of art for all of its depth but not seeing any of the references involved would still leave you with a well crafted world consistent within itself and paying special attention to human psychologically. Perhaps by modern standards, the graphics is outdated, but I don't think it should detract from the enjoyment of the movie anymore than the lacking visual details in the original Dracula or Frankenstein.
Jessica L (au) wrote: Traditional action movie with an agent that can and will do everything to save his daughter. No twist or suspense. We all know he's going to save her.