Shreedhar works as a clerk, lives a happy, content life with his family in a beautiful Konkan village. His troubles begin when he takes his wife, son and daughter with him on an official tour to Mumbai. Dazzled by the sights, Omkar, Sreedhar’s son insists on visiting a five star hotel that Shreedhar can’t even dream of affording. Unable to placate the son, the father wagers a night’s stay at the hotel if the son can stand first in his school exams. The father-son duo’s attempts to win the bet and the extent to which they are pushed by harsh realities makes for the funny and emotional journey of this bitter-sweet tale.
- Stars:Vinay Apte, Ashwini Giri, Ashmita Joglekar, Kishore Kadam, Sachin Khedekar, Shashank Shende, Ishaan Tambe,
- Director:Kiran Yadnyopavit,
- Writer:Saurabh Bhave, Shailesh Dupare, Kiran Yagnopavit
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(br) wrote: LOL! Do yourself a favour and watch this extremely amusing "cockumentary" ;)
(es) wrote: It's somewhat pleasantly quirky at times, and Aubrey Plaza and Dane Dehaan are pretty sweet together. But Life after beth could've worked more as a TV movie or better yet, a SNL skit of Warm bodies, a better zombie romance
(us) wrote: Nice idea... a mistake, but everyone happy at the end although inocent victim...nice methods of torture :)
(ru) wrote: I really wanted to like this low budget zombie flick by Marc Fratto because it seemed to be right up my alley; a comedy about the recently undead trying to fit into a society that (to say the least) is uncomfortable around them. Sadly however the film suffers from an identity crisis and it simply can't make up its mind what it wants to be when it grows up. Sure there is a slight comedic flavor to it, but that gets lost in its attempt to be a message film in the style of George Romero. It could have done both if the director had stressed the satirical aspect of the film, but he doesn't. What's more both comedy and message are thrown out the window in an absolute orgy of zombie mayhem in the last twenty minutes or so when the film decides to become a knockdown dragout slay fest with everyone trying to kill everyone else, but by then its too little and too late for me. There were enough good ideas here for several films, but sadly too many ideas for one film.
(jp) wrote: Babel is a movie that really makes you think about the effects the choices you make have on the others around you. Every action has a reaction. Every consequence has an effect on others, from people you know to people you don't know. This is a fascinating drama, an excellently acted epic that will stick with you forever. Alejandro Gonzlez Irritu is one of the best drama directors we have out there at the moment.
(br) wrote: None of this is as funny as it should be, mainly because Serious hasn't learned from the great comedians, beginning with Buster Keaton, that this kind of frantic farce is best played out against a realistic background.
(au) wrote: Muy bien desarrollada y con opcin a espaol o ingles! Buen producto me gust mucho.
(ca) wrote: More of the same as the three brothers team up take on a toxic-waste dumper. Younger kids will enjoy this third entry in the series, but older kids will be bored even ME!
(br) wrote: WAY beyond expectations. took me awhile to see then i fell in love with Braff
(gb) wrote: Generally funny and a good film. But having watched the deleted scenes, I feel that alot of them should have been kept in as it would have helped the film become better. But I loved the laughs in this film and it is yet another comedy for everyone to enjoy with some good acting. I love Mrs Doubtfire and it is another wonderful idea for a comedy. Very funny stuff.
(us) wrote: Though I don't think it's a masterpiece, I can understand why it won so many awards because this is a very well-made and moving movie with an effective and believable romance and depicts the sinking of the Titanic in a pretty realistic and emotional way and delivers a couple tear jerking scenes (Call me a pansy if you want, I'm not ashamed). Not James Cameron's best, but a pretty big accomplishment.
(au) wrote: Wow.. that was trippy.