Michael Velayudham (Pawan Kalyan) is a chef specialized in Italian cuisine in Cape Town. He falls in love with Meera Sasthri (Trisha) - another Indian staying in Cape Town. Meera is a restoration specialist and she is moving to India. Since it is not possible to continue the relationship across the seas, they bid good bye to each other. Michael finds a local white girl (Danah) in Cape Town and Meera finds a local politician (Sonu Sood) back in India. The rest of the story is all about how their true love unites them despite them being so casual about their relationship. There is also another story dealing with Arjun Palwai (Pawan Kalyan) that runs parallel with a time difference of 30 years in Waranasi.
Chris T (it) wrote: This was one of the worst movies I have ever seen in my entire life. They went for plot twists and jump scares instead of producing any sort of logic at all. When they try and use the franchise's plot, it feels ok, but then they just throw it away for a plot twist. Please do not watch.
Ethan T (gb) wrote: Niko is a feckless wastrel, messing around in Berlin in his 20s while his rich dad pays the bills, thinking he's persisting with his studies. That is, until dad bumps into Niko's long-unseen professor and cuts his son adrift. Following a day in the Niko's life, Oh Boy offers a solid and likeable lead performance from Tom Schilling, whose Niko is no tortured soul - all he wants is a plain, ordinary cup of coffee to get his life back on track. In this quest seemingly insurmountable obstacles thwart him at every turn, lending this dry German comedy a silent-film era knowingness with Schilling as a put-upon modern Harold Lloyd. A series of encounters with friends, oddballs and intellectuals buffet our hero about the city, which is lovingly filmed in black and white and etched with a jazz soundtrack - Woody Allen is another definite reference point. There is no great quest for meaning here, just an engaging set of performances in a sprightly, well-crafted film.
Joshua W (ru) wrote: an outstanding performance buy Miguel Ferrer, but the movie was extremely low budget and extremely lacking in the the story line and script
Bryan W (es) wrote: i enjoy the powerpuff girls.
Paula D (kr) wrote: I like this movie , had it on vhs years ago. Paula Diehl
Jess H (kr) wrote: wow how high is Kids hair now
Bill B (mx) wrote: The least of the three ninja films I marathoned my way through, this one is just a bit too paint by number, as an immigrant family is accosted by thugs through a series of contrivances, then the father must return to his ninja ways to mete out justice. It's just a bit of what you expect to see and not much else.Rental?
Victor M (gb) wrote: A hard drama that poses a valid question, specilay for divorced couples, whta does it mean to be a good parent?
horse c (ag) wrote: Pretty Good Submarine Rescue Film
Gavin M (gb) wrote: This one surprised me.
Anna P (jp) wrote: Tony Randall made me laugh everytime he was on screen. "I've spent the last 3 days, crying and drinking and...mowing!"
Josh J (ca) wrote: Song of the South means well and tries to deliver positive messages, but it also contains some negative stereotypes of African Americans which were prevalent at the time it was made. As for its artistic merits, the animated sequences and the music is great, as is James Baskett's performance as Uncle Remus. But the main child character (Johnny) is extremely dull and the plot lacks tension.
Adrian K (br) wrote: Sensational book... Well short of expectations.