The Lion of Punjab

The Lion of Punjab

The Lion of Punjab is a Punjabi film starring Diljit Dosanjh, making his debut as an actor. It is also the debut Punjabi movie of Bollywood director Guddu Dhanoa. The film was released on 11 February 2011.[1] with a music release on 31 January 2011.

The Lion of Punjab is a Punjabi film starring Diljit Dosanjh, making his debut as an actor. It is also the debut Punjabi movie of Bollywood director Guddu Dhanoa. The film was released on 11 February 2011.[1] with a music release on 31 January 2011. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Amy H (br) wrote: Nice twists, it was kind of boring at the start as you will think this is another teenage girls screaming clothes coming off horror movie! But it was a nice surprise, stick to it. Story was a bit weak but a decent movie after all.

James R (jp) wrote: This movie is a must see and even more must buy. Its clearly the start of a series and I cant wait til the next one comes out. Its only set back is the man who clearly tries to imitate Heath Ledgers rendition of the Joker. It becomes nauseating and fails miserably.

Rodrigo I (fr) wrote: Una pelicula entretenida y efectiva. Cine comercial y apto para todos los publicos.

cheryl (gb) wrote: Loved it. It shows that 2 wonderful people Patrick and Lisa really are. I actually had the pleasure of meeting them a few years ago while in Las Vegas so I know what they are really like. So all of you who have put this movie down you need to step back and take a look at your own life.

Wendy S (gb) wrote: Bizarre little film set in country Australia. Performances are fine but something feels lacking. Disappointing work from one of my favourite directors.

Cj O (it) wrote: I don't care what the freakin' critics say. Read my "Beverly Hills Ninja" review if you want to know what I think about critics. Seriously, read it. I think I really nailed critics.

Ken S (jp) wrote: Saw this movie on DVD over the holidays since Sandra Bullock was advertised as being in the film...After about 10 minutes of the movie, I couldn't believe I hadn't turned it off yet! The good news is that I was able to focus on writing Christmas thank-yous while the movie was playing without becoming distracted -- writing thank you notes was FAR more interesting!I couldn't recommend this movie to anybody -- definitely one of the worst movies I've ever seen on DVD!

Lisa W (mx) wrote: I loved this as a kid, and I thought my kids might enjoy it. Watching it again, I thought it was really boring and apparently so did my kids.

shai l (de) wrote: I had to watch this in Arabic the last time. to be able to watch it in english made me go "Oooo... me see clearly now"

Omar K (de) wrote: Thanks to a blend of sci-fi inspiration, horrifying gore, fanatical extra-terrestrials, comedic slang, council estate backdrops and its coming of age characters, a cult classic was born. Joe Cornish??s Attack the Block is a detonation of all the predatory alien invader films we??ve come to remember, but with the fusion of South London culture interweaved throughout, not to mention the sole location of Wyndham Tower, this film becomes too unique to pass. Its London council house setting feels a bit like The Raid, another film set almost entirely in a tower block, and it seems these high-rises make for intensely confined action spectacles that are allowed to use doors and corridors like it??s the fricking sequel to The Adjustment Bureau. Attack the Block can quite simply be described as an action-packed survival quest through a symbol of London??s at its most grittiest. Due to the constant movement, Attack the Block doesn??t let you breath at times because you??ve got these gorilla aliens all over the place zipping up walls and jumping from floor to ceiling. They are unrelenting vicious psychos that cease to be scary after the opening meteorite surprise. They need to, or have to, be far more terrifying than what they are, smarter and perhaps slightly less vicious in their tactics because to us they appear merely as hungry animals that don??t think and just chase. And seeing as the film opts for dumbass aliens, comedy should have been injected heavily into Attack the Block. There are simply too many gory and gruesome fatalities that Attack the Block loses the spark of interest we had in its extra-terrestrials, who merely bully the characters into being scared shitless. But not John Boyega, who left this film unscathed, and remains an enigma throughout thanks to his hooded attire giving him that eerie yet powerful inner mysteriousness the alien??s needed. But with the passion and desire it has shown on a small council-house level as opposed to Hollywood??s lofty ambitions, Attack the Block has come kicking with more life in it than most Hollywood creations. The Verdict: Attack the Block is a wild and hectic action film whose appetite for death and urban vibrancy on a small scale gives the film oomph to work on an action-spectacle scale. ???????????????????? 7/10