Wealthy Yashodhara Oberoi passes away and Mumbai-based businessman Rakesh Malhotra hopes to inherit much of her wealth but is in for a shock when he finds that the bulk of her estate (Rs.900 Crores) has been willed to three strangers, Rahul Juneja - who is the Editor of TV13 Channel - and his two friends, Raj Kohli and Virendra Bhatnagar, who had recently rescued her from bandits. Rakesh makes his displeasure known and shortly thereafter Virendra gets a phone call from his ex-girlfriend, Ruby, that their lives are in danger. Before they could respond, the police notify them that Ruby has been killed. Then someone tries to attack and kill Raj and Virendra - but they manage to escape, and together decide to confront Rahul - as they suspect he may be behind these attacks in order to try and usurp the entire estate
Murray S (nl) wrote: Atheist hate it when science and religion can co exist. Movie made perfect sense.
Lilia A (ca) wrote: This is THE best book - to - movie adaption I have ever seen.A lot of dialogue from this movie comes straight from the book, word for word. And the flashback scenes are shown so well, especially the music ones. As for the characters, the movie was triumphant and it fell flat. Mia's dad and Adam were fleshed out. They became three dimensional characters, and brought so much life into the story. But Kim and Teddy were shown briefly. These characters, that were three dimensional in the book, were rolled flat into two dimensional characters. In addition, the movie is HEAVILY oriented towards Mia and Adam's story, as opposed to Mia and Kim, Mia and her family, and Mia and herself.Despite this though, this movie is every book lover's dream. When you can say a line along with a character, because it is word-for-word from the book, that is when you know the movie stayed true to its roots. If you are a fan of the book, you will LOVE this movie.
Rini N (fr) wrote: I recommended it to my good friends, housewives, freelancers, working mums... and they loved it:)
Simon W (ag) wrote: Fascinating and amusing whilst bringing some unwelcome home truths.
Robert B (de) wrote: I'm a huge Paul McCartney fan and Beatles fan. I probably won't be able to go see him perform live, but I'll always be able to watch this and imagine. He seems like a real down to earth person who just loves life and music. I was very pleased with the songs that are featured. My only tiny complaint is that you don't get to see the whole performance of "Let It Be" or "Hey Jude" which are my favorite Beatle songs. However, besides that one complaint the rest of this is just great and it's something that people of all generations can appreciate.
Brett B (nl) wrote: Very solid documentary that brings the question to the forefront of who was at fault for the demise of the electric car. As one would surmise it was various issues that brought down the industry, but some issues were more prominent than others. I thought they did a solid job of not being too onesided in its fact giving which is the main fault of a lot of documentaries these days on hot button political topics.
Isobel Kate S (ru) wrote: A potentially interesting premise, completely minced by pointless plot twists. Bacon and Firth survived this astronomical disaster of a film while everyone else involved went down with the ship.
Matthew S (it) wrote: Gregg Araki's finest moment as a filmmaker arrives in the most surprising way. Based on Scott Heim's powerful novel, this movie is one of the most potent films ever made about sexual abuse. Two children are sexually molested at the same age and the film follow each of these boys into their young adulthood. Gordon-Levitt and Corbet give brutally realistic performances as Araki explores the absolute devastation that childhood sex abuse causes for the victim. This movie is unflinching, graphic and powerful. It is not an easy view, but an important one. This was my pick for best film of 2005. It also gave me some hope that Araki was more than a twisted cinematic prankster. Sadly, he has not even come close to making a film this good again.
Gordon T (gb) wrote: I'm sounding crass on purpose: some chick gets raped in the basement and they write a Broadway play about it . . . the movie is soon to follow. it must be dated by now, but I enjoyed it.
Rafael U (us) wrote: A terrific performance by Masina and Mastroianni and a beautiful story by Fellini.
Natasha B (ca) wrote: A brilliant adaptation of the film! Very good indeed!
Lawrence W (es) wrote: Though Donald Sutherland gets a few good lines in (possibly the film's most quotable even) but this movie really belongs to Gene Wilder and to a lesser extent Hugh Griffith.
Carlton D (ag) wrote: This movie is way better than it should be. It you want to laugh and be entertained for 1 hr and 32 min. Check it out, MUTHFUCKA!
Ryan S (nl) wrote: This film explores one teenagers yearning to explore her sexual desires and the dark side of seduction. Laura Dern gives a memorable performance with her sexy yet innocent mystique.