U R My Jaan

U R My Jaan

When Akash, a renowned tycoon, obsessed with wealth, meets Reena, a small town Indian girl with big starry dreams, he is confronted with perplexing choices and must make life altering decisions before it is too late. The film is a musical romantic love story shot in India.

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U R My Jaan torrent reviews

Ryan A (nl) wrote: What I got to say about "The Five-Year Engagement" is that it's a decent movie to watch. "It's lively and hilarious, also moments in the movie that have great humor as well." "Emily Blunt and and Jason Segel have great chemistry. Literally, shines." The performances by the cast is fine. The directing by Nicholas Stoller and the screenplay is okay. The cinematography and score is good. "I have to report that "The Five-Year Engagement" isn't the worst romantic comedy, but I have a little bit better."

Laura L (br) wrote: With an brilliant cast, a wonderfully nostalgic soundtrack, and a history lesson to boot, The Boat That Rocked never fails to put a smile on my face.

Ida K (es) wrote: This came on HBO comedy so I assumed it was supposed to be funny. It ended up being a real snooze fest. The humor was really dry like the show "Curb Your Enthusiasm", which I also don't care for.

rocknblues 8 (nl) wrote: Annoying ugly hoochie girls, bad low brow jokes, terrible actors and one of the worst one trick pony scripts you will ever see. This film has everything that anyone with any taste would want to avoid. Too many terrible stereotypical low brow jokes. Truth be told, this is no better than Adam Sandler's "comedy" offerings.

BRUNO V (ru) wrote: Still love this one ...mmm Meg !

Robyn M (au) wrote: "The worst in Family entertainment!"Seriously the worst movie Christopher Columbus ever toke part in.... when you compare Harry Potter and Home Alone Little Nemo is a a pitaful joke. The entire time, I picked at its promotion of Smoking, riding Toy trains and giving a 5 year old the responsibilty of be a King in Dreamland?! Who are we kidding? At one point of the film, Nemo was smoothered by a curvier womans breast, I was so appauld by the size jokes, and innaproperiate suddle hints. The New York and Washington Post must of mistaken this movie with Disney's: 'Finding Nemo'.

Devon W (gb) wrote: One of the best schlocky b horror movies of the 80's. First movie I saw as a kid where a kid gets killed; that traumatized the hell out of me. "Holy crap, kids can die?! Everything I know is a lie!".Great fun and an under-appreciated film, despite it's ample amount of flaws.

Eric R (ag) wrote: A young couple decides to go frollicking in a cemetery one afternoon, leading them to get it on in some poor dead person's tomb. The emerge from the noon at night time, only to find themselves lost in the massive dark cemetary. The film does create some good atmosphere and features some fun moments as we watch our young couples sanity slowly slip away. Its a very basic film, in that Rolin realized heavily on his actors to create the atmosphere, and for the most part it works pretty well. I do think this one did move a little slow at times, particularly in the beginning.

Lou S (de) wrote: This one's got babies!

Greg W (mx) wrote: The plotting is half-baked and the special effects are so crude that they make the back projection in Marnie look like the last word in verisimilitude.

Erin C (es) wrote: This movie was awful. I knew going into it that it would probably bother me (since I'm claustrophobic), but that wasn't why I didn't like it. I found some of the aspects highly unbelievable and many of the actions taken by Reynolds' character didn't make sense at all.

Orlok W (gb) wrote: Ultimate Human War Story--Shell Shocking!!

Jeff S (jp) wrote: Features nice supporting turns from Jeremy Renner and Simon Pegg, amazing action sequences, and assured directing and pacing yet it's weighed down by terrible performances from Tom Cruise and Paula Patton