Mumbai-based Ramvilas Sharma has just broken-up with Sanjana Mahadik, a former bar dancer, with whom he had a six month relationship. His private-detective friend, Nandan Pandey, attempts to counsel him over this break-up, and even encourages him to meet other women. Ramvilas does meet with a homeless woman, Koel Datta, befriends her, and even brings her to spend the night in his flat but will be interrupted when Sanjana will come to take her belongings back and will leave a bag full of cash. Everyone will find their respective lives turned upside when they will be 'interrogated' by a suave French-speaking crook, Lucky Sardana, after the bag goes missing.
Waleed A (fr) wrote: the first time I watched this in IMAX had some very annoying circumstances that have to do with saving seats for moronic friends that show up 40 minutes late and getting in a fight with other people trying to take their spot in the middle of the movie. I was annoyed for half the movie.I liked and hated this movie. I liked most of the stuff to do with the transformers and I hated everything that had to do with the humans. EVERYTHING. The whole cast was terrible. lots of bad acting and horrible dialogue. and it was barely funny when it tried to be. made me realize how great Shia and John torturo were in the last 3.michael bay went a little overboard with pushing the limits of disbelief. lots of parts where you say there is no way they would ever survive something like that. some of the action scenes were phenomenal but some of them were a little confusing and hard to follow. a lot of the stuff in the movie seem to try to mimic what they did in the third one. Definitely a lot of questionable parts but whatever. a lot of corny and cheesy partsSPOILERSThe dinobots were amazing tho and the new human made transformers were pretty cool. (3 viewings)
Kjetil H (it) wrote: En real drittfim.dette var lite troverdige saker,lissom kynisk fra finansmilj!!!Tror ikke p noen av karakterene her,infantilt og uspennede,ja rett og slett drlig!!!Like sjarmerende som oljesl p favoritt stranda di!!!
Derek M (ca) wrote: Flawless. Rooney Mara is gold. And can we talk about the opening sequence?
Alex W (au) wrote: This is not just my favorite Batman animated movie, but my favorite animated movie of all time. I love Terry McGinnis and his relationship with the aging Bruce Wayne played by the best Batman voice actor to ever live (in my opinion), Kevin Conroy. Mark Hamill, the equal Joker to Kevin Conroy's Batman kills it voicing the returned Joker. The flashback sequences are absolutely horrifyingly amazing. The epic plot twist and the way Terry gets in the head of the legendary clown prince of crime are absolutely perfect. Everything about this movie is simply perfection in my opinion.
Christopher B (gb) wrote: Fun and full of twists. At times it was pretty corny.
Serenity T (us) wrote: I prefer this movie over Chasing Liberty. I also enjoy Katie Holmes more then Mandy Moore.
Alex D (ca) wrote: woody allen is a weird, funny, weirdo. this confirms that. and he is married to his adopted daughter so fucking deal with it you pussies. he is god.
Alexander C (mx) wrote: Would like to see sometime!
Craig D (au) wrote: Top (10) Comedy of ALL~Time!
Marvin D (us) wrote: a treat to the eyes. M.Hulot bumbles his way over an industrialized community in this wonderful comedy.
Pedro D (ag) wrote: Finished this time.cute movie.although irritating at times. one needs to be in the mood for this one.lots of gorgeous teens.and slightly eiree movie as well: Nicholas D'Agosto was so much alike as michael owen that i thought either as a younger one of himself, or a sibling. and Sarah Roemer. i could have sworn that she was blake lively.
Frank M (nl) wrote: Vainly in search of a cogent thought. Just stupid and ridiculous. Somebody get the chubby kid a comb...