Virsa

Virsa

Jogindar Singh Grewal deeply regrets his decision to re-locate to Australia to live with his son, Ranvir, who treats him like a servant, makes him work at the restaurant, which he obtained by marrying Jennifer, even though he was already married to Harjinder Kaur. His greed even alienates him from his friend, Nawaz Ali, who he blames for Jennifer's accidental death. Now Ranvir is the President of Punjab Association and will have to face-off against his rebellious daughter, Meet, who is all set to elope with Sam; while his irresponsible son, Yuvraj, is waiting to spring some more unexpected shocks and surprises on this family.

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ripple c (jp) wrote: I thought this show was enjoyable... until the Tony Leong character opened the seven bottles and things just started to go down hill from there - read illogical leaps in the storyline, pretty cliche slapstick, and unnecessary scenes that just made the 2nd half brain numbing and pointless.That said, I did think the magic scenes were pretty nicely done.

Jerry R (it) wrote: When The Sound of Noise ended, I wasn't entirely sure what to think about it. Here is a film so bizarre, with a plot so daffy that it becomes one of those films that you either embrace or reject. It took me quite some time to figure out where I stand with it, and as of now I'm on the embracing side with a few minor reservations. This is a caper film, but not of the Michael Mann variety. This is something that might make have added Bansky to its thank you's during the closing credits. It involves an unfortunate soul named Amadeus Warnebring, who was born into a family of musical legends. Unfortunately, he was born tone deaf. With that, he grew up and became a detective. Amadeus seems to be very good at this job, but seems trumped in his current task of tracking down the identities of a terrorist group who have been committing random acts of public disruption. They don't blow things up or hurt anyone, no, they play music at inappropriate places. As the movie opens, the ringleader is being chased through town in a van by the cops while her boyfriend sits in the back and plays the drums in time to a metronome. They act as a sort of Bonnie and Clyde of auditory disruption. What they are doing doesn't seem to make any sense, but what they accomplish is some kind of weird genius. The crooks get away, and Amadeus is on their trail. We meet the couple, Sanna and Magnus as they work to pull together a masterpiece of musical distraction. They hire four expert drummers, all with differing styles, and determine what objects make the perfect percussive sounds. Their plan is to break into four major institutions, a hospital, a bank, an opera house and high-tension towers and play their music on objects that might be considered non-musical. Each crime will represent a different movement in their composition. The music isn't especially good, but the audacity with which they commit their dastardly deeds is kind of fun. Attempting to find a purpose behind this might be as futile as trying to understand why clouds look like everyday objects. In the pattern of poetry, it might be said "because it's there." The film has an inevitable sense of humor from which it never recedes. A film this bizarre wouldn't work if it allowed any measure of seriousness to seep in. The scene set in a hospital is the most curious, a the terrorist use the belly of a fat man as one of their instruments and the sound of the oxygen tanks for the tones. The scene at the high-tension towers is the most memorable, with the city's power grid blinking on and off like a bizarre Christmas light display. It is a sight to behold. If there is a weakness, I'm afraid that it is that this film runs on a bit longer than it should. It is based on a 2001 short film called "Music for One Apartment and Six Drummers" which ran this premise just about as far as it possibly could. This film, at an hour and forty-two minutes, runs its course probably about a half hour longer than it should. Yet, while I complain about the length, I won't complain about the content. I will only say that while it is a good film, not a great one, it succeeded in giving me an experience that I can't say I've ever had before. That's a good thing.

Loyal D (ag) wrote: This movie was a lot of fun and it was a cool look into Hollywoods poor portrayal of Greek Life, but it was very flawed. The quality of the American Pie movies goes down every time it seems, but they always guarantee laughter and entertainment.

Shawna S (gb) wrote: looks good...something different

Rosie F (ca) wrote: It was a horrid film all round. But the gore was wonderful and at least it had a reason for zombie outbreak.

Evan H (es) wrote: The worst animated movie I've ever seen (even worst than Delgo)! The writers seem to think adding swearing and drugs to an animated movie makes it "alternative", but it just makes Free Jimmy brain-dead.

Don H (mx) wrote: Uninspired--and unnecessary--sequel to the 1984 film based on Stephen King's novel. Drew Barrymore starred in the original.

Brian C (ca) wrote: Amazing cast, and very well acted, however In The Cut is mindnumbingly boring, predictable and isn't particularly memorable.

cli o (jp) wrote: no thanks not my kinda thing

Ryan V (ru) wrote: Not a great film, but leagues ahead of Highlander 2. It's at least coherent, and gives Lambert another shot at playing Connor McLeod.

Benjamin C (es) wrote: This is an amazing premise for a movie. A man misses a date, calls to apologize, and finds out World War III is going to break out. He then spends the rest of his time trying to reconnect with that woman before the nuclear apocalypse hits. There are some silly sight gags and jokes stuck back in time. However things do get quite serious and bleak. This is a very original idea and worth a rental.

Gavin M (kr) wrote: The film is an amazing spectacle to look at and watch, disappoints near the end