Viyah 70 KM is the story of Aman (Harish Verma), Sunny (Geeta Zaildar) and Lakha (Binnu Dhillon) who are college friends and have a different philosophy on marriage and girls. Aman says that single life is very interesting and will think about marriage after 8-10 years, Sunny says girls are fraud and should be away from them while Lakha’s dream is to become a dad as soon as possible. Preeti and Aman are always trying to put each other down and Lakha gets engaged to Priti. Somehow Aman and Sunny manage to break off their engagement and Lakha is furious and takes on the challenge to teach them a lesson. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Frank B (de) wrote: The absolute best lifetime movie ever... Thoroughly enjoyed and you can't help but root for the good guy. Also graphic in a good way.
Cameron E (mx) wrote: An accomplished drama with exceeded character development and an often sad, yet hopeful storyline.
Chelsea Erika P (ca) wrote: super sweet and funny! <3 ^^
Starla M (de) wrote: The movie and book really go hand in hand.
Nyk P (kr) wrote: This movie was awful in a CarryOn kind of way, Harry Enfield was good as the king but everything else about this movie was awful. A british re-telling of world war 2, as apposed to the other way around, just a shame it was neither comedy or a war movie.
Tyler W (ru) wrote: Worst Film I've Honestly Ever Seen!!!!
Dean K (jp) wrote: A low budget thriller with a few recognizable faces in it, especially Patsy Kensit for UK audiences. The film poster makes the film look more interesting than it is. I was expecting more of a killer loose on a remote island, but it's not like that. Although not an erotic thriller it had quite a lot of nudity, by body doubles any how. Predictable but kind of ok for a watch once.
Charles R (mx) wrote: An astonishingly intimate peek into the art of insects, and one of my favorite pre-'Planet Earth' nature documentaries. I would love to see another filmmaker take another look at the mundane acts of insect life armed with the superior technologies we possess today - even though this film is already a technologically advanced marvel in its own right. 5/5 Hardly any narration, just enough to guide the viewer through the vast and supremely weird insect world we live amongst.
John B (br) wrote: The definitive film of a people under attack..a personal tale of maintaining your day to day life as the bombs rain down. It was the defiance of a people and it is captured ever so well by John Boorman.
Christopher M (us) wrote: Been catching up on some cheap movies found in the discount racks. Saw this way back when and it is surprisingly well done. Lost in the high stake teen movies of 1985 like Breakfast Club, it makes you laugh and has a clever script. Greenwalt (director) would go on to be a lead director on the X Files and Buffy the Vamprie Slayer. Preston went on to marry John Travolta - Loughlin to Full House and John Stamos, unsure what happened to C. Thomas Howell.
Ilsa W (kr) wrote: A great war film about a truly inspirational man. Kenneth More does an excellent turn as Douglas Bader, a true illustration of the indomitable British spirit if ever there was one. Not even the loss of both of his legs could dent his determination to fly again and while a POW the Germans had to take his legs away to prevent his repeated escape attempts! Not the most accurate portrayal granted, and not a patch on the book which is amazing but a great film none the less.
Phillie E (kr) wrote: Cheesecake's not the word. Oy!
Ryan S (br) wrote: Cool tone and a good start for Roger Moore, but overall, not one of the best Bond films, but still a great film.
Amy F (br) wrote: A Greek wedding ... well thats big, broken plates, a lot of dancing, and a long ass night right? Wrong theirs a lot more to it here.
Michael E (de) wrote: While having a fantastic cast and adapting the story of the Borrowers commendably, the biggest problem with the film is it's pacing. The film is extremely slow for an hour and a half and I feel most kids would be somewhat bored by this film compared to some of the films turned out by the company.