What's Your Raashee?

What's Your Raashee?

A young man has only ten days to locate his soulmate as dictated by the stars, otherwise he could lose a fortune. He thus embarks on a journey through love, looking through twelve girls to find the one who fits his horoscope.

A young man has only ten days to locate his soulmate as dictated by the stars, otherwise he could lose a fortune. He thus embarks on a journey through love, looking through twelve girls to find the one who fits his horoscope. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Philip M (it) wrote: Very entertaining. I'm not a UFC fan so it was much better than I was expecting!

Gary (au) wrote: god this was a grotesque excuse for a movie, holy jumpin shitballs, it was mindboggling how absolutely terrible this piece of shit movie was. im about to go on a killing spree just thinking about how i wasted my time watching this godawful piece of monkey crap..i didnt even get the ffffuckin plot.. somethin about weird teleporting vampire creatures and horrible voice dubbing...if u take out the horrible acting, extremely confusing story, horrible lighting, shitty fight scenes, and overall suckish quality...id say its a pretty good film.....one of seagals BEST horrible movies ever....5 stars

Cassandra M (it) wrote: One of the best British films of the nineties, Ratcatcher is a powerful evocation of the uncertainty and surreal nature of childhood. The film also has something to say about family relationships, death, and the toll poverty takes on people (in this case, in the Glasgow of the seventies).Although the film could be criticised for being fairly slow-paced, I think this is entirely missing the point. The film is more about atmosphere than a linear plot, and the lingering, intriguing glimpses it offers of the young character's life will stay in your memory like a particularly vivid dream.I expect great things of Lynne Ramsay in the future.

PierreDamien J (br) wrote: This movie deals with the difficult times of post-WWI in northern France, where villages are destroyed, fields are full of grenades, while families are desperately looking for their lost members. Life against death, hence the title. Very good historical movie, with very talended actors. I just believe that the love story "popping up" at the end could have been avoided.

MJS M (ca) wrote: The debut film from the acclaimed western transplanted Indian filmmaker Mira nair. This is a tough movie which I suspect was intended for western markets, it shows the streets of the Bombay red light district from the eyes of homeless children. Basically it?s Slumdog Millionaire without the game show fairytale ending. It?s very interesting and uncompromising.

Giacomo S (au) wrote: my god, this movie is so bad... my dog could have made a really better movie! dialogues are irritating, plot is stupid, ... no words to say I hate it. don't waste your time watching it.

Spencer H (nl) wrote: What is there left to say about this movie? It's a masterpiece!

John M (mx) wrote: Christmas laughs. So this is about a hard working father (Arnold Schwarzenegger) that has been swamped at the office, and hasn't had Christmas shopping in the forefront of his brain. When finally dawns on him that he forgot to buy his son the hot new "it" toy on Christmas Eve, he has to do whatever it takes to make sure his son gets this action figure. This movie is one that is a bit of an enigma for me; I've watched this multiple times now, and have experienced mixed emotions each time. That said, I can usually go with my gut in figuring out my underlying feelings about a film. I am still no closer to figuring out whether I love this film or hate it. Right off the bat, Jingle All the Way starts off with a trope that is one of my biggest pet peeves to see in a movie: the working father that is busting his butt to provide for family, but they resent him for it because there aren't enough hours in the day to attend karate competitions. It's a clich that is all to common in family films, and it is an instant turn-off for me in a movie, making it rare for a movie to work its way back and win me over. As obtrusive as that may be, it isn't long before Jingle All the Way is showing its true colors, which is this absurdist comedy about what this mad-dash holiday has turned into. Is it intelligent commentary? No, not really, but everything doesn't have to be Shakespeare. You can have a silly movie featuring one of the largest action stars alive and come up with the most ridiculous things for him to say without breaking a smile. This is filled with comedy buffoonery, and not everything in here makes me laugh. In fact, a lot of it leaves me flabbergasted as far as why anybody would think that this is a good idea, but I have to say, it leaves an impression and I will never forget Jingle All the Way. I don't think this is something than anybody will ever defend as a classic, but for what it is, it's entertaining in a slipping-into-an-alternate-dimension sort of way. The great Phil Hartman is great in this odd and slimy role, and for me, he's one of the standouts of this. Even after multiple viewings, Jingle All the Way really still stands as one of those movies that I have no idea how to rate, because while it is inarguably a dopey comedy, it is one that I am able to laugh at because of the absurdity factor.

Domenique D (kr) wrote: Meh...LOVE Kirsten and Oscar...but meh on the movie. Kudos on accuracy for having things LOOK like it should have in the 60's with clothes, hair, cars.

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