Sapna, the daughter of the Saigal family's driver is a simple fun-loving girl, but her dreams are not as simple. She dreams about riches and day-dreams about her dream man. Vijay Saigal and Vicky Saigal, both heirs to Saigal Industries have almost all the qualities of a dream man. Almost. Because "All work and no play" makes Vijay a dull boy and "All play and no work" makes Vicky and outrageous flirt, as he does not believe in the affairs of the hearts, but only in affairs. But then even Sapna is not made of the stuff, dream girls are made of. Not until she becomes a successful model and transforms into a beautiful girl. That's when she become Vicky's dream girl. But Sapna's success hasn't changed her status. She is still the driver's daughter and Mrs. Shanti Devi may overlook her son's affairs with rich girls but not with a driver's daughter...
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Gaurav S (de) wrote: The first one was awful but this one was good. The dialogues were amazing and so were Ajay Devgn and Amol Gupte
Armin N (nl) wrote: I really liked this movie. Gritty, tragic, and beautiful.
Justin S (de) wrote: This movie has so little too offer even the most dedicated Resident Evil fan, short of a massive list of iconic characters it literally brings nothing else to the table. The plot is incomprehensible and seems to almost negate the relevance of the older films.I expected this to be another fun "guilty pleasure" action movie set in one of my favorite franchises in the video game world, sadly it is an utter disappointment.
Prabir D (ca) wrote: Its really a superb movie. You need to see it in a cool mind.
Brody M (br) wrote: I did NOT expect this movie to be good at all.I was expecting a really low budget piece of garbage but this movie was really really good
Hiromi G (us) wrote: moved me to tears!! :)
DC F (gb) wrote: Yeah, not that good. Attempts to be funny with a typically heart-felt ending that most all of today's comedies embarrassingly have...
Alex W (it) wrote: I need the dvd and soundtrack asap!!!! FREEDOMMMMMM!!!
Timothy S (gb) wrote: Bill Murray has made more than his fair share of bad movies, like most actors, but when he aligns himself with just the right project the results can be spectacular. "Quick Change" is one such film, a criminally overlooked comedy that combines a great cast, the perfect script and Murray himself in near-perfect form in the lead. The clever heist comedy is the star's love letter to New York City, as it celebrates the city's unique style and the special sensibilities of its citizens. Only in New York would food vendors race to the scene of a bank robbery or applaud the release of hostages like they were watching a Broadway show. Frankly, this is one of Murray's best performances, and the screenplay by Howard Franklin gives the actor some of his best lines. The supporting performances are good too, especially a radiant Geena Davis in the female lead. The movie is almost stolen, however, by Bob Elliott of the old Bob and Ray comedy team. He has very little screen time as the bank's security guard, but he is hilarious every single time he's on the screen.It's also refreshing to see an adult comedy that is not afraid to use adult language but has enough restraint to not go overboard with it. That's the easiest way for a film to lose its effectiveness. The robbery itself is quite clever, and the sardonic tone of the picture is a perfect fit for its star actor. "Quick Change" is a forgotten movie that is greatly deserving of finding an audience, but that is becoming more and more unlikely with the passage of time. It's very funny and full of terrific comedic performances and a concrete grasp on what makes New York such a great city.
Christine G (kr) wrote: Hokey from beginning to end!
Julie G (de) wrote: Loved it as a kid. Enjoyed the painted sets as an adult. Whose doesn't love a Minnesotan archaeologist finding a lost colony of Vikings?
Alexandre R (br) wrote: Co-crit par le dramaturge allemand Bertolt Brecht, ce drame historique voit le jour en 1943 en plein coeur de la Seconde Guerre. Inspir du meurtre du numro deux d'Adolf Hitler, Reinhard Heydrich dit "le Bourreau de Prague", dont la mort suscita de vhmentes reprsailles de la part des Nazis et mena l'assassinat de plus de 1600 civiles, ce film au poids considrable r-crit l'Histoire et fait de ce meurtre l'oeuvre d'un seul homme, membre de la rsistance Tchque. Fritz Lang se lance ici dans une entreprise de haut calibre, une poque o le public n'tait sans doute pas prt se faire mettre au visage toutes les horreurs de la guerre. Visiblement conscient de cet tat des choses, Lang opte pour des scnes de violence plutt suggre qu'explicite; une ombre menaante, une coupure de journal, une dtonation hors-champ. Seul le mouchard de la Gestapo a droit une excution un peu plus graphique et d'une beaut esthtique exemplaire dans le plus pur style de Fritz Lang.Bien qu'il soit class sous la bannire du film noir, Hangmen Also Die se veut davantage un drame historique la sauce espionnage. Certains lments du noir l'amricaine se mlangent la sauce, mais l'ambiance gnrale de l'oeuvre s'loigne des archtypes du genre. La ralisation est remarquable malgr quelques longueurs et une intrigue qui fait du sur-place vers le milieu du film, mais qui retrouve ensuite son rythme de croisire pour conduire une finale qui en vaut heureusement la peine. Le spectateur moyen risque de perdre un peu d'intrt certains moments, mais en rtrospective, il ne regrettera pas son exprience.
Jason R (jp) wrote: Deserving of way more attention when it came out 2010. Great to see Hal Holbrook give such a good performance and have the lead in such a terrific movie this late in his career. This following his Oscar nomination for Into the Wild. I was lucky enough to see him live in his one man Mark Twain performance over 10 years ago in Idaho Falls. From All the President's Men in 1976 to Lincoln in 2012 he's had an amazing career. Don't miss this movie. It's really good.
Reece L (ca) wrote: A tempered, lengthy statement on the futility of existence and the extent of human folly set against the most absurdly ostentatious visual constructions human beings ever built, Barry Lyndon is intentionally oppressive in its stately elegance, beautifully photographed and impeccably art-directed to underline the role narcissism plays in its title character's life. Every person in this is loathsome, the cast of characters comprised of selfish opportunists, agentless and faceless aristocrats, pathetic children, and money-hungry peasants willing to sell their family members off for coin. Kubrick has dealt with these topics before, but here he very clearly imbues a unique, active contempt for human beings in general throughout, mocking their pathetic attempts at achieving some semblance of success in an unknowable world, synecdochally utilizing one man's rise and fall to exemplify this phenomenon. It works on a different field than his other films, but it's certainly no less masterful, boldly embracing nihilism and deconstructing life in a way as to warrant a place alongside his absolute best work.