This is a story about a romantic journey of a culturally opposite couple - Krish Malhotra and Ananya Swaminathan. They meet at the IIM-Ahmedabad College and during the program they fall in love. Complications arise after the program comes to an end and they decide to get married. Krish and Ananya belong to two different states of India. Krish, a North Indian Punjabi boy from Delhi, and Ananya, a Tamilian Brahmin from Chennai. They take a conscious decision; they won't get married until their parents agree. Everything goes downhill when the parents meet. There is a cultural clash and the parents oppose the wedding. To convert their love story into a love marriage, the couple faces a tough battle in front of them. For it is easy to fight and rebel, but much harder to convince. Will Krish and Ananya's love for each other sustain the battles? Will they manage to convince their parents and make it to their wedding? The film thus is a humorous take on inter community marriages in India.
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Benito R (nl) wrote: The film focuses on the plot and what's going on in the world rather than a single character. It has elements of drama, sci-fi, and romance, but doesn't fully capture any one genre. Although this may be one of the most depressing films made in a while. The unseen narrator is what really brings the film together, and makes it enjoyable.
MF J (ag) wrote: Great film about Mexican mules coming to America transporting cocaine. Very well done this film feels more like a documentary than an actual movie, all for the better.
Mike C (es) wrote: Sat on this forever and nearly sent it back to netflix without watching. Then I saw it was a 2001 Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Film - the best category there is. I say that because the category seemed to peak right when I got into movies from about 2004-2007. Pretty sure I saw Amelie, one of the other noms in the category, but it might have been a weaker year. Still, pretty decent flick, especially look at the cover.The story starts when a man's mother dies. He's forced out of the closet, literally. No, he's not gay. Just very neurotic. He ends up in a home and meets another partially disabled man. Despite some awkwardness and some struggles, the two become the best of friends and eventually are able to make it out in the world on their own.I don't think there's anything particularly moving about the film, as many a film about disabled might do, but it's comical and just a nice movie. I can't judge the actors to see just how well they acted because I've not seen their other work. All that said, a fun, feel-good movie.
Nayoung H (nl) wrote: one of the best ive ever seen :) quite unexpected
Louise B (mx) wrote: I couldn't sleep one night and this was on TV. I was really surprised that I actually enjoyed it. It was a cute little story and Denis Leary and Sandra Bullock had good chemistry together. I love Boston!
Lee M (us) wrote: No matter what you think this adaptation of A.S. Byatt's novella Morpho Eugenia sounds like, it's better and certainly kinkier than your best parlor-game guess.
Charles M (de) wrote: didn't hate it, but found it disappointing considering joan didion's involvement. also i found the whos, whats and whens difficult to follow all the time, but i'm coping with partial brain damage.
Donald W (ru) wrote: This movie was ripped off by the Alien movie. It was made in 1958. The writers actually thought that we would send not one but two ships to Mars in 1973. The movie starts with a news conference in a Washington D.C. official's office. When does anyone in Washington have a news conference in their office? The news was that the commander of the first ship to Mars had murdered his entire crew after crash landing. Then all the reporters jumped up and ran out of the room. Back on Mars the rescue ship is getting ready to lift off when one of the crew leaves the air lock hatch open while dumping trash. A Mars Monster sneaks aboard the spaceship. It was the Monster that had killed the first crew. After the ship takes off the monster kills one of the rescue ship crew. The ship has several stories. The crew has to barricade themselves in the top of the ship. Amazingly on a trip to Mars they brought pistols, a rifle, grenades, gas bombs, and a bazooka. Even with all this firepower they can't kill the monster. Just as in the Alien movie they kill the monster by putting on their space suits and opening an air lock letting out all the air out of the ship. Lot of the movie has no dialog just the actors looking for the monster and being scared. Two members of the crew were women. One seemed to be the ship doctor and the wife of one of the crew. The other is a nurse. Both seemed to be the ship cooks and waitresses. Before they discovered the monster the men set around a table eating while the women served them food and coffee. The youngest woman also was the girl friend of the ship's Captain and she also falls in love with the Captain of the first ship who was being accused of murder by the second Captain.
Aj V (de) wrote: Kirk Douglas plays a young man with a horn, a trumpet that is. He wants to play jazz, and he struggles through life and his alcoholism and bad love life. An interesting story, and great performance from Kirk. I liked this movie.
Jonathan K (br) wrote: I know I only like this because I watched it a ton as a kid. Recently watched it and realized how awful the movie really is.
Ryan V (ag) wrote: Wyatt Earp (Henry Fonda) was only passing through Tombstone, Arizona, but that was before a family of cattle rustlers murdered his brother and stole his herd. Freshly appointed as the town's new peace officer after he settles a drunken shootout, Earp sets out for vengeance and finds an unlikely ally in the brooding Doc Holliday (Victor Mature). However, their path to that famous shootout at the OK Corral is complicated by their web of feelings for a prim schoolmarm (Cathy Downs) from Doc's mysterious past. My Darling Clementine is a heavily fictionalized depiction of the most infamous gunfight in the Western mythos, but it's still almost impossible to overstate how deftly John Ford directs his iconic cast. His scenic framing of the Utah wilderness is majestic, his compositions are boundlessly iconic, and his long takes are filled with pregnant pauses that add profound dramatic tension.
Darren P (nl) wrote: A fantastic performance and a great movie.
Jack N (mx) wrote: it's simply not perfect but it's an entertaining flick that tells a great story.
Andrey B (it) wrote: Idiosyncratic David Cronenberg movie on the influence of the modern media and TV in particularly on people. It's nice to see Debbie Harry in the role of a BDSM obsessed radio star.