Jay Singh lives a middle-classed lifestyle along with his dad, Raghunath, and mom, in Bombay. His dad is killed, and both he and his mother attempt to get justice, but their efforts prove ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jay Singh lives a middle-classed lifestyle along with his dad, Raghunath, and mom, in Bombay. His dad is killed, and both he and his mother attempt to get justice, but their efforts prove ...
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Frances H (gb) wrote: Good, exciting venue for the excellent talents of Tom Hanks. Riveting story and excellent script and direction.
Nancy C (gb) wrote: 3/5 --- A dark but slightly funny story about a traumatized woman who serves up justice by her her terms.
Emman F (br) wrote: Strong screenplay, well-directed and perfect casting. One of the best Filipino films.
Ty P (it) wrote: Sorry, but I really didn't get the attraction towards this. It seemed childish, amateur and almost over the top, tongue in cheek.
Gotham T (us) wrote: All songs are great, .. know what i mean :-)
Wesley W (ca) wrote: A movie that I had little interest in seeing but decided to watch it anyway because I love to watch movies whether they are good or bad. Dennis the Menace was a terrible movie in my opinion and it had a lot of problems right from the start. I clearly saw that the movie was made for kids 10 and under but it gives it no excuse to be lazy and uninspired. The movie was just full of slapstick humor that I did not find funny one bit, the acting was mostly terrible, the writing was dull and lazy, and it really had no reason to exist besides the fact that the filmmakers just wanted to make a film adaptation to a TV show from the 1960's. A lot of people compare this film to Home Alone and I can see why. Dennis the Menace has none of the charm Home Alone had, none of the funny slapstick comedy that Home Alone had, Mason Gamble had none of the likeabilityness that Macaulay Culkin had in the main role, the villain wasn't entertaining or funny here like the villains were in Home Alone, and lastly, it lacked any of the heart Home Alome had. John Hughes wrote the script? What? Are you kidding me? No way you can't be serious right? What was going through his head while writing the screenplay? This is the man who brought us great movies like The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, and wrote the screenplays for the first two Home Alone movies and now he decided to get himself involved in this juvenile crapola? Why John Hughes? Just why? Lea Thompson and Robert Stanton made for some forgettable movie parents and the scenes with the mother at her job really just brought the film to a screeching halt. Another aspect that made me mad was Christopher Lloyd as the villain. I never thought I would see him give such a bland and stupid performance but he ended up giving one here. He was utterly brilliant as Doc Brown in the Back to the Future trilogy and here it felt like he was going through the motions to collect a paycheck. The scenes that tried to be deep in emotions came off really forced and sappy. There is but one good thing about the entire movie and that is Walter Matthau. He made for an interesting character to watch, he did his best with the messy material he was given, and there was a little chuckle or two with his character. In the end, I really did not enjoy this movie on an entertaining level or on an emotional level and the only thing it had done for me was waste my time. I will be sure to avoid the highly unnecessary straight to VHS and DVD sequel Dennis the Menace Strikes Again because it looks like total garbage from what I saw from it's trailer.
Jesse O (es) wrote: A fairly solid, if unspectacular, romantic comedy that probably won't stick with you for a long time shortly afterwards. While it's certainly better than I would've expected, I wasn't really excited about the film going into it, it played out almost exactly the way I would've expected. It's one of those cliched rom-coms that Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake made fun of in Friends with Benefits. It's got a silly plot and sitcom-y moments, but I think it works, for the most part, thanks to John Candy's immense likability and an inspired casting choice in Maureen O'Hara. O'Hara simply steals the show here with her insults and her overbearing personality, refusing to let her son lead his own life without making him feel guilty about it. This actually leads to some of the funniest moments in the film where Danny, after going against his mother's wishes, has visions of what would happen to her if, for example, he doesn't go to bingo with her. She'd be walking through the really bad part of the neighborhood and fall through a manhole to her death or she'd get into an extravagant car crash where the car explodes. She guilt trips Danny by wishing that he had a fun time on his date, or whatever the situation calls for, right before she dies in these visions. It leads to some funny moments in the film, but it actually plays into the narrative. As the last time this happens, when Danny decides to stay in Chicago to stay with Theresa and let his mother go on her own to Florida, he imagines a hostage situation that Rose saves herself from and she reassures Danny that she can take care of himself. It's certainly a little goofy and silly, but I think it worked in getting over the idea of how much Danny is attached to his mother regardless of whether it is his choice or not. I'm gonna be honest, as much as I like John Candy and all, if it wasn't for Maureen O'Hara's excellent performance, I wouldn't have given this movie 3 stars. John Candy and Ally Sheedy are certainly good enough, but their characters are a little vanilla for my tastes. Their characters are just a little too bland and uninteresting to justify the movie being just about them. They needed a little bit of color to make the proceedings interesting. And Maureen O'Hara is certainly up to the task. I can't imagine how this movie would've fared without her character. It's not even that her character is that great to begin with, it's just that she's the one with the most personality and the one you're most drawn to, in spite of her inappropriate remarks. And her relationship with Danny is probably the highlight of the film, as far as narrative is concerned. It's just far more interesting than the romance between Theresa and Danny. This is a solid enough movie to watch on Netflix. Particularly if you want something lighthearted. O'Hara certainly makes this movie better than it would've been without her, so keep that in mind.
Javier V (gb) wrote: Amo esta peli de verdad. Me encantara tenerla en DVD...original jajajajaja. Siempre recuerdo esta pelicula porque la veia mil veces con todo y los intermedios que Liverpool le puso a la peli en formato Beta jajaja y luego en VHS!!!!
Michael P (es) wrote: It's just terrible. I wanted to see the movie that "made Move 43 look good in retrospect". And well it did do that but that's the only "positive" thing that it did. The movie tries hard to be offensive which could be fine if it was funny which it isn't. Normally I wouldn't recommend a 0/5 movie, but in this case I will recommend it for two cases. 1. You're an up and coming comedy writer and want to see what not to do. 2. You want to painstakingly analyze a movie to find some shred of humor and ultimately fail.
Don S (de) wrote: I had a difficult time believing Hutcherson as a 15 year old with painting skills enough to mimic classic painters to the point of fooling experts. The acting is not a problem; Bacall seemed to struggle to keep up with her role. The story is told in a subdued or restrained manner. It comes together too slowly and parts of it begin and end going nowhere. I was bored through chunks of it.
Collin R (ru) wrote: considering its a bunch of no names they do a very good job its a cliche story yet some original humor makes it worth the watch