A deliciously romantic coming together of Gulrez “Gullu” Qadir (Parineeti Chopra) a Hyderabadi shoe-sales girl disillusioned with love because of her encounters with dowry-seeking men; and Tariq “Taru” Haidar (Aditya Roy Kapur) a Lucknawi cook who can charm anybody with the aroma and flavours of his biryani and kebabs.
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(it) wrote: I love it so much. it spoke of everything a woman may go through in life. the divorce, the boy toy infatuation, backstabbing. i loved it, the acting was amazing and so was the music. i loved leslie nielsen too. he played his role so well, he had me gushing all over him.
(mx) wrote: Scorched and uncertain, each of these three lives presents its own tragic reckoning with one's lot in life and where that leaves a boy in middle school. Distaste crinkles the edge of the viewer's conscience and raises questions that can't easily be answered: why? how? when? What we have here is failure to communicate. This conversation is a one-way call, not a distress signal but a dirge from an abandoned corner that has not lost all hope-most, but not all. So often the signal flows in the other direction to little purpose; perhaps this latest burst of sound, a soft fury, will bring result.
(br) wrote: Napoleon Dynamite meets Dodgeball meets Spinal Tap. Entertaining film that serves to remind you why air drummers and air guitarists really need to get a life. "I don't need drums. I am drums."
(it) wrote: Awesome movie, Impressive cast, worthwhile plot, well executed acting.Something I can easily see myself re-downloading and watching again in a few weeks... Worth a watch definitely.
(au) wrote: This movie has an interesting start, a really confused middle, and a cliche crap ending. I guess it was worthy of spawning an entire franchise, considering what most people will take for entertainment these days. I haven't seen the other Saw films but I get the feeling that people who are into Saw would probably find their time equally well spent in strangling puppies. 2/5
(fr) wrote: Surrealism presented in a nihilistic manner conjoined with bizarre cinematic execution makes Gummo a strange yet somehow intriguing experience, like seeing a pig and a fox hoping harmoniously in a field of grapes.
(ca) wrote: If you are looking to get a great, catchy song stuck in your head for (literally) months, THIS is the movie to watch.
(ca) wrote: The funniest part was when she shot herself in both her arms.Kekeke.
(br) wrote: Oliver Stone is no stranger to controversy as since 1986 he has been making films about controversial subjects (USA subjects as he is a huge patriot) like USA Presidents, 9/11, greed is good or historical confrontations (from Vietnam to freaking Alexander the Great) but arguably his most controversial film is the one that doesn't feel like a Stone film: "Natural Born Killers".Mickey and Mallory Knox are an insane couple that terrorize the country for three weeks as they decide to go into a killing spree throughout the USA.First things first, when your movie features excessive and glorified violence, excessive use of vulgar language, nudity, rape and plenty of disturbing imagery, you pretty much make your film unwatchable for a large portion of the populous, but regardless of those massively controversial elements you would think that this film has something special/good as it has achieved an almost cult status and I just fail to find that special something. "Natural Born Killers" has very few pros like having Robert Downey Jr and Woody Harrelson giving such over the top performances that they are a joy to watch, a at times amusing dark humor and the last half an hour is just so dumb that is excessively enjoyable (I haven't seen a more fun and bombastic climatic sequence in a while) but sadly the last 5 minutes take away the greatness of the previous 25 minutes. But regardless of those minimal successes "Natural Born Killers" is basically "A Clockwork Orange with Bonnie and Clyde" if it was written by Tarantino and was adapted by a director on acid (to the point of Stone ripping off Kubricks sporadic quick flashes but changing it for nonsensical and heavy-handed psychedelia). I mean both films have the same message about the exact same topic and both are extremely controversial but unlike Kubricks film Stone throws subtlety out the window and instead goes to an over the top style in case the viewer is dumb enough to miss the themes of the movie, plus his directing is just nonsensical as he goes from obvious 'symbolism' to inserting meaningless shots in-between scenes (sure a couple work but then he just randomly puts Coca Cola ads or badly drawn animations). And lastly this is one of the most 90s films Ive ever seen thus the reason many people like it as this is a time capsule of that decade due to its obvious inspirations (which in case you missed them Stone puts them at the end of the film), soundtrack, "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" editing, the juvenile humor and the fact that Tarantinos fingerprints are all over the place."Natural Born Killers" is an extremely controversial, juvenile, over the top and desperate attempt to make a statement about violence in society without any subtlety and just keeps hitting you in the face with a hammer in case you missed it. If you are in your teen years or you enjoy juvenile stuff then this is a film made for you, but if youre not then go ahead and watch "A Clockwork Orange", an actually mature, subtle and more than well-crafted film that addresses all those subjects.
(br) wrote: Best old movie and so funny.
(nl) wrote: The best mini-series/TVM of all time!
(br) wrote: Early black and white mobster film.. Charlie plays mean well.
(br) wrote: A slow burn of a film. In an era of censorship, it pushed many boundaries, shedding light on the stark realities of drug addiction and jazz in the 50's. See it for Sinatra and the gritty, dark jazz soundtrack.
(us) wrote: This is a very interesting examination of a life through visual forms. The multiple layers of viewing: we look at Maloof's search for Maier, Maier's photographs of others, tells more about the mystery instead of revelation of lives.
(it) wrote: The idea of Rocky stepping from boxer to trainer is a good one, but as we would see in future films, the idea is done so much better. It seems like a studio mandate of a film, but without any of the real love that the others, even the ridiculous one, had. If you could just imagine Rocky IV the goes into Rocky Balboa, that would be best.