This is the story of Karan and Tanya. Karan is in love with Tanya but is too shy to tell her. One day Tanya witnesses the murder of a scientist by his evil twin brother, the underworld don Mehboob, and needs to flee the country. When Karan's friend coaxes him to track Tanya after she migrates to Dubai, he enlists the aid of a deceptive investigator, Rocky to track her down. Rocky ends up falling in love with her at first sight and tries to stop Karan from wooing her. Meanwhile, Tanya's physically disabled friend, Sanju also has a soft spot for her and tries thwarting Rocky's attempts at getting close to Tanya. The plot thickens when Don Mehboob and his gang track Tanya down in Dubai.
Writer:Kiran Kotrial (story and screenplay), Neeraj Vora (dialogue), Abbas Hirapurwala (dialogue)
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Curtis R (mx) wrote: Putting Don Knotts in a haunted house back in the mid sixties was just pure genius and this is why this is my favorite Don Knotts movie. Knotts plays milquetoast newspaper typesetter Luther Heggs from a small Kansas town that dreams of being a big shot reporter like his rival Ollie who belittles Hegg's every chance he gets, especially in front of the gorgeous Alma for whom Luther has a crush on. A twenty year anniversary on a murder-suicide is coming up for the creepy mansion it took place in and Luther finally gets his shot at being a reporter. The only catch is he has to spend the night alone in that mansion on the anniversary of that tragedy. After spending the night in the abandoned mansion, Heggs is led to believe that the house is haunted and develops into a local celebrity in the process. The only person not impressed with Luther's tales of secret passages and ghostly played organs is Mr. Simmons, the owner of the house who returns to town and sues Heggs for libel. Can Hegg's convince everyone that what he witnessed was true and solve the twenty year old mystery in the process? "Attaboy, Luther!"
Ian C (ag) wrote: I liked the narration and Schwartsman is excellent and a complete and utter dick. To begin with there are quiet a few laughs but they disappear midway through and the film rapidly goes downhill. The characters are all unlikeable cunts aswell. It could have been great.
Jos M (nl) wrote: Espectacular el inicio, solo para los amantes del teatro.
John D (jp) wrote: As Scott says, I totally agreed. Its Home Alone though in a hardcore version. A very well made "revenge suspense" in a low budgeted film. The idea is pretty awesome thinking a deaf kid in an aggression scale. The presentation and the plot is not bad until I find the acting more lousy at times. Other than that, it's a must watch thriller.
Risa C (us) wrote: good movie. i believe that there is a real loch ness monster, and i'm glad that they decided to make a movies about her! scooby doo is one of my favorite cartoons.
Jack M (kr) wrote: Lost in Translation is a lovely, moody, melancholy film, with a wonderful downbeat score to enhance the atmosphere. It also features possibly the best and most reserved Bill Murray performance ever. Murray's subtlety fits the equal subtlety of the film's moments of humour and emotion. This film is more about the raw feelings and the pathos that it manages to evoke through its wonderful visuals, score, and performances than it is about a complex plot.This tale is about culture shock, with Murray playing an unhappily married, ageing Hollywood star called Bob Harris, in Tokyo to film a lucrative whisky commercial. He wants an escape from the intensity and alien nature of his newfound environment - the culture shock and Murray's deadpan acting are where the humour comes from - and a temporary escape from his passionless marriage. He finds this through an unlikely source, Charlotte, a young newlywed seemingly regretting her marriage. The two strike up a friendship, one which blossoms in a nuanced manner, with little dialogue, but an unspoken connection.Do they love each other, or are they just using one another as an excuse to momentarily escape the reality of their lives? This is what makes their dynamic so interesting, as we can never truly pin down the nature of their relationship. The famous ending, in which Bob whispers inaudible words to Charlotte, emphasises the mysterious and ambiguous nature of their bond. The title 'Lost in Translation' refers to both the differing cultural landscape and the lack of clarity in their relationship.Equally emotive and funny, and with revelatory performances from two of Hollywood's most loved stars, this is a film that proves that Sofia Coppola is not just a relative of her father, Francis, but a director with her own staggering artistic vision, capable of creating her own brand of beautiful cinema. What we have here is something truly unique and touching.
Shane D (de) wrote: It's reasonably short, shrift and there's dragons. Some ridiculously over the top work from McConaughey but here are the first glimpses of the stoic heroism Bale would go on to show in the Dark Knight trilogy. You get what you pay for.
Steve P (gb) wrote: NOTE: This film was recommended to me by YouTube user Kjo Schultz for "Steve Pulaski Sees It."Hype Williams' Belly follows the troubled escapades of two New York street criminals named Tommy (DMX) and Sincere (Nas), in addition to their partners in crime, as the gang spends their nights cracking cars and robbing nightclubs using little else other than brute force. This provides them with pocket money for the meantime; enough where Tommy can satisfy his girlfriend Keisha (Taral Hicks) and Sincere can take care of his girlfriend Tionne (Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins) and infant daughter.However, the big break for these gentleman comes at the turn of the 2000's, when heroin prices are escalating and the business is becoming a lucrative venture for anyone willing to take the risk. Tommy and Sincere go on to meet "Ox" (Louie Rankin), a heroin drug lord who wants to work with the men due to their promise. The perils of urban life soon take their toll on the men, in addition to greed and self-absorption, most of it resting on Sincere, who has to constantly battle the push and pull effect he gets with his business and his wife nearly every day.Belly is an interesting street-drama largely for its cinematography, and surprisingly not so much for its two leading male performers, two of the biggest names in hip-hop at the time. Rather than opting for flare with a constantly moving camera or canted angles similar to the Hughes Brothers' Menace II Society (this film also featured Tyrin Turner from that film in a small supporting performance, as well), Williams and cinematographer Malik Hassan Sayeed employ a wide variety of different ambiance and aesthetic warmth to the film. Consider the scene in a nightclub, where the blacklights make the characters "glow" blue in a strangely eerie, unsettling manner. Then consider one of the chase sequences in the film and how Williams employs very vivid, cleanly shot and paced car chases that help make a film that's mostly grounded in reality suspend disbelief for a few minutes in order to give you something completely different.There's more variety to Belly than I initially had predicted. The issue at hand is that there is so much going on in Belly that it's a shame character development suffers as a result. Granted, this particular drama doesn't have a liberal three hours to build up character relations, but it doesn't have the same hard-hitting punch and haunting, "urban jungle" vibes as a film like New Jack City did a few year prior. DMX and Nas do a fairly adequate job of conveying characters, but there's not a lot to them as people, which makes their performances, as well as their characters, stunted from any kind of significant growth.On an unrelated note, the soundtrack for Belly is what truly pushes it over and makes it a presence. Songs from Wu-Tang Clan, Method Man, and DMX himself populate a film that pulsates with life and adds to the noir-aesthetic Williams and Sayeed work to create. While it's unfortunate that Belly's lacking character development and rather subpar plot distract its loftier, more impressive elements, there's almost never too many urban films that depict some kind of dichotomy between playing by the rules and ripping the rulebook to shreds when you look at where it has gotten you. The film, in many ways, proudly showcases that.Starring: DMX, Nas, Taral Hicks, Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins, Louie Rankin, and Tyrin Turner. Directed by: Hype Williams.
Grami Tami N (nl) wrote: I admit I watched this and actually enjoyed it.
Jamie M (gb) wrote: The best baseball movie ever made