Everybody Says I'm Fine! is an Indian English language film, released on 12 September 2001 at the Toronto Film Festival. It marks the directorial debut of Indian actor Rahul Bose. For his work on Everybody Says I'm Fine! Bose won the runner-up John Schlesinger Award for best directorial debut at the 2003 Palm Springs International Film Festival.The film revolves around a small group of elite Mumbaikars whose lives converge at a hairdresser's salon. The protagonist Xen owns the salon and has a unique gift of connecting with the minds of his clients and reading their thoughts while at work. Most of his customers maintain a facade of normality in order to gain semblance and hide their tumultuous lives to some extent.
Sikander Malik lives a middle-class lifestyle in Bombay, along with his parents, who run a musical band and a recording studio. One day the studio catches fire due to a short-circuit ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Thee Chad S (jp) wrote: A funny film about a man who fathers 500-some kids via a mixup at a Fertility Clinic. Sweet, charming and a lot of fun. The American remake will be out soon ('Delivery Man' starring Vince Vaughn), catch the original beforehand.
Synth D (jp) wrote: This movie fucking sucked, I only watched it because my brother wanted to see it.
Melissa W (de) wrote: The best part is the understated humor. Just o.k. otherwise, but pretty interesting. The main character (the priest) is very likeable.
Kenji Y (fr) wrote: Wow, little too long but it was good movie actually. Because of English voice over?
Sarah S (de) wrote: OMG~THIS MOVIE WAS IN ONE WORD...GREAT! I LOVED BARBARA MORI IN THIS. I FIRST FELL IN LOVE WITH HER WHEN SHE PLAYED "RUBI" FROM THE MEXICAN NOVELA. SHE DID A SLPENDID JOB ON THIS MOVIE. AND MANOLO CARDONA...SOOOO SEXY. HE WAS GREAT TOO. A DAMN, THE PASSION THAT MAN RADIATES IN THIS MOVIE, MAKES YOU WANT TO JUMP INTO BED WITH HIM. I DEFINATELY RECOMEND THIS ONE. 2 THUMBS UP!
Erwan A (mx) wrote: entre le conte de fee moderne et la chronique sociale ... Dupontel a plein d'idees, des bonnes et des moins bonnes.Trop d'idees peut etre ...
Denise H (ag) wrote: I own it now and from the 70's you just like the movie and actors,I just don't like the GD!!
Greg W (us) wrote: #3 in this trilogy runs out of gas
Andrew W (kr) wrote: One of my favourate films...
Molly R (kr) wrote: I love Judy Garland and Fred Astaire.
Jose M (jp) wrote: It's no surprise seeing a romance-comedy film that will either really smart and funny or bad or a Katherine Heigil film. Quintessentially, you have a woman down on her luck or one with a terrible boyfriend, but will soon fall for another man. Obstacle and challenges will come, but soon it becomes a happy ending. I pretty much saw familiar elements in Moonstruck although Moonstruck is amped with attitude, religion, superstitious, and Italians centering on its star Cher while poignantly questioning love, marriage, and age. It starts with a bizarre proposal scene in a restaurant with Johnny and Loretta. Johnny is leaving to Italy to visit his mother who is minutes away from death. He instructs before his departure that she must find his estranged brother and invite him to the wedding. She discovers Ronny played by Nicolas Cage, an angry man with one hand. He blames Johnny for his misfortunes in life. Loretta seeking to make amends pursues him to show up at the wedding and ends up sleeping with him. Ronny, who is described by her as a wolf, confesses his love to her. It's pretty exuberant from there on. The performances from the cast is refreshing and funny although sometimes sad. The writing is witty as it allows there characters to come to life. As one scene, Loretta meets a bitter old woman who curses a plane her fianc is riding. The old lady tells her that she was once in love and then betrayed by her sister. Loretta, a widow, is disturbed by it and constantly talks about the "bad luck" which it doesn't get better when she meets Ronny. Cage is pretty hilarious especially with the rant scene. This will set up one of my favorite slap scenes of all time. This is a must watch along with Vicky Cristina Barcelona, another excellent romance film.
Russell S (kr) wrote: Whilst I personally prefer Superman the movie, Superman 2 is a great sequel that carries the story forward with top performances, mostly great effects and plenty of entertaining action.There are some plot inconsistencies and things that make little sense if you analyze everything too closely but the fun factor and entertainment value mostly make up for such problems.It's a pity that the final version was ultimately the product of two directors but it still happens to be the best version overall. The story probably needed another draught and the movie doesn't seem quite as stylish or well crafted as it ought to have been, but it's near enough.