A little boy thinks of nothing but cricket. His father, Rusy, thinks of nothing but his little boy. To fulfill his sons dream of playing at Lords cricket ground, the honest and upright Rusy takes a reckless step. He borrows a gleaming red Ferrari. Just for one hour. The only trouble-- he doesnt inform the cars legendary owner. A wild, breathless, bumpy ride begins. A naive Rusy must dodge bullets and bouncers for one unforgettable night, and play the role of a perfect father. Can he do it? Ferrari Ki Sawaari is a fun-filled story of small guys and their big dreams and how these dreams turn into a mad comedy of errors. Fasten your seatbelts. The joyride awaits
Juli N (br) wrote: Enjoyed this immensely! Especially how they tied what's happening to them to a real event in America's history! It's dark and deliciously creepy!
Kara S (us) wrote: To me, this movie could be really good or really bad. I love all these actors so I'm hoping that it is good but it could turn out to just to be stupid.
Angela M (kr) wrote: a very cute but predictable movie
John R (kr) wrote: 170305: Uninspiring. Nothing really unique or noteworthy here.
Sean D (es) wrote: I love Camille Bell. She's beautiful and she doesn't overact, not annoying at all. I think she nailed the role. Unfortunately, the film is horrible and the plot is bad. I suppose everyone will tell me the original is better. I don't suppose that you can do any worse than this film. The plot is dumb, some idiot keeps prank calling young women to terrify them and does it over and over and over again over the course of a night. He says almost nothing, breathes hard on the phone like a moron and just tries to troll his victims.Then eventually he gets inside the house and starts killing everyone, nobody knows how he gets or breaks in, but he somehow does. I tried to make sense out of how he got into the house where Camille was babysitting, but I couldn't figure it out. I couldn't see the flaw or what she did wrong, if anything in a house so ritzy and high-tech, that this should or couldn't really normally happen. The film probably should be more appropriately titled, When A Stranger Bores. When A Stranger Snores. When A Stranger Overly Acts. When A Stranger Trolls. The biggest problem with this film lies in which the film does absolutely nothing for an hour. The entire film, outside of 15 minutes take place in the house. So 45 minutes is spent wasting your time with a freaked out babysitter. The chase stuff is only about 15 or 20 and the remainder of the film is the aftermath. Poorly done, poorly executed. The film had potential, but failed miserably.
Dann M (nl) wrote: Two of Universal's biggest stars, Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi, team up for Son of Frankenstein. In this third installment of the series Dr. Wolf von Frankenstein inherits his family's estate and decides to continue his father's work when his father's former assistant, Ygor, reveals that the Monster is still alive. Lugosi does an excellent job as Ygor; turning him into one of the most signification characters in the Frankenstein canon. Additionally, the story is rather good and takes the series in an interesting direction. Son of Frankenstein is able to deliver a fresh and frightening new chapter into the series, while still being a smart and well-crafted film.
Uli W (de) wrote: Handlung: Ja, viel.Spannung: Ja, vielDialoge: Ja, viel.CGI: Ja, viel. Irgendwie.Gute Kamera: Ja, aber nur bei den Bikiniaufnahmen.