Ajay alias Munna Babu is a semi-senile, gentle but naive young man who has a wealthy family estate. His employees and alleged well-wishers conspire against him and introduce him to his long-estranged mother, Shakuntala, and brother, Vijay. Munna is overjoyed, not knowing that they are devious impersonators. This joy is quite short-lived, as they soon show their true colors, and Munna gets killed. His restless spirit seeks out his real brother and appeals to him to avenge his death. Vijay, at first, thinks he is hallucinating, but when his mother confirms that he indeed had a twin brother, he agrees to accompany Munna's spirit back to where he was killed, and thus assist him complete his vengeance. Things do not go as planned, and Vijay himself becomes their victim, and may face the very same fate as Munna.
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Leon B (gb) wrote: Review:I didn't really find this movie that funny. It just seemed like many other movies in this genre, with Kevin Hart rambling on like he did in the first film in this franchise. I didn't find the character that interesting and a lot of the film was corny. Basically it's about a group of friends who get together for a bachelor and hen party in Las Vegas. The couples separate and make the most of the Vegas nightlife, but they end up getting in all types of trouble before the wedding, which was also being held in Vegas. I wasn't expecting that much from the film because I wasn't a big fan of the first one. There's a couple of funny moments, like when Kevin Hart was getting down in his room like Tom Cruise in Risky Business and when the ladies were singing Poison in the club, but I still failed to find it that funny. On the plus side, I liked the chemistry between the characters, which seemed realistic, but it lacked originality. Average!Round-Up:After making such a profit at the box office, I'm sure that were going to see more movies in this franchise, especially as the storyline was left open. Personally, I think the characters aren't interesting enough to make another movie but thats just my opinion. Although Kevin Hart is pretty annoying in the film, he is the only person that makes it slightly interesting and funny. The other male characters didn't have that much input in the movie and the ladies storylines were pretty weak. Anyway, as a single man, I didn't really enjoy the film but I'm sure that there Is many couples that will relate to this film, especially on a date night out.Budget: $24millionWorldwide Gross: $70millionI recommend this movie to people who are into their comedies about a group of friends who get together for a night out in Las Vegas before a wedding. 3/10
Riley H (nl) wrote: Interesting and well worth watching but the score sucks and the film suffers from a too conventional telling that requires a climax.
David F (de) wrote: The one that pretty much started it all for Brooks.
M C (ru) wrote: Hilarious B-movie gold. The script and acting are surprisingly solid, and the Leprechaun (played by Warrik Davis) is awesome. 65/100
Aj V (es) wrote: I saw this drama on TV a long time ago, I thought it was pretty boring for the most part, but it seemed a pretty realistic view of teenage girls. Plus, there are a bunch of stars in this, so it's an okay movie.
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Joe S (it) wrote: It is what it is. A good time to watch.
Shane D (br) wrote: For a late-90's thriller about modern technology with all it's fancy "modems" and "hacks" this isn't too bad. Mainly due to the combined charm of Will Smith and one of Hackman's last decent nutty performances. Otherwise, reasonably forgettable amid a very well worn sub-genre of films from the 90s. Luddite's rejoice!
Simon H (mx) wrote: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf is a 2 hour film of solid dialogue between two married couples. An interesting idea that if put with the wrong film would make it hard work to finish, However, what Virginia Woolf has is a well written and acted script that is entertaining to witness until the end. Played to perfection by the four cast members, including Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, you can't help but feel like you are watching the actions of two actual drunk couples. Some of the one liners involved within their chemistry makes you physically laugh aloud forcing you to pay attention as they come out of no where. Just as the scene quietens downs, it doesn't take long for one character to throw a line towards another to get the characters and the viewers alert.The story may not have any form of dramatic conclusion or heavy narrative, but the 2 hours are well spent if it means witnessing the arguments and remarks between an unhappy couple and their new 'friends'.