Hello... is a tale about the events that happen one night at a call center. Told through the views of the protagonist, Shyam, it is a story of almost lost love, thwarted ambitions, absence of family affection, pressures of a patriarchal set up, and the work environment of a globalized office. Shyam is losing his girl friend because his career is going nowhere as he trudges his way around in a call center. His girl friend, Priyanka, is also an agent like him at the call center who is about to be snatched by an NRI technogeek. There is also the aspiring model, Esha, who is hoping for the break that seems to be always already eluding her and the man about town, Vroom, who is into well, things. The housewife, Radhika, who is constantly at the receiving end of her mother-in-law and a beleaguered grandfather, Military Uncle, who has been barred from interacting with his grandchild make up the...
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Matty C (nl) wrote: Wow! what a rollercoaster of probable thrills in this quite possibly good/shit sports themed piece of cinematography. Sweaty jocks with sweaty jocks and balls galore.. Hurrraaaaahhh!!!! it would probably have reminded me of my dear friend Bunty D'amore and his arse loving chums from the Winchester Club if I'd bothered to watch it. Truly awful 2.2 /00000.13 and a dirty great thumbs down from me folks.
Jessica L (us) wrote: They made the Happy Medium into an effeminate man and the Man With the Red Eyes just a dude. This adaptation has the bare bones of the plot from the book, but while the book's messages were woven into the story the movie likes to hit you over the head with their half-developed ideas. Hope the Hollywood version does a better job than this shlock.
Adam R (ca) wrote: This was a really bizarre film. The mockumentary format didn't really work for me. In fact, I hated it. (First and only viewing - Summer 2006)
Brenna C (mx) wrote: Horrible writing, bad music, slang in dialogue painfully inconsistent with the period. Huge stars cast in this movie, but the film is way, way beneath them. Had every Disney stereotyped character in it who did everything you know they will. Most songs badly timed, such as "the prayer", a super-slow, dreamy ballad as the villan and his metallic army are clamoring around.
Barry H (ag) wrote: A must see movie that is funny and a tear jerker!
TonyPolito (es) wrote: Truffaut's autobiographical admission to being a very serious skirt-chaser - and search for viewer sympathy regarding his 'affliction.' At first, such sympathy is hard to imagine, as uber-fickle protagonist Morane (Charles Denner) is seen quickly bedding, then quickly ditching, one woman after another. The slow reveal is that Morane is so fickle, so quick to pursue, so quick to disengage at first hint of relationship - that these trysts attest to his possession by obsession. And Truffaut, so heavily influenced by Hitch, certainly understands obsession. (Truffaut himself, in true Hitchcockian fashion, quietly slips past a funeral party in the first scene.) And, just as Hitch so often did, Truffaut finds the roots of that obsession within a Freudian childhood. Add one seriously-failed romance (Truffaut's self-referencing of Catherine Deneuve) and Morane's unable to form any emotional attachment whatsoever. He looks for, in every woman, what he cannot find in any woman. And just keeps on looking. And looking. Morane savors, adores, deeply desires, in each woman, some unique trait that sets her above all other women. Someone never to be the artist, Morane is relegated to endless admiration of every detail of every painting in a museum, paintings he is never allowed to touch. His unwavering adulation of each woman, for her uniqueness, ultimately flatters (and enamors) each far more than any ordinary lover could/would. So, by all this, Truffaut opines Morane (and he) deserve pity and actually treat women rather well. Your opinion may vary. This film was ultimately rehashed (poorly) in 1983 into funny-business by Blake Edwards and Burt Reynolds. For solid Truffaut homaging Hitchcockian obsession, see "Mississippi Mermaid" (1969), an excellent film eventually tramped up by Angelina Jolie and Antonio Banderas in Hollywood's rip "Original Sin" (2001).RECOMMENDATION: For director Truffaut's fully naked obsession, recommended.
Greg W (ca) wrote: Director Kenneth Branagh clearly is having fun navigating Tim Harvey's slick set design, but eventually the characters' deadly competitiveness becomes tedious.
Adam R (kr) wrote: A nice attempt by William Castle, but almost all of Homicidal is very unexciting until the end. The twist was a good one and I did like the idea of the Fright Break, but I didn't think it was that scary of a movie even for its time. And it's very campy. (First and only viewing - 11/4/2015)
Preston B (ag) wrote: Easily one of my favorite movies Spooky,goofy and fun to watchAnd the dark ending caught me of guard and dare I say it scared me!!!!
Peter K (ca) wrote: Wasn't too bad.. better than I expected for a prequal... Easy watcher.
Greg W (gb) wrote: good actioner & another lost review flixter-grrrrrr
David H (nl) wrote: One of my favourite Blaxpoitation Movies written by the Genius Paul Schrader it have Style, entertains and have also a Bunch of Messages on is that it shows the Way from a Shoeshine Boy to a Gangsterboss, that Strength, Power and Brutality is the most sucesfull Way to get Respect and that a regular scalawag can turn to a Gangster with Guts too when he gets in Charge and that the Karma is getting everybody the higher you rise the deeper you fall