Rishi Oberoi is the only son in the Oberoi family, who are wealthy and own a palatial home. Rishi is a womanizer, and often drinks. One day he comes across an attractive young lady, who he later comes to know as Chandni Gupta. Chandni is not impressed with Rishi's advances, and ignores him. Chandni is employed with an organization, and is in love with her co-worker, Mohan Sachdev. When Mohan and Chandni plan to marry, they are met with opposition from Mohan's parents, and as a result Mohan marries someone else. Rishi comes to know about this and offers to console Chandni as a friend. It is now up to Chandni to decide if she would prefer a womanizer and a former admirer as a friend.
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probowl 4 (it) wrote: I can't write anything different that isn't already noted in the Critics Consensus. They're right about this one, 'The Dilemma' is a letdown.
Sylvester K (jp) wrote: Stylish but lacking in story line. I absolutely enjoyed the use of lighting, colour, weird camera angles. I thought it was a clever film that is a homage to the giallo films, but without actually having to use a generic set of formula for the story. It does not have much dialogue but it's truly a remarkable film, and very experimental.
Fenky G (au) wrote: I really like an eccentric and witty character, so first of all, Alex Fletcher really caught my attention. This movie is quick, sharp, and deadly. It has a very quick pace, stabs you in the right place, and then lets your feeling flow out to die. I am a dude, and for a comedy romance, I think this movie is really good.
mari (br) wrote: Si te gusta el cine documental...tienes que verlo!
Kyle M (mx) wrote: A good-hearted film that's funny, with a nostalgic style of the 70s and nice skating talents shown on the rink and outside the rink, despite having some obvious clichs and difficult moments. (B+)(Full review coming soon)
Tabatha T (kr) wrote: This is a fav of mine. I LOVE IT! The part where she hits him with the ash tray lol that kills me! I still fall out of my seat laughing on that part lol
SagaciousFrank (ag) wrote: Wooden acting, corny dialogue, cheesy alien-bug adversaries that are simultaneously frightening. All of it intentional, including the poor actors who fit the bill perfectly for what is aaled of them. What isn't there to like? Everyone in 'Starship Troopers' is clearly having such a fun time that it just works. The special effects still hold up well today, and it has a memorable soundtrack and an appropriately chosen song, 'Fade Into You' by Mazzy Star'. And the Blu-Ray A/V quality is top draw. Sit back, relax,switch off your brain, and enjoy this awesome sci-fi action adventure flick. 5/5*
Don S (jp) wrote: I liked this adventure film based on a Michael Crichton novel. There is plenty to gripe about - especially the poorly done apes - but the story is gripping and sentimental, the acting is decent (though the dialogue is unnatural in places), and the innocently gorgeous Laura Linney takes a lead role. You could do much worse than this.
Harsh C (ag) wrote: Awesome banjo playing at the start but the rest of the movie drags
Gregory W (mx) wrote: one of my fave WWII movies
Quincy T (es) wrote: Man vs Man vs Wild. There's an allure of two men engaging in high stake wit battle. Beyond the Reach has simple premise to produce interesting suspense. The desert setting gives a specific barren and demanding background for survival of the fittest. Unfortunately, the movie loses momentum in midway point as the plot holes are mounting against them. These illogical scenes hamper any suspense the movie has built up from the first half, and unless audiences have generous suspension of disbelief, the last act is completely underwhelming.Story follows two men as they both hunt in the desert. Ben (Jeremy Irvine) is a guide for Madec (Michael Douglas), right from the start they don't mesh together that well. When an accident happens, their interests clash and things escalate out of control. For the role of powerful ambitious man, Michael Douglas can't be a bad cast as he has repeatedly performed well as such character in many other movies. However, the script gives his character several bad decisions which are contradicting his action merely five minutes ago.Jeremy Irvine is a good actor, he performed admirably in War Horse and also Woman in Black 2. He's a decent cast, and at first half it's easy to relate to his ordinary character as Ben. Problems arise after the two men trade trickery for their own interests. While the battle of old versus young and the gap of technology might produces a few thrilling moments, the rest of the plot suffers from irrational choices. The plot holes culminate in a bizarre last act, which nullifies any buzz it may have produced.Visual is presentable, the desert carries the sense of desolation and helplessness adequately. The two main characters don't have the best on-screen spark, though their exchanges of verbal and genuine blows are pretty convincing. Their relationships outside their ordeal in the desert aren't well established and as the movie tries to wrap up, these mismatches and irregular plot twists make the ending hard to take it seriously.Beyond the Reach is at its peak as men fighting each other and the element, unfortunately it doesn't translate well beyond that and it definitely doesn't end on high note.
Antwan J J (ru) wrote: Not bad at all, historically moving and quite the story