Hum Phirr Milein Na Milein

Hum Phirr Milein Na Milein

A lover only has a few days to find a clue to his sweethearts' whereabouts.

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Kevin S (jp) wrote: this movie wasnt that good at all, i gave it a star in a half for the few laughs i had but it was slow and dull and acting wasnt really done well at all not worth going to the movies over wait for it to free stream on netflix to check it out

Aha A (us) wrote: I really liked the movie and I think the movie was very romantic and I would love to see the movie again

John G (de) wrote: Its a fascinating movie, but only to people who like documentaries over comedies.

Eric W (jp) wrote: Really Bad Film Making!! Don't Do It!!!

Chris M (gb) wrote: Touching, heartening movie. Enjoyed the connection between the two families. If only it always worked out this well. Was hoping to learn more about cricket, but didn't.

Dorian G (fr) wrote: Not quite as good as I remembered it, but still a lot of great frat boy fun. Enjoy it for the reason of appreciating the Jackass crew in their prime!

Denise A (gb) wrote: This is a funny film.

Cesar S (kr) wrote: Espantosa! Una de las comedias como menos gracia de la historia del cine.

sincerelyurs u (nl) wrote: the best michael i ever seen

Jenna I (mx) wrote: I finally saw this (in theaters!) after years of being a Miyazaki fan, phew. Since my introduction to Miyazaki was Princess Mononoke I gotta admit watching this now felt first like a more convoluted version of Mononoke (meets Dune??) and also strongly dated with its supreme 80s soundtrack and is-she-wearing-pants-or-not head scratching for the first half hour.That said, it's still a Miyazaki and its absolutely brilliant. Wonderful world building, great female lead, great message. A movie about empathy and respect, which was lovely and sad to watch in 2017.

Edward C (nl) wrote: Plot/Summary,Humphrey Bogart plays Harry Morgan, owner-operator of charter boat in wartime Martinique. Morgan's right-hand man is Eddie (Walter Brennan), a garrulous alky whose pet question to anyone and everyone is "Ever get stung by a dead bee?" While in port, Harry is approached by Free French activist Gerard (Marcel Dalio), who wants to charter Harry's boat to smuggle in an important underground leader. Adopting his usual I-stick-my-neck-out-for-no-one stance, Morgan refuses. Later on, he starts up a dalliance with Marie Browning (screen newcomer Lauren Bacall), an attractive pickpocket. In order to help Marie return to America, Harry agrees to Gerard's smuggling terms. He uses his boat to bring resistance fighter De Bursac (Walter Molnar) and De Bursac's wife Helene (Dolores Moran) into Martinique. The Vichy police, suspecting that something's amiss, hold Morgan's pal Eddie hostage, tormenting the poor rummy by denying him liquor. Predictably, Morgan comes to Eddie's rescue and manages to escape Martinique, with the delectable Marie as cozy company. In the hands of director Howard Hawks and screenwriters Jules Furthman and William Faulkner, the end result bore only a passing relation to the original story by Ernest Hemingway: instead, it was a virtual rehash (but a good one!) of the recently released Casablanca, replete with several of that film's cast members. The film's enduring popularity is primarily -- if not solely -- due to the sexy chemistry between Bogart and Bacall, especially in the legendary "You know how to whistle, don't you?" scene. The most salutary result of To Have & Have Not was the subsequent Bogart-Bacall marriage, which endured until his death in 1957. It's widely believed that Lauren Bacall's singing voice was dubbed in by a pre-puberty Andy Williams; this is not true. For the record, a more faithful-to-the-source cinemadaptation of the Hemingway original was filmed in 1950 as The Breaking Point.My ReviewA great black and white classic from Warners Bros To Have and have not revolves around Harry a captain boat owner played by the great Humprhery Bogart in wartime Martinque. Morgan's right hand man Eddie played by Walter Bernnan a garrulous alky whose pet question to anyone and everyone is "Ever get stung by a dead bee?" which to me is a funny one liner in this film. While in port Harry is approached by free French activist Gerard who want's to charter Harry's boat to smuggle in an an important underground. Adopting his usual I-stick-my-neck-out-for-no-one stance, Morgan refuses. Later on, he starts up a dalliance with Marie Browning (screen newcomer Lauren Bacall), an attractive pickpocket. In order to help Marie return to America, Harry agrees to Gerard's smuggling terms. He uses his boat to bring resistance fighter De Bursac (Walter Molnar) and De Bursac's wife Helene (Dolores Moran) into Martinique. This film is fun it's masterful and really really really great.

Allie G (us) wrote: can't remember haven't seen since I was 5

Ed C (us) wrote: One line summary: Bad acting plus a bad script; zombies were uninteresting.--------------------------------- The film starts with a newscast about Natas, or sin, which is the new 'it' drug. The government is taking steps. The viewer watches the newscast being looked at by Natas users. A year later, Hunter is out in the desert, killing the occasional zombie. His Camaro breaks down from the blood and guts blocking his air intake. Sigh. He stops for gas, and ends up killing 8 zombies. He has not seen another non-zombie ('survivor') for six months. Then someone shoots him while he's driving. He and the car look pretty bad, but the drag him back to camp. The small group gets to know one another. Hunter and x go out to assess the damage on his Camaro; they encounter zombies. Soon the compound is attacked by zombies, including some sort of full-on mutant that looks like it was never a human. This was a disaster. Jesus dies taking out the lead monster. Down the road, they run out of gas. They all get sick from looking into a non-operational freezer. Someone steals their truck, which sets up an ambush by a crazy with a chainsaw. What was the setup for this? Hunter, Alison, Ricky, and Jerry make it to the airfield, which is supposed to help them out, somehow. Just where can they fly to that will be safe? Do any of them get out alive?-----------Scores--------- Cinematography: 2/10 Endless, stupid, in-your-face filters. Pink was my least favourite filter, but others were bad as well. Otherwise, the picture was rather low in quality, say mid-range VHS. Sound: 6/10 Not too bad, but with wretched incidental music. Acting: 2/10 Much to my disappointment, Danny Trejo's role was rather small, but that's where the +2 comes from. The main character is played by Martin Copping, who is more than a little boring, irrelevant, out of tune with the other actors. Clare Niederpruem was not a plus. Jade Reiger was decorative, but not a great actress. Jarrod Phillips gave one of the worst performances I've seen. Terry Guthrie barely seemed present. Screenplay: 1/10 Not much of a story, but it does have a beginning, middle, and an end. The dialog is horrible, as is the internal logic of the story. They stop because they are out of gas. Someone steals the truck (how?). Hunter recovers the truck; now it has gas. Right. Alison and Ricky are being chased by a fast guy with a chainsaw. Alison: we've got to get going! Ricky: I'm tired. SFX: 2/10 Second/third rate. Bad zombie makeup, splatter effects, vomiting effects. Blood shows up as pink, purple, orange, dark, and occasionally red.