The story of a bunch of misfits whose misconception about each other’s backgrounds leads to a series of chaotic, yet comic outcomes. Aftab and Rimi play two strangers who have to pretend that are a married couple in order to get a place to live. Paresh Rawal plays a rich, yet ground to earth businessman whose business is named after his wife Anjali. Akshaye Khanna plays a young man starting a new business in electronic ware. Things get complicated when Rimi Sen goes to Paresh Rawal's house in search of a job & meets Akshaye Khanna who falls in love with her thinking she is Paresh Rawal's daughter. Paresh Rawal's wife thinks that he is having an affair with Rimi Sen while Paresh Rawal thinks his wife is having an affair with Akshaye. Enter Shakti Kapoor whose daughter falls in love with a guy pretending to be Paresh Rawal's son and soon everything gets out of control.
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Rhys G (au) wrote: This definitely isn't a terrible film, in fact I found myself wanting to score it higher. There was a lot of potential here, but just too many inconsistencies. The random and often inappropriate soundtrack was poorly integrated and there were a lot of characters with loose ends or without purpose. That said, I laughed aloud a little, and I believed the love story. It wasn't sentimental nor silly, so for that it's likeable enough.
Denis H (jp) wrote: Finally a funny college comedy movie.....a must see if you like movies like american pie
John P (ca) wrote: I have a fascination for early exploitation cinema, and this documentary captures a lot of that age quite well. Yeah, the movies back then were bad, really bad, but they had a charm. Listening to the stories behind them is VERY entertaining.
Lyn S (fr) wrote: Send them all back to Mexico...
Edward C (fr) wrote: Dracula Untold(2014)Starring:Luke Evans, Sarah Gadon, Diarmaid Murtagh, Dominic Cooper, Noah Huntley, and Art ParkinsonWritten By:Matt Sazama and Burk SharplessDirected By:Gary ShoreReviewI believe that if you come in to this movie expecting something else besides fun you won't like it, but if you want to have a good time with some vampires and medieval sword fights and battle then you've come to the right Dracula movie.The movie opens with Vlads son narrating about his father at a young age when the turks took him away from his father to prepare him for battle. He became known as Vlad the impeller who with his fierce skill scared his enemy's back to their land.The film revolves around Vlad who wants to live in his kingdom in peace. But peace comes at a price when the turk leader comes at his door and demand one thousand boys for their army like they did when Vlad was a child. He refuses this offer and chooses to gain power to destroy his enemies and protect his family,. He has only three days to defeat his enemies, resist the thirst for blood and save his kingdom.The atmosphere is right, it feels like a dark medieval tale and a war film. The first appearance of the vampires is short but cool and the best part is that creepy is when Vlad meets the master vampire on the top of the cave to gain the power of a vampire. The performances are all out for this film with the actors having fun in their roles.Earlier this year their was another film based on a classic Universal monster called I. Frankenstein and it had terrible cgi and was very boring. The story here in Dracula Untold though is effective to it's points that sometimes to do good we must do bad and unleash the monster within us.Dracula Untold is a fun effective film with better cg and a story with a good origin in the legend of darkness and blood known as Dracula. I give Dracula Untold a five out of five.
Naoya K (nl) wrote: One of the most important and the best films made in China in 00s, for sure. Freer and more intimate camera to the actors (characters), editing that ignores so-called the "form" and is more like a work don by a DJ playing a record on turntables - its existence symbolizes the 6th Generation Chinese directors.
Michael S (mx) wrote: love this little film
Rob L (gb) wrote: Bad movie, Cyndi Lauper is one of the worst actresses that ever existed. This is a comedy without any comedy whatsoever.
Michael F (es) wrote: About as good as I thought it would be, the beginning was gawd aweful, the rest was pretty OK. Only one good song, I can tell why they didn't have any music in the trailer. It's gimmicky like the Shrek movies after 2. But it did look quite well.