Johny, Govinda, and Iqbal Ali are three close friends who live in a small community in Bombay. The threesome get together to help each other and other needy people in the community, and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jeete Hain Shaan Se
Johny, Govinda, and Iqbal Ali are three close friends who live in a small community in Bombay. The threesome get together to help each other and other needy people in the community, and ...
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Luisa a (jp) wrote: la pelicula la pricion de alcatraz es buena
Vadim D (au) wrote: I think Affleck does a fine job here in a little, underrated film. It's a good story and I enjoy films about Hollywood history. But it doesn't entice repeat viewings.
Fernando C (ca) wrote: cars is a great kids movie, with great animation and unforgettable characters. kids will love it, and you will have fun too....altough not as good as other pixar films, still very worth movie to see with the family
Alfredo S (de) wrote: Incredibly solid, dark, complex, and even frightening, this Batman installment amazingly narrates everything about what the Batman-Joker conflict stands for.
Dennis S (us) wrote: Even a semi decent cast couldn't bring this movie inot the realm of interesting
Aj V (au) wrote: I love this movie, and it's virtually unheard of! It has two big stars: Tim Robbins and John Cusack, as two unemployed friends who start a music video production company, and the craziness that occurs along the way. It's really fun and entertaining, and very funny. It's one of my favourite movies from 88.
viktor g (ag) wrote: Well, this film has its funny moments. But there should be more fun and the development it's a little bit tedious. The film just doesn't exploits all it's possibilities and so, it ends up disappointing the viewer. However, the idea for the story is very good. Love the satirical situations.
Bill H (nl) wrote: Good movie except when they use the stock footage from Tora! Tora! Tora!
Stacy G (br) wrote: No stars is impossible. Awful.
Luke P (jp) wrote: A wonderful classic for all ages!
Kevin M (gb) wrote: Movies rarely attack female stereotypes the way Legally Blonde does: it starts out by showing us Elle Woods (played by the energetic Reese Witherspoon) as a rich, early-twenties sorority girl with very little to lose. She's overly-bubbly, overly-perky, and seemingly dim-witted. She checks off just about every stereotype an American blonde girl could possibly have. When she gets accepted into Harvard (a hilarious scene showing the admissions department watching her video essay and finding reasons to admit her just because they think she's hot), she goes with the intention of winning back her ex-boyfriend, Warner. She instead gets herself lost in her pursuit of her law degree, in which she quickly learns to transform her attention to detail (which she uses towards beauty and fashion) into the case she is helping out with. It's not only funny seeing these stereotypes brought to life by Reese Witherspoon and the hilarious characters that she meets along the way, but it was also eye-opening to see her crush her obstacles and name-callers along the way by proving that there is often more than meets the eye. As long as there are breathing women in America, Legally Blonde would remain timeless among the people who can see past "blonde moments".