Khichdi: The Movie
Khichdi: The Movie is a Hindi film directed by Aatish Kapadia, starring Supriya Pathak, Rajeev Mehta, and Anang Desai. The film is produced by JD Majethia and is the first film of Hats Off Production. Narrated through the two wise kids of the hilariously madcap Parekh family, namely Jacky and Chakki, Khichdi: The Movie is about a hare-brained dream of a snail-brained bunch of lovable losers. Hansa's brother Himanshu has borne a ridiculous ambition that is to have a memorable legendary love story
- Stars:Supriya Pathak, Anang Desai, Rajeev Mehta, Nimisha Vakharia, Gireesh Kr. Sahdev, J.D. Majethia, Kirti Kulhari, Kesar Majethia, Markand Soni, Deven Bhojani, Paresh Ganatra, Farah Khan, Arvind Nagar, Tina Parekh, Satish Shah,
- Director:Aatish Kapadia,
- Writer:Aatish Kapadia (screenplay)
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Khichdi: The Movie torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Acting: 7Screeenplay: 7Ending: 7Good duo of Kate Mara & Shia LaBeouf.The film certainly makes us think about the fragility of the inner and outer world.The war is cruel and meaningless and the soldiers on it are weak-willed pawns.
(jp) wrote: What keeps "Frankie Go Boom" from going completely into the gutter is the young, brilliant cast. Charlie Hunnam recalls his days on "Undeclared" with this straight-faced comedic role, making his bad ass persona on "Sons of Anarchy" impress that much more. Chris O'Dowd is the driving force of comedy, as the misfit brother pushing the raunchy plot all the way through. Lizzy Caplan proves she's well on her way to bigger and better things, no longer just playing the quirky, tomboy friend, but expanding into a viable and adorable love interest that you root for. I am not entirely sure why Ron Perlman would step into the role of the transvestite, but he definitely holds nothing back. In line with films like "Orange County" and to extremes like "Freddy Got Fingered", "Frankie Go Boom" and its spark may not live on like those previously mentioned films, but it was rather enjoyable from start to finish.
(jp) wrote: Veronika gets home from a day at work. She pours herself a large glass of whisky, takes a shower, puts a Radiohead CD on (because they're depressing, right?) and methodically takes a large overdose of medication from her bathroom cabinet. Veronika has decided to die. But of course she can't actually die. That would be a very short film. What follows is takes place at the mental hospital she wakes up in. She's been committed. Not only that, she only has a short time to live after all - a huge aneurysm could strike at any time. A huge aneurysm may also been something you wish to be struck down with to save you from sitting through the tedious learning-to-live-again journey Veronika subsequently embarks on.The film is ponderous, managing to say almost nothing insightful yet taking over 90 minutes to do it. So many films have taken on the psyche-ward/asylum and none have done it so blandly. Sarah Michelle Gellar once again is criminally underused. The idea is not without potential, yet the character's past is unexplained and her future is contrived and not at all convincing. The heart sinks very early on when we're introduced to the shy, mute boy and the discovery that Veronika used to love playing the piano. Oh, and there's a piano in the hospital! Of course there is.Small parts of Veronika Decides to Die are nicely done and almost touching. A less cynical viewer may even find it a powerful exploration of life and death. They'd be wrong though. It's a miscast, dull, unimaginative adaptation of a much more interesting story (Paulo Coelho's novel on which the film is based). All of the best moments are down to Gellar, the only three-dimensional character in the place, who marginally makes this film worth watching. Should have been so much better.
(gb) wrote: This is a powerful anti-war film that puts you right into the madness and destruction of human beings forced into uniforms and forced into hatred for those in opposing uniforms. This, I argue, and movies like this are better than the very well done Saving Private Ryan because it doesn't take sides. It's a story about what is ultimately mass murder under the cloak of the name "war."
(us) wrote: November 10th 2009June 9th 2012
(gb) wrote: Divertida, pero por debajo de la primera
(br) wrote: Gotta love the French as they can justify bad behavior and deceit as a basic function of our humanity, embrassing it and ignoring the painful bits. Lucky Pauline to have seen this in her teen years -- will save her a lot of problems later on!
(br) wrote: It was ok ,the message at the end of the movie was endearing
(kr) wrote: This is quite possibly the saddest movie ever made. Victor Moore and Beulah Bondi are heartbreaking as an elderly couple forced to separate after 50 years when the bank takes their home. If the final scenes do not make a person cry, that person does not have a heart.
(jp) wrote: good basic movie. suspenseful and enjoyable (2 viewings)
(us) wrote: Hey! I LOVE this movie ! so if you dont like it just take off ya hoser :P
(de) wrote: One of my favorite movies and musicals