Two young Indians, a male named Jatin, and a woman named Karishma, meet on an airplane, who is on it's way to India. Jatin is returning home to get married to a woman named Jaya, who has been chosen for him by his mother. Karishma is also returning to India to get married to an Indian named Nimesh. Their paths cross, and despite of the difference in their temperaments, both are attracted to each other. Both would like to get married, but also realize and stand by their commitment to Jaya and Nimesh. Will they marry the partners intended for them, and thus regret this meeting for the rest of their lives?
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Akshay R (ru) wrote: Except a few well choreographed Hollywood-like stunts, and two well-shot songs, DHADA (meaning: tremor) doesn't make us feel the 'dhada' it tries to produce in us.
Christina S (it) wrote: This was like the matrix and every Jackie Chan and Jet Li movies put together. The outcomes was a cheesy, unoriginal flick. Stupid overall, but maybe that's because it was in German with that stupid German hip-hop and everyone's dancing to it at the end credit.
Jesper J (it) wrote: Religious crap and miners gone crazy because lack of daylight above the Arctic Circle
Ts Yeung Yvonne P (us) wrote: I remember I read it somewhere, the review said it's Sex and The City with brains. Agreed. Good story, the cultural surrounding enhanced the film, and I am happy it remains non-political.
Jonny 9 (mx) wrote: Not funny ha-ha but funny no-one-heard-me-snicker-at-that-right? Not funny ha-ha but funny no-one-heard-me-snicker-at-that-right? With Don Rickles now eight-five years old, Sam Kinison ironically dead at the hands of 16 year old drunk driver and Andrew "Dice" Clay's shallow talent reservoir completely exhausted, a gap exists in the market for highly offensive race-based comedy. This movie presents Sarah Silverman's staking out of that ground. Silverman produces none of the show-stopping belly laughs that Kinison could in the years before cocaine and alcohol convinced him that singing along to early 70's rock songs constituted entertainment. Viewers will find little in Silverman's act worth sharing with coworkers at the water cooler next day (Kinison's fans still remember certain of his material). This is not to suggest that the movie lacks entertainment value or that some lines don't elicit a minor titter. Rather, Silverman's talent is in getting the audience on her side with smart, politically incorrect observations and then leading them to a place so improper that they their fear overwhelms their smug hipness. She also does an excellent job of using her innocent good looks to amp up the shock value. Her attempt to provide value for money by including some videotaped vignettes along with footage of a Los Angeles show is largely misguided as the skits, like her ill-fated MTV show, feel forced. Some of them may have worked had she inflicted them on real audiences - Borat-like (for example, an extraordinarily offensive song sung to supposed nursing home residents may have actually been funny if Silverman actually went in and assaulted the elderly in a real nursing home). In short, far better stand-up comedy videos exist out there (most of George Carlin's stuff) but Silverman brings an original voice to shock-comedy audiences.
Chrissy P (it) wrote: i thought it was quite charming.
Markus S (us) wrote: Realistic, not Hollywood style which is positive. This movie made me find out more about his real life and times in Spain in the seventies.
Leslie B (nl) wrote: A little bit of prehistoric fun.
Jameson W (es) wrote: This is a boring watch. However, it is important to keep in mind that it's intentional. The story is supposed to be awkward, so to the audience, the film will assuredly come across as boring. Still, this was a brilliant adaptation of the famous James Joyce novel. Most of the characters were true to the book with only a few flaws here and there. The tone and setting was spot on, though. Overall, watcheable, but not necessarily the most enjoyable film I have seen.
Krista K (au) wrote: In 1830, forty years to the day since the last manifestation of their dreaded vampirism, the Karnstein heirs use the blood of an innocent to bring forth the evil that is the beautiful Mircalla - or as she was in 1710, Carmilla. The nearby Finishing School offers rich pickings not only in in the blood of nubile young ladies but also with the headmaster who is desperate to become Mircalla's disciple, and the equally besotted and even more foolish author Richard Lestrange.
Jorge S (ru) wrote: The misleading poster promises Groucho and Marilyn but you'll see very little of them both. The only thing you'll get aplenty is a lot of Harpo, which is really boring, well-known and limited. One and half of the 2 stars are won by the fabulous presence of Ilona Massey alone, a perfect woman rightfully first over Marilyn any day of the week.
I dont know w (de) wrote: Pointless violence is lame.
James K (br) wrote: A very sad, emotionally involving film.