Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum

Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum

Kya Super Kool Hain Hum (English: How Super Cool Are We) is an upcoming Bollywood comedy film directed by Sachin Yardi, and produced by Ekta Kapoor and Shobha Kapoor. The film is a sequel to the 2005 surprise hit, Kyaa Kool Hai Hum. It stars Tusshar Kapoor and Ritesh Deshmukh from the original cast. The film is expected to release on 27th July 2012

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Jordon J (au) wrote: This film isn't original this has been done before & it's been done better, This film has so many plot holes it's ridiculous & the kills and acting aren't exactly professional. I say SKIP IT!!!

Asif K (au) wrote: A delightful feel-good story about office workers who create an underground company that topples their oppressive boss. The story is charming, lighthearted, gently comedic, yet inspirational--a great film for office workers the world over! A surprisingly sharp workplace comedy whose concerns should resonate with oppressed worker-bees everywhere. it was so different and intelligent. decent performances. awsome screenplay really loved the story and plot. it is so under rated :( outstanding.

Michael S (es) wrote: A quirky, twist-filled little thriller.

Adrian B (us) wrote: Really enjoyable coming of age British comedy with a good soundtrack.

Sean C (gb) wrote: There's a really good idea lurking with the ninety minutes of film that makes up Toxic. It's just a shame the narrative is muddled and the director overeggs things with flashy editing rather than concentrate more on telling the story properly. Shame!

Japes (gb) wrote: As a motocross/supercross fan & rider, I was really disappointed in this movie. Not even an hour into the movie, both brothers have girlfriends...really? There seemed to be more romance than racing in the entire movie. The supercross side to the movie wasn't a breath of fresh air either. There was just something about it that seemed so wrong...maybe it was the fact that they put Channing Tatum and Aaron Carter on dirt bikes and called them "racers"...or it could be because they made a privateers' racing career look easy. Winning against professional factory riders? Really? Supercross the movie is a huge let down.

Simon W (fr) wrote: Male nudity abound, but such a crass exercise in everything else that it even wastes Helen Mirren.

Mister C (nl) wrote: [i]Fierce Creatures[/i] Mostly not my thing. The characters are not drawn as sharply; they just seem to be going through the motions to advance the plot. In terms of the actual operation of the zoo, you're never certain exactly what anyone does. It seems that Kevin Kline was attempting to reprise his Otto character, but the result was far too over-the-top. The dual role as the father was also the brunt of really sohpomoric fart jokes. The physical humor felt far too stagy in most places, and what a train wreck of a denouement. A huge disappointment after [i]Wanda[/i]. [i]Adaptation.[/i] I haven't seen a movie quite like it. It's a movie about a writer writing about writing. I enjoyed the acting from the cast very much. Meryl Streep, Chris Cooper, and particularly Nicolas Cage brought fervor to the roles. As much as the movie seems to be about finding meaning and purpose, the actors gave the roles depth that defy the writing. I thought that the third act didn't mesh the storylines together well. The thriller twist, the gleeful ending, and especially the drug angle. Yes, they made Susan Orlean happy (or at least disconnected), but what was going on in her mind? The orchid analogy also doesn't come to fruition. The movie defies some of its own logic in the first segment of the film in using mechanisms that Charlie Kaufman (in the film) condemns. Despite its flaws, it was very enjoyable to watch a great cast work.

Russ B (es) wrote: 11/25/2016: A decent movie with some funny moments.

Luna Marie S (ca) wrote: Awwww I love dragonheart it's sooooooo good with awesome special effects despite its age and Draco (dragon) is so adorable and Jonh Connery is a perfect as a voice actor for a dragon because he sounds exactly like how I imagine an old wise male dragon would sound like, and yes I did shed some tears when he died and if I hadn't held myself back then I would have cried a whole ocean

Eno l (mx) wrote: Very very very bad a waste of time Watch this job was five is the worst movie out of the series I would rather watch Jaws 4 her all day instead of this trash of a movie it's just a copy of Jaws 1 2 and 3 and three do not watch it's terrible movie terrible bad trash horrible disgusting movie this should of never being made do not watch this bad movie whoever directed did a bad job whoever wrote the script did a bad job do not watch it's a waste of time I hate this movie when I first Watch this in the first three minutes I thought it was terrible to not watch a bad movie

John R (us) wrote: 150409: Even with a Bird of Prey this film was a bit painful. I have watched the previous six films over the last several weeks. A three was the lowest rating and this film falls below that. A mite convoluted, a mite slow paced. In my opinion falls off track a couple times. 2.5 may seem a bit low but it's half of 5 if that counts for anything. Perhaps I'm being a mite nostalgic?

Sebastian C (ca) wrote: Kultfrklarad. Fr mig och mina gon, ett mste!

Oscar R (br) wrote: An interesting documentary of cinema precursors. A must for cinema history aficionados.

Erin M (es) wrote: This was actually pretty funny. Watching it at 3am though still proves that insomnia sucks.

Joseph S (es) wrote: Lemonade Joe is a Czech New Wave musical comedy western. It begins with a silent film style battle of cowboys throwing each other through windows and constantly brawling in fast-mo. The camera uses a yellow filter, giving us the wild west is with a lemon tint. Colors change from time to time based on the action, red during a sexy dance number, and blue during a rescue mission in the dead of night, but mostly lemon yellow. A young girl and her elderly father walk into the bar extolling the benefits of giving up liquor, most notably it will make you a better shot. The cowboys though constantly violent and shooting off a the hip, are perpetually too drunk to ever manage to hit each other. The young girl and her father preach an escape from whiskey and hand out tracts, but the owner of the bar, Mr. Badman is unconcerned, until Lemonade Joe shows up. In a full yellow suit(though its hard to tell in a completely yellow world), and nearly glowing, Lemonade shows up to teach the ruffians some manners, and to extol the praises of escape from Alcohol and the benefits of Kolakola Lemonade (the only Lemonade he drinks). Quickly the cowboys convert to an all Lemonade town, thinking they to will get Lemonade Joes shooting prowess. But then the terrible Mogofogo arrives in town, he is a kind of magician and master of disguise among gunmen. As fate would have it he is Mr. Badman's brother and the two set out to reconvert the towns people to drinking whiskey again. Though Joe is shown walking past such southwestern landmarks as the Sphinx and the Eiffel Tower, he manages to see when the girl is in trouble and comes back to her rescue. What ensues is a series of Looney Toonesesque clashes between Lemonade Joe and Mogofogo. Then Joe's secret is finally revealed, that is and always has been an employee of Kolakola Lemonade, who does good deeds and rights wrongs as a kind of free advertisement for the company. The young girl is delighted to hear this, and agrees to marry him immediately, provided she get a percentage of the action. They haggle and he agrees and they laugh and they love. Lemonade Joe is a rainbow streaked television serial; an old Flash Gordon or Tarzan, but through a lens of Soviet deconstructionism. It's Bertold Brect in the wild wild west. The rivalry between the hero and the villain is not a moral issue, if Joe wins the cowboys shoot each other and dont miss, when the gunmen's drinking Kolakola there's no need to call the doctor". It's a kill boasts Joe, while Mr. Badman wins the cowboys go back to endless drunken, but not life threatening, brawls. After Mogofogo kidnaps Joe's girl, by exploiting his only weakness alcohol(Joe's kryptonite), Joe tracks him down and instead of punishing him, only asks that he sign a contract stating he will switch from whiskey to lemonade. In the end the franchise wars, are ended when all of the characters discover they are long lost brothers and sisters. Their father appears and says hero or villain, we all have our use in the company. The father decides to merge the companies into Whis-Kola, a whiskey and lemonade alternative, and satire of Coca-Cola. I imagine this lampooning of "western" capitalism and product placement in the guise of the American western, would have been very obvious to the Czech audience at the time, and the soviet censors who would have had to decide if the film was ideologically acceptable. Most importantly this movie is slapstick fun dipped in impossible colors. The comedy is touch and go, and for the most part the novelty of its delivery, and continuous camera tricks keep us interested, though it drags a bit at times. After watching it I completely understand why people would recommend it, it's another in a list of Czech surrealist films like like Daisies, The Cremater, Valerie And Her Week Of Wonders, and Who Wants To Kill Jessie. I would love to see a Coffin Joe meets Lemonade Joe crossover, but I know its just wishful thinking. A boy can dream though, a boy can dream.

steven m (au) wrote: better then very good, but not quite excellent. if that makes any sense

Rory Fyfe S (es) wrote: Thought provoking and informative movie.

AD O (br) wrote: too bad she sounds like a bit of a mean nutter, but many of the most artistic are. sounds like a groovy lady to have met, groovier to enjoy without having met.

Nick J (ca) wrote: Saw is the rare film that shows a good story in torture films. It mixes horror and mystery perfectly. This film deserves a 5 star rating.