Love Exchange

Love Exchange

Love Exchange is a romantic journey of a culturally opposite couple -Siddharth Sathe and Shanoo Kapoor. They meet at their work place, become good friends and ultimately fall in love. Things are fine till they decide to get married.

Love Exchange is a romantic journey of a culturally opposite couple -Siddharth Sathe and Shanoo Kapoor. They meet at their work place, become good friends and ultimately fall in love. Things are fine till they decide to get married. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Robert F (us) wrote: not the best adventure they have done

Walter M (kr) wrote: As insightful as the documentary "Orgasm, Inc" is at times, it should also come as no surprise that pharmaceutical companies are mostly just interested in profits. In fact, they are willing to invent illnesses, just to create patients from healthy people, in this case, Female Sexual Dysfunction. This turns out to be another episode in a long cycle in the misunderstanding and mistreatment of women that goes back centuries.(And I'll bet you thought "Hysteria" was just joking.) Documentarian Liz Canner enters the picture when she is hired by Vivus to develop erotic videos for their clinical trials of a female viagra they are trying to develop.(It's a tough job but somebody has to do it.) That seems to be the most benign solution to this non-existent problem, with none lacking any serious side effects. The truth of the matter, smartly explained here, is that there is no problem because there is no normal, with everybody being wired differently. Actually, porn works. Or we could just get rid of religion.

Tracy W (jp) wrote: A bit too predictable, definitely lacking in action and plot.

Drew R (br) wrote: koolnes and awesomeness

Eric N (gb) wrote: Solid movie. Kristen Stewart did an excellent job in it. Decent story, slow start but it picked up. I really liked Kristen's character, very dark and bold.

Aaron R (ca) wrote: An unflinching look at the first weeks of Iraqi Freedom, shot Cinma vrit by a First LT. The film is often graphic, trying to show how war really is, not just reported on the "news." In the end, even the most devout Marine is faced with the idea that we were all sold a bill of goods for this war, but that does not compromise who our soldiers are-they still defend what America is about. The movie is available at Red Box, but titled "This Is War" and not "Severe Clear."

Johnny B (nl) wrote: Pretty light-hearted Miike fare, though I'd say it's a bit darker than some of his other films like Bird People in China or Zebraman. It's still a great movie though. Lots of fun and some really cool monsters.

Chris W (de) wrote: "Starship Troopers 2" is definitely not the sequel the first film deserved. This one feels very sloppy and amateur, but for some reason it's still entertaining. Perhaps it's because I'm a fan of the "Starship Troopers" universe, I'm not entirely sure. The cinematography is quite deplorable, and only a couple of actors here given decent performances. Overall, "Starship Troopers 2" feels much more like a horror/sci-fi sidetrack of the first film that treads familiar territory. There are better films that have the same plot line, but if you need some brainless entertainment, this is for you. Slight recommend for "Starship Troopers" fans.

Steven G (it) wrote: The guiltiest of all my guilty pleasure movies. I can't seriously give this movie a positive rating as it is technically a bad film. It labels itself as a comedy even though it struggles to conjure up even one funny scene. But . . . as much as I want to hate it, there's just something about this movie that I really enjoy. Maybe it's the giddy enthusiasm of the gags, maybe it's Green's perverse imagination, or maybe the movie is so disgusting and horribly written that it becomes fascinating after awhile, but something keeps me coming back. I'd probably much rather watch this than any of the "good" comedies to come out during the 2000s, simply because this is just so much more unpredictable and compelling than those films. It's like taking a trip down the tortured psyche of a serial killer. Skip this film if that sounds like it would be an awful viewing experience, but for those with an open mind, you might like it. It's a cinematic trainwreck you can't take your eyes off of.

Steve R (ru) wrote: If you like the movie "Into The Wild" this will equal it. It's a difficult movie to locate but if you do its a delight. A Holy Grail. Was able to locate it after many years of searching.

Kevin R (nl) wrote: Your think just got into a box of popcorn? In 1959 Baltimore, a group of friends are starting to grow apart as they get married, go to school, have children, etc. They felt they could always regroup at the local diner for a meal and great conversation; however, their problems are getting too big for one another and they start having to deal with them on their own. As they begin growing apart how long will they be able to rely on their diner to hold them together? "Where'd you get this attitude?" "I borrowed it. I have to have it back by midnight." Barry Levinson, director of Rain Man, The Natural, Toys, Bugsy, Tin Men, Good Morning Vietnam, Disclosure, Sleepers, Wag the Dog, and Sphere, delivers Diner. The storyline for this picture delivers a solid coming of age plot with fascinating characters and solid character develop and a fairly entertaining script. The cast is wonderful and includes Mickey Rourke, Steve Guttenberg, Kevin Bacon, Tim Daly, Ellen Barkin, and Paul Reiser. "Can I go to the bathroom?" "No." I am a huge fan of Mickey Rourke and diners so I was excited to see this gem. The acting was excellent and I loved the evolution of the characters. The ending was a bit clich and abrupt but the overall film was entertaining. This movie is definitely worth watching once but I wouldn't add it to your DVD collection. "It was a pecker touching without intention." Grade: B-

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Alexi A (mx) wrote: ''Charlie Countryman'' may be full of dull mistakes, overstuffed direction and some little developpment of characters, but it has a heart so big that it just can't be ignored nor layed down. It's a fast-paced and entertaining story of a guy who follows his instinct and heart, and pretty much succeeds at it. With beautiful imagery and some good acting, ''Charlie Countryman'' is very far to be a bad film. Ignore the critics and try to watch the film without thinking to much.

Agustn S (de) wrote: With it's personality and voice cast being the definite highlights, Madagascar brings a warm and likeable cast of characters that, while mostly bland, still manages to shine just as much as it's gorgeous animation.

rocki g (ca) wrote: I didn't enjoy this movie it wasn't funny it was just boring ???

EWC o (mx) wrote: Story is written by a 2nd grader, but it's got really great action sequences and satisfyingly brutal robot on robot violence