Widowed businessman, Sudhirbhai lives a wealthy lifestyle with his son, Vikram, who is student at National College. He is very affectionate toward Vikram and will do anything for him. His business partner is Goswami, who is also widowed, and has two children, a son, Mahesh, a daughter, Reema, who are good friends of Vikram, and the two businessmen expect to cement their relationship by getting Reema married to Vikram. But when Reema meets and falls in love with Amit Verma, who lives with his taxi-driver dad, mom - Shanti, and sister - Munni, things change dramatically as Sudhirbhai uses his underworld contacts in order to pressurize Verma to get his son to forget Reema, and he does this by destroying his taxi by a bomb. Verma does manage to convince Amit to stay away from Reema, but both meet again and renew their love - prompting Sudhirbhai to threaten Reema that he will get Amit gravely injured...
Amit, the son of a taxi driver, and Reema, a rich business man's daughter, fall in love. However Reema's father wants to marry her to Vicky, who's father is the biggest gangster in Mumbai. How will their love triumph? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hunter S (kr) wrote: I laughed my butt off.its not supposed to be taken seriously,it's supposed to be stupid.
Bryan S (mx) wrote: Not as good as the previous Wimpy Kid movies.
Paul D (br) wrote: Ambling war conspiracy drama with good period detail.
Sharon W (gb) wrote: Had a hard time taking this movie seriously. I had to keep reminded myself it wasn't a comedy.
Private U (ag) wrote: a good thriller, with a heavy dose of film noir.
Joo C (fr) wrote: Nesse filme Robocop virou piada!
Alailson B (mx) wrote: A falta de um centro narrativo do roteiro a maior fora e tambm a maior fraqueza desse filme nostlgico.
Jeff H (jp) wrote: Really good movie that is free from the Hollywood touch of heroes and happy endings. This grim bleak film focuses on two families when a nuclear war ensues, and the resulting aftermath. One of the more frightening films I've seen in awhile.
Dave R (us) wrote: i decided to watch this when james garner died. it's amazing to see how much sylvester stallone's 2001 "driven" ripped this movie off! neither film is any good really but when i watched "grand prix" i just kept seeing the parallels - but perhaps films about race car driving are by their very natured somewhat limited in their scope...it's a long movie with some cool racing footage but overall a bit boring.
eugenia r (br) wrote: To... uh... paraphrase the venerable adage: we shall kill two birds, with one... pillow.
Leo F (ca) wrote: Who Doesn't like this movie?
Gregory W (kr) wrote: the third of the fat man trilogy incl maltese falcon & across the pacific doesn't disappoint this shouldn't be so little known!
Amanda V (kr) wrote: This is my favorite love story because it is about making mistakes, and finding the perfection in the imperfections of life and love.
Rich G (mx) wrote: I love Larry Crowne. It's a well acted movie, great story, okay . . . simple story . . . but it doesn't have the Hollywood 'crisis' that all love stories must have. It's simple and it flows and I love it. So there.
Becca A (nl) wrote: Will you welcome to the stage, the one, the only... Magic Mike!
Kevin R (ru) wrote: Fairy tales are real.The Little Family are in the market to adopt an orphan and give their current adopted son George a sibling. They decide to adopt a walking, talking mouse named Stuart. Stuart will need to bond with his new brother, George, who is reluctant to accept a mouse as a brother. Meanwhile, the family cat has his own plans for Stuart."Talk to the butt."Rob Minkoff, director of The Lion King, Stuart Little 2, The Haunted Mansion, The Forbidden Kingdom, Flypaper, and Mr. Peabody & Sherman, delivers Stuart Little. The storyline for this picture is fun for children and reminded me of the Smurfs pictures. The animation in this was very well done and blended with the reality well. The cast delivered good enough performances and includes Michael J. Fox (as the voice of Stuart), Geena Davis, Jonathan Lipnicki, Nathan Lane (voice), Hugh Laurie, David Alan Grier, and Jennifer Tilly (voice). "That's not a mouse. That's my brother."We came across this on HBOGO and thought it would be a fun movie to watch as a family. This was okay and entertaining. It kept my daughter's attention pretty much all the way through. It was far from a classic, or worth purchasing, but it is worth a viewing."I feel four inches tall."Grade: C-
Stephanie R (jp) wrote: excellent. barbara streisand is amazing.
Aaron W (nl) wrote: I worked for Tower Records for 8 Years. I can't wait to see this.