M.A.D: Mad About Dance
Essentially a dance film, it focuses on the youth, their dreams, anxieties, disappointments and hopes for their future. The film is based in the quaint and beautiful university town of Sheffield and brings to light the stories of Asian students who leave their home and country and go to study abroad…Their struggles, their heartbreaks, their trials and triumphs…
- Stars:Saahil Prem, Amrit Maghera, Salah Benlemqawanssa, Akilesh Unnitan, Abhishek Saha, Raashul Tandon, Jon Jo, Kiyani Aziz, Sandeep Garcha, Helen Grayson, Emiko Ishii, Emma Jones, Mark Monero, Ameet Panesar, Sumeet Panesar,
- Director:Saahil Prem,
- Writer:Saahil Prem
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M.A.D: Mad About Dance torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: The actors aren't very good. The plot... well... poor. Apart from the eye candy scene of romance between Charlie David and Dan Payne, the rest of the movie is rather flat. Just like its ending.
(mx) wrote: Awful, in every way imaginable.
(es) wrote: Battered Woman Syndrome
(us) wrote: 4/5 recommended for a good evening with good laughter
(ru) wrote: What a pleasant serenity reigned over this adult-like conversation! Brilliant cast and brilliant acting, even John C. Reilly, the Cellophane Man was worth my time. Excellent how the people switched alliances on the fly and nobody was safe from a treatment. "Openly despicable" and other catchy and usefull phrases........ The film goes to show many things, for life but also for film, like wanna throw up - use the bucket and a film can actually work even if nothing much happens and it all happens in one room. Plus .... there is a super fine carpet in the living room!
(kr) wrote: basically the norwegian midnight cowboy
(ru) wrote: weird. "take it with a grain of salt".
(es) wrote: Sequel to the awesome Blues Brothers, manages to recycle aspects of the original and deliver something quite decent, but never great. I enjoyed the film, but it lacked the special quality that made the original so memorable and fun. This sequel suffers the same fate of all other sequels, it's a movie that tries to outdo its predecessor, but relies too much on the original for its material. This follow up has its moments, but it's nothing memorable or truly worthwhile. This is the type of movie that is worth seeing only once, and it's a movie that is a bit too predictable as well. Blues Brothers 2000 is a film that could have been great, but it lacks anything to really make it stand out. Fans of the original will be disappointed in this film, and since the fact that Belushi died two years after the release of the original, and he was a key ingredient in the success of the original, his absence make this one not that entertaining. However, there are a few enjoyable moments, but it's another one of those sequels that fails to really build upon the original, and it's a film that since its predecessor is so iconic, it's truly hard to beat. With this follow up, they did what they could do best in trying to make something work, but throughout the film, you'll constantly feel that something's missing, and due to the fact that it uses old ideas, there are more weak points that strong point. I don't think it's an awful film, but it is a movie that doesn't make an impression either. Enjoyable at time, tedious at times, Blues Brothers 2000 just feels tiresome, and if you're expecting a great movie like the original, you'll be disappoint, and you're only going to get a mildly decent affair that could have been better as well.
(jp) wrote: Farrah Fawcett gives us the goods here! Ms Fawcett shows us there is more to her than a beautiful face and dazzling smile. After this Farrah got the more challenging roles she craved.
(fr) wrote: A giant, flying turtle was accidently revived when a plane goes down in the artic and then he starts destroying cities. Hmmmmm....basically a Godzilla knock off. Too silly to start picking at. It's a giant turtle coming from the artic. That should be enough to show how logic works in this film. If you want to see giant monsters, outside of Godzilla, smashing cities, then check it out.
(gb) wrote: If only Scotland was really like this...
(us) wrote: After watching Hells Angels, Harlow's first film it brought me to this her last. Now I find her cute and attractive but never saw her great sex appeal. Her onscreen presence and personality from the two films I've seen is very likable though and I look forward to seeing more of her sadly small amount of work. Saratoga. A charming romantic comedy set around horse racing. I found it very entertaining, some smiles and a laugh or two, interesting enough story and very good performances. I also liked the horse racing scenes and how they were mixed with the film. If Jean Harlow was ill I don't see it on the screen but she must have been during most of the filming. The scenes which feature a double are easy enough to tell but not so terrible as to ruin the film at all. I believe this was Gable's 6th pairing with Harlow and there is a nice familiarity with their interaction. Clark Gable's last film was also Marilyn Monroe's The Misfits which is another film I need to see. So many. Saratoga. Worth a watch for a good story, acting and chemistry, some light romantic comedy and Harlow's last performance at age 26.
(kr) wrote: The low budget effects and sets will no doubt remind British viewers of Gerry Anderson live action shows with their minimally dressed passel walls and sparkler rockets. The plot is glacial and quickly out stays it's welcome. The last few scenes raise many interesting questions that the movie could have explored if it had condensed its material into the first 2 acts.
(au) wrote: i like this movie. not great but good.