My Brother... Nikhil
Famous swimmer Nikhil Kapoor (Suri) deals with the repercussions of announcing the fact that he has HIV/AIDS.
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Shuug M (de) wrote: 50 cent playing a NYPD cop gotta see this one, a bad ass crooked cop
Barry T (es) wrote: a slow burner that simmere but exploded by the last 20 minutes, file under ok attempt
Omar L (au) wrote: My rating: 9 out of 10. "Most people are together just so they are not alone. But some people want magic. I think you are one of those people."
Jordan W (es) wrote: although i found the beginning a bit slow and boring, the movie got more funny, amusing, inspiring, and very well acted as the movie went on until the end of the movie
Antonio R (jp) wrote: Great movie! A fav!!!
Tim W (kr) wrote: I didn't believe i would like this one but i did. it's funny, and believable. Not the ending of coz.
Adrian Z (it) wrote: Not Cris Farley's best work, but pretty funny
Charlie M (de) wrote: The roaring 20's always brings out the best in Woody's work. While it's still the usual story about a struggling writer, what's different here is the struggle. Instead of an angsty ego, David actually has a gun in his ribs. I don't think there's been another movie of his with so much modern violence, with about a dozen gangland hits throughout. Written with such wit and exuberance this is a joy to watch.The real praise here must go to the cast. John Cusack in a natural fit at delivering the Woody one-liners without just doing an imitation of the director. Jennifer Tilly is spectacular as the dumb, fiery, talentless dancer who perfectly balances Dianne Wiest's boozy broadway burnout, Helen Sinclair. Both were nominated for Best Supporting Actress, which Wiest won. Chazz Palminteri is the biggest highlight of the movie as Cheech, the mobster who's seen so many rehearsals that he become a script doctor. His good ideas trump David's and the playwright realizes that 'Cheech' is a genius trapped in a goon's body. Tracy Ullman, Jim Broadbent, Rob Reiner round out the rest in probably one of the best-cast movies of the director's career.Overall, this is one of his best works simply because it's such a breath of fresh air. Especially the little moves that set this apart from the rest of the comedies in his cannon: a successful, age-appropriate relationship, an optimistic ending, deadly antagonists, and an ending in the streets that is reminiscent of his "earlier, funnier work." A delightful watch, not just for Woody-philes.
Cody M (ca) wrote: Powerful, wonderful and fascinating film.
dfw f (au) wrote: Hunchback of the Morgue (1973) Long unavailable on net flix new this week 01/12/10 Paul Naschy plays a hunchback with below average intelligence who works at the morgue. He is in love with a sickly girl who happens to be the only person who is kind to him. Each day he brings her flowers until the day she dies. He never really accepts her death and believes she is just sleeping. The girl eventually ends up at the morgue where she is being prepared for burial. Naschy's character flips out at the desecration of the girls body and stabs and decapitates the men in the only scene of gore in the movie. The police begin to look for him. This is when the Hunchback meets up with a mad scientist whose work isn't accepted by the general society. The scientist promises the Hunchback that he would re-animate the girl's body if the Hunchback brings him fresh bodyparts from the graveyard and live victims. He uses the parts to create a monster. Paul Naschy made a lot of Spanish horror films and The Rue Morgue Massacre is certainly one of his better films. Paul Naschy plays Wolfgang Gotho,a hunchback who supplies corpses to a doctor in his hidden underground morgue. The Doctor then feeds the rotted flesh to his creation of a living head attached to a tank full of guts. Gotho supplies corpses to the doctor in exchange for the promise that the doctor will restore life to the cadaver of his dead lover. This is surely Paul Naschy's best character role which won him awards at the Paris fantastic cinema convention in 1973. It is not that gory but still lots of body parts corpses and dark nasty atmosphere. This is an old-fashioned B type horror flick. The locations set (the catacombs) give us plenty of Gothic atmosphere. Paul Naschy is Spain??s version of Lon Chaney. He was Spain??s premiere horror exploitation director. Really this is a horror thrill ride that almost goes over the top. For the cult horror fans this film should be good.!!
David M (ca) wrote: You'd be forgiven for thinking that Rowan Atkinson's secret service spy Johnny English is nothing else but a talking Mr Bean, with the character sharing more than a few similarities with Atkinson's more famous other creation.The film is really a spy spoof of take-your-pick James Bond film (pre Daniel Craig era), but with Johnny English as the bumbling inept central character rather than the suave, sophisticated James Bond. The plot has to do with stolen crown jewels (by baddy John Malkovich as Pascal Sauvage), leading to the forced abdication of the Queen, and with the attempted crowning of Sauvage as the new King of England.While it does have a few funny moments, all-in-all this is a pretty forgettable film.