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Nived N (ru) wrote: Nowadays directors make movies for sake of profit. Don't take me wrong, In Entertainment world, I agree that for gaining profits you need to make movies but doesn't a director have a sense of responsibility towards the audience to make his offering an engaging watch. Director ANNES BAZMEE initially made two films ''Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha'' & ''Deewangee'' which had an engaging plot with terrific performances from the lead. However he started loosing his charm the moment he released ''Welcome'' in 2007. The movie was awfully pathetic with juvenile jokes and lousy performance. However SINGH IS KINNG is much better than it yet I felt little unsatisfied after watching it. This movie celebrates the spirit of Sikh community but how can the makers compromise with the basic concept of Punjabi peoples that is .i.e beard. The movie revolves around a funky sikh Happy Singh (Akshay Kumar) who arrives in Australia to find out his brother
Brendan A (nl) wrote: "SAW" ripoff in which 5 morons are sent mysterious txt invites to a party in an abandoned building, only to find place settings with "Pig" , "Two Faced", "Loser" "Heartless" and "Loverboy". So begins a scavenger hunt in which each is killed one by one. The "twist" to the story is cliched, but still more entertaining than the rest of the movie. Even the death scenes lack the imagination of the "SAW" series.
Gray S (br) wrote: Pretty freakin cool! Way more humor than expected! I most definitely recommend this movie, its got everything! Very very enjoyable!
Julian N (au) wrote: The best snowboarding vid ever!
Darcy S (gb) wrote: I thought that it was ok, not the best but it was ok. The main reason I watched it was because Cheech and Chong. David Bowie actually is in the movie as well, which I found to be a great joy. He's at about 51 minutes in with a shark fin on his back. I have to say he was the highlight of the movie.
Greg W (gb) wrote: well crafted thriller on a shoe string budget.
Cedric L (fr) wrote: Well-written, charming and well-acted.
Phillip M (it) wrote: As I'm writing this review, I'm sitting here watching Avengers: Age of Ultron. It's the scene where Hulk has just been possessed by Scarlet Witch and is tearing up an entire city. Figuratively, it actually reminds me of DJ Frankie Wilde (Paul Kaye), the main character in It's All Gone Pete Tong. Frankie is literally taking his own life and smashing it to pieces with drugs and insane behavior. The beginning shows a montage of the DJ's antics as he does strange things like licking toads and coming out to entertain the crowd wearing a crown of thorns. I started to dislike the guy almost instantly and the film's choppy, mockumentary-style shooting doesn't help change one's opinion as you're hit with his insensitive wildness fast and hard. Frankie is a mess but not in a fun way. Think of it as watching a deadbeat relative throw his life away. Frankie is loved by most of Ibiza's population as he is one of their best DJ's, but I hated his guts for the first portion of the film. As a result, I was hating the film.Then something happens that turns the film a complete 180. Frankie loses his hearing. Ibiza begins to loathe him as he begins to perform horribly at shows. Frankie loses his immortality and becomes human. And that's when I truly began to love DJ Frankie Wilde.Kaye definitely steals the show as DJ Frankie, but is helped along by some pretty funny characters as well. Frank's manager Max (Mike Wilmot) always seems to be in a state of comical panic as he awaits Frankie's next big hit. I can't recall one scene where Max wasn't in a deep sweat. When Frankie wasn't with Max or running from the mascot badger (in his mind) that forced him to do coke, he was trying to use what he had left of his hearing to help other bands make records. Those scenes in particular provide some pretty comedic moments as one band member sourly states that Frankie's music "sounds like ze kaka." In another scene of memory, Frankie ties firecrackers to his head and realizes a few moments after they were lit that that was probably a bad idea. He had me cracking up as he is frantically searching for a way to put out the fuses before the firecrackers all go off.On the downside, the constant replaying of the loss-of-hearing effect (almost like a familiar bell-ringing sound) got old fairly quickly. I understand that it was a necessary effect to put people in the shoes of Frankie, but it was annoying nonetheless. Also, I think the movie would have had even more of an impact had it shown more of how great of a DJ Frankie was before going deaf. Then again, I can understand there might have been a risk of making the film longer than it needed to be. It's hard to stay focused during the beginning of It's All Gone Pete Tong as it feels like the mockumentary is all over the place, but, if you can hang in there, you just might come to like the character and the movie just as much as I did. His personality shines through his lines. At one point, his wife is trying to say something serious to him to which he replies, "It's brilliant to almost hear that."It's All Gone Pete Tong shares the message that your life doesn't end when tragedy happens, rather it's just beginning. It's when we come to the end of ourselves that we truly start to realize how we can fully make a difference in the world. I can definitely dig that. I give this movie a solid 88.