Oye Hoye Pyar Ho Gaya

Oye Hoye Pyar Ho Gaya

Oye Hoye Pyar Ho Gaya is a story of two fun loving friends Sharry (Sharry Mann) and Harry (Rana Ranbir). Sharry falls for Meet, who is daughter of Police Commisioner Shamsher Singh (Yograj Singh). Chamkila (Binnu Dhillon) who is also trying his chances on Meet gets envy of Sharry and tries tarnishing his image in front of Meet’s family. After one two failed attempts, he finally succeeds in his mission leaving Meet shattered.

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Randy T (ca) wrote: Robert Mitchum is a lawman in the twilight of his career, out to get the man who killed his son. Angie Dickinson is the obligatory saloon girl with low self esteem but lots of heart.Unless you're a huge Mitchum and/or Dickinson fan, there is not a lot to like in this predicable, mediocre western. Very good talent with a very weak script.

Mark M (us) wrote: Lovely romance taking place in the real world. Beautifully acted with some unexpected twists. Set on a rural campus. May require the watcher to be more intelligent and more sensitive than the average viewer.

Matt B (jp) wrote: Turns out nothing is quite as good the second time around. The ladies do their best, but the script is a lemon.

Michael V (jp) wrote: For how bad this is it's still better then the first one. The action and gore seem rather plastic while the acting and characters are extremely wooden. Though you can find a lot worse out there. Not that I'm rewarding this for being better then utter crap. Natassia Malthe returns confusing showing off tits and cleavage as acting. Clint Howard, brother of the great Ron Howard, is fun to watch with his character acting abilities. But actors portraying Nazi's in films speaking English and without the German accent always bothered me. But on the other side I'd have to say the Nazi outfits to me felt rather accurate. So kudos to the costume department. Not the worst in Uwe Boll's list of movies. But not his best either. Postal, anybody?

Francisco P (es) wrote: It's just as good as the first two movies and a great ending to a great fairy tale.

Anne L (au) wrote: Watched this with my son.

David S (au) wrote: A thought-full series of expositions, by a thought-filled individual. Alan Moore is brilliant, provocative, and (at least here) not the least bit curmudgeonly. This would make a good double bill with MAYBE LOGIC, the super documentary on Robert Anton Wilson. Bring your brain!

Claudio D (ca) wrote: Filme muito gostoso de se assistir, com uma tima atuao da Emily

Gabriel L (us) wrote: That was an awesome suspense!

Kristen P (it) wrote: Great ensemble cast with standout performances from Kate Winslet and Jodie Foster.

John T (us) wrote: A coming-of-age story about an eleven-year-old girl who idolizes her troubled sixteen-year-old neighbor (Juliette Lewis).

Henry T (fr) wrote: This movie made me want to stand up and cheer!

Bill K (us) wrote: Two overlong adaptions of Poe's stories with so much filler & needless characterization it's no wonder this is a forgotten film. Argento's ending is uniquely stupid & Keitel wearing a beret is damn funny.

Muffin M (gb) wrote: Reeling after the horrific molestation of his daughter by a Japanese businessman, Lieutenant Crowe must come to terms with his own racial prejudices as he enters the seedy underworld to hunt down the unidentified perpetrator. But Crowe is not prepared for the depths of depravity and sexual slavery that exists beneath the surface, pushed into an emotionally charged war of vengeance with all guns blazing against a savage urban empire hell-bent on domination.also stars Perry Lopez, James Pax, Peggy Lipton, Sy Richardson, Juan Fernandez, Bill McKinney, Gerald Castillo and Nicole Eggert.directed by J. Lee Thompson.

Chris M (nl) wrote: In the glorious tradition of...Pieces, Bloody Moon is brought to us by our sadistic friends from Spain. Just like that little gem of Euro sleaze, Bloody Moon features some shockingly realistic death scenes including the deservingly hyped saw death. However, besides these well orchestrated moments of terrifying grue, there's a whole lot of cheese to wade through. Don't let this discourage you, because, as a matter of fact, Bloody Moon really comes alive during these loooooong dead spots where we get to witness the characters daily interactions. The dialogue that spews from these nitwits' mouths is just too good to be true. Whether the credit goes through bad translation or simply a bad original script, it's something that will keep you thoroughly entertained while waiting for the next dumb co-ed to get it. There's also a lively score that's a mix or disco, farting synth sounds, and a tune that sounds an awful lot like an instrumental version of a Rocky Horror song.Bloody Moon is a must have cheese and gore extravaganza for all lovers of exploitation and Euro sleaze! Pop this in at your next movie party and see how much fun you'll all have!

Lec Z (es) wrote: I was doing through the $1 DVD bin and saw a football movie so I bought it! This 1980 made for TV movie is about a former Chicago Bears player named Jim Branden (played by Robert Conrad) player who was paralyzed in the Vietnam War and now wants to coach. The Bears won't give him a coaching job so he ends up coaching a team at a juvenille correctional school, where his nephew resides. The kids there have horrible attitudes at first and lose their first game, which is against an exquisite private school. But Branden eventually wins the respect of his players, who unify around him and work hard to win the rematch. I find the movie to be a little too predictable down the stretch but it's a decent light drama and worth the dollar. As a nice bonus, Mike Post contributes some good music.

Jamie C (mx) wrote: The first hour plus is just like any other kidnapp film then at the end they go to a bar full of vampires, it was very entertaining from start to finish, It just felt like the didn't know how to end the film so they stuck vampires in it.

Michael R (fr) wrote: Crazies Kinda Love Story...