Rajkumar (Shahid Kapoor) is an aimless youth who works for a drug baron named Shivraj (Sonu Sood). His latest mission is to kill a rival dealer named Manik Parmar (Ashish Vidyarthi). But Rajkumar's life changes forever when he claps eyes on the beautiful, educated Chanda (Sonakshi Sinha). What he doesn't know is that Chanda is an orphan who's been raised by her uncle - Manik Parmar! After some persistent wooing, Chanda falls for Rajkumar's charms. But in order for their love to flourish, he must destroy the drug cartel to which both Shivraj and Parmar owe allegiance, which is controlled by a Mafia don named Ajit Taaka (Srihari), who operates out of Malaysia.And back to marry with Chanda
Jenn T (es) wrote: Very slow, very spagetti western
Alison O (kr) wrote: I'm glad they left "The Comic Strip Presents...." prefix off this, as this is nowhere near the quality of the golden years of that comedy force. An opportunity missed for some biting satire.
Megan Y (mx) wrote: My new favourite movie!
Carlos M (es) wrote: Even better than the first film, this sequel benefits from the fact that we already know and care about the characters, which is used in favor of a story that is much richer and more profound than the previous one, becoming another instant classic just as well.
Lucy P (de) wrote: One of my favorite movies.
Patrick W (fr) wrote: Jeff Bridges is a college professor who begins to suspect that his neighbor might be a terrorist. This movie's plot twists right down to the very end of the film were amazing. They kept you guessing and wondering what was going to happen. Jeff Bridges turns in a remarkably paranoid performance in this one. For some reason it seems like a lot of people haven't seen this movie but it is definitely not to be missed.
joe b (it) wrote: ok here it is the chick flick of horror....so guys if your girl wants a chick flick and you want horror check this one out...you might get lucky
Frederick F (de) wrote: I Love Pac... Cause me to start liking Love stories.
Matthew D (it) wrote: It was a great general conceit to make the second sequel the inverse of the original movie, where the protagonists are trapped on the planet of human apes. While it is used to show up some of the hypocrisy of our civilisation; there's a smattering of social satire and a typically powerful ending, a lot of potential is squandered on the lightest of the Apes series. The characters of Cornelius and Zira are entertaining and endearing enough to keep the audience invested in here, but a little more undevelopment would have elevated it among the best of the franchise. Ultimately this entry in the series is more interesting for what it sets up for sequels than standing on its own merits; a situation reversed from its predecessors.
Mhux I (mx) wrote: interesting dystopia a bit of a wasted potential however.
Michael F (au) wrote: Mr Crowther was a great critic, but he would have done well to have watched this again.
Allan C (br) wrote: Jules Dassin (before he was unfairly blacklisted and could only find work in Europe) directed this Joan Crawford WWII propaganda piece. Putting aside the corny jingoistic aspects of the story, it's a solid romantic drama about Frenchwoman Crawford believing her fiance is a Nazi collaborator, which is then complicated when she falls for John Wayne, playing a US pilot who's been shot down. And if you look real fast, you can catch Ava Gardner as a salesgirl.
Tanya K (mx) wrote: Reagan outshined the rest of the cast in this little town of secrets.
Indira S (ag) wrote: it's good but not great. that's all i can say :)
Jin T (ca) wrote: Remake of the 1976 movie, this time Chlo Grace Moretz portrays the ever famous insecured yet delicate character, Carrie. I haven't seen the classic film for a long time and I saw it when I was a kid. The movie reminded me of not to mess with girls like her! The power that Carrie possesses seems to be explored a little bit more in this film and we also get to see more of Carrie's characteristics. Perhaps they wanted this movie to be more of a exploration of the essential elements of the story such as the so-called telekinesis and Carrie herself. The story starts off in a quite demented way, if you ask me. I thought Julianne Moore performed well. I thought everybody did but some scenes where every single student is making fun of Carrie seems quite exaggerated unless there is a school that actually has students like that, I'll take back what I said. Other than that, the movie simply shows how a timid teenager becomes this powerful being that brings chaos and destruction on everything because supposedly being tricked by the idiot teenagers. And that's what I think is the moral of the story in this movie. Teenagers becoming bullies, even without apparent reason to target the weak and it has been like that ever since, I would know. I've been on both sides and it's not a pretty thing at all. But I'm not going to rant on about the concept of bullying but rather this movie is actually pretty good. I thought it would just be another mediocre remake of a classic horror movie that's already established to be THE classic movie nevertheless but I thought it was not that bad at all. There were a few flaws I've found in the movie but they're not much of a problem like any other movie that I've reviewed before. One of them was the idea that Sue's boyfriend didn't tell Carrie that he's doing it out of "charity". More specifically, to just do it because Sue suggested that Carrie deserves a "magical night" at the prom. While it's good and all to have that kind of consideration but they lack the tendency to actually be in Carrie's shoes, in her perspective. The generosity was too much for my taste but then again, it is a horror movie after all. No matter how much I yell at the screen (which I didn't by the way), they're not gonna actually listen to me. What happens, happens and it is to be expected anyhow. The CGI effects are good enough, believable. The part where Carrie learns more about her power was interesting. 2013 movie version of Carrie is another movie to enjoy watching. Especially if you're a horror movie buff, this is something to not miss out on for. But then again, it's okay to miss out on for anyways. It's not recommended but it is suggested. Good movie, Chlo Grace Moretz was awesome, and Judy Greer survived another chaotic moment.
Eliabeth M (nl) wrote: Jess: You found out a week ago. How could the tumor of gotten so big?Milly: Because it's aggressive, like you!Milly y Jess han sido mejores amigas toda la vida, y comparten una intimidad que a veces supera la que tienen con sus respectivas parejas. A Milly le diagnostican cncer, y esto cambia toda la dinmica de la relacin. No hay manera correcta de reaccionar ante este diagnstico, pero lo que logra Miss You Already es lidiar con el balance perfecto de humor y tragedia. En general la protagonista de esta pelcula es Milly, mientras que Jess es relegada al papel secundario. Ella est ah para acompaarla, pero poco sabemos se sus propias aspiraciones dejando de lado que quiere quedar embarazada. Miss You Already tiene un par de escenas que me parece que manejan el tema del cncer de manera magistral - como la escena de la histerectoma - que es de las escenas ms serias de la pelcula, y lo maneja con respeto y seriedad, lamentablemente el resto de la pelcula peca de tratar de manipular al pblico, y obligarlos a sentir ciertas emociones. Otra falla de la pelcula reside en lo poco realista que es la vida de estos personajes. Me cost creer que eran personas reales y de esta manera, tambin termina dificultando empatizar con sus problemas y los obstculos que tienen que superar. Recientemente han habido pelculas que manejan este tema de mejor manera, como 50/50 y Me, Earl and The Dying Girl, y en esta pelcula, su mayor atractivo sera la relacin entre estas dos amigas. Pero trataron de abarcar tantos sentimientos y tantas situaciones que termin sintiendo la superficialidad y la falta de un mensaje real.
Drew B (ag) wrote: i can't believe i sat through the whole thing. i want my 90 minutes back.