Raja Babu (Govinda) is a poor orphan adopted by a wealthy village couple (Kadar Khan and Aruna Irani). He is a typical country bumpkin, good-hearted but lacking in urban manners. He falls ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Raja Babu (Govinda) is a poor orphan adopted by a wealthy village couple (Kadar Khan and Aruna Irani). He is a typical country bumpkin, good-hearted but lacking in urban manners. He falls ...
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Dorian G (br) wrote: I was hoping for more gambling, but it's really just about illegally earned money and bribes. JT isn't all that great, Affleck was so-so, but at least Gemma Arterton was hot. Quite boring really. Watch "Blow" or "Catch Me If You Can" instead. Watched on Netflix at home, January 18, 2015.
Caroline B (kr) wrote: Rubbish storyline, rubbish acting and rubbish effects. This movie was so bad that it was easily one of the funniest films I've seen in a long time. If you are in the least bit squeamish however this may not be for you as the main female character's role in the film does seem to be puking up green jelly and snakes....nice!
Nick S (de) wrote: Looked good...well acted...raw and gritty - Sadly for a thriller it didn't quite thrill and played out more like a drama...and fairly slowly at that
Abdulmalik A (jp) wrote: The film isn't as clever as Swingers but it boasts enough witty dialogue to make it entertaining.
Wisdom T (fr) wrote: I can watch this one over and over - the first movie to combine ballet with contemporary moves.
Dan M (jp) wrote: This movie seems confused as to what genre it is. At times it is a musical, then a drama, then a farcical comedy, then a war movie, then a spy movie, then a romance. It's really all over the place. I think it works best when it is a musical or romance. I love silly comedy, but the comedy is so silly, it just doesn't fit the rest of the movie. Julie Andrews is wonderful, of course, and the songs she sings are beautiful (which explains the Oscar nominations for music).
Tanner B (gb) wrote: Funny Face (1957) C-103m. ??? 1/2 D: Stanley Donen. Audrey Hepburn, Fred Astaire, Kay Thompson, Michel Auclair. First-rate comedy musical with Hepburn supplying fashion magazine with ultra-success, but what she really wants is Astaire. A sheer delight, topped off with memorable songs ("Think Pink!", "How Long Has This Been Going On?", title tune), and Ray June's excellent photography. And man does Audrey look good!
Colton M (us) wrote: This to me is a masterpiece.
Adam R (gb) wrote: Anybody who likes the Muppets will hang their head in shame after seeing this. It's easily the worst of the theatrical Muppets movies. There were a few laughs, but I hated the premise. I also couldn't believe how the film managed to compile a soundtrack with some of the most annoying songs ever made. I'm just going to try and pretend that this doesn't exist. (First and only viewing - 10/1/2014)
Mike C (nl) wrote: Gorgeous little film about an attempt to win a girls heart with lots of effort and reptiles
Jason M (mx) wrote: The performances are good, but it never comes together, never gathers energy.