Student of the Year

Student of the Year

Dean Yoginder Vashisht, retired, has fallen gravely ill. Several students from his final year at St. Theresa's College rush to his side. In flashbacks, they all recall the events that none of them have gotten over yet, including the dean, and how the "Student of the Year" competition shaped who they were, how they related, and what they've become.

Dean Yoginder Vashisht (Rishi Kapoor), retired, has fallen gravely ill. Several students from his final year at St. Theresa's College rush to his side. In flashbacks, they all recall the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Student of the Year torrent reviews

Aaron J (nl) wrote: Super funny... Only downer is you really have to pay attention.

Michael D (ru) wrote: Don't waste your time or money on this one. This movie is a "mule." Sharon Stone tries too hard, to act and to look like she did in Total Recall (the original). I was shocked how bad her facelift is and the DVD cover has her with long flowing blonde locks, but actually black in the movie. Not enough of Billy Zane in this movie, who did an o.k job with what he had.

Jack S (fr) wrote: Parody of Monty Python provides clever casting, with some occasionally witty dialogue, but the whole thing comes across as too clever for its own good.

Brandon Vincent T (jp) wrote: This is the best of the bring it on movies.

Jennifer X (us) wrote: As per usual in these types of films, it's beautiful but stunningly boring. But then again, so was the book.

Cosmin I (de) wrote: A striking critique of the emptiness of modern western value with a delicious's a work of a art and with a career defining performance by Christian bale

J K (kr) wrote: Might be good. Might be a B-movie.

E L (ru) wrote: Witty and appropriately over the top, constructed like an outrageous soap opera plotline, even with a silly climax. Excellent.

Luc P (fr) wrote: The most 3rd most underrated Bond film (with number 1 being The World is Not Enough, and number 2 being Licence to Kill).

Lucas P (ru) wrote: An lesson on how to take a concept by the hand and run with it as fast as you can, The Exterminating Angel makes a nice plot contrast to The Discreet Charm Of The Bourgeoisie, but with the same thematics and style.

Dan G (es) wrote: Jezebel is a true showcase of Bette Davis' talent amidst a bevy of wooden performances. I read a few stories that Jezebel was considered a consolation prize that was awarded to Davis after she wasn't considered to be up for the role of Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind. While both films have similarities, Davis' Julie Marsden character seems a bit more overtly "bratty" than the O'Hara role. That said, however, it makes the attempt at redemption that much more interesting. I would say that the rest of the cast was borderline forgettable, especially the performance by the legendary Henry Fonda. There seemed to be a failure by way of delivery and script writing that made me feel absolutely indifferent to his character. George Brent's old-timey southern duel-minded character turned in a much better performance, in my opinion (kind of ironic considering Brent was considered a one-dimensional statue of an actor). The other head-scratcher was the rather pedestrian performance of Fay Bainter, who won a best supporting actress nod that year.The film did a tremendous job on two fronts; it really captured the sheer horror of public embarrassment during the scene at the ball (brought on by Davis' bratty character) and the depiction of the the dire straits of yellow fever in the antebellum south is almost Ben-Hur-ish on a smaller scale. Davis' performance was a ten and truly deserving of her best actress nod.