Marriages are made in heaven! Though the road to heaven might be a little “tedha’. Meet ‘Manu’, a seedha saadha Doctor from London. Intelligent, temperate and from a respectable family, The perfect groom which every parent wants for their daughter. ‘Family pressure’ leads him to Kanpur to meet Tanu the quintessential small town girl who has studied in Delhi. Tanu is a smart, intelligent girl who will do everything that her parents will disapprove. With a mind of her own and a love for rebellion, Tanu is dead against an arranged marriage. But destiny holds something totally different for these dramatically diverse personalities. Their paths keep crossing time and again and weaves this wonderful story through the Indian heartland.
Alan L (es) wrote: Will try for the sake of Director Hark, despite some weak cast and over-loaded of the CGIS.Let's hoped it gonna be like The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate that proved my expectation is wrong.Good Luck!
Brandon W (ru) wrote: Doom is an all right video game adaptation that actually didn't insulted the video game itself. The acting is not great, but the only actors that were trying a bit but isn't one of their best performances, are Dwayne Johnson, Keith Urban, and Rosamund Pike. The script by David Callaham and Wesley Strick is not that good and it does have some unintentional funny lines. When it changed the fact that in the movie that it's a virus that happened instead of an invasion from hell is not the worst thing the filmmakers could've done, but it makes the film less original and fans of the video game would agree that the film should've had the same plot as the video game. The effects look good and I'm glad that it's practical and not CGI, although the the stuff that needs CG looks really good. The action scenes are not bad, especially the first-person perspective which is the best part of the film and it really felt like a Doom game until it ended which was really disappointing, and it made me wish that the whole movie is like this which can work with the right script to make it interesting. Doom is definitely not the worst video game adaptation I've seen, but it's a mediocre film that kind of reminds me of other science-fiction films that are better than this.
Michael D (de) wrote: Suburban hell, Vienna, Austria - where lonely, violent, petty and depressed sex perverts spend their lives in abject misery. I loved it.
Private U (ca) wrote: seriously one of the worst movies ever made. however, it was one of the best MST 3K episodes ever!!
Victor M (jp) wrote: meh, it was ok. I think i'd rather see a remake of this that ties into the Guy Ritchie Sherlock Holmes films because hey then at least it would actually be both incredibly funny and extremely action packed. Holmes!!! what have you done to Gladston now? Watson...what have you done?
Carlos D (kr) wrote: Funny and thought-provoking as usual,Michael Moore's perspective on how we need to do more of what other countries are doing is spot on.
Stuart M (ag) wrote: The first half is decent space adventure. William Hurt is at his best here (I've never understood why he hasn't become a star) and Gary Oldman is as reliable as ever, though I wish he had more opportunities to go OTT evil. The boy playing Will is pretty good at saying ridiculous lines and Heather Graham is always watchable as his older sister. The younger sister is actually a pretty good foreshadowing of the vacuous videoblogging narcissists of the modern day. She's every bit as annoying as they are. The space effects and set/costume designs are pretty good. The other effects vary wildly, from the relatively cool interactive holograms to the worst-looking cgi creature I've ever seen. I can't believe this came out the year before The Mummy. Even Jar-Jar looks better than this.The second half is completely overblown bad timetravel BS. There was no need to add in a confusing time-travel plot that makes no real sense and wastes some of the better character elements.