Street-smart Johnny sells coffee in Mumbai on a bicycle and has several friends who he knows he can rely on. When he gets arrested and abused by Inspector Gadgil, popular model, Preeti Chawla, comes to his rescue despite of adverse publicity on her personal affair with Vishal Bhargav. Shortly thereafter he notices bundles of Rupee notes in the flat of Inspector Shashikant Chiple while delivering coffee, and shares this information with Parvez. Johnny does not know that Parvez is having an affair with Shashikant's wife, Divya, and soon will make plans to steal the cash concealed in the flat - a move that will endanger everyone's lives.
Stephen S (ca) wrote: Awful...so terrible it's like watching two trains crashing into another giant train wreck.
Jennie R (au) wrote: This was okay. Not terrifically funny. Not terribly romantic. It was just meh for me. It was predictable and the main character (Kwanten) doen't seem to grow or develop into something other than a loser. You see Stevie (Snook) begin to change and blossom and that kept my interest because the rest of the movie didn't seem to be moving.
Pearl K (mx) wrote: So beautiful , so realistic!
Kimberly F (it) wrote: This is a great independent film. It does lack fancy camera angels and great production like main stream movies, but the plot is fantastic. The young actors do a good job. This a great movie to see with your teenage kids which will lead to good talks afterwards.
Alejandro C (it) wrote: Sometimes your last day at job may be your last day of life
Christopher B (jp) wrote: Several good elements, just no follow through. Caine and Davis have the only fully developed characters. The rest is just decent acting. Shame the movie couldn't have a real ending; everyone standing just walks away.
Todd P (mx) wrote: I think this is my favorite movie ever. Andy Garcia gives a tour-de-force performance as twin brothers fighting over their inheritance. It's witty and full of heart.
Tom Z (kr) wrote: When I was a student it was absolutely hilarious.
Al P (de) wrote: Did you like this??????????????
Joo P (it) wrote: Jersey Boys is a mix of all and the same time is mix of nothing, a mix of a good cast with great songs, a bad mix of documentary and musical, a good mix of good production and some good performances, and a bad mix of weak writing and lack of developments of his characters. So the final verdict is that Jersey Boys is good musical with great musical performances, but could be a lot better, after all we expect always the best from the director Clint Eastwood.
Isaac H (jp) wrote: This one is actually pretty good. Doofy and main two leads are really funny.
Jeff P (au) wrote: Shite! Too much on the go and too many side stories. They probably just did that to make the movie longer. Just made it boring.