Kumar (Siddharth) and George (Ganesh Venkataram) work at a software company. Their characters are different all together. While the former is shy and feels awkward to talk to girls, the latter has a high ability to attract woman. There enters a girl in their life in the form of Sanjana (Hansika Motwani). Kumar instantly falls for Sanjana and wants to win her. Being an introvert, he does not have the required confidence to impress her. Kumar seeks the help of love guru Mokia (Santhanam) in order to make her fall in love with him. And the game begins.
Nick G (au) wrote: What a delight of a film, it romps along clearly an adaption of a play and all the better for it.French film par excellence
Jeroen B (nl) wrote: The movie should be banned
Suanne L (gb) wrote: As any want to make it so lets hit the stage to dancemovie. Watchable but nothing much after seing many of them before, better.
John B (ru) wrote: Gosling truly emerges as a great actor in this film. He is the flawed teacher who continues to intrigue us with those flaws which lead to unpredictable actions. A great character sketch.
Daniel S (it) wrote: This is a great, lighthearted poke at the lack of honesty in the advertising industry. Dudley Moore stars as Emory Leeson, an ad exec going through a nervous breakdown who makes up some blatantly inappropriate billboard ads that are accidentally sent to print. Some great examples include 'United Airlines - most of our passengers get there alive' and 'Jaguar - for men who want hand-jobs from beautiful women they hardly know'. After the ads are displayed all over New York, Emory is not-quite-voluntarily checked into a mental institution to sort himself out. While there, he keeps trying to re-find his advertising genius, and this leads to the patients helping him out with slogans and campaigns. Emory's bosses laud him for his return to success, until they find out that most of the work has been done by a bunch of mental patients. A devious plot is hatched, and it is up to Emory to convince his gentle-minded friends that they are being royally screwed. This is an hour and a half of pure fun, and the underlying exploitation theme isn't overplayed, leaving the film in a good place despite the potential darkness of corporate suits exploiting the skills of mental patients. You can probably guess who gets the last laugh, but it's still well worth watching. Daryl Hannah puts in her usual stunning-but-sweet performance as Emory's love interest and other top efforts are made by Paul Reiser and David Paymer (you'll know them when you see them). If you are in the mood for something light and funny, this film is a great choice.
Spookie M (ru) wrote: one of those unsung 80s classics directed by John badham and written by Dan o'Bannon.
Eliabeth G (it) wrote: I actually like this movie. Not a huge fan of Johnny Knoxville but he tends to say just the right thing at times to make you chuckle. I feel like this was back when The Rock didn't feel like his muscles had to do all the talking, he could be a bad ass in other ways. Considering I still like watching it 11 years later, good movie.
jay n (au) wrote: Great music, good performances from the three leads.
Glenn D (jp) wrote: u surprising story with pretty good acting in a action-drama version of Taken
Gil Z (nl) wrote: Under rated- Very good film. It is not the best but it is a very good film a bit chessy at time but amazing
Gary B (ru) wrote: liked that it was dark but something felt off