In this super-feel-good foodie comedy, young Manhattan chef Samir rediscovers his heritage and his passion for life through the enchanting art of cooking Indian food. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Young Manhattan chef Samir rediscovers his heritage and passion for life through the enchanting art of cooking Indian food.
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Kyle B (br) wrote: This is a whole lot of fun with a fantastic soundtrack. Brenda Blethyn is on fire as well as Jane Horrocks, Michael Caine, and Jim Broadbant. The musical numbers are fun and the final half hour is perfect.
Shaun B (fr) wrote: Not Rockwell's best, but this was the first film that made me take notice of him.
Eric J (br) wrote: Its Literally The Worst Gangster Film Of All Time And The Cheesiest, Weakest, Dullest, And Poorly Acted Film Of 1991, I Watched This For The First Time Thinking It Would Have Good Structure And Story But Instead I Saw A Film Poorly Set Up In The Crime Era Of The New York Era And A Almost Tv Movie Like Gangster Film That Stars Weak And Tuns Into A Comedy Parody By How Bad It Is. Mobsters Has Some Of The Weakest Performances Ive Ever Seen In A Gangster Film Yet And All Were Up For Razzie Awards That Year Same For The Film. The Toughness Of The Characters And The Acting Isn't Real And Almost Weak Way Like Where You Don't See A Mob Movie You See A Lame Tv Set Up Movie That Stars Bad And Stays Bad Getting Worse All The Way With Terrible Overshot And Dull Talk Scenes That Aren't Serious At All, Its A Very Weak Film. Mobsters Is A Terrible Movie "Two Thumbs Way Down" I Couldn't Stand It, And I Cant Recommend It To Anyone.
Alex S (mx) wrote: Highly underrated John Hughes movie. Go watch it!
Brendan A (ru) wrote: A potentially interesting idea- after his grandfather confesses to being a terrorist on his deathbed, a teen works this into his family history as part of a school history report, and broadcasts the results on the net; but is unprepared for what the true story is that surrounds the controversy. While well acted, how much you enjoy this depends on whether or not you are an Egoyan fan- I must say I'm not. I found this movie to be rather slow moving and found that though it was interesting in parts I was tempted to speed up the DVD in places when I felt my patience was being tested (and I'll admit patience is not one of my virtues!). Very well acted and beautifully filmed though.
Santiago A (us) wrote: great movie, i watched it because i love shelley long, ever since Troop Beverly Hills, what a great 80's comedy.
Nick A (ag) wrote: Michael Caine called Neil Jordan's Mona Lisa one of the three best British films ever. I'm pretty sure he was putting practice to his hyperbolic tendencies, but he wasn't far off. I can't say that it's one of the three best British movies of all time, but I can say it is one of the ten best films of the '80s, and maybe the best of 1986 (in contention with Cameron's Aliens).
Sean C (mx) wrote: I first found out about this movie after hearing the awesome theme music in Alexander Payne's film "Election." Later, it was used very well in Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill Vol. 2." While it isn't as good as other Sergio Corbucci westerns like Dango or The Great Silence, it still keeps you interested. I'm assuming because this came out the same year as Sergio Leone's The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly, Burt Reynolds was trying to see if he would have the same success using the formula Clint Eastwood used. It doesn't work out that way and Burt Reynolds didn't do any more westerns.
TJ G (jp) wrote: Don't know why a lot of people didn't like it. My family and I really enjoyed it!
Les E (jp) wrote: Every single line was as corny as it could possibly be. Still fun.
Ahmed M (fr) wrote: The Maze Runner does a great job at keeping your attention throughout the movie, as well as keeping you entertained, But the movie ends up being quite predictable, from the jump scares, as well as the ending itself.
Pete S (jp) wrote: A movie bizarrely at odds with itself. Its attempts to be an accessible thriller/mystery.