To Van Wilder, college doesn't get you ready for life, it is life, so he has been there for seven years. When beautiful journalist Gwen finally encounters Van, she makes him realize that he might be afraid to graduate. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Ed C (ca) wrote: One line summary: The corrupt and entitled versus the poor and disenfranchised in rural India.--------------------------------- This starts out in class warfare mode, extremely rich landowner, Harry Mandola, versus indigent farm workers. Bijlee is Harry's daughter. Baadal, the son of one of Harry's political ally Chaudhari Devi, presents her with a dance number complete with Zulu tribes people from South Africa. Matru is one of Harry's trusted workers, but he's a lower class worker. He's not so happy with Bijlee spending so much time with Baadal. To add to the comedy elements, Harry has a history of excessive drinking, and he swears off toward the beginning of the film. Then he gets the DTs (delirium tremens), and starts seeing shocking pink water buffalo and the like. Harry's doctor's receptionist is a large woman who likes to wear pink. There's an ongoing joke in which she is referred to as the pink buffalo. Chaudhari Devi has been a government official for 20 years, and has helped Harry get his way in exchange for this and that. At a party, Harry takes up drinking again. He calls Baadal in idiot, and trusts Matru to keep him from falling. Baadal seems to be Devi's emasculated son; she tells him how to think. Nice. Baadal does, however, come up with the idea of destroying all the farmers' crops with a chemical that is a pesticide at low doses, and an herbide at slightly higher doses. The land grabbers intend to poison the land for years, which will enable them to acquire the farmers' land at much lower costs so that they can do construction instead of farming. How does this play out? Will Bijlee go with Matru, whom she has known for 20 years, or Baadal, whom she has known for 5, mostly at school? How will the movement of the disenfranchised poor versus the rich and corrupt turn out?------Scores-------- Cinematography: 10/10 Lovely. Sound: 10/10 Very good. Acting: 9/10 Imran Khan was very good. Pankarj Kapur was excellent. Anushka Sharma and Arya Babbar were rather good. Screenplay: 8/10 Frequently funny, often touching. A bit long, though.
Jaws N (fr) wrote: I actually thought this was kinda funny...
Brandon L (br) wrote: I've spent so mucj time and energy talking about how many things were wrong with this film that it almost makes it worth having sat through
Laura H (ag) wrote: ''bad'' doesn't even come close...to describe this movie...
Mohammed A (jp) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Trevor B (kr) wrote: Surprisingly effective low budget horror film.
Cory B (nl) wrote: The story of a white, materialistic suburban couple who become mildly perturbed when their newborn dies of SIDS. Nothing to see here.
Michael T (us) wrote: Grotesque dark comedy.
Jamin M (us) wrote: love love love, the author wrote a great book and the actors really brought life to the topic!
Pratik D (jp) wrote: the stars are based on how much fun i had at the cost of the movie...the moviw was an absolute waste..
Private U (it) wrote: A silent gem from 1915 about Irish gangsters in the slums of New York.
Timm S (ru) wrote: A Mood Piece More Than Anything. Lighting & Sound Bring About The Creepy, Haunting Factor Usually Missing In The Slasher Flicks, But The Story-Line Here Is Completely Disorientating & Lost. Leaves You Yearning For The Simplistic Stories The Slasher Flicks Often Have.
Bhisham M (es) wrote: Speaks louder than words.