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This is a delicious movie meant to be savored by everyone. It shows how a stood up traditional bride decides to go on her planned honeymoon trip alone. Above all, it shows brown and yellow and white people and black people can have lots of fun together once they shed their stereotypes. Watch it for the lovely colors and nice acting. Great songs and great humor, which you can relate to especially if you are Punjabi /North India.
Go watch and dance with the Queen
This is the latest Bollywood smash, it is a inspired version of Sahib < Biwi < and Ghulam
It features a feudal lord, doing what gentlemen borne as gentlemen do, his bored schizophreniac wife, and the driver/gangster
There are lots of twists and turns, and it may be Bollywood’s steamiest romantic comedy/drama.
The songs are nice, the acting is superb by the cast of Randeep Hooda (D, Once upon a time in Mumbai), Mahi Gill and Jimmy Shergill.
Power packed and nice- but see it without your kids/family or you may end up blushing! Probably the closest to a noir sex comedy that I have seen in 3 decades of Bollywood watching!
This is part of Salman Khan’s
trilogy quadrology after Wanted, Dabangg, Ready and now Bodyguard in remakes of South Indian movies with pumping slow motion /fast moving action and hummable songs, slapstick comedy, typical Bollywood drama and packaged in a nice box for you to eat and savour. This is not cinema in the class of gourmet, but cinema in the class of chat, gol gappas and hot dogs (if you get the metaphor- you will get the movie as well)
The movie is actually nice, the actors are well casted , for a change this is actually a script, the humor is bearable if 300 people in the movie theatre are laughing with you, in some places the comic scenes are good. Salman Khan starts with a wooden expression for his bodyguard facial expressions, but by the end Kareena Kapoor and Salman prove why they are the numero uno entertainers in the world’s largest movie crazy market (by volume of movies). I liked it better than Wanted and Ready, and almost as nice as Dabangg.
and yes Salman and Kareena look good together!
Watch it to enjoy, and take some pleasure from the simple things of life.
I just saw the Bollywood Movie , Ready (2011) starring Salman Khan and Asin. Salman Khan has been the Charlie Sheen of Indian Cinema for some time now, and the movie plays up to his charm, slapstick humor and slap full action.
Asin is a great actor, and this is not art for the sake of art- it is art to make the people laugh.
Enjoy it but with tempered expectations that you are in for some stupendous Bollywoodish humor.
- Time to enjoy in sprinkle of entertainment by all three Khans this monsoon (salmankhanblog.wordpress.com)
This is probably the best 5th in an action series sequel I have seen ( though Rocky Number 6 comes close, but Star Wars 5/6 dont)
The sheer chemistry between cars, action, big beef, beautiful iconic imagery, and nice music. This is XXX meets Ocean Eleven meets Welcome to the Jungle. Dwayne the rock Johnson continues to impress with his iconic imagery and so does Vin Diesel. The remaining actors are used tastefully and with much better direction than in some other Fast and Furious movies.
The interactions and interplays between sets, scene and people are clever, the actors know how to act, and fight . and drive.
When it comes to Car movies, you have to give to the Damn Yankees (though the French did come close with Taxi -, but not the fifth element Taxi)
Watch. It. Now. with a beer and chips. and all your homies.
- Fast & Furious 5: Rio Heist, review (telegraph.co.uk)
Jake Gyllenhaal has always been a dear chap from his Donny Darko days. So when you mash some quantum physics (parabolic calculus as per movie), with science fiction to capture terrorists (a very topical topic)- you get Source Code- an investigative and recursive logical thriller. Lead actress Vera Farmiga from the Departed (remember the scene of making love to Comfortably Numb) seems a bit bored today and the tension never crackles. This is a movie for science fiction or action thrillers not geeks- and the name source code is a bit of a misleading title- as it should probably be called Complex Event Processing. It is also a terrible name to search for in Google Image Search- you dont get movie images at all.
The movie is very watchable, but it wont be winning any Hugo awards yet.
Also stars Michelle Monaghan of MI3 ,
with the cute upturned nose made famous by
Nicole not Kid(ding)man
- MOVIE REVIEW The last eight minutes (tech.mit.edu)