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Old 1st July 2007, 12:41   #151
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@FR - Hope you reach the right place at the right time. hehe. From what I have heard it is an old school action movie which means less of CG's and more of real stunts.

Me planning to watch tonight too and maybe catch Apne before that.

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Anybody seen Diehard 4? any reviews? planning to go tonight.
Watched it Friday night, good movie, good action & classic Bruce "Die Hard" Willis! I enjoyed it very much!
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when s redline comming out ? have heard theres a hottie and real nice cars no f&f kinda ricy ones
Only the hottie and the cars are good, the story RUBBISH!!
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I just watched Die Hard 4, and I must say it is wayyyyy bettwr than 2 or 3. I quite enjoyed it, except for a few scenes in the end where even Rajni's stunts were bested ;P

The guy who was the (blond) cop in Banlieue 13 was a baddie in the movie, but he was there for just 2 minutes. His talents were totally wasted.
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I just watched Die Hard 4, and I must say it is wayyyyy bettwr than 2 or 3. I quite enjoyed it, except for a few scenes in the end where even Rajni's stunts were bested ;P
That must have left you totally shattered eh?
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That must have left you totally shattered eh?
Oye! When I watch Rajni's movies, the intention is to have a good laugh . They must be watched with like-minded friends (and at least 1 Rajni fan to act as a bakra for everyone) for full enjoyment. This used to be a very popular pastime back in college. Needless to say, we would have to search for a new Rajni fan every time for our viewing sessions. Ahhhhh... memories.

No offense to Rajni fans here
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cruel intentions one of my fav movies
Cruel intensions 2 i liked.
Cruel Intensions 3 was a bore !!
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I just watched Die Hard 4, and I must say it is wayyyyy bettwr than 2 or 3. I quite enjoyed it, except for a few scenes in the end where even Rajni's stunts were bested ;P
From the trailers of the movie, i get a feeling that its more CGI stuff than the true Die Hard stuff. Die Hard series was all about attitude and being street smart. But the scenes in Die Hard 4, like the one where he takes down a helicopter by crashing a car into it, or the one where he ducks and the flying car lands on two cabs that arrive there just in time... they all seem to take the limelight away from the characters.
BUT, i will still go and see the movie
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I love basic instincts and everybody knows why!
The 2nd part wasn't that entertaining but it wasn't bad either.
Is there any better movies than that when it comes to thrillers with some manly stuff?
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Oye! When I watch Rajni's movies, the intention is to have a good laugh . They must be watched with like-minded friends (and at least 1 Rajni fan to act as a bakra for everyone) for full enjoyment.
I second this! Best humour this side of Leno.
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Just saw Awaarapan on Saturday - I would say very very nice. Will give it **** out of 5. Excellent acting by Emraan & Ashutosh. Fabolous picturisation of HongKong. Do watch it guys & the music is amazing. Worth a one time watch at least.

Anyone seen APPkA Suroor ?? How is HR lookin
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you should see this movie:
Tom yum goong (2005)

its a thia martial art movie i am awestruck after seeing that movie.
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Seen it, and a coupla others with the same lead actor. He's good.
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Aap ka surror boring, its just show off from HR to be a very nice character and what the heck BMW's, Audi's all over the place but then they are in Germany. Awaranpan is much better i would say.
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When HR takes off his cap, does 'Aap Ka suroor' become 'Aap Ka Horror' ?
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