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Old 3rd October 2008, 14:20   #1666
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Perfectly agree with your rating. Too good movie. However, i felt Naseer was better than Anupam in more than a few scenes. Maybe, i am just a bigger fan of Naseer than Anupam
Naseer took the honors with the way he depicted the role of the cool-headed terrorist. Just loved his style!

Anupam Kher as the harried cop-in-charge who just had to find the way out of this rigmarole was no less either. The way he demanded results is worth mentioning.
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P.S. Minissha in Kidnap!! Sssslllllluuurrrpppp!!!!!
completely agree on that , but i guess the movie is good ONLY for that....

Watched the movie yesterday , high light was when Minissha was tied up and made to meet her dad Sanjay Dutt who is also handcuffed and seeing hsi daughter after 8 years . As usual minissha is a minimalistic attire and sizzling then Sanjay gutt delivers a dialogue to the effect that " oh boy you sure have grown into an adult !" the entire theatre burst out in laughter ...
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Is it only me? I don't find Minnisha hot at all.

If you look at her face carefully she looks horribly old even with all that paste on her face. I can only think of puking when i look at her.

But, then you may argue with me, who is looking at her face?

there you have found the answer to your question yourself !
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Drona

Absolute crap in the name of a magical adventure. The movie is so damn slow, you want to get up and push the reels with your hands so that the torture finally ends.

AB Jr looks pathetic as the super hero and the rest of the cast including his mom are the pits. Only Priyanka Chopra rocks with her kohl lined eyes.

Verdict - 0.5 / 5 - Do not even think about watching it.

Kidnap

Marginally better than Drona because the pace is faster, although it slows down to a crawl in-between. Sanjay Dutt has done these roles dime-a-dozen before, Imran tries hard to look sinister and fails, Vidya Malvade is doing what in the movie only she knows - Minissha is the only one amongst the cast who will benefit from this movie. Toned body and short skimpy cleavage and midriff and legs revealing dresses - and she looks HOTTTTT !!

Verdict - 1.5 / 5 (1 point for Minissha ) - You can miss this too but if you get to see this on satellite television the Minissha scenes will be chopped off - so the call is yours. hehe.
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Mamma mia! The badass Bond is back! .
Bond comes to India on November 7th - a week before he goes to USA.
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completely agree on that , but i guess the movie is good ONLY for that....

Watched the movie yesterday , high light was when Minissha was tied up and made to meet her dad Sanjay Dutt who is also handcuffed and seeing hsi daughter after 8 years . As usual minissha is a minimalistic attire and sizzling then Sanjay gutt delivers a dialogue to the effect that " oh boy you sure have grown into an adult !" the entire theatre burst out in laughter ...

Lemme quote his dialogue as I remember it, he says : "Soni, You have grown up". and Then the camera focuses ... (okey leave it, Its a public forum .

Moral of story: Go for the best comedy thriller ever made (pun intended)... Rating 1.5 / 5 .
Come on you should give the movie 1 point for having Minnisha Lamba
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Guys help me out,there was this movie i watched on HBO on Thursday evening at around 7.Caught the middle of it,Jack Nicholson just discharged from the hospital.Collapses near the car.The doctor wants him to stay nearby.So he stays at his young girlfriends mothers place.The doc then has dinner with the mother and Nicholson falls in love with her too.

Any idea which movie this is?
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'Something's gotta give'
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'Something's gotta give'
That is the one!Thank you!
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Saw Hellboy 2 at Waves Noida today. Nice effects and old hindi movie type storyline. One time watch.
Rating - 3.5/5
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Thank you guys, you saved me some money. Wanted to catch both Drona and Kidnap but have decided to avoid both of them. 1000 bucks saved.
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I saw " Wild Hogs" last night starring : John Travlota, Tim Allen, Martin Lawrence and William H. Macey

A group of 4 middle aged friends tired with their boring and sedantry lifestyle decide to take a road trip from Cincinatti to California and the movie is all about the screwball situations they get into during this road trip.

The movie is suppose to be funny but then it has its moments but ain't that funny. I would still watch it for John Travolta and Tim Allen and ofcourse for lots and lots of choppers and sportsters that you see revving on the highway.

2/5

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I watched Babylon A.D. (2008) yesterday. Was expecting it to be a nice action packed flick due to Vin diesel, but was dissappointed overall. Give it a pass when it's released here. Rating: 2/5
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Planet Terror - Typical Rodriguez/Tarantino product......lots of blood and gore ,women in skimpy clothes ,guns ,zombies etc
Still it was damn entertaining.!

3/5
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Saw Hannibal for the 10th time and No country for old Men, yesterday.
Fantastic movies.
Anthony Hopkins is the perfect Dr. Lector, I doubt any one elso could have even come close.
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