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Old 23rd November 2008, 15:18   #1966
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X-M was half right about Yuvraaj - some might hate it - i hated it to core. spoilt my birthday yesterday by watching it.

what has subhash ghai come to. he must be out of his senses to make this kind of movie. salman looks like somebody has dipped his head in bucket of hair colour.

anil kapoor is good but has nothing much to do. what a waste

anybody could have done better job for zayed khans' role.

katrina is at her best worst. i mean somebody who has done movies like Namastey London, god knows what took over her while acting.

my rating - 0/5. Period
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Old 23rd November 2008, 16:09   #1967
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Are you guys nuts ?? Who in their right senses will go for a Subhash Ghai movie in today's times ?

Mr Ghai is still living in the 80's - he is absolutely not in sync with the new times and that reflects in the movies he makes these days.

I have not even thought about watching Yuvvraaj.

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Old 23rd November 2008, 16:19   #1968
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Kisna not Krishna Tech! See you don't even remember the name correctly
I guess that (remembering the name) is not even worth the effort...

Last SG movie which i remember going to (and enjoying) was Taal
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yesterday eve I was forced into watching Yuvraj by a couple of friends who didnt get any other tickets and its a total waste
all I have to say is 1.5/5 - should have stayed at home and seen bigg boss
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Watched SLITHER.

This and TEETH are presently on my worst movies ever made list. The only plus in this movie is the song 'Every woman in this world - Airsupply' which is played in the background for about 3 minutes and the rest of the movie is crap.
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Old 24th November 2008, 10:30   #1971
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Talking Best & Worst Indian movie (s) ever watched!!!

Dear T-BHPians,

I am starting this thread, thinking that this will certainly give us an opportunity to smile / laugh.

Please share your likings and dislikings of Hindi movies watched by you.

Here are some of mine -

Best: Hera Pheri (New), Sarfarosh, Khosla Ka Ghosla, Angoor, Lakshya
Worst: Jhoom Barabar Jhoom, Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag

Cheers!!!
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Old 24th November 2008, 13:03   #1972
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Saw "Office Space" yesterday, and thoroughly enjoyed it. Gets a 3.5/5 from my side.
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"Yuvraaj" The post production is done sooooo much in the movie that all the characters look gayish with their flesh tone what a pathetic movie although i didn;t watched but heard from my seniors at work.

RGV and Subhash Ghai movies are out form my life long back,,sir youve lots your customer
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Once Sajid Khan had joked-" Raj Kapoor ko log Showman kehte hain aur Subhsh Ghai apne aap ko khud Showman kehte hain".

About Katrina Kaif, all I can say is you fetch an average/below average looking Anglo Indian model who can't even speak Hindi and wants to work for Bollywod, cash in on the publicity she has gathered by being a superstar's girlfriend, smear her face with make-up and make her look like a million bucks, summon a dubbing artist to dub for her till she learns Hindi and is able to dub for herself, spend loads of money on PR and image building exercises and whoa! she becomes one of the highest paid actresses.

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Inside Man

An amazing movie about a bank robbery where the main protagonist claims, "I rob not because i want to, but because I can!". And sure, he does. Brilliantly portrayed, and chilling suspense make this movie a definite watch. Denzel Washngton as the detective who needs to crack this to salvage some pride in his career also is quite convncing. Watch it, and you would surely appreciate the events.

Bennyboy Rating : ***1/2
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Saw "Office Space" yesterday, and thoroughly enjoyed it. Gets a 3.5/5 from my side.
Office Space (1999)

AWESOME CULT MOVIE.

just check out some of the quotes from this movie on the imdb page.

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It's not just about me and my dream of doing nothing. It's about all of us. I don't know what happened to me at that hypnotherapist and, I don't know, maybe it was just shock and it's wearing off now, but when I saw that fat man keel over and die - Michael, we don't have a lot of time on this earth! We weren't meant to spend it this way. Human beings were not meant to sit in little cubicles staring at computer screens all day, filling out useless forms and listening to eight different bosses drone on about about mission statements.

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Saw "Office Space" yesterday, and thoroughly enjoyed it. Gets a 3.5/5 from my side.
Its a wonderful movie. Appropriate depiction of the happenings in the IT world. Was it on TV?
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Dostana - Will feature in top 5 of my turkey list .
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Office Space (1999)

AWESOME CULT MOVIE.
Have to agree with you on this one. Indeed a cult movie. If I had seen it earlier, before I started out my professional life in the IT world, the significance would have been lost on me.

But now.... Lets just say I even do my own version of TPS Reports.

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Its a wonderful movie. Appropriate depiction of the happenings in the IT world. Was it on TV?
Nope, wasnt on TV. Got it off the internet.
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Saw a movie called " The Pledge" starring Jack Nicholson last week. It was a nice movie even if it was slightly slow. It is certainly worth a watch once aleast for JN.
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