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Old 19th December 2008, 17:56   #2131
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Real life as a common disciplined Indian citizen is tougher by a billion times than " REEL " stuff like " love ".
Teaches a lot of new things and you can come to know more about the real motives behind words like " love ", " relatives ", " friends ", etc.
Abhinav i will say in simple lines - Like every other car does not have same engine and specifications the same way every person is not the same in their thinking.
yup words like " love ", " relatives ", " friends ", etc do not sound true at times when we have some bad experience with them however with one bad experience we do get many good experiences with all these people. Lets not forget that.

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Old 19th December 2008, 22:38   #2132
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Watched Madagascar Escape 2 Africa today. Damn hilarious, I must say. A must-watch even if you haven't watched the first instalment.

My rating: 4.5/5
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A little late but I watched "Phoonk" on DVD yesterday. Instead of getting spooked I got Phoonked. What was RGV thinking and what was the whole "Watch it alone and win 5 lakhs" I should have gone for that.

The movie has nothing but statues shown around the house and a few children's toys including a Noddy and a Muppet. And oh yes the crow who likes to sit on the same branch at all times.
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Watched : The Day the earth stood still !

:( It looks like its shot on home video and a shoe string budget.

Pathetic movie ...... 1/5


Gonna watch madagascar 2 tom
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Watched : The Day the earth stood still !
:( It looks like its shot on home video and a shoe string budget.
Pathetic movie ...... 1/5
Thanks. My money saved.
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Egged on by the challenge thrown by director Ram Gopal Verma that his latest horror film 'Phoonk' was too scary to be watched all alone, a youth here has enjoyed the movie with not a single soul around, by booking an entire 227-seat theatre all for himself.

The 30-year-old Pavin Ponanna, an advertising professional and a native of Madikere in Coorg district of Karnataka, booked the Inox theatre paying Rs 47,000 for a night show on Sunday and watched the entire film.
Did he win the contest? Read here: Braveheart rents entire theatre to watch Phoonk alone
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What was RGV thinking and what was the whole "Watch it alone and win 5 lakhs" I should have gone for that.
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Watched " The Vantage Point" and was simply blown by this movie.

After a long time i was transfixed to the screen the whole duration of the movie.

4.5/5. I am not giving 5/5 only because there were a couple of loose ends that were not tied-up
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Old 20th December 2008, 18:35   #2138
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Just back after watching Madagascar 2. Its a crazy ride. The penguins and King Julian rock. Watch it. Its really mad.
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Watched "Wanted" - quite a far-fetched theme, but they've put in the very fetching (though rapidly ageing) Angelina Jolie which makes up for the story.

There're a couple of car-chases in the film with Jolie first ripping up a Viper and then a 'vette.

I kinda liked the concept, though. Good watch and there's a terrific song in the end which I immediately bought online.
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Just finished watching the most whackiest movie in recent times 'Deshdrohi' . This is a must watch. I have never had so much fun even when I watched Mithun movies. What an actor and producer that Kamaal R Khan is. The dialogue delivery is out of this world. Every actor/ actress whose career is over stars in Deshdrohi from Ranjeet to Avtaar Gill Hri****a Bhatt etc etc. Aman Verma as the politician rocks. Added attractions item songs by Saifs ex Rosa and Kim Sharma. Dont miss stunt woman and super girl Gracy Singh on her Rx100 who beats the hell out of the baddies hitting them with her helmet and saving the hero in distress. Check out the awesome songs shot in Dubai and other locales.

Watch it with your friends. You will enjoy it more. Not to be missed. Gautam you listening?

This is first but my rating for Deshdrohi

Rating: 6/5

And dont forget to buy the Collector's edition DVD when it is released with interviews with the cast and crew, bonus features, deleted scenes and a free poster of Kamaal R Khan lovingly known as KRK.
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Gautam you listening?

This is first but my rating for Deshdrohi

Rating: 6/5
I am starting the download now !!!!
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Old 21st December 2008, 16:51   #2142
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@dippy i'm not able to make out whether its a sarcastic review for deshdrohi or is it really good??
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Buddy ashish watch this movies strictly on home video.
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Booked my Tickets for FDFS on 25th for Ghajini

I hope Aamir Khan doesn't disappoint
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Just saw Yes Man yesterday. Hillarious movie, typical Jim Carrey jokes but a little mature this time. He keeps on saying Yes to each and everything and the movie shows how it changes his life until...i wouldnt want to spoil it now!
Rating: 3/5
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