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Old 10th March 2009, 11:37   #2716
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Saw Pink Panther 2 finally. It became 40rs you see.
worth every bit of the 40rs ticket. But if the ticket was 160rs I wouldn't have gone.
2.75/5!
The humor is slapstick, with some scenes really really funny.
It's worth exactly that much. Rs.40

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Lets wait for Gautam now.
It is exactly the same feeling as Pranivt. I am surprised how "anybody" could NOT have liked 13B.

It is simply a mind blowing movie and for our Hindi standards, it's way way too awesome.

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Yep, Desperado and From Dusk till Dawn are both awesome movies. Come to it, I do remember a trailer for a bloody movie called "Machete" before Planet Terror starts. Thank god i din't go searching for that one.....lol. I have both the Grindhouse movies in divx if anyone is interested.
DTD dvd has a special DVD with how they made the movie. And, Rodriquez is cool. I loved the Bee Gees song " Stay Alive" playing in background when Clooney and Tarantino walk into the theatre for shooting ( its in special cut)

Anurag, can you get all the good movies on a CD and bring it along on March 15 when we meet for our drive meet?
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Hve all the movies on DVD, but in divx format is what I meant to say. Sure can bring some along.
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Old 10th March 2009, 12:07   #2718
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Hve all the movies on DVD, but in divx format is what I meant to say. Sure can bring some along.
Can you send me a PM with your collection and i can choose a few of 'em? Thanks in advance!
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Saw Pink Panther 2 finally. It became 40rs you see.
worth every bit of the 40rs ticket. But if the ticket was 160rs I wouldn't have gone.
2.75/5!
The humor is slapstick, with some scenes really really funny.
Lol. So you got it for 40 bucks again. Well i will watch on my lappy and save the 40 bucks as well

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It was good initially with the starting sequence and the car chase, but the ending was a damp squib to me.
Ya the ending wasn't what i expected. I really liked the opening though.
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Another Aunrag Kashyap flick this Friday 'Gulaal' starring K K Menon and Mahi Gill(of Dev D fame)
Ya i know about that one. Will wait for reviews as off late am not liking his movies.

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None of the above. Its drama. For a synopsis of the movie, follow the link i posted. I myself cant do justice to the movie by putting the synopsis in my own words.
In that case i will see it to believe it

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I now pronounce you Chuck & Larry

The story's based around 2 firemen who are the best of friends and where one of them requires the other's help to get access to his funds locked away in his late wife's name. To do that, they need to be in a relationship, and pretend to be gay.

Adam Sandler is just amazing in this movie, and so is his friend played by Kevin James. The movie trudges along expected lines, though.

Good timepass.

Bennyboy Rating : **1/2
OK i really loved this one. Some really funny scenes. And Dostana is loosely based on this one however Adam Sandler cant be compared. The guy is unbelievable in simple life roles
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Just saw all the parts of the movie SAW. parts 1-4 are absolute treat to watch but the 5th part is below average.
I can't wait to see all parts of this movie.Just dont know where to lay my hands on them. Bigflix has pretty bad collection of this genre

Btw, i am just about to settle down to watch " Thank you for Smoking" Hope it lives up to all reviews that i read here.
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Watched Arundhathi in Telugu, yesterday.
Not a horror genre, but ok considering where it has come from

Sonu Sood has done brilliantly in the few scenes he appears and the heroine looks luscious :P
2.5/5

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the heroine looks luscious :P
2.5/5
That's Anushka. We have quite a few fans of her from Hyderabad TBHP
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That's Anushka. We have quite a few fans of her from Hyderabad TBHP
I should probably be included in the list.
And with such a heroine, I wish I had played Sonu Sood's character in the movie.
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I should probably be included in the list.
And with such a heroine, I wish I had played Sonu Sood's character in the movie.
i have a picture of her in a black saree ,man she sure is something.
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i have a picture of her in a black saree ,man she sure is something.
Yeh lo, here is the biggest fan of her and other being yours truly.

I am planning to watch " The Insider" starring Russel Crowe Al Pacino . Any reviews,brick-bats etc?
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Slightly OT guys, but need some advice

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/gadget...layer-usb.html (DivX Subtitles in a DVD player from USB)
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Hi All please use following thread for reviews & Discussions of English Movies

The English Movies Thread

And for Hindi Movies

The Hindi Movies Thread

Please keep this thread for reviewing /discussing regional & foreign language movies
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I could not resist myself in writing about an excellent movie which actually depicts the biography of the great mathematical mind that once roamed the planet!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramanujan_%28film%29

We know that the British empire once ruled India, took wealth with them. Seems they even did not spare our greatest mathematical asset, "Srinivasa Ramanujan" but this was done for good. If it was not for the British mathematician G. H Hardy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G._H._Hardy), this legend / god called Ramanujan would not have known to the world! I salute that man.

I guess the movie is dubbed in English as well. Watch the movie and get inspired.
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