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Old 29th June 2008, 02:41   #1276
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Via Darjeeling - Nothing like Bheja Fry but still quite good. I don't know why Mumbai Mirror gave it such a bad review.
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Via Darjeeling was horrendous. We almost fell asleep. The movie was so slowwww
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i watched 'The pianist' today on TV, this is one movie i wanted to watch for long time but wow how how good is this movie. No wonder it's rated that high in IMDB. If you haven't watched it yet please do. The atrocities of German army is world War II is portrayed brilliantly. Adrien Brody plays the character to perfection.
IMO,it was an OK movie. People tend to rate every movie with Nazis in them pretty high. Especially if the movie has a "true story" tag.
Adrien Brody's portrayal, of a talented, well to do artist reduced to a street dweller living off scraps was good.
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Thoda pyaar thoda magic: Complete kid movie, was forced to watch this one Most of the movie includes Rani monologuing, giving speeches and sermons to anyone who's got half an ear. IMHO, she's too old for playing around like a kid n riding teenage bikes. I guess your kids will like it, lotta kids were laughing through the movie. Acting is just OK, it's Rani hogging most of the screen space. Amisha looks gr8. Nothing worth wasting your time on, wait for the DVD.
Score 3/10

I saw this one at PVR(juhu) and the reason I mention this is because we were trying to get tickets just 20 minutes before the show, the guy at the box office said everything is sold out and only the first row from the screen is available. We've been in that one before and we really didn't want to move our necks left and right through the movie. We didn't buy and stood out deciding whether to go for Charlie Bartlett instead coz it was playing at the same time.

After 10 minutes I went back to the same guy and requested him to check again if any better seats are available for TPTM or else I'd like CB. He called another lady employee and began discussing something like "should I..... " Then, he gave me tickets for the topmost row for TPTM. Nice of him to do that. 3 other families has asked for the tickets in those 10 minutes and all were offered only the first row.

When the movie started, I could see at least 10-12 seats unoccupied at the back and the front row had only a few people. Wonder why they were unwilling to sell those.

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Just finished Dil Chahta Hai for thr umpteenth time. This is one movie that totally touches a chord somewhere and makes me believe in friendship.

And like always - there were tears running down my cheeks - when Aamir and Akshaye meet in the hospital in the end.

10/10.
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God, Tussi Great Ho looks like a complete rip off of Bruce Almighty. Right from costume to storyline! Yucks, Can't they do something original!
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Has anyone noticed that in the promos of Love Story 2050, you can see Harman Baweja copy the dance steps of Hritik from Krissh / Lakshya. A complete no-no if you are looking forward to see a Hritik-lookalike do a copy of the original.

Coming to think of it, we are now bigtime into Lookalike business. Next, Shahrukh Lookalike. Hey Kkkkkkkk-kirann...!
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Just finished Dil Chahta Hai for thr umpteenth time. This is one movie that totally touches a chord somewhere and makes me believe in friendship.

And like always - there were tears running down my cheeks - when Aamir and Akshaye meet in the hospital in the end.

10/10.
One of the finest movies of Bollywood for sure. One can watch it zillions of times and never get bored. I remember going to see it the first time just expecting a decent movie but it was an awesome experience. Best to watch it with your friends. After all its all about friendship. The dialogues, scenes and situations remain etched in your mind forever.
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Just finished Dil Chahta Hai for thr umpteenth time. This is one movie that totally touches a chord somewhere and makes me believe in friendship.

And like always - there were tears running down my cheeks - when Aamir and Akshaye meet in the hospital in the end.

10/10.
Huh Gautam? was it running on your cable channel, cos last night i also watched Dil Chahta Hai , was running on my local cable channel.

Absolutely right about that scene so very touching. Apart from that just love the scene where Aamir Proposes Priety Zinta in her Sangeet, and the background Music of the Sangeet goes dola re dolaaa hai dolaa hehe. I see myself and my wife at that place if i would'nt have decided on time for the marriage, would have done something similar!!
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Huh Gautam? was it running on your cable channel, cos last night i also watched Dil Chahta Hai , was running on my local cable channel.
Yes Sohail, was on my local cable channel - MY CHANNEL - guess you use Hathway services ?
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Right on!! Yes brother, i use hathway - MY Channel!!
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Saw Hancock today. Was an interesting movie. The 2nd best hero movie of the summer after Ironman imo.
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God, Tussi Great Ho looks like a complete rip off of Bruce Almighty. Right from costume to storyline! Yucks, Can't they do something original!
Looks like your asking for the impossible
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I watched Hulk and I really liked it. One good super human series and edward norton has done a good job. The actress though didnt do justification to her role and she had a very stiff upper lip!!!
I loved the ending as i really loved robert downing juniors role in ironman. People who have watched hulk will know.
Would rate it 4/5
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pathology-

a group of pathologists who play a game of who can commit the perfect murder with out be traced to how was murdered.

kung fu panda-

a super funny movie but gets over to soon.

the ruins-
a movie where a group of tourists of searching for some lost friends who get trapped on a ruins of a temple and cannot escape while being blocked by the locals with a unusual killer.

journey to the center of the earth (t.v version)-
a fun to watch adventurous movie will love it if your fan of adventurous movies.


drillbit taylor-
a group of (nerd) kids who hire a body guard who is a homeless person to fight for them another funny movie.
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