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Commented on own review

Aug 17, 2004 02:13 AM

Yes, it is a must read prem - hopefully u should read it someday lol! Suyog

Commented on own review

Aug 17, 2004 02:08 AM

'This is Mann’s style'.. Err... Would you please educate me then, what is Mann's style? I have seen all of his movies - oh yeah, except for 'Heat', I didn't like any of his movies either ;-) - Yes Yes, that includes 'The Insider' too ;-) I await the Lord to educate me! Sire, if you m...ay wish, I will henceforth forward all my reviews to your personal email for comments, suggestions and feedback. Indeed, if your highness approves the review with your immensely important and pertinent observations, and gives me the honor of going ahead, will I then attempt posting it on MS! Awaiting your education.... SuyogRead More

Commented on own review

Aug 17, 2004 01:41 AM

Guru - Yea, give it a miss - hardly deserves a watch! aadi - yeah, plz do! Thanks for the comment! 9kni9 - thanks - yeah, haven't heard from you in a while too - u are right about nelsaan - what a pity isn't it? LOL fatcat - mark my words, o cat, u will get bored LOL - oh yea, its the cab, ...(and thanks for the correction) and the cabbie - don't believe me? watch it ;-) Thanks a lot everyone ;-) SuyogRead More

Commented on own review

Aug 17, 2004 01:38 AM

Where did I say there is a connection between Mann and Tarantino ;-). Maybe u didn't read the review right, or you saw the movie wrong - it was easy as hell to make out the forced humor in action. Now tarantino is a master at that - Mann fails miserably. So what if I think Travolta could have bee...n better - I am entilted to think without asking your permission my lord ;-) Samuel Jackson? did you read the review again - did u miss those words in curly bracket? Even I know its a stupid comparision, but its in the review for the heck of it ;-) Maybe u need to get your thinking right dude - u are a jerk who thinks that ppl who don't agree with your contrived thinking are idiots. Sigh, its a pity - I can only laff at the magnitude of your haughtiness and ridicule you on your absolute lack of intelligence ;-) Keep inking - MS needs nincompoops like you ;-) SuyogRead More

Reviewed Collateral Movie

Aug 17, 2004 12:33 AM 5128 Views

(Updated Aug 17, 2004 12:34 AM)

What happens when Tom Cruise tries to do a John Travolta? What happens when Michael Mann decides to tread Tarantino Way? What happens when Jamie Foxx tries to do a Samuel Jackson? (oh well, the last one isn’t even the right one ;-)) You get a colossally contrived and corny film ca...Read more

Commented on gurusmaran's review

Aug 16, 2004 11:56 PM

'To sum it up, Three Brothers is a movie worth watching once. The one thing that this movie lacks is a repeat value.' This is precisely what I felt about this movie - I got this dvd at walmart for 3 bucks - didn't know a grain about this movie when I got it, but it was one of my experimentation d...ays lol ;-) Liked this movie, but yes, exactly my thots - I wonder if I will see it again! Again, a good review! Keep 'em coming! SuyogRead More

Commented on nikamma1112's review

Aug 16, 2004 08:47 PM

This film has not relased in D.C. If it comes to d.c I will not seeit for sure!!! Loved this review and ones you wrote last year ;-)! Keep inking! Suyog PS: Kyon, main samaj gaya na?! PPS: Gosh, is that you in that new pic? I thot it was a nikammi until I looked hard to conclude it wa...s still a nikamma :P Read More

Commented on Rupanjana's review

Aug 16, 2004 06:23 AM

Now that was one helluva back to back review on the movie Grease - atta girl, it seems its your favorite one :P out there!!! Again, loved the way you have expressed this review, though the movie reviews commends out the music review LOL ;-)! Please keep inking such! Suyog

Commented on arunroy's review

Aug 14, 2004 05:20 AM

while the othe review on this topic needlessly explains which alarm clock is in which direction, adn what color bed was and which bathroom had what color tiles, here is a review that is exactly serving the purpose! Good review - happy that I came accross thsi review! Keep inking such arun! ...SuyogRead More

Commented on own review

Aug 13, 2004 08:06 PM

Quadophile - Thanks a lot - do read this book! Stuhan - Exactly what I think of this book - on one level you do have the pain of suffering, but its self discovery of Ernie that is so damn striking and moving - you put it so right! Keep inking! Suyog

Commented on Cousin2's review

Aug 13, 2004 04:48 PM

Thanks for accepting that. By the way, one correction ;-) SUNY = State University of New York Suyog

Commented on Cousin2's review

Aug 13, 2004 07:57 AM

'You didn’t say that this book wasn’t written in English first, or say who the translator was.' -- Your point being? Should I ask you what to omit or not to omit in my review? Is that a comparative analysis between your and my review? Hahahahahah! 'I left you a comment in your revi...ew, that said I had read this book. I didn’t want my review to look like yours.' -- The fact is lyla, that you have hardly written anything different from what I wrote. Anyone in their sane sense will realize reading my review and reading your review that all you did was to re-phrase what I wrote. Why given so many brilliant and tragic incidents in the book - the only thing you really had to mention in your review were the insects and paris incident. Even if you visited, I am sure you did getter better stories and much deepr incidents in the book to write about. [Or perhaps, If you had m2m-ed me, I would have told you some!] -- So you also thought this book was bibilical, poetic, tragic, romantic, surreal - err, the 'exact' same feelings I have mentioned in my review - sigh, thats some telpathy ;-) -- the fact is, you didn't put anything in this review to be bluntly put. I am sorry if this sounds rude, But frankly hypocrisy is one thing I can't stand ;-) Suyog Read More

Commented on Cousin2's review

Aug 13, 2004 07:56 AM

For starters, you may wish to read this piece - The author happens to be a associate professor of modern Jewsih history in Judiac studies at a esteemed university called SUNY albany. Unless of course he is challenging the supreme being i...n your form, I am willing to believe him ;-). 'You must know that I am Jewish and the legend of the lamed-vov is believed by religious Jews to be fact.' -- Yes I know and I know the legend and I know Jews believe it too - then why don't you explain it in your review too lyla. I am sure you did do a great job of it - given your great detail for travel reviews (come to think of it, you remember whom you met after thirty years in North Korea, and relate to us with such vividity), I am sure you did have no problems in letting us know your history too. Believing in legends is one thing, absurdity of that belief is another ;-). I am sorry lyla, at present, I think u are on the other line. 'I am a Levi as well, because I am a descent of the great Sage Rashi, (whoes lineage goes back to Mose’s brother Aaron).' -- Great - then what are you doing on MS? shouldn't you be solving world problems? Shouldn't you be solving all the unforseen problems of this world? My My - we have a family of levy's combined with a great sage!!! 'You didn’t tell about Ernie and the insects in your review. This is a symbol, of the Jews who worked for the Nazis, to save their lives.' -- First - read my review again, correctly. IF you didn't see about those insects, then I am sorry you didn't read my review ;-). -- Secondly, killing insects is a symbol of jews who worked for Nazis? - Are you kidding me?!!!! This is helluva symbol! cont'd below...Read More

Commented on fatcat's review

Aug 13, 2004 07:31 AM

There there naught cat, I mean does the smart phone also provide hands free? Good review here on what seems to be a all in one, rolled into one - err whatever I wanna mean by that!!!! Have been wishing to own such a device since long now = but lekin, paranthu.... Keep inking! Suyog

Commented on Cousin2's review

Aug 13, 2004 05:35 AM

I wish you had written this review with a little more research and thought on such a good book. If you loved the book so much, how did miss the fact this is NOT a true story - AND its based on fiction. The legend of Lamed-Vov is itself not true incident, and whats more, the author has just used a... figment of the legend. If you notice the end which is the most painful part of the book - you realize its not a story about Ernie, but a story encompassing every Jew who underwent the agony. Sad, that a book you hold such high esteem, you miss the very essence of the book. BTW, whatever I mentioned in my review probably does not even cover the other great moments in the book - in fact, the Paris episode is just three pages in the entire book, and doesn't even do justice to the entire book ;-). Ask me in a m2m and I will let you know why I put it. Oh yeah, I can expect your familiar brand of bodyguards to come after me as I am a demon, but I care a hoot ;-) Keep inking... Suyog Read More

Commented on own review

Aug 12, 2004 09:18 PM

Lowoil - thanks! Chimera - Yah, do read this book - its beautiful. Carefreechap - Now here is one who actually read and understood the significance of my last paragraph. I guess many readers got lost in the vividity of my review, but I personally feel more for that last paragraph! - Thanks a lot - before this one, even I hadn't known abt the author.Do read this one! Thanks a lot everyone - keep 'em coming! SuyogRead More

Commented on stuhancock's review

Aug 12, 2004 09:15 PM

....The Last of the Just and I must say its deeplly moving and very pwoerfully written!!! read my review! Suyog

Commented on thegreatone's review

Aug 12, 2004 02:13 AM

...agree that Hatya is his best performance - sadly, govinda lost himslef in inane comedies, which he used to do well till a point of time! ...Good one - keep inking! Suyog

Commented on own review

Aug 11, 2004 06:45 AM

Thanks pals - In this age when MS has more or less settled as cinema review site, it feels great to see so many comments on a book review, that too a dark and serious book as this. Rupan - thanks a lot for the comments. If you like A fine Balance, you will love this one too - take my word. Nopes,... I haven't read Sophie's Choice, though I have heard a lot about it. psmukund - Yeah, I can trust that general on what you said. Amistad is a wonderful film, and yes - slavery would definitely rank against genocide as an evil. Cousin2 - thanks a lot for the comments - I truly feel that this time you have commented from your heart. jayanthsv - exactly, i fail to understand how can some race be so condemned that they are killed? thanks for the comment. girl-u-can-trust - Jews may be one of thee most discriminated, not necessarily most. Though yes, they have been through a lot of suffering - but the point is, their stories have lived on to haunt us - there might so many others we don't even know of. Ewling - thanks a lot for the comments - do read this one! satis007 - thanks a lot - do read this one. abbey - its so nice to see ya after such a long time. come what may, I agree that one must be proud of their roots. Thanks for the comment! Fatcat - Yeah, spielberg could make this movie. I am sure he did not disappoint - why spielberg, I think even Roman Polanski would do a great job on this theme. Though, when you read the ending lines of the book, u will think different. Do read this one! balagi - Yeah, subjected ;-) Right!!!! Wait till I get ya somewhere hehheh! Frankly, I kindda didnt feel I actually wrote this while doing something else ;-) Thanks a lot everyone - keep them coming! SuyogRead More