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Followed MouthShut_Official

Apr 09, 2018 10:17 AM


Commented on pri20's review

Mar 26, 2008 07:59 PM

Darn good 'buidheach' review. A novella with intoxicating plot full of flourish and passion for the drink. Cheers WD

Commented on The_Reviewer's review

Mar 26, 2008 03:49 AM

Aaj nahin to kal jaroor kuch na kuch likhunga jaroor....

Followed Chintu25 , doveye

Mar 26, 2008 03:43 AM



Commented on own review

Mar 26, 2008 03:35 AM

Vibes: Danke schon for the good Karma of writing lovelyyyy comments. JK : Guess I am. I have seen so many of his. I go by directors. It's just that he has worked with so many of them. Reviewer : arre woh gaowali dhanno... hum gayein kahante wapis aanekeliye... hum to eleksions main beezy the.... Ab aayi gaye hain tho thume jelna tho padega heen. :-) Mr. D. Read More

Commented on spikeguard's review

Mar 25, 2008 10:44 PM

Not sure I will watch it. Then may be just for Rhona (sans Dhona). Good review. You got the country wrong. It's Scotland and not Holland!

Commented on amateurabe's review

Mar 25, 2008 10:39 PM

Good review. Cute Kabir. Thanks for the tip on shirt pockets. Its so critical apparel accessory for carrying vital stuff like Biz cards, pen, security cards. Its a great help to keep the cellphone while driving ( so tough to get it out of pant pockets) It's hard for men to find themselves without... one. You sure are one lady considerate to gents needs. Keep shopping and posting reviews. My time will be saved (in the distant future when I decide to move back there permanently) W. D. Read More

Commented on own review

Mar 25, 2008 10:16 PM

sarav: I welcome the welcome comments from you. Will catch up on YT stuff when I get some time to kill. Haven't seen 'JackNife' ( had enough of 'Nam, I guess). Seen 'Untouchables'. Great movie. karthik: Good to see you too. You'll see more biatch stuff soon afrank : Thanks for the welcome. Whe...n did you tranform into colorful baloons? cool_breeze: Can't match Ratna's list though. That would take a lifetime or two! abe: Bon jour. I'm sure he'll like it. We share certain tastes I'm sure ( he did like 300 didn't he?) Dude may disappear off-screen for sometime but will always surface to claim the 'Prestige' . There are a bunch of movies getting released soon 'Dark Knight','Sin City 2'... so you'll be seeing more of me here. FD: Welcome to my space. I'm sure you'll like movie. R De N has a multifacted role here as a lover, mobster, a guilt-ridden reformed criminal, a man cherishing the good ol' memories. 3 hours time will be well spent if you dare to do it. Thanks for complementing my mucchies. That coming from a lady is a real first pri20 : Thanks for the welcome. From when did you tranform into a doll? MS has surely changed a lot. Thank y'all D. Read More

Commented on sudipto33's review

Mar 25, 2008 12:48 AM

Doc Blue Face, From the Punchline to punch-ered tyres (no, not Reddy's) a complete punchdunk review. I admire your keen X-ray eyes from Kat's pimples and other natural and unnatural protrusion. A few unanswered punch questions - 1) How did younger bro make happy with a nude Kat if he was so panto-ph...ilic? 2) Where did they treat those traumatized horses? Read More

Commented on own review

Mar 25, 2008 12:29 AM

Mags, Deadly dudes make drop-dead dates. Eastern promises is a promised watch. A review will dutifully follow. Doc Blue Face , Surely can understand your excitement. Yup, it's lean cuisine. A review on diet. I care about the digestive capacity of my readers. Mr. Vaga Bond

Reviewed Once Upon a Time in America Movie

Mar 24, 2008 11:02 PM 1931 Views

(Updated Mar 25, 2008 12:24 AM)

Who enjoyed smoking Opium pipes in a Chinese theater. For a change Sergio Leone takes a break from the unforgiving world of spaghetti westerns and takes a look at the dark underbelly of NY's mafia. Something you'd expect from Scorcese and not from the director of 'Fist Full of Dollars'. Bu...Read more

Commented on magicalsummer's review

Nov 26, 2007 10:51 PM

fe* : well guessed ! Dude reincarnates as Dude again. Keep chanting 'Dude Shanti Dude' :P Walker

Commented on magicalsummer's review

Nov 21, 2007 04:15 AM

Khan't watch no more Khan movies. Main Bollywood is beyond repair after KJo, FK have taken over.

Commented on angel25's review

Oct 10, 2007 12:14 AM

Don't know how in the world did I missed a review of 'Prestige'. Watch it again (if you haven't) with the knowledge you have lots of things will be seen in a different perspective, almost every major scene! First watch had me amazed, I was in love after the second :) Walker

Commented on indian1969's review

Oct 10, 2007 12:00 AM (Updated Oct 10, 2007 12:02 AM)

Didn't you watch that KJ movie, 'Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna'? 'Never Say Never Again' I know that after a long stay in a near-monotonous forum 'Kuch Kuch (boring) Hota Hain'. But you need to take it the right spirit of 'Kabhi Kushi Kabhi Gham'. Enjoy life without worrying much , who knows 'Kal Ho Na ...Ho'? Wherever you are Maximum keep rocking to the maximum WalkerRead More

Commented on flyingelephant's review

Oct 09, 2007 11:55 PM

Happy Anniversary to the lovely couple Ms MS and Flying E. Keep Mouthshutting and ElephantFlying Walker

Commented on flyingelephant's review

Oct 03, 2007 12:27 AM (Updated Oct 03, 2007 12:40 AM)

Realistic expressions watching a p-o-r-n-o movie... Old Boy Style? For why the guy wears tie in a train, you followed it up with the answer - Govind(a). Govinda-inspired guys will wear ties everywhere, even in a Kabadi match... Govinda Govinda (Sarkar style) Chopping nurses finger is 'necessary' ...violence. Unless there's the loss of a limb or two, no fun in watching a thriller. Dude's a tad disappointed as you haven't provided much exposure; despite well-nourished endowments. Johnny Walker (but not a Gaddar)Read More

Commented on sudipto33's review

Oct 02, 2007 11:28 PM

7) If NRI son is the Villain these days, it was the son moving to the cities a decade back ( watch those old movies). A few decades from now it will be kids moving to far away planets/satellites like Mars and the Moon. Centuries later, it will be kids moving to far away Galaxies like Andromoeda etc.... [ if humanity survives that far] Walker Read More

Commented on sudipto33's review

Oct 02, 2007 11:23 PM

Doc, Good to know I'm not the only doubting Thomas around here! There are no simple solution to this issue; as the issue itself is the creation of complex factors - sociological, cultural, economic etc. Though the matter deserves to be treated in treatises, here's a modest attempt - 1) Land... reforms and Breakdown of Zamindari system - forcing the affluent and educated to move to cities, fragmentation of land making agriculture unviable - forcing the poor to migrate 2) Transformation from an Agrarian (which fosters extended-family) to Industrial economy - where you follow the job to wherever it takes. 3) Lop-sided development and lackadaisical attitute of the government t rural areas. Burgeoning population making real estate in the city , where all the jobs are, scarce and expensive. Those extended-families of yore lived in palacial bungalows and masions and not in modern-day 2BHK apartments! 4) Socialistic policies which built Worlds most effective and cheapest[subsidized] educational system; while failing to create enough jobs to cater to the graduates [ government monopoly]. Slow growth in GDP, forcing the talented to Immigrate for lack of other options [ upto MMSingh liberalization ] 5) Even today all things considered, Immigration is still attractive to working in the native country [ again a subject of a PhD thesis] 6) A family man who's sacrificed career, opportunities etc. might have wronged to his children, and probably grandchildren too! A few lakhs he might have earned in his working years might've helped his kid get into a Top college and get a top high-earning job. If the kid cannot get good education, good job... needless to say grandchildren are affected too. It becomes - Do you sacrifice the Future for the Past? or Do you sacrifice the past for the Future? There are no easy answers! Contd...Read More

Commented on shyamnambiar's review

Oct 01, 2007 07:15 PM

So you chose 'Hurr ghada' over 'Sharm se shake', huh? Tabu-sans-spices... you haven't seen her in Telugu movies, me guesseth. She has done some real spicy shady stuff with Nagarjuna... that was before she was decorated with 'National Monument... oops... National Actress' award. Forget the taste ...buds, eye balls must have had a feast over Egyptian belles, bellies and belly-buttons. kinda like the DD ditty of yore 'Bela Gulab Champa Chameli' Aish karo Shyam Babu. And keep venting WalkerRead More