Roy Daniel DSilva

Roy Daniel DSilva has rated 4 movies, and has posted 25 comments.

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Ratings

  • Game: Nay! Thumbs Down:
  • Mirch: So-So:
  • Break Ke Baad: Nay! Thumbs Down:
  • Rakht Charitra I: So-So: Extremely violent movie that can be considered to be action p*rn, if it was not supposed to be based

Comments

  • What’s in the news these days?:

    You know what irks me more.. organizations that say people with .blogspot.com and .wordpress.com blogs as 'professional bloggers'. I think, the least people can do is find out what a 'professional blogger' is!

    posted 7 years, 10 months ago
  • Game:

    [comment deleted because it gives the climax away in a lot of detail]

    posted 7 years, 10 months ago
  • Mirch:

    Heh.. where was the nudity in this?

    posted 8 years, 1 month ago
  • Break Ke Baad:

    A super boring, obnoxiously self appreciating, pits of a decrepit script that tells about people who drive Beetles and use Zen mobiles, of guys who kick their dad’s burgeoning cinema hall business to start a roadside kiosk in racially tense Australia, and of course, of a woman whose dumb, selfish behavior is such an exaggeration that you would just want to give her a kick in the shins to sort her out. But wait, we are the well heeled people no? We cannot have problems!

    posted 8 years, 2 months ago
  • Rakht Charitra I:

    I agree with Meetu fully with the review. The movie has too much of violence - nay, unidentifiable violence - it is violence for violence sake.

    This extra dose of violence may be good for some parts of the audience, but there are several who want a reason for all the violence.

    This is not violence, it is plain and simple gore - I do not think we have the palate for that as yet.

    posted 8 years, 3 months ago
  • Robot:

    @Meetu. Maybe that conspiracy theory about the theatres running Karan Johar movies infusing a thin chemical that used to mind manage people into making them ermm.. metrosexuals... is true, and maybe that's where psychological upbringing comes from!!!!

    I is scared.. I is very scared! I watched We are Family!!!

    posted 8 years, 4 months ago
  • Robot:

    What's psychological upbringing?

    posted 8 years, 4 months ago
  • Robot:

    I didnt say that it is not possible to have good music with scifi movies, I just said that one shouldn't expect good ones.

    Once again, we are going on the oft trailed road of Hollywood Bollywood comparison - of which I am an ardent supporter.

    But if you are comparing it anyway, you should compare this one to the first movie of the Terminator series, or the first part of Universal Soldier, etc.

    Sci Fi movies in India are just fledgling, and I would not be surprised if the film maker just didn't know what to portray even with the big dollar budget!

    As for the music, I found the lyrics very confusing and rastafarian... just like how the magic goes out with transliteration and agree with Meetu on the sound and song part.

    posted 8 years, 4 months ago
  • Robot:

    The music should be ignored in any scifi movie. It's like asking for good art direction in a scifi movie. Also, one should keep in mind that this is a 'dubbed' movie. So, there is no way that the Hindi lyrics will sync with the Tamil ones to the music.

    Baaki sab theek hein, some people will like it and some people will not.

    posted 8 years, 4 months ago
  • Robot:

    Ah Ha! At last, Wogma and me do not agree about a movie! That's a first guys!

    posted 8 years, 4 months ago
  • Dabangg:

    Taran Adarsh... no comments.

    posted 8 years, 5 months ago
  • We are family:

    I review the entire movie in this one scene. Read it to believe it:

    Rhea has prepared spaghetti for the kids. The kids throw the spaghetti at her. No, it’s not like just dunking it at her, they actually paintball her with the spaghetti. Finally frustrated, she tells them to stop it or she will smack them. You know what the thirteen year old kid gets up and says? You cannot touch us, you are not my mother.

    This is like a thief telling the police officer that they cannot haul the thief to the station even if the thief is caught red handed with money bags bulging out from his knapsack, because ‘he wants to see a lawyer at the crime scene itself.’

    posted 8 years, 5 months ago
  • Milenge Milenge:

    Isnt this the movie that was dabbe mein for saat saal?

    posted 8 years, 7 months ago
  • I Hate Luv Storys:

    Yea, when I first came to this site, the notepad was the most refreshing thing I read. Dont discontinue that please.

    posted 8 years, 7 months ago
  • I Hate Luv Storys:

    I am planning to review this movie, do I do not hold much promise to it - it is already a runaway hit with the 'oooh so cute' and 'eh tune usko SMS kiya kya' crowd, so it will be difficult to get my point across if I don't like this movie through the hordes of almost anorexic chicks with dudes who wear glasses to make them look intelligent who would be thronging the movie on a discounted ticket rate :)

    posted 8 years, 7 months ago
  • Krantiveer:

    @fatema, if you are referring to me, Fatema, these are just some of the things I do for my site. After all, I am... the Friday Freak.

    posted 8 years, 7 months ago
  • Krantiveer:

    Get thi guys, Taran Adarsh actually says the movie has some good acting. :) When will these guys learn something about social media? Anyone with 500 rupees to spare per month can have their own site and give the real truth to the people!

    posted 8 years, 7 months ago
  • Raavan:

    Well... see... now the movie isnt working and they have already began the controversies like 'sad' editing and stuff. Who knows when they will realise they have a cracker of a controversy about Ram being a gray character and Laxman being.. well.. Laxman.

    posted 8 years, 7 months ago
  • Raavan:

    Good point about the Surpanaka thing. Didnt want to write it in my review because it will definitely become a cause celebre once the movie becomes a dud and they want something to work on. :)

    posted 8 years, 8 months ago
  • Happy demise of a bitter-sour partnership:

    This is the single most reason why I have decided that I will never have anyone with an iota of commercialism to do anything with my site. Believe me ladies and gentlemen, there are few people in India who take movies for movies and not for the media jambooree that they create. Our lot is our lot. Stick to it.

    posted 8 years, 9 months ago
  • Badmaash Company:

    The movie's a good baby stem in the realm of crime related movies. However, if you have a DVD of Oceans 11 or 13, or even The Sting, keep this movie until it comes up on Moserbaer. :D

    posted 8 years, 9 months ago
  • Muskurake Dekh Zara:

    Apartment met the same fate at Goregaon Hub. OMG is Housefull releasing this weekend?!! That's gonna get some sales registers clinking.

    posted 8 years, 9 months ago
  • Paathshaala:

    Well, when they can pour crores into a movie behind that topic and come up with a dud, we can use some of our Internet to mull about what they did wrong. :D

    posted 8 years, 10 months ago
  • Paathshaala:

    Nice take on the subject that the movie is about. Of course, this takes us to the age old debate about whether these nobel professions should be paid for or should they just live on the graciousness of the society. Who doesn't know those age old stories where witches used to cure a person for free, provided they used to provide the jadi booti, and who doesn't know the scenario where entertainers used to entertain kings and the kings would award them, not pay them, and who doesn't know the scenario where a teacher sage would teach princes and get nothing except Gurudakshina in return?

    However, these aspects are quite inane in this age and world, and yes, as the movie shows, not everyone is so senseless in the media, but some of them are, and its your badluck if you encounter them and only them.

    While I watched the climax, I was kind of oonfused as to who won and who lost, and how? On to Phoonk 2!

    posted 8 years, 10 months ago
  • Prince:

    He He, the travails of a fellow reviewer. When I saw the movie today I did not know whether to critique it as a reviewer or just lose myself into the typical popcorn story going on on the screen.

    But hell, I then thought all this worked so right during Joy Mukherjee's time, so with the wizardy of today, the movie should work... but alas.. Vivek is wooden! You cannot help it!

    posted 8 years, 10 months ago