Funny. Great acting. Good music. Cool 80s slang. Nice plot. A young man accidently goes back in time and must return to the present, but there's one major problem: he has to get his parents to fall in love again.
Loved the music, scenery, costumes, and plot. Liked the acting on the part of Sanjay Dutt, Kriti Sanon, and supporting roles. Director should've cast someone other than Arjun Kapoor. He made this movie lose two stars.
A young actress from Czechoslovakia falls in love with Joseph Goebbles and becomes famous in Nazi Germany. Her career and relationship start well but end terrible. The movie portrayed a different and fresh angle on the time period; i.e. it did not center on the struggle of the Jews.
When Harvard law student Mitch McDeere is offered a job he can't refuse by a law firm, he finds himself fighting for his life, as the firm turns out to be corrupt and the FBI wants his help in busting them.
The Office aims to poke fun of the corporate environment, in particular of the paper company Dunder Mifflin which has a regional office in Scranton, PA, and the lives of the people that work there. The show has a little bit of everything, such as takeovers, firings and layoffs, promotions, office romance, corporate politics, and much more. There are some great moments of hilarity but also some outrageous, unrealistic points that makes one question what the writers were thinking.
Based on the literary work of the late Michael Crichton, Jurassic Park tells the story of a business tycoon, Mr. Hammond, who plays God and recreates dinosaurs to be the main attraction in a theme park on a fictional island somewhere off the coast of South America. He invites a few esteemed guests to test the park and sign off on its success for his investors, so that he can ultimately open it to the public. However, things don't go as planned and everyone's survival is at stake.
One of the best shows of all time and rivaling Seinfeld, Friends is a comedy that not only can but will put a smile on your face no matter how bad your day. Six young friends, three men and three women, struggle to make it in the Big Apple and find love, but at the end, they always have each other.
What happens when a woman from an upper caste forsakes society's choice for a husband and falls in love with an artist from the lower class onboard the greatest ship to sink? You get the Titanic, a heart-wrenching love story with fantastic acting and sensational scores that touched audiences across the globe.
The best comedian of my era, Jerry Seinfeld, teams up with three phenomenal actors in the greatest city in the world, New York, to provide laughs for generations to come. The beauty and genius of the show rests in the type of humor, situational comedy, which is done to perfection. The myriad of odd characters that pop up in Jerry and his friends' lives are memorable to say the least, and the everyday situations they experience are relatable and taken to the extremes of comedy. The only thing better is seeing Jerry perform in person.
Where do I begin? The plot is ingenious, the actors put on a great show, and the themes of hope, friendship, and freedom resonate with all. A white man, Andy, goes to prison for a crime he didn't commit, befriends a black convict, faces a corrupt prison system that threatens his chance to be free again, and relies on hope, friendship, and his wit to endure his sentence and outsmart the system.