a list of the bollywood (mostly) films i want/need to see.
New York is a contemporary story of friendship set against the larger than life backdrop of a city often described as the centre of the world. Omar has gone abroad for the first time in his life and soon enough he begins to see and love America through the eyes of his American friends - Sam and Maya. It is the story of these three friends discovering a new world together.
الان کارگردان این فیلم سعی کرده مثلا همه ی جوانب خوب و بد اون واقعه رو به تصویر بکشه؟
به نظرم بهتره هندی ها خودشون رو نباید قاطی این قضایا بکنند
چیزی که باعث شد من این فیلم رو ببینم حضور یک بازیگر هندی به نام نیل بود که خیلی شبیه امریکاییها بود!!!
وقتی هندی صحبت کرد من متعجب شدم ...
John Abraham, hirsute and brawny one year after his appearance in Dostana as a waxed twink, plays a man driven to become a terrorist by his mistaken detention after 9/11. Made one year before “My Name is Khan” also a post 9/11 film, this one pales in comparison. Abraham may have muscles but he can’t act although Katrina Kaif isn’t bad as his wife and newcomer Neil Nitin Mukesh does a credible job as his friend reluctantly recruited by the FBI. Details that no one in India would notice bothered me: Philadelphia plays New York here but nobody bothered to change the license plates and the Italian Market just doesn’t look like anywhere in Brooklyn. No Bollywood dance scenes here…
- Mother India
- Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam
- On the Town
- Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan
- Home Alone 2: Lost In New York
- Escape from New York
A running list of films set in or featuring New York City (in no particular order)
- 16 Blocks
- 88 Minutes
- A History of Violence
It includes all the movies I have collected over the years.....