Wednesday, February 15, 2012

film review - ek main aur ek too..

here is the one line review - if u want to make a girl very very happy , and get brownie points, take her for this movie.. she will love the movie, laff very hard, and she will love you!!

and now, comes the longer review:
1. its VERY FUNNY
2. superb performances - by Kareena, Imran, and the restof the cast
3. after ages, is a rom com that is actually kid friendly
4. but most importantly... here is a film that talks about women..

for all those men wondering what women really want... watch this movie... its a very simple answer - women, want to be treated like people - thinking creatures, who are considered old enough to take their own decisions. people who have a right to decide what they want to do, have the courage to bear the consequences, if any, the moral courage to tell their families everything - share their failures and their successes. People who want to talk about their schools, hug, et al, without giving "hints" and correct the guy's perception when he "takes" hints that were never given.

and this film is about men... men who have the courage to accept they made mistakes.. to accept that they love someone, even if she does not love them back... to say it without ego... and to live with the truth too.. :-)

basically, if you want a serious discussion on the film, i highly recommend this post here.. which does the job way better than me...

in short, its a perfect v day gift for the woman in your life.. :-)

6 comments:

Himanshu Tandon said...

Somehow your review was better than the movie. Didn't work for me though...

Indian Home Maker said...

Typo!! 'the movie shows', not 'the movies shows'.

Fatso said...

Watcha movie -thats the last thing to do on a a valentine day..

but nicely reviewed... will be watching it soon.... :)

Chiya said...

I agree to Himanshu, your review is better than the movie..
It is was too slow for me.

Onkar said...

Thanks. I will go and watch.

Manish Raj said...

I went to this movie with my wife..and I loved this movie...as I felt the mood..and the speak your mind feelings...

...but some of your comments look out of place...I think men do accept mistakes...and accept loving someone who doesn't 'love back'....but that is correct for women as well...no ?

'What women want' has never been clear...not even to the woman herself...so why the fuss :)

Kareena's message is also well taken...a girl could be or should be selective about who to marry...and not about who to have sex with...well somehow she knows 'What most of men want'...