FantasticFest is the largest genre film festival in the U.S., specializing in horror, fantasy, sci-fi, and action movies from all around the world. Here's a list of some of our favorite movies at FantasticFest.
Kishan is a young man from Goa whose brain is full of every conceivable trick to make a quick buck. He cons people by slipping into different outfits and by assuming many guises. Julie, is ... See full summary »
It was love at first sight for unemployed Ashish Khanna and Rani Bhalla at a cold drink stall. When Rani introduces Ashish to her businessman dad, Tau, and mom, they unanimously frown upon ... See full summary »
Three friends meet after their marriages who are all disturbed by their wifes decided to take a break and look for the other girl but they put themselves in trouble and accused for the murder of a girl.
A loner ex-cop driven by his need for vengeance, no one, nothing, is able to penetrate his shell. Not even the love of Meghna who hopes in vain that her love will make him forget his pain. ... See full summary »
Devesh (Ajay Devgan) was Raj's father who was a futuristic car designer. He owned an old car, which was passed down to him from his father and he hoped to pass it on to his son, Raj. After ... See full summary »
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Paglu, Amu & Abhi live the lives of each other. They drink, eat & sleep together. Amu is a girl amongst the two guys, though Paglu & Abhi don't treat her like one. Paglu is the one who ... See full summary »
Kothari finds himself in a jam when his hair-growth, water colors for students, and Agarbatti products misfire resulting in lawsuits. He decides to kill himself but is saved by three men: ... See full summary »
A priceless diamond is up for grabs. An amazing heist has taken place. The payment is made. The buyer is waiting. Then things go horribly wrong. Marked notes lead to a trail of cold blooded murder and ruthless double cross. As treachery rears its ugly head. The game turns vicious. First everybody was fighting for the diamond. Now they're fighting for something even more precious - their lives. The rules of the game are clear - the winner will take it all. The loser will lose it. Even his life. Nobody's to blame but everyone will play the price. Written by
Ajay Devgan had major difference's with Anubhav Sinha and walked out of the film after 75% of the film was shot. Seeing that many action sequence's were incomplete and the film needed to release a idea was thought of .Many of the action sequence's that needed to be shot were turned into animation scene's. So the cartoon action scene's substituted for what was not shot. Zayed Khan's character was re written to start the film in the airplane with Ayesha Takia. In the original screenplay, Ayesha Takia's character did not exist. See more »
I was looking forward to this film because it was the same director (Anubhav Sinha) of the relentless thriller Dus and the trailer looked really cool but the film was so disappointing. The whole film was Extremely boring that I had a sore head & I felt like ripping my arm out and constantly bash my head with it. The film was nearly 3 hours and had only 10 minutes of action. I just don't know what is the gender? If its action then there is hardly any. If its thriller then it wasn't even a jot thrilling. If its comedy then it lacks a single decent joke basically it has nothing. While I was watching it I had six breaks, not one, not two but six breaks, which is the most I ever had for any movie.
There was an animated sequence every 5 or 10 minutes which was very, very irritating because you can't have 2 moods for a film. There is a proper way of putting animated sequence in a film e.g. Karam had a very sensible way but the director Anubhav Sinha won't understand that. The only good scene was the song Reham Kare because of the awesome cinematography quite similar to Sin City and the wonderful red dress of the dancer. Music is terrific composed by one of my favourite composers Vishal & Shekhar. The best songs are Cash, Reham Kare & Naughty Naughty but what is the use of it in a really bad film? I was more interested in the film's ending not because the twist or anything would be revealed in the last reel but because it would mean the end of discomfiture of the so-called action thriller. There was a twist but it didn't make me jump off my seat and say WOW! in movies like Naqaab & Dead Silence. Overall after watching good for nothing Cash I nearly died of boredom and my personal advice would be to avoid this film. Save your cash and wait for Don 2 & Dhoom 3 for decent Bollywood action movie.
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