I saw what you tried to do there Mr Joe B. Carvalho, for we all loved and laughed at the Naked Gun series and Top Secret! all those years ago but n...
I saw what you tried to do there Mr Joe B. Carvalho, for we all loved and laughed at the Naked Gun series and Top Secret! all those years ago but no. just no. your movie is not that.
What it is is Skinny Soha in a movie with a skinnier plot and a Arshad Warsi who lost all goodwill he had created for himself after last year's Jolly LLB. A bumbling detective, a Dabbang cop, a lovelorn crimelord and our losing patience with producers who think they can make the next Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro!
Mr Joe B Carvalho could be recommended if your cable operator was playing it some afternoon and you had one large pizza with everything on it too many, it does have the potential to become part of some drinking game; but I will not recommend anyone buying the movie ticket, or the DVD.
Rating: 0 stars
Lo and behold! It’s only the first weekend of 2014 and we already have a contender for the 3 Worst Films of the Year list...
Rating: 0 stars
Lo and behold! It’s only the first weekend of 2014 and we already have a contender for the 3 Worst Films of the Year list. The movie’s idea of humour is: cross-dressers; adult jokes that appear to be written by a 10 year old who learned about sex the day before the script was pitched (it’s been 3 years since the delicious Delhi Belly and the industry is still coming up with such abonimably regressive garbage – shame on you, makers of Joe B Carvalho;) passing taunts on homosexuals and people with dark complexion; and if that weren’t enough, Jaaved Jaffery dressed as a woman shoving his fake boobs into the camera (I kid you not) and songs titled “Mind Blastic” (wat?) and “Chumma Chaati” crop up every 15 minutes that serve the purpose of extend the runtime of this painful piece of abominable trash. Fuck this movie. I want it erased from my memory.
This movie is so bad that it does not deserve a review, but I am writing it just for the re...
This movie is so bad that it does not deserve a review, but I am writing it just for the record.
Films with a bumbling detective getting into comic situations have been made earlier like the Pink Panther series first with Peter Sellers and then with Steve Martin. Also SRK played one such character in Badshah. They worked because of good scripts and guffaw producing one liners.
Here we have Arshad Warsi in the title role getting into a number of grossly unfunny situations mouthing one liners far from amusing.The film is a massive collection of PJs, each worse than the other. The comic scenes fall in 4 categories-- bad, worse, worst and obnoxious.
Probably never before have so many bit players tried so desperately to raise laughs. Not their fault actually since the script/ dialogue sucks. On second thought, definitely their fault for signing up after reading this shoddy written work.
Sample the characters. The blind mom bumping into furniture in her own house, the cross dressing Jaaved in various hideous costumes, Moron of a Police Commissioner wearing medals with daughter doing homework in his office,and a number of others who behave like lunatics. Some scenes are offensive indeed.
With such a senseless script the effort of the director,and actors Arshad Warsi , Jaaved Jaffrey and Soha Ali Khan falls flat and the result is of a very poor standard. I am sure they are all going to regret taking up this movie.
The scenes at the end showing the making of this movie show the hard work put in by the crew but you need " hosh "( read script ) along with Josh.