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Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd., a review by Tom

Title: Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd.
Year: 2007
Director: Reema Kagti
Writing: Anurag Kashyap (Screenwriter), Reema Kagti (Writer)
Rating: NR
Length: 125 Min.
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85
Audio: Hindi: Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles: Arabic, English

Shabana Azmi as Naheed
Boman Irani as Oscar
Ameesha Patel as Pinky
Karran Khanna as Vicky
Raima Sen as Milly

Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd. is about newly married couples on a package honeymoon to Goa. Exciting and cheerful, this vacation is a subsidized option for a lot of dreamers on the bring of their new life. Six couples, a guide, a driver and a handyman ride in a bus from Bombay to Goa with a mysterious man on a bike following them. The narrative humorously unfolds different stories that explore the nature of love and human relationships.

Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd. is a quirky comedy about love, men, women and superheroes...

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My Thoughts:
A nice movie. Nothing special. It came to my attention when I was looking for movies with Minissha Lamba in it. Here she is part of a newlywed couple who both are secretly superheroes without the other knowing. She is cute again in this role. Also the other stories are nice to watch. I was surprised that the subject matter of homosexuality is adressed here. Two of the men here are closeted gays. I was surprised to see this in a typical Bollywood movie.
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(From Tom's Random Reviews on August 7th, 2010)

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Redneck Zombies, a review by addicted2dvd

Jon... you think those are bad... I now present... for your disapproval...

Redneck Zombies
Backwoods hicks mistake barrels of toxic waste for moonshine and become tobacco-chewin', gut-stompin', cannibal kinfolk from hell!! The goriest laugh-riot ever produced.Redneck Zombies is an unforgettable onslaught of dismemberment and human body parts. Now restored to it's glory in an exclusive director's cut!

My Thoughts:
Ok seeing the above I am sure the first thing coming to your mind is why in the hell would I even attempt to watch such garbage. There is no way in the world there could be anything good about this movie. And if it was any movie of equal quality I would definitely agree with you. But in this particular case it is not about the movie at all. This movie was made just down the street from where I live. And even as God-Awful as this movie is... it holds a special place in my heart. First of all because it is fun seeing all the familiar areas. But then there is the fact that Alice Stanely is in this movie. I know... I hear you all saying WHO?!?!?! She is a local woman that used to cut my hair. This is the only thing she did... and she only did it for fun. But for me... it is a lot of fun seeing the woman that used to cut my hair get decapitated.  Ok... so maybe now you know why I enjoy popping this movie in every few years or so.  :P

Now... for the movie itself... As I said before... this is a God-Awful movie. Acting is absolutely terrible... to the point of laughable. The story is ridiculous.... and the effects (which is probably the best thing about the movie itself) is pretty much idiotic. There is no way I would ever recommend this movie to someone else.

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5

(From Weekend Movie Marathon: 11/28 - 11/30 on November 30th, 2008)

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Tom's Random Star Trek Reviews, a review by Tom

Season 3.21 E²
Writer: Mike Sussman (Writer)
Director: Roxann Dawson
Cast: Scott Bakula (Jonathan Archer), John Billingsley (Dr. Phlox), Jolene Blalock (T'Pol), Dominic Keating (Malcolm Reed), Anthony Montgomery (Travis Mayweather), Linda Park (Hoshi Sato), Connor Trinneer (Charles "Trip" Tucker III), Randy Oglesby (Degra), Tucker Smallwood (Xindi-Humanoid), Rick Worthy (Xindi-Arboreal), Tess Lina (Karyn Archer), David Andrews (Lorian), Tom Schanley (Greer), Steve Truitt (Crewman #1)

A nice episode, although nothing really new. The premise is a mix between Voyager's "Deadlock" and DS9's "Children of Time". A second version of the Enterprise appears, which had been thrown back in time over a hundred years and was now helmed by the descendants of the crew.


(From Tom's Random Star Trek Reviews on October 17th, 2013)