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(1460) 5.5 128 min 2017

Poster Boys is a movie starring Sunny Deol, Bobby Deol, and Shreyas Talpade. Life of three men comes in trouble when their photos appear on advertisement for sterilization.

Shreyas Talpade, Sunny Deol, Bobby Deol, Randheer Rai
Shreyas Talpade

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Comedy
Director Shreyas Talpade
Writer Bunty Rathore, Anant Ahluwalia
Stars Shreyas Talpade, Sunny Deol, Bobby Deol, Randheer Rai
Country India
Runtime 2H 8M
Description Life of three men comes in trouble when their photos appear on advertisement for sterilization.

Top reviews

Saturday, 18 Jul 2020 22:35

Poster Boys was obviously the inspiration for its follow-up Bully (2015) but also, it was a great movie on its own. Yes, there were other kids who starred in the movie and it wasn't really the most serious movie. However, this film did do something that other teen-comedy movies can't seem to do. It made me laugh and now that I have seen the sequel I will be sure to see it. The screenplay in Bully was also a great credit to the original screenplay but now, this movie really is quite unique in that it had the same kind of writer-director team. It was a great idea to have a sequel and the perfect continuation to the first. The story is very simple yet a lot of people can relate with it. At times it is a little violent but that's part of the message that is driving the movie. You don't need to see it to understand it, it is just a simple story that will have you laughing. The cast was really good, because it was really hard to take a look at the movie and see all of the actors, but it was still very enjoyable to watch them and know what they are doing. In fact, one of the actors that I really enjoyed was Matt Walsh who played Sam's roommate, Andy. Walsh is really funny and I would love to see him in more movies. I also really enjoyed Nick Jonas as his friend, Thao who played the son of the lead character, Jay. Even though he was not really doing much in the movie, he had great fun playing his role. At first I was like, "Why is he in this movie?" but once he started doing more serious things, I was like, "Oh yeah, I'm going to see this guy!". The character Thao is very interesting because he is very similar to Andy and we see a lot of the same things that they do in the movie but he is much more playful and funny. This movie also had some memorable moments. The scene where Nick Jonas got a chocolate bar from the kid that was eating his ice cream was really hilarious. But the scene where they went out to the red light district was also very funny. If you liked Bully, you should really check out Bully 2 (2015).
Tuesday, 02 Jun 2020 03:44

Now, to be fair, a film isn't supposed to be "The most Famous Film of All Time." The only thing a film is supposed to be is a snapshot of an era, a snapshot that might well be different from today's perspective, but hopefully it will be better than anything else. This is the case with "The Polar Express," and it's a great film, so if you have any need to compare, this is your film. I for one can't imagine a better way to describe "The Polar Express." It's a love letter to 50's film, and it's nothing more or less than that. The plot is simple, but very easy to follow. An employee of the local railway company, passes the train without telling anyone about it, but his imagination fills in the blanks, so much that the next day the company asks him to attend an inspection. He learns that the train is in the middle of the desert, and that the local railway company will not take responsibility for it. They want their cut of the ticket sales, so they won't move it until the railway company pays them a visit. He reluctantly agrees to help the company with his imaginings. There's a sense of mystery and adventure that permeates the film, which is great. For once, the story doesn't have a clear motivation. There's not much action, but the audience is right there with the characters. It's also very funny, and some of the effects are even more impressive than the ones in "Titanic," probably because the people involved in creating the film aren't going for realism. "The Polar Express" is a great film, and I think it would probably make a great soundtrack.

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