A brilliant crossword-puzzle designer travels across the country in hopes of convincing a CNN cameraman that the pair is meant to be together,
only to find her quest taking an unexpected turn in this romantic comedy starring Thomas Haden Church and Sandra Bullock. Despite the fact
that she has only gone on one short date with the man, a love-struck puzzle creator becomes enamored with a successful cameraman and
follows him to a series of media events in hopes that the feeling is mutual. While she is saddened to discover that it is not, she soon becomes
involved with a group of misfits who selflessly accept her at face value. First-time feature filmmaker Phil Traill directs a screenplay penned by
License to Wed scribe Kim Barker.
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"All About Steve"  (September 2009)
Sandra Bullock, Thomas Haden Church
Genre: Comedy
(September 2009)
Cast: Nisreen Faour, Melkar Muallem, Hiam Abbass, Alia Shawkat
This story follows a Middle-Eastern woman as
she struggles living in an military-occupied West
Bank. When she receives notice that she has
been chosen in a lottery for a U.S. Green Card,
she has to make the decision whether or not to
uproot herself and her son for greener pastures.
After making the decision to go, leaving her
mother and brother behind, she realizes that life
in Amreeka (America) is not all that she had
dreamed it would be. Facing prejudice
everywhere she turns, she makes other hard
choices in trying to support her family...the son
she brought to America with her and the
relatives that she is staying with in the Midwest
who are facing prejudice and struggling to make
ends meet. In the end, this film reminds the
viewer of the importance of family and the
sacrifices we make for those we love.

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Dil Bole Hadippa (Sepember 2009)
Cast: Rani Mukherjee, Shahid Kapur, Anupam Kher, Sherlyn Chopra, Dalip Tahil,
Director: Anurag Singh     Producer: Aditya Chopra
DIL BOLE HADIPPA is a story about Veera (
Rani Mukherjee) who dreams of playing cricket
in the big league.

Rohan (Shahid Kapoor) is an accomplished
captain of a county cricket team in England.
Rohan returns to India to captain his fathers
cricket team which has been losing
consecutively for the last 8 years.

In a village where girls dont play cricket, Veera
has to put on a turban and beard and become
a man to fulfill her dreams. Thus, Veera Kaur
becomes Veer Pratap Singh.

And then begins a funfilled journey of Veera,
Rohan and Veer, filled with music, romance and
comedy through Punjab and beyond.

Movie-goers have high hopes fo this much
awaited movie, since it is a Yash-Raj Production.
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Jaggu (Sanjay Dutt), a blacketeer and part-time crook, falls deeply in love with singer and star Roshni (Sridevi); so deeply that he follows her to
every concert to garland her with banknotes. He regards her as his future wife, but she clearly tells him that a mawali like him will never have a
chance with her. So Jaggu, who is wanted by the police because of several offenses, leaves the country and goes to Hongkong. He wants to
make his fortune there, to gain Roshni’s respect.
It is a point in favour of Sanjay’s acting skill, and maybe even more for his charisma, that he has the viewer on his side from the first moment,
although he plays the character of a real stalker. A weaker actor would probably have lost ground to Sridevi as victim of the stalker, who could
be pitied because this annoying guy follows her everywhere. But here Sanjay is the one to be pitied, since Sridevi does not return his

At first, Rahul Roy was given the role as hero in this film, while Sanjay was considered for just a guest appearance. While shooting, Yash Johar
und Mahesh Bhatt soon realized how lovable a character Sanjay played in his cameo, and so the script was changed ( what's new ) .
Rahul Roy, understandably, was rather displeased and insisted on being announced as "friendly appearance" in the credits.
Sanjay became the hero at Sridevi’s side, while Rahul got demoted to supporting actor and got a negative role.  
I bet Sanjay Dutt had no guilty conscience about this episode..  
Genre: Drama
Director: Mahesh Bhatt
Starring: Cast: Sunjay Dutt, Sridevi, Rahul Roy, Anupam Kher
Sanjay – delicious in his casual outfit with
coat and hat – is the thoroughly likeable
guy, because of the strength he shows
fighting for his beloved, standing by her
even in (for him, too) most difficult
After Roshni’s mother dies of cancer, she, too, travels to Hongkong to search for her father whom she has never seen. She does not know that
her boyfriend Rahul Malhotra (Rahul Roy) uses her baggage to smuggle cocaine to Hongkong. Promptly she gets arrested at the airport, is
thrown into jail and faces a death sentence. Thanks to a newspaper article Jaggu learns of her plight, visits her in jail and gets a lawyer for her
– none other than her father Prakash Chadha (Anupam Kher), who had to flee India many years ago after he was falsely accused of treason;
this was why he left his newly wedded wife Sharda (Reema Lagoo) and unborn child. Fearing to fail in helping his daughter, Prakash does not
reveal his identity to Roshni but nevertheless tries everything to save her from the death sentence – and when everything else fails, Jaggu lets
himself be arrested to find Roshni in jail and help her to flee... Gumrah is a wonderful film. It contains the whole 'masala' range of emotions from
excitement and humour, to love and romance, and all the way to nailbiting suspense and drama.
Sridevi is not only enchanting but intense and expressive, particularly in the jail scenes. I was actually afraid for her when she gets arrested,
especially knowing how the police are in Southeast Asia.