Thanks to modern day technology, people can now have their own copy of their favorite movies to watch over and over again Dramacool. DVD movies are an excellent way to enjoy this luxury of having your very own copy of your favorite movie. Unlike their predecessor the VHS tape which had to be rewound and had a propensity for wearing out and messing up, the movie does not have to be rewound and if taken care of properly will last a lifetime or few.
The best advantage is that you also get a lot better picture quality as opposed to video tapes. This is good news for die hard movie fans who love to watch their favorite movies multiple times. This is also great for people who like to watch a movie at their convenience and don’t want to be bound to watching a movie at a certain time.
In the grand old days, movies – believe it or not! – were shown in movie theaters. It was a big deal to get in the car and drive to a movie theater, buy some popcorn, and be ushered into the dark to find a seat. The floors were sticky with spilled drinks and you didn’t want to reach under the seats for any reason at all.
The movie theater was where you could go for a date and during a two hour show start holding each other’s hand and know that you were now in a relationship. Even longer ago, there were also drive-in movies. Load the kids, who are dressed in their pajamas, in a station wagon. The first feature was always kid-oriented and then when the kids fell asleep in the back seat or way in the back, there was a movie appropriate for grown-ups.
You had to be careful not to drive away with the speaker still stuck in the window. Now we can buy dvds of any movie we want and watch them in the comfort of our own homes. I must admit, it saves gas and it is nice not to have to get in the car and go somewhere for this kind of entertainment. And yet… few things smell as good as movie popcorn with extra butter! The movie has some fierce competition with another new comer’s movie “Love story 2050” top lining Harman Baweja. Who always looked like a Hero material. As compared to him Imran Khan never look to have that oomph factor but he certainly make up with his understanding of every scene and talent.
When the first promo come out of “Love story 2050” which shows Mumbai in 2050 with skyscrapers, flying planes and Harman Baweja posing with his name revolving around him, I was really excited about the movie. I thought, wow here is bollywood’s real Sci-fi movie. But when next promos start coming it wasn’t thrilling enough, they actually failed to lead me to the theatres. It seems Harry Baweja, the Director of the movie and also the father of Harman tried to hard to launch his son as a Hero. He seems to be want to give him great launch so he has to dance well, he has to have great body and everything else. And may be other stuff took back seat. Anyway I never watched the movie so i shouldn’t comment on it any way. But as i seen “Jane Tu…. ” Lead more people to the theatres than “Love Story 2050”, as for all weak-end “Jane Tu… ” was houseful and ” Love Story.. ” was secondary thought for people.
On the contrary to “Love Story… “, first promo was ” Jane Tu… ” wasn’t that good. But excitement build up with the promos after that. Promos tell me that its on youth, Light Hearted romantic movie. With catchy songs by a. R. Rahman. And then the producer was Aamir Khan which is almost equal to quality movie. Which i don’t think is true for any superstar in bollywood. I am big fan of Amitabh Bachchan but he also does movies like RGV’s Shole. Anyways that’s a different story. Aamir Khan was did great to promote this film, he even get along with media which he normally doesn’t do. If this movie has good start it is because of Aamir’s Brand image. But when you are in theatres and movie starts, never it occurs to you that Aamir is associated with this movie, and you don’t feel any need for it.
As for the movie, you always know the story even before going to movie; but you like to watch romantic movies and you like the new treatment every time. Movie is always a director’s medium of expression and Abbas Tyrwalla done amazing job. Being writer certainly help him. The movie has very good screenplay and you enjoy every scene. The casting of the movie also spot on. Everyone did fabulous job. It was flawless performance by everyone except Genelia, I think being experienced in the young cast she could have done better. The movie is in the league of these new era of romantic movies of Imtiaz Ali like “Socha Na Tha” and “Jab We met”.