Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Dude Where's the Party|
Actors: Diwakar Pathak, Sunil Malhotra, Indravadan Tridevi, Arun Bakshi, Ulka Amin
Director: Benny Mathews
When you are an indian immigrant like hari patel you have a lot to learn. While the scene may be hip and happening in his new home of houston tx hari might have a hard time breaking in. But by the end of this all-you-can-e... more »
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Good Comedy hampered by poor DVD quality.
The_Opinionated_One@yahoo.com | The United States Of Opinion | 08/01/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Kal penn plays a cool indian kid who has a rich father and a sports car and lives in a mansion.He's cool, popular and smooth with the ladies. But what happens when his immigrant cousin comes from india and stays in his house and goes to his school?
Then the comedy of "Dude, wheres the party" starts.
Negatives-The only thing i didn't like about this DVD has nothing to do with the film it has to do with the quality of the movie.The movie looks very low-budget, and cheaply done and once and a while you will get a crisp picture But for the most part the transfer is horrible.
Positives-Kal penn is hilarious and he plays a good role here as he did in "harold and kumar go to white castle".
In one Scene Kal penn never got along with this one store owner and they always exchange words.But when he visits this girl that he likes house,Her father is the storeowner! and drama ensues.
Conclusion-A pretty good comedy,i really enjoyed it and it's a shame it's only hampered by poor dvd film quality.
4 stars out of 5
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Sonia Mourad | Bloomfield, CT | 10/18/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This movie made me laugh all the way through!! A must see movie in my book, because it has all the comedy for everyone young or old and a love story which every one can related to. The pace of the movie is very energetic; it's not boring at all! Many different characters you can like and related to for my generation. Also you see many of the characters trying to fit in to a new environment. Never a dull moment in this movie!"