One of most entertaining movies i have seen
i loved this movie it was very entertaining definitely recommend it
Light Hearted look at culture, feel good movie
I had heard the hype and up until now I had resisted. I was wrong to hold out for so long, a great movie. Accessible to everyone and with a great story to tell. I loved every minute of it.
Seems to be a typical send up of Indian culture in the UK. Found it funny in parts and overall it was an enjoyable movie.
Girls and soccer, has its moments of laughter, worth a look.
This was a good movie for teens. Good clean fun.
An ejoyable feel-good film
Top movie well worth the effort you won't be disappointed
"Bend it like Beckham" is a total waste of everyone's time! Please don't watch this film! The indian-culture humour is such an easy target, and the ending is quite unpromising, no pay-off at all. The humour is weak, as is the story and performances, with the director resorting to stereotypes to portray the characters. The ONLY reason you may be forgiven for watching this flick, is if you only wanto to see it for Keira Knightly's break-out performance. There's nothing feel-good about this movie at all, it really is a "feel-peed-off" movie,in that you wasted your time.
A delightful story which is probably being played out in many communities with an ethnic mix. Interesting to see how an Indian family copes with the cultural differences of life in Britain.
In a similar vein to 'East is East' (yet in current times), explores the funnier, quirky side of growing up in the UK with foreign customs. Very funny in parts but quite a sad endightment as to the pressures that modern day kids grow up with. Give it a go.
Very Funny especially if you have some knowledge of Indian families
worth seeing again and again