A family drama with a special focus on two generations of the Chopra family. Dinanath Chopra lives in a small tenement with his wife, and two sons Baldev, and Chandramohan. Dinanath re-finances his house in order to get Baldev to study further and be a doctor, and also gets him married with Rekha who comes from a very wealthy family. Chandramohan studies in college, and has a sweetheart in the form of the gorgeous Asha. Asha lives with her mom, and dad, a sort of quack. Differences in the Baldev emerge and multiply. Baldev and Rekha move to their palatial house. The birth of a baby boy to Rekha does lighten things up a bit, but not for long. Dinanath loses his eyesight in an accident and becomes blind.
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Carmen C (us) wrote: i would love it if it be shortened to 90 mins.
Joseph B (ca) wrote: Powerful. It's like watching an Asperger's convention before the fight breaks out, and right after they were kicked out of a comic-con and on to the street. But seriously, the repressed abandonment issues and borderline personality disorders are the best cameo of all.
Vlad A (mx) wrote: Over the top, predictable and sometimes feeling like a reheated meal (Black Cat, Zivot je Cudo), this movie works better as a music video for his son's 'gipsy fanfare' band (that I really like). There is constant motion throughout the movie, it's a visual rollercoaster. The physical jokes are there, but some of the gags seem forced. Contains male castration, bestiality and a remake of the World Trade Center. See it for the great music combined with the trademark Kusturica romantic Balkan imagery.
Kimberley A (ca) wrote: This is my favorite movie. It's visually breathtaking. I adore Takeshi Kaneshiro. Zhang Ziyi is also a favorite of mine. The acting, score, and cinematography are top notch. This is a must see.
Eric N (us) wrote: I've seen 27 of Jet Li's 31 films and this is possibly the biggest failure, since this was one of the most costly and it's trash.
Joseph M (ag) wrote: A good film, didn't impress me though. Reminded me a lot of Slumdog Millionaire, most of the story is retold while the lead is being interrogated by an official. Naturally there's more to the movie, but that is what I found to be the problem. There is a difference between a film not being categorizable by the nature of what it is and a film not being able to settle on the message it wants to convey. Many themes are maintained throughout the movie, but none of them really end up being addressed. Worth a rent.
Noname (ru) wrote: Funny characters in this one and along side with snatch these are 2 great movies. :)
Private U (gb) wrote: This is the worst movie in the entire world. Showdown in a supposed post apocalytic WAREHOUSE. Filmed entirely inside it, with less than 5 actors, getting shot over and over again by a mechanical acting performance by Dolph Lundgren. Dolph only mutters single words, indicating severe retardism, or simply a FUCKING AWFULL manuscript. (IF such exists) AS a comedy it's a straight flush! 5 stars.
David S (es) wrote: Loved this - truly great example of 90's action - One reason to cast Sam L Jackson in basically everything!
Dalton N (br) wrote: This film steams with pure energy, it is emotional from start to finish, which is a contrast to our hardened characters who are slowly softened by the love that they find so rarely. At it's heart, this film is surely one of the roots of the 1940's Noir genre.
Cassandra J (fr) wrote: That's an hour and a half I'll never get back
Jason S (de) wrote: didn't really care about a movie on frogs
Simon D (es) wrote: At the start of the film you can tell that it's going to be bad, it's a medievil sci-fi for gods sake. It has some early career appearances from some big names, which is amusing. This is a cult film because of the group of movie fans who believe that some films are so bad, they're good.
Queen P (br) wrote: How do u watch this movies
Wes M (nl) wrote: "We, are dead. We are dead." "Shit, I was such a terrific guy!" haha. Ok, you will love this movie if you promise to do just one thing: throw logic, reason, and common sense out the window. You can have them back when the credits roll. The movie is extremely exciting and entertaining. As a fellow critic said, "it is THE popcorn movie of the 1970s." Another film that melts the genres together, sci-fi, conspiracy, action, comedy, suspense, and it's all thriller once it gets goin. The cast features the quintessential actors of the 70s (Elliott Gould, James Brolin, Hal Holbrook, David Doyle, O.J. SIMPSON (yes, he actually can act when he's not busy killing his wife)). Some of the best dialogue in a non-dialogue-driven movie. For example, they get Elliott Gould, the whitest man of the 70s, to say "You mothers!" And theres also some long monologues and great jokes. Some neat camera work throughout, and the chase scenes easily rival those of any decent action movie. Ok. Now, don't let this detract from those fine qualities, but...if you're looking for plausible events and actions, you will be gravely disappointed. I mean, I could prolly write a separate review that points out everything that's illogical, and it would take days to write. That's the risk you run with most conspiracy movies. Practically nothing in here can happen in real life, but that's part of the point, this is a fictional movie, and the goal was to put you on the "edge of your seat" and let you have a good time. Well, it worked on me :]