Mr. Rai is a wealthy businessman in Jammu, India, and lives in a palatial house with his wife, Shobha, a wheelchair-bound daughter, Ashu, a grown son, Rakesh, and a school-going son, Raju. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Mr. Rai is a wealthy businessman in Jammu, India, and lives in a palatial house with his wife, Shobha, a wheelchair-bound daughter, Ashu, a grown son, Rakesh, and a school-going son, Raju. ...
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Justin K (es) wrote: I got this movie for $5 at Walmart, and Im sad to say, I think thats all it was worth. The characters were flat and boring. In fact, this was one of the few films I found myself begging for them all just to be killed. Thats another thing. The warden's son to me, didnt act like a kid should. Most kids at that age I would think wouldnt stop to feed a crocodile if they saw one, but would instead head for the hills. And do I even need to get started on the CGI of this film? Lets just say I thought the crocodiles in Resident Evil 5 were scarier than these crocodiles
Tim M (jp) wrote: "Broken City" gets by as a more than serviceable noir-thriller by the commanding presences of Mark Wahlberg and the slick as hell Russell Crowe. It's good, trashy entertainment.
Emily B (br) wrote: If only the Z channel was still around today! Extremely interesting documentary, a must for film buffs everywhere.
Private U (gb) wrote: I haven't seen this movie since the first time I watched it, only because I've never found it again. Typical and predictable, but beautiful and quotable.
John R (it) wrote: 160318: A couple Calypso songs does not a movie make. I remember thinking this film was good. Time has not been kind. Garage sale, donation pile and never coming back.
Cynthia G (es) wrote: I HATE SNAKES! This movie is so grotesque. It gives me the heebie jeebies. Blech!
oneil p (jp) wrote: best love show ever,,,,,,,,,,,,,
David D (au) wrote: I know. It's weird that I haven't seen this Coen brothers movie before now. Once I got past Caspar's terrible makeup in the first scene, I was good to go. Byrne usually bugs me on film, but I really enjoyed his performance in this one. I have loved Marcia Gay Harden for a long time, but I had not seen a film of hers from this early in her career - glad I did! All around, I dug it.