An "untouchable" girl and a Brahmin boy fall in love, but the strict caste system and the gossip of the villagers threaten to keep them apart.
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Josh L (kr) wrote: Rushed "plot", unnecessary character cameos and no real sense of true DBZ grit, loss or struggle. Quick buck flick to keep selling the brand....dishonorable to true DBZ fans.
Kevin P (it) wrote: Een op vlagen hilarische komedie die geen blad voor de mond heeft, en dankzij het spel van de acteurs er beter uitkomt dan je zou denken. Niks bijzonders verder, maar gewoon een grappig tussendoortje !
Damir A (mx) wrote: If the French made a live action Family Guy episode about an out of work textile worker and an inept hitman then this would be it. Some very funny moments along with some decided misses.
Leslie A (jp) wrote: Quite comical. Imelda Staunton is once again brilliant.
Andrea V (it) wrote: Perhaps I am thick, can anyone explain the final? Pointless to say the least...of a poor movie overall.
Don S (au) wrote: Much better than I had anticipated! But then, Luc Besson delivers pretty consistently! And who can go wrong with a movie starring Hayek and Cruz? I know Steve Zahn didn't, a.k.a. luckiest guy in the world!!! And what a great "final" shoot out scene on the train! Crazy!!!
Charles P (us) wrote: The picture has a gothic atmosphere and one or two decent scenes, but ultimately Mary Reilly is an exercise in lifeless tedium.
Russ B (kr) wrote: 4/14/2017 (2): A decent movie. There should have been more action for JCVD flick though.
Roger M (jp) wrote: This remake of Sparticus was very cleverly done, however thye lead role should have went to the young David Hesselhoff.
Miguel R (gb) wrote: Smart, funny, and intriguing, Men in Black is an entertaining popcorn flick thanks to its inventive story and delightful visuals
Yahoo T (kr) wrote: A classic silent masterpiece that should be seen sooo much more...
Jenn M (mx) wrote: omg, absolutely terrible.
Zulhilmi G (de) wrote: Judge it based on whichever standard you will, local or international, it still falls short. Not worth the Ringgit, if you ask me.