Unemployed and branded a trouble-maker, Jaikishan lives a poor lifestyle in a slum-area called Asha Colony, very near Andher's Lokhandwala Complex along with his sister, Seema; mom and dad. He comes to the rescue of a homeless orphan, Mili, who suffers from a deep inferiority complex, and permits her to live with his family. Brutally outspoken, he believes that India should be awarded unlimited gold medals for corruption at all levels, fully aware that these beliefs portray him as a 'revolutionary', and prevent him from securing any gainful employment. His life will be turned upside down when he refuses to go along with the plans of the Khan family - consisting of builder, Majid; his goon brother, Farid, and their seemingly benevolent father, Jahangir. His family will also be traumatized after the Police arrest him for the alleged broad-daylight murder of Farid.
Aman A (de) wrote: While the movie was powerful and enlightening, it didn't have a wow factor. The movie seemed a fictional documentary rather truthful movie though. Acting was good and the struggle to do the right thing was shown subtly as well as in your face to nightlight the point. The conflict was decently well brought out but the imagination was lacking.
Luckee C (it) wrote: Gunday is an entertaining, exciting & action-packed crime thriller which has romance, comedy, drama, tragedy & action! It's a definate winner, and if you like any of the genres above, you should enjoy this one probably! Good performances, unexpected twists & a really suspenseful interval keeps you entertained throughout the whole movie! Rating: 4/5
Eric G (it) wrote: Jadoo means magic in Hindi. There is not a lot of it in this light british indian comedy about food. Nevertheless the cooking part looks delightful and I wished I could taste all the dishes. Noticeable: the first time is see a mixed race couple in an indian film (Asian woman and British man getting married) and the subsequent delicate dealings with Asian parents. The lovely Amara Karan gives a good performance.
Facebook U (ag) wrote: The movie info say they unravel the secret. Right, but not much is revealed. The whole exercise is more about the intrigue. What is it? Maggie coming from the future is not futuristic. She comes out as the very plain Jane, maybe even confused future girl. The only evidence she might come from the future comes at the very end and other explanations are possible. The question is, what does it take to fall into the cult trap? What boundaries do people cross to please the cult? How far can the cult dynamic make you go? All very relevant questions that the film tease you with. The characters all come out real, realistic. I've seen a lot of westerns and world war movies that satisfy more these questions. It's a little tease of a film with charming women that are nice to listen to and look at. There are a few in town but are not in films.
Des S (nl) wrote: This movie didn't turn out to be as exciting as I had hoped, but I really enjoyed how the twist caught me off guard. It was a good ending to an interesting movie.
Peter J (gb) wrote: Pretty predictable... dark comedy without the comedy.
Katie V (kr) wrote: The casting is amazing.
Augustine P (kr) wrote: An unusual story, set in Mongolia. I enjoyed it's sensibility & subtle charm.
Brandon C (mx) wrote: Excellent film. Brooks' best without a doubt, with great performances all around, but especially by the other Brooks (Albert) as a neurotic, principled reporter more interested in getting the story right than looking good doing it. William Hurt nails the lovable doofus and Holly Hunter absolutely radiates as the neurotically talented and egocentric producer.
Jason S (mx) wrote: I bet this was cool for it's time but today it's pretty silly and dumb
Daniel L (br) wrote: For some of us who didn't live the horrific murder of Harvey Milk, this documentary explains it all. In my book, this is the best documentary ever made.
Nathan C (fr) wrote: Elektra is Marvel's worst! I'm not sure if it's even a comic book, What i heard is it is only a movie and not a book. Jennifer Garner's dress in the body of Elektra is ugly to even look at, the Acting was Awful and this just makes Ghost Rider look good. 1% Rotten.
Konrad A (br) wrote: Bruce Lee is quite the fighter I know I would not want to mess with him he is a very good at Marshall arts. This movie is good but violence I do not recommend this to kids