Anthony Kaun Hai?
Small-time crook, Champa Chaudhary alias 'Champ' forges passports, photographs, and deeds in Thailand. He is arrested by the Police, tried and sentenced to six months in jail, and this is where he meets a supposedly dumb and deaf inmate, Raghuvir Sharma, serving a life sentence of stealing diamonds. Champ finds out that Raghuvir is not deaf nor dumb, and offers him a share if he springs him out of prison, to which Champ agrees. As soon as Champ's term is over, he gets discharged and prepares forged release documents for Raghuvir and in this manner gets him legally out of jail. The two then hideout in a house deep in the country, where Raghuvir is re-united with his daughter, Jia.
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Anthony Kaun Hai? torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: An abomination of a film, and that from me who is by no means fussy, is really saying something. the concept looked really good when it caught my eye, but it's as if Armstrong has deliberately gone out of his way to make sure to prove a good concept can be utterly ruined. unfunny, rotten acting, this is the Pot Noodle of movies making you hate yourself for watching it.
(de) wrote: Atrocious is the perfect title..because this film sucks.
(kr) wrote: Here's what you do... get some alcohol, turn down the lights and every time a crow appears on screen you scream, "KAW!" Then you take a drink. This is the only acceptable method of viewing this horrible piece of filth and actually enjoying it. Good luck.
(us) wrote: Miranda July, a truly original performance artist, puts her creative charm to film. The movie is like a gentler, softer Todd Solodnz film. The story of searching for love, young and old, is often charming and endearing but can turn quickly on it's head to be unmentionably shocking and disturbing. Miranda, however, is always sympathetic to her characters and all their fears. A true original
(ru) wrote: A very well made true to life story about what happened on the Air France airplane hijack incident last December 1994. Thinking it is well detailed with all the drama and gunshots inside that plane when the GIGN swat team rescued the entire crew and passenger inside the plane. Awesome performances reminds me of watching Captain Philipps again. 3.5 out of 5
(jp) wrote: Interesting, but ridiculous. Redgrave is beautiful. Warner is mad. It was a counter culture type film that i did not especially enjoy. Especially the fascination with gorillas. I was glad that they included Karl Marx in it. One thing they seem to not understand, if no one sees their great acts, it's as if they never happened.
(ca) wrote: The middle of film of the iconic trilogy featuring director/actor Jacques Tati playing Monsieur Hulot was not supposed to be this good. Instead, it was great. Here we find this lovable, simple, charming character in his home in what looks like a major French city's suburb (could be Paris or Nice, but who cares?). He is adored by his nephew, who looks up to him as father figure or older brother. He seems much closer to him than does his own parents. As well, Tati must adjust to his relatives advanced, robotic household (pretty good mechanisms for 1958 I must say). Consistently clever sight gags and Tati's wonderful character bring out another terrific movie by this individual. The parents of Hulot's nephew are hysterical as people attempting to live the high society life. Another really interesting aspect of this film is the fact that this movie is of course in French, but subtitles are, oddly enough, not needed. It is pretty much eye candy with no need for dialogue. That makes this film even more superior! I love the dogs, by the way.
(ru) wrote: Sometimes you just need a Western - imagining yourself being Ben Johnson for a couple hours. Simple and good.
(es) wrote: to acting, to the editing, to the dialogue, to the plot this movie is perfect.
(ag) wrote: Funny as the movie is, but there are a few hard moments in the film about poverty. But those moments resolved into somewhat positivity. (C+)(Full review coming soon)
(fr) wrote: John Doe: Vigilante is rife with the sort of problems you typically won't be able to avoid in low budget affairs, but beyond these technical issues, it's hard to fault the film too harshly. John Doe is at the absolute minimum, a thought provoking piece, and arguably a good story is presented as well.