Rukmini (Rekha) is well into her 40s and still unmarried. She lives with her orphaned niece, Padmini (Mallika Sherawat), and together they device a scheme to entrap wealthy men, like Monty (Paresh Rawal), relieve them of their money, abandon them, and move on to better targets. They do succeed for quite a while, assuming various disguises, and names, amassing a fortune, until Padmini falls in love with one of her targets, a young man named Raghu (Karan Khanna), and decides to call it quits. An unstable Rukmini, who owes money to Monty, decides she cannot go it alone and concocts a scheme that will force Padmini to give up on Raghu and re-join forces with her to go on philandering unsuspecting wealthy men.
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Aidan B (de) wrote: Unbelievable film. You can tell the prequel did well, as this has a significant increase in budget. The story is capturing and The violence is almost art. In saying that I still watched peering in between my fingers.
Phillip S (kr) wrote: WHY IS NO ONE ELSE ACKNOWLEDGING THE FACT THAT THIS IS JUST STEPHEN KING'S "CELL"??????!!!!!!!!!!! JUST LIKE "HIGH TENSION" IS DEAN KOONTZ'S "INTENSITY"!!!! ITS INSANE! NO "INSPIRED BY" or "BASED ON".
Noah H (it) wrote: This looks pretty goofy. I mean, how many movies have there been with a talking dog? All the same, I wanna see it.
Hunter S (ca) wrote: Who gives a crap about this crappy movie?
Matt R (us) wrote: Cliched and poorly written, but there is some entertainment value in its absurdity.
Kyle B (fr) wrote: Well directed, if somewhat pretentious, spaghetti western. If you're looking for a film that tries to combine Sam Peckinpah and Ingmar Bergman then this is for you. Decent performances, excellent cinematography and editing and a spectacularly bad song score.
Davis M (ru) wrote: Really shitty movie but it's very funny and super entertaining. Sometimes you need to get a little low brow and see some boobs, puns, and explosions.
Weul S (nl) wrote: Apparently medieval russia was a cruel place. The only thing worse would be having to watch this film again.
Moriah F (au) wrote: One of my guilty pleasures are cheerleader movies. Sooo....A HORRORCheerleader moviewith HOT girls who are LESBIANS!! <3 <3that do fucking WITCHCRAFT!!!(though they call it "Wicca" Ha...so wrong...stupid people, HUGE difference between WITCHCRAFT and WICCA, and what they do is technically fictional witchcraft, still though, WITCH-FUCKING-CRAFT)Oh yes, and an ending I did NOT expect.I fucking love this movie [xD]
Jennifer F (ca) wrote: This movie makes me laugh so hard. It's everything that could go wrong when dating again.
Paul B (ag) wrote: Paper Moon is a charming con flick with a great script displaying excellent chemistry between its two leads, Ryan O'Neale and his very own daughter Tatum O'Neale. Their escapades and their banter carry this somewhat directionless picture through with light hearted antics and laughs.
David S (ca) wrote: I actually liked it a bit. It's not a good movie in the slightest when we're talking Oscars, but it more like a Boondock Saints where I know it's a poorly executed film but I liked it anyways for the action and what not. Smokin Aces is just a fun film.
Joseph W (it) wrote: Beautifully done animation! Great storytelling! & genius music!
bill s (ag) wrote: Good popcorn viewer.nothing more but that's enough.
Robert K (fr) wrote: This movie is only watchable because of Ving Rhaemes and Wesley Snipes. I give it one star for each of them. Else, it's frustrating to sit and watch. It's a clichd poorly written and directed movie.