In order to extract a huge sum of money from underworld don, Dharamdas, Mama Rampuri and his nephew, Bhola and others kidnap Dharamdas' child, not knowing that Dharamdas' love for money is far greater than his love for his child, and that Dharamdas himself is quite capable of kidnappings and murder himself.
- Stars:Ashok Kumar, Rehana Sultan, Deven Verma, Pinchoo Kapoor, Ashoo, Keshto Mukherjee, Subroto Mahapatra, Paul Sharma, Sunder, Leela Mishra, Helen, Nikhilesh, Sajan, Kailash Sharma, Samina,
- Director:Deven Verma,
- Writer:Akhtar-Ul-Iman (dialogue)
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(es) wrote: Bill Murray's FDR has a fun charm that helped draw me to the movie. But, the film skims over his relationships with Laura Linney's character, Daisy, and his wife Eleanor, as well as Daisy's relationship with FDR's secretary. The "breaking bread," so to speak - hot dog bun, to be more precise - moment with the British king doesn't have the climactic feel it should, considering the importance the film places on the picnic in shaping events leading into WWII. Overall, the movie's okay; not bad, but not good enough to keep me from playing on my laptop.
(jp) wrote: It felt like a movie that was finished in it's first draft in some places. It really does feel like an incomplete project. There was a few scenes however that I really enjoyed, which almost made me like the film. However, I am split on this slightly dark dramedy. It does have a lot of potential to be better than this though.
(fr) wrote: (First and only viewing - 12/25/2010 in theaters)
(nl) wrote: good......opens your mind and gives a different insight.
(kr) wrote: she steals a car to steal it back only to find out shes been framed for murder of her best friend. worth the watch you would not guess thatr from the cover.
(es) wrote: Although it's been so long since I watched it, i do remember walking out, which I rarely do.
(nl) wrote: I always thought this was a charming film with an experienced and reliable cast. When watching Byron observe those around him and especially his Elvis companion, we understand his place as an outsider and are voluntarily go along for this slow ride. Pretty average drama.
(jp) wrote: BIG TIME... THANK YOU TONY
(mx) wrote: One of the best crafted movies in 80's. It's so emotional and griping that it resonates in my mind even now.
(ca) wrote: Didn't really get into it too much. There was some twists and turns but nothing to save it from the stupid and confusing plot.
(ru) wrote: One of Rossellini's history films, where he seems more interested in communicating ideas rather than narrative. This certainly creates a unique context and forces engagement through the intellectual more than the experiential. The camera moves beautifully here, often highlighting certain objects or even tensions between people based on its placement and movement. Rossellini also makes only limited use of the close-up, making those few shots more evocative in the overall scheme of the film.
(kr) wrote: not as good as i thought but well worth staying up for. walken looks like he just came of the set of dead zone, with those huge eyes and scary features of his..
(fr) wrote: A Classic Trash B-Movie.... But always charming and funny!