Bengal Brigade

Bengal Brigade

Year 1856, British India. Capt. Jeffrey Claybourne is severely punished after disobeying an order. Feeling unworthy of his fiancée Vivian Morrow, the daughter of his superior officer, Claybourne leaves the army until he could regain his reputation. When the Rajah Karam launches an attack on the British forces in India, Claybourne finds a chance at redemption.

Set during British India 1857, Captain Clayboune (Rock Hudson) is faced with restoring his reputation after being harshly disciplined for disobeying orders. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jamie C (mx) wrote: A good film, Very different though, Strays away from things too easy and allot of the story just goes straight over your head, A nice idea but could of been allot better and used in smarter ways.

Zi C (br) wrote: CJ7 brought out the laughs, action, education, cries, and the UFO of all the CJ7 brothers. This is a must see hit.

Smashproplaya (us) wrote: Actually better than the 1st, but kinda bad.

John D (kr) wrote: Talk about surreal, this movie has a cartoon Rodney Dangerfield dog. Strange.

Will G (ca) wrote: Highly recommended, pretty dramatic stuff.

Tony Z (it) wrote: did not even last 10min with this one. As soon as I saw the intro and a little more, I knew this is gonna be really bad. Gave up at exactly 00:07:57

Mackenie S (de) wrote: Very well performed, except I didn't like the ending.

JT K (nl) wrote: Not so much horror as a thriller with slasher trappings. Lee Grant is a crusading journalist who becomes the obsession of a bug-fuck crazy psychopath/misogynist (a sweaty, dead-eyed Michael Ironside). William Shatner also shows up to collect a paycheck and a trip Canada. There are hints of a deeper backstory, but the film can't seem to focus enough to make it all work. The first 2/3 of the movie are very flat - almost as if it were TV Movie of the Week with more blood - and lurid while still lacking the grime of more traditional Grindhouse fair. Just when most flicks of this ilk lose there way, Visiting Hours gains some traction and actually turns in a couple suspenseful scenes. Alas it's too little, too late and it remains a random, little known exercise in gratuitous junk.