Sunil Verma works as an Assistant with Professor Jagmohan Sinha, a Scientist. After Jagmohan conducts a successful experiment, which will benefit India, there is an accident and Sunil loses his vision. Jagmohan, his daughter, Varsha, and her finance, Dr. Anand Bhatnagar, undertake to look after Sunil and make a number of efforts to restore his sight - all in vain. Then Jagmohan gets abducted, and his kidnappers want the formula so that they could sell it to other countries for a profit. The Police Commissioner assigns this matter Inspectors Ajit and Shekhar, who meet with Sunil, Varsha and Anand. Then three homicides take place, that of Khatri, his wife, and Deepa, Anand's Secretary. Both Ajit and Shekhar suspect Anand, and accordingly confront him, but he denies any involvement in these killings. The question remains: Who killed these three, and will Jagmohan be ever found alive.
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Dorothy H (gb) wrote: great film really enjoyed. thought the storyline and plot was great and moved at a good pace. :)
Emily J (ru) wrote: noooooooooot gooooood
Steve S (ca) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
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Benjamin W (es) wrote: An interesting look at the age of arcades and the video game champions that resided therein. And yet, there's really not much of a happy ending, despite a few of these champions finding life after video games.
Gordon R (fr) wrote: Jaime Foxx stars in this stereotypical comedy where the black guy becomes a robbery suspect in a hick town. Amos n Andrew it isn't.
Clark P (br) wrote: Riding high on the success of his role as Duckie in the box office hit 'Pretty In Pink', Jon Cryer took the starring role in 'Hiding Out', a movie that effectively combines elements from a number of genres - teen drama, comedy and crime thriller. Cryer acts up a storm as stock broker Andrew Morenski, posing as high school student Maxwell Hauser to evade the hitmen of a mob boss he has the power to expose. Overlooked upon it's release in 1987, 'Hiding Out' is actually better than you might expect. It is a clever observation of teen life that boasts characters with depth and a high quota laugh content. Special mention must be made to Annabeth Gish and Keith Coogan who both deliver solid acting support, Gish as Cryer's beautiful love interest and Coogan as his dorky cousin.
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