Deep Sharma lives a very poor lifestyle with his widowed mom, Radha, and a younger brother, Ashok, who he would like to become a Judge. Unable to fend for themselves in the small town, Deep... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Deep Sharma lives a very poor lifestyle with his widowed mom, Radha, and a younger brother, Ashok, who he would like to become a Judge. Unable to fend for themselves in the small town, Deep...
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Orlok W (br) wrote: Munger Road is a killer film--A road with a story!!
Leinad A (br) wrote: What a surprisingly great combination of sci fi, suspense, humor, and a dose of teenage reality. Alien storyline was original to say the least. Loved it!
CW R (mx) wrote: the only terror behind these walls is very bad acting and a very low budget. This was one of the WORST horror movies I've seen. Which is a shame because the plot had lots of potential.
Eric R (fr) wrote: ug, tired of movies being bad and blaming it on the limited budget. stop pandering to the cliches... they do not represent most of us. Check out Boy Culture for a better version of this theme.
Rebecca P (gb) wrote: Loved this movie, wish there was a second part to it. it is really sad that there is only a part 1 and not a part 2.
Private U (de) wrote: Absolutely dreadful. The budget must have been spent on the creature, which actually looked cool. Another example of the monster being the only cool feature of the movie, see Monster Man.
Tracy F (ag) wrote: Not sure why I watch Travolta anymore.
Mauricio T (de) wrote: A postman teaches his son the mountain roads through the villages. Walking with his father, the son finally sees and understands him, by seeing how other people know and treat his father, the postman.
Louise J (us) wrote: I dislike chuck Norris in movies. Yes, there I said it!
Tico P (ru) wrote: Directed by Umberto Lenzi of Cannibal Ferox fame. This is basically A Man called horse on Asian ground. Starring Ivan Rassimov as a photographer forced into the jungle after accidentally killing a man in a bar fight. Here he runs into a tribe that humiliates and imprisons him. He meets the beautiful Me Me Lei( daughter of the chief of course ) and struggles for acceptance and escape. You've seen it all before but not as cheesy as this. Superb cinematography. Throughout the film we see numerous closeups of J&B whiskey. An all too graphic whiskey sponsored love story.
Ted W (kr) wrote: Good movie when I was a kid but now it's just dumb. The acting is good but talking animals, that's what Disney movies are for. I like the book but to turn it into a movie, fox could have done a lot better. I'm only giving a three because of good acting and the actor who plays dr dolittle.
Robert B (jp) wrote: Titus is a very uneven production where the positives outweigh the negatives. The 90s, early 20th century, and Roman era are combined to make for a surreal, fanciful, and often grotesque aesthetic. The acting and directing are at times strong and at others weak. Anthony Hopkins and Harry Lennix both give memorable performances. More recommended to those who enjoy experimental productions than to those who are looking for a classical rendition.