Bhoothnath Returns takes Bhoothnath's story forward. As he returns to 'Bhoot World' he is greeted with taunts and condemnation from other ghosts for bringing disrepute to the ghost-community for getting bullied by a kid on Earth. Post the humiliation, Bhoothnath decides to redeem himself and come back to scare a bunch of kids. Bhoothnath's search for kids brings him to Akhrot, a slum kid who is also the only person who can see him. Together they agree to help each other and their friendship sees them get involved in a cause that is bigger than they had ever imagined. To move ahead they will need to take on one of the country's most powerful and corrupt politician Bhau. Bhoothnath Returns is an entertaining tale of good against evil, weak against powerful, past against future.
The M (gb) wrote: Yeah Steven. You've done another crappy film.
Lee M (ru) wrote: Nothing is allowed to build, so there is no tension or surprise left for the film's climax, resulting in a reductively pulpy rehash of 20th century American drama.
Michael A (au) wrote: While it is nice to see Asia Argento move out from her famous father's shadow this movie is rather boring with no real character development to speak of.and while Michael Madsen and Asia have the best scenes it's not enough to recommend it.
Sean H (nl) wrote: Very Lovecraftian plot and some suspenseful and scary moments. The reviews and ratings are very harsh in my opinion although there are some very poor acting performaces ... incidentally Ben Aflec's being far from the worst.
Ash M (br) wrote: My favorite Tarantino movie!
Marsha C (it) wrote: Another of the textured, dark films portraying America in the 1970s. Worth seeing solely for the depressing portrait of LA's city streets and architecture. And Jack Lemmon's suit.
Private U (ag) wrote: It's a cute movie, and the three sisters are surprisingly fresh--maybe too fresh, because at times they just grate on your nerves. It's really more a vehicle for Deanna Durbin, who's obviously got the spotlight for most the film; she's got an amazing voice and plays a hyperactive tween extremely well. It's just a light and fluffy movie, although you do get to see a young Ray Milland, with his Welsh accent still intact.