Two unemployed slackers, Bhola and Ajay come across a newspaper advertisement about a missing elderly gentleman, whose estate is worth millions. They come across this male in the Hanging Garden Park in Bombay, and decide to make him their paternal uncle and take him to live with them in a rented apartment, which they cannot afford. This elderly man, Girdharilal takes an unusual interest in Ajay's girlfriend, Deepa. While Bhola and Ajay try to find ways and means of getting rich by turning Girdharilal in, a number of horrific homicides are committed, all against former business associates of Girdharilal, and the clues all point toward the hapless duo.
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Hershal W (jp) wrote: Judging from the Netflix synopsis this won't be the 'feel good' movie of the year.
Alexander L (de) wrote: Don't give a damn about Lennon, but I do about Eccleston
Randy P (de) wrote: Strictly for children only.
Nicki M (kr) wrote: Pleasantly surprised by this. I didn't actually recognize Rupert Grint and, judging by the description on the back of the case, I was expecting the usual out-of-control American teen story. I didn't realize it was British until I put it on and I think this was better for it. I liked all three of the main characters, even though all were obviously troubled in various ways. The young cast did a good job and the characters were well written. A small criticism would be that the ending is a little brief. I would have liked to have known what actually happened to the three of them. However, the reasonably short running time means this doesn't outwear it's welcome and it is well paced and keeps you interested.
Trinsec T (it) wrote: Amusing, but not stellar.
Jose S (it) wrote: What a gore fest love it
Cassy H (us) wrote: wow.. even this goes on big screen, probably running out of script?
Michal (kr) wrote: SEAL jednotka pod taktovkou Willise zachra?uje rukojm z nigerijskho pralesa, v patch maj brutln vojky. Napnav, k zamylen (protoe takov zv?rstva se tam d?j stle), ale celkov? nijak moc nevy?nvajc film.
Mona K (fr) wrote: It's like about harmony of the universe that make all the creatures connected together including human nature, show the toughness and tenderness of this beautiful mother nature, so unique, it doesn't seem dark but it's!
Jacob L (mx) wrote: 5/27/15I grew up with the TV Show but didn't get a chance to watch the movie until now! Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius was the best movie feature that had ever made! This movie fits very well with good animation, nice story, on-point humor, and (of course) fantastic characters! Nowadays, Nickelodeon has a lot of shows that makes themselves a downhill (well.. except SpongeBob that is still good that keeps going on forever). Anyways, I think this is right in the middle of 'Hey Arnold: The Movie', in which this movie is just as perfect as it is. Jimmy Neutron was the best thing that ever happened to Nickelodeon.
Ben P (gb) wrote: I've not seen the anime version of this story, which most people say is better. I really enjoyed this film. It tells the story of a perfect killer, The Crying Freeman. A man gifted with perfect skills to use as an assassin. A woman witnesses him killing three Yakuza members. She is fascinated by him and later when he tracks her down to finnish her off they fall in love. The Yakuza then try to kill the Freeman highly underestimating his killing skills.
Jussi M (ag) wrote: Tissej, paljasta pintaa ja tukkahevi soi taustalla. 80-luvun meiniki parhaimmillaan.
Yuki A (gb) wrote: An interesting documentary from Barbet Schroeder who was known often making films with one of the French Nouvella Vague, Eric Rohmer. Schroeder even "borrowed" Rohmer usual cinematographer Nestor Almendros taking this engaging, sometimes touching, and mostly funny about a famous female Gorilla, Koko who understands around 1000 American Sign Language which usually used by deaf person.Koko was teached by her patron Dr Penny Patterson. She could tickle a lady and asking the lady to tickle her back, asking for more apples, and even requesting dr Penny to wear her the red sweater not the orange ones when they want to take a walk. A genuine look at the everyday lives of the amazing gorilla.
X T (ag) wrote: Yummy! Thatsa alot of beef! This makes me hungry for meat. I need to go grab a nice piece of steak.
David M (br) wrote: A boring movie with a typical basic brunette lead. Nothing captivating enough or even that funny enough to be memorable or worth recommending.
Chris S (ca) wrote: Great animation, okay story. It's a lot more about James Gordon than it is about Bruce Wayne/Batman
Mitchell M (ag) wrote: Its a character study of award winning caliber, one whose realistic characters and tragic message remain firmly intact even four decades later.