Chaar Sahibzaade is the first photo realistic' 3D animation film in S-3D on Sikh history. It is the real story of the sacrifices of the four sons of Guru Gobind Singh ji (tenth guru of Sikhs)- Baba Ajit Singh ji, Baba Jujhar Singh ji, Baba Zorawar Singh ji and Baba Fateh Singh ji.
- Director:Harry Baweja,
- Writer:Harry Baweja (screenplay)
Chaar Sahibzaade is the first photo realistic' 3D animation film in S-3D on Sikh history. It is the real story of the sacrifices of the four sons of Guru Gobind Singh ji (tenth guru of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Chaar Sahibzaade torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: The dialogue is so poor in this movie, it's so terrible to watch! Action yes it's still there but could be better. Overall not a very good Donnie Yen movie.
(nl) wrote: This movie is insane and I loved it. This is not a porno even though the title makes it sound like one. It does have it share or sexual activity but its mostly killing and dope dealing. Check this one out immediately. It is on NETFLIX for Streaming
(us) wrote: Loved the beginning with Aashish Chaudhary. Rest of it was meh.
(kr) wrote: Bordered on lightweight but I liked it just the same.
(ca) wrote: Beautiful , and heartbreaking. Indian film about the plight and status of widows.
(br) wrote: If the Qatsi trilogy had a sense of humor amid all its irony, it would be Sans Soleil. The cinematography isn't even close to Ron Fricke's work, but it isn't meant to be. This is an artist looking at the world, not expressing it.
(ag) wrote: This is a (violent) tale of revenge against the excesses of men. Some parts could have easily fitted into a TARANTINO or RODRIGUEZ movie.
(nl) wrote: "The Island at the Top of the World" is an old-school Disney adventure flick that is mildly enjoyable, but still feels a bit lackluster. Though the acting, sets, effects, and such are great for a film of its age, there wasn't as much action as I would have liked, and having Norse dialogue without subtitles was rather annoying. Classic film fans will likely enjoy it, but others should go watch "National Treasure" or a "Narnia" film.
(es) wrote: I remember the first time i saw this, about 7 years ago, i could not stop laughing. It's a great sketch film, hilarious.
(au) wrote: I was born too late to actually experience any of the Evel Knievel phenomena while it was happening. But I did inherit some of the related toys and a whole bunch of comic books about him. Later on as an adult I even ended up owning the Evel Knievel arcade game (Stunt Cycle). But I never actually knew much anything about Evel himself.I got my copy of this film on DVD. It was inside the mega compilation entitled 50 Movie All Star Collection. Basically it is a box of double sided DVDs with two films on each side, each of the movies star at least one person who was A-list at one time. I picked the Evel Knievel as the first movie I watched out of the collection (it also nicely shares a disc side with another stuntman movie called "Stunts").Body count: 1. An aging rodeo star dies when he falls off a bull. Evel himself also falls off his motorcycle close to ten times, but he never actually dies. He does apparently break countless bones, and yet is still able to get back on his motorcycle and ride without any casts on any of them.Plot Outline: This movie only has the thinnest bit of plot. It largely consists of Evel trying to jump nineteen cars, and having flashbacks of completely implausible events. This movie is what would happen if you let a 13 year old boy outline the plot of Evel's life with no knowledge of him other than his motorcycle jumping, and then you let William Shatner write it.The first completely improbable event in movie occurs when Evel is just a boy. He is sitting there playing with his yoyo in his home town of Butte, Montana when a car drives up and starts honking, the car then falls through the ground and basically into the center of the earth. This was part of a bit about how Butte is full of holes. I'll skip the joke about the giant Butte Hole, as I feel the audience here is far too sophisticated for that sort of humor.The next completely improbable thing to happen is where Evel walks into a bar, gets everyone to come outside, and proceeds to rob the safe in a sporting goods store using a clever plot that redirects the police elsewhere and makes him look like a hero. What he does is breaks in the store through an upstairs window, comes downstairs and unlocks the door, setting off the alarm. Then when the police comes everyone acts like they are waiting for the perp to come out. Evel volunteers to help the police officer, he borrows a gun and they go inside through separate entrances. Evel uses his gun to shoot open the safe, and the townspeople make the officer think that the perp ran out the front door. Evel then distributes twenty dollar bills amongst the masses.Later a younger looking Evel meets his future wife. She is in high school and he is most certainly not. I cannot find a birthdate for Linda Bork anywhere, so I am not sure how wide the age gap actually was. He appears to have transformed from smooth criminal into motorcycle thug. He takes her for a ride, tries and fails to outrun the police. In jail he picks up his nickname. He later goes to her college during her first semester (once she goes away for college) and kidnaps her from the dorm. They are then married.Later still Evel decides to rob the City Hall for the tax money using dynamite as a weapon. For a completely unexplained reason he cuts the town banker in for fifty percent. These criminal bits never seem to be fully explained, they don't mesh at all with the rest of the movie, and don't seem to be mentioned in any other biographies about him. Everything he actually was doing for money in the early days was completely ignored.Eventually Evel successfully makes his nineteen car jump (I could do twenty-seven busses on his video game) and the movie ends with a bit about him wanting to jump the Grand Canyon.Fun Quotes!The Evel they presented in this movie absolutely loved to give long flowing speeches that were poorly written. He gave Shatner-esque speeches all the time, and had a real dislike for the film Easy Rider. * "A Roman general in the time of Caesar had a motto - "If it is possible, it is done. If it is impossible... it will be done." And that, ladies and gentlemen, is what I live by. " - Evel Knievel * "Ladies and gentlemen, you have no idea how good it makes me feel to be here today. It is truly an honor to risk my life for you. An honor. Before I jump this motorcycle over these 19 cars - and I want you to know there's not a Volkswagen or a Datsun in the row - before I sail cleanly over that last truck, I want to tell you that last night a kid came up to me and he said, "Mr. Knievel, are you crazy? That jump you're going to make is impossible, but I already have my tickets because I want to see you splatter." That's right, that's what he said. And I told that boy last night that nothing is impossible. " - Evel Knievel * I don't like a lot of these weirdos you see on motorcycles these days. They give biking a bad name. I don't need to get high, I am high all the time. - Evel Knievel
(ag) wrote: It was interesting. Very sad to see a hero in his heyday, defender of freedom and American dream, go down as a result of a brutal disease brought about by torture in the field. Nicholas Cage is always easy to watch. He brings credibility to his characters.
(nl) wrote: ok.. a little too old
(ru) wrote: Simply one of the best screenplays ever written combined with a tremendous cast. It is more than a comedy with a lot to say about life and family, and not a second is wasted in this gem that made me laugh hysterically and, at the same time, moved me incredibly. In my all-time top ten films.
(kr) wrote: Cult classic that introduced the world to Russell Crowe. Better the first time I watched it but there's hardly any better movie out in this particular genre