Lamington Road on Bombay's Western Railway is the nearest railway station that takes one to Kamathipura, notorious for it's red-light, in particular, and a crime-prone area in general.

On a rainy night, when an investment banker's car breaks down in the red light district, he takes shelter where he meets and later befriends a prostitute. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Michele W (kr) wrote: An important story that needs to be known. Well balanced.

Jacob S (gb) wrote: What the f*ck did I just watch? Really. What did I just watch. Well, time for a little history lesson (we all gotta learn sometimes.) When a big movie is releases, people wanna make money of off the fame. So instead of making a video game, they make a mock-buster. A good example would be "Transformers" and "Transmorphers." Or "Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters" and "Hansel and Gretel: Warriors of Witchcraft." This one just so happened to be a rip-off of "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter." I feel like this movie was directed from some guy's basement. The effects look like something I'd get from a halloween store or something you'd find on photoshop. But the story is clever the acting is okay, but one scene bugs the hell out of me. At one scene, a guy is running from zombies, but when he steps on train tracks, a train is coming. What does he do? HE RUNS AWAY FROM THE TRAIN BY RUNNING ON THE TRACKS IN FRONT OF THE F*CKING TRAIN!!! This feels like it would've been better if it was in the form of a book.

Grant S (fr) wrote: Gritty, intriguing, dark, funny crime-drama.Chris Smith (played by Emile Hirsch) is in a bind. He owes a loan-shark a fair bit of money, and the man has threatened to kill him if he does not produce the money within a few days. He does not have the money. He strikes upon a get-rich-quick plan: have his estranged mother killed and collect on the insurance money. He involves his father, Ansel (Thomas Haden Church), who buys into the deal for a share of the profit (him and Chris' mother are divorced and don't see eye-to-eye, so it wasn't a tough sell). Ansel then involves his 2nd wife, Sharla (Gina Gershon) and, due to her finding out about the plan, his daughter, Chris' sister, Dottie (Juno Temple). They hire a professional killer (who happens to also be a cop), "Killer Joe" Cooper (Matthew McConaughey). When they cannot pay him upfront, they reach an unusual deal on how to retain his services. This complicates matters, a lot.An engaging and funny yet simultaneously dark and graphic drama. Clever plot - quite solid with some great twists, double-crosses and triple-crosses. Good sub-plots and some wonderfully quirky dialogue. Tarantinoesque at times. In fact the whole movie has a Tarantino-like vibe, but not quite with the same polish and attention-to-detail that a Tarantino movie has.Ending is a bit unsatisfactory, and does negate some of the good that went before. It was heading for an even higher rating...Great performances all round. Matthew McConaughey is wonderfully cool and aloof, yet damaged, as Killer Joe. He reminded me of his performance in True Detective Season 1. Emile Hirsch, Thomas Haden Church, Juno Temple and Gino Gershon are well cast and don't put a foot wrong. Pick of the these is Juno Temple, who mixes innocence and beauty and creates a wonderful sense of mystery and ambiguity about her character.An understated, underrated gem.

Manal S (kr) wrote: My only problem with the film is that doesn't offer anything new to the graphic novel, not even a fresh perspective.

Kate W (ca) wrote: ok alright

James K (nl) wrote: I can see the appeal of this movie but then apart from being fresh, simple and straight to the point, what else can this movie do to catch your eyes? Very little.

Jose M (jp) wrote: The most offensive thing I find about Sorority House Massacre is the idea that director and writer Carol Frank believe the audiences are jack****s or maybe she is a complete jack***.The film is atrociously made with any devoid of excitement or suspense. Granted she may have wanted to avoid making this film, but at least she could have put an effort to it. I could have made a better film with a bit of originality in since this film pretty much suckles Halloween (1978). It's so predictable and the characters are super dull. I was really annoyed by the possibilities the film could have taken, but instead Frank just puts us back into the same old place. Angela O'Neil and killer are excruciatingly terrible it's almost a competition. The inner logic makes no sense and the killer's motive are not even interesting. I watched a film called Twitch of the Death Nerve and despite the fact it was dated, it was at least exciting to watch because of the music, kills, and the twist when the killer is revealed and why.Luckily, Sorority House Massacre II would be a huge improvement over this trash by upping the sleaziness and taking a turn to the bizarre.

Diane S (es) wrote: Mickey Rorke's finest performance! He should be an Oscar contender for this stellar portrayal of a most unusual character. Every performance is spot on and the dialigue and story line do not disappoint. This is a must see for drama lovers and Mickey Rourke lovers as well.

Chad W (ru) wrote: Steven Spielberg ****************************************************************************

Jordan P (kr) wrote: A feel good story to watch in an era where justice would just as gladly be forgone for 11 years.

Christine D (us) wrote: Not scary at all. For being what is suppose to lead up to the beginning of the excorist series and how it came about, it didn't do a lot of that. It did have a great storyline and was very interesting.

Denise M (ca) wrote: The soundtrack alone is worth watching this comedy classic! Wholesome fun where the guy goes overboard to win a date with the beautiful woman!

Steve H (it) wrote: Terrible. An insult to it's brilliant predecessor Even Battlefield Earth was better than this.

Uncle D (ag) wrote: Makes the Terminator look like a wuss! Very cool movie definitely worth checking out if you're into science fiction.