A group of people of Indian origin live on an Island which contains a tomb of Shahenshah Chandi Sona which is believed to contain jewelry, diamonds, and gold. Mayur and Rita, stage actor love-birds, plot with Amar to steal this wealth and better their lives. They decide to buy a house from a woman named Mayadevi, and after doing so they decide to make a swimming pool and through that dig a tunnel right underneath the tomb and help themselves to the riches that they find there. They also decide to enlist the help of four jailbirds by dramatically helping them to escape from prison. After the completion of the tunnel, they run into an underground pool of water and enlist the help of undersea divers Bikram and Sharma.
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Keenan S (fr) wrote: Keepsake is a fantastic, but thoroughly underrated film about a woman who is taken captive by a serial killer and has thirty days to escape before being killed. This film is disturbing, thrilling, intense, and also surprising when it wants to be. I had an absolute blast watching this film and I think that it deserves more recognition.
Spencer S (it) wrote: There's a lot of indecision attached to this film for most critics and I understand why. There are a lot of conceptually interesting and interwoven themes throughout, but if it's trying to reach for an emotion it didn't stir any. This wasn't funny, and really didn't try to be. It had some slightly funny ideas that could have been broadened to make it zany and out there like in the iconic "Brazil" while still retaining its inherent unease. Instead the film decides to stay gloomy and uninteresting throughout. Though it's obviously a very dark and pedestrian kind of film, it does have a lot of visually interesting effects, and makes some decisions about this dystopian world that are actually encouraging. The premise of the film is that Galifianakis' character works in a faceless company's upper department, and he is absolutely miserable. He's a direct descendant of George Washington; he lives in a big house, and has a beautiful wife and a non-existent child who never comes out of his room. He is absolutely despondent, which is precarious since people all around him are exploding thanks to their own depression and feelings of inadequacy. Everyone is trying to find a cure for this phenomenon by engaging in happy activities and by being fulfilled just as most daytime talk shows tell us every day. With the prospect of death hanging overhead it's those who see the horror of life and all its wandering disconnect that are exploding, or feeling something that everyone else can't touch. It calls for living life, but no one engages, not even Galifianakis, and he's the title character. It has some conceptually different themes and ideas, but that can't sustain an entire movie.
Dallas G (us) wrote: Based on the reviews, I am the minority of thinking this, but I really enjoyed this movie
Mai C (de) wrote: I will be straight up, I did enjoy this film, it was funny and definitely an interesting take on body horror. Sure this movie has many plot holes and is poorly paced but there is a glimpse of something good in there.Let me talk about the good points first, this movie was very entertaining, the thought that a vagina could have teeth in it is strange. The fact they only come out when Dawn is in danger, or later when she wants to, is amazing, a great survival technique. I thought the relationship between her and her step brother would have been very interesting if it was fully developed, thus giving the movie more plot, but I certainly thought it was interesting. Sick, but interesting.The bad parts of the movie were how subtext played a great role in your understanding of the film, and sometimes this is a good thing, it makes you think deeper into the film, however when you need to use subtext to understand basic plot elements. Well that is when the movie starts to fall through, which is exactly what happens in Teeth.Overall though I found this movie entertaining, it would have been nice if the plot was further developed, but I feel as if the film still holds up due to its entertainment value.
Grayson D (fr) wrote: Some films are so stupendously terrible that one is compelled to watch them so one can then appreciate the finer films in life all the more and this is such a film. There really is no other reason anyone should ever watch it (Kelly Brook is in a skimpy white bikini throughout), did i just type that, i intended only to think it.
fred l (mx) wrote: i liked it. different yet originally the same.
charlie h (us) wrote: this flim made me fall asleep at the begianin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! but the rest is allright
Russell H (it) wrote: The comedy is amped up even further but I liked part 2 better. This one got a little boring at points and was sometimes too stupid.
Cameron L (ca) wrote: Holy crap! Side effects may include anal leakage, vomiting, and sexual nightmares.
Matt C (ca) wrote: Features a sibling relationship thats as authentic as you will ever see in a movie. Very good work from Melville.
shannon e (ru) wrote: 5 stars - wanted to give support -
Mafer M (us) wrote: Incredible to watch actors & actresses playing "goofy roles" probably because the need of money or to stick around people attention.