Far beyond the reaches of our universe, lies a heavenly kingdom ruled by a beautiful woman, and her daughter, a princess. Both mother and daughter possess a magical wand in the shape of a giant leaf that has magical powers. The daughter loses this leaf, which falls and lands on Earth. Dhola, an evil being, who would like to control and master the universe, finds out, and he too goes in search of this leaf. The daughter reaches Earth and is called "Chandra Mukhi" after a character in a television pro gramme, and meets with a young lad named Raja Rai. She finds that Raja is at the mercy of his cruel maternal uncle and step-mother, and she decides to let Raja grow up to his full manhood so that he can defend himself against his tormentors. It is then that Dhola arrives and takes control of the leaf. Will Chandra Mukhi and Raja be able to secure the leaf from the invincible and evil Dhola, and will Raja's life ever return to normalcy?
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Abdulmalik A (au) wrote: Not the most brilliant script/dialogue but that doesn't mean its a bad film.
Niral G (nl) wrote: This movie is a complete waste of time. Skip it if you can.
Muffin M (us) wrote: Another movie that needs a DVD release in Australia.
Sonika B (br) wrote: I liked it.. Sweet and Simple love story.. very believable performances by everyone..
Justin B (mx) wrote: Dopey romcom with shapeless characters and no chemistry.
Dane W (ag) wrote: though it's a short film (For A Jurassic Park Film) and the characters are weak "Jurassic Park 3" is darker and gives some nostalgia back to the franchise after a 4 year break.
Russell H (au) wrote: Al Bundy and a rich kid. Good stuff
Dustin P (ca) wrote: Watching this 30 years after it was released, it's not terrible. I didn't laugh out loud at any point, but I wasn't bored either.
Sam M (mx) wrote: All-star cast here gives us something very humorous.
Well A (ca) wrote: Cnico e sem vergonha de expor as futilidades das relaes da juventude da virada do sculo, o filme tem cenas antolgicas. Minha adolescncia no teria sida o mesma sem esse filme.
Reno V (ag) wrote: "WHATEVER YOU DO, DON'T ANSWER THE PHONE" - 'When a Stranger Calls' is a 2006 horror film from director Simon West (Con Air, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider), and forms the remake to the very scary original film with the same title from 1979. The storyline is based upon the urban legend 'The Babysitter and the Man Upstairs'. This film was one of the first horror remakes. Nowadays Hollywood farts one remake after another. I must confess I'm not a great fan of the film. It failed to really blow me away. Starring Camilla Belle (The Lost World: Jurassic Park, 10.000 BC), Tommy Flanagan (Sons of Anarchy, Braveheart) and the voice of Lance Henriksen (Aliens, The Terminator). Are you sure that you're alone in the house?Because she went over 800 minutes on her cell phone, Jill Johnson (Belle) is forced by her father to babysit the children of a wealthy family to pay her debt. After being showed around and told the kids are already in bed, the parents leave and Jill is alone. But then the teenage girl starts to get mysterious phone calls. Jill gets a surprise visit from her best friend Tiffany, who had sex with Jill's boyfriend Bobby and wants to talk things over. Jill tells her it's not a good place to discuss the matter and asks her to leave. But when Tiffany is outside, she is attacked by an unknown person. The calls continue and get more and more disturbing. Jill begins to suspect that someone is watching her. She could be right...