Harnek Singh alias Nek(Kulbhushan Kharbanda), a honest farm worker from village, who works hard for his employer, Jagirdar Joginder Singh(Amrish Puri). Nek is in love with village belle, Kammo(Rama Vij), and hopes to marry her after he accumulates enough wealth and some land. One day the Jagirdar asks his assistant, Tulsi(Om Puri), to send Nek out of village for about 20-25 days. When Nek returns home, Joginder is pleased with him and allocates 6 acres of land so that he can be independent, and marry Kammo.
- Stars:B.G., Jeanette Branch, Frank Gorshin, Raj Babbar, Rama Vij, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Amrish Puri, Rajni Sharma, Om Puri, Sushma Seth, Sunita Dhir, Joga Singh Cheema, Mohan Baggan, Baldev Gill, Mahendra Singh Mastana, Ravi Bhushan, Waryam Mast, Jagjeet Sareen,
- Writer:Baldev Gill (story and dialogue), Harjit Gill (lyrics), Pawan Kumar (lyrics), Waryam Mast (lyrics), Ravinder Peepat (story and screenplay)
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(ru) wrote: David Fincher once again provides a clever an intriguing film, filled with engaging mystery and great performances. Gone Girl is a must watch.
(jp) wrote: As the cover art suggests, this is a straight comedy without any horror elements at all. The main characters are all played by stand-up comedians, so most of the dialog scenes feel very improvised. As a result, the humor is hit-and-miss, but the genuinely funny moments made me laugh out loud. Charlie Murphy has a couple of great scenes at the beginning, thendisappears until the middle of the third act, which is a shame because he, Sandy Brown ("My Name Is Earl") and JB Smoove ("Pootie Tang") steal every scene they're in. The film is rated R due to language, scenes of drug use, and some giant boobies, but there's no blood or violence. Not only is "Frankenhood" not as bad as you might think, but the production value is through the roof. The cinematography, lighting and editing are much better than I'm used to seeing - the movie looks very expensive (lots of dollyshots and beautiful wide angles). While it's no "Frankenhooker" or even "Frankenfish", you could still do much worse with your movie viewing. Watch it for the scene where JB argues with Sandy while trying to back up the car.
(au) wrote: I have to admit that I only bought it because the title and the cover seemed interesting. It took me a while to get into it too But it turned out to be a rather smart movie. It shows teen angst and the madness that many teens have to live in nowadays.
(ag) wrote: This movie SUCKED!!! What a horrible, depressing, stupid stupid plot!!! Bleh!
(kr) wrote: If you're a Mariah Carey fan, you're gonna love it. If not, come on, it's not that bad.
(nl) wrote: geez, if THIS movie got bad ratings, i don't think ANY movie will get good ratings. it's pretty annoying because there are lot of great movies on here that i'm seeing are getting bad ratings. this really frustrates me disappoints me because alot of people don't like ANY movies, so they just go around hating every single movie because they are boring, far too serious people. please don't be fooled by the ratings. if you like comedy, this movie will have you laughing the whole time and will entertain you up until the the last second. you can't get any better than this one, i promise you will love it :)
(br) wrote: my all-time favourite. watch it in awe!
(fr) wrote: Quite possibly the funniest movie of all time. A cross between Airplane! and Beverly Hills Cop. The only problem is it's not meant to be and it's so bad it's utterly fabulous.
(jp) wrote: Better than Puppet Master.
(br) wrote: Written and directed by George A. Romero, better known for making horror films like Night of the Living Dead (1968), The Crazies (1973) and Dawn of the Dead (1978)), makes something completely different. An action-drama set around a medieval fair troupe. It's a long film, but it's Romero's most personal film, and one where he opens his heart and soul. It makes you wish he'd made more films like this one. Billy (Ed Harris), leads a group of travelling performers who specialise in doing jousts on motorbikes, and Billy has the title of 'King William'. The troupe, also consisting of Morgan (Tom Savini), Alan (Gary Lahti), Merlin (Brother Blue), Little John (Ken Foree), Linet (Amy Ingersoll) and Julie (Patricia Tallman) live on the road and live off what they can, but the strain is beginning to show as they can't afford to keep up this lifestyle, and when Billy ends up in jail after an altercation with a corrupt cop, the rest of the group get tempted with an offer by promoter Bontempi (Martin Ferrero), who offers them good pay and better living and working conditions. It's a good film with some very well done motorbike stunts, and for Romero, the change of direction was just what he needed. But hardly anyone got to see it when United Artists, already on their knees because of Heaven's Gate (1980), had to sell off the U.S. rights to a smaller distributor. Which is a shame, as it's an original breed of film.
(it) wrote: I haven't cried this hard at a romance movie since.....well, I don't remember. Funny, because that is the whole premise of this movie, only in matters of love. With a realistic portrayal of amnesia brought on by shell-shock, Ronald Colman finds his way to Greer Garson, then for a few years gets his memory back and forgets Garson(how I will never understand) and falls in love with Susan Peters, a friend to his family. Will Colman remember Garson? Watch and see. And don't forget the tissues, you will need them.