Master Dinanth (Amitabh Bachchan) is a freedom fighter and led the war against the British in 1942 and eventually won the independence in 1947. But after independence, the people's love for their country seems to be diminishing and they are too busy betraying it like rich businessman Thakur Pratab Singh (Amjad Khan). Masterji finds out about Thakur Pratab Singh's illegal activities such as smuggling of weapons and ammunition and gets him arrested. In revenge for putting him in prison, Pratab Singh gets Masterji's wife Bharati (Sharmila Tagore) and daughter Priti (Parveen Babi) kidnapped by Thakur's partner in crime Sher Singh (Kader Khan) to try and change his ways but to no avail. Thakur also provokes an attack on Masterji's home by the local villagers who accuse Dinanath of betraying his country and he is forced to flee his home with his young son Raju. His wife becomes a victim of leprosy and escapes from Sher Singh leaving her daughter Priti in a friend's care.
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August S (es) wrote: Grotesque, dark, creepy and (living up to its title) very bizarre indeed. Some stories felt vapid, yes, while some were interesting and bizarre enough to satisfy every horror fan as myself. The gores were over-the-top and very painful to watch that it felt uncomfortably good. The Theater Bizarre has made me stand to my seat and scream for an encore.
Ian C (au) wrote: Some of it comes across as staged but the time you get the climax it is a real feel good documentary. Maradona what a remarkable human being.
Sheila K (it) wrote: Was kinda one of those old movies, could have been a bit more eventful, but a good movie none the less, and its always good to see "ani" from star wars! :P
todd P (au) wrote: Good. movie is a class movie
Eduardo C (mx) wrote: One of the more beautifully photographed Hammer films but not one of the best written. Worth seeing for the atmosphere (Terence Fisher was a god) and some of the set pieces.
Matt H (nl) wrote: Couldn't care about any of the characters, none of the stories stood out much. The movie might have been cutting edge back in its day, but now mostly appears creaky. Apparently nothing bores me more than French aristocracy, most of the movies dealing with characters from the French upper classes bores me to tears.
Jared K (kr) wrote: This is one of my favorite movies of all time. The dialog is clever and memorable. The story is still appropriate to our time. The best of the Jack Ryan movies to date. Harrison Ford has been the best Jack Ryan. All of the recent Jack Ryan actors can't step out of his shadow.
Brett B (au) wrote: Unrelentingly silly, even by "schlocky exploitation flicks of the '70s" standards. Worth watching only for Milland and Elliott, who seem to be very aware of what sort of movie they're stuck in.
Kevin G (gb) wrote: Great story with good acting
Tanner M (de) wrote: A cheap Horror movie that needs to be remade. This movie has a great story line (except for the ending) which could be taken much farther then it was in this movie. The things I didn't like about it was the very bad acting. Everyone did a terrible job except for Robert Nolan I thought he did a good job. The camera angles when the monster was attacking were very rough. Speaking of the monster WHAT HAPPENED?!? It looked like a human-bat from a direct to DVD hobbit movie. It was horrible, did they get the cheapest guy in the buiessnes? Apart from all that the first 2quarters of the movie were excellent counting out the pre opening credits scene. I like the idea of the no talking vibe. It was creepy, If only the rest of the movie was.
Luis L (fr) wrote: meryl streep awesome...
David F (mx) wrote: I actually liked this more than the original, it was an improvement, probably because it's completely set in the house with the babysitter and doesn't move away from there.