Dil Aur Deewaar

Dil Aur Deewaar

Vijay (Jeetendra) is a Crime Reporter and very often helps the police in apprehending criminals. When his stepmother (Kamini Kaushal) passes away, she asks him to look after his step-brother, Anand (Vijay Arora), which he promises to do so.

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Millo T (kr) wrote: It is not that the documentary is as interesting as Calvin&Hobbes itself, but anyone that says that this comic is cool deserves my approval.

James W (gb) wrote: Kevin James makes better movies without Adam Sandler and Here Comes the Boom is proof of that. It's still pretty much just a comedy version of Warrior.

Sean C (gb) wrote: Cheesy but not funny enough to keep my interest or anyone else(TM)s.

Gulshan T (fr) wrote: Katrina, Salman and Anil have done fantastic jobs

Don P (nl) wrote: Finally for around to watching this. Loved it. Having watched a billion rocknroll movies about the men in the industry it is good to see the (heavily) fictionalised story of girls who did it just as well. Shocking, funny and heartfelt. And I still love Joan Jett and her rock and roll.

Ashton S (nl) wrote: Its hard to empathize with people because we are all so isolated. Some would envy the artist or the whore but that would be a mistake. I think if you watch this film you will get a better understanding of what is important in your own life. That said, the pacing like so many Japanese films, is self indulgent to say the least.

Luke G (ag) wrote: Don't know how I missed this one. Beautiful dream like cinematography and quite funny in parts. Some may find it too slow though

Henry F (ag) wrote: I saw this movie on the IFC theater a long time ago. It is one of the most heart-warming movies I can recall ....I watched it without expectations, not knowing what it was or where it was going , and I was really caught up in the story-telling. It is fine work and I do recommend it.

Rick D (de) wrote: Epic! Beautiful! Deep! Meaningful! Heart Wrenching! Up lifting! Amazing!

Asif K (de) wrote: silly, sluggish movie. extreme nude and sexy scenes. i didn't liked the movie. Madonna's another wrong choice.........

Cedrick C (us) wrote: Very entertaining completely old school Chinese Kung-fu movie. Li seems to have only one line during the whole movie "Shiiiiiiiiiiifuuuuuuuuuuuu", which I never noticed before and even added to the fun yesterday. There is not much of a story and it seems like 90% of the movie is made of fights. Still it is always nice to watch once in a while :)

Mike C (kr) wrote: very good movie, Terrence Hill was like Clint Eastwood tough-guy and master of the quick draw and Charlie Chaplain, the Marx Brothers, and the stooges humor. The three stooges humor shown when he was with Bambino. Both exciting and funny, especially the final fight where everybody decides to fight with fists instead of guns and some poor Mexican guy keeps getting clubbed by Bambino's fists and when he fails to beat down the giant Bambino down to the ground he says "oh no, not again." the final fight scene was a good resemblance to the fight scenes you find in the three stooges. I totally recommend this to anyone who wants to watch both a western or comedy.

Anthony K (br) wrote: Finally got to see it. Funny if not completely senseless. I had no problems watching it but it really didn't seem to have much of a point. Maybe it was a dada statement of war? Lennon was great.

Josef S (us) wrote: Low budget, a bit slow-paced, but I quite liked it. I especially liked the soundtrack; it helped the movie a lot.

Roy S (ru) wrote: I found this movie sanctimonious 30 years ago and I find it so now. I still like it simply because I like the subject, the period, and the cast; but for all its alleged moral conundrums and shades of gray, at its heart it is really a self-congratulatory liberal happy-movie. In it a character who supports Somoza exclaims, "In twenty years we'll see who's right!" Thirty years later I'm more confident than ever he was. Reagan and Bush caught a lot of flack for their policies, but the record speaks for itself. By 1993 practically the only country in all of Latin America that was not a democracy was that erstwhile favorite of the Left, Cuba. Perhaps Hollywood will make a movie based on that, but I doubt it.