A kind-hearted, widowed landlord, Thakur, lives a wealthy lifestyle with his son, Ramesh; daughter, Roopa; and an adopted child, Shankar. Ramesh hates Shankar and often abuses him. Years pass by, Thakur has passed away, and all three children have grown up. While Ramesh visits a stunningly attractive Courtesan, Tara, drinks alcohol, and continues to abuse and mercilessly beat Shankar, who bears this in silence as he and Roopa are in love with each other. When Ramesh finds out that Roopa wants to wed Shankar, he has him severely beaten and thrown off a cliff. He then arranges Roopa's marriage with another wealthy man, Satish, while he continues to romance Tara and even signs over his entire estate and home to her name.
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Ken S (mx) wrote: This documentary produced and directed by Adam Nimoy about the life of his father Leonard and his very iconic character of Spock is okay. I am a lifelong huge Trek fan...but I have to admit that the documentary is a tad disjointed at times...feels like it only scratches the surface of who Nimoy was, and spends a bit too much time on the son and his complicated relationship with his father (yet it still manages to not go to in depth about it). It then goes on a bit longer at the end about Quinto's performance of the new Spock...which feels inconsequential to the rest of the doc. I mean you could have it be a line or two about Quinto taking on this iconic role and the shoes he had to fill...but it spends a few minutes getting into Quinto and his performance, whereas it really felt less of a documentary about the character and more about the man behind the original portrayal of that character. I dunno. It was alright, certainly inoffensive...just felt it was more of a feature length article about Nimoy and his life, passions and iconic character, than it was anything too in depth. Almost more of a eulogy than a documentary.
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Don S (jp) wrote: Continuing the series of warring angels, this time without the benefit of Christopher Walken. Been a fan of Kari Wuhrer for a long time. She is wonderful. The story is interesting though not very original, and Jason Scott Lee does a fine job as the walking dead man. Liked it better than the third movie.
King K (au) wrote: Thought this movie was great, then about a year later I got a job at a restaurant. This movie sums up working at any restaurant, of course without the health code problems. Luckily, not ALL restaurants are this gross. You'll appreciate you're waiter once you see this.
MF J (es) wrote: I remember watching this curious film at the movies in Paris thinking it was very unusual, funny even though it's not really a funny comedy but the characters are so well written and the cast is so great it's just really good to watch something so unusual coming from the always challenging Spanish cinema.
Alexia F (nl) wrote: I always remember the 90's as a big "what the hell where we thinking?" era. Case and point? This movie. Vanilla Ice as an actor? Please, don't make me laugh!
Andy R (au) wrote: One of my all-time favorites.
Francisco A (gb) wrote: Still one of my favourite chapters in the saga.
Josh T (gb) wrote: A great film, a good balance of story and action. The film does a goodjob showing the emotional and mental struggles soldiers face in bothtraining for a war and fighting one. I also enjoy the music played in the film. I feel the music helps the era this film is based in and the music chosen for the scenes of which the music is played in fits really well. Overall I enjoy this film every time I watch it.
Santana L (au) wrote: this would be one of the funniest movies i think id ever watch i love watching the cheech and chog movies
Megan D (de) wrote: Hahahahaa. Funny when we watched it on tthe Horror channel. Even funnier finding out it gave my dad nightmares when he was young! Still makes me Laugh-Out-Loud!!!
Wendy D (ru) wrote: Paul Newman was ridiculous as a Native American, but oh so pretty!
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