Jimmy promises to return to Bombay and become a famous entertainer so that he can exact revenge on Mr. Oberoi for having insulted and imprisoned his mother on false charges. He falls in love with Oberoi's daughter and causes Sam Oberoi's nervous breakdown when he takes over as popular disco dancer. Oberoi, in an attempt to get rid of Jimmy, accidentally kills his mother, and Jimmy is devastated and unable to perform. Will he rise above the tragedy, sing again, and avenge his mother's death?
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Alexander Z (jp) wrote: Did anyone not see the direction this was going? Talk about phoning it in.
Barney o (de) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: The past three Harry Potter films have been crying out for a proper high-stakes story that tests these great characters, and they finally found it in 'The Goblet of Fire.' Yes thanks to a well constructed mystery-driven plot filled with lots of tense adventure, this film is far more able to engage and excite and there are fewer unneccessary tangents to go on. As such, this is without doubt the perfect time to have our cast at this greater age as they're far more able to fill the shoes a more in-depth adventure requires.WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: It has to be said that on an aesthetic and spectacle level, it's far less pleasing than Michael Seresin and Alfonso Cuaron's efforts.VERDICT: Finally a properly exciting, engaging and adventurous journey for these great characters. This was much deserved.
Meg W (br) wrote: Underrated dark comedy.
Heather A (es) wrote: Ick. I wanted to like this movie so much...
Luna L (mx) wrote: Remembering my good times with my friend Digi when I stayed with him in Cancn, he brought this movie and we watched it in spanish - really good story. Of course I'm biased but it really was great!
Karen H (au) wrote: 2013-03-29 dish-block Bad description above, Miyo was never on the other side, she was a contestant. kind of silly and discontinuous, but mildly amusing anyway.
Stuart K (jp) wrote: Directed by Bruce Malmmuth (Fore Play (1975) and Nighthawks (1981)), this is a by the numbers action film that gave it's star the chance to kick ass again after doing well in his debut Above the Law (1988). It's a product of it's time, when violent action films were being made, but it does have all the hallmarks most films like this had, a revenge motive, an action montage and a slimy baddie. In 1983, after exposing mob corruption at a port in Los Angeles, Police Detective Mason Storm (Steven Seagal) finds out it goes higher, however before he can expose it all, he's shot, his wife Felicia (Bonnie Burroughs) is murdered and his son Sonny (Zachary Rosencrantz) vanishes. Mason ends up in a coma, from which he awakens 7 years later, his doctor Andy Stewart (Kelly LeBrock) wants to help him recover, but no sooner than Mason has awoken, than men arrive at the hospital to kill Mason, he escapes with Andy, and they hide at a remote house. As Mason regains his strength, and tries to remember what happened, they're being hunted down by dangerous men. It's actually a very good action film, it's not perfect by any means, but it does have some good moments of brutal action throughout. Seagal manages to kick ass, and while it is a product of the 1980's spilled over in the 1990's, it still manages to be good fun.
Anna L (au) wrote: Whitaker just radiates in the lead role.
Nick B (jp) wrote: All though it's pretty cheesy and cheap it kind of an enjoyable movie with a pretty cool idea. Weird seeing David Carradine as the hero and Stallone as the bad guy but it was early days. Worth watching for something that's full of cheese.
Ana T (ru) wrote: Sienna Miller portrays Edie Sedgwick perfectly. The relatoinship between Edie and Andy Warhol is so interesting and I feel her short and tragic life was wonderfully captured in this film.
Stanley C (de) wrote: Along with very creative blueprints of technology, graphic alien designs, weapons, violence, bloody fights and Martian civilization, the elements of surprise and resistance against dystopian illusion of happiness in a rather bleak, devastating planet of death makes Total Recall a sci-fi classic.This film proves that Schwarzenegger can be more of the acting and hardly any of the science fiction as seen back in 1984's The Terminator.
Lucas O (au) wrote: One hell of a political thriller!