Naresh Kumar Saxena lives with his widowed mom and sister, Seema. He works as a freelance photographer and journalist. One day he meets with Mala Mehta and her dad, who is the Editor of a Newspaper. Mr. Mehta hires Naresh and assigns him to go to a remote island to investigate and expose some illegal activities there. Naresh goes there in the company of his friend, Shyam. Unfortunately, Naresh is caught by the island guards and lodged in a cell along with two others, one a scientist and Ram Singh, a hoodlum. The scientist confides in Naresh that he has invented an atomic ring that when inserted in someone's mouth will turn that person invisible, and subsequently passes away. Naresh puts the ring in his mouth, takes off his clothes, turns invisible and escapes.
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Andrew L (gb) wrote: I figured this was a Lifetime movie. Everything with the direction was choppy. It is made for television but it could have been a lot better. The movie itself is bland. Definitely not worth the rent.
Howard K (de) wrote: Easily one of the most boring movies I've seen and a pain to sit through.
Brandon S (gb) wrote: I'm still momentously impressed by Joe Carnahan's command of the scenes he orchestrates. This thing could have very well been a runaway train with only brief moments of successful action, but his script and the talent of the cast always seems to persevere. That being said, the energy reaches a fever pitch at times that is quite unsustainable, and that forces the film to, despite the strength in other areas, simply lie there; seemingly unsure of where it's headed.That's the great curse of this film: Joe Carnahan, talented as he may be, tried to fit a TV miniseries inside of a 110 minute movie that is only handicapped by its lack of available time to elaborate.
Simon D (au) wrote: Technically amazing. Sadly exploits its subject (and a whole lot of animation students at Seneca College). "Psycho-realism" takes some things a little too literally; goes to show not everything must be visually represented in film.
007 W (fr) wrote: Pretty good movie, especially when I was a kid I love this movie speaking of which this is also as good as monsters University
Dennie S (kr) wrote: One of the best coming of age gay films!
adam u (ag) wrote: It was a truely Fast paced joy ride Its unique because not many movies are about trucking. Randy Travis fit his part to a T.
Paul S (de) wrote: While it can't match the sheer charm of the original, it makes up for it with it's subtle humor and likable lead characters.
James H (ag) wrote: Not one of Cary Grant's best, but he is always worth watching. Betsy Drake got on my nerves after awhile, and the story is badly dated, but even in 1948 I doubt is was considered great writing. Well produced.
Tim G (it) wrote: I've seen better acting in high school theatre.
Rena T (kr) wrote: Quite a touching movie, I love Zac Efton's eyes.
Nigel K (ca) wrote: I really enjoy this film, yes it's hokum but I've seen much worse. It captures the spirit of the comic books very well.
John M (br) wrote: It's stupid but one of the more clever stupid films out there
Uriel G (it) wrote: Entertaining and enjoyable, "Zombieland" joins the comedy with the zombies giving us an equally satisfactory result that "Shaun of the dead".The narrative of the film along with the performances and the sequence itself makes it a work of great value.