The film begins with the sad state of affairs in a village, where politician turned Industries Minister Patil and his brother with the help of local politician Kulkarni (Vaibhav Mangale) make the lives of poor farmers miserable forcing them to sale their lands after the SEZ comes into force. Mahesh Manjrekar, Sanjay Khapre, Siddhu The only opposition comes from an ex-serviceman (Satish Pulekar) who refuses to bow down. He is murdered by Kulkarni and his men but his mentally challenged nephew is the mute witness against Kulkarni. His helpless uncle after witnessing the thumb rule, rushes him to the city in search of an elder nephew (Bharat Jadhav) of the ex-serviceman. Thus begins the revenge
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Kristen A (es) wrote: I enjoyed this movie about love and music
Ryan K (it) wrote: This is just funny watching a bunch of people do stupid shit and get hurt. Some of it is terrible but some is down right gross or funny.
Jason D (ru) wrote: Carnivore is the story of a top-secret government experiment gone awry, as a scientist in a secluded house deep in the rural country is one-upped by his monstrous project, a bio-genetic warfare creature that murders him and escapes out of the hidden lab and into the house. As the night wears on, the house becomes inhabited by two teen couples, some cops, and secret government agents, leaving plenty of bait for our goofy creature (clearly a man in a costume, but thankfully, the focus is on its face, which reminded me of a cross between a critter and Station from Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey). The big problem with this film is the hour long build-up of practically nothing happening. It was almost to the point where I was falling asleep, and I rarely EVER fall asleep to movies (it's only happened twice!). When the deaths do happen (all fucking 2 of them, not counting the beginning one with the scientist), they are EXTREMELY gory and cool to watch, which had me thinking this film was going to end with a gang...not the case...at all. In the end, it fizzles big time. Also, don't be fooled by the 2000 release date. This film started being made all the way back in 1988 (you can tell when one of the computer screens shows a 1989 date) and finally limped onto DVD and VHS 12 (!!) years later. So, yes, this really IS a late-80's, early 90's film, and not some incredibly artistic modern movie that perfectly captures that era. Overall, a complete borefest save for the two awesome deaths towards the end.
Alexander C (mx) wrote: Would like to see sometime! whoop!
Ryan D (es) wrote: Al Fraknen is a complete jackass, douchbag, tool. But this movie was really funny. Well the other cast was.
Mike W (nl) wrote: Junior and Trixie are evil and geniuses!
Buddy A (us) wrote: It's my grandpa's favorite movie, but I can't say the same for me. It's not a bad movie by any means, but I noticed some parts that could have been a lot better and some of the more cheesy scenes with Laura San Giacomo could have been cut out. Tom Selleck is great, but it's Alan Rickman who steals the movie, as he does with almost every movie he's in. It's still a really good movie, though. "Heck yeah."
Kevin S (us) wrote: Ernest P. Worrel is now an employee at the bank. He gets called to jury duty and he gets mixed up with a convict that looks just like him. Like every Ernest movie you got to expect some things not to make sense. But still you get a few laughs here and there. Jim Varney was a good comedian who made us laugh in all the Ernest movies and this one is not different. R.I.P. Jim Varney.
Pascal V (ca) wrote: This one is a pretty good Bela Lugosi movie ! Good story.