Raja (Dev Anand) has been abandoned by his biological mother at a very young age, and grows up with Master (Jeevan), a criminal don and card-sharp, who would like Raja to continue working with him on a commission basis. Raja learns all that could be learned about playing cards, quits work with Master, and starts work on his own. He succeeds considerably, and soon gets rich and wealthy. He falls in love with beautiful Chandra Gangaram (Zaheeda), and would like to marry her. But her father would like her to marry U.K. settled Ram Mehta(Sudhir), before Raja could do or say anything against this alliance, he is charged with the cold-blooded murder of Master. The climax in Raja's life is in the Court Room where he will find out about his past, and about his parents - while he awaits the outcome of the trial. From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gambler_(film)
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AD O (nl) wrote: cheap but not cheesy, really really liked this! the minister is the bitchin' best!
CaT W (ca) wrote: Not a bad movie but it's considerably slow paced, and I find the long violent scenes unnecessary.
Kaushik V (br) wrote: The movie is NOT about the blasts. It is about bringing out everyday emotions and events only with the amplification brought about by the blasts. Capitalism, mindless radical behaviour, corruption, brain drain and social security are everyday topics. In this, the movie is replete with brilliance! And Mumbai being known for its cosmopolitan crowd serves as the perfect setting for the film. The casting and the storyline is brilliant and so is the screenplay. Bravo!
Jeanine O (fr) wrote: A poorly written and directed film that took the plot of Coyote Ugly, inserted Cher and more dancing, and spit back a dud.
Joe J (br) wrote: This movie is "Brutal"ly terrible (Sorry, I had to include the title there). Claiming it's "Hostel" meets "The Silence of the Lambs," this is a gross overstatement. Maybe it took all the scenes that never made the movie or something, but don't compare it to these horror classics (well, "Hostel" isn't a classic, but this movie makes "Hostel" look almost decent).
Jason S (br) wrote: A fairly mundane outing. Nothing special.
Perk N (br) wrote: GUEST OF CINDY SHERMAN
Sam E (nl) wrote: Good prison movie with the legend
Anthony I (ag) wrote: Show me the money. You complete me. You had me at hello. Jerry Maguire is Cameron Crowe's bread and butter. Without it, there would be no "Almost Famous". It's one of the most quoted movies of an entire generation. Perhaps that's what lessens the experience in retrospect. Oh yes, I liked this movie. I liked it a whole lot in a few sections. The beginning monologue and montage is absolutely golden. An exuberant, excellent hook that highlights the best of Crowe's ability, and why I admire him so much as a director. On that alone, the movie rockets itself into watchability, and seizes our attention for the 2 hours and 10 minutes it lasts. Rene Zellweger is really good here, as well as the ever adorable, Jonathan Lipnicki. Can we get a child star Oscar going? As if it wasn't enough, is "Boyhood" a better incentive to start? Cuba Gooding Jr., who won the Oscar for his performance, nails it. He's the smartest and funniest person in the entire film. He had Jerry in the palm of his hand the whole time, and he picked his brain like no other. SHOW ME THE MONEY, JERRY! The performances rule. What's the biggest flaw? Well, the screenplay. I know, 20 years down the line, any movie is going to become cliche, but for some reason, this movie has spectacularly cliched moments. The closing speech that Jerry gives is one that really highlights it. So, freaking, corny. Cameron Crowe is a great writer (a genius actually), and this movie has many memorable scenes of dialog, but he's always had trouble with writing touching speeches.. something he's been struggling with pretty severely as of late... (cough) "Aloha" (cough). This is a fine piece of work, and worth seeing, but bring a toothbrush.. that's all I have to say.
Bonnie E (kr) wrote: GREAT MOVIE! :) Can't wait to see Dollman vs Demonic Toys. Why isn't "Ghosthouse" on here??? I watched that last night as well and it was awesome. Loved the clown music.
Rendan L (ca) wrote: Sure to be a cult classic.
bill s (kr) wrote: The depth to these characters is amazing in this bittersweet drama.
Janet R (gb) wrote: Exciting,exhilarating, fast, fantastic action where the characters stack on the surprises for us and each other- thoroughly entertaining.
Juli N (ca) wrote: This isn't a film! This is premeditated abuse and neglect perpetrated upon its viewers!