Police Inspector Dayashanker Pandey is a slacker, a man who does not want to put his life under any risk, and is quite comfortable sharing tall tales, and a desk job. Fate has other plans for him, for whenever he goes on duty outside, he somehow apprehends some criminals or some smuggled goods or drugs. He thus becomes the pride of his division, much to his discomfort. For Dayashanker knows that if he is publicly felicitated, this will put in the black books of many underworld gangsters, which will rip his comfortable and easy-going life apart.

Police Inspector Dayashanker Pandey is a slacker, a man who does not want to put his life under any risk, and is quite comfortable sharing tall tales, and a desk job. Fate has other plans ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Gambler torrent reviews

Carlos Z (it) wrote: Really good movie about forgiveness and following your call

Poo B (nl) wrote: Very well made and really plasters you infront of the TV whether you like it or not. A Interesting story about the injustice of the world that's right infront of our eyes. It could happen to everybody...but most likely if you're a rich guy in the philippines. But still...pretty pretty...pretty dangerous.

Dillinger P (ca) wrote: The Ward sets an unwanted benchmark for all, once great directors, to aspire to, in order to fizzle into obscurity. Just when you thought John Carpenter couldn't be more out of touch, Ghosts of Mars proved that in droves, with today's standard of film making, its actually pretty upsetting to watch him attempt such mediocrity, knowing full well the talent he once possessed. The Ward revolves around Kristen, a confused young adult forced into a mental institute, where all is not what it seems. And without spoiling the entire film, not that you'd mind, that really is about all that is going on in this bland and heartless film. Where to begin, firstly the script, sadly not penned here by anyone decent, is woefully dreadful, every character has no character or sense of progression, the general concept of the film is in no way original or engrossing and it suffers from an overwhelming sense of repetition. While watching The Ward, you will witness a young woman constantly attempt to escape a mental hospital, only to be flung back in her room, countless times, with the same lack luster security, I've seen super markets with tighter security than this place. The script just has nothing to say, there is no character, no message, no one to root for, it has next to nothing going for it, which is completely evident when Carpenter is filling in the blanks with solid bouts of visuals between dialogue, when the film actually becomes watchable. The film is horribly miscast in everyone bar Amber Heard, who is the star of the show, she is clearly a brilliant talent, considering how much she manages to get from nothing for her role here, but everyone else is just wrong. The Ward's supporting cast is full of gorgeous looking women, with your archetypal conditions tacked on, it almost feels as if they turned up on set and picked their mental insecurities out a hat, leaving Heard ruling the roost and becoming all you really care about. It's not like Carpenter has presented something ugly here either, as a good chunk of the visuals are solid, the location looks unsettling enough, some of the gore is well executed and he gets a chance to include some gorgeous tracking shots, the problem is that everything feels so empty, there never feels like a threat is round the corner, no sense of desperation or paranoia, hell you will be confused for the most part and not because its intelligent, but because its clear no one had any idea what they wanted to do until the end. There is one scene, luckily one of the films longest, in which Heard and another inmate attempt to escape, which is utterly terrific, reminding us why Carpenter was a force to be reckoned with, in a brief 5 minutes he achieves something excellent, with genuine thrill and suspense, only to completely shut down, as if going beyond the confines of the script is an automatic fail. The Ward is utterly forgettable, it has next to no scares, a beyond salvageable script and its painfully clear that Carpenter is just going through the motions. It has some solid visual work and an occasional daring moment, but nothing you will get remotely hot and bothered about.

Chris H (br) wrote: Great dialogue, great action, 2 main characters with depth, there's nothing more you could ask for in an action movie.

Chris D (nl) wrote: Great Disney classic....

Gary M (ca) wrote: thoroughly enjoyed this jumpy suspense thriller. great cast. great ending.

Geo T (br) wrote: Training Day is a well done film that brings out the best of both Denzel Washington and Ethan Hawke. In addition to a very interesting story of justice and corruption. In the end, Training day deserves the praise it gets as it blends thriller/drama to a near perfection.

Alec B (es) wrote: I'm undecided over whether or not the film is actually some brilliant satire (you can make strong arguments either way), but it's undeniably re-watchable and hilarious.

Joseph H (br) wrote: chitty chiity bang bang is truly(pun intended) magical film . that is toot sweet to miss (same as above).

Jao R (us) wrote: It's smarmy, it's corny, it's bordering on the stupid to exasparating - yet it's also beautiful and inspiring at the same time. I guess, if you look at it as a glass half-full, you can ignore the defects and go for it as a feel-good movie.

Evan G (it) wrote: not that much like the book but still a good movie. kinda wish sweetie looked more like the design in the book and that he was in it ml ore

Alfredo S (au) wrote: Madagascar is forgettable, and poorly crafted, but It comes to be like watching a hyper-active child running around after eating too much candy, its entertaining, but you know you'll regret it after a while.

Andrew K (ca) wrote: An immensely creative and entertaining (albeit frequently idiotic) movie the likes of which we may never see again. Mad props go to the special effects and costume artists.

Gael D (au) wrote: Not a bad moment but don't get where Richard Linklater wanted to tell...