Chandershekhar Pandey and his wife, Lajwanti, come to visit Brij Bhushan and his widowed mother in their village. They assure Brij's mom that in exchange of their land, they will get Brij a... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gaon Hamara Shaher Tumhara
Chandershekhar Pandey and his wife, Lajwanti, come to visit Brij Bhushan and his widowed mother in their village. They assure Brij's mom that in exchange of their land, they will get Brij a...
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Leslie T (ca) wrote: slow and boring 2014
Dan G (jp) wrote: It started out as a psychological twisted off the wall "I don't know what's going to happen" kind of movie. And got confusing and stale. Very quick. I wouldn't suggest it.
Ryan A (es) wrote: It was beautiful. Must see
William T (ca) wrote: The first half is awesome, while the second half is sort of snoozy.
Tony R (au) wrote: great movie..Rourke..Shakur..put it down!!!
Robert B (mx) wrote: Empire of the Ants (Bert I. Gordon, 1977)In the late seventies, I was at a friend's house and I caught a few sequences of It Happened at Lakewood Manor on television. I had no idea what it was, and I spent years, decades actually, tracking that movie down. This, of course, brought me into contact with pretty much every ant-related movie that was made in the seventies. Once I found out Empire of the Ants dealt with monster-sized ants, I knew it wasn't the movie I was looking for, but when I found a listing for it in the mid-eighties and saw Joan Collins' name attached, I had to wonder what sorts of shenanigans this movie held in store. Now I have seen it, and I know the answer, and I wish it was 1985 again and I was just stumbling upon this movie and still wondering how ridiculous it could be.You know that old saw about having prime real estate in Okefenokee Swamp to sell? Well, this is where it came from. Collins (Dynasty) plays Marilyn, a shady real estate agent who's trying to pass off a little island in the middle of a swamp as paradise that's just begging for a resort to be developed on it. She takes down a passel of prospective buyers, and they discover the area infested with ants. Now, that's not usually enough to get people to not buy land, but you see, these ants are about twenty feet long, as tall as elephants, and need a few tourists to help out with their plan for intergalactic domination. Or something.While you're watching this, if you're an aspiring filmmaker, just keep saying to yourself "someone greenlit this." Of course, in the direct-to-video age, if you end up making Empire of the Cockroaches, it's probably not going to open on a thousand screens...but you never know. Put together a bunch of non-actors, head them up with some fading TV character types, add the cheapest script and special effects money can buy, and, well, you've just created an American International Picture, really. My guess is that if you caught this back in the day, and were very young at the time, it may hold a good deal of nostalgia value, the same way It Happened at Lakewood Manor does with me these days. But for everyone else it can safely be avoided. * 1/2
Greg W (de) wrote: a perfect example of what has now become 'the french new wave' film movement
Deke P (br) wrote: Interesting. Queen Elizabeth scene when she rallied her troops against the spanish Armada / invasion was used in WW2 for English prop vs Hitler. But that scene was a bit of a disappointment, imho. 1937. From the Anglophile viewpoint. Saw first time tv pbs 2-2017. Vivien Leigh was young and beautiful. This led to her starring in gone with the Wind.
Drew R (jp) wrote: A lulzy old tale filled with romance and suspense. The guard with the beer was the bomb. lol
Taylor H (kr) wrote: This movie was great I liked it and it had some good action.