Lusty womanizer, army Captain Kishore, wants a gypsy dancer for himself, and is ready to kill anyone who tries to get in the way. But his plans are foiled when the woman kills herself, leaving behind an injured father, the head of the gypsies, and a younger sister by the name of Jugnu. Jugnu swears to avenge her sister's death, and seeks training from Robert Taylor, and becomes an expert in weapons and fist-fighting. She assumes the guise of a masked male and calls herself "Garam Masala", and inflicts terror in Captain Kishore's life and army. Garam Masala's attempts to kill Kishore are foiled when she is captured. She is rescued by a mysterious masked male, who disappears into the night. Kishore is clearly baffled by the appearance of two masked men, and asks his men to search high and low for them. In the meantime, Kishore returns to his kingdom, which has it's King missing for several years, and the prince - a puppet in the hands of Kishore and his men.
Writer:Aspi Irani, Hakim Riaz Latta (dialogue), Hakim Riaz Latta (screenplay)
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Eric S (jp) wrote: if you're a fan of De Palma's work. It's worth your time. If you're not, then don't go.
Tim K (nl) wrote: Almost like a movie made on a dare. Asylum decided to make a Home Alone clone using talking dogs instead of a kid and proceeding to introduce a Quint-like dog catcher played by Kevin Sorbo. So ridiculous I couldn't look away...but will never look again!
Balaji A (de) wrote: I've-seen-this-umpteen-times-already feel.. Just want to kill time, sure go for it, but no expectations, none, period.
Bunny R (jp) wrote: OMG!! The best thing I've seen in a long time!! Or maybe I feel one with the dysfunction lol
Paula K (gb) wrote: A sometimes funny tale of faith and corruption.
Eric H (ag) wrote: I hated this vulgar piece of trash. It's absolutely appalled me how Hollywood could let a film like this be released. The plot keywords are ridiculous such as dominatrix-librarian and collapsed-testicle. It is demeaning to women, and the way it allows women to be treated is beyond my comprehension.
Gordon B (es) wrote: Its Unrelentingly noisey & unecceaerly cruel . Plus the only thing resembling a story arc here was how the female hero ends up wearing less and less clothing as the film went on.
Maridia B (gb) wrote: Bland flick...a really bland flick, that copies off an equally dull movie.
Ashley H (ca) wrote: Hackers is another decent film. It is about a young boy who is arrested by the US Secret Service for writing a computer virus and is banned from using a computer until his 18th birthday. Jonny Lee Miller and Angelina Jolie give good performances. The script is a little slow in places. Iain Softley did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the action.
James O (gb) wrote: I'm one of the few who prefer Brain Damage over Basket case in terms of Frank Henenlotter's best film. If there's one genre Henenlotter masters in, it's horror comedies, because this one's both hilarious and shocking at the same time. I laughed a lot more than I did with Basket Case, and it's a lot gorier. The monster this time is one of my favorite movie creatures of all time: Aylmer. Aylmer is voiced by legendary horror host Zacharley, and it's so small and polite, you'd never think this thing would latch onto your forehead and suck your brains out and get you addicted to a hallucinogenic that it injects into your brain. But it does. The artwork commissioned for the special edition DVD isn't really that great, and I much prefer the beautifully painted VHS cover. The special effects here are better than in Basket Case, and it ditches that horrible stop motion that was used. Here, I think Aylmer comes to life through puppeteers and maybe some animatronics, I'm not sure. But seriously, just look at Aylmer's relaxed eyes and smile! How can this thing POSSIBLY be evil?
Kristina K (nl) wrote: I liked it, even though a lot was unnecessary and it was silly, but at the same time James Spader was great in it.
Steve N (fr) wrote: Flat-footed love fable is not without its charms but suffers from quality-control issues, mostly behind the camera. The film is blessed with a good cast -- Elsa Lanchester in particular, who thrives on these kinds of nutty off-beat characters -- but director Richard Quine seems unwilling to make the most of what he has. Individually, the actors do fine, but you can't help but get the feeling not everyone is singing off the same sheet of music. As a result, discordant notes ring out in one scene after another. Stewart seems too old for the part and lacks chemistry with Novak, even though the two were fresh off Hitchcock's Vertigo at the time where neither of these problems were in evidence. There is also a dearth of creativity where the magic is concerned, relying more on lighting tricks likely borrowed from the stage version than in making use of the full range of special effects available to filmmakers at the time. The trite ending just adds insult to injury.
Eric R (fr) wrote: My Favorite Blonde is essentially a comedic take on Hitchcock's 39 Steps. Bob Hope stars as Larry Haines an entertainer who gets mixed up with Madeline, a beautiful british spy, who needs his help. She has microfilmed plans to a new type of plane which cannot get into the wrong hands. This leads them on a journey as they are both framed for murder and forced to work together. Lots of good, old school humor throughout as Larry is essentially forced to help against his will. Bob Hope isnt the only comedic element in the film as Madeleine Carroll does have some fun moments particurlarly early in the film where she acts as if she is Larry Haines, loving and adoring wife to evade the Nazi's who are looking for her. My Favorite Blonde is the type of whimsical, witty comedy that you would expect from Bob Hope. It's charming and fun with that 40/50's humor you would expect and definitely one of Bob Hope's better films that I have seen.
Justine S (ag) wrote: This movie was so bad. And it's so disappointing seeing as the book series wasn't so bad. The movie was fast paced yet droned on. It was humourless, dry, and flat. The dialogue was horrible, the actors weren't at all connected to the story. It was such a mess. It had no correlation. They would use quotes from the book in the worst moments or in moments that didn't make sense. They did stick to plot of the original book however.