Orphaned Sanjeev lives with his comically parsimonious paternal uncle, Maniram, who offers to look after him on the condition that a contested Last Will and Testament, will benefit him. ...

. . . Orphaned Sanjeev lives with his comically parsimonious paternal uncle, Maniram, who offers to look after him on the condition that a contested Last Will and Testament, will benefit him

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Aaron R (nl)

Why is this movie called Fight Back to School anyway? They should have stopped at 2

Anton S (ag)

Disgusting. Artificial, corrupt, stupid in every way

james m (fr)

Takes me back to Scarface, and a must have for any real movie collector. I enjoy the inter workings of a "gangsta" and allows people to know the intelligence behind the criminal

Jason T (gb)

Sandler fans or gaming fans give it a rent. Kevin James could not be more miscast as the president. The pacing could be better as well as better jokes and writing. It's better than your typical Sandler flick though. I enjoyed all the 80's references and gaming references but it's no Wreck it Ralph. So much potential gone to waste

Joy H (ag)

El;vis Presley is not an actor, but you can't resist going to see his movies

Katy M (ru)

it's Cirque de Soliel - you want to see the performance not a close up of the audience faces, nor the feet of the angel as she walks across a tight rope, nor the bum of the guys in the giant rings - you want to see the whole performance not ten seconds from a mile away followed by ten seconds of close up, The performers are ace, the camera people and editors should be fired, out of a canon, across the stage. The acrobatics are amazing, the costumes are wonderful, the skill of the performers is breathtaking but what a shame it was filmed and edited by a couple of drunks with poor eye sight

Kunal J (fr)

FOR IT!!. . Just like how we witnessed the works of Sir "David Lean". such scenes establishes this 3 hour long epic as a stand out cinema making. . . . Scenes when he speaks to the Farmer or when he buys a glass of water from a kid who's selling in the station in exchange of a dime. In the tryst of this journey, the true story enraptures with the realization of the very facts ad grass root realism about India. Shahrukh Khan transforms his Lover Boy persona to an "NRI cum Son" who wants to get back his Nanny. Perhaps, one of finest movies to have rolled out from Bollywood in recent times. CINEMA MAKING AT ITS BEST !!! 5/5One doesnt comes across such Bollywood films so often

Lilo C (us)

This is one of the Movies I would never forget, expecially a specific Scene, that I cried my eyes off and still makes me sort of sad when I think back. Yeah I know not a Kid Movie, though I have been watching War Movies since I was a teenage or maybe younger. I was about 12 or something. Decades since I watched the Movie. Have to go dig. I am ashamed to say I dont know much about the Sobibor Story except the Movie. Very Brutal. One of my First War Movie. . Agreed Shaz. . But the sheer realism is also what makes it such an important piece of filmmaking. In terms of realism it far surpasses Schindler's List, to the extent that it's quite frankly hard to sit through. This is one of the most terrifying accounts of the atrocities which took place during World War II

Matt M (ru)

I think it captivated Mandela's legacy

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