Widowed Govindi lives a poor lifestyle in Haripur along with two sons, Gungaram and Jumna. While Jumna is studious, Gungaram is the opposite, but has a good heart and decides to use his earnings to ensure his brother gets a decent education. After her employer, Hariram, accuses Govindi of theft, the shock kills her. After her passing, Gungaram works for Hariram while Jumna goes to the city to study and becomes a police officer. His first assignment is in Haripur, where he will be forced to confront Gungaram, who is now is the leader of a dreaded band of killer bandits.
- Stars:Dilip Kumar, Vyjayanthimala, Nasir Khan, Azra, Kanhaiyalal, Anwar Hussain, Nasir Hussain, S. Nazir, Leela Chitnis, Praveen Paul, Helen, Husn Banu, Ranjit Sood, Khwaja Sabir, Narbada Shankar,
- Director:Nitin Bose,
- Writer:Wajahat Mirza (dialogue), Dilip Kumar
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(ru) wrote: Great action and stunts, but the story feels like every other Jason Bourne movie.
(us) wrote: This has all of my favorite elements of a low-budget below B-movie horror flick " a cast of unknown actors and actresses, a rookie director, a budget of however many bills and coins said director could fit in both jeans pockets, and a film poster/DVD cover that quickly triggers a WTF reaction. The tagline, The Island of Dr. Moreau meets Hostel, should have had me running for the hills but I couldn(TM)t resist the cute and cuddly hillbilly porker with the pitchfork. Until tonight, I was a hogsploitation virgin and there(TM)s no purity in that.It seems those crazy scientists are doing the Devil(TM)s work again. This time, they(TM)re performing sick and twisted experiments, slicing and dicing up swine and then splicing their DNA with humans(TM) for the sole purpose of entertainment? The viewer is never given comprehensive details as to why there would be any intelligent purpose to create a porcine-human mutant and it(TM)s probably for the best, considering there is no reason convincing enough. Lo and behold, the lab(TM)s dubious creatures end up slaughtering their creators and abandoning the compound they(TM)d been confined to in favor of a nearby abandoned farm. He-pig and she-pig and their mischievous midget son have quite a mean streak, taking delight in abducting poor folks who have the misfortune of traveling through them their parts.A trio of band members, Mark, Travis, and Tom, Travis(TM)s ditzy and well-endowed groupies, and Valerie, the band(TM)s manager, are kidnapped and made to await their demise in chickenwire prisons. The movie is tolerable up to this point, thanks to some good suspenseful, nail-biting scenes, and of course, healthy doses of blood-soaked innards and dismembered limbs. What destroys Squeal is the insufferable screaming, bawling, and the God-awful, over-emphasized hyperventilating from all but one of the characters. At some point, the director has a duty to step in and squeeze two fingers together in a gesture that says, Tone it down, waaaaay down.?Other than that, the make-up (aka a pig nose and body hair) is decent, the acting is not that bad, and the DIY special effects are decent. A lot of the gore and violence is shot right outside the camera(TM)s view and, besides a brief sex scene and a pair of naked knockers, this is something one would expect to see on the Chiller channel late at night. Even though I rated it low, this was a hundred times better than I expected it to be and is actually more watchable than most of the drivel on the SyFy channel. I(TM)ve seen worse movies, horror or otherwise, with a much higher budget. Michael Bay, anyone?
(es) wrote: George Lucas' company ILM proves to be a match for Pixar with their first animation, a dazzling fun ride that is also an entertaining homage to Westerns and the Italian spaghetti subgenre, deliciously subverting the figure of the anti-hero in a story with many welcome references.
(es) wrote: Not excited to see it but it will be one of those disturbing films to tell your friends about.
(fr) wrote: Don't expect too much and you won't be disappointed. Terry Crews' brief apprearance was memorable.
(kr) wrote: This is one of the most interesting films from Pixar to me, mainly in terms of the basic story. It's very interesting. I really love the main character Remy. He's so passionate and talented. I'm always impressed with how much he knows about cooking. I like Linguini, although he's not that interesting to me. Colette on the other hand, I love. She's so feisty and hardworking. The animation is so good, and the atmosphere is great too. The way Paris looks in this movie is beautiful. The film also has good comedy and nice drama. I also really like the scenes in which Remy is talking to imaginary Gusteau. I really like the food critic Anton Ego. He has a great design. There are few problems I have with the film. Again, I like Linguini, but I just found him kind of bland. Though I do like him and Remy's relationship, I felt that it could've been stronger. I also found Skinner to be boring, though kind of funny. I really wanted to know more about the rest of the staff. They actually have pretty interesting backstories. My most favorite part of the film is the ending. I love the review that Ego writes. It is so thought-provoking and deep. The ending is bittersweet with the restaurant getting closed, but Remy and company opening a bistro. I think these two elements, along with a lovable main character, a good story, great atmosphere, great animation, and good laughs make, to me, Ratatouille a good, strong movie. It has problems, but the good stuff is worth seeing. It's one of my favorites from the studio. Ratatouille is a delicious delight that I'll definitely return to in the future.
(es) wrote: Not bad. Two dads try there best.
(au) wrote: A charming little film starring TV's Ugly Betty about a young woman dealing with her own ambitions and an overbearing mother and family who intend on keeping her at home
(it) wrote: Richard Burton is just phenomenal. That's the first thing that comes to my mind when I think of this film. Such a glorious performance as Henry VIII, with depth and range that totally impresses me. In the first act I was concerned that Genevieve Bujold was going to bring down the whole film with her performance as Anne Boleyn, but when she makes the transition and gets the taste for power this film really takes flight. There are certainly moments that get a little hokey and over-dramatized, but I enjoyed it since this is a very melodramatic plot. The twists and turns of their relationship is great, and I love all the political maneuvering that they use against each other. Anne of the Thousand Days is like a grand costume drama that feels like Shakespeare. Even though I had some familiarity with the story, it seemed they kept surprising me with how it would play out. All the people behind the scenes with different motives kept the story interesting and I was engaged throughout. Naturally, as anyone who knows the story of Anne Boleyn could predict, this film does not end on the most uplifting note. Ordinarily I wouldn't love that kind of conclusion, but they managed to create a way for there to be a sense of hope in the final scenes, not an easy task. In fact it almost ends on a cliffhanger, which is kind of unique in this style of film. I was skeptical of Anne of the Thousand Days in the beginning, but it won me over. I would recommend this film to people who enjoy a good period drama, because I thought the cast really delivered something special.
(it) wrote: A lot of psychological thrillers lately has sure got inspiration from this movie.
(mx) wrote: A lighthearted comedy that shouldn't be ignored.