Hero (Salman Khan) loves Rani (Rani Mukerji), but she doesn't. Hero, meanwhile, is a loyal worker at A-Z, a courier company helm ed by baddie Khanna (Shakti Kapoor). The man actually distributes drugs around the city, the Tough cop Inspector Vishal (Arbaaz Khan) arrives in the city and starts trailing Hero whom he suspects to be involved in the racket. But the poor unsuspecting Hero is innocent. So when he stumbles upon the truth, Khanna has him bumped off. At the same time, he manages to shoot Vishal in the heart. A heart transplant takes place and Hero's heart is given to Vishal. Hero's spirit comes back to avenge his death, but only Vishal can see him. Since Hero's heart beats for Rani, it is only natural for Vishal to fall in love with Rani. And fortunately, she too falls in love with him.
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Ola G (it) wrote: Al Simmons (Michael Jai White), a military soldier/assassin, is betrayed by Jason Wynn (Martin Sheen), the head of a covert government agency. Wynn assigns Simmons a mission to take out a Bio-Chem plant in North Korea while ordering his top assassin, Jessica Priest (Melinda Clarke), to assassinate him. After Simmons dies from a gas fire caused by Wynn, he arrives in Hell, where Malebolgia, the Devil, offers him a Faustian deal. If Simmons becomes his eternal servant and leader of his army in Armageddon, he will be able to return to Earth to see his fiance, Wanda Blake (Theresa Randle). Simmons accepts the offer and is returned to Earth. When he returns, Simmons learns that five years have passed. Wanda is now married to his best friend, Terry (D. B. Sweeney), and living the life he longed for, including the daughter he never knew, Cyan. He encounters a strange clown-like demon called The Violator (John Leguizamo), who acts as a guide, setting "Spawn" onto the path to evil. He also meets a mysterious old man named Cogliostro (Nicol Williamson), a fellow Hellspawn who freed his soul and now fights for Heaven. Wynn has become a high-class weapons dealer and developed the ultimate biological weapon, "Heat 16". During a reception, Simmons attacks Wynn, kills Jessica, and escapes, instinctively using Spawn's strange armor. Following Simmons' attack, The Violator convinces Wynn to have a device attached to his heart that will trigger the worldwide release of Heat 16 should his vital signs flatline. The device is supposedly a safeguard against assassination attempts, but Malebolgia actually wants Simmons to kill Wynn and trigger the apocalypse..."Spawn" is loosely based on the comic book of the same name, by Todd McFarlane and published by Image Comics. The film received negative reviews from film critics. According to Rotten Tomatoes reviews: "Spawn is an overbearing, over-violent film that adds little to the comic book adaptation genre." One of the few positive reviews was from Roger Ebert, who awarded the film 3 1/2 out of 4 stars. He ended his review with, "As a visual experience, Spawn is unforgettable." I have no insight into the comic, but I know of it and the character. The story is there for sure, but compared to how the movie companies produce comics into feature films these days, "Spawn" suffers from having a bit too "cartoony" feeling and the CGI is truly terrible at times. The acting is as well maybe a bit too theatrical/cartoony, but at the same time it doesnt feel totally out of place within the cartoon universe. For me the best part of "Spawn" is John Leguizamo as The Violator. He steals every scene he is in and the production crew really managed to make this character come alive with great makeup and outfits. So if they manage to finally make a sequel to "Spawn", they will hopefully have the money to get some really good CGI and blow our minds on the screen.
Becca A (br) wrote: Lay All Your Love On Me!!
Shinta P (fr) wrote: was stupid they should stop on the first movie
Jesse M (de) wrote: This movie has no latest ground Opening the Fail Attempt to Underrated Disney Movies than Treasure Planet, There a few Pranmance movie with few Clumsy story and Boring Animation for the second the only wrong there aren't underrated the Box office Performance is cost it not bombing, L give it Atlantis the lost empire is still not underrated and alway good time no alcohol require.
Auttie R (au) wrote: One of the weirdest films, that I have ever seen. Way too many "bowel" references, for my comfort!
Wes S (it) wrote: It's zany fun. There isn't much of a plot, but somehow it's neat to follow Schlock around. The characters are corny and the acting is purposely bad. While the dumbness does numb the humor some, there are still laughs throughout. It'll make a great double-feature with Attack of the Killer Tomatoes.
Arjun A (au) wrote: I remember this movie pretty well, and the romance is very powerful.
Nick W (es) wrote: Greatest peplum of them all!
Daniel K (de) wrote: This was very strange. I don??t think I??ve ever seen a High School depicted in a silent film before. At the outset, it was almost like watching a modern teen flick. Both sides seem pretty ridiculous at the beginning, but the pro-religious faction seems much more so and only get worse as the film progresses. The juvenile penitentiary definitely does not seem like the kind of place one would hope to end up. This film doesn??t mind beating one over the head with it either, which usually does not make for the best films. This is one is not terribly well-rounded or engaging. The second half is a bit better than the first, but on the whole the film feels far too dated. A good silent (or talkie) picture is timeless; this one is not even close.