Baburao is a landlord in India, who is very near-sighted, and always in financial trouble. He has a tenant named Raja, who has not paid his rent for several months. He also has anther tenant named Shyam, who has come to the city to look for a job in his late father's place, but is unable to find employment. The three men quarrel amongst themselves frequently. Then one day, the three men get a phone call from a kidnapper named Kabira, and decide to make use of this phone call to overcome their financial problems - pretend to be the real kidnappers, increase the ransom amount, keep the incremental amount for themselves, and then give the original ransom demanded to Kabira. Will they get away with this idea?
Kathy P (us) wrote: My friend brought over the DVD for me to watch. What a disappointment, what a bore, nowhere near as good as the show I saw in Las Vegas. The story line moves way too slow and no enough music, little clips of music here and there. Waste of my time
Greg S (de) wrote: Documentary/clip show focusing on the steamy exploitation movies made in the Philippines in the 1970s (especially focusing on Roger Corman's women-in-prison series and the "Blood Island" horrors of schlock maestro Eddie Romero). Since it contains nothing but the best parts (i.e., topless women tied to a slab and threatened by a cobra, kickboxing midgets), for the most part its preferable to watching the originals.
Courtney K (es) wrote: it's not that bad; it's not that scary -- it's more about the people in the story rather than the paranormal, but it was fine if you don't mind low budget feeling films.
Heather M (gb) wrote: I am going to pass on this one.
Batesow T (au) wrote: Great family friendly movie
Kyle W (us) wrote: plot? any plot? any plot whatsoever? that would be a no. and the acting was aweful, almost non-existent at times once the film turned into a full fledged porn (which was about 5 minutes in). the over obsession with the ass is a little too senial for my liking. what most directors use nudity as a form of art, tinto brass uses as arousal method. this softcore turned hardcore porn was a dislike to many people around the world. and to me as well was just as worse a an emanuelle film, and those are the worst of the worst.
Crissy M (nl) wrote: I know that I watched it just recently. It wasn't Christmas (and I having to deal with Christmas when it isn't Christmas at all). I just hate badly done movies like this. The animation sucks. The voice-acting sucks. Don't subject your children to this. Plus! It's produced in part by Drew Barrymore who is the voice of Olive. I'm shocked this even was released.
Marshall C (gb) wrote: IT IS A DISAPPOINTMENTalthough it has great visuals,podracing section and very few action sequences (like 2 or 3) but the boring plot and the bad acting by every cast especialy by the kid( he is the worst thing ever existed) make this movie a large disappointment
Roxanne R (it) wrote: Good film about redemption and new beginnings! Matthew Modine stars as "Mac" McClain, an emotionally crippled attorney who's lost his faith in God and himself. That's when Mac reluctantly decides to take on one last case: a young man played by Randy Wayne, facing the death penalty for first-degree murder.But nothing can prepare Mac for the startling twists and turns of the ensuing trial, as the determined lawyer fights for justice and seeks a path to his own redemption. Recommended!
carey p (mx) wrote: even though this movie was made back in 1991...i never thought it would become part of my personal life in 2011!!!,,,,(wink!)..
E Nikole H (gb) wrote: The music and the story itself, so honest and beautiful. John Hughes could hardly disappoint me.
Damon T (ca) wrote: A missed, unforgettable gem.
Walter D (fr) wrote: Classic movie, very funny. Harry Morgan was great in this movie for the sheriff
Dave G (jp) wrote: 2004 televison film.... MUCH better
daniel m (br) wrote: Patrick Swazye and Jennifer Gray are a steller match-up in this american classic. The whole cast really fit there roles and serve as a great spotlight to this sensual and intimate story. And a fun fact is that in 1987 it was awesome and as it hits 30 years it is still a great favorite.
Rachel P (nl) wrote: My fav Tinker Bell flick so far!