Vishwanath is a multi-millionaire industrialist, who lives in a palatial house, with his only chid, a son named Vijay. Vijay has been literally born with a silver spoon in his mouth, and indulges in life's temptations and weaknesses to the extreme. Vishwanath would like his son to get married and be responsible. Vijay agrees to get married on condition that his future bride sign an agreement that the marriage is on a trial basis for one year, and thereafter is Vijay does not fall in love with her, the marriage gets annulled. Vishwanath asks his personal assistant, Megha, to quit her job and marry Vijay, but Megha refuses. Megha comes from a poor family, consisting of her mom, two other sisters, and one brother. Written by Shrikant
Writer:Jainendra Jain (dialogue), Bhupati Raja (story)
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Ian C (ag) wrote: On 6 December 1995 in Essex , three drug dealers were slain in a range rover. The consequences of this have been three of the shittest films ever made. Rise of the Footsoldier (2007) was pure wank but it had the comic genius of Craig Fairbrass and Alan Curbishley lookalike Terry Stone to make it that bad it was watchable. This event was again recycled and re-produced in 2010's Bonded by Blood. Another pointless remake, but once again comedy gold from Stone (who plays the exact same role in Rise of the Foot Soldier, just has a different wig :D ) and Tamer Hassan transforms this pile of pig spunk into comic masterpiece. Fast forward three years and we have another Essex Boys flick. This makes the previous two efforts look liek The Godfather 1 &2. An annoying voice over that is GBH to the ears and an awful cast, particularly the three main villians, who look like they arrived straight from special needs school.
Richard S (de) wrote: This is a touching and hilarious story about modern relationships that sticks with you. Ben Kutchin's cinematography uses the weather to pull you into the lives of five loosely connected people in some of the most profound ways. The way the cast is revealed is as powerful as the solid and unpretentious acting. Don't be surprised if this straight forward story leaves you speechless.
David F (it) wrote: Inspiring and thought-provoking, probably only to who is acquainted with the basics of psychoanalytical theory.
Paul D (au) wrote: An inventive premise for a rom-com given the timescale of events, whether an instant relationship can be this ideal and special in such a short space of time is debatable.
Sophie D (au) wrote: My main problem with this film is the story itself. The whole thing seems distasteful. On top of that, Garfield's acting leaves something to be desired, which is something uncommon with the actor.
Dusty L (fr) wrote: The film isn't perfect in terms of depth or deep engaging storytelling, but the humor and characters carry the movie for an entertaining ride from start to finish.
Michael C (au) wrote: Films like this and Taken raise awareness of human trafficking. According to this film, human trafficking is third after illegal drugs and arms sales.
Shane G (ru) wrote: I enjoyed this movie. Acting was good, i could relate to the main actor and how he ends up spirraling further and further into paranoia. The whole trying to right past wrongs and fighting your destiny also appealed to me. Guy Pearce chooses some strange movies but I think he is a fine actor who doesn't get enough credit.
Marcus W (it) wrote: As revenge-sploitation films go, it's surprisingly good.
Gregory W (au) wrote: good stuff these two r the italian hepburn & tracy
Brandon S (de) wrote: George Barry's shelved masterpiece Death Bed: The Bed that Eats, also slurps, chews, and moans. Death Bed was made in '77 and then sat on a shelf til it was released in '03, now on DVD in all it's werid glory. The film is about a bed that some demon cried on after his girl died, since demons cry blood the tears brought the bed to life. Surprisingly not as bad as I expected it to be, the death scenes in which the bed slowly oozes all over it's victim and then sucks them in looks fairly good. Also it's short so the pacing is accurate in this lost cult classic.
danny d (ca) wrote: one of the great samurai films of all time. it takes a small hit because of a very slow start, but once the film picks up steam it is marvelous. nakadai is brilliant as always, the cinematography is sensational, and the locations are beautiful providing the perfect mood of serenity for the story. this film would not have worked as well were it not shot in deep winter, but once the mood is set it captures the soul. great film.
Chris K (de) wrote: There is no way to really describe this film. There has never been anything else like it and there probably never will be. It's very difficult to inject so much sentiment into a film and have it work. I can only think of this, Pollyanna, and Little Lord Fauntleroy. I'm forgetting a few, but my point is that it's rarely done well. This is one of them.
Andrew B (it) wrote: Not that good. PSH is great, but overall it's not worth the watch.
Michael V (es) wrote: Paul Walker is one of the worst actors of all time but fortunately that doesn't effect the overall feel of this movie. It's a solid time travel movie. It's paced well and the actual time travel device is really cool. The final large scale battle (think opening of Gladiator) is fun and action packed. Check this out.
forcebucket B (nl) wrote: I don't like old movies, but I loved this one. It's even better if you read the backstory about the rival actresses in the lead roles.