Hum Panchhi Ek Daal Ke

Hum Panchhi Ek Daal Ke

Rajendra Mehra is the only child of Rai Bahadur Kailalshnath, and studies in a school along with Nandu, Mehmood, Chatpat, Guru, and others. He decides to go on an outing with them, ...

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  • Release:1957
  • Language:Hindi
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Rajendra Mehra is the only child of Rai Bahadur Kailalshnath, and studies in a school along with Nandu, Mehmood, Chatpat, Guru, and others. He decides to go on an outing with them, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Filippo V (ag) wrote: Il ritmo dinamico e frenetico rende la visione tutto sommato apprezzabile, piena di azione e scene movimentate. Alcune scene sono un po' forzate e il film in generale presenta una serie di scelte a dir poco discutibili, ma tutto sommato nel complesso merita una piena sufficienza per il suo stile frizzante e la grande facilit con cui intrattiene una vasta gamma di pubblico.

SAX (au) wrote: I've always liked Lundgren, kinda low budget affairs in the same vein as Van Damme... usually set in Europe somewhere which is always a good point for me too and this with no exception is set in Russia... cool!Great views... good action... wooden acting and lots of blood splattering fun!A great way to while away a saturday nite of dvd viewage!

Jinnie M (gb) wrote: the intensity of this film took my breath away. it depicted a village in iraq during the weeks prior to usa troops arriving. the village has got few adults as hussains troops have killed them. meanwhile the children left behind try to earn a living by defusing landmines. the film is moving. inspiring.heart warming and hard hitting. only watch it if you have a box of tissues and you can cope with the after effects of witnessing a brutal insight into the effects of saddams regime.

Bloodmarsh K (ru) wrote: Piss poor remake of a classic, made for kids who never heard of James Stewart or Hardy Kruger - and the saddest part is, they didn't even like it. But this one does have the ''great'' Hugh Laurie... #sarcasm

Bill G (au) wrote: The only thing more stomach-churning and vomitous than the Ben Affleck/Jennifer Lopez real-life romance is the Ben Affleck/Jennifer Lopez movie. And BOY does "Gigli" deliver. Figure this out: JLo is a lesbian assassin with a heart of gold; Ben is a kidnapper with a heart of gold; and Lainie Kazan (of all people) is the mother with a heart of gold. Ben's kidnapping victim? A mentally retarded man with a heart of gold. Now come on, I'm all for the Hollywood "hooker with a heart of gold" tale, but "Gigli" is just ridiculous. These two hours of raw sewage were directed by Martin Brest, who had a Best Director Oscar nomination under his belt before taking on the Herculean task of trying to form a celluloid entertainment centered on Ben & JLo. Poor Martin. Thank Christ that Ben & JLo broke up, which guarantees no "Gigli" sequel. Of course the fact that it cost $54 million to make (half in salaries to the gruesome twosome) and had a WORLDWIDE gross of $5.6 million probably greatly reduces the odds of a "Gigli" sequel, as well. I would prefer Hollywood give $53.9 million to kids dying of cancer or disabled vets and then spend the other $100,000 on a "Girls Gone Wild" film set in San Quentin. Now THAT'S entertainment.

Jim r (es) wrote: It had some promise... "Brady Killer"? And William Shatner was generally very good in his role. However, I think there was too much whining by 30-somethings. Yes, there may be a lot of whiny 30-somethings out there, but does that mean I want to watch them in a movie? Ending was funny when Shatner was telling her to "spread them wider"... Ummm, you have to see it.

Jeffrey L (kr) wrote: Best described as a kid's movie, but still had some fun moments.

Linda B (us) wrote: An ideal film for a Sunday afternoon. Enjoyable

April W (ca) wrote: Good movie- could have gone a million places with it- feels slightly incomplete

Christian C (fr) wrote: "Three Days of The Condor" in 3 words: action-packed, thrilling and exciting! Admittedly, it doesn't strike much of a blow for 1970s feminism (cuz what woman wouldn't immediately jump into bed with a handsome man after a home invasion at gun-point and being chained to a toilet all day?! That's hot!), but if you get past the very dated sexism, politics and technology, it's quite an entertaining film.

Deadly V (jp) wrote: A taut psychological thriller!

Robbie N (kr) wrote: In my opinion, not as bad as that Epic Movie catastrophe, but it sure comes close to it. Don't ask me which people find joy in watching racial stereotypes, potty jokes and over use of dicks and such, Disaster Movie really does live up to it's name as a disaster in the world of parody films.

BJ W (de) wrote: It's very wacky (not always in a good way) and has some unfortunate wire work in a couple of places but other than that it's an enjoyable flick with some great fight scenes showing of Mark Dacascos' skills.It's worth watching just for Dacascos' ass kicking ability. Hell, scan through it to all the action scenes if you can't stand the rest of it, but the fights are worth checking out.

Phil H (jp) wrote: One of many straight to DVD films that Scott Adkins has churned out in between the odd big movie. This film seems to have gone down a few routes here, firstly its clearly a nod to classic Clint Eastwood 'the man with no name' films, there is a strong Mexican style spaghetti western vibe here. Secondly its clearly a Tarantino/Robert Rodriguez wannabe flick, the editing and general style is obvious. Thirdly it could be seen as a film project by Adkins to try and prove he's up and ready for a role in the next violent Tarantino/Rodriguez flick, cast me! cast me! And lastly it might just be a simple homage to all of the above, but I doubt that, riding on the coattails probably.In all honesty its not a bad film but its not good either. We spend the first ten minutes of the film watching Adkins trying to get a drink of water from all the local oddballs in town. Then we spend another ten minutes or so watching this really annoying young girl trying to steal Adkins bag of cash. This happens not once but numerous times, its annoying, time wasting, for Christ's sake just look after your flippin' bag dude!Most of the film is forgettable except for one gun battle sequence slap bang in the middle. I can't deny I was impressed with this, it was awesome! spectacular in its bloody bullets to the head violence. A touch of kickboxing from Adkins but mainly a rollicking gun fest as he pops bullets in a stream of bad guys whilst running around tight squalid alleyways. It is a real adrenaline rush I kid you not, lots of bloody squibs and absurdity as he takes out blokes with a shotgun that are well out of range I'm sure. The whole sequence plays out like a Call of Duty online game actually, visually it has that frantic wham-bam feel plus Adkins goes around picking up weapons from guys he's just taken out, one after another.The other CoD inspiration if you ask me is that all the bad guys have this gangland war paint on their faces in the form of a simple skull motif. Their faces are white with black around the eyes and cheekbones giving that CoD: Ghosts appearance. The main bad guy looks the best of course, he also looks like a young Raul Julia too.It is a bit of a shameful artistic and stylistic rip off from various other sources but it still manages to hold together. Adkins isn't the best actor on the block by any means but he's a good action star as we know and his fights get more impressive with each film. The finale to this film is pretty damn awful I won't lie, it builds up to something massive but ends up a wet squib, very disappointing. Other than that I recommend watching for the gun battle midway through, its worth it, just try not to have an epileptic fit with all the flashy quick fire cuts and editing.

Dan K (es) wrote: If you're a diehard fan of Seymour Hoffman sure, otherwise not much more than a downer.