A wrongful conviction leads Romi to prison for 14 long years in jail, after his release he roams 8 long years being rejected by society and cannot find a job or assistance, then turns to violent crime. His gang is offered a large sum of money to smuggle national secrets out of the area, so he kidnaps a young child and forces her sister Roopa (Ameeta) to carry the goods. Roopa would rather die than become a traitor, loses control of her car and is cast into the river, washing ashore in the same village with Radha and Ram. Meanwhile, unemployed Kishore (Kishore Kumar) decides he will play detective to find the lost girl Radha and her sister, tracks her to the village and falls in love. Romi and his gang also track Roopa, and they flee to the city to save her sister, where Ram becomes employed as a wrestler. Romi tracks them down, kidnaps Radha, and realizes that it is his long lost family. He decides he will sacrifice himself to save them to show that his heart is still honest.
Chris W (de) wrote: Recommended by a good friend, this is an insightful, amusing, and rather fascinating documentary about the world of hair, specifically the hair of black women, and its important role in African American culture.Presented and narrated by comedian/actor Chris Rock, who decided to do this documentary after his young daughter asked him, "Why din't I have good hair?", Rock interviews a number of celebrities, business owners, and casual people as he tries to figure out the obsession with hair culture.It is amusing, but there are some serious undertones, specifically the incredibly dangerous effects of using various chemicals, specifically relaxer to give someone straight hair. There is some deeper subtext buried within the proceedings, but the film and Rock himself oddly shy away from asking the really important, but tough questions that really get to the hair of the issue, namely exactly why it is so important for black women to have 'white' hair.That's what keeps the film from being really great. It is a good intro to the subject, and it covers a lot of bases, but it really doesn't scratch the surface, and also neglects to look at parts of history that could have really given a lot more insight as well as answers. I personally want to know how Civil Rights and Black Power affected the hair issue, and see the development of why it evolved away from that. I'm okay with levity, but I think the film took too much of a diversion by putting a lot of focus on the ridiculously absurd hair competition, and not enough focus on the darker side of things. I mean yeah, the competition still reveals how big of an economic impact black hair makes on the hair care industry, but still, it gets pretty absurd. Overall though, I did like this. It is a very fascinating topic, and, despite the film's faults, I do think you should give it a watch. Rock does a decent job and tackling a rather tricky issue. I think Spike Lee could have given it the kind of treatment I was expecting, but then again, he may have taken it a bit too far for my liking in that direction as well. Anyways, give it a look. It's pretty decent.
Kristin J (ag) wrote: Has a very powerful and meaniful message to it that I think everyone should learn. Go rent this movie, its wonderful!
Matt G (br) wrote: Sometimes I don't think I should be trusted alone. The amount of guffawing I did during this movie is upsetting and can only speak to some sort of mental instability. Despite some cultural tone-deafness (child molester and gay jokes) and downright unfunny bits (matrix parody, 8 Mile stuff), this super silly spoof, with its unbelievable cast & mile-a-minute jokes, hits more than it misses (Nielsen as president, Signs send-ups).
Greg R (ru) wrote: Probably my least favorite Coen brothers film.
Marsha T (au) wrote: Despite my loving for Rik and Ade, Bottom was made a series and I think it should stay a series. This spin-off sort of flopped in the entertainment department as you can tell that the pair cannot really write a full 90min storyline (as the live shows are often improvised) as the story lacks in places. Nice to see Simon Pegg and Bill Nighy together before they done Shaun of the Dead though.
Isabelle W (ag) wrote: uma boa comdia, divertida.
doris c (kr) wrote: great !!! brilliant actor !!!
Ruochuan Marchi W (it) wrote: Look at all those "CRITIC REVIEWS FOR DIE ANOTHER DAY". remember, this was the last Bond Movie about the true 007 movie you expected. the Last movie that has cool gadget. then all these experts give great score the the guy who doesnt have a facial expression. what a shitty website
Diane S (ag) wrote: Brad Pitt's best movie role to date. He is epic in this tale and he and Anthony Hopkins performances are wonderful. A movie to see again and again.
Matthew D (kr) wrote: The Sweeney, what more can you say, allot of language and action, true Brit style of London.
Marten P (us) wrote: Reynor ist der hammer!
George G (es) wrote: I bought it and was a pretty good movie. Hope they change their mind and make another.