Hum Se Hai Zamana
Years after the wealthy Thakur (Kamal Kapoor) had one of his employees killed for protesting unsatisfactory working conditions, the victim's sons return with their widowed mother to seek justice. Meanwhile, Thakur's daughter Nisha refuses to marry the man her father has picked out for her and has instead fallen in love with one of the vengeful sons. Mithun Chakraborty, Zeenat Aman and Danny Denzongpa co-star.
- Stars:Zeenat Aman, Major Anand, Beena Bawa, Mithun Chakraborty, Bob Christo, Danny Denzongpa, Seema Deo, Sarita Devi, C.S. Dubey, Jezebel, Kamal Kapoor, Pinchoo Kapoor, Amjad Khan, Viju Khote, Kim,
- Director:Deepak Bahry,
Tired of his older wife and son, the Thakur re-marries a much younger woman, and throws his wife and son out of his palatial house. His employees, led by Kalicharan, go on a strike, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: The Purge tries and fails to make a satire film by not only using wrong plot points, but also taking itself way to seriously, making it bland and utterly annoying to watch.
(es) wrote: Again a family entertainer from Renjith. well paced and intelligent script....Wonder, is the characterization bit loose , lacking some more clarity...Or Is it just me....
(ru) wrote: So amazing... Run don't walk to you video store.
(mx) wrote: Another Miyazaki flick to enjoy! Absolutely outstanding animation hand-drawn. As for the story may be a little bit off places some places, but I digress. This film is very enjoyable to watch for all ages to come. This movie is simply cute! Love, it's very strong and is very strong in this film and I like it. Grade 8.5/10
(it) wrote: i thought this movie was okay im not gonna say it was bad cause it wasnt :)) i liked it cuz most of the guys were hotttt woowoot!!! haha loved it muah!!
(it) wrote: It's alright, but not as good as the original
(ag) wrote: Good story with uplifting principles in realistic (yet dramatic) situations.
(jp) wrote: great film from spike!
(ag) wrote: Had potential to stand up alongside the likes of 'True Romance' and 'Wild at Heart' but falls far from the mark. Barrymore and LeGros are unconvincing and I felt Davis was continually trying to tone down the more interesting aspects of Matthew Bright's script.
(ag) wrote: I remember this on USA Up All-Night
(us) wrote: Gives a meaning to longevity.
(ru) wrote: A non-stop spectacle of joke after joke after joke after joke. WHich would sometimes make it seems less linear as a plot but that doesn't matter too much. What really matters are the timing of the jokes and how they're delivered. And man do these actors know how to deliver these lines.
(nl) wrote: Had to see what the hype was all about...yeah, we have some big time DELIBERATE human suffering, oppression and exploitation in our recent past. You know the truth was far worse than one man's graphic movie.
(au) wrote: This is the first movie I saw with famous french actress Brigitte Bardot and it won't be my last. She steals the screen with her beauty and fiesty acting. Otherwise, this movie was boringgggg. Westerns just aren't my thing.
(au) wrote: "A bit silly"?! Granted, there's no naked bear wrestling...
(br) wrote: Enjoyable but far from a masterpiece, Cat Ballou focuses on the titular character (Jane Fonda) and her attempt to avenge the death of her father at the hands of evil Tim Strawn (played by Lee Marvin) with the help of several acquantices including the alcoholic and worn-out Kid Shelleen (also played by Marvin). Marvin's dual-performance as both the hero and villain is a clever scenario that essentially brings what the film needs to save it from becoming a typical-cliched western and additionally succeeds at showcasing Marvin's bravura versatility, even if his Oscar victory for this film brings in some debate as to whether it was really deserving of such an award. A few more gunfights might have helped as well as a bit more usage of Marvin (either character would be fine) who doesn't appear until the first 20 minutes, but nevertheless a good film to watch in the afternoon.
(jp) wrote: he wasn't a handsome man, he didn't have money , he didn't have strength But only he had a heart.
(ag) wrote: A suspenseful and ultimately creepy creature feature.
(mx) wrote: Kevin Smith(TM)s self-distributed passion project Red State? is a swift change of pace for the writer/director, as he curves away from straight comedy toward an indefinable genre mash-up of horror, action and religious and political satire. There are some laughs sprinkled here and there, but not the kind Smith is known for. Red State? can be split into two separate movies. The first half follows three horny teenagers (Michael Angarano, Nicholas Braun & Kyle Gallner) who meet a woman online, and decided to drive out to middle of nowhere to meet with her for sex. These kids live in a town that is plagued by a radical religious group a la the real life Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kansas, called the Five Points Church. It is run by Pastor Abel Cooper (Michael Parks), a man of fire and brimstone who delivers a chilling sermon in his first scene, reassuring the rest of the Cooper clan of his undying devotion to God.I fear God,? Abel tells his family. You better believe I fear God,?The three teenagers travel to Cooper(TM)s Dell, the center of worship for the Five Points Church, to get lucky, but are unexpectedly drugged and taken prisoner by the Cooper family. Abel believes the lecherous teens deserve to die, and he runs his church on a firm belief in cleansing the earth of those who he sees as sinners. Brutal images follow, as we experience the full cruelty of Abel Cooper and his family, on their captive sinners. Other members of the Cooper family include Abel(TM)s daughter, Sara (Oscar winner Melissa Leo), and granddaughter Cheyenne (Kerry Bish (C)).A slip up in the Cooper(TM)s plans for the teenagers, in which a Sheriff(TM)s deputy gets shot, leads to an all out shooting war between the Cooper family and an ATF squad led by Agent Joseph Keenan (John Goodman) stationed outside the church. The big shootout makes up the second, and more action-packed movie within Red State.?As Abel Cooper, Parks gives yet another fascinating performance. The character actor often plays supporting roles in Quentin Tarantino films, such as Kill Bill? and the exploitation extravaganza Grindhouse.? Parks is always memorable for his particular delivery, and as cool a screen presence as you can get. In Red State,? he creates a more sinister character than he has ever played before.Smith(TM)s films have always been structured around dialogue driven scenes, punctuated by blunt profanity and a strange sincerity that has become a trademark of Smith(TM)s best work, including Chasing Amy? and Clerks.? Unfortunately, little of that sincerity can be seen here, except in one crucial scene where Goodman(TM)s character discusses human nature to his superiors. The angle Smith takes to satirize and exploit religious fanaticism is an interesting one that could have very well worked.But the potential offered by the set up of Red State? is literally shot full of holes in the second half, when the second amendment is heavily invoked in lieu of a more thoughtful, sincere approach to the material. Instead, what we get is a prolonged standoff during which a lot of people are killed, and few lessons are learned. Red State? was shot in 25 days, and proves to be Smith(TM)s most visually impressive work yet " Smith and his cinematographer, Dave Klein used the RED digital camera system. The director(TM)s ambitions are admirable, it is just a shame that something more interesting couldn(TM)t quite get off the ground here. His religion comedy Dogma? probably pushed more buttons than this did, assuming he was trying to push buttons here.Smith has stated that his $5,000 effects budget held him back from creating the film he originally envisioned. The film inches towards a higher level of fascination in the second half, and then draws back again, revealing the restrictions that the director has discussed. Because of Smith(TM)s decision to distribute Red State? himself, the film was not given an official theatrical release, but was made available through video-on-demand formats in September.
(de) wrote: excellent film. deNiro at his versatile best. leo dicaprio shows hes no slouch either...