Jahan Sati Wahan Bhagwan
Fated to die at the hands of a child, a demon wrecks havoc on the lives of the to-be parents.
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Dale B (fr) wrote: While I agree with the other reviewers who say this film has a clunky, cobbled together feel to it, I nevertheless found it entertaining in that cheesy way some films have of not quite totally succumbing to outright boredom or stupidity, even though there's very little in the way of plot to keep things totally on track. The fight scenes have a homemade look to them that would be laughable in, say, a western, but somehow manage, in this woebegone fantasy, to suggest that even the usually well-trained mercenaries have fallen on hard times under the regime of evil that has befallen the land. And, in comparison to bloated, drawn-out movies like adaptations of Harry Potter novels, this film fairly flies along in its breezy, unassuming approach to its ultimate battle between virtue and corruption. Given how few characters of any substance there ARE in this film, it's a bit like THE WIZARD OF OZ, without a yellow brick road or an emerald city per se, but with all the hallmarks of a coming-of-age, "journey" movie. In this case, the "Keeper" (or chosen one--think Luke Skywalker) must meet up with a veteran swordsman (think Obi Wan Kenobi and/or Yoda) who will teasingly release tidbits of information to keep the young man off balance as he learns more about himself and the challenges that will face him. While this sort of thing HAS been done much better, it's also been done much worse! That's why I'm giving it slightly more than a 50% rating.
Benjamin S (br) wrote: Not bad, especially for ultra-low budget. Torres, Schweikert and the rest worked hard to make the production value stand tall, and I think they succeeded. The story works well, and the strongest part of the film is its middle... The scene between Sarah and Mike (on the radio) while he's re-assembling his gear is really, REALLY nice. Way better than 90% of the material in this genre. The end I'm not as sure about, but surely a respectable effort and not even close to its low ratings here and on IMDB.B
James C (kr) wrote: I really don't remember buying this on DVD, in fact I think I've thrown it out a couple of times. It just keeps turning up again.
Sam M (nl) wrote: Incredible animation...great concept.
Martin J (ru) wrote: Japanese horror is in a class of it's own. Freeze Me (It's also called Freezer) is a movie about revenge for a horrible crime happening some years prior to this story. For a while the female lead-character had my sympathy, but as the movie progressed she got herself into something she couldn't get out of. Lot's of nudity in this flick, but not sleazy. This is not a movie for the faint-hearted.
kenneth s (kr) wrote: Saw this in the Theater back in 1994 with the family. We were all big Pauly shore fans. Movie was OK.
Robert A (jp) wrote: Really? Well, this was pretty dumb. Rather watch Puppetmaster or Child's Play, hahah! It was pretty silly though, I guess that's a plus.
Nicholas W (kr) wrote: This is quite an interesting film. Having seen three other Michael Crichton films (COMA, THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY, RUNAWAY) I was quite curious as to what this one would offer. While not remotely as good as the first two in the list above, it's not quite as overtly silly as RUNAWAY.The plot is quite basic to begin with: A plastic surgeon's patients who work in the modeling industry are being killed by someone. When he's targeted by police as the prime suspect, he takes it upon himself to protect the woman he believes to be next in line.As with all Michael Crichton films, this one has a very real sense of the technology involved. Much like RUNAWAY, he tried to predict the future of technology. Unlike RUNAWAY, much of what he predicted actually exists today. It's eerie to see, really.But I digress. The story becomes a standard sci-fi b-movie after a certain point, even taking on the guise of one of John Carpenter's lesser films by the last fifteen minutes. However, it does have its strong points.The whole film is a satire of the American obsession with beauty and entertainment. According to the statistics mentioned in the film, the average American watches fifty minutes of commercials in one day alone. We spend eight years in front of the television. And this was in 1981 so I have no doubt the numbers have risen.Another plus for the film is the obligatory Michael Crichton nudity. Back in the days when PG really meant "Parental guidance suggested" you could have nudity and slightly stronger violence in films. And this one clearly demonstrates that. While the nudity is limited to breasts and buttocks, it's quite surprising to see the amount of blood shed in the final scenes. I'd have probably given it an R for that, but that's just me.Also of note are the special effects. I love the gun. That's all I'm going to say. If you want to know more, watch the movie.All in all, it's not as entertaining as it could be (see RUNAWAY for mindless fun) but it's much more intelligent than that later film which I've mentioned four times at least. Definitely worth checking out.
Jayakrishnan R (us) wrote: 45%Saw this on 19/5/16Effectively crafted, well acted and some scenes have real intensity, however those scenes fail to connect with the plot of this film. Its convoluted for one reason, because it has no plot at all and no matter how you try to make sense to the movie, it either makes the plot too thin or leaves a lot of unanswered loopholes.