"Sundari Tota" (The garden of Love) is inhabited by the tribal people. The landlord Rashbihari Samanrai , who owned the "Sundari Tota" inclined to donate the same land to Sadhu Baba for ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
"Sundari Tota" (The garden of Love) is inhabited by the tribal people. The landlord Rashbihari Samanrai , who owned the "Sundari Tota" inclined to donate the same land to Sadhu Baba for ...
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mabuken s (it) wrote: "never leave without saying i love you"
bill s (br) wrote: A rather poor man's Road Warrior on the water......silly but it has it's moments.
Tim H (jp) wrote: Least favourite flick in the series, this one seems a letdown after the high of part 2.
Cronis M (gb) wrote: Some moments of character-historical interest in this franchise save this film from failure.
william m (mx) wrote: Grotesque and confusing, but leaves a lasting impression and commentary that is still relevant today.
Birte Valkyrje R (gb) wrote: A sweet 50's musical.
Daniel K (es) wrote: 1.5: I find it a bit hard to believe that Busby Berkeley had anything to do with this. It is probably one of the worst 1930's-era Hollywood musicals I've ever seen, if not the absolute worst. I ended up waiting for almost the entire film for something that never arrived. I figured the only possible way this could be worth seeing would be the Berkeley set piece in the third act, but I was mistaken. The only portion of the film that was moderately entertaining was the portion with the chorus girls twirling the flags. This was a poor excuse for a Berkeley set piece though, as his best work is beautiful and revelatory, while I barely noticed this routine even at its height. I can't imagine anyone being a fan of Dick Powell and Joan Blondell isn't exactly my favorite either. The story is pretty bare bones and would only have worked with better leads, better music, and much better dance sequences.
Bridget C (br) wrote: Constructivist graphic design come to life. Plus revolution!
Andrew G (nl) wrote: Many unnecessary subplots, characters we don't like or care about, horrendous directing, stupid dialogue, formulaic, over stylized, and possibly the worst villain in action history (at the very least, the worst acted), but it's an action movie. And there's plenty of action. As for the acting, if Elba wasn't in the movie I don't think I would've been able to make it to the end.
James G (it) wrote: I'm looking forward to the sequel - Wrath of the Film Company Executives. Bet they went ape-shit after spending all that money on such a boring, uninspired film. What a wasted opportunity.