Rana Vikram Singh has two sons, police officer Rajesh and fun-loving playboy Amar. Rajesh has gone through a traumatic experience of losing the girl he loved when she succumbed to drug addiction. He vows to fight this menace.

Rana Vikram Singh (Amrish Puri) has two sons, Rajesh (Feroz Khan), a police officer and Amar (Anil Kapoor), a fun-loving playboy. Rajesh has gone through a traumatic experience of losing ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Farah R (ca) wrote: While plodding in some parts, A Kind Of Murder is a thrilling crime story with an exquisite aesthetic. Everything from the actors to the score, and even the dialogue felt a lot like an Agatha Christie novel. It builds suspense and ambiguity right to its dramatic finale which I found tremendously enjoyable.

Christie H (de) wrote: totally creeped me the f**k out!

Tyler P (au) wrote: Se regarde mais c'est tout.

Therese T (kr) wrote: tragic and kind of funny and really really good. but i had to cover my eyes for a couple of the more graphic medical scenes.

Jude P (jp) wrote: History says everything and this movie sure made a contribution. Luke is at his best !

Tommy K (au) wrote: Despite some flaws in the time travel story and plenty of underdeveloped family members, the movie manages to make up for those problems by way of clever humor, decent computer animation, and a poignant moral. A major step-up from Chicken Little.

Juliana P (gb) wrote: QUE IMPREDECIBLE. MUY BUENA!

Johan F (ag) wrote: 5/10. A typical action comedy.

Jared M (gb) wrote: Come on guys, you have to take this movie with a grain of salt. First, it's Mortal Kombat, so yeah. Second, they follow the general plot line fairly good actually, but in the movie it is done out terribly. Actors sounding like they're reading the script will make it seem like the plot is worse than it actually is. For 1997, the graphics aren't TERRIBLE. Nowadays they're pretty bad. Overall, it's low budget as hell, so you should know that coming in. P.s. When Sonya and Jax are fighting random people a demon comes out of nowhere and Jax punches it for 5 seconds and goes back in the ground. So unneeded and the demon thing looked terrible

Vernon G (nl) wrote: The plot went nowhere, the acting was terrible and I gave it an extra star only for the great music (Bob Seger, Joe Cocker, .38 Special)

Levi W (ru) wrote: I used to watch this kind of stuff on the History Channel. Without a contiguous story line, it inevitably put me to sleep. The events, other than stupid romantic drama, are fairly accurate as are the names. There is a great deal of actual footage in this movie as well. If you ever feel in the mood for a WW2 semi-non-fiction, this one isn't bad.

Eric B (mx) wrote: "Welcome Danger" has the dated weaknesses of its time, with a creaky sound mix (most of the film has no musical score) and a barrage of Chinese stereotypes (opium, fireworks, laundries). Lloyd plays a botanist-turned-policeman hot on the trail of a Chinatown drug ring in San Francisco, but he's also keen to woo a sweet ingenue with a sick little brother. The film is grossly overlong, doesn't have enough laughs and milks some ideas to death. Fingerprints, for instance. And you've never seen so many people get conked on the head. (Why is always so easy to knock people unconscious in the movies?) Watch for a surprising moment in the final act when the score is finally prominent and strays into the famous theme of Alfred Hitchcock's TV show.

Shane S (br) wrote: Mel is in fine form here. This is a violent revenge piece. Really good film.