Jayantabhai is a street-thug and small time gangster, who unexpectedly falls in love with his enemy, who is Simrin. A romantic caper about how people unknowingly fall in love with people they least expect to. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Shirleigh K (kr) wrote: Fussier than it needs to be, but still worth watching.
April N (br) wrote: Every American should see this movie. A wake up call for all who love this country.
She P (br) wrote: what the heck is this
Angela S (mx) wrote: Yasmin used to call everyone a buffalo in year 7, that was funnnny!
Scott C (es) wrote: This sounds like the sort of movie I'd love, but it just didn't grab me. I know it has quite a following, so I am curious and wouldn't mind seeing it again.
Wes S (jp) wrote: Spontaneous Combustion doesn't have much going for it. A jumbled plot with messy twists and confusing science. The effects aren't terribly great, and the ending is rather meh. It does, however, have Brad Dourif in a big role who plays it greatly. Plus, it does get interesting at times.
Justin E (br) wrote: Umberto Lenzi takes a break from his cannibal atrocities to spin a tale of radioactively mutated psychos on a blood guzzling killing spree. a departure from the usual zombie fare being churned out in the early 80s. fast paced with a haphazard plot and a confusing dream within a dream climax. but if you can get past that and the sometimes abysmal acting, there's lots of cheesy fun to be had. released in north america in a heavily censored form as "city of the walking dead". track down the uncut dvd.
Ryan C (us) wrote: A great film, pitting the good nature of man against the Devil played brilliantly by Claude Rains.
Michael D (br) wrote: Acting. Otherwise, no.
Cristian S (ag) wrote: ye scoundrels you have no idea of valuing movies
Adrian N (gb) wrote: Yes, I am aware that it is Christian-themed, and that the story is probably something we have seen hundreds of times before. However, To Save a Life should be applauded for not getting too preachy to getting its message across while also portraying the ugliness of reality to make its message more realistic, something Sherwood Pictures should take note of. 6.0/10