Jeena Hai Toh Thok Daal

Jeena Hai Toh Thok Daal

Four hell-raising outlaws travel to Mumbai to carry out a contract killing against the daughter of a media mogul. But when one of the friends falls in love with the intended target, his choices throw the gang's plan off course.

The horrid realities of underworld crime as well as the changing times of Bihar state. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Marie S (br) wrote: I liked it but its like all the other ones

Daphne O (kr) wrote: Bill Engvalland Jff Foxworthy are hilarious but I can't stand ron white

William Y (jp) wrote: A short, 14 minute film about the life of Canadian animator Ryan Larkin, done in very unique and effective animation.

Brad W (it) wrote: Something different but you could see this was definitely Craig becoming Bond. Intriguing story with a lot of twists. A bit disappointed with the ending.

Olga K (de) wrote: some interesting moments, but the purpose of the film/documentary is unclear. doesn't seem to be educational or a production of richard iii...really not sure what this was at all, but not horribly boring.

Craig M (gb) wrote: A little known 80's gem. If you don't see it, you're doomed.

Ryan B (br) wrote: While extremely corny at certain moments, this movie still has some great scenes. It's a total product of it's time, which makes it feel even more authentic. James Dean is really good in this even if some of his lines are a little goofy. Definitely a classic.

Ernie P (it) wrote: a classic film noir with themes still relevant today....Ricardo Montalban (perhaps better known as "Khan" to "Star Trek" fans) is terrific in this film....pretty violent, must have been extremely violent by 1949 standards....great story keeping the viewer interested from beginning to end....highly recommended.

Chris B (ru) wrote: this style is getting tired. nothing new brought to the genre.

Cody N (ru) wrote: It's one of the best documentaries ever made. The reason for that is it expressed the feelings of the whole era. It was very animus to what was going around the Vietnam War.

Matthew M (us) wrote: A fun and dazzling adaptation of a classic tale, Oz The Great and Powerful works as both a stand alone introduction as well as a prequel to the classic 1939 film - that only suffers from being somewhat overlong and a weak Mila Kunis performance.

Matthew M (us) wrote: A great subject for a documentary, with all sorts of weird creatures in an almost alien environment, then James Cameron just muddles it all to hell by taking that analogy way way way too far.