After the passing away of his wife (Sunita), Vijay brings up his two children, Bhishan and Charudatta, who want him to re-marry, and go around selecting a mother. They pick on Alka, who is a stage singer, and lives alone as a paying guest. Vijay and Alka approve of each other, get married, and go for a honey-moon. On the way back Vijay drives too fast, has an accident, and is killed. Alka does not have the courage to tell the children, so she hires Vijay's look-alike, a dreaded bandit and killer, Tiger, who agrees to impersonate Vijay for 30 days, make the kids hate him, then leave forever - for a sum of 3 Lakh rupees. Things do go according to plan, and the children do start hating their dad. But on the 30th day, Alka receives a phone call that the children have been kidnapped and the kidnapper is demanding a sum of 25 Lakh rupees. Watch and find out who abducted the children, and whether or not Tiger had a hand in this.
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Kabir d (gb) wrote: Strikingly unique, it's a music documentary with a story---Much more satisfying than "Once", the movie that spawned this masterpiece.
Koyote T (ag) wrote: The dialogue in this movie is juvenile. They tried to make the Blonde assassin sound ominous spouting Poe pros, but she says the phrases like they were just told to her off camera minutes before and poses as there she is going for a calendar pinup shot and not a deadly assassin. She obviously has never held a gun before, which is fine, but was not coached on how to hold them, so her deadly assassin scenes are spoiled by her Akimbo pistols pointing in every direction but at her target and with limp wrist to boot.There are elvis impersonators all over the movie, but at no point do we see anyone doing Elvis but the struggling Christian Slater. People walk around with Elvis costumes with no sense of rockabilly flavor anywhere.There is an attempt to use heated racial humor all throughout the movie, but it comes off with less spark than a Laffy Taffy joke. Characters are thrown into scenes with standard whip sound effects, paused zoom in and graphic, and racial and/or stereotype names given to them. The stereotype character names are the dumbest part of the movie: The Blonde, The Indian, Midget Elvis, Asian Elvis, and on, and on.There are serious or formerly serious actors all over the movie, but the acting is abysmal throughout the movie. Some of the actors, like "The Indian" and "The Blonde" bring bad acting with them whenever they are in front of a camera, but the unbelievably bad writing would make Liam Neeson look like a douche. This movie has the impression that it was written one weekend and filmed the next.
Raja A (kr) wrote: Adultery demistified
Dillon K (mx) wrote: Objectified engages and illuinates the intricacies of the world through the lense of designers, bringing insight and illumination to the viewers.
Me (us) wrote: Funny, true to life and has a great ending.
Amanda H (kr) wrote: I love Gene Wilder, and I especially love cheesy horror comedy, but this is terrible. I can get past the fact that it was released in the 80s- some of my favorite movies of all time are cheesy products of the 80s. But the acting is terrible and there's nothing original at all about this. I was really excited to see it becase I had somehow managed to miss it all these years, but now I wish I hadn't bothered.
Lisa S (ca) wrote: It could have been scarier, but the ending makes up for it.
Jared L (fr) wrote: This movie is pretty dope.
Brad G (br) wrote: I love the trinity of Jim Brown, Burt Reynolds, and Raquel Welch (NUTTY!) but the film drags a bit in the middle.
Alexander N (jp) wrote: Good fun from John Carpenter. The second part with Stacy Keach is a 4 and a half star effort, and the third act is a solid 3 and a half, but the first drags. Well worth a watch. Good stuff.
St A (kr) wrote: Pretty much your typical sharksploitation flick (if that's even a genre), with rubbish acting (that's even worse when the film plays it straight) and lacking in plot. But the idea itself does lead to some funny death scenes.
Scott W (nl) wrote: SHUT UP!! Now, I LOVE this man, and there is NO WAY that I am giving him up to some two-faced, big haired, food critic!!!Favorite Julia Roberts and Cameron Diaz movie!