Kabir Lal is an alcoholic lawyer whose life is looking as if going down the drain. One morning he sees a stunningly attractive woman on a beach and is instantly enamored by her. By chance he sees her again in a restaurant and offers to buy her a drink. In the process he learns that her name is Sonia and she is married. Unable to resist, he asks her whether she would show him her home. It marks the beginning of a passionate affair, during which Kabir is told that Sonia's husband neglects her. But Sonia cannot leave him because she cannot support herself without her husband's money. Sonia suggests murder and Kabir, blind with lust, agrees. They manage to kill Sonia's husband and make it look like an accident, but then Kabir gets to see Sonia's other side: she no longer is the passionate lover as before, but is a cool-headed mean woman now who won't let go of her wealth at any cost.
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jay n (ru) wrote: Nowhere near a good movie but it's sweet natured in its way.
Robert M (jp) wrote: Probably my least favorite out of the series so far. Some of the ideas though we're a bit interesting, like how the alien race was on earth during human's very early years, and also how the revealing pyramids of Egypt came to be (honestly, you really wonder how they were built at the time). While this sequel to the previous action-packed thriller may have had an okay story, it was not all that well directed. The action goes a little to far (or at least feels like it if it hasn't compared to the first film) and seems to have enough military hardware to start, like World War III AND IV. Honestly, it's cool and all, and I really like these action thrillers, but sometimes it's just not all about the action or the cool sound effects itself that makes a good movie of it's genre. Long story short, I like these movies as cool visually-stunning fantasy war zones, but not as much in a "movie" type sense. Plus, Shia LaBeouf's acting is not the greatest in this one.
David L (br) wrote: Not much needs to be said about what happened on that day, but something deserves to be said about Greengrass's treatment of the event, taking air traffic controller & military personnel & putting them in a movie such as this that will hopefully be a reminder of how ill-prepared for a national crisis. I certainly hope watching this movie was a wake up call for the FAA/Military.
Brandon R (us) wrote: I'm going to come off as a pervert, but I don't care. Had Hayek's glorious nudity not been present, the movie would have been an utter waste of time.
Dennis L (jp) wrote: Just another one of those movies. Not too bad though
Barry C (gb) wrote: A comedy attempts to annoy you...
Melinda M (gb) wrote: It's the detectives that really make this movie entertaining.Upon investigating a murder:D1: Oh, your guitar is out of tune. Probably, has something to do with the bullet-hole in the back.D2: There's blood on your guitar!D1: A little vinegar will take that right out.D2: I'd use bleach.
James M (mx) wrote: Certainly one of my mum's favourite films. William Hurt & Marlee Matlin put in a couple of excellent performances and it's a good old fashioned tear-jerker. It's only pitfalls are that it plays out like a TV movie-of-the-week. It's better than that.
Martin T (it) wrote: I imagine I'd appreciate this more if I was more familiar with the politics behind it, but even so Kusturica's first feature stands up quite well. Not as exciting as his other work, but I'd like to watch it again.
Steve S (br) wrote: I dearly enjoyed this movie from start to finish, because this gem of an unknown Aussie sexploitation flick is one of the most fun and crazy of its kind. The story is absolutely absurd, as if expected, but it just adds to the fun. Though there are some sexually explicit scenes throughout, the feel of the film is mostly very light-hearted and just makes you laugh for most of the entire running time. If you have friends who can take the subject material seriously, this is an extremely fun and recommended watch!
Logan M (br) wrote: An extremely gritty portrayal of racial violence in the 1960s.