Nita lives a middle-class lifestyle with her mom and dad in Bombay, India, and works as a Surgeon in a hospital. She is of marriageable age, & is in love with a struggling Musician/Singer named Ravi, much to the chagrin of her mom, who wants her to marry someone who is wealthy. One day a badly wounded male is admitted into the hospital, is pronounced dead, but recovers, and with Nita's help recuperates and is discharged. He visits Nita's home, introduces himself as wealthy Vikram Chauhan and asks her parents for the hand of Nita, who immediately accept. But Nita wants to marry Ravi and plans to elope with him. On that fateful day, Ravi fails to keep his appointment and a heartbroken Nita decides to get married to Vikram. The marriage takes place with great pomp and ceremony. When Ravi attempts to re-enter Nita's life, she forbids him. Little does she know that Ravi's plans had been sabotaged by none other than Vikram - who is in reality a human during daytime...
Tells the story of Vikram (Rahul Roy), who after nearly getting killed by a cursed tiger starts to transform into a tiger himself every fullmoon and hunts for prey. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Chris E (de) wrote: Thought the documentary was excellent. Amazing how when a light is shone on somehting that is at best a half truth it will try and have you silenced, shouted down or the will just plain run away from your questions(Josh Fox). Facts are a hrad thing to deny, Gasland was nothing but emotion and hype, with no scientifical evidence to back any of it up.
Maureen L (gb) wrote: This is a great movie and quite insightful about whether these beautiful animals will survive the encroachment of humans or not.
Deana L (kr) wrote: Story of a released convict looking for redemption although he doesn??t believe in it.Some stereotypical indie film twists and turns, but an overall sweet story. I felt for every character. I would categorize this as a redemption film with 2 faces. Each character was either looking for, needing, or giving redemption. And, each character received the opposite action. For instance, Manuel (Billy Bob), was looking for redemption and later gave redemption that was fairly predictable.The plot did not stray far from a Hollywood-ish story in that there are the troubled, inner-city ?? oh wait, I think the term is now ??urban?? ?? youth who are mentored by Morgan Freeman playing the normal adviser/counselor-to-all role he is consistently cast in with Billy Bob walking around the movie with no expression. I am being a tad bit snotty because the movie is emotion- and thought-provoking.
Theron G (ag) wrote: All I have to say is WHAT . This is that movie you look at over and over
Jake P (fr) wrote: Crumb is entirely captivating. The subject & those that surround him are people, mostly brilliant & disturbed, funny, shallow, macabre & one of a kind.
Jason M (au) wrote: A few heh hehs but old boring movie
Frank P (nl) wrote: Old school corny but decent.
John Eric D (jp) wrote: Colombiana is some rip off of some low budget spy films in the 90's with a very bad screenplay. The only thing that will wake you up throughout are the action scenes and nothing more.
Leonard D (mx) wrote: I can tell from the first frame, that this is going to suck! Oh man, was I right, or was I right!? My coworker warned me not to watch this, and I apologize to you Isobelle! I should've listened! This only dug deeper into the steaming pile of vomit which started with the first one. Nothing redeeming can I find in this thing! Bay is blindsiding us into believing that he cares, while inside his soul, he thinks "#,,^,, you, you'll still see my s,,#&, you know you will you b/#,,%<*^! You'll suck my #,,<*, no matter how much of this crap that the studio will shove into the theaters!"ENOUGH!! WHY!? WHY WON'T YOU EVER GET IT PAL!? STOP IT!!~,~,~,~,~,
Darin W (ru) wrote: theres a reason you've never heard of this movie. it was pretty bad, but ironically we kept watchin it to see what happens. it does kinda have a good ending.