Bhoop Singh is a honest man who works for Lakhsmi Singh, and lives with his wife, Devi, and sister, Sundari. He saves his hard-earned money with Lakhsmi, and when the time comes for Sundari's marriage & dowry, he goes to take his money, only to be humiliated by Lakhsmi. Sundari's marriage gets canceled, she kills herself, and Bhoop in turn kills Lakhsmi, subsequently takes to a life of crime, amasses a huge fortune, gives birth to a daughter, Nisha, and ends up in jail after double-crossing his partner-in-crime, Vikram Singh. He instructs his wife to bring up Nisha, as a widow. In prison, Bhoop meets with a honest man, Jaswant Singh, who has come to the city to look for his estranged brother. Bhoop asks Jaswant to look after his wife and daughter - not realizing that he may have made another mistake as Jaswant has an alias - that of bandit Dhurjan Singh, and is also the brother of Vikram Singh.
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Esther H (ag) wrote: Entertaining with impressive stunts at times. Classic Expendables story lines. No surprises.
Jordan J (ag) wrote: Having great artwork and a 'nice' story line, seemed to be dragged out in some places. That being said though, while I'm a big anime fan, the highschool romancey ones don't really do it for me haha. Cool story but definitely not my favourite anime
Boris M (mx) wrote: This movie is based on true story and the event portrayed here has recently also been told about a little bit in the National Geographic TV series: Inside the American Mob. This is a completely different type of movie for Vin Diesel as there is no action whatsoever and the whole plot depends on the character's character. Not really a comedy, but more of a drama as it is a biography, there are a few funny scenes, but Vin does a great job at portraying a mob guy who not only won't rat out on his friends, but has genuine love for the people close to him, and is also not guilty for the crime he is being charged for.
John V (ag) wrote: Intelligent, touching, amusing, ande sexy, this film touches many themes at once. Yal Abecassis is gorgeous!
Scott A (au) wrote: This movie wasn't as good as I remembered it. Sure the action scenes are great, and maybe a tad to brutal at times, but I think it loses something near the end of the film. Beach isn't all that great in this and when he goes on his crazy trip in the last act, it really ends the film on a sour note. Plus that's around the time Cage starts freaking out too.The supporting cast is quite good with Mark Ruffalo and Christian Slater being the standouts.The Noah Emmerich racist cliche was just too much at times. And the score at times sounded like it came from a low rent SyFy original movie.It's not awful, but when it isn't the big, loud war scenes, it can get far too heavy handed.
John D (au) wrote: Saw this as a kid and didn't like it very much.
Aaron W (nl) wrote: I think this is the first Oshima film I've seen, and while it wasn't great there was certainly enough there to keep me interested. There was some really great cinematography and lighting, though it wasn't as consistently stunning as Wakamatsu or Yoshida. The story was alright. I really liked the way it shifted between the past in rural Japan and the present in Urban Japan. Still, things definitely dragged occasionally and I found myself having to really work at paying attention. Overall, a decent film, but I think I need to see more Oshima before I can comment on the body of his work.
Kevin R (jp) wrote: I know you were trying to needle me now but you can't do it, my pet.A gangster and his super hot babe reside in a Mexican resort after getting deported from the United States. They become friends with a poker player who may be able to help them achieve their goal of returning to the US; however, the poker player may or may not be after the girl and could care less about the gangster. A strange series of events ensue."He's been so nice to both of us.""Especially you."John Farrow, director of How to Get Around the World in 80 Days, Hondo, The Big Clock, Wake Island, California, You Came Along, and Copper Canyon, delivers His Kind of Woman. The storyline for this picture is okay, unpredictable, and contains some interesting twists. The characters are fairly dynamic and the acting is pretty good. The cast includes Robert Mitchum, Vincent Price, Tim Holt, Jane Russell, and Charles McGraw."You're the strangest man I've ever known.""What makes you think you know me?"I grabbed this off Turner Classic Movies (TCM) because of the all star cast. This was entertaining with some fun and entertaining characters. Some aspects of the movie were cheesy, but it was entertaining enough to watch unfold. This is a nice addition to the genre but far from an all time classic."It's too bad we both have to die for something so rotten."Grade: B-
Augustine H (nl) wrote: Perverts are necessary in any film-noirs.
Troy H (nl) wrote: Modern day Rome and Juliet with a gangsta twist.
Craig M (kr) wrote: Experimental on every level, this is Lynch taking more risks than ever before, continuing to challenge himself and everyone involved in the production. While it's not going to be everyone's cup of tea, I found it enjoyable. Especially good is Laura Dern. Justin Theroux's mullet is awful.
Brock H (it) wrote: Unoriginal but action packed. Walberg is quickly making a name for himself as one of the best of his time. A must see if you are a Walberg fan or just an action fan.