Suman (Raakhee) and Amit (Amitabh Bachchan) love each other and plan to marry soon. Amit lives with his younger brother, Raju (Randhir Kapoor), and Raju already calls Suman "Bhabhi". Amit teaches in college, but Raju is unemployed and a little bit spoiled by Amit and Suman's pamperings. Raju gets into bad company, and as a result in trouble. When Amit comes to help Raju, he gets killed. Suman dons the garb of a widow and does not play to marry again. Then one day a look-alike of Amit, named Shankar enters Suman and Raju's life. Guilt-ridden Raju thinks that he has gotten his brother back, and tries to make amends by hiring Shankar, not knowing that Shankar is a wanted criminal, and is looking for an escape route from the authorities.
Suman (Raakhee) and Amit (Amitabh Bachchan) love each other and plan to marry soon. Amit lives with his younger brother, Raju (Randhir Kapoor), and Raju already calls Suman "Bhabhi". Amit ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Stella Z (ru) wrote: Teen Movie...it's kinda odd to see a teen movie in French though.
Alex G (ru) wrote: Shocking. Only like the least loved of the originals. This one has actual character arcs and genuine moments tied to an overall narrative. Not great, but much improved.
Michael B (jp) wrote: Jesus! What a completely screwed up film! I love it -- but holy hell! The script is pure genius.
Trey W (de) wrote: One of my all time favorite cult films. It's actually a biting addiction allegory served up as a truly bizarre horror movie. It also contains some of the most psychedelic sequences filmed since the 1960s. Go to Denver smoke some pot and watch it....
Juan S (ag) wrote: its ok not really one of my Superman movies
Michael T (au) wrote: Dan Curtis made his name in Horror on television. He introduced vampire Barnabas Collins to TV's Dark Shadows; he produced THe Night Stalker TVM and produced and directed its sequel The Night Strangler (he had nothing to do with the TV series seasoned by those telefilms, Kolchak: The Night Stalker) and directed a number of superior TVMs with horror themes including a version of Dracula with Jack Palance and Trilogy of Terror with Karen Black. He had dabbled in film with two big screen Dark Shadows films but this film was his swan song to the genre. A variation on the haunted house theme that sees Karen Black and Oliver Reed playing a couple who rent a strangely-affordable old mansion for the summer from a creepy brother and sister (Burgess Meredith and Eileen Heckhart). The only catch is that they must bring up three trays of food a day to their never-seen mother, the mysterious Mrs. Allardyce. Strange things start happening right away the house and grounds rejuvenate and everyone seems affected by the mansion. Also starring Bette Davis as the family's aunt and Lee H. Montgomery as their son. Very creepy film that relies an awful lot on atmosphere and not as much on FX. Curtis would return briefly to TV Horror with the short-lived revival of Dark Shadows in 1990-91 but was mainly known for producing the highly successful Wings of War and other TV miniseries; he never directed or produced another big screen film again.
James H (br) wrote: Beautifully photographed, excellent story. Marlene Dietrich is magnificent, she expresses so much in her face, a wonderful actress. Good supporting cast. Herbart Marshall, Hattie McDaniel and Sidney Toler are all exceptional. Wonderful production, excellent pacing.
Jude M (jp) wrote: Not a good movie by any means, but infectiously fun and self aware with genuinely funny moments.
Camille L (it) wrote: La chose la plus impressionnante avec Girls Only, c'est quel point le sujet, pourtant trs clivant, est universel. Si le scnario semble passer par les moments obligs de la romcom et se trouve tre trs peu surprenant, il est en revanche extrmement prcis et efficace sur les relations humaines entre les personnages, ce qui permet une certaine audience de s'identifier avec Keira Knightley, parfaite dans un rle assez compliqu. Cela aide qu'elle soit entoure du monstreusement cool Sam Rockwell et d'un supporting cast performant. Aussi drle qu'mouvant et intelligent, Girls Only est un film plus profond qu'il n'y parat. Et puis de toute manire, quand vous castez Kaitlyn Dever, c'est que vous travaillez bien.
Zach M (es) wrote: This was an alright movie based on the TV show. It has a very unnecessary review of what in the show to kick off the movie and then it never really gets much better. Feels like they tried too hard to shove a whole arc into a 2 hour movie.Surprised by how many famous actors were in a cameo role.
Phil H (us) wrote: Pretty lame film with a sterling cast of legends most of which are sadly no longer with us, you could look at this as another 'Monty Python' type film along side others like 'Jabberwocky' and 'Time Bandits' but alas this film doesn't have much of the laughs and visual flair that those films do. The plot is your basic Treasure Island type thing but just totally crazy and loony hehe most of the jokes are prat falls and childish along with allot of sexual japes, again which are kinda dumb and childish.Unfortunately this was the last proper film for 'Python' Graham Chapman and also the last film for British comedian Marty Feldman, its a shame that the film is known for those two sad reasons and not much else, only for total fans really as there isn't much to recommend in this silly film, even the stellar cast can't save it.
Ashley H (kr) wrote: Cleaner is a decent film. It is about a former cop who now earns a wage as a crime scene cleaner unknowingly participates in a cover-up at his latest job. Samuel L. Jackson and Ed Harris give good performances. The script is okay with some thrills. Renny Harlin did an alright job directing this movie. I like this motion picture but it is not one of my favorites.