You may also like
Khanjar torrent reviews
Rastaman J (br) wrote: Always something that can make this a better movie. Change from the first movie, but it was better!
Raitaviyan E (au) wrote: That is an awesome movie and I cab watch it all day
Patrice Bienvenu N (de) wrote: World fortune is monitored by Groups of smart people. What is much needed is a group or clubs of honest and smart people who could be called brave men and women advocates and caretakers of humankind true true treasures: LIFE SAVING. Dr NGUE.
Dale L (kr) wrote: One of the worst films I have ever seen. The acting was atrocious and the effects were pathetic. The story would have been ok without so much preaching about god. Don't waste your time.
Kiele e (de) wrote: The movie is so boring and stupid. Do NOT waste ur time watching it, it's not worth it
Ananth P (ca) wrote: The only serious Hindi film of its time. Sarfarosh cuts out all the unnecessary dishum-dishum, la-la-la-la and muuah-muuah. Although there is a love story roped in too, it blends in perfectly with the genre and instead of providing gay songs to ease the tension of the movie (like most films have), there are a few comedy bits in correct proportions. It's one of the finest films (yes, out of all Hindi and International films) I've seen and I recommend everyone with good taste and don't-take-shit attitude to watch it.
Kim P (br) wrote: a classic, I've always loved this movie, a sad Story but still fun to watch.
Rob S (kr) wrote: I enjoyed this from beginning to end. Excellent heist movie. Opening scene before the credits was really trippy and not really connected with the rest of the film. Not sure what that was all about, but it was fun.
Nathaniel M (jp) wrote: It feels like guerilla film making, probably because it was. Uber naturalistic and surprisingly depressing.
Alan G (br) wrote: Vertigo is a gripping, suspenseful and unpredictable thriller, and one of the best films of the 1950's. James Stewart was fantastic... he portrays his character's gradual change perfectly. The movie keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout, right up to its shocking conclusion. In conclusion, this is an excellent film and a must-see for movie lovers.
Michael W (es) wrote: Robert Mitchum stars as a hard working man who gets in too deep with femme fatale Diane Tremayne. Mitchum's performance, as always, shines in this fairly dark noir. Jean Simmons performance as Diane is downright startling. There's some shocking deaths here that are really well done. It's a must see film noir.
Les E (kr) wrote: A wonderful celebration of the importance of alcohol. A small community of Scottish islanders work together to maintain their way of life, but not on the sabbath. A really super little movie.
Dann M (br) wrote: An unabashed first-person shooter, Hardcore Henry is packed with non-stop action. The story (if it can be called such) follows a cyborg named Henry who awakens to his wife being abducted by a mysterious telekinetic crime boss, but he manages to escape capture and must go on the run; getting help from a techy named Jimmy who gives him tasks to complete that will help him survive. Shot entirely in first person, the film commits 100% to the "first-person shooter" video game aesthetic; even going so far as to have Jimmy randomly show up on every level with a fresh map of where to go and instructions on what to do. However, either through poor writing or directing, it's really hard to follow what's going on and incredibly disorienting. Still, Sharlto Copley and Haley Bennett manage to deliver fairly good performances and the fight scenes are incredibly intense and exciting; at least for a while, until it all becomes a much of noise. Hardcore Henry has a daring vision and is entertaining, but it doesn't really work as a film.