Widowed Sulakshana Devi is a wealthy industrialist and lives a very wealthy, though hectic lifestyle with her only son, Ravi, and nephew, Balwant. While returning from overseas, she is told that Ravi has met with an accident and has been killed. This news does devastate her, but she soon recovers. Then years later, she meets with a young man, Arun Kumar, who was able to retrieve her purse from a thief. Sulakshana finds out that he is unemployed and has not eaten for days. She decides to hire him, not knowing that Arun is a actually a con man, who will do his best to woo her to inherit her estate and Crores of Rupees. Sulakshana also does not know that Ravi did not die accidentally, but was killed by someone who sabotaged his car. Things will get more complicated when a woman named Seema and her uncle enter her life - for a devious reason
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Steve S (es) wrote: I get that it's supposed to be stupid and offensive, but frankly, it ends up just being boring.
Lucas M (fr) wrote: It a super good movie
Edward C (gb) wrote: The Legend of Hercules(2014)Starring:Kellan Lutz ,Gaia Weiss ,Scott Adkins, Roxanne McKee, Liam Garrigan ,Liam McIntyre,Rade Serbedzija ,Jonathon Schaech,Luke Newberry , and Kenneth Cranham .Directed By: Renny HarlinReviewEvery man has a destiny, and every Hercules fan will hate whatever the heck this was suppose to be. You will not believe how stupid this all looks, it will blow your mind.The movie has no plot what so ever but it kind of feels like this we see Hercules with another name which you won't remember or care for, his brother takes credit for killing the lion that Hercules kills is going to marry the princess but she doesn't want to marry him cause she loves Hercules, Hercules is presumed dead. But he does a gladiator type thing gets kidnapped and bands an army who will fight beside him to stop the king and his brother.There was another Hercules movie that came out after this one and while I don't like it and consider it to be kind of bad, I honestly think that was a better adaption of the legend of Hercules then this. All this film seems to be is some sort of Greek film with a famous character with one poor action scene after another that consist of slow mo when you know for a fact it isn't needed. Along with all the other horrendous movies that have come out this year it like the actors are sleep walking or are a loaf of bread.When I think of a movie that says the legend of(insert famous character) I'm always hoping it will be awesome but it never is. Don't waste your time with this I give The Legend of Hercules a 0.5 out of 5.
Alicia M (es) wrote: Gonna check out this movie. Im reading the book by Dean koontz.
Brandon S (jp) wrote: John Cusack and Tim Robbins team up in this uber dated comedy from the 80's which is unfortunately bad. Two high school buddies lose their security job and decide to try and make a break for it in showbisness only to get caught up in a sex tape scandal witha seedy politican. Has multiple cameos from people in the music industry of the time, but little else that resembles any saving quailties.
Robert I (kr) wrote: John Saxon - 'nough said.
Alex M (jp) wrote: It's okay so far... I love crazy little kids.
Patrick L (it) wrote: "Despite a formulaic storyline, "Beyond the Lights" features two dynamic performances from Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Nate Parker"DVD Movie Review: Beyond the LightsDate Viewed: February 24 2015Written and Directed By Gina Prince-Bythewood (Love & Basketball)Starring: Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Nate Parker, Minnie Driver, Danny Glover, Jordan Belfi,Machine Gun Kelly, Hayley Marie Norman, Tom Wright and Jesse Woodrow.It may have the age old story about the struggle with fame but thanks to a tough screenplay and sharp direction by Gina Prince-Bythewood, "Beyond the Lights" is worth seeing for the two dynamic performances by Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Nate Parker. "Beyond the Lights" tells the story of a hot new artist named Noni Jean (Mbatha-Raw), she just won a Billboard Music Award without releasing an album. She maybe the music world's new superstar but the pressures of fame push Jean over the edge.Jean nearly ends her life by falling off of her apartment complex but she is saved by a young police officer named Kaz Nicol (Nate Parker). Nicol hopes to become a powerful politician but he is soon drawn to Noni who is trapped by her celebrity status and stage mother (Minnie Driver). Here's a romantic drama that's smarter than "Fifty Shades of Grey", writer and director Prince-Bythewood spent years trying to get her project green-lit by a major Hollywood studio and her creative passion shows. Mbatha-Raw and Parker deliver star-making performances as the beautiful, tormented singer who gets romantically involved with the young cop who saved her life. With the paparazzi and the tabloids trailing both Noni and Kaz, they decide to escape to a gorgeous beach in Mexico in order to getaway from the Hollywood spotlight. Danny Glover also does fine work as Kaz's father who's also the police captain and Minnie Driver is really good as Noni's mother.It maybe a step-sister to "The Bodyguard" and "A Star is Born" but "Beyond the Lights" is a well-acted melodrama with appealing young actors and really good music.