Tony works as a hit-man for gangster, Vikas Patil, who owes his allegiance to wealthy Raj Mallya. Raj Mallya is involved in marketing spurious and out-dated drugs, and as a result is the subject of an investigation by the Food & Drugs Administration's inspector Dr. Hargobind Gosai. Raj asks Vikas to take care of Hargobind through Tony, which Tony does, and in this manner, Raj is absolved of all wrong-doing. Then Tony meets with attractive starlet named Sapna, and falls head over heels in love with her. When Sapna tells him that she is engaged to be married to Dr. Ajay Saxena, he is heart-broken. Then a scandal breaks out, and Hargobind is implicated in the deaths of three children that were killed by Raj's spurious drugs. All the evidence points against Hargobind, and not a single lawyer is willing to take his case; his wife kills herself, and the marriage of his daughter has been canceled.
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Matt R (kr) wrote: lazy and predictable.And why isn't there a hole in their spacesuit for their tail? wouldn't that be cuter?
Casey Z (br) wrote: The beautifully emotional moments were overshadowed by drawn out wedding details that offered nothing to the story.
Tim W (nl) wrote: Reminds everyone that: at least you're alive! Don't moan about life and get on with it!
Panos M (au) wrote: Too many slimy stuff for no particular reason.
Michael A (ca) wrote: Great who's who of classic Hammer horror..only undone by unsatisfying ending.
Nicholas E (au) wrote: The first few scenes are so overdone, so over choreographed, my heart sank; one must blame the director for this. All way too tidy, it screamed unauthentic. But we have Pacino, and he is oh so watchable, in anything. Even this. It's easily digested, at times over sugary, occasionally downright saccharin, it jolts you when any of the characters say "fuck". Ultimately over sentimental, predictable, yet inoffensive. Some scenes tug at the heartstrings, but ultimately it fails. Too nice, a bit like Annette Benning's continual giggle, a souffl, light and airy, but without enough flavour. John Lennon's songs and sound performances all round, especially a terrific one from Christopher Plummer, save it from the souffl collapsing altogether.
Joseph G (it) wrote: The film definitely takes its time in making an epic movie. The first 30 minutes of the film play out with very little dialogue, Sergio Leone was not in a hurry making this movie. There are tons of shots that do a sort of slow zoom on Robert Deniro, which gets kind of old quick. I admire the thoughtfulness of this film and even though the length of the film pulls it down a bit, it ultimately plays out as a movie that really does a great job of making us care very much for the characters and amazing stories they create along the way.
Shaun P (au) wrote: a great film that makes you deeply care for the characters plot and throws you right into the story
Douglas M (ru) wrote: Most of us have had a person come into our lives that have changed our perspective of the world. They assist us in seeing the beauty in the mundane to bring a touch of mischief into a of the bars well-ordered life, the influence always seems to come in that ineffable moment in life just prior to when you have to settle down into the conformity that adult life imposes upon all of us. 'Mistress America' is a comedy that explores this concept. This film is one of those independent gems that are so well-crafted you find yourself returning to watch it again and again just to recapture the experience you felt with your initial viewing of it. It was directed by Noah Baumbach like the majority of his work is essentially a comedy dramatic threads woven throughout that bind the story to a reality that allows you to easily bond with the characters. Among the other films he has found a number of eclectic masterpieces that you are more familiar with in independent cinema you will recognize; 'Margot at the Wedding', 'The Squid and the Whale' and 'While We're Young'. His co-author for the screenplay and leading lady of this film was Greta Gerwig, a force of nature and independent film in one of the most prominent member of the mumblecore style she has had a significant influence on both his personal and professional lives. Their names are often billed together on some of the more interesting movies I have encountered in the last decade or so. After considerable stretch of time watching truly dreadful follow films intermixed with a number of big-budget blockbusters was an extremely wonderful experience to get back to some of the fundamentals of film as an artistic expression. This movie achieves only an independent film can; telling a simple story of human interaction and the dynamics of a new friendship. Devoid of special-effects and cast members that are considered by the media to be on the A-List, this will be depends solely on the extraordinary talent on both sides of the camera.Tracy Fishko (Lola Kirke) is your chapter life as a college freshman at the prestigious Barnard College. Tracy has always been rather reserved finds it difficult to fit into her new surroundings in place in a far different social hierarchy. She tells her mother (Kathryn Erbe) about her quandary it is suggested that she contact the soon to be stepsister Brooke (Greta Gerwig), who conveniently also lives in New York City. Their initial meeting pulled Tracy into a dreamlike world the dazzling nights spent on the town. Brooke was so impressed by the adventure that she immediately began writing, turning the experience into a short story. So impressed by the energy of the evening Tracy decides to submit a short story to the prestigious college literary magazine. Tracy begins spending an increasing amount of time with Brooke coming to see her sort of a mentor to life in New York City.Although Brooke appears to be the 'carpe diem' type of person she shares with Tracy her plans for the future. She is going to open up a restaurant called, 'Mom's' that located to a small but discerning clientele. Named after her late mother the restaurant is to be financed by her boyfriend and business partner. Tracy's view looks like as an ideal wonderland soon comes crashing down to reality. Brooke comes home one day to find the she is locked out of her apartment. Her boyfriend has been on his financial support of Brooks' personal life and their pending business venture. The staggering number of bills is coming to the restaurant with no way to possibly paying them. Next option is one that any levelheaded businessman would take; she visits a psychic bringing Tracy along with her. The advice provided is vague and subject to interpretation so Brooke understands it to mean that she should contact a former friend, Mamie-Claire (Heather Lind). She appeared to be an unusual form of relief for Brooke's dilemma as she had a falling out with Mamie-Claire over little matters like stealing the business idea and Marion former fianc. This type of personal history is not conducive for securing a sizable loan in a time distress. Brooke has a friend, Tony (Matthew Shear) drive her out to visit Mamie-Claire at her home in Connecticut. She also brings along another friend, Nicolette (Jasmine Cephas Jones), because he suspects that Tony is having an affair with Tracy.What occurs next in the story is the main reason why the adjective 'Screwball' is so frequently associated with the film. When they arrive Mamie-Claire is having a book party which Brooke and her entourage immediately crash. Mamie-Claire takes Tracy aside and confirms that she did become rich by stealing Brooks idea for a T-shirt business. She then informs Brooke that the decision will have to rate until husband Dylan (Michael Chernus) arrives back home. While detailing the proposals and Dylan Brooks stumbles in her presentation but fortunately Tracy has become so enamored of Brooke and her ideas that she immediately finishes the pitch. Dylan agrees to provide the money but not as an investment but to cover the debts that will be incurred from forgoing business plans.Comedy is always a difficult genre is a master but as a team Mr. Baumbach and Ms. Gerwig mesh together so ideally that you can easily dismiss any of the unlikely coincidences that occur in order to drive the story. Together they have created characters that may appear to be somewhat exaggerated archetypes of the genre but his right is this pair of brilliant comedy writers manages to imbue such a degree of humanity into them that you find yourself understanding them in on some level able to bond with them. I've been a big fan of mumblecore since it first took hold about a decade or so ago. Such independent films as single quote The Puffy Chair 'or 'Hannah Takes the Stairs' the name these two artist frequently appeared in the credits as serving a number of functions on both sides of the camera. In particular, Ms. Gerwig has always proven to be bold actress willing to take chances with some incredibly emotional performances. This film possesses such vivacity to it that you cannot help it because of in the often zany antics the principal characters. Would been so easy to reduce Brooke and Tracy to mere caricatures that it took an incredible amount of finesse on the part performance to breathe life into them turning the characters into human beings that you can have about and want to understand. This is a joyful celebration of the emotional peaks and valleys that life throws at each one of us. It is a movie that you will return to time and again just for the sheer pleasure of it.
Mattias L (au) wrote: Kultrulle om fyra poliser som infiltrerar en engelsk huliganfirma.