Born without any knowledge of his parentage, Mahesh drives a bicycle rickshaw for a living in a town in India, prays to Bhagwan Shri Kishan, and lives in an unhealthy shanty hut. He is friendly with Sheela, who works as a maidservant, hopes to marry her someday, much to the chagrin of Kalu Dada, who lusts after Sheela. One night while returning home he comes across an abandoned male baby near Bhagwan Shri Ganesh's Mandir. He looks for the family of this child, asks for help from the Mandir's Poojary, as well as a Mullah and a Hawaldar, all in vain. When he tries to abandon the child, he is literally forced to adopt him, and when he does so, he faces considerable opposition from his neighbors, and ends up hating the child.
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Eno A (br) wrote: not the worst movie I've ever seen but not one I'd care to watch again or would ever have paid for in a theater. I figured out the main plot twist half way into it but I will applaud the second plot twist that genuinely came as a surprise right towards the end. unknown (to me anyway) but attractively fitting decent actors, obvious but not irritating live to cgi action changes, and expected but still amusing one liners warranted this 3 stars even for being a low budget film.
Leena L (us) wrote: A super thriller after which you will never glance at a forgotten lake in a same way again. And to spend a night by such a lake in remote area in a greyish Finnish summer night.......Ok, the film had collected themes and ideas from so many other thrillers that it almost was funny, but it kept me entertained and on the edge of my seat for the most of it. All in all, a good one.
Dammy G (ag) wrote: Way to ruin Christmas Air Buddies.
Adrian (de) wrote: Mr. Masquero, that is all.
Brett H (it) wrote: A complete and utter failure of a movie with laughable "acting", a rushed production, confusing story, and toned-down violence. The studio gave the director only 4 weeks of principal photography and then another 4 weeks to edit and it shows; nearly all of the performances miss the mark and the story just makes crap up as it goes along. The set-up for how Freddy is terrorizing the kids is neat, latching onto the dreams of Alice's unborn baby, but once that's introduced, it's the same old crap with Freddy haunting the character's dreams and procrastinating killing them to an unbearable degree. For some reason the kills were edited to not be as graphic, which never makes any sense to do in a SLASHER, and thus there is no memorable violence or even much blood. Alice is a really dull character on her own and the characters around her, particularly Mark, are horrendous actors and make all of their dialogue scenes excruciating to watch. Robert Englund still does his thing and he's once again the best part to watch, but this whole baby Freddy wanting to be reborn into the real world thing didn't work. I wouldn't watch it again.
Victor M (fr) wrote: Dark star is one really sarcastic and funny dark comedy. When I saw Dark Star spaceship for the first time it reminded me of rebels X-ships in Star Wars (1977) where R2D2 robot models were located in the rear, but this film is from 1974. The references to 2001 are smart and the "intelligent bomb" reasoning as God is a great piece of humor. Nothing bad for a film whose budget was US$ 60k.