Viren (Anil Kapoor) who travels to Rajasthan with his governess, affectionately called Dai Jaa (Waheeda Rehman). He meets the beautiful Pallavi (Sridevi) and he instantly falls in love with her. However, she also happens to be older then him, though this does not bother Viren. During a property dispute and a court case, Paalavi's father suddenly dies of a heart-attack. She is shattered and goes into isolation. At the wake, Viren goes to console her, when she sees him she runs towards him but runs straight past Viren and goes towards Sidhharth - the man she loves. Viren is heartbroken but to fulfill Pallavi's father's dying wish, he arranges the wedding between Sidhharth and Pallavi. Allowing Pallavi to live her life happily, Viren leaves for London. However one year into the marriage Sidhharth and Pallavi are both killed in an accident. It was also revealed that she was pregnant at the time and gave birth to a daughte
Kellen C (mx) wrote: Great cast and action-packed. This movie never gets old to me!
Don J (nl) wrote: A good documentary on the truth about Islam and its beliefs. Is Islam a religion of killing and expansionism? You be the judge after watching this one.
Charlotte R (mx) wrote: Dreadful, totally dreadful. Bad in everyway, i really can't express how bad this film is.
Craig W (de) wrote: Not as good as the first, they changed actors for both Thomas and Lucifer which is always irritating and I wasn't that keen on the overall plot itself. Walken once again delivers a creepy role as Gabriel and it's always interesting to see other angels too. Still a good film yes but not great like it's predecessor.
Richard C (gb) wrote: The horror-comedy b movie (Hey, it's got the b-movie hallmark anyway) is so goddamn bad that at some points it's good for a sitback. In other words, it's so bad that it's good. Sort of. The script is messy with convenient, contrived moments, and random cuts to different scenes. Clint Howard plays a creepy persona well with his ugly duckling visage, but acts not too well and speaks with constipated looks. The children actors, main characters all, are given more believable dialogue than the adults in the film, and their perspective on the serial killer theme are what keep the film going. Beware, for there are cheesy lines and crap suspense. The horror energy in the climax is constricted by the lack of talent behind the camera, and the serial killer plot would've been disturbing if the droning music was taken out altogether. The gore is OK, but it's random and cannot be taken seriously because of the poor film.
Russ B (jp) wrote: 8/11/2016: An ok 80's rom com. Not many laughs though.
James R (mx) wrote: Farrah Fawcett made for tv movie but its a pretty good movie. She plays a wife abused by her husband 13 years then sets him on fire one day. She goes to court and claims temporary insanity.
Hannah D (ca) wrote: Good performances by the actors but movie is basic and uses blackface as a gag. Tries to make an argument about privilege but loses that message by having the characters make their own fortune at the end...
Patryk C (es) wrote: One of the most unpleasant film noir in the genre. But in case of thismovie, it's rather a well-desevred compliment for its hot-edgeness and hardboiledmelodramatic sensations. Human desire aspires to be a hard-hitting, gutsy crimepicture that shows not only a story of romance bound to fail from thestart, but also makes a series of aggressive comments on the topic ofalcoholism and pathology in families.When Jeff Warren (Glenn Ford) returns home after serving his time inKorea, his only dream is to return back to his steady job as a trainengineer. Unfortunately, on his way he meets a vulgar, abusive CarlBuckley (Broderick Crawford). The man is in desperate need of anintervention in order to keep his job, and begs his beautiful wifeVicki (Gloria Grahame) to stand by him during the meeting with hisboss. However, due to his alcohol addiction and distorted mind, Carlthinks that she met with Owens so as to flirt with him. On the trainback Carl kills the man, and Jeff - who was very close to the wholeaction - bumps into Vicky and quickly develops feelings for her. She,on the other hand, wants to take advantage of his generosity. Beingabused by her raging husband, she finds solace in the arms of astranger. However, in a small city every rumor spreads faster than thewind. Carl starts drinking more and more, and blackmails Vicky with aletter into staying with him for as long as they'll live. Vicky sooncomes up with a devilish plan to get rid of her disgraceful chubby... The effectiveness of this film owes much to the spellbindingphotography. It portrays not only America's working class, but alsomany in-train sequences, which give the film a much-deservedclaustrophobic feel. The intensity of the atmosphere goes through theroof as the characters argue and fight inside the small compartments,making their disputes even more dramatic and realistic than they are.Human Desire may not be Fritz Lang's masterpiece, but it surelydeserves a view, for it is a violently sombre tale about regularpeople, who bring about their own demise through a series of tragicmisunderstandings.
Ricky W (mx) wrote: Interesting and confrontational but not too engaging.