When Ivy League classics professor Bill Kincaid receives news of the murder of his estranged identical twin brother, he travels back to his home state of Oklahoma for a doomed scheme against a local drug lord. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Leaves of Grass
An Ivy League professor returns home, where his pot-growing twin brother has concocted a plan to take down a local drug lord.
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Bradley P (de) wrote: A fun, smart, and stylish Hollywoodized Bollywood film. The action sequences are exciting and the film manages to keep the plot fresh and not bogged down by it's nearly 2 and a half hours run time. Khan is epic as Don.
(es) wrote: brave attempt at showcasing something like this on indian screens!! kudos to everyone involved esp sanjay suri, juhi chawla n purab kohli for their fabulous acts!!
Kalli S (au) wrote: Felt like a toned down Animal Planet special. Kind of sad. The only thing I got out of this film was that it would be cool to have a pet cheetah
Dan H (ag) wrote: A lot of bad language, some crude humor. I liked it, Billy Bob plays a good creep with nasty language.
Alyan H (kr) wrote: A classic I hadnt seen in ages and Now I remember why its been soo long. Well made and emotional with many teen theamatic elements with a touch of comedy. A must need a tissue box film!!!
Andrew D (gb) wrote: even worse than the first...
Amanda H (kr) wrote: This is hilariously awful. I'd like to think the producers of this movie were aiming for comedy rather than straight up horror, because if they weren't, they failed miserably. But as a campy "horror" cheesefest, this works really well. I personally am a big fan of that, so I found this pretty enjoyable. Don't expect to be able to take it seriously and you should be fine.
Chris M (kr) wrote: It was a really enjoyable Disney live-action family adventure. It had great cinematography, music, characters, costumes, drama, adventure, action and a very enjoyable storyline. It's one of my favorite Disney live-action movies of all time. It's a must see movie for kids and adults alike.