Amar lives a poor lifestyle along with his widowed mom in a village, and has a sweetheart in Savitri. He is a trouble-maker and makes life difficult for the Panchayat Chair, Kalicharan, who also happens to be Savitri's father, so much so that Kalicharan hires Ram Shastri to kill Amar. After his passing, Amar enters Swarg Lok where he gets to meet with Devraj Indra and then Yamraj. Amar incites Yam Dhooths to go on a strike, as well as has Yamraj himself consider going on a vacation along with his assistant, Chitragupt Sharma. As a result, Yamraj and Chitragupt end up in modern day Bombay as ordinary human beings, and people stop dying, while Amar himself is given back his life. But not for long for soon he will be called upon to provide bail for a jailed Yamraj and Chitragupt, who will soon return to Swarg Lok and take him along too!!
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Leena L (gb) wrote: Secret Service, terrorists, suicide bombers, intrigue, killings, self serving politics and dirty games.
Keiko N (jp) wrote: This film is full of jokes and real life in HK. Sometimes it's difficult for non-locals like me to understand hidden meanings though, I'm sure this is worth watching. My favorite scene is McDull's mum took him to "Maldives."
Peter P (mx) wrote: I am a fan of Lambert and Perlman, but this movie sucked. It was slow, boring, and for a world that was suppost to have lost most of the population the inferstructure seems to be fine. If you want a future type movie I would go for Equilibrium for my money anyday.
Mini K (fr) wrote: one of my favorite movies, this movie is a perfect example for those confused non-resident Indians!
Mike W (ag) wrote: Jim Carrey rocks as The Grinch.
Maria S (br) wrote: I love this one cause of the little birdie!!!!
Greg W (nl) wrote: not for those squimish
Wade H (de) wrote: It is what it is and it knows it, which makes it a lot of fun. The B-movie mockery of the classic retro films pieces together wonderfully. It has a noble place aside Evil Dead and Dead Alive.
Walter G (ru) wrote: A lot of directors have taken a shot at making a movie in the Hitchcock style. No one has succeeded yet, but few have failed so disastrously as Robert Benton did with this turkey. ?Still of the Night? was doomed from the start because its two leads, Scheider and Streep, are both miscast. Scheider is persuasive in action films, where he plays someone who is not just a dumb killing machine, but someone actually capable of a thought or two; but as a psychiatrist, he is in way over his head. Hitchcock?s leading ladies were always great beauties. Streep is a great actress, but she is not a great beauty. Watching her impersonate a Hitchcock beauty is embarrassing. I kept thinking,'She could open beer cans with that sharp nose'. I?ve never thought in any of her other films, because in Streep's other films I was paying more attention to her acting than her face. The suspense should have come from the fact that the more Scheider is attracted to Steep, the more he suspects she is the killer. But there is no chemistry between Streep and Scheider. He never seems attracted to her. I assumed he was only pretending to be in love with her, in order to trap her. The ending therefore came as a surprise to me.
Daniel P (gb) wrote: Daredevil benefits from Ben Affleck in the title role, but its script is too uneven to make it anything more than a mediocre take on the Man Without Fear.
Ryan H (es) wrote: A nice change of pace versus the blockbusters, this movie is a brave look at the positives and negatives of the coming AI age. I always appreciate a movie that I cannot foresee the ending of until you are upon it and in this one you truly do not know what Ava is "thinking" until the last scenes. A great watch for Sci Fi fans or anyone that wants something different.
Scott C (es) wrote: Very forgettable. I really dislike Jim Jarmusch films generally. I think I liked one of the segments - maybe the Wynona Ryder one. I seem to remember the whole thing being very disjointed and boring.