Widower Raghunath Singh lives a very wealthy lifestyle with his daughter, Shalini. While making a presentation on the importance of women, he is shot at by a woman, but is uninjured. Shortly thereafter, Shalini introduces him to her boyfriend, Advocate Ajaykumar Saxena, who turns out to be the nephew of Dindayal, Raghunath's childhood friend. Raghunath subsequently hires Amar to train Shalini to be a good businesswoman, and expects both to marry soon. Then Shalini finds out that there she has a twin named Ratnabai, who is the daughter of a Courtesan who had been intimate with Raghunath, and was responsible for the attempt on Raghunath's life. She brings Ratna to her home, much to the chagrin of her dad. Soon Ratna starts to make herself at home in her new surroundings, and her demands start to increase - from mimicking Shalini, to flirting with Ajay.

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Robby I (us) wrote: only because Space is involved. not because it's creepy. sadly, this is sci-fi when i usually love sci-fi.

Heather B (br) wrote: Crazy, yet sad movie. Sad that people who need mental health care can't or won't get help for a variety of reasons. Heartbreaking story.

Charles P (kr) wrote: Animal Farm succeeds in transitioning George Orwell's ideas, sometimes however too vaguely, to the screen in cartoon form.

rhiannon p (us) wrote: very good, brillaint acting, not what i thought it was gunna be very powerful

Jesse W (ca) wrote: One of the funniest, most poignant and thematically rich films ever made. Peter Sellers gives one of the all-time great film performances. An essential viewing for all film lovers.

Rodney E (gb) wrote: What a piece of garbage. Milla Jovovich is a terrible actress aside from Dazed and Confused. Edward Norton made some horrible acting choices here and DeNiro sleepwalks for a paycheck. 30 minutes of this shit felt like 3 hours. Cliched, tired, and beyond boring.

Ken S (kr) wrote: Did you know Star Trek's Gene Roddenberry wrote and produced a nudity filled slasher film? Neither did I, and it's not great, but boy is it filled with hot 70's tail! Also Rock Hudson's mustache is bitchin.

Kevin L (ru) wrote: A modern-day witch likes her neighbor but despises his fiancee, so she enchants him to love her instead... only to fall in love with him for real.

Daryl K (fr) wrote: As dark as a "G-rated" sci-fi series like 'Planet of the Apes' could sometimes be, the PG-rated 'Conquest' manages to be even darker, depicting a straight-up race war in the "futuristic" streets of '70s Century City. Some of the set-up notions, like animal plagues and apes as pets, are a little goofy, but if you roll with it, the film delivers a tense, exciting conclusion -- albeit limited by its budget. Roddy McDowall's "Caesar" provides a good reason to keep the veteran actor around; his presence is not only welcome, but differs from his earlier character in the series.

Paul E (us) wrote: Very good prison drama with good acting, good script and fight scenes with a happy ending. The dialog might be difficult in places for Americans to understand the slang spoken. But don't let that distract you from this enjoyable movie.

Vishal V (de) wrote: A real out of time situation Denzel was in this one which produced some really gripping scenes. Predictable ending, Predictable setup. Visually poor. A fine thriller. Bollywood movie Zehar was ripped from this.

Mr N (au) wrote: Rio is fun, visually nice and pretty entertaining. It definitely doesn't rank as one of the best animated films but is still a fun time for the family!

Scott M (nl) wrote: A movie about picking up chicks. Campbell Scott plays a loser whose goal is to impress a teenage relative of his on how to do it. He's really convincing too. I just love the end of the movie too when he goes to the teen's school and redeems himself. Good movie.

Laura H (es) wrote: i saw that in america