Mem Sahib

Mem Sahib

Meena, a wealthy, educated girl, has been promised in marriage to Sunder, a sheltered young man who has received an extremely traditional religious education. Displeased, Meena sets out to find a more suitable candidate, but is taken in by Manohar, a gold-digging conman. Finding Sunder to be clueless about the world, Manohar is soon manipulating him as well as Meena in his schemes to gain possession of Meena's fortune.

A wealthy woman chooses her own mate and refuses to marry the man chosen by her deceased father. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mem Sahib torrent reviews

Jerico T (kr) wrote: The only favorite Thai movie that you would watch all over again

Matt G (ru) wrote: Ghibli either puts out truly fantastic movies (mostly from Miyazaki) or "meh" movies...From Up On Poppy Hill is (sadly) mostly the latter. Mildly funny, mildly moving, mildly engaging...just a mild experience all around.

Yash B (es) wrote: Interesting documentary that I certainly learned a lot from.

Leo L (es) wrote: can't wait to see this. Especially with Mr. Jason Mewes in this.

Fercho G (gb) wrote: muy buena pelicula espao-argentino-mexicana

Robert B (fr) wrote: Dark Horse (David Hemmings, 1992)Poor David Hemmings and Tab Hunter. It seemed that at one point, both of these previously-formidable actors were in desperate need of money, which led to them collaborating on this mess of a movie (Hunter wrote the script). I can't be certain this was a Lifetime Original Movie-if so, it was one of the very first-but if it wasn't, this has to be one of the movies from which Lifetime grabbed their formula.The movie starts off promisingly enough. Dad (St. Elsewhere's Ed Begley Jr.) and daughter Allison (Dutch's Ari Meyers) move from Los Angeles to the middle of nowhere. Allison hates it, falls in with the wrong crowd, and ends up getting arrested and having to do community service at a horse farm for the underprivileged run by Susan Hadley (Ginger Snaps' Mimi Rogers). Of course, dad and Susan are attracted to one another, and Allison bonds with Jet, a racehorse who won't let anyone else ride him. But oh, it doesn't stop there. You can't just leave it at that, you have to throw all sorts of other stupidities in the way, but then we'd be getting into spoiler territory.It just gets dumber, dumber, dumber, with no hope whatever of redemption. You know it's going to keep getting dumber; the only question is how far Hunter is willing to go to try and pull the viewer's strings. All the way, it turns out; I can't imagine the stupid getting worse than this. *

Samantha S (mx) wrote: This movie looks very interesting. Hopefully, I will b able 2 c it sometime;)

Charles P (es) wrote: Director DePalma recycles the polished tension of Alfred Hitchcock and a premise inspired by Michelangelo Antonioni's 1966 film Blow Out, and applies his own touches of grit, political intrigue, and cinematic homages.

Benjamin S (au) wrote: The worst Roman period piece I have ever seen. No redeeming features whatsoever.

Vineesh V (gb) wrote: a melo dramatic movie highlighting a social problem in a human life in a corrupt society.

Steve M (kr) wrote: Glauco and Pirro (Fury and Taylor), a pair of slackers in ancient Greece who are are living off their reputations as veterans of the Trojan Wars, are shanghai'ed and ultimately stranded with the ship's crew and a fey Egyptian inventor (Leone) on an island ruled by Amazons. Hijinx and weirdness ensues in this land of jazz ballet and one-piece bathing suits, as Glauco finds love in the arms of the beautiful Antiope (Gray) and Pirro sets about robbing the Amazons blind and thwarting a play for power by the hardbitten warrior Melitta (Rocca). "Colossus and the Amazon Queen" is a comedic take on the "swords and sandals" genre that will leave you more bemused than amused. It's got a charming cast (although Dorian Gray was an odd choice to play the supposedly most gorgeous Amazon ever, as she is a bit on the homely side, to be perfectly rude and blunt) and a fast-moving story the rushes from strange circumstances to romantically comedic moments to quirky slapstick scenes to spoofings of elemetns typical of this kind of movie and back again with such frenetic pace that the viewer hardly has time to realize that most of the jokes aren't terribly funny and most of the action hardly makes sense. The film is made watchable first and foremost by a fun performance by Rod Taylor as the squirly Pirro--he has some moderately funny lines and he has good on-screen chemistry with co-star Ed Fury and with the film's villainess and Pirror's kinda-sorta love interest Melitta. The prissy Amazon queens (as opposed to to the Amazon Queen) that pass for men in the Amazon society are also great fun (and probably an element that gives this movie status as a "cult classic" in the gay community). The many spoofs of "Hercules" film mainstays are also pretty funny, with a scene whre Glacous decides to use his fantastic strength to break down a door that Pirros easily opens by tripping a lever being the best of the lot. Much of the film, though, is more strange than funny. It features a very inappropriate jazz score, which is joined by a very long dance number which is undisguised, pure jazz ballet. (These sort of dances are requirements of the genre, but usually at least a half-hearted effort is made to disguise it as something more exotic. Not so here.) Then there's the leotards and one-piece bathing suits that seem to be the standard outfits worn under the armor of Amazons in ancient times, or when they were just hanging out. These all add up to an atmosphere that's so cheezy it ends up undermining the film in general. If you're looking for a fantasy film to round out the line-up for a Bad Movie night, or a movie that would probably be an absolute scream if you're getting high, I think it might be worth considering. Even so, you probably shouldn't go out of your way for it. It's harmless enough filler if you see it listed in one of those DVD multipacks, but don't waste your cash if there are less than four other movies in the set. While it is never boring, it can hardly be described as good, and it teeters on the bring between a 4 and 5 rating. Colossus and the Amazon Queen Starring: Rod Taylor, Ed Fury, Daniella Rocca, Dorian Gray, Ignazio Leone, Gianna Maria Canale, Adriana Falcchetti, and Alberto Farnese Director: Vittorio Sala

Liberty K (ag) wrote: Very inspiring,It really opened my eyes to see the world in the best light.