Raju is his real name but due to his unhealthy and unkempt manner of living, he is called "Junglee" by everyone in his village, all save for ex-convict Ustad Anwar who has served time for murder, and his father. When Raju's dad passes away, the local money-lender gives him an ultimatum to either re-pay the loan or he will take possession of his house and land. Raju decides to hitch a ride to Bombay, get a job, save some money, buy a couple of bullocks, till his land and re-pay the money-lender. No one gives him a ride, so he stows away in the back of a fruit-laden truck, which has one more stowaway, a run-away gypsy named Tarna. Both of them meet, fall in love, promise to help and marry each other. After the truck ride, they board a goods train bound for Bombay, but during the journey both get separated. A few months Raju finds out that Tarna is now known as Meenakshi, a movie actress.
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Shivanshu M (ag) wrote: for all those critics who say its not a good film, u people don't know what cricket means to us, what that earthquake disaster was, pain and sufferings, u dont know how much it takes to take a bullet for other. But thats nothing cuz u people certainly dont know what emotions are. Kai Po Che epitomises the pure human emotions, storytelling at its best. But how would u people will see that cuz u r blinded by ur fake sci fi woodoo and vampire stuff. so Grow Up hollywood show some REAL human emotions.
F B (mx) wrote: A surprisingly good but seemingly unconnected sequel to SK1. Good story with predictable outcome but thoroughly enjoyable film.
Dan L (ru) wrote: Typical treasure hunter's story! Not surprises, copied and dated storyline, CG and special effects were no big deal. Chiling Lin didn't know how to act even she looked okay in the movie. Jay Chou should just stick with music, man.
Sbastien H (jp) wrote: Un film trs fuck, mais trs bon et original. Texture unique, du jamais vu. Un divertissement honnte. Julie LeBreton flambette en bonus.
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Zachary Y (ag) wrote: In a lot of ways the father of the modern indie drama. Brilliant directing, use of color, shot composition, and command of excellent cast of characters brought to life with relatable and candid acting. Woody channels the pensive philosophical nature of his comedies into a very reflective, thoughtful drama.
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Chuck T (gb) wrote: This movie is kind of cheesy but Lorre's so good in it you don't care. He's absolutely mesmerizing as he gets more and more mentally unbalanced as the movie progresses. Definitely one of the best movies about creeping hands out there.
Christopher S (fr) wrote: Fritz Lang's politically-minded suspense drama is most interesting as a document of its era, but also works as a thriller. It's heavy-handed with its political ideologies, the acting is dated, and it goes on far too long - but a morally complex plot, several memorable moments, and Lang's taut filmmaking keep it compelling.
Tyler S (fr) wrote: One of Mark Wahlbergs better performances of his career, this interesting sports tale is about John Papale who tried out for the Eagles, and made it at 30 years old.He had a lot of heart and actually made big plays in his career as he played for the Eagles for 3 years.The movie jumps right into the story of Philly friends who are a tight knit group and play football on the side as a unit.When an open tryout is called, Papale goes for it and makes the squad.I really think Wahlberg was fantastic here. He really was. He made this movie for me. He really sold the role, and I never once thought he was "acting." The story had a lot of interest, the football shots were really good, and the supporting actors of Kinnear, and Banks fit in really nicely.It could of had a little bit more depth but the movie was really hard not to like.The movie did a good job of shaping the times, and the music was also excellent.I really enjoyed the slow motion football shots as the action was really intriguing.Overall a very solid film that I would watch again in large part to Wahlbergs dialed in performance.
James K (ca) wrote: Sometimes, comedy and horror don't mix, and the end result can be not that entertaining to watch. Trying to put in some humor in an otherwise dark film, kind of distracts the point being made: survival. However, these two very different genres did come together by a spot of luck in 2009's "Zombieland" to brighten our day. As well as give a nice parody on the whole zombie sub-genre of film, too. Here, we are given both comedy and horror that is presented in both a unique and fun way. While there are some minor problems that are presented, the film as a whole is smart, creative, and funny along the way. "Zombieland" is a nice little treat that combines comedy and horror together in a wild and zany ride. It's time to nut up or shut up.The plot is very simple: zombies have taken over the United States of America, and it's all thanks to some contaminated meat. There's not that many surviving humans, and the few that are out there all have the same problem: they are going to die. Luckily, there are four survivors named Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson), Wichita (Emma Stone), and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin). Together, they must learn to ultimately trust each other in this undead wasteland. And there's no Twinkie that is safe."Zombieland" has a lot of things going for it. For one thing, the story is both original as well as funny. This not only comes from the really creative and inventive ways the zombies are killed, but also from the improvisation of all our actors. In fact, most of the zombies that are presented here, along with the make up and special effects, have a comical nature to them. Which is interesting, because while watching the movie, one might get a feeling that a cartoon is being played out. And going back to our actors, under the direction of Ruben Fleischer , every one actor and actress deliver great performances with what they are given. Especially Harrelson, who more than definitely steals the show as the comical Tallahassee.With the location of Georgia as our setting (and a brief moment in Los Angeles), the scenery looks like the movie could be filmed in any location, and every little attention to detail is near perfection, it makes one wonder what the world might come to if a zombie apocalypse could actually occur. Plus, the music by David Sardy, as well as the accompanying soundtrack, provide a good listening to the ears. "Zombieland" is a fun enjoyable horror/comedy that will leave the viewer entertained all the way through.However, with that being said, that's not to say that there are some problems with the movie. And most of it comes from the pacing. The movie goes rather quickly, and that's not saying it's a bad thing, it's just that we jump from one moment to the next within a short period of time. And because of this quick nature, we do not have time for development on certain things. Like giving a flashback to when the whole zombie epidemic first started out; rather showing us than explaining to us at the beginning of the movie. Basically, if the pacing for this film had been slowed down a little, then the movie would have been perfect.In conclusion, "Zombieland" is a good movie, despite having some issues with the pacing, and it definitely brings together both comedy and horror together rather nicely.