When Pal's son kills a police constable, his best friend, Saxena, the only witness to this murder, comes forward and as a result Pal's son is arrested and charged with murder. Pal pleads with Saxena to change his witness statement, but Saxena refuses to do so, and as a result Pal's son gets convicted and is sentenced to death. Pal swears to avenge his son's death. Years later, Saxena's sons, Ramesh and Suresh, have grown up. While Suresh, the younger son, is serious, studious, and business-minded, Ramesh is quite the opposite. Pal's son, Prem, befriends Suresh and gets him hooked-up with a gorgeous looking girl, and drugs his drinks, thus making him an addict. He falls in love with this girl and wants to get married to her. His parents and Ramesh are opposed to this, and Ramesh goes to the extent of threatening to kill her.
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Craig Dylan W (us) wrote: When there isn't much archival footage, this filmmaker makes the scenes with his own hands, and memories from what is left of his family. Heavy stuff. CDW
Cale b (de) wrote: A very impressive & violent martial arts film which features some of the greatest martial arts stunts I have seen however the combat does get repetitive after the first hour but never looses its cool.
Ale L (us) wrote: Redford, Streep, and Cruise give us a powerful war-epic with over an hour of dialogue and tear-ripping moments.
Kelly L (it) wrote: A small, satisfying movie and worth a watch. Well put together. Sneaks up on you.
Anna S (fr) wrote: I'm not impressed by the movie, once again few moments were copied from Hollywood scripts, but good songs, teddy bears and cars make it "watchable".
Codie E (gb) wrote: A powerful and moving exploration of the breakdown of a relationship. Hardly fun and enjoyable stuff but excellent filmmaking with wonderful performances.
Matt G (br) wrote: Shyamalan's on-screen confidence often crosses over into arrogance...but not here; this is pure, solid storytelling. In one of the slowest superhero movies ever (which really isn't a terrible thing), the premise that humans with special abilities could live among us is completely bought into. The gun scene alone may be among the strongest in either Shyamalan's or Willis's careers; palpably tense and heartbreaking, much like the film as a whole.
Kristoffer C (ca) wrote: Pras is a better actor than rapper...so you should have an idea of how not good this film is. Easily forgettable. Some interesting action elements in the film but overshadowed by mediocrity.
Sekirei S (au) wrote: An intense thrilling movie by one of the greatest actors in China!
Gavin M (nl) wrote: I'm in middle school and my lazy teachers show a lot of movies (because they don't want to teach), and 90% of them are crap beyond belief, but October sky was an exception. It was quite predicitable, formuliac and a bit cheesy at times, but it was still well made, and man, was I surprised when I saw that it was directed by Joe Johnston. I was amazed that he could go from directing a movie as mature as this, to a complety immature film - Jurassic Park 3. The Acting was pretty decent, and I thought Laura Dern in particular was great, she kind of reminded me of Sandra Bullock's character from The Blind Side. The main thing in the film that I found annoying was Homer's (the main character) relationship with his dad. We've seen this "Dad-wants-his-son-to-follow-in his-footsteps-and son-wants-to-be-independent" relationship so many times, I got bored with the father-son scenes, instead of being entertained. But, all that being said, it was still a good movie, and if you haven't seen it and have got the time, I recommend checking it out.
Will D (kr) wrote: I haven't ever climbed Everest, beaten up Chuck Norris, or died and come back to life. However, I have sat through Megaforce and I live to tell the tale.
Christopher H (ag) wrote: A Great film for all the family. Some very funny moments but some gags were lost on me and my family. Overall I would recomend this film for everyone!
Allan C (us) wrote: Terrific political thriller about rogue general, Lancaster, attempting to overthrow the government in a coup d' (C)tat. Director John Frankenheimer, who also brought us the equally fine "Manchurian Candidate", and screenwriter Rod Serling have crafted a smart and suspenseful thriller that manages to also seem utterly plausible. With the exception of "Dr. Strangelove", which in some ways is a satirical version of almost the exact same same story, there are really no other films of this sub genre that can stand up to this one.
Christopher B (gb) wrote: Very good conclusion. Unfortunately kept waiting for it to end.