Police Inspector Tejpal Randhawa is assigned to investigate the case of the dead woman whose body was recovered from a small pond. Tejpal links this matter with a missing persons' report filed by Ravi Patwardhan and his father-in-law, and subsequently has the dead woman identified as Sheela, Ravi's wife. According to Ravi, Sheela had left their home to go to visit her parents. When she did not arrive at their house 24 hours later, he himself had gone to their house, and on not being able to locate her, had accompanied his father-in-law to the nearest police station and filed a missing persons' report. Tejpal would like to conclude that Sheela was waylaid on her way to her parents' by person(s) unknown, beaten, and her body was left in the pond. But this case puzzles him, as there was no apparent motive for unknown person(s) to waylay her, as no money has been taken, and her body has not shown any signs of sexual molestation. Taking these facts into consideration, Tejpal starts to ...
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Kelin C (kr) wrote: Excellent movie that everyone should see.
Jeff L (us) wrote: Darn, I wasted 18 ringgit watching this silly revenge horror flick in 3D. Children's memories, amusement park excursion gone awry and even a trip back in time appear in this Japanese movie. I couldn't make figure out what was happening and neither was I interested.
Faian K (us) wrote: very funny, I love it
Matt P (it) wrote: Potential movie viewers who are intrigued by the film's flashy cover will be horribly devastated to learn that the money they have spent either buying or renting this film had in part gone to those who created it. The movie is so atrociously painful both to watch and listen to if you attempt to leave the room before shutting it off, that it begs the question of how the approval was ever actually given to make it in the first place. Granted this was Chris Fisher's first big step into filmmaking, but as with diving into a pool, if you jump in head first you have to expect to get wet. This film was no exception. The plot was slow and painfully dragged out by the multiple (less than) suspenseful attempts at making it seem as though "The Nightstalker" was about to attack. Instead, you were left with heartbreak, staring at a epileptic, violent montage set to inaudible screamer metal. It really begs the question, "Who would want to watch a movie like this?" Surely those interested in the Nightstalker case, of course! Wrong. The movie all but avoids the major facts of the real Nightstalker case, and ( I use the term lightly) fans of the case will be appalled at the blatant ignorance to the title lends. Perhaps horror movie buffs or people looking for a scary movie come late October will find this film appealing? Sadly, while the movie is a intense mix of speeds, the dragging plot and vicious cut scenes do less to intensify the film, and much more to confuse the viewer. Not only does it leave the one watching it confused as to the purpose of this change of speed, but also as to the events that took place all together. The sole redeeming quality of the movie is that Bret Roberts, who plays Richard Ramirez, (The Nightstalker) does look significantly like the actual serial killer. Sans this look-a-like, even Danny Trejo's admirable performance cannot save this absolute abortion. The sheer memory of watching this film will haunt me for some time now, and I plead with those who remain on the outside, looking in- Stay where you are.
(gb) wrote: It was just OK. I really liked the first one much better. Some movies just shouldn't have sequels.
Mary L (br) wrote: A better soundtrack would have really improved this movie.
Dylan C (au) wrote: Cumbersome thriller about a loving husband turned psychopath after he has delusions that the center of the universe has chosen him to kill beautiful women. Stylistic at times but utterly aggravating in it's plotting as the film reveals every twist and turn a good hour before it executes them. This film doesn't look good enough to make up for its contrived and dreary story; even the actors look like they don't know what they're doing. David Keith as the psychopathic father never hits a menacing note throughout the entire film and Cathy Moriarty is given the typical misogynistic "screaming woman" role. Director Donald Cammell seems to have had large aspirations for this film as he includes great sweeping shots of the Arizona landscape along with classical music (featuring Gustav Mahler's Second Symphony throughout the film). These touches made White of the Eye less aggravating than other films in it's genre but I can't say they build up enough of a reason to bother with this film.
Dean K (mx) wrote: The most over-the-top of the franchise and well the blatant silliest. This time George Kennedy is the pilot and his supporting character is expanded. He is the only actor in all four films. Robert Wagner plays a bad guy. The flare gun scene is hilarious. The best part of the film for me was Susan Blakely but really this is just disaster camp. 2 out of 5 So Says the Soothsayer
Scott M (ca) wrote: B movie. Really terrible B movie. Sandra is funny, but she doesn't save it from the truly awfulness that it is.
Roxann M (kr) wrote: I'd see it only becaue Brendan is in it and I like his work.
Galvy F (nl) wrote: When some things we seen won't hurt us, and other things do when what we see is ourselves get older, but still young and others young bit getting older we wish not to see. When what we do is see all sorts of cases that we wished we had never seen, especially those whom are close to us. When what we see we have eyes all over when we have an eye for fighting crime. When what we see we wish were here, that we rather eye down a barrel instead to end it all. When we see we can't do it, when it's not the cure to our pain. When we see we have to lift spirits high to lift others we see low. When we see we have experts to see closer to give us a report. When we don't see somethings that we could see as one of us to learn the hard way. When we see we have a good reputation, with serious weaponry, to see that some people are loose cannons waiting to blow. When what we see we know it's serious business thst others see and others wish they don't see to get out. When we see some people are good, honest and can see good when their aim is the best. When others want us to see some evidence when we are on the right direction. When we see our shots are better thst others show us otherwise. When others want us to see to go to the direction that is sabotaged for us.***************************************************************************When we can't get enough of things bad for us, that we can't get enough of the feeling of being high and soaring all the time. When we can't have enough good mornings of being over joyed celebrated and good company and food. When We had enough of bad mornings. When others cant get enough of bad things We can't get enough busts and takedowns. When we can't get enough of some people it makes us crazy knowing they have the upper hand on us it makes us hysterical with power and rage. When we can't get enough of living without those not around anymore that we wish they were there with us. When we can't get enough coming home alive after every takedown we do. When we can't get enough living we are close to ending it all.When we can't get enough high hopes to add to more. When we can't get enough experts to handle the case. When we can't get enough of the excitement and danger that we learn the hard way. When we can't get enough of what we are good at, we are honestly good. When we haven't had enough but had too many to know we are lose cannons waiting to pop. When we can't get enough pain, good help, in somethings but for others it's too heavy to bare that we wish help was there for us. When we can't get enough living on the edge that jumping off the ledge comes natural to us when we are crazy. When we can't get enough of work that we continue for it is the only thing that keeps us alive, when death comes natural to us. When we had enough deaths when they are prime suspects we wish to question. When we can't have enough backup to save our ass. When we can't get enough of some people, when they are good partners welcome in our home. When we can't get enough of somethings when we are having a good time and harmless compared to other substances. When we can't get enough good shots when we are one of the best. When we can't get enough of somethings when it's healthy competition. When we had enough of us to sabotage what trail we are on. When we had enough kids to know we can't keep up with them all but only one that gives us a tip. When we can't get enough evidence when it leads to our own people and those higher up to know we are in over our head. When we haven't had enough danger and excitement to have it blown in our face but not stopping us. When we had enough of some people to keep trying again till they had enough and quit. When others can't get enough of our family to use them as leverage. When we can't get enough of our own to see they don't escape our grips when they are the best at what they do and we need them. When we can't get enough of pain when it's helping the enemy with what we know. When somethings we are sick off we shake off when we had enough of them on us. When we had enough of some people to blow them away when they come our direction. When we all had enough of each other to be the first one to shoot each other first but first settle things like men the old fashioned way. When we had enough of death to let the law settle it. When we had enough of somethings when we have our whole life to look forward too. When we can't get enough of some people that we partner up with them when every screw job just needs their screws tighten. When we have some people who can't have enough, and others whom are lethal weapons that can see, we naturally partner up with those whom bring the trigger happy gun men addicts their targets.