Paanch

Paanch

The film is "loosely" based on the 1976-77 Joshi-Abhyankar serial murders in Pune. It has been refused a clearance certificate by the censor board, twice on six grounds - the film glorifies violence; it shows the modus operandi of a crime (killing of a police officer); it shows excessive use of drugs; it has double meaning dialogues (with sexual undertones); it has no positive characters; it does not carry a social message.

4 friends (Luke, Murgi, Joy and Pondy) wasted by youth and self destruction play together in a band along with a fifth female member (Shiuli). Luke the lead singer and self-imposed leader ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Pavan R (ca) wrote: Pretty entertaining movie..cute and romantic at times...the lead have a good chemistry

Rob W (ag) wrote: Slow burning storyline that reels you in, downbeat and gripping is an adequate description. 7/10

Cardo D (de) wrote: Me gust, no es una pelcula que trascender pero me gust la trama.

Benjamin W (au) wrote: At times, the lack of historical and narrative detail make this seem almost like an infomercial rather than a documentary. On the other hand you do get to see Jerry Garcia enjoying the heck out of plucking a banjo.

Yasuyuki Y (mx) wrote: The feelings between we want some sympathy and we don't want.

Jerrod K (ru) wrote: One of my favorite football movies

Bloodmarsh K (ru) wrote: Wilford Brimley manages to steal the show with about a total of 10 minutes of screen time. Sally Field is simply too likable for Megan, a naive, somewhat ignorant reporter who can't help but print every single thing she finds.

Michael T (us) wrote: Some of the films that the Shout Factory has released as part of its Roger Corman's Cult Classics series are actually pretty decent genre films and others are, well, not. Corman cannot really be blamed for this one, his New World Pictures distributed it but it was actually an Italian film directed by Luigi Cozzi that was quickly and cheaply made to cash in on the success of Star Wars. The film lacks the charm and fun that went into the Corman-produced Battle Beyond the Stars (1980) and recycles the concept of the styrafoam planet from the original Star Trek TV series. The main reason this film was made, it appears, was to show off the, er, charms of cult British actress Caroline Munro. She plays the heroine of the piece and wears a skimpy Barbella-like outfit (even on a freezing cold planet). The cast includes former evangalist Marjoe Gortner and a pre-Knight Rider David Hasselhoff. Christopher Plumber shows up to play the emproer of the Universe and the main heavy is Joe Spinelli as an evil count out to overthrow the emporer and remake the universe in his own image. The plot really doesn't matter here, the film is probably best enjoyed as a campy relic of a bygone day when everyone wanted to cash in on Star Wars. Munro and Spinelli would be reunited in the unpleasant Maniac (1980) and later would appear in the under-rated Fanatic (Last Horror Picture) in 1982. Hamilton Camp, who provides the voice for Elle the robot who joins Caroline's crew, was married to Ms. Munro at the time.

Fred L (ca) wrote: The Mother of all swordfighting scenes for a finale.

Barbora G (br) wrote: Really liked the movie. Different from all the love stories, very sweet.

Greg W (fr) wrote: #3 in the harry palmer spy series Caine is awesome as the spy harry palmer

sara (ag) wrote: Its a very good film even if you are not a fan of super hero flicks because Tony Stark is more of a genius with a super hero made by him which makes this character snd film much more interesting. Also Robert Downey Jr was born to play this role.

Don S (ag) wrote: My kind of comedy: crude humor that is actually funny, gross out scenes, two really hot ladies and guys who act enough like me that I can relate. Far -fetched situations aside, this was a rousing good time. I laughed like an idiot at several scenes. Yep, I really enjoyed it.

Paul D (ag) wrote: Fairly standard horror, not the worst, but not the best, which pretty much exemplifies most of the current films its star is taking or only gets offered.