Industrialization has reached each and every small village in India and the villages here are bearing the brunt of urbanisation in their own way. This is the story of a family residing in one such village. The family comprises an elder brother Vithal, a farmer by profession, younger brother Anand, a student, and the middle one Yeshwant, a vagabond, who left his education midway. He would squander his time by standing at the local paan shop, and as expected, he volunteers for the local political party. Ambadas would often use such people to enhance his political status, challenges Appa, a senior political leader and uses Yeshwant as his scapegoat. Caught in a whirlpool of lies, deceit and betrayal, Yeshwant and his family are on the run. But without surrendering to the cruel and ruthless circumstances, they manage to stare in the face of danger with courage and valour.

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Paradh torrent reviews

Larry B (jp) wrote: Absolutely without a doubt the worse excuse for a movie I ever endured through. I would rather soak my naked body in honey and sit on a fire ant hill than watch this cinematic piece of crap.

Paul D (ca) wrote: It's not a bad premise, but it never really gets going with two lost souls finding each other, however the plot is never really built upon and it ends before it feels like it has started.

Joe A (mx) wrote: Alyce Kills is an interesting and sometimes very gruesome and disturbing tale of downward spiral caused by the refusal to take responsibility for one's own actions. Alyce (Jade Dornfeld) is a pretty young woman with a mundane job and her own issues. One night she gets together with her best friend Carroll (Tamara Feldman) and a night of partying gets a bit out of control as Carroll finds her boyfriend (James Duval) is unfaithful and convinces Alyce to do drugs with her after a night of drinking. The evening winds up on the roof of Alyce's building where some poorly judged playfulness leaves Carroll on the pavement barely clinging on to life. Alyce hides from her involvement and soon her growing guilt leads her to seek solace with Carroll's drug dealer Rex (a very effective Eddie Rouse) who finds more physical ways for pretty Alyce to pay for her increasing drug habit. But, drugs doesn't stop her pain or the haunting visions of her friend and now Alyce decides to remove herself of guilt by placing it on others and then punishing them for what she sees as their part in Carroll's accident. From her cheating boyfriend, to Rex, to Carroll herself, Alyce has a disturbing and gruesome plan to remove the guilty parties and thus her own guilt and savagely starts to carry it out. Writer/director Jay Lee tells his story of guilt and gory murder with an approach that is both straightforward and yet stylish. The film did remind me a bit of American Mary in that it has a down on her luck heroine who turns to some very gruesome activities after an emotionally traumatic event. The difference being Mary was a victim and took full responsibility for her actions whereas Alyce puts her responsibility on others and then bloodily dispatches them to 'avenge' an accident that was basically her fault. The film gets increasingly disturbing as we watch Alyce's descend into homicidal madness and she calmly dispatches her victims and then uses common kitchen implements such as a garbage disposal and blender to try to get rid of the bodies. Even more disturbing then the gore and body parts littering her kitchen is the almost Martha Stewart-like demeanor Alyce sports while working diligently at her task. And leading lady Jade Dornfeld does good work at portraying a young woman who already has some emotional quirks and is unhappy with her life now slowly sent over the edge by not facing the consequences of her actions. She never goes over the top, which would have been less disturbing in this case, and her slow detachment from her emotional responsibility does come off well. Another performance that stood out for me was Eddie Rouse as drug dealer and streetwise philosopher Rex. Rouse creates a vibrantly realistic portrayal of a street hood who justifies and revels in his place and purpose in society. A very strong and layered portrayal of what could have been a cliche' supporting character. The film is not perfect. It has a very methodical pace for a 90 minute flick which works both for and against it. Despite some top notch gore FX, we wonder if maybe Lee spends a bit too much time on Alyce's blood soaked activities as a large portion of the last act is the dismemberment of one of her victim's body right down to scrapping the meat off of their bones. It's a bit much. Maybe we could have had less of that and one more emotionally disturbing scene like that of Alyce at Carroll's funeral. That was more effective then seeing body parts and made one's skin crawl over her inappropriate behavior at such an event. Also, it didn't seem quite right that the police accepted Alyce's alibi so easily. It didn't sound solid to me and the officer questioning it seemed skeptical but, then the police involvement in the story just gets dropped. Still, even with it's flaws, I found Alyce an interesting and disturbing watch and there was some nice acting from some of it's principals. Jay Lee seems to be a filmmaker with potential and in an age of endless remakes and sequels, it's nice to see a filmmaker create something original and in his own style. Not for everyone but, worth a look for those who like something a little offbeat with their horror.

Marloes G (ca) wrote: Nice movie. A very weird story though.

inhtinh h (mx) wrote: La version originale tait tellement poche que a donne pas envie de voir le remake

Brad I (mx) wrote: This movie is great b/c you dont know how much of the comedy is intentional.

Codrut (mx) wrote: Great comedy. This Guy is a genius, lunatic, freakin' crazy. So love this Taxi series. Pity that Sammy Naceri won't appear in the 4th movie. He made all the movie. :)

Mayank F (kr) wrote: american pie meets step up in this comedy. better performances from the lead actors and a few laughs makes this worth a watch.quintessential will gluck....

Alex K (ag) wrote: I Don't Watch Movies That Are Rated NC-17 And X.

Heather M (br) wrote: Burt Reynolds - Enough said!

Gregory W (nl) wrote: anything dark shadows rules

Kristin L (ag) wrote: God underholdning! Surrealistisk, ufrivillig morsom, innpakket i god musikk og visuelle effekter.

Tim C (es) wrote: William Holden and Jennifer Jones passionately bring to the screen a story of forbidden love and weaves through cultural convention and personal inhibition. Jennofer Jones plays a Eurasian woman who accepts her Asian heritage more so than her European heritage amidst the backdrop of post Workl War II Chinese Communism. William Holden plays the sexy American war correspondent who etches a place in her heart. Based on a true life experience, the film is bound to capture your heart.

Willie K (ag) wrote: Everyone says the plot is convoluted, impossible to follow and boring, and that the only reason to watch this is for the costumes and set pieces. but I think they're missing something. The plot moves forward on two levels - the personal and the political, so the real theme behind this movie is how the political affects the personal, and vice versa. Especially by the end of the film, shifting political alliances, military victories and defeats are clearly and dramatically affecting the fates of our heroes. And then, ultimately, Cabiria is freed because of the personal effect of a political move: Scipio takes Sophonisba away from Massinissa to eliminate the threat of rebellion, and in doing so, takes away the queen's reason to live. Curiously, Cabiria, the center of the movie, is the most passive and perhaps least developed character in the film. She might as well be buried treasure. And yet she is the center of the movie, and sometimes we are reminded of her because the camera seems to forget her. Take the garden scene, when it is not at all clear what happens to her, and then we don't know for a good long time: she does not appear again literally for ten years, and then when she does reappear, it is with a different name, and we are not told it is her. She is there because she is not there; the fact that her fate is unresolved remains the central tension and dramatic force of the movie. Ultimately, I think this form of storytelling - both the "big world/little world" plot development and the "unresolved character" issue work better in literature/theater than on film, and that's probably why, in retrospect, we watch this movie mostly for the costumes. But what I see is the developing language of cinema, and an experiment tried by a director and screenwriter in 1914 that would never be considered today. Which adds up to a fascinating movie worth watching, in my book.

Mike W (ca) wrote: So happy they made this film because it shows the end of the Curse of the Bambino!

Ahmed J (es) wrote: I mean, COME ON. You don't want me to give this 5 stars? HA? Blind recommendation from me >____> T___________T

Adam R (es) wrote: It's scary and tense and has everything you want in a slasher film. (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)

Jason S (ag) wrote: it was an ok pool movie