Patthar Aur Payal
Ajit Singh is a leader of gang of bandits. He has his younger brother, Ranjeet, also in the gang. Ranjeet meets with a beautiful young woman named Aasha, and decides he does not want to be a bandit anymore, and much to the anger of Ajit and his henchman, Sarju, re-locates to the city, in order to live a peaceful life. But Ranjeet is arrested and held in prison. Then Sarju and Ajit come to the city and kidnap Aasha, as they know that Ranjeet will come back to rescue her. Ranjeet seeks the co-operation of the police, but they will only help him conditionally.
- Stars:Dharmendra, Hema Malini, Vinod Khanna, Ajit, Jayshree T., Rajendra Nath, Iftekhar, D.K. Sapru, M.B. Shetty, Ram Mohan, Rajan Haksar, V. Gopal, Jankidas, Yash, S.K. Prem,
- Director:Harmesh Malhotra,
- Writer:Ravi Kapoor (screenplay), Ravi Kapoor (story), Rahi Masoom Reza (dialogue)
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Patthar Aur Payal torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: A real disappointment as Roland Joff directed one of my favourite films (Brighton Rock 2010) and I had thought his stylish and exciting touch would be present in this earlier movie. Sadly, it's a disjointed mess, with a plot so thin that it's virtually starved. Cuthbert's character is too spoiled to sympathize with and the killers are easily dispatched once she breaks free. It's faintly notable for containing the only smoothie made of body parts that I've ever seen - but even this shot at horror is defeated by Cuthbert's so-so reaction and the fact she seems oblivious to having chugged ears and a nose when she wakes from her swoon. Definitely one to rent (if you're bored).
(au) wrote: I want to rate it lower because of Justin Long, Kevin Smith, and a lackluster villain, but it was still enjoyable.
(ag) wrote: beautiful, elegant and clever,very fine acting,french film as it should be!
(ag) wrote: A really good film that I remember liking a lot thanks to Brandauer who as usual is astonishing
(nl) wrote: Love means never having to say you are Sorry...
(it) wrote: It's hard to believe that this movie is almost 80 years old. Everything is good in it, camera work, directing, witty humor and of course performances. Not to mention its role in defining its genre.
(nl) wrote: Delightful Christmas movie that has emerged as a new classic, thanks to a game cast and sweet but intelligence nature to it's storytelling. Will Ferrel is superb as Buddy, giving one of his best lead performances playing him as a simple but sweet natured man who just wants the best for everyone. His physical comedy can't be denied (just the image of him at his size in an elf outfit is laugh out loud) but Ferrell plays him with such charm you understand why everyone warms to him. He gets great support from the rest of the cast, particularly the great Bob Newhart as his adopted father, whose opening narration perfectly sets the film's tone, and Zooey Deschanel as his love interest, who gets a chance to show off her singing chops. Plus, Peter Dinklage has a hilarious cameo as a short person Buddy mistakes for an elf. Behind the camera, Jon Favreau crafts a smart but sweet, poking gentle fun at Christmas traditions & movies but in such a loving way you can tell it's meant to pay homage over satire (the fact the North Pole is populated by claymation creatures is a great touch). The sweetness pervades throughout the film and in a nice twist, his biological father's wife, played by the wonderful Mary Steenburgen, is openly accepting of Buddy over being a cliche wicked stepmother. Overall, a funny family film that deserves a permanent fixture in every Christmas movie collection.
(es) wrote: It was decently funny and was a decent way to use time travel, but was too high in sex and drinking, but still good.
(br) wrote: Set in Paris, melancholic drama depicting grief, loneliness, hurt, family dysfunction.
(mx) wrote: Innocent people are being brutally murdered on the streets of New York by a uniformed police officer. As the death toll rises and City Hall attempts a cover-up, Detective Lieutenant Frank McCrae (Tom Atkins) heads the investigation. A young cop, Officer Jack W. Forrest, Jr. (Bruce Campbell), finds himself under arrest as the main suspect, having been the victim of a set-up by the real killer and a mysterious woman phone-caller. McCrae sets out to solve the puzzle before the Maniac Cop can strike again... "Maniac Cop" is a classic gritty 80s NYC slasher from William Lustig with a perfect framing of what it actually is, a B-movie that pretends to be nothing else than a B-movie. "Maniac Cop" offers the viewer a good blend of horror and action. Its quite intense with a dark vibe, partly scary and theres a social political comment in the foundation of the storyline. What if you cant trust the cops anymore? What if cops would end up killing innocent people in personal vendettas? And you gotta give it to Robert ZDar, hes one scary bad guy.