Raampur Ka Lakshman
Kedarnath Bhargav, his wife, Laxmi, and two sons, Ram and Lakshman are homeless. While traveling, their train derails and the family is separated into 3 groups. While Laxmi works as a maidservant in the house of Bombay's Mayor and his daughter, Rekha; Ram has been abducted by a career criminal, and Kedarnath & Lakshman are together. Ratanlal Verma, a kind-hearted man, with a son named Prakash comes to Lakshman's rescue
- Stars:Randhir Kapoor, Rekha, Shatrughan Sinha, Padma Khanna, Ramayan Tiwari, Sulochana Latkar, Faryal, Manmohan Krishna, Raj Mehra, Randhir, Roopesh Kumar, Keshav Rana, Ramesh Deo, Shyam Kumar, Rajan Kapoor,
- Director:Manmohan Desai,
- Writer:K.A. Narayan (screenplay), K.A. Narayan (story), K.B. Pathak (dialogue), Prayag Raj (collaboration in script)
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Raampur Ka Lakshman torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Dinosaurios para nios!
(jp) wrote: Good, But not as good as Degeneration
(nl) wrote: I'm begging you. You can watch it, but please don't joke about it this Christmas.
(de) wrote: It looks fancy, it flows smoothly at first, but at the end is becomes too twisted to follow and ends up felling flat. Severely slow at times, the kill-scenes aren't fascinating and the suspense doesn't go far. The cast and characters are the most memorable thing about this movie, but the cinematography stands out too.
(nl) wrote: "Nunca te vi, siempre te am". Hermosa traduccin para el ttulo en ingls de esta pelcula, aqu en Chile. Tan hermosa como la pelcula misma.
(ag) wrote: Nicholson and Black give great performances in a sometimes interesting film. Despite a short running time, the movie feels much longer than it is. And, time has not been kind. The film is very dated --- and not in a great way. But it is still worth a look at one of the two films that would make Jack Nicholson a major movie star.
(fr) wrote: Evidence that quantity does not mean quality. 180 minutes long, probably just so that it could earn the "epic" tag, this movie drags on an on, thanks to unnecessary side plots and details. Clearly not true to history - if El Cid and some of the other characters really acted in the way they did, and made the decisions they did, history would have been quite different. El Cid's adherence to certain (misplaced and misguided) honours and loyalties are laid on so thick, and stymie so many good ideas, that you start supporting his enemies.Plot-holes and random pointless twists abound.The acting is incredibly wooden, especially by Charlton Heston and Sophia Loren. The supporting cast aren't much better though.On the up side, the battle scenes are well done, cinematography is great and costumes look very authentic.
(de) wrote: The story is about Domino Harvey played by Keira Knightley who is the daughter of actor Laurence Harvey and fashion model Paulene Stone renamed Sophie Wynn in this movie. After a stint at boarding school since she was naturally rebellious, Domino finds a course from Ed played by Mickey Rourke who is helming a course for bounty hunter wannabes so she takes the course in order to become one and joins Ed and Choco played by Edgar Ramirez. Soon after, her life goes truly crazy after Mark Heiss played by Christopher Walken asks the trio to become the subject of a reality TV series. Then a bail bondsman named Claremont Williams III offers them a risky case and they go chasing after missing men and money while landing with the FBI and the Mafia. The film is loosely based on the real-life bounty hunter Domino Harvey who shortly died before this movie was made from a drug overdose. While the film contains some good elements, it's lacking the excitement it needs for a serious action movie or a biopic and overall making it generic/boring which is not a good sign for a biopic that involves a high level of action. Directed by the late Tony Scott, Domino gets a 7/10 and I'm being nice.
(ru) wrote: Review In A Nutshell:I came into this film thinking I would be swept off my feet just like Fosse's brilliant film, All That Jazz, but sadly elements of the film failed to keep my attention. I can certainly say that Cabaret looks spectacular, and by that I mean, the set designs are great, the costumes are in line with the director's exaggerated tone and style, and the photography captures the glamour and grittiness of cabaret show and the life in Germany before the rise of the Nazi party. My problems were mainly concerned with the film's execution of the ideas and themes that surrounds the simplistic and odd romance between certain characters. I feel like Fosse was trying to tell me something about the loss of beauty and loss of artistic freedom as life heads towards Nazi-led Germany, but I felt it wasn't delivered clearly as I hoped it would be, as I do find the topic interesting and eager to explore it. I also found the film's music to be a tad bit disappointing, although I found the last tune to be highly entertaining; maybe my expectation was high, hoping it would be as great as or more than the tracks in All That Jazz. The film's acting was actually one of the film's highlights with great performances from Liza Minnelli, Michael York, Joel Grey, and Helmut Griem. It may seem that I am criticizing this through comparison to All That Jazz, but that's because I am, as that film is a prime example of a musical that gets a lot of things right and truly made a huge impression on me. This would definitely be a film I would try to revisit in the near future and give it a proper review as I do see the film's potential and sometimes the songs sound and feel better during a second time. But for now, I found this to be underwhelming.