Rahu Ketu

Rahu Ketu

Concerned over the rising death of low-caste people in a remote town in India, the Central Bureau of Investigation assigns this task to Inspector Ravi Kapoor and instructs him to go incognito to investigate these deaths. Upon arrival, Ravi is received by Collector Rahu Nath, to whom Ravi introduces himself as a Horticulturist. Thereafter Ravi lives in a small house that was owned by a man named Mohandas, who had died under mysterious circumstances. Mohandas' children, Tulsi and her brother live there now. Ravi and Tulsi fall in love with each other, Ravi offers them all possible protection if Tulsi and her brother help him with the investigation, to which Tulsi agrees. Before Ravi could take any steps he is arrested by the local Police Inspector Thakur and lodged in a cell. And the only way he can get out by revealing his identity - which can seriously jeopardize the entire investigation.

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Gabacho G (it) wrote: Spark is the 10th burning man movie I've seen. It has some of the best visual footage of the event. It interviews and profiles some interesting people including the former Marine who built Burn Wall Street. Where Spark falls down is where many other burning man films have failed. It focuses way way too much time on the founding fathers and mothers, the BMORG: Larry Harvey and company. They have already told their story hundreds of times. This time some more drama and bickering is shown which is amusing. I didn like seeing some of the footage from 1996.Note to BM filmmakers: No one cares about the BMORG. We care about the artists but not to the extent we want to watch drawn out mini stories about them. Get to the point. a few minutes spend with a few major artists at BM who are NOT related to BMORG staff is good. I would heavily edit this film and remove all the BM corporation part and insert a lot more of the art, participants, mutant vehicles.

Tiana J (es) wrote: So here we are! After watching Movie 43, I never thought that things could not go any lower. But apparently, it can and it just with InAPPropriate Comedy.So, the "plot" to InAPPropriate Comedy (like Movie 43) is full of sketches that never go anywhere and progressively gets worst by the minute. For example, there is The Porno Review where Rob Schneider (who drop out of Grown Ups 2 to be in this movie) and Michelle Rodriguez who reviews pornographic films like Sushi Mama and Sperm Lake (which is a homosexual parody of Swan Lake. And Blackass (which is a parody of Jackass) where five black guys go out and cause trouble by doing black people stuff. And most of all, there is The Amazing Racist where Ari Shaffir and his cameraman go around the town showcasing extremely racist and the most offensive stereotypes imaginable (or maybe ever). There other sketches like Dirty Harry (played by Academy Award-winner Adrien Brody. Just why?) is just full of repertoire of double entendres. And Above the Gate where Lindsay Lohan stands above an air vent where a man Vince Offer watches from underneath. And bunch of other sketches that I refuse to talk about like Psychology World and Things You'll Never See.Well, that is the movie folks. After watching a rancid, soul-draining eighty-four minutes of this utter nonsense, I thought Movie 43 is the worst film I have ever witness. Turned out, I was dead wrong. I consider this worse than Movie 43.With the most offensive, sexist, and homophobic jokes and stereotypes ever, I never thought comedy can go so low in my life. Don't get me wrong, I do not those things but when it go too far, it has to stop. I will be so surprise if I see a film that is so much worse than InAPPropriate Comedy.People, if want to watch a comedy crude yet funny, do not watch this film. It is crude not in a good way. There are better comedies that you could be watching.

Adam M (kr) wrote: Pretty cool martial arts movie. Well, i say pretty cool. They all seem the same to me but i suppose martial arts fans might say that about horror! When some old emporer gets overthrown by a massive wanker, one of his best people is sent out to find out who's still on the emporers side but due to a betrayal, our hero becomes the most wanted man about town. I'm not a big martial arts fan like i used to be years ago so can't judge to harshly but this seems like an average story surrounded by some brilliant fight scenes and its those scenes that make it pretty cool!

Soni K (ag) wrote: Why was this movie even made? They could hv done a much better job with a much better script! If another is made, I hope they put some genuine effort into making it more "culty" and less "MTV".

Jonathan I (fr) wrote: Made with good intention but runs as coincidental as a children's novel (it's based on one, afterall). I would compare it to a Hallmark movie. While the storyline is good, the movie drones until we are given Joan Plowright's charming performance through the last twenty minutes. Her heart can evoke audience tears, but often the rest of this film is hard to buy. Jim Caviezel is superb and grounded in his role. Overall, it's a good family film for those with eight-year-olds to teens, for the sake of the story itself.

Tyson P (mx) wrote: oh where to start, i guess with the good, the movie delivers what most people expect, lots of goey gore. each death is not short and the director loves to focus on the slow mutilation of the victims, spiders slowwwwwly eat a person, acid erodes a face, someones crucified and at least one eyeball is gouged out. all is done in plain site for the viewer so get to see all the goodness. This is basically all i got from this movie though, even though there is so much death and gore it still somehow felt slow, we're waiting for what we all know is coming to happen and it takes the whole movie to do it and then when it does its not quite the climax i was waiting for. you know i really had this movie hyped up in my mind because of all the attention it gets in the horror world but for me its one that falls short of its reputation, unfortunatly. However because of the good attention to gore i wont be so quick to dismiss mr. fulci quite yet as i have ordered 'zombie' off ebay and am once again in eager anticipation.

Francis M (de) wrote: Not exactly a film, a long but well put together TV drama.

Oliver S (kr) wrote: shocking and brutally honest. gripping.

Gary K (jp) wrote: Finally -- I've seen the third in the "Maniac Cop" series! Unlike the first two, this one pushes the viewer's ability to suspend belief and go with the story. The voodoo angle is overplayed and comes off here as the goofy plot device it is. The film also relies on several flashback sequences that are distracting -- if we're watching the third film, we got the story down. Still, the action sequences are fun, which is why this entry, though inferior to the original, gets an extra half star for inventiveness.

Joshua L (gb) wrote: Kid & Play! hahahaha this movie is great

Zurina (fr) wrote: Touching true life story of a Balkan boxer who lived through the holocaust and survived it.

Alfred P (au) wrote: Watchable, not least because of copious nudity. A little difficult to follow at times in terms of PoV issues.

Matthew H (jp) wrote: An engaging, well-directed New York flick with an Oscar-worthy old Laurence Olivier and a young Dustin Hoffman: they just don't make em like that anymore.

Law C (de) wrote: Say what you will about the silly plot and over-the-top acting, I still think this movie is just plain #*%&ing fun. [Law C you are fined one credit for a violation of the verbal morality statute]

solidity q (fr) wrote: A solid movie with solid acting and a few good twists. Well worth the rental fee and time spent.

Spencer S (ag) wrote: A great movie that is less about the sport and is more about the main character and his personality. Great cinematography and intense ski scenes alone make this film worth watching.