Ram Balram

Ram Balram

Ram and Balram are 2 young boys who live with their loving parents. Their scheming uncle, Jagatpal, however kills the boy's father and mother. Jagatpal lies to the boys that their parents have been killed in an accident and promises to raise them himself. He enrolls the younger brother Balram, in school and eventually sends him off to join the police force. The older becomes a mechanic. Jagatpal has a tight hold on the boys, even when Ram is an adult, he still gives all his wages to his uncle and is only allowed to keep a few rupees for pocket money.

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Nir E (fr) wrote: An enigma of a film that holds on to the heart. It's mysterious, strange and beautiful.

Christina A (ag) wrote: It started out good but got boring as it went on. I felt that it ended on a very negative note with more than one old punk saying "Punk is dead." I feel some of them got to concerned with labeling things.

Andrew M (ca) wrote: American Pie is a less appealing film. This is because it lacks comedy taste. This movie did not really catch my eye. This is more of a teenager film like 13-16 years old. I would not suggest this movie.

Alex K (us) wrote: Not his best but still enjoyable.

Tim M (au) wrote: The subtitle 'The Man Who Loved a Corpse' refers to just one of the three characters in this twisted and sexual flick. "A man searching for his long-lost lover is kidnapped by her killers, an insane, mother-daughter duo, and they force him to commit various sexual atrocities with them." Basically a noir Twilight Zone that is at times creepy, sexy and gross. Good direction, too long.

Gary K (de) wrote: "Stewardess School" stars some recognizable actors in an all-round bad movie. Don Most was best known for playing Ralph Malph on "Happy Days" and Julia Montgomery was known for "Revenge of the Nerds." Brett Cullen is the only one who salvaged his career after this stinker, going on to star in "Lost" for several seasons. It's a typical '80s comedy: loser guys figure out how to hook up with hot chicks with hijinks to follow. This premise was done much better in 1985's "Private Resort." In a post 9/11 America, the movie's sour notes are just that much more flat.

Irene M (au) wrote: bizarre. Really great cast.the the best word to describe it is ludicrous in its satire. I guess I had to detach myself from it. The realist in me kept wanting to know how this army squad could sustain this corruption. the ending was very dated, as well.

Augustine H (es) wrote: Entertaining enough, especially about the idea of the laser beam. However, when you see the laser beams appearing again and again, the film has just become ridiculously boring, not to mention the perfectly predictable ending. Luckily, we discover that Catherine Zeta-Jones has a great ass thanks to the laser beam.

Jonathan M (kr) wrote: I can see why the use of a lot of archival footage (showcasing it was the reason it was made), makes this movie important. However, the frame narrative is stilted and tenuously connected to much of that footage.

Liam H (gb) wrote: Picnic At Hanging Rock doesn't so much grip as it hypnotizes the viewer. The stunning outdoor locations, dream-like visuals and melancholic score all aid to create an atmosphere of phenomenal ambiguity, intrigue and unsettle. Rarely is a film both haunting and beautiful in such a compelling and profound way.

Jeff S (us) wrote: How and why did Denzel Washington, Gary Oldman, and Mila Kunis even sign for this film?