Reshma and Shera love each other in the midst of a violent feudal conflict between their clans. When their families find out about their relationship, Chotu, Shera's sharp shooting kid ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Reshma and Shera
Reshma and Shera love each other in the midst of a violent feudal conflict between their clans. When their families find out about their relationship, Chotu, Shera's sharp shooting kid ...
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Huw G (au) wrote: Wooden acting, pulp script. Easy to follow though, but that just reveals how plain bad this is.
Michael A (ag) wrote: This movie is my all-time favorite horror movie. It makes fun of the genre while still giving us a great horror movie.
Robert F (ru) wrote: Not exactly sure how they went from my personal favorite B-movie to the worst movies I've seen in my entire life, but there you go.
Martin S (ca) wrote: Intense with subtle methods. Beautifully and respectfully made around the concept of the most fundamental of needs and expectations.
Stefanie B (it) wrote: I don't even know where to begin. What a story!! The director and cinematographer just told the story with such a phenomenal way. The editing, the shots, the colors where just so vivid and real.
VAMPIRE LIBBY H (ag) wrote: this is a great movie. George Hamiton really shines.
Mike M (br) wrote: The curtain call for Hammer Films proves a disappointing adieu. The studio's struggles to reinvent themselves clearly on display in this mish-mash of Rosemary's Baby and similar fare, with Richard Widmark ill-cast in the lead, his hamminess overshadowing strong efforts by Lee and Kinski. Surely, Wheatley's source material deserved better (as in Hammer's excellent "The Devil Rides Out").
Ashley H (au) wrote: Gun Glory has some good action and general layout of the story is well executed. Law and order and religion have established roots in the town, but the old order of cattle drives, cowboys, and gunslingers are still around. The clash of the two occurs in a nicely staged ambush scene where the townsmen ride right into a trap. Stewart Granger, an ex-gunfighter, plays the guy who is shunned by the very townspeople who need his expertise with a gun. Not a great western, but still it kept me interested.
Ga H (gb) wrote: how the hell have i never seen this before?? dripping with atmosphere, i spent more than half this film on the edge of my seat wondering who the hell the killer was, i'd worked it out about the hour mark then spent the rest of the film thinking no woman get away!!!!! two things i noticed, how well shot the film is, great cinematography and for english people abroad how frustrating is it not to understand the lingo?? no french subtitles leave you in the victims shoes trying to work out what the hell people are upto, a very very clever and effective movie trick, i liked a lot.. this is being remade and i urge anyone who's going to see the remake buy this first. i got it new for 5 off amazon new.. i can't remember the last time i spent so little on such a good film. 10/10 brilliant
G W (ca) wrote: SO cheesy and SO ridiculous. But somehow...still kind of fulfilling. Like ready a cheap fantasy paperback.