Inspector Srivastav is framed by a wily and cunning gangster, J.K., and unable to prove his innocence, hangs himself, leaving behind his wife, and son, Vijay. Years later, Vijay has grown up and has joined the police force as an Inspector. Unlike his dad, he is corrupt and does accept bribes to turn a nelson's eye to crime. The City Police are assigned the task of apprehending a customed man called "Shahenshah", who operates at night and targets, tries and kills gangsters in a "Judge and Executioner "style. No one knows the real identity of Shahenshah, as he is feared by the police department, and respected by the poor and middle-class.
An underworld criminal name JK is involved in terrorism as well as criminal activities, he also intervene in government affairs and is a crook in the book. When an honest police inspector ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Edwin P (ru) wrote: Siddiq Barmak's "Osama" is billed as the first entirely Afghan film shot in that country since the rise and fall of the Taliban. Inspired by a true story, it tells the story of a 12-year-old Afghan girl and her mother who lose their jobs after the Taliban closes the hospital where they work. To support the family and feeling desperate, the mother disguises her daughter as a boy to work at a local shop while hiding her true identity from the Taliban. A Golden Globe Foreign Language Film winner, the human story that Barmak portrays onscreen is both harrowing and unforgettable. In today's world, it is hard to imagine a place where women are still being persecuted and where individual freedoms do not exist while the rest of the world sits back and does nothing. This is Barmak's call to the world about the human rights violations that existed in his country. Marina Golbahari performance as the young "Osama" gives immediacy to the subject matter and her cries for help remain loud and vexing long after one knows about her fate. Her only fault is to be born a girl into a world where there is nothing but cruelty around it. Film art takes the creative process of committing the unimaginable on celluloid to entertain audiences worldwide. Barmak, on the other hand, uses that same medium to capture the unimaginable stories of his lifetime as a call for action, remembrance and a state of fact to these human rights issues.
Timothy S (ag) wrote: Nowadays, there are two main types of horror films that have permeated the marketplace; one is the ultra-gory torture flicks that push the envelope of the "R" rating, and the other type is the watered down variety meant to attract that teen crowd and younger. "Darkness Falls" is an uninspired thriller belonging to that latter group, a hurriedly slapped together dud to make a quick buck. Obviously the filmmakers know that it doesn't take much to scare sixteen-year old girls, and that's really the only age group who would find this lazy, unimaginative picture worth seeing. The set-up is just fine, as the legend of the Tooth Fairy is explained to the audience, but there's virtually nothing else to recommend here. Like so many other films of this type, the cast is filled with vapid pretty faces that have no experience carrying a movie. For many, this represented their big break, and afterwards, they were never heard from again. The slim screenplay has very little weight, almost no character development and goes into "final showdown" mode (hero VS. the creature) after about forty-five minutes. Which I guess isn't bad when you consider this runs a measly seventy-five minutes minus the excruciatingly slow end credits. Talk about unnecessary padding, not to mention that precious little thought went into this. "Darkness Falls" is as generic and forgettable as movies comes these days. It's boring, boring to look at and completely lacking in any substance whatsoever, little more than a poorly made last-minute rental pick.
William C (ca) wrote: It wasn't the best Star Wars movie ever made, but it definatly has its moments that make it stand out from the other movies in the saga.
Jeff M (gb) wrote: Nicholson is the real deal here, acting his ass off in a suitably over-the-top, tour de force star turn as the legendary slain teamster. Director DeVito literally writes himself into history here as Hoffa's distractingly diminutive sidekick Ciaro(as if there weren't enough real life "characters" in this story already?) - a folksy storytelling tool that represents the lone sour note in a minor epic that otherwise hits several high notes with memorable cinematography, writing, and supporting players(the inimitable J.T. Walsh). Certainly one of the most underrated films of the 1990's, and of the best big screen biopics of it's era.~ @thestaticisland
Pavandeep S (ca) wrote: Amazing handling of its Hitchcokian plot with a beautiful tale of confusing sumer romance. I was totally hooked on this tale of a girl who is totally lost in a world that makes decisions for her and yet, no one does it right. The film revolves heavily on the theme of desire and being interesting. The girl is not desirable, but her skimpy swimsuit and her figure helps and she is not interesting except for the above fact, but everyone doesn't notice the outside and seems absolutely smitten with her cousin, who gives off the air of being high maintenance and typical. I love the way the girl discovers each detail and each character having a pro and yet a flaw and each character is just stupid not to relize that Pauline is just not an idiot. A movie that is both charming, witty and very much stamped with Rohmer.
Eric P (de) wrote: Manages to make even the most cold-hearted person sad. Could use a remake, but nearly perfect as it is.
Jordan K (mx) wrote: A classic piece of shit, I saw this old propaganda film on Nostalgia Critic, and I agree with him when he says this film is so overly propaganda that it's laughable. Although the message of the film is agreeable and good, the affects of marijuana definitely seem overexaggerated. The film's 1930s like behavior and world is just so funny to watch.The film doesn't have much of a story. Basically a bunch of 30s teenagers who get exposed to drugs by gangsters, get high and then do all of these crazy things like playing the piano really fast and killing your friends. It's hilarious to watch, and I actually find the scenes before everyone gets high funnier because the character of Bill is such a wuss, he refuses to drink soda and tells stories about his mom's cooking. It's an awful propaganda film that is so overexaggerated that it makes things like Cindy Goes to a Party look like a gangster film.
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Adam V (br) wrote: Compelling statement about race relations. Not a lot really happens, but you can't stop watching. There's a feeling of hopelessness and desolation throughout that keeps you wanting more.
Joo P (us) wrote: Trick 'r Treat is a refreshing take on Halloween films and a deserved tribute to all those creatures of the night! A fantastic film that does not give in to those horror film cliches. An unconventional Halloween story, with a great cast. Overall, a really entertaining flick!