A scrupulously honest cop refuses kidnappers' demands at grave risk to the life of his son. The son is rescued but lives forever scarred by his father's willingness to sacrifice his own son for the sake of his principles. This works out to devastating effect when the son grows up to be a Mafia don, and his father is assigned the job of bringing him in. Vijay Kumar grows up with a grudge against his father, a honest and incorruptible policeman, Ashwini, who refuses to negotiate his son's release from his kidnappers. Vijay grows up hating everything his dad stood for, and turns to crime. Now an established criminal, Vijay faces a murder charge, will his father help him now?
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Craig F (fr) wrote: I didn't understand how nobody saw her changing physically. It was very obvious and if her doctor sees lines on her skin that are clear because of an infection but tells her she most likely has a cold, then he's a moron. It wasn't believable to me. She would have been hospitalized. I did, however, like the ending.
Michael D (ru) wrote: Fabulous preparation for the musical!
James W (ca) wrote: pretty good, tho it was not what i expected....at all!
Richard D (gb) wrote: I thought this was a sharp bit of satire about a group of young social misfits who develop a fascination with guns. They form a strange, insular social group called "The Dandies" that makes them feel more powerful and self-assured, while also divorcing them from reality. Their loss of a firm grip on reality leads to a bizarre, violent climax.
karen n (mx) wrote: Really good, romantic, scary, and with a weird ending, where you have to figure the ending out yourself.
Kade C (kr) wrote: One word can sum up the fourth installment to the Indiana Jones series: disappointment. The beginning is so promising, and then it just gets worse and worse. First they pointlessly shove Marion Ravenwood into the movie. Then you get an insanely over the top action sequence in the jungle with Shia LaBeouf swinging from vines with monkeys. Then you get the damn aliens. My favorite part of the movie was actually Shia's performance as Mutt, he actually brought some fun to the film. This movie should have been focused on Indiana Jones passing on the action-adventure mantle down to his son, since he is getting "too old for this s*it." But no, instead we get aliens. Disappointment.
Chris H (de) wrote: It's watchable, but it's really dumb. Bruce Willis just can't act, I'm convinced. Every little thing is made to be a really big deal by a really bad actor.