Shaque

Shaque

Shaque is a 1976 Bollywood drama film directed by Vikas Desai and Aruna Raje. The film stars Vinod Khanna.

Vinod Joshi lives a middle-class existence with his wife, Meena, and a young son. He would like to improve upon his living conditions and ensure that his child enjoys life thoroughly. One ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Toni S (ca) wrote: Not as cinematically poetic as it could have been but it's still a wonderful glimpse into an alternative view of Beirut from that given to the world through the International media channels like CNN.

Rachel H (ru) wrote: One of those so horrible it's wonderful movies. Definitely comedic gold, though I'm not sure if that was intentional.

Bee C (ca) wrote: Uh... very stereotype kind of movie. And for fuck sakes I am sick of hearing the song I WILL SURVIVE in a gay movie...WTF??!!!! there are other gay anthems lah fucking move on already!!! Very hollywood, very predictable, sweet as saccharine sugar...ENUFF! Next!

Hafi H (br) wrote: This movie was not as bad as critics panned out 10 years ago. I think because it was Disney's first CGI film, it was harshly reviewed. It was funny and silly... Full of ridiculous animal puns and quick witty dialog. If you got little kids, they'll dig it.

Fabiana D (au) wrote: Meglio il libro del film.

Angelo T (kr) wrote: Not even the charm and appeal of Brad Pitt can save Johnny Suede's from being the worst film he has ever made. Johnny Suede sings about the soulless story of a boy who dreams to be a rock star worsened by the pointless tale of his journey with his favorite pair of shoes.

Melissa F (gb) wrote: Very interesting movie! Really enjoyed sadistic Rickman character! It's interesting that there was only to 2 cast actors in one place in this entire film!

Thaddaeus D (ag) wrote: I could reprisal of the transporter series not quite caught up in the action as much as the original actor who played the part

Josh M (de) wrote: Comanche Station was the second half of a Boetticher double feature (the first being Ride Lonesome), and I can't imagine a more unfair way to watch it. First of all, watching Station and Lonesome back to back only emphasizes how similar the two movies really are. And I'm not just not talking about the plots, though they're nearly identical; I'm also (maybe more so) referring to the dialogue, which is largely repeated in both films, often line for line. But the bigger problem is that Comanche feels like a warm-up for Lonesome (ironic, given that it came after). The personal dynamics aren't as interesting; the motivations behind Scott aren't as complex; the finale not as riveting; and so forth. It's not that it's a bad movie, but it's a lot slower, a lot less tight, and nowhere near as solid as Lonesome. Had I watched it before Lonesome or on its own, I'd probably like it more, but as it is, it comes across as a bit of a pale retread, no matter the order in which the films were made.