Raj likes to gamble and place bets about virtually anything, including befriend an attractive woman, Pinky, and pretending to her brother, while carrying on his romance with his sweetheart,...

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    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1969
  • Language:Hindi
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  • Keywords:police,   gun,   conspiracy,  

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Chilli H (mx) wrote: Good all the way through until the end. The ending was confusing & hugely disappointing, just bring more questions than answers. Shame really.

Tommy F (us) wrote: If only it wasn't 70 minutes and rushed.

Bjrn C (us) wrote: Very preachy and heavy handed with "love mother-earth" philosophy. Even though I tend to agree, this movie goes a little far with it. That being said, what a great documentary about some interesting people with pioneering spirits. Wine, wine, wine.

Charperrin W (us) wrote: Probably the funniest zombie comedy next to Zombie Land! There are a few filmmaking mistakes but nothing that takes away from the film. And Michelle Ryan is sooo beautiful!!

Dennis V (ca) wrote: Funny and touching. A very good Korean movie.

Justin H (us) wrote: Not the worst zombie movie I've ever seen, but definitely not even close to the best either. The acting was emotionless, and had that "phoning it in" quality that I'm sure you've seen elsewhere before, and there's no sense of tension because you're never given a reason to care about any of the characters. People react to the deaths of their loved ones--sometimes by their own hands--until about the end of the scene, and then promptly seem to forget about them.But apart from the poor acting, the death scenes were so ridiculous as to be simply stupid. Examples: A zombie the blade of a shovel rammed through its midsection, but the hole was clearly only the size and shape of the handle. Not to mention the other zombie that was killed, javelin-style WITH the blunt end of the same shovel. And death by baseball? Seriously?Also, the director apparently has no concept of distance. "Never leave the gate open!" says one character. But I can't see why it matters, when the gate appears to be a good 2 miles away from your cottage. Also, towns in Ireland appear to be a good 300 miles apart on average, because the characters started heading to "the next town over" in daylight, and still hadn't gotten there by the time it got dark. When they were already out from the last town, mind you.Now, all of this may sound like it's shaping up for a movie that's so bad, it's good. Sadly, that isn't the case. There are a handful of scenes that are unintentionally hilarious, but they're so few and far between that they aren't worth it. And the pacing of the rest of the film renders it tremendously boring more often than not.There are much better zombie films out there. So unless you've already seen everything else, and you're something of a completest, I'd recommend not wasting your time on "Dead Meat."

Private U (gb) wrote: An uplifting documentary about the role of music in the movement to end Apartheid in South Africa. Powerful story and great music.

James W (mx) wrote: A very interesting drama about the games that go on within our own government.

James S (de) wrote: The dictionary definition of an average Horror B Movie.

Ross C (us) wrote: B-movie horror that cannot really be described as sci-fi with its awful portrayal of science as well as some terrible physics. Pretty poor alien invasion affair that's only worth seeing as a study of the 50s.

Eric R (br) wrote: I must need to dive deeper into Phil Karlson's catalogue cause if the two films of his that I have seen are any indication; he was a hell of a filmmaker. Kansas City Confidential is a heist noir flick that is very well done in almost every way. The cast is great; with each of the four bank robbers having very unique personalities and performances. I loved Lee Van Cleef in this. The story is realy perfect for a noir with tons of double crosses and interesting changes of pace that really keep the tension up throughout. The direction is also very strong and fits the film perfectly. Just a great underrated noir.

Connor G (fr) wrote: One of Cagney's finer performances, leaving with a perplexing ending to his character.

Amanda S (gb) wrote: Amazing film, worth watching

Johnny L (de) wrote: It's pretty neat as a first look into the world of competitive bodybuilding. The film should be watched with Generation Iron to compare how things have changed over the decades.

scott g (ca) wrote: the first hour was interesting and dident really know where it was heading, but i felt it lost it a bit towards end, even though there was interesting topical stuff being brought up