Singh Saab The Great

Singh Saab The Great

A common man fights corruption and injustice.

The movie follows Saranjeet Singh ';Sunny'; is a simple man who loves his family and values truth and believes in its triumphs. "';World suffers a lot, not because of bad people';s violence; but because of good people';s silence." The common men, when united are neither common nor helpless. Singh uses this as his strength and starts his fight against the corruption, injustice, bad and wrongs... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Singh Saab The Great torrent reviews

Yaminah A (fr) wrote: Loved it! Alice killed it on screen! If this is the "final chapter," explain that ending. ..?

Darren M (nl) wrote: Reasonably handled creature feature but is no hitchcock. The beards are it for the beards not the birds.

Zach L (mx) wrote: A good 2 nd remake of mechagodzilla 7.0/10

Alex K (nl) wrote: My Favorite Comedy Film Is 1933's Duck Soup.

Dancing Gir (au) wrote: I have this movie it is old!(i think) well i love this one i used to watch it when i was young . well i still am even though my myspce says i'm 88 well i'm not anyway i have this movie an i still love it!

Gav S (mx) wrote: what a bucket of crap.

Nolan S (de) wrote: A dark, yet beautifully animated, film.

Issac L (gb) wrote: A Bruuel school's invitation is always becoming for any cinephile's reservoir, currently this film marks my fourth entrance into his territory after the lesser approachable THE MILKY WAY (1969, 6/10), THE EXTERMINATING ANGEL is an outstanding surrealism allegory, Bruuel maneuvers a sleight of hand with sheer simplicity, the entire story is predominantly crammed in a living room of a regal mansion, the owners Luca (Gallardo) and Edmundo (Rambal) host a dinner party for 20 middle-class guests. Bizarrely the party never ends, all of them, with the steward Julio (Brook) are incarcerated in the living room, whoever intends to get out of the room, will involuntarily alter his mind to stay, meanwhile for the people outside, the same mysteriously inexplicable force hedges them from entering too. Trapped in this claustrophobic space, the coexistence turns sour with time ruthless consuming the sustenance, the energy and the etiquette, simultaneously squabbles, vituperation, oneiric hallucinations, suicidal tendency and roughhousing all come to the fore (Bruuel could go to extreme with cannibalism but he chose to refrain), the procedure of everyone takes off their facade and betrays their true self is excruciatingly riveting, the film could scale new heights as a superb probing essay on human nature if Bruuel cared to exhume deeper to each character's meaty backstory (the fraternal hint, the flirtatious lady with terminal cancer, the undercurrent of adultery between the hostess and the Colonel, a votive trip to Lordes, the before/after reaction of taking the ulcer pills, not to mention the "La Valkiria" Leticia played by the first-billed Silvia Pinal, there are a slew of untold scandals are in need of elaboration). Instead the upshot is executed with a much murkier distinction, conspicuously they are all pawns in Bruuel's storybook, it is rather an exacting task to distinguish all the different roles from a first-viewing, if only Robert Altman would do a remake, and expunge the political metaphor of the ending, then it would be transformed into a highly-watchable character analysis and an incisive farce with eye-dropping theatrical showpieces.Of course Bruuel's mastery is omnipresent in the film, the superimposition shot of a clear sky upon a facial portrait, the outlandish amalgam of lambs and a baby bear, and the creative approach to offer a vent to let them out (a Paradisi's sonata is the turning point), until the climax, we all realize it is just a trial run, and the denouement is a dual indictment on undiscerning religious belief and the political status quo at then, pepped up with a palpable feeling of hopelessness. Also the slap to the bourgeois is loud and clear since the film's opening, it is the servants who are sentient of the pending uncanniness, and urge to leave the house as soon as possible, only the obtuse are being entrapped by the almighty trickster. Then what happens to the hoi polloi in the church? The purge is more generic or we should merely stop over-interpretation? Anyway who needs a concrete answer as long as Bruuel is concerned.

joseph e (jp) wrote: Review #310 Comedy Seriously What's the worse that could happen? That your movie sucked? No it is not Lawrence's fault! he is still stuck in this movie like all of the rest of the cast. They were bad in a bad screenplay too. I actually enjoyed it, well not a real lot. There was too many, way too many chacthers. The plot was loose, and very stupid, and clich'd. It wasn't as funny as you'd expect. So I ask you again. What's the worse that could happen? That you could suck worse than your title suggest? i don't know, and I really don't care. Atleast the ending was good.