Sone Ke Haath

Sone Ke Haath

Forced to settle his father's debt to the village lender and to support his mother and sister, Vijay turns to crime, joining a gang of smugglers to put food on the table and cash in his pockets. But when he meets beautiful Prema, Vijay begins to reconsider his chosen path and looks for a way to leave his felonious life behind. Helmed by P.D. Shenoy, the film stars Om Prakash, Babita and Sanjay Khan.

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mike p (br) wrote: If seeing Don Notts karate chop the air while proclaiming 'his body is a weapon' is funny to you then this is a must see. Peronally i find that schtick to be a riot. The Ghost and Mr. Chicken is really only a must for fans of Notts. Its a charming film that kinda falls short in the last act. I was hoping his night in the haunted house would have been a bit longer. But as it was it remained a fun film. While watching the film I couldnt help but entertain the thought of seeing Don Notts and the gorgeous Joan Staley fully naked and having sex. "Thats boy Luther!"

Kara E (ca) wrote: Great Netflix movie night movie.

Bernie F (nl) wrote: Hmmmm Not as good as camp x ray with Kristen Stewart

james f (it) wrote: tim allen and andy dick are in it, but it still looks interesting. hmm.

Meghan R (jp) wrote: Really cute but totally predictable. Reminded me of my Big Fat Greek Wedding.

Rainer K (fr) wrote: The most positive thing I can share with you about Wilde is the casting - Stephen Fry doesn't only look like the real Oscar Wilde but also has the same dandy-like attitude you'd expect from him. Jude Law on the other hand plays the same character he has played so often in the earlier stages of his career - a young, handsome and flamboyant yuppie. Considering these roles (which are mostly not so likable characters) I admire how he matured and became one of the finest British box office magnets (up to the point where I'd have made him Bond and Sherlock Holmes - he's a prototypical British gentleman by now - not so much back then). Although Oscar Wilde's life and work is quite intriguing and I love him as an author and political figure I can't connect with homosexuality - I rather prefer to not notice them, a film where his sexual life is depicted rather graphically is not the most suited film for me in the process. Constrained by British society rules (which are quite hypocritical) and absurd laws (for civilized modern folks at least) he's forced into prison and exil leading to an early death - he never flees and he never properly denies or lies about his homosexuality - feeling a bit guilty on his own. Nevertheless, his actions are not reasonable in my opinion.

alex f (it) wrote: had all the pieces to be an outstanding movie, with the added bonus of one of my favourate actors (brody). with a gritty subject matter and some iconic acting pieces i was loving this flick from the start... sorry to say this didnt live on as i watched. richelle (my mrs) said it best "all great actors but they are all seem out to make their own mark and they are not in it together in chorus for the better of the movie."

John B (us) wrote: Only the best movie of my lifetime.

Noah A (fr) wrote: I can't bring myself to like this movie. It's way too weird for me and I usually like weird stuff in movies. D

Carlos M (gb) wrote: The first twenty minutes are the work of genius, but then the film loses some of its focus and becomes a usual collection of sketches - though most of them hilarious and memorable. And Chaplin's idea of using spoken voices only from mechanical devices is brilliant.

Jordan D (ag) wrote: A great movie. It was creepy and engaging. But, some monologues and characters are just so forget able

James H (kr) wrote: Low budget and certainly a bit corny aided immensely by the presence of Robert Alda in the lead role. The dialogue is a bit wooden. The performances are decent, but no one is great. It has some creepy moments, but it?s generally pretty tame.