Adurthi Subba Rao - During a workers' strike, husband and father Chandrashekar (Rajendra Kumar) quits his job at the mill and moves to the city to look for work. While a series of misunderstandings starts to tear apart his family, Chandrashekar fails to find employment, thanks to the dastardly interference of his former boss Rani (Hema Malini). For mysterious reasons, Rani has taken it upon herself to ruin Chandrashekhar's embattled family. - Rajendra Kumar, Mala Sinha, Hema Malini
- Stars:Zoltán Mucsi, Péter Scherer, József Szarvas, Emese Vasvári, Enikö Börcsök, Laura Ruttkay, Kornél Mundruczó, Roland Rába, János Gyuriska, Judit Schell, Rajendra Kumar, Mala Sinha, Hema Malini, Om Prakash, Rajendra Nath, Priti Sapru Walia, Sujit Kumar, Asrani, David Abraham, Ramesh Deo, Seema Deo, Manorama, Romesh Sharma, Shyamlal, Sunder,
- Director:Adurthi Subba Rao,
- Writer:Inder Raj Anand, Prabhakar Reddy (story)
Shankarlal's dying wife asks his younger brother, Chandrashekhar, to marry an orphan named Laxmi, to which Chandrashekhar reluctantly agrees. They do get married, and soon have three ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(jp) wrote: in palo alto, it feels like something is always about to happen, but then nothing does... long stretches of boring interspersed with short bursts of cringing. Often, i love movies like this. The movie is shot slow and bland in a way that can really work for me, but ultimately the plot (or lack-thereof) betrays that technique. there are not one but two bursts of aimless 'i love you"s, several long transitions that are dialogue-free yet not particularly expressive, and way too much smoking.. there's are moments where there seems to be an attempt at exploiting the cigarettes for the purpose of advancing the story, such as during the babysitting scene where april lights up, or when she wishes on her lucky cig. For me, it rang hollow. The cigarettes are used as a prop for using up time to build tension, a cop-out from developing real, raw characterization. Theres true character building in the contrast between emma roberts' complexity and her aloof parents. its there in the first few scenes, where her basic-b*tch friends are revealed, and where teddy soaks up fred's antics. Overall though, these characters stagnate as the film moves forward. At the end of the day, palo alto was neither entertaining nor deep.
(fr) wrote: Gripping, outrageous, important documentary. Would've liked more focus on the circumstances of Tillman's death though.
(mx) wrote: Simple. Beautiful. Complicated. And racy.
(us) wrote: The ending isn't as compelling as the beginning and middle but The Class is still a great semi documentary/fiction hybrid that gives some great insight and hindsight to modern day teenagers.
(nl) wrote: This follows the life of Chung Li who's father was kidnapped when she was little by M. Bison. She is told to go to Thailand and find Gen who once was a criminal and knows about Bison. Bison also wants to knock buildings down and put a lot of people homeless so he can build his own empire. This got a lot of bad reviews and I am stumped on why. I thought it had a a good story and yeah the acting wasn't perfect but it still was a fun and action packed movie. It had characters from the video game so that was a plus. I did think though that at times Chris Klein was annoying and yes he does not act that good but I could not let one person ruin it for me because I was really enjoying it. Michael Clark Duncan was in this movie too. So sad to hear about his passing. There was a lot of good action and the story was entertaining so I thought this movie was really good.
(ru) wrote: These were so stupid and campy, but it's always funny to watch them. The Zuni doll gets on my nerves after awhile with all his yelling and screaming. And he looks really funny. You'd think something that small would be easy to get rid of, you just kick him. But oh well.
(nl) wrote: Hepburn is magnificent.
(de) wrote: Not only could Ginger sing and dance, but she could act too!
(gb) wrote: Poor. Poorly acted and poorly directed. And worst of all, dull.
(ag) wrote: "Wild Things" is Southern melodrama with a taste for the soft core, a piece of fattening garbage fitted with whodunit twistings and film noir undercurrents. It is a steamy, diabolical exploitation movie with a lot in common with "Basic Instinct" and "Body Heat," sexually aggressive thrillers whose erotic characteristics seem to tie in with the more violent things in life. "Wild Things" isn't high entertainment, no, but it has a way with drawing us into its potboiler world of deceit and carnal sweat - it's trash good enough to trick us into thinking that it isn't such. Without its many scenes of Vaseline-on-the-camera, slow-motion, sexy-time fuckery, I imagine it would be more highly regarded as something better than what they play on Showtime after hours. Because, skin flashes aside, this is a credible, involving neo-noir smarter than any middle schooler would have you believe. Matt Dillon portrays Sam Lombardo, a high school guidance counselor living on the wealthier side of Florida. He's a recent winner of the area's "Teacher of the Year" award, with most of the female student body dramatizing their troubles in order to get closer to him; the staff sees him as one of their finest. But he's rather oblivious to the romantic attention that surrounds his persona. Hapless is he to his appeal. Unexpected to him, though, is the downturn his career is about to take. After taking up the slinky Kelly Van Ryan's (Denise Richards) offer to wash his car for charity, he finds himself perplexed that the girl, the most attractive and rich in town, has told the police that he raped her, due to his rebuffing of her come-ons. So he finds himself in the middle of a high-profile lawsuit, only made worse when trailer trash Suzie (Neve Campbell) imitates Kelly's claims and lands him in even hotter water. Local cop Ray Duquette (Kevin Bacon) has an underlying feeling that something is afoot, and without giving away the film's many breathtaking plot twists, he's right. The further I traveled into the dark depths of "Wild Things," the more I found myself frustrated that it has been billed as a sort of quasi-porno for the Skinemax crowd since its release, just for what comes down to about maybe five or six minutes of hot and heavy make out sessions, pre-sex interludes. What's been ignored in the last two decades or so, thanks to scummy man-children who handle sexuality in film like a dog acts around a hamburger, is an ingeniously plotted thriller that would make Brian De Palma proud. I can partially blame the director, John McNaughton, for "Wild Things's" rampant reputation. The film certainly doesn't need to be so sexual, and there's a feeling that he knew simple minded audiences might have trouble staying with such a complicated plot - after all, it's more reliant on dialogue, on intrigue, than most thrillers. Unfortunately, sex sells, and "Wild Things" feels a lot cheaper than it actually is because it squeezes in gratuities for the sake of public attention. But there's much to like here, and I found great enjoyment devouring the many tricks the film has up its sleeves. It's like "Peyton Place," just set in Florida and drowned in a lot more dirt. Dillon makes for an enigmatic anti-hero, and Bacon gets to chew a lot of scenery as the straight-laced cop. I particularly relished Richards and Campbell, who bring the film to deliriously outrageous levels with their lethal combination of wickedness and sultriness. Bill Murray stops by with a hilarious supporting turn as a slimy lawyer. "Wild Things" pushes boundaries left and right, making it more intent on shocking than it is on being confident enough to let its storyline speak for itself. The sexual elements are problematic, but the knowing atmosphere, combined with the breathy punches of the plot, turns it into a special, scrumptious little B-movie treat.
(ag) wrote: I cried all the tears.
(jp) wrote: Dr. Seuss' The Lorax is entertaining and brilliant. When I first saw this movie I didn't really get it, but now the movie makes perfect sense. This movie has an amazing plot. I would suggest this for little kids because of Dr. Seuss, but for you adults you will love it because it has such a story behind it. I would suggest this movie.
(es) wrote: Though I believe this film does have it's fan who love it without irony, this blaxploitation classic is one that is so terribly written, directed, acted and just about every other filmmaking element you can think of, it reaches near Ed Wood proportions of so-bad-it's-good. If you ever listen to star Rudy Ray Moore talk about this film, he made this film with complete seriousness, which is what makes this revenge tale of Dolemite being released early from prison to take down the rival pimp who put him away. Lucky for Dolemite his madame has had all his girls, in his absence, trained in karate, so Dolemite is aided my an army of female kun-fu fighters. He also get some of the worst 70s fashion imaginable. The acting is so wonderfully awful and is made even more hilarious by absurd dialogue that features a profanity in just about every third or fourth word. Oh, and you also have Rudy Ray Moore doing his "rapping," which feels as if it domes out of nowhere and from a completely different film. Overall, this film is a zero-star film, but I certainly got at least three-stars worth of entertainment out of it.