Shankar (Mithun Chakraborty) is sentenced to live outside the limits of the city due to a Police case. One day he happens to rescue a woman in distress from some hoodlums and finds out that her name is Namkeen, who resembles a missing multi-millionaire Mohinidevi (Pooja Bhatt). Shankar asks Namkeen to impersonate Mohinidevi to embezzle her wealth. Namkeen agrees to do so, but the question remains: where is Mohinidevi, and what will happen to Namkeen when she is found?
- Stars:Mithun Chakraborty, Pooja Bhatt, Anupam Kher, Avtar Gill, Gulshan Grover, Sadashiv Amrapurkar, Tiku Talsania, Juhi Chawla, Makrand Deshpande, Vikram Gokhale, Javed Khan, Kunika, Gavin Packard,
- Director:Mahesh Bhatt,
- Writer:Robin Bhatt
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(it) wrote: A true, faithful, and characteristic denotvel portrait diary of one of the most beloved masters of cinema: Woody Allen. Here, the director reveals not only its great history behind the camera as well as on camera, such as your relationships with your audience and your work. The film shows not only the history but the history, success and fall of one of the greatest filmmakers of all time. Brilliant!
(ru) wrote: Acting from the female lead was a little choppy at times and the ending is somewhat predictable but still a very good film overall.
(de) wrote: Great ending to Brotherhood.
(ru) wrote: Pretty cleverly thought out story with good etched characters. This has freshness and hilarious plot. The title and the forced romantic angle made the movie feel okayish. Otherwise its a pretty funny movie.Better watch this then those pseudo punjabi movies which YRJ people churn out.
(ag) wrote: Some good performances dogged by average ones.
(au) wrote: A great documentary, helps you understand the sacrifices made by our solders. A story of two brothers serving in Iraq.
(au) wrote: Wow this is a pleasant surprise! I seldom watch anime these days, but this is totally worth it. A bit cheesy, but heart-warming. Cannot stop seeing it as a fabled version of Romeo and Juliet. 7/10.
(fr) wrote: A cool action spectacle!
(ru) wrote: One of the best movies out there that no one knows about.
(de) wrote: In 2021, Johnny (Keanu Reeves) is a "mnemonic courier" with a data storage device implanted in his brain, allowing him to discreetly carry information too sensitive to transfer across the Net, the virtual-reality equivalent of the Internet. While lucrative, the implant has cost Johnny his childhood memories, and he seeks to have the implant removed to regain his memories back; his handler, Ralfi (Udo Kier) assigns him one more job that would cover the costs of the operation (which are extremely expensive), sending Johnny to Beijing to deliver the latest information. At the designated place, he finds a group of frantic scientists who have the data he is to carry, but it far exceeds Johnny's storage capacity (which is around 160 GB), even with the use of compression folders to decrease the size of the information, and if he tries to upload the data in, the remaining amount of data will be uploaded directly in his brain, causing severe psychological damage and potentially, death. Johnny accepts anyway, in need of the money. After uploading their data, the group is massacred by Yakuza, but Johnny manages to escape with a portion of the encryption password. After contacting Ralfi, Johnny returns to Newark and soon finds that two groups are after the data he carries. One is the international pharmacological company, Pharmakom, led by its United States executive, Takahashi (Takeshi Kitano), who believes the data to be critical to the company's interests. The other is the Yakuza guided by Shinji, who wishes to deny this information to Takahashi and claim it for themselves. Johnny soon learns that Ralfi is in the Yakuza's employ, and ready to kill Johnny to extract the data storage hardware. Jane (Dina Meyer), a cybernetically-enhanced bodyguard, helps Johnny to escape, and aided by the Lo-Teks, an anti-establishment group led by J-Bone (Ice-T), they elude their pursuers. Jane takes Johnny to meet her friend and street doctor Spider (Henry Rollins) who had installed Jane's implants. In discussions, Spider reveals he and his allies at a local clinic were to be the recipients of Johnny's data, supposedly Pharmakom's unpublished cure for "nerve attenuation syndrome", a plague ravaging mankind, due to the over-reliance on technology, and causing political strife. Though Spider could remove Johnny's implant, this may cause both the loss of this invaluable data as well as Johnny's life; instead, Spider directs Johnny to J-Bone, who resides at Heaven, the Lo-Tek base built on the underside of the Brooklyn Bridge and hopefully he can break the missing code to download the cure of NAS...Based on the story of the same name by William Gibson we get a post internet/virtual reality sci-fi story preceding "The Matrix" that has potential for sure and it has some good parts and some poor parts. Its quite clear in "Johnny Mnemonic" that Keanu Reeves isnt a good actor, but thats old news, then again with supporting actors such as Ice-T and Dolph Lundgren, Reeves is almost great in this film. Nevertheless, he sort of fit in the role as Johnny. The stunning Dina Meyer is ok as Jane, but her character development isnt clear at all. Still dont know what the hell Dolph Lundgrens ancient christian profet was supposed to be. And Ice-T is almost as stiff as he was in "New Jack City". I do like the storyline of the "mnemonic courier", but I think the story is handled weakly and its not streamlined nor properly coherent. And I reckon too many poor effects and studio settings lowers the bar as well during its running time. I did like the thumb laser Shinji used and the effects worked in that case. With a different budget, other actors, a better storyline based on the novel and with greater conditions this couldve been quite ok in my mind. Time for a remake?
(kr) wrote: After watching this punk rock movie to top all punk rock movies, I wondered why the hell I never heard of it before stumbling upon it on some Craigslist DVD fire sale. It's a really fantastic movie that satires and comments on the fundamental hypocrisy of a successful punk rock band (you can't fight the establishment if you have to enlist with the establishment in order to make any money whatsoever). Despite the brisk 87 minute runtime, it does a lot of cool things, least of which is introducing us to Diane Lane, Laura Dern, and Ray Winstone. The film has a lot of attitude, and you don't always like the characters, but like The Stains themselves, confidence in execution make up for other potentially glaring shortcomings. A must-see if a raw low-budget Almost Famous sounds appealing to you or if females rebelling against gendered expectations sounds cool instead of boring.
(es) wrote: I watched this movie expecting it to be about the real incubus myth, only to see a movie with a bunch of Amish people talking about some traditions and rules, and a couple of hot chicks staying at the village, oh and someone killing a bunch of people, yawn
(de) wrote: All around shitty film with cutting-edge fx and an all-star cast who make it that much more tolerable
(ca) wrote: I'm so glad Hollywood finally decided to make a film that doesn't include superheroes, blood spurting out all over the place, or low brow comedy, all o which can be fun at certain times and places but not on a constant basis. What we have here in Becoming Jane is a movie about one o the greatest writers in history, Jane Austen, played by the greatest actress in Hollywood today, Anne Hathaway. An astoundingly powerful work even more surprising that it was produced by an industry not akin to this sort o thing.