About a taxi driver in Mumbai, Mangal, who is called "Hero" by his friends. A driver who drives a cab by day, then drinks at night, listens to his singer girlfriend, Sylive, and then goes into a drunken stupor - and wakes up with a hangover. One day, while assisting another taxi driver, Mangal comes to the assistance of a damsel in distress, who is being molested by two thugs. Mangal gallants rescues her, and attempts to take her to her destination, to no avail, as the person she is looking for has moved. The next day, Mangal and the young woman, Mala, again attempt to seek Ratanlal, a music director, but the entire day is spent in vain. Mala lives in Mangal's tiny apartment and both become attracted to each other. When Mala finds out about Sylvie, she leaves him. He goes in her search, but finds that she has become a famous singer with the help of her music director friend.
Take a nostalgic journey circa 1960s Bombay with it's quiet, peaceful and scenic background, trams, and a unique taxi driver, Mangal, who is called "Hero" by his friends. A driver who ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
David C (br) wrote: Holy sh*t... what a lame movie in almost every conceivable way.
Roni A (mx) wrote: Surprisingly engrossing and relevant film about current societal issues, loyalty, young people approaching adukthood and moral issues. The only--but also the star--uniquesness of this small town is its landscape, climate, constant daylight, and freezing temperature....and miles of snowy wilderness. The same story could have been told in a woodsy American town, or in sunny California, or in a rich town, or a poor town. It's about universal problems facing our world today, as well as problems facing young people timelessly. I highly recommend this film.
Ray S (us) wrote: superior martial arts flick mixes action with enlightenment. Well acted and heartfelt.
Alonso A (ag) wrote: It's ugliness is quite necessary, and it delivers in a compelling way.
Rob W (au) wrote: Visually I loved it. It's like Chad Michael Ward met Clive Barker in their youth and made a movie. It was almost beautiful...But the story ended up leaving me bored after a while. I hardly noticed when it even ended.
Holly F (nl) wrote: I quite enjoyed this low budget film. It was fairly amusing in parts but the ending was blunt and the effects was bad at times. A big cheese fest but entertaining! April 24, 2010
Dimitri C (gb) wrote: THE worst movie ever ! Even worst than the first one. Oh ! wait... Is this a movie ?
Carole T (au) wrote: I'm sorry but I just don't get the hype. I was bored throughout and couldn't wait for it to end...I would give it zero stars if I could.
Orlok W (jp) wrote: It's a fantastic movie about a strange, dark world--Weird and whacky, don't take your granny!!
Danny H (us) wrote: While Brandon Routh does a decent job the rest of this movie is uninteresting and the ending was lame
Lauren D (ru) wrote: Terrible!!!!! How this was ever made is totally beyond me!
Bryan C (kr) wrote: It's a classic '80s action movie in every sense. Grade: A
Jeff W (ag) wrote: Going into this as a comedy you will be disappointed, but if you take it for the cute, lighthearted thriller/mystery it really is, you'll be pleasently surprised. There are some loose ends, but overall this is pretty good. I really do like Debra Winger.
Lisa S (us) wrote: So so so boring... and also very odd.
Eduardo C (jp) wrote: Orson Welles called this the saddest film ever made. I would not go that far but it is tragic. It concerns a happily married couple who have been married for 50 years who lose their home. They lack savings because they have spent it all on their 5 kids. However, the five kids, now all grown, and about middle aged, refuse to take care of them, not because they cannot but because they find it inconvenient to do so. This forces the parents to split up. Their last day together reliving memories of their honeymoon and then saying goodbye at a train station is indeed heartbreaking.
Les E (nl) wrote: Great. What inspiration and hope this must have given in the post depression years. Very much a Capra feel good movie and that is exactly how it left me feeling.
Nasu N (gb) wrote: This film is intense, it's action packed, it's thrilling, it's one of the best action film I've seen in 2014. I cannot even fathom how brutal some of these scenes are. The plot is not going to blow you away as it is a rebelling movie at its core, but it does have subtle themes about humankind which is very interesting but if there was a super weak plot in this movie, I still wouldn't care because the action scenes are a thing of beauty as well as the performances that were extremely moving especially Chris Evans who gives a performance that blew me away.
Sean P (kr) wrote: If you are going to write a story PROVIDE A FUCKING ENDING. It is pure laziness on the part of an author to leave the ending undone and a story full of holes.
lance u (ru) wrote: Klimer is fantastic! This is a great movie. Full of surprises, twists and excitement. Columbus Day was real entertainment.
Johnny T (ca) wrote: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies delivers what its title promises: a little romance and some undead villains, plus a bit of comedy. But this overly busy riff on Austen's winning formula doesn't justify all the tinkering. Steers can compose and capture a shot fine enough, but seems otherwise bored to be here. Each of his scenes collide lazily against the next; transitions are rushed and often ugly, and the director never seems to know what emotions he should be steering his cast toward. Riley makes a lousy, hoarse-voiced Darcy. James sets off no sparks with him, suggests no heartbreaking longing. If you want to make a point about women liberated by a zombie invasion into independent-minded martial arts warriors, why do it with one of the greatest romance novels of all time? There's barely a laugh here, and nothing resembling human emotion. This movie is so crushing mainly because it was made by obviously smart people who are trying to dumb themselves down, and there's nothing more excruciating than that. What the film needed was a young Peter Jackson... but it's left with a surprisingly straight tone and the sense that this is an amusing idea for a comedy sketch stretched out to feature length. The only threat to your brain is boredom. The bottom line is that Burr Steers' adaptation is unlikely to please any audience regardless of what they're looking for.VERDICT: "Not So Hot" - [Negative Reaction] These films are truly terrible films. They are not the worst things ever made, but they are definitely awful and should not be seen by anyone. (Films that are rated 1.5 or 2 stars)