Jai (Amitabh Bachchan) is an expert gambler, and has been so as long as he can remember, and has never lost a game. These skills bring him to the attention of the underworld don Saxena (... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Great Gambler
A gambler works for a villain not knowing that he's being used to entrap a patriot and gain military secrets. The cops assign a lookalike to nab him, but not having gambling skills could give him away.
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Paul D (kr) wrote: While this certainly isn't perfect, it is far from horrible as well! Lots of things for older fans to enjoy! Basic origin story that leads up to a pretty epic battle against Sinestro! If you are a fan of the character, then you should like this.
Michael S (de) wrote: One of those political corruption thrillers that's so broadly told it's not believable for a second. This might have played out better if it was set in a smaller city instead of NYC.
Serena P (ag) wrote: Bel film davvero!Abhishek qui mi ha stupito.Aish in "Barso Re" fantastica
James H (fr) wrote: Rather odd film, a bit disjointed and the acting is really nbot very good. The story is too over the top melodramatic. Sometimes interesting but too often not.
Charlie G (it) wrote: Another story of what a person wants and what's good for them.
Mohammad H (fr) wrote: this is really my type of movies it is about finding who are you deep down inside.
NJ d (ru) wrote: An infumase movie that i accidentally saw at like bedtime, but the laughter has stayed with me for ever, am currently looking for the DVD if anyone knows some info
Moshe Tbar M (es) wrote: Funny, Crazy, Cool.... I love Marianne Sagebrecht
Logan M (jp) wrote: They don't make teen comedies like this anymore. "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" is almost always funny and never cruel.
corey s (ag) wrote: Jaws Is One of the best horror movies of all time and yes its a horror movie! The movie still holds up today yeah the shark looks robotic but its still scary especially the part where the shark ate the kid. This is a must see movie
Josh G (ca) wrote: A classic, badass kung fu movie. Though I've seen Bruce Lee do more impressive fight choreography, I think the simplicity and brutality of the fight scenes make the movie all the more exciting and gritty.
Erica S (nl) wrote: Kind of pointless. Was the ending supposed to be some twist I missed? That was annoying.
Jonathan B (mx) wrote: I'm not generally very good with this kind of movie and wasn't really expecting the traumatic viewing experience it provided. I thought this was going to be a drama/thriller rather than the full blown hiding-behind-a-cushion horror that it turned out to be. The basic plot is that Sharlto Copely wakes up in a mass grave and has no memory of how he got there or who he actually is. He soon meets up with a group of strangers who are similarly suffering from amnesia but all seem to be linked by a mute asian girl. The woodland in which they find themselves is littered with badly mutilated bodies in various states of decay and the only other living people that the group encounter are homicidal maniacs with horrific wounds. As the story unfolds, the group gradually uncover the mystery of what is going on and their individual roles in the proceedings. Now this movie has some terrible reviews and maybe, compared to other gory horrors, this one doesn't hold up well. For me, being a bit of a wimp where such things are concerned, I found it enjoyable but was glad when it was over and that I wasn't alone when I was watching it. It is quite grim and I have to say, I genuinely had to cower behind my fingers on a number of occasions as the grisly tale unfolded but, it certainly got the adrenaline pumping and who doesn't like a good scare now and again?
Peter L (gb) wrote: This is one hell of a funny movie with a pretty high creep factor thrown in for good measure. Gubler and Dennings play off each other to hilarious effect, and there's one bit with an ice cream cake that might just kill you from laughter.
Jenn T (au) wrote: Good childrens flick.