Shyam is an honest and dedicated CBI Officer. He is assigned to a series of crimes involving a crime syndicate who, amongst other things, use disappearing ink on cheques issued to jewellers. With no clues left behind, Shyam is under pressure to put a stop to these crimes, as well as apprehend their perpetrators.
- Stars:Morris Chestnut, D.L. Hughley, Bill Bellamy, Shemar Moore, Gabrielle Union, Tatyana Ali, Jenifer Lewis, Tamala Jones, Clifton Powell, Susan Dalian, Marla Gibbs, Julie Benz, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Angelle Brooks, Rajesh Khanna, Nanda, Helen, Rajendra Nath, Madan Puri, Sunder, Randhir, Iftekhar, Chaman Puri, M.B. Shetty, Mumtaz Begum, Raje, Mamaji, Ranvir Raj, John,
- Director:Ravikant Nagaich,
- Writer:Arudra (screenplay), V.D. Puranik (dialogue director), Raj Baldev Raj (dialogue)
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The Train torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: crude comedy, funny but not worth buying.
(jp) wrote: Liked all these characters, it was just pleasant to join them on this journey.
(ca) wrote: this movie is interesting
(es) wrote: One line summary: Follows another tortured conscience doing a bad job of dealing with its past.----------------------------- Husband Trevor and wife Kirsty are traveling along in a Volvo, having a lively conversation, then a lengthy kiss. Unfortunately, neither of them was looking at the road ahead of them. They run off the road into a small river. Trevor gets out. Kirsty gets free of her seatbelt, but the door that Trevor opened wide for her mysteriously closes. Trevor wakes in hospital later, but Kirsty did not make it back with him. Trevor returns to work and gets a barrage of questions rather than any sympathy at all. His female boss expects Trevor to return to his habit of servicing her. She and his coworkers remind him that they are always being recorded. Kirsty's body is not found. Eventually the police investigation contacts Trevor, and he has some explaining to do. Trevor continues his wayward ways, and the hallucinations start. He seeks help from psychiatry and from acupuncture. However, both of his caregivers turn out to be self-delusions. Or were they? The film takes a few turns on that point. Things get much worse for Trevor, but do they ever get better?-----Scores----- Cinematography: 6/10 Fuzzy, VHS quality over Netflix. Sound: 7/10 The score is somewhat helpful in setting a creepy tone, and accentuating painful moments. Acting: 5/10 Dean Winters is a more or less serviceable supporting actor on television, but has no business being the lead in a feature film. The supporting players were not all that memorable. It was nice to see a more mature Ashley Laurence in a short but nice performance. Screenplay: 5/10 The story for this film is reminiscent of HR5, in that it seems to be about the tortured conscience of one particular wrong doer. It is on the simple side, so the quality depends on the execution, and the acting was not all that good. Pinhead in this film is just a prop, not really an essential character. This film has clearly lost the mission, and should call itself something else.
(es) wrote: I really liked the first part. Kind of let down by the rest of the film.
(ca) wrote: The story of Dracula has been told and retold so many times that I don't fault anyone for taking liberties with the original story... though very few, if any, film or TV adaptations have been very faithful to Bram Stoker's novel. That being said, this Masterpiece Theater production has Lord Arthur Holmwood (Dan Stevens) seeking help from a bizarre religious blood cult to find him a cure for the syphilis he contracted from his father at birth. Their solution is to bring the mysterious Count Dracula to England (Marc Warren) so Arthur may use his blood to exact a cure. Things obviously go awry as Dracula has his own plans for his stay in London that include Holmwood's wife Lucy (Sophia Miles) and her friend Mina (Stephanie Leonidas). Despite the liberties taken with the story like the whole cult/syphilis thing and having no Renfield but, a slightly off kilter Van Helsing, this production is actually effective and entertaining. Director Bill Eagles gets a lot of atmosphere out of his shots and lighting and is capable of building tension and gives the scenes that need impact the strength they recquire to work. The acting is a mixed bag to a degree. Stevens' Holmwood is a little over the top at times as Tom Burke's Dr. Seward is a bit bland. Marc Warren gives a very creepy performance as Dracula channeling both Klaus Kinski and Malcom McDowell from Clockwork Orange and Sophia Miles is hot as always especially when she turns seductive and thirsty vampiress. Overall this is a decent and somewhat original adaptation that could have used more then it's scant 90 minutes as some scenes go too quick and some characters, like Van Helsing, needed to be fleshed out with more screen time. But, for Dracula and vampire aficianados, it sure beats the Twilight saga.
(nl) wrote: Dystopian conspiracy at its finest, Soylent Green is ambitious, immersive and grounded in realism. the film also features a stand-out performance from Edgar G Robinson.
(nl) wrote: Tennant is absolutely brilliant! (of course when is he not?)The best Hamlet performance."Except my life! Rrrr, raah rrr" XD
(ca) wrote: A soon forgettable one time fun popcorn action ride.
(ru) wrote: Great movie. Fine acting and action. Great plot. For a low-budget movie, it's well worth seeing!
(fr) wrote: The rock'n'roll version of a small slice of Paganini's life.