Veer, a young man from a rural village, learns on his wedding day that the people whom he thought were his parents arn't. After an attempt is made on his life by unknown gunmen, whom he kills them all using martal arts skills he didn't know he had, he learns that all of his dreams of a past life are real and that for the past three years he was raised by the couple after finding him in a river, half-dead with five bullet wounds in him. The search takes Vir to Bombay where he soon regains his memory and finds his real name to be a Muslim game marksman named Ali and is targed by criminal bigwigs and corrupt government officials whom he used to work for and betrayed him after hiring him to assasinate various underworld criminals and then framed him for the murder of an innocent chief minister.
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Ole J (us) wrote: The name of the movie sounds like something that should be watched with the guys, having beers and chips and a good time off course, I would say that it is perfect for that, but it should maybe be the second film you see. There are some good moments and Gary Oldman always brings something good into a film :)The story is a typical who is playing who and who got/gets the upper hand. But there are a few new things and a twist off course and when you start out with an elvis contest in a casino in the desert it can only be fun from there on out.
Steve R (au) wrote: Interesting, if worrying film.
Ray C (br) wrote: How could they make this that long? Maybe an hour long movie at most. Bugs were alright but they should've cut, cut, cut!!
Mikko L (nl) wrote: I wasn't paying enough attention to detail while watching... Great marriage of live action with animation nevertheless and a good execution. Pretty twisted, yet a classic storyline (anime-wise).
Betty S (us) wrote: OMG! Depraved, you'll feel like throwing up during some parts, oddly moving. Too slow? Did I say depraved? Complex in a Freudian. How not to grieve... I feel like I need to wash my eyes. Corruption incarnate. Erm...nuff said.
Luke M (ca) wrote: like watch again. cos that film is awesome lol :D
Jon L (it) wrote: This film came out in 2007 and only becomes more valid and haunting as we hurtle down the road of climate change without any political vision or action towards addressing it. There is hope given yet no political will can happen until the masses cry out for change. PLEASE WATCH THIS FILM!
Philip S (ru) wrote: Um...why? Barely remember this film, except the fact that it, and Stone in particular, sucked.
Andy O (ag) wrote: i like the snot cumbers or something
Private U (ru) wrote: quite enjoyable but it drags near the end. My favourite Martin and Lewis film
Randy T (de) wrote: A wealthy tea tycoon sweeps small-town Elizabeth Taylor off her feet and carries her away to his remote jungle plantation in Ceylon. Once there, his young bride discovers that her husband's enormous mansion was built directly across an active elephant trail, bringing people and pachyderms into constant conflict. Elephant Walk is a product of the 1950's and it's under-tone of post-war prosperity attests to that fact. Taylor is beautiful and principled and virtuous, the picture-perfect bride. Her husband, Edward Ashley, is struggling with the lingering specter of his over-bearing, recently deceased father and his own heart-felt compassion for his wife. Add to that a handsome plantation manager in the form of Dana Andrews and you've got the makings of a melodramatic love triangle.The cinematography alone would make this film worth watching, but the sight of Elizabeth Taylor being pursued by a herd of rampaging elephants is the image that every classic movie fan will want to see. Elephant Walk isn't for everyone, but for those of you who can appreciate old-school Hollywood glamor and big budget studio productions it's highly recommended.
Vadim D (ca) wrote: Sometimes the film feels more like a play, and it's sometimes hard to make up your mind whether you really like or care for the characters, but in the end, great acting by Meryl Streep and Kevin Kiline, along with the nostalgic look at Americana, this movie is hard to resist.