Tries to drive home the point that men and women are bestowed with equal powers by the Almighty. Mahavishnu as Machindranath, Goddess Lakshmi as Rani Kamarupa and Lord Shankar as Gorakhnath... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tries to drive home the point that men and women are bestowed with equal powers by the Almighty. Mahavishnu as Machindranath, Goddess Lakshmi as Rani Kamarupa and Lord Shankar as Gorakhnath...
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Dan A (it) wrote: I think I'd rather curb stomp my own bollocks than watch this again.
Alexandra P (ag) wrote: Even when the movie's main idea is interesting... The movie gets really boring.
Mike W (nl) wrote: Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan have done it again!
Jim H (de) wrote: Good idea, not realised to its full potential, but still worth a watch. Good visuals, plenty of dramatic tension.
Allan C (br) wrote: I thought I remembered hearing this was supposed to be a smart mystery/thriller, but it ended up being a strong cast stuck in a very cliched story. When I saw in the opening credits that the film was written by Joe Eszterhas who wrote the enjoyably trashy "Basic Instinct" but wrote more clunkers and good films (i.e. "Showgirls," "Jade," "Sliver," or even the overrated "Flashdance"), I figured this would probably not be all that good. Jeff Bridges plays a brash San Francisco newspaper editor who's accused of murdering his wife. Glenn Close plays his defense lawyer. The two then begin to fall for one another. Peter Coyote plays the crusading prosecuting DA, who also running for state office. Part mystery, part courtroom drama. The film kind of works on superficial level, but that's only thanks to the talent of the cast, which also includes Lance Henriksen, James Karen, Brandon Call, Robert Loggia, Michael Dorn, and Leigh Taylor-Young, and the film's crew, which includes sharp and moody photography from Matthew F. Leonetti and a fine score from the great John Barry. Overall, this is a weak script that's made watchable by the quality of production.
Poul F (jp) wrote: Some creative kills for genre fans but its pretty sub par regardless.
Kate M (es) wrote: My goodness this movie is a classic, I fell in love with it immediately!! Having Dalmatians when I was growing up made this movie so enjoyable, I love this film more then any other Disney production!
David W (fr) wrote: Adam Sandler's first Big star role in Billy Madison provides laughs enough for the audiences. Critics.....Not so much
Haley R (ru) wrote: Not as good as tv series but okay