Mohan Sharma (Tarun Bose) is a workaholic, whose life changes dramatically after his wife dies upon giving birth to their daughter Uma (Sharmila Tagore).

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1966
  • Language:Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:shy,   hill station,  

Mohan Sharma (Tarun Bose) is a workaholic, whose life changes dramatically after his wife dies upon giving birth to their daughter Uma (Sharmila Tagore). He despises the daughter by day, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Jason D (kr) wrote: Gnaw is yet another by-the-books U.K. variation on Texas Chainsaw Massacre as bunch of English blokes travel to a cottage deep in the woods where a loony retard butchers up beautiful youths and serves them to the guests as well as in his moving taco stand. Naturally, the gang is systematically picked off one by one, ground up, and eaten by unknowing other friends. There's not a lot of originality or unique moments offered by this retread of familiar territory, though the final 10-15 minutes is somewhat rousing, which is a shame since this movie is only 76 minutes long. There's a good use of gore, which makes up for rather dull deaths. The story isn't much either (then again, what is at such a small timeframe). You almost don't even care or sympathize with any of the characters. I'd have to say the most exciting character is probably the butcher who, when not butchering the people, he's walking around like a hulking menace through the woods with his fur coat & mask, and pitchfork, stalking the cast. Overall, a very disappointing release form the usually great horror distributor Dark Sky Films.

Rick L (us) wrote: Havent seen it. Not interested. Hollywood comedies are lame.

Ted W (us) wrote: Terrible cheesy but fun if your drunk action packed movie starring ice cube replacing vin diesel. This movie is like fast and furious 2 or Tokyo drift , it's as cheesy but it had better action and those dumb explosions. I like ice cube with his humor and murdering people with humor and he's saving the president from the actor who only plays villains in bad movies except for Spider-Man but that's it. I don't care if this is part of the xxx vin diesel franchise because it feels on its own.

Alex S (gb) wrote: Grim police thriller with great performances by Ray Liotta and Jason Patric, I'm surprised that none of them were nominated for anything, especially how Liotta transformed himself into this heavy hard man that is different to how would see him in anything else.The film itself had a similar gritty feel to French Connection which made it feel more realistic than just feel like watching a Hollywood film. I believe it had a low budget which probably helped that, and it worked out really well.

Bob W (ag) wrote: Fine performance and honoring portrayal of JFK. Even Kennedy himself thought it was longish, and many others chalk it up to a bit of charming propaganda, but regardless of your viewpoint it demonstrates aspects of the Pacific theater well.

Orlok W (es) wrote: Johnny Weissmuller is the preeminent Tarzan--Fastpaced and violent!!

Private U (au) wrote: Marcello Mastroiann is I love best actor. This is four-handkerchief film...

Ben L (br) wrote: This is a fun little film about a hitman who is at that point where he's questioning his life. At the same time he receives an invite for his high school reunion. The idea of that premise is already great, and rife with potential. By casting John Cusack in the lead it also puts a fun spin because he has the experience with romantic high school films, quirky comedies, and some action movies.I was surprised how much they committed to the romantic comedy stuff in some sections of the film. In fact it was almost like the movie broke down into sections that alternated between genres. It worked OK, but I think there was more comedy in the final act when we really see these worlds collide. That's when I was laughing and cheering and having the most fun. Minnie Driver might have been the biggest misstep in Grosse Pointe Blank for me. I was so distracted by her attempts to sound American, it was a struggle. Also I have some trouble figuring out what emotion she's trying to convey in certain scenes. I could understand the bigger scenes where she's very angry or happy, but I can't read her quieter moments. The entire movie mostly doesn't go aggressively for comedy. It's trying for more subtle laughs and to build humor just from the situations. I expected a little more farce and was hoping to laugh out loud more, but that doesn't mean it was a bad movie or that I didn't like it. My favorite moments were the ones between Cusack and his therapist played by Alan Arkin. I'll gladly watch Grosse Pointe Blank again, and I expect I'll probably like it more now that I know the tone.