The region under Maharaj Singh's control is under-going drought and famine-like conditions, and the Maharaj orders that the treasury be made open so that his public does not suffer. His orders are not followed by his Senapati, Dhurjan Singh, and Mahamantri. When Singh finds out and confronts them, they kill him. They send their men after the Maharani and the Rajkumar, Amar Singh, however, Sher Khan helps them to escape. They hide Amar in Bhagwan Shri Ganesh's temple, and a poor gypsy couple find and adopt him. In the meantime Sher Khan and a devastated Maharani start organizing a rebellion amongst the people.
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Tyler W (fr) wrote: Was Hopeful It Would Deliver Much More But I Took It For What It Was And IMO Was Good Enough Conclusion But Leaves So Much Unanswered & Ends When Seems It Could REALLY Get Good!
Heather M (ru) wrote: This story was wonderful and the characters were so much fun. I loved the ending of this holiday movie.
Philip N (gb) wrote: I was a huge fan of captain America an this film does it justice. Tommy lee is great, Chris Evans suits Steve Rogers an the clever shrinking of him was believable in places. This film really should've had more red skull on-screen as he wasn't menacing enough. It also had moments of star wars in it with the bad troops an motorbike scene plus the way red skull was portrayed. The ending had a great setup for the avengers.
DanetteDani A (de) wrote: What a great rainy day movie. The lives of many change so fast and people become friends and learn to love again. And a new book in the process of life and dealth.
Nick I (es) wrote: BASEketball should be a real league that's how good this was
Millo T (de) wrote: A Chinese parody of James Bond movies from the director of Kung-Fu-Hustle
Greg G (mx) wrote: It had been so long I almost forgot how awsome this film is!
LM O (gb) wrote: An index of cinematic theft on the same level as "Space Mutiny" (q.v.). Stars an unfortunate Donald Pleasence, Persis Khambatta (no longer bald), and that guy from "Paper Chase." Notable for the breakout role of Mega-Weapon.
cc8chance (us) wrote: Absolute fantastic work of art. This is movie making at its finest...
josh c (fr) wrote: This is the kind of sequel that can be rather enjoyable as long as you don't hold it up to the standard of the original. It does bear the signs of a movie that was conceived primarily to capitalize on the popularity of its predecessor, and as a result it is hardly as carefully constructed. But as light entertainment, it works well enough. The first part of the movie connects things up pretty efficiently with the original story, and it's kind of fun to go back to Andr's wrecked lab, which looks just as it should. Brett Halsey plays Andr's son Philippe, who is determined to follow in his father's footsteps. While the setup could have led in a number of different directions, the story that actually follows puts an emphasis on action, and it uses the special visual effects rather more freely than in the original "Fly". From a scientific viewpoint, the whole premise of both movies is far-fetched at best, but in the original, you rarely thought about it because the story was so tightly constructed. In the sequel, the implausibility of the whole thing is harder to ignore. It doesn't detract that much from the entertainment value, but it is a noticeable difference from the first movie. Except for Vincent Price, the cast is new, but solid. While the production might have a couple of rough edges this time, most of it still looks good enough. Overall, with the right expectations this is a generally entertaining light feature.
Greg W (au) wrote: awesome pre-code fields
Courtney K (au) wrote: well if you'd like to get sucker punched in the face with a dose of reality, this is the movie for you. it's quite profound. the issues brought up in this film are right under our fricken noses and while it may not blanket the entirety of the human race, it's pretty damn close. our generation is failing the generation below us and they will fail the generation after them because of it. our world has turned into a very vicious cycle.
Wraith A (au) wrote: Takes the time to establish likeable, funny characters before switching from humour to fear and a taut exercise in minimalism. Shades of Blair Witch feel more like homage than pastiche.
Shawn R (au) wrote: My favorite part is the guy who gets killed, falls onto a grill, and even though he is dead he reaches up to push off the fence so he rights himself
Jerome K (br) wrote: For fans of the Barbara Gordon and/or the comic this is based on, this was almost offensive. The actual comic is very short, so they needed to add more story to make it into a movie. To do that, they turned Barbara Gordon into someone obsessed with Batman and introduced an unhealthy relationship element. In addition, this added backstory that took up half of the runtime had very little to do with the other half, which adapted the comic. The tone and scripting were obviously different, and in some ways it was too faithful. Sometimes comic dialogue can be be verbose and unnatural, and I found it noticeable. Overall, I'd say give this a big pass.