Shyam Sunder lives a wealthy lifestyle in a small village in India along with his widowed step-mother, Nirmala. He has taken to alcohol, and womanizing, goes away very often without ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Shyam Sunder lives a wealthy lifestyle in a small village in India along with his widowed step-mother, Nirmala. He has taken to alcohol, and womanizing, goes away very often without ...
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roger t (us) wrote: recommended by littlemissbloodandguts..
Private U (it) wrote: best Filipino film ever! Jiro Manio made me cry! Who would have thought that it would end like that? Waaahhh!!!
John T (ca) wrote: This was pretty good. A girl thought to be crazy really can read mind. It slowed down a bit once she learned to harness her powers, but I still enjoyed it. A telepath who could fight by reading the mind of those who she fought.
heni h (kr) wrote: oh my god !! i love you mariah what ever tyhe film is !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! its amazing 4 sure !!!!!!!!
Leo L (mx) wrote: An interesting movie! Good story plot.
Samuel J (es) wrote: Great Irish cinema here, corny yes, but warm hearted none the less.
Terri H (mx) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.
Kerstin M (au) wrote: quirky and unusual drama, definitely worth watching.
Robin W (nl) wrote: "Three the Hard Way" could almost be described as the "Expendables" of blaxploitation films as it provided a chance for three of the most popular black action stars of the seventies - Fred Williamson, Jim Brown and Jim Kelly - to team up together and kick ass. The ridiculous plot involves a white supremacy group that plans to eliminate the black population of the world by contaminating the water supply with a deadly serum; it's never quite made clear how exactly they manage to make this serum lethal to black people who drink it and not whites! This storyline was parodied (and actually made more logical sense since it involved contaminating malt liquor!) in the recent blaxploitation spoof, "Black Dynamite", and a lot of the elements that film poked fun of are present in "Three the Hard Way", such as a thin script that requires a lot of padding, on-the-nose expositional dialogue, and some very noticable continuity errors (especially during the fight scene where Jim Kelly's footwear magically changes from boots to sneakers). However, the movie doesn't try to be anything more than a vehicle for its three stars and, on that level, it definitely succeeds; the whole thing is almost wall-to-wall action, so it never gets boring, and is just 90 minutes of mindless, over-the-top fun for fans of the genre.
Stephen E (ru) wrote: Though "The Woman in the Window" may not be a totally perfect noir, it's a work of considerable significance, and it's enthralling for most of its running length. Despite being slow moving and, at times, contrived, "The Woman in the Window" features some impressive camerawork and a constantly foreboding atmosphere, both of which are the result of Fritz Lang's skilled direction. As well, there are some legitimate thrills to be found, even though some of them are dampened by flat dialogue and incredulous plot points. The ending will no doubt frustrate its viewers, but, if anything, it's an effective, if cheap, way to end an otherwise well-handled noir thriller.
Connie C (ag) wrote: Unfortunately, I may have to wait for the DVD.
Miguel A (kr) wrote: Apesar de altamente considerado pelos especialistas em sci-fi, "This Island Earth" no me disse assim tanto. Mesmo assim, so vrias as cenas psicadlicas que valem a pena e alguns efeitos-especiais so extremamente elaborados para um filme de 1955.