When two twin brothers Sudhir and Adhir get orphaned upon the death of their father, Magistrate Chaturvedi adopts them and brings them up like his own children. Though Adhir goes insane after the death of his father, Sudhir picks up the opportunity, studies hard and becomes a doctor like Magistrate Chaturvedi's son Prashant. When Prashant gets caught for performing an illegal operation, Sudhir takes up the blame to repay the debt of the Chaturvedi family on him and his brother.
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Nicholas R (br) wrote: absolutely terrible, cheap sequel. couldn't watch to the end and I'll never get that time back!
ken k (br) wrote: This story in the hands of better film makers probably could have worked. Nothing worse than cheap effects shown briefly in quick flashes of light and choppy editing. Obviously trying to hide cheap Halloween effects to make them seem less phony. I'll bet they had some laughs in the editing room with this one. Time waster!
Erik O (gb) wrote: It does get very confusing there, at the end. But the premise is interesting enough that it's hard to not appreciate what the filmmakers were going for. This could have easily been just another direct-to-video Slasher Flick, but they tried to class it up a bit, and that's nice. With that being said, it's probably the saddest/most depressing Slasher Flick I've ever seen; the "bad guy" is surprisingly sympathetic, whereas the "good guy" is a total monster. Very nice twist.
Thom D (it) wrote: holy crap! how have I never heard of this till now? Bert is my home boy, and i worship Tony Kushner :)
Eric H (es) wrote: Overall I was entertained by Player 5150. Writer and Director David Michael O'Neil delivers a good film about the life of a gambler going out of control. If you enjoy character driven dramas give this one a chance.
Frank M (mx) wrote: Underrated horror movie. Scary as hell. Great soundtrack too
Javier N (de) wrote: Solo vi los ultimos 20 min en TV y me basto para saber q habia visto la PEOR pelicula de mi vida. En serio es MALA!
The Critic (mx) wrote: Whilst not reaching the same high as its predecessor, there's enough gags and gadgetry to keep fans happy.
Muffin M (gb) wrote: When Sara is served divorce papers while she is in New York, she is stunned. Not about to lose the fortune she amassed with her self-serving Texas husband, she makes an offer to her process server, Joe that sets them off on a wild trip across the country. stars Matthew Perry, Elizabeth Hurley, Vincent Pastone, Bruce Campbell, Cedric The Entertainer, Terry Crews, Jerry Stiller and Joe Viterelli. directed by Reginald Hudlin.
Jamie H (nl) wrote: film is good i only watched it because pam is so fit in it
Adrian D (us) wrote: One of the best vampire movies I've ever seen. It is charged with the erotic, the seductive, and the dynamic tensions between siblings. Definite recommend.
Animon J (ca) wrote: great movie, it really moved me when I first saw it.
Hernaldo R (jp) wrote: Del mismo q hizo la inauguracion para Beijing. Buena pela.
Calum P (ca) wrote: This movie is a favourite of mine amongst the other Carry On films, it has all the usual team, complete with lame double ententes and Barbara Windsor's escaping mammaries. I crack up even when the boys drive up to what they believe to be the nudist camp they're searching for. A sign states "All Asses Must Be Shown". The boys guffaw, their girlfriends are appalled. Sid asks where the manager is. "He's gone for a pee" is the reply. Soon, the scruffy manager appears, hitching up his pants, carrying a wooden letter "P" which he proceeds to nail onto the sign so it now reads "All Passes Must Be Shown". This is defo one of the best Carry on films and funniest in History.
Brian M (fr) wrote: If I could wave a magic wand and have the skill without putting in the effort, you bet I'd like to ride like them...They did inspire me to purchase my new MotoGP leather jacket for summer.
Shantel D (us) wrote: This was kind of charming! I loved the characters and story, definitely a weird romance that you could watch a few times.
Samantha P (ag) wrote: Simply love Julia Roberts. She plays any character well.
Chrisanne S (jp) wrote: Not a huge fan of the middle when it becomes more "Pillow-Talk-ish" and she is ready to - you know. But the beginning is fun, in the style of Pillow Talk and the end is much more original and hilarious. (PG, of course).