Bhowani Junction

Bhowani Junction

Anglo-Indian Victoria Jones seeks her true identity amid the chaos of the British withdrawal from India.

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Justin H (nl) wrote: Never have I seen such wanton violence. There wasn't too much gore, it was just really evil the way these guys are all murdering the shit out of each other the whole time. This one leaves a huge pile of bodies.

Nick K (ru) wrote: Okay movie mostly just flashbacks!

Brendan H (de) wrote: it continues from "Thin Ice",I liked this one as it had a bit more action but still was'nt really enough and shame the writer died after,it kinda deserved a sequel

Kyle A (es) wrote: OH.... my........ Frank Miller what have u done.

Rachel D (gb) wrote: A brilliant psychological thriller that really gets you thinking. Great unexpected twists throughout the movie.

Charlie P (es) wrote: Watched about 20 mins before I was more interested in getting back the 3% space on my hard drive that this self-indulgent crap was occupying

Jesse L (us) wrote: Manages a really weird blend of harsh violence and sympathetic charm. A thoroughly disturbing portrait of duality and insanity.

Jason M (au) wrote: I watched this and loved it very cool how they did this I wish some one would do another and go into more detail and not skip so meny years.

Tina D (de) wrote: i f**kin love is moive

Matthew L (jp) wrote: This has got to be one of the most underestimated 80's movies around! Whatever happened to C. Thomas Howell? Criminal Minds TV?? He needs to be back doing films like this! Very funny moments in this and James Earl Jones is pricelss as well as I hate to say it Arye Gross?? I usually hate him but he was funny! Rae Dong Chongs really only good movie! Even Leslie Neilsen and Julia Louis Dreyfus did well in this classic!

Kevin N (ca) wrote: It's hard to review a movie like this because, as far as I can tell, it succeeds in every aspect of what it was trying to accomplish. And I had fun watching it, too. That said, there's no denying that it belongs to a specific type of B-movie that just doesn't pack much of a wallop beyond dark entertainment. In it, husband and wife Paul (paul Bartel, the writer-director) and Mary (Mary Woronov) find themselves being absorbed by an L.A. overgrown with sexual liberation. Every person in their lives seems to be part of a swingers club, or into their own brand of off-color (and often disturbingly specific) kink. They grow uneasy with the realization that these perverts are making more money than they are, and ultimately, realizing that playing things straight is getting them nowhere, they begin murdering the deviants for the cash in their wallets. This movie hinges on three performances, all of which are above and beyond the movie they're in: Bartel, Woronov, and Robert Beltran, who plays the titular Raoul. It is Beltran who gives the film its edge; he comes in around halfway through the movie and steals every scene he's in as he hijacks the couple's gig and then seduces Mary with smooth talk and "funny cigarettes". It is a termite performance in every sense of the word; the film reaches a point where it has run out of steam, yet Beltran keeps us glued to the screen as he eats away at the plot. As a piece of satire on sexual freedom and city paranoia, this is a film that works, but only for so long. As a piece of trashy entertainment, however, it works most of the way through, with just enough zany ideas mashed into its eighty-minute running time to keep things interesting.

Steve C (au) wrote: If you are hitchhiking to Hollywood at night, and a husband and wife stop to pick you up, and the husband is drinking shots of Bicardi Rum out of a Dixie cup, you are officially a "teen in trouble."

Scott R (us) wrote: Slow and realistic, but so is being a mountain man.

Eric M (au) wrote: It might be a bit long and have an odd ending, but there is a true depth of character to the entire cast of personalities (Hepburn and Harrison are magical) that lends a surprising depth of feeling to this musical comedy. Filled with wit, charm, intelligence and humor, "My Fair Lady" provides a one-two punch with uproarious dialogue and musical numbers on the one hand, and emotional and touching character development on the other. It really is a shame to see how comedy has degraded from this higher form.

Scott C (fr) wrote: Great early gangster picture!!! Fast moving. Looks quite slick for a film made in 1935!

Andrew M (gb) wrote: Forgetting Sarah Marshall is one of Jason Segel's best movies. The plot of the movie is amazing and movie has tons of laughs. I would suggest this movie.

Anthony K (mx) wrote: awful film. it never feels like its going anywhere, the motivations don't make sense, the dialogue is awful and the ending is completely unsatisfying. waste of time don't bother watching.

Sean H (it) wrote: Cult status. But not a very good film.