Down-and-out Raja encounters not one but two magic genies in this romantic comedy. After a few disasters, Raja tries to get rid of the pesky genies, but when the lovely Nisha is kidnapped, Raja realizes he may need their magic to save her. Do the troublemaking genies have what it takes to save Nisha, and does Raja have what it takes to find true love without a little magic? Rajesh Khanna, Shammi Kapoor and Johnny Walker star.
- Stars:Saskia Reeves, Michael Powell, Leo Marks, Karlheinz Böhm, Derek Hill, Alexander Walker, David Robinson, Geoff Andrew, Rajesh Khanna, Shammi Kapoor, Sulakshana Pandit, Farida Jalal, Ranjeet, Johnny Walker, Lalita Pawar, Kamal Kapoor, Sulochana Latkar, Mukri, Tun Tun, V. Gopal, Viju Khote, Dev Kumar, Moolchand,
- Director:Shammi Kapoor,
Daydreamer Rajaram lives a poor lifestyle in a village in India along with his aunt and an unmarried sister, Malti, who has mortgaged their shanty house with Sukhi Lala so that she can ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bundal Baaz torrent reviews
(br) wrote: No logic to this rating. Just laughed the whole way through.
(ca) wrote: I would rate this average. I have seen the original series made in Hong Kong and that was 10 times more epic with more character development of each brother. They did get some parts right, but some parts just blew it. If you want a better "Yang Saga" check out the one made in 1985.
(kr) wrote: BOL makes you peep into the lives of a family living in Pakistan, making us aware of the predicament, the anguish, their determination to survive against all odds. The family decides to solve their problems, but get into deeper troubles gradually. The struggle for life and death is what catches your eye. On the whole, BOL is a courageous film that has the guts to expose issues plaguing the society (Islamic-Pakistani). It raises questions, challenges the age-old customs and mirrors a reality most convincingly.
(mx) wrote: Interesting approach on how to mock people
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(us) wrote: I like that this documentary went into great depth, at the same time the sensationalist undertones immediately turned me off to certain portions of the film
(gb) wrote: At one point, the camera follows Cristi as he nips home for lunch, whereupon the cop sits down to enjoy some warming soup. (I think it was chicken, but I couldn't be sure.) We are reminded of how, in dramatising the absurd lengths to which the bureaucratic regime of old (and, apparently, its contemporary equivalent) would go, the Romanian New Wave has sometimes lapsed into pointscoring pedantry itself: I was all right with the soup, but checked out a little mentally when Porumboiu obliged us to watch Cristi having his tea, from which the only thing there is to be gained is an appreciation of the cop's functional table manners... There arises a tricky strain of didacticism: it may be key that the cop's girlfriend is a teacher, his targets of high-school age, his chief informant apt to dash off to do his homework, and that the whole thing concludes with a (in the circumstances, reasonably amusing) half-hour dialectics lesson, complete with chalk and blackboard, given in the police chief's office-cum-classroom on the subject of the individual's needs versus those of the state. It's less an intrigue than an exercise: if not a punishment, exactly ("I WILL NOT PLAY TO THE CHEAP SEATS" written out once every minute for 110 minutes), then a project undertaken by a nation still struggling to define itself, with its cinema as with any other language.
(ru) wrote: know what you've eaten..
(ca) wrote: Here's a good old Brit feelgood drama that actually works. Despite the inevitability of the plot, the acting lifts this into a real human drama. Stamp and Redgrave, and Arterton, are excellent. I cried.
(jp) wrote: A great dancing movie & cute love story. Amy Smart was great & she can really dance! Billy Zane was the perfect the bad guy & Caroline Rhea was funny!
(de) wrote: _ ... well , you win some, you lose some. The message more than the movie.
(ru) wrote: Decent Karloff/Lugosi flick where they never cross paths. Enjoyable enough B-flick.
(es) wrote: With Brad Bird's direction corresponding into Ratatouille, expect exquisite animation and a wonderful cast that allows each character to make the film more relevant.
(es) wrote: Grumpy Old Men is a funny film. It is about a lifelong feud between two neighbors since childhood, only gets worse when a new female neighbor moves across the street. Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau give excellent performances. The screenplay is well written. Donald Petrie did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the comedy and drama. Grumpy Old Men is a must see.
(it) wrote: The absolute, measure everything against it, worst movie I have ever watched.
(us) wrote: Definitely a classic.
(ag) wrote: (Watched Fri 25 Sep 2009)
(de) wrote: Seriously 63% Fuck You.
(kr) wrote: A pretty good movie due to the two main characters and the performance by Shirley MacLaine. Plus the ending shootout is one for the ages.