The Sharma brothers consist of former boxer, Brijmohan; Jagmohan, an Electrical Engineer; and Manmohan, a Mechanic. The brothers operate a garage under the name of 'Mohan Brothers'. Brijmohan had been in love with wealthy Kamini, but she decided to marry someone, and since that day, a heartbroken Brijmohan hated all women and instructed his brothers not to get involved with them. Ten years later, Jagmohan and Manmohan meet and fall in love with wealthy Sheela and her friend, Renu respectively. They continue to meet on the sly so as not to incur their brother's wrath. Then Renu's marriage is arranged with Prakashchand, the brother of Raja Hardayal Singh. When Manmohan meets Prakashchand he recognizes him as a killer. Before he could expose him, Renu, Manmohan, and then subsequently Renu's dad, Kishinchand, are abducted. The motive for this abduction is to force Renu to marry Prakashchand so that Raja can inherit Kishinchand's wealth...
Hunter W (ag) wrote: It's inspirational and thrilling despite its predictability, and features an excellent display of visual storytelling and emotional connection.
Emily L (mx) wrote: Surprisingly good and funny.
Adam R (mx) wrote: A philosophy lecture disguised as a movie. The animation style was interesting at first, but you'll hate it after the first ten minutes. Whose idea was it to make this into a full length film? Very monotonous. (First and only viewing - 9/15/2014)
Nick D (au) wrote: art for arts sake + nationalism = fascism
Krishna R (es) wrote: doesn't seem to have a huge budget... but the acting and story more than make up for it
Bon B (fr) wrote: Sean Penn is stellar as usual. :)
Spencer S (au) wrote: Another in a string of Bette Davis' comeback movies of the sixties, "Dead Ringer" feels and looks recycled, but has all the mystery and charm of a Davis' film. What feels recycled ultimately boils down to the fact that many of the pieces of the plot are the same as other, better films. Davis had played identical twins earlier in the 1946 film "A Stolen Life" and Olivia de Havilland had basically played the same kind of role in a very similar film entitled "The Dark Mirror" from that same year. Murderous twins have always been an interesting thriller concept and noir staple, because of the extremes that siblings can present when they are given the chance to kill. Davis was reemerging in the public sphere after her Oscar nominated turn in "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?". This film and another film of that decade put Davis back into the limelight and with good reason. She was the queen of the film noir as well as acted in dramatic turns in the thirties and forties. This film exploits her popularity to the fullest, as well as her newfound fame, and without her this film would not have had the same impact, and wouldn't have been enjoyable. Another great performance in this film comes from legendary actor Karl Malden. It's his curiosity into the death of his girlfriend and compassion towards her twin sister that really makes a statement about how a person changes when they murder someone, no matter how sweet or innocent they were beforehand. It seems obvious why Edie kills Margaret: because she is in debt, her sister has everything because she married her former beau, and Edie has had a hard, miserable life. Her impersonation of her sister isn't always spot on, and the ensuing story about her living day to day, trying to keep up the mirage she's concocted, doesn't do much except tell us about the social life of Margaret. The film doesn't say much about Edie as a character, or how she feels while deceiving everyone, including her boyfriend, which is especially damning. She is immediately demonized after killing her sister, and is oftentimes shown to be unreliable, calculating, and very bitter. This film only emphasizes Davis, and most of the film is exposition that includes her own musings. The peripheral characters are mostly slags and socialites, and except for Karl Malden, none of them give any insight into the character of Margaret, who remains a mystery except for what little insight Tony gives us, which is only that he exists. Only the ending tells us anything about either twin, gives us any moral, or any damning existential question.
Kevin M W (de) wrote: The Coop battles bad Native Americans (the Seminoles) who're patriotically fighting for their land, their culture, their very survival against the usual murderous invaders ... oh well. Anyway, the action happens in that American jungle called the Everglades (second only to the Grand Canyon insofar as National Parks go if you ask me) which Coop's buddy (Arthur Hunnicutt in the role he practically patented in a half a dozen flickers, the second banana/friend gone nearly native) keeps warning us "nobody gets outta that alive". On the way we pick up a comely redneck gal so Coop gets some romancing in as any break in the action dictates. Typical stuff, though location shooting enlivens the piece.
Kade C (es) wrote: One of the best for-all-ages Pixar movies, and one of their best movies overall. Finding Nemo has the ability to make you laugh and feel incredibly happy, and the next moment break your heart, which makes for an extremely gripping father-son tale.
Lee M (au) wrote: Reaches for more than it can handle, but it's well-acted and earnest in its intentions.
Max G (ru) wrote: Charles Bronson plays Vietnam veteran Vince Majestyk, who just wants to grow his watermelons in peace and live on his farm... But the mob has different plans.When his workers are threatened, Mr Majestyk lends them a hand, but then finds the wrath of the whole mob against him.This is a great, action-packed Charles Bronson Classic. It has a great plot, interesting characters and a great performance from Bronson9.25/10- a must-watch Bronson classic
Lilia A (ca) wrote: This is a movie where I wish I didn't watch it until the end.Throughout this movie, you are taken on a journey of an introverted kid coming out of his shell. And this journey is done by Liam James's amazing acting. When Duncan feels dejected and doesn't belong, you see it on his face, in the way he walks, the way he talks. And when he is jubilant, feels one with the group, you see it in his smile, in his confident posture. I felt a connection with Duncan, and at one scene close to the ending, I even cried.Liam's acting though...is the only highlight of the movie. Plot isn't original, lots of clich's, other characters are questionable.If it wasn't for the ending, this would have been a good, watch it once, maybe watch it in the future movie.But the ending...well it sucked. It is sudden, inconclusive, and leaves you staring at the screen thinking "Wait...it's...it's over?"In the end, this movie was good, but I wouldn't watch it again, and wouldn't recommend it.