After witnessing the brutal slaying of her Forest Officer father, Sunder Rajan, at the hands of dreaded dacoit Jageera, Sandhya goes to Colonel Krishnakant Puri and asks for his assistance in bringing an end to Jageera's rule in the Devdurg region. Krishnakant agrees to assist her, and summons about a dozen of his fellow officers and subordinates to assist him. They all assemble at Devdurg with all the necessary ammunitions and arms to combat Jageera, not realizing that Jageera has influence over the local police detachment, who will prevent Puri and his men to possess any guns and weapons. This does not deter Puri and his men, and they continue to stay on in Devdurg and gain the confidence of the villagers. What the villagers do not know that Krishnakant and his men had all been dishonorably discharged from the army for cowardice and retreating when attacked by the enemy. Will Puri and his men abandon Devdurg and let history repeat itself?
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N S (gb) wrote: Despite some changes from the book to the movie (which actually improved the film), this is a good kids' movie. It has very clichd jokes and lines all around the movie and the acting is at times executed poorly, but besides these little bits and pieces, this is a good movie that I would like to see again.
Brad C (ca) wrote: One of the funniest spoof movies I've seen along with Brooks' Spaceballs, Airplane, Hotshots and Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery.
Tom F (jp) wrote: I loved this movie. All the low budget special effects and humor really add to the charm.
Greg W (gb) wrote: Not a pleasant film, it is a great one.
Demonic N (it) wrote: This looks really crap.
Scott B (nl) wrote: Seriously, it can't be THAT hard to make a good Gershwin movie, can it? -groan-
Greg W (gb) wrote: ok western musical combo but I'm confused in the credits it talked about Technicolor photography but I didn't see any colour its all B & W. til the end party I see now.
Ilja S (de) wrote: Almost as good as the original one, Superman II delivers a good story and a great cast, which makes this movie hold up to the stadards set. What makes this not as good as its predecessor is the fact that it starts to get a little cheesy, and the humor doesn't always work. Sadly the sequels only expended on those flaws.
Jason S (jp) wrote: Hilarious and completely f*cked up!
Hardy H (br) wrote: Not as good as i remembered it to be, which is expected. The running around the battleship is still kinda fun, but action wasn't nearly as good as i thought. However, it is still watchable. Not a lot of action films from back then can call themselves that.... (I wish i havn't watched Bloodsport again... it was darn awful). This probably is his best (i knowthat doesn't really say a lot), featuring Steven Seagal at the pinnacle of his career. The thing is after watching it again, the lead could've been anyone. Or maybe not, he's the freaking STEVEN SEAGAL man!.... how did he get famous again?