Wealthy, powerful and influential Seth Dharamdas leads a financially secure life in a palatial mansion. He is known to come to the aid of all people who are beyond any hope of assistance, and this leads to him being known as "Dharmatma". But Seth Dharamdas does have a number of skeletons in his closet, and a parallel life as a gangster. The only person Dharamdas hates and fears is none other than his very own son, Ranbir, who has sworn that he will never compromise with his father's dark career, and threatens to expose him. Dharamdas has never conceded surrender or defeat at the hands of any mortal, and will never even consider to do so - even if this means the death of Ranbir.
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J P (nl) wrote: Take it for what it is. Surfer, Dude did exactly what I wanted it to. I wasn't looking for a cinematic masterpiece.
Tammi B (mx) wrote: Classy, stylish, alternate take on the famous serial killer case. I liked this direct to DVD independent better than The Hillside Strangler. A police psychiatrist is assigned to render a confession, but instead decides to mind-probe a shady suspect who may or may not be the victim of a frame, and who may or may not be who he claims to be .
Amir K (ca) wrote: I have seen this movie once! and think about this! BUT! it is not enough
Kevin R (es) wrote: I apologize for any unfortunate mishaps.A group of five private investigators arrive at a mansion they were all forced to attend. A dinner party ensues where a man keeps them on their toes and makes them participate in a game that if they lose, they lose their life. Which detective(s) will survive the challenge?"Answer is simple but the question is very hard."Robert Moore, director of The Sunshine Boys, There's Always Room, Chapter Two, Annie Flynn, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, and Don't Call Us, delivers Murder by Death. The storyline for this picture is a suspense parody that was fun and contained some well done characters. The acting is entertaining and the cast includes Peter Falk, Peter Sellers, James Coco, Eileen Brennan, Truman Capote, and Alec Guinness."Idiot! Not finish mushroom story."This was on Turner Classic Movies (TCM) during the Halloween holiday season so I had to add it to the DVR list. I recently watched it and thought it was okay and worth a viewing. This was fun in a "Clue" way but is far from a classic."How do I look so young?"Grade: C+
Christopher S (ag) wrote: Not one of Mario Bava's best. It's as stylish as you'd expect from a Bava gothic horror film, but burdened by an uninspired script. Reasonably entertaining for fans of Italian horror, but a far cry from Bava's masterpieces.
RA L (ca) wrote: Visual y temticamente es una obra de antologa, adems de un hito para el cine de Amrica Latina. Si tan solo tuviera mejores actuaciones... / Visually and thematically it's worthy of an anthology, besides being a staple of Latin American cinema. If only it had better performances...
Private U (gb) wrote: Everyone should see this film. No budget, no big names, but one hell of a big idea.
Vadim D (kr) wrote: The film goes back and forth in it's tone, and sometimes is a dark comedy, and other times more of Capra's screwball style. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. The darker tone is more satisfying, mainly because of actors such as Peter Lorre (who is one of the most memorable actors in cinema).
Robert T (fr) wrote: This made-for-TV mini-series was kind of similar to "The Odyssey," though I'm not that surprised, it did came from the same studio, Hallmark Entertainment, but somehow, the film was kind of off. I felt I was watching a badly made film with a badly acted cast. I was hoping the film could get at least a little better, but it kind of didn't. I have to be honest, I still prefer the Disney animated version of this attempt. The film's visuals and art direction were exciting, but the special effects were just sad. The film's cast was alright, nothing to rave about, but they at least fit the characters' description, so I have to give the film's some kudos for that.
Jake T (br) wrote: They don't make movies this funny anymore
Paul D (ru) wrote: Slightly better acting than the original, but the movie itself is still complicated. They tried to give a little more explanation, but failed yet again.