Two bumbling, middle-aged private detectives, Dharamchand and Karamchand, are assigned to locate the missing daughter, Asha, of a multi-millionaire. Their adventures take them to a gangster named Prem Chopra and a criminal don named Motilal Sippy. With a lot of skill, action, and fights, they do rescue the girl in their captivity, and bring her to her dad. It is then that they find out that the real Asha is already back home safe and sound, and they had rescued the wrong girl. But now it is too late, as the underworld and it's men are out to get them.
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John T (kr) wrote: Concert film featuring the Rolling Stones in their two 2013 concerts in Hyde Park in London, 44 years after their famous 1969 concert. Their best performaces were on "Gimme Shelter", "Jumpin' Jack Flash" "Brown Sugar" and "Satisfaction". Former band member Mick Taylor joins Mick, Keith, Charlie and Ronnie on "Midnight Rambler". The background filler featuring the band members discussing their lives and careers was a minor distraction, but if you're a fan of the Rolling Stones you will love this film.
Jei P (us) wrote: couldnt finish it cuz it was so bad and i NEVER not finish a movie cuz it's like opening a bottle of wine and i HAVE to finish the bottle! One movie i walked out of theater was "dude, where is my car"
Cheryl J (jp) wrote: ~~NoT ToO BaD MoViE~~
Josue R (ru) wrote: Could of been so much better. So much better.
Lori B (ag) wrote: Hmmm . . . where to begin? There is a lot to love about this film. First, it stars the beautiful and talented Juliette Binoche. Second, her co-star is yummy. Third, Grard Depardieu appears in a brief cameo. And finally, the production value of this film is off the charts. It is truly a joy to look at. And the story starts out promisingly enough. But the pace is so leisurely that the end SUCKS. I mean really, WTF? It's like they ran out of time and/or money. It's worth a look, but don't get your hopes up. One small spoiler for the men in the crowd: Ms. Binoche does get a brandy massage at one point.
Matthew B (ru) wrote: Anyone got a good Bill Cosby joke? Feel free to one down in the comments. Or, I almost forgot to say, this movie is really creepy.
Luis Y (kr) wrote: just good, my favorite
Aurelia B (jp) wrote: love this movie!! it's hilarious!!
Juli N (ru) wrote: Never thought I'd see the day when Klaus Kinski was the voice of reason and Herzog was the insane one!
Paul Z (jp) wrote: Only master New Wave filmmaker Louis Malle's second stateside effort, this touching, distinctive mood piece is beset with strange, at times unsettling concurrences of sound, tone, and incident, where the dead and the living link temporarily, occasionally even become intimate, then resume on their separate paths. The beginning of the film determines this key unpredictability that gives it so much of its liveliness. The sequence starts with a close-up of a young woman, who seems as worn out as she is gorgeous, seen through a tenement window in golden lamplight. Systematically she rubs her hands, arms, shoulders, and breasts with lemon halves. As the camera widens, we become aware that she's being watched by an elderly man from a likewise tattered room across the air shaft. Then the events that occur that obliquely cause them to confront one another have all the capricious randomness of life. What makes this lyrical tale rewarding is the tenderness with which Lou treats his only hope at adding up to something, and the insight with which Sally treats Lou. Lou longs to take the drug money as a reward from the heavens and restore his prime. Malle's gratifyingly hard-edged serendipitous drama is set in an tenement near the Boardwalk. It's scheduled for destruction, and everywhere are empty lots full of debris and the sky-cranes of new construction. Each exterior shot looks to have a backdrop of wreckage being heaved out of upper windows, or bulldozers cleaning up empty lots. In this condemned building live three people: Oyster-bar waitress Sally, aging numbers runner Lou and widow Grace. The relationship with Grace starts with the detail that she requires Lou to live. To cover her despair, she offends and disparages him like a diva, and he sees right through her. Grace the aging beauty discovers an instinctive bond with Chrissie the hippie, who believes in reincarnation and foot reflexology. They're far apart in age, approach and viewpoints, yet they both form dreams to separate the bleak truth encircling them. As for Lou and Sally, there's something kindhearted and understated happening. Neither is without horse sense. Both have ideas. Both have endured disillusionment. Albeit they could be lovers, they have no prospects together, and perhaps none individually. They need not vocalize this. When he helps her, it's because she needs help, and because he needs to help. His inducement is not the standard fairy-tale stock phrase, but in having an observer who knows that at least once during his decline into anonymity he stepped up to bat and acted as he believes a man should, men who may have been crooks but were influential and appreciated. The movie doesn't reject reality. It ends how, when and why it must, provided what has gone before.
Richard S (es) wrote: One of many Road to films with Crosby & Hope.
Martin H (es) wrote: I liket they here Movie and the film with demi Moore and they here film-Movie for I like they here Movie and it is my the most best Movie-film with Demi Moore and Valerie Harper in the Movie World with Michael Caine who I like they Movie is from the years 1984.
Tracy F (ag) wrote: Another lovely Starz app movie. Haven't watched this in YEARS. The older I am, I just don't get it lol. Have I turned into a grandma? lol
Larry W (mx) wrote: It isn't A Fish Called Wanda, obviously. The humor is far more broad and the story meanders quite a bit. But it's still pretty funny and the premise is kind of brilliant in its simplicity.
Jenn M (us) wrote: If I was more into the lifestyle, I may find this more interesting. It was done very well buy I just don't understand the desire or need to get so damn big and therefore I can't give this a big score
Nathaniel B (ag) wrote: One of my least favorite football movies.