Ek Ruka Hua Faisla

Ek Ruka Hua Faisla

Twelve male members of a jury gather together in an enclosed room to deliberate their decision on a charge of murder against a young man who has been accused of killing his elderly father. All of the jury, save for one, are convinced of this young man's guilt, and they would like to convince their colleague also to come to the same unanimous decision. But will they be able to convince him to change his verdict? Its a hindi remake of the movie 12 angry men. Though worth seeing it..

One dissenting juror in a murder trial tries to influence the verdict with his personal prejudices and biases . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ek Ruka Hua Faisla torrent reviews

Ben D (us) wrote: Debut film, written and directred by Matt McCormick, is a character-driven lo-fi movie. It charts the ennui of a disparate group of characters and though they are well acted - and well shot - the film never really rises above tedium. Only one story line brings about any real sympathy - the thrift shop worker - and others strive for quirkiness but fall short. McCormick is clearly very talented, with an eye for the visual, but it needs to be wedded to stronger characters and story.

Guillaume L (mx) wrote: Oh mon Dieu... Et dire qu'il est possible de faire des films pareils...

Sgt C (nl) wrote: (15%)Not really a Van Damme movie as he only plays a very small role as one of baddies bodyguards. Almost the whole movie is dull, with only the beautiful Maltese setting adding any unique factor to separate it from hundreds of other movies, many of them better.

Jeff B (ca) wrote: Somehow more childish than the 1940s Fleischer & Famous Superman cartoons that were aimed squarely at kids, the horribly miscalculated bomb The Quest for Peace created a cancer-causing fallout so tenacious that it wouldn't dissipate for nearly 20 years. It plays even poorer today. George Reeves' '50s iteration of the Man of Steel might prove to be classic television, but the staid silliness of the series hasn't aged well. That said, the entire run of that program looks positively naturalistic and ripped-from-the-headlines when compared with the insultingly over-the-top goings-on of Superman IV. With a villain so laughable that his appearance single-handedly turns the production into an outright comedy, Superman IV is riff-worthy from the word 'no.' In this painfully bad PG-rated sequel, the Man of Steel (Reeve) crusades for nuclear disarmament and meets Lex Luthor's (Hackman) latest creation, Nuclear Man. Alexander and Ilya Salkind, the producers of the first three go-rounds, smartly chose to sit this one out. Gene Hackman, however, returns to cash a sizable paycheck and create a Solar-powered Superman clone with a perfectly coiffed mullet. That Superman creators Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel lived to see this dreck put the nail in coffin of a once-decent franchise is appalling...though certainly not as appalling as Warner Bros. not compensating them for creating an American icon...but a close second.Bottom line: Nuclear Waste

Jason Z (jp) wrote: Great movie that still holds up well today 35 years later. They do a great job of building and holding the tension. Even more amazing that it is based on a true story.

Lau H (mx) wrote: It still brings goosebumps to me even it is just a 1960's movie. Hitchcock is definitely a master in horror and suspend. The classic shower scene is just unforgettable.

Atheer O (ag) wrote: fairly entertaining. Although script stumbles and get silly at times but the 2 leads did make up for its flaws.

Liam C (ag) wrote: For a movie based on a rather light TV show that barely went beyond 20 minutes, the filmmakers managed to give the movie a plot that didn't feel stretched out to just just reach a deadline. Postman Pat: The Movie might not be the greatest animated movie ever but it looks like someone at least put effort into this instead of just throwing it together to get some quick cash.It does have the nods to the TV show to make it relevant, it has the same theme song (and makes a joke about it), same font and same overall atmosphere, so there is some care here. Hearing Pat's new voice was odd but it makes sense and the voice sounded good as did everyone else in this pretty impressive cast. The story here is pretty good for what it was and actually had a good message at the end that had something really positive to say. The movie actually had some funny jokes in it, it has the slapstick humor that will appeal to younger audiences but at the same time has quite a lot of jokes for adults too with no gross out humor. I found Simon Cowbell quite funny and all the little references to other movies and directors I found quite amusing too.The only real complaint I have is with the robotic Pat and Jess designs. Other reviewers have already commented on it but their design is overly creepy and a little off putting. One scene in particular made me feel worried for younger children who saw this was when one of the Jess designs gets their exoskeleton burnt off to leave a Terminator type body and it was just in the shadows walking slowly toward the screen with glowing red eyes and sharp teeth and that's just going too far. The giant smiles of the Pat robots isn't much better either. I watched this movie with my younger sister and it didn't bother her, which I am glad but I can't believe the creators saw that and said that was okay. I'm not someone who will get easily offended by something but there's a line and considering the age group this is aimed at they crossed it.Besides that, I did have a good time with the movie and it was a lot better than I ever thought it would be but those robots really were off putting. Making a movie on something that isn't as relevant as it once was would give anyone an excuse to get lazy (or they could feel inspired to breath new life into it depending on how you look at it) but that doesn't happen here, which is good.