Krishna Patil is a poor, unemployed, unsuccessful and short tempered youth who stays in a chawl with his father Ramakant and elder sister Mansi. He tries to secure a job in the police department but fails. One day he happens to meet Kavita Choudhary, a young, rich, beautiful, intelligent lawyer. He falls for her instantly and begins wooing her. Kavita, having recently lost her father, stays alone and feels lonely and depressed. There is a certain void in her life. She is looking for someone to share her loneliness and an unemployed Krishna suits her requirements perfectly. Hence she accepts him as her boyfriend despite his mediocre looks, poor family background, jobless status and lack of personal hygiene.
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Darren B (au) wrote: With a bigger budget, stronger writing and a more experienced director this movie could have been so much better! Anyways it was nonetheless interesting with a few stand out scenes.
Caesar M (au) wrote: Not having seen a Martial Art film in awhile I checked out the obscure Wu Dang which surprisingly came out this year. There is a reason why this was an obscure title and nothing you should bother looking for either.Wu Dang "plot" follows an American conspirator taking his well-trained kung fu daughter to Wudang by sponsoring a Taoist martial arts competition, to steal the treasure in mountain of Wu Dang. The plot or whatever you want to call it is just made up on the spot. Nothing was consistent. Not a single character was engaging. No focus at all was put into this. There is literally one character that we follow throughout the movie who has no real purpose and I think this character original name was filler. The CGI in general seems more fitting for a cartoon than a serious Martial Art film. The mediocre CGI looks very ridiculous in the climax in which will have laughing when seeing a giant bubble and a glowing pill. The fight scenes and story telling segments are poorly separated resulting in long dialogue scenes and I believe around 14 boring fight scenes which despite being performed well are no fun to watch. The acting is so-so. The actors show very little commitment in making their characters engaging let-alone worth cheering for. The cast do some solid stunts and solid fight scenes, but the plot is so poorly put together that it makes the few entertaining moments this film has feel like a drag to sit through.Wu Dang has little to offer with it made on the spot plot and boring actors. Some solid fight scenes once in awhile can't makeup for the rest of the film that will likely put you to sleep.
Dany J (nl) wrote: This documentary displays A truth that many of us ignore.
Peter A (kr) wrote: Enjoyed this one. Well made, and well acted.
Samantha A (ca) wrote: i enjoyed this movie it was wayy way better than the first havoc.i love ashton holmes unfff.3 1/2 stars.
RA L (ag) wrote: LETTERBOX. Genial por cuanto encuentra un balance casi perfecto entre la estructuracin de su discurso y la espontaneidad de los momentos. Magnfica, la iluminacin. / Genial in finding an almost perfect balance between the structuring of its discourse and the spontaneity of the moments. The lighting is magnificent.
Jason S (ca) wrote: it was ok kindof slow movie
Ben H (br) wrote: This movie was one of his best movies - in fact I rate this as high as "007" - Stephen Chow was at an absolute peak and you are gonna laugh from start to end!
Jeremy S (ru) wrote: Prince please never direct! Horrible and the soundstage was a cheap way to go as well...someone do a real sequel to Purple Rain
Ryan V (it) wrote: Christopher Lee assumes the persona of Dracula once again for this sequel. The plot for this outing involves a Monsignor (Rupert Davies) exorcising Castle Dracula and therefore preventing the recently resurrected Count from using it. The vindictive Dracula enslaves a local priest (Ewan Hopper) and brutally strikes against the Monsignor's family, but the vampire hasn't reckoned with the atheistic fiance of the Monsignor's niece. Dracula Has Risen From The Grave follows a pat formula, but the macabre tone, spirited performances, and unforgettable ending of this film make it one of my favorite Hammer movies.
Sarah L (ru) wrote: Katharine Hepburn character is a strong woman that proves herself in her own right and then gets the man. Love it!
Leo B (gb) wrote: Absolutly Love This Film!
Ian S (mx) wrote: Puppies on an Egyptian adventure? That's real cute, which is good.
Hkon S (de) wrote: Great entertainment. Keanu perfect for the role. No thinking required, just sit ack and watch him chew through the bad guys (although he's, really, one of them as well). Great fun.