International Khiladi is a Hindi action thriller film released in 1999. The film is directed by Umesh Mehra and It stars Akshay Kumar and Twinkle Khanna in the lead roles. The film want to done moderately at the box office.
News Reporter Payal (Twinkle Khanna) and her camera-man have been assigned the task of interviewing the world's highest ranking criminal don, Devraj (Akshay Kumar), which they accept. In the process, Payal and Devraj fall in love with each other, much to the opposition of Bismillah (Mukesh Khanna), Devraj's guardian on one hand; and Police Inspector Amit (Rajat Bedi), and Payal's brother Ravi (Vivek Shaq) on the other.
Deanna B (br) wrote: It was so exciting I believe I fell asleep.
Emanuel F (us) wrote: A wonderful look inside the educational world of a group of autistic students and their teachers. Sometimes touching. Sometimes sad. The film makes no effort to pull in outside experts or other interested parties. The story is about the students and the teachers who work tirelessly with and for them. Truly a must see.
FilmGrinder S (ag) wrote: 68% Seen it all before. Felt like a SciFi channel, TV movie with some nudity.
Terri P (nl) wrote: So funny. I know I have a rare form of humor. lol
Kenny N (ca) wrote: Anthony Hopkins performance should have been built around a better movie.
Krystle C (gb) wrote: Hou Hsiao Hsien's play-like story of a famed brothel (Flower House) in Shanghai is a study of manners in late 19-century China. Sublimely restrained in parts, the opening sequences introducing each courtesan (flower girl) is exquisite and captivating... but I have to admit that I fell asleep in parts and it is pretty slow. The dubbing of Crimson's character also bothered me a fair bit. I loved Pearl and Emerald though, and I wish we could have seen more of Carina Lau's lovely, calm performance of the daughter of the house. Michelle Reis is great fun as the brash, arrogant, independent courtesan, so different from the other meek girls. Too many drinking game scenes! Beautiful score though, and Tony Leung is good although not spectacular. However, I did really love how Flowers... felt like a play in the theatre, from its fades in and out to its static mise-en-scene, but incorporated some great close-up shots of Crimson and Wang sitting quietly, etc. Worth another watch, but not anytime soon.
Matthieu D (fr) wrote: Bad directing, it looks like a TV film. The story seems to have been written too fast too. Only David Duchovny and Angelina Jolie play well.
David W (us) wrote: Just simply entertaining, no film making masterpiece
Jude P (es) wrote: Every word, every scene make the movie a classic mob joint. Lot more to tell but sad Beaty did not get the Oscar for his brilliant portrait.
Tina S (mx) wrote: Another one of those great mindf*ck movies that makes you wonder what the hell is going on.
JJ W (it) wrote: Definitely one of the worst comedies I've ever seen in my life. Never has a gimmicky premise fall so flat, and so quickly than "Any Which Way You Can". The writing is literally all over the place. Characters and plotlines come in and out of nowhere and thrown in just for comedic effect. The "romance" between Eastwood and Sandra Locke was absolutely undeveloped and many gags just come off as unrealistic and random. The key to writing an outrageous unrealistic comedy is to weave it in a believable world that's similar if not identical to our own. This movie throws that rule out and with it the audience.
Luke M (ag) wrote: Easily the best performance I've ever seen by a child actor, Paper Moon is a movie made up of equal parts sadness and mirth.
Josh L (kr) wrote: I wonder if this was the first southern vampire.
Gabriel K (br) wrote: The first half of this movie is a rather strait-forward story but it takes a sudden turn into bizarre and and never looks back. Different viewers will interpret it differently, but one thing for sure, it leaves you trying to make sense of its meaning.
Leonardo Malacay S (kr) wrote: Temas que se deben tomar en serio pero no tan enserio como en esta pelcula.
Leslie P (kr) wrote: this movie is the best one I could have ever seen
Steve W (kr) wrote: Its two opposing views in a shitty apartment. Tommy Lee Jones and Samuel L. Jackson are able to keep the debate going for the 90 minutes, but the ending isn't as shocking or intense as the back of the DVD implies.
OliverTodd H (mx) wrote: I understand a lot of people don't like Nicolas Cage, but this movie was pretty good. Yeah it had some average effects (specially with the birds), but the movie stayed interesting and also scary with some scenes making even me jump. I would recommend this movie, I really enjoyed it.