Kapil's younger brother, Buntu, dies as a result of a drug overdose. Kapil vows to put an end to drugs and drug-dealers, by joining the police. He soon attains the title of C.I.D. Inspector. He lives in Bombay with his mom. One day his friend from Goa, Albert Pinto is killed in front of him. He vows to avenge his death, but the local police will not permit to do so, and they assign this incident to another inspector. Frustrated, Kapil decides to travel to Goa.
- Stars:Amitabh Bachchan, Cyrus Broacha, Remo Fernandes, A.K. Hangal, Rohini Hattangadi, Saeed Jaffrey, Pankaj Kapur, Kamini Kaushal, Satish Kaushik, Farah Khan, Javed Khan, Viju Khote, Akash Khurana, Johnny Lever, Rajesh Puri,
- Director:Pankaj Parashar,
- Writer:Kamlesh Pandey (dialogue)
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(kr) wrote: Perhaps not the best Lukas Moodysson film, but his standards are high so it's still an excellent watch. The teenage actors do a really good job here.
(de) wrote: Not completely solid, but it's still a lot of fun. The characters are interesting enough, and the zemons are pretty well done. The humor isn't too off and the pacing is fairly decent. The ending is a bit of a cheat yet refreshing.
(br) wrote: No unity, very irregular quality, doesn't show neither Havana's reality neither what makes *Havana special. They tried to avoid all the clich but they didn't show anything new either, none political point of view whatsoever.
(mx) wrote: Not sure it entirely works, but I loved the dream sequences and Elle Fanning in this. The ending was flat and I hoped for more, but this kept me entertained and was creepy mostly, so no real complaints.
(mx) wrote: This is a good movie- about the old Justin Bieber. Reminds you of his humble beginnings and who the original Justin Bieber was. Gives you a unique glance into the behind the scenes of show business.
(ag) wrote: Really special, Hollywood should take note, no special effects required and an English director making a movie in the Romanian language too. Well worth watching. It had, for me, a flavour of Orcus about it.
(mx) wrote: I only seen this once. I have been trying to find the title to this movie for a few years now. Anyways, this movie is different. I don't really know what to say about it; it was interesting. It was disturbing with its sex scenes and other graphic scenes; esp. the rape scene with the man. Also, how the main characters are presented, makes this difficult to explain.
(ru) wrote: its all about the girls. the guys??yuck.
(jp) wrote: Lloyd Kaufman?s Tromeo and Juliet is undoubtedly a modernized adaptation of Shakespeare?s popular tragedy Romeo and Juliet, and the film was released back in 1996. It makes me quite nervous to consider what Troma Entertainment would conjure up for a 2013 adaptation. Can you get any more uncensored and twisted than this film? Probably not. The scene begins in the Que house in New York City. We see a squirrel, apparently hung by the Capulets, swinging lightly from a noose with a paper stuck to its bottom half, reading, ?Monty Q Sucks.? The narrator, Lemmy from the rock group Motorhead, then reveals the characters from both feuding households by name. The feisty feud between the two households begins when Cappy Capulet (William Beckwith) the sadistic, abusive father of Juliet, forces the ?black-mailed? alcoholic and father of Romeo, Monty Que (Earl Mckoy), to sign over the rights of their porn production company ?Silky Films.? The families then begin to wreak havoc on one another, resulting in the deaths of Sammy Capulet (Sean Gunn) through his brief encounter with a fire hydrant, Murray Martini (Valentine Miele) with his spike to the head for the need to call people ?fiddle-fuckers,? and Tyrone Capulet with his severed arm and head; leaving the unrequited love story of Romeo and Juliet somehow stashed in the middle. Though this particular adaptation arguably presents a perversion and mockery of a classic text, it may be considered effective because it contains the typical elements of the Shakespeare script; violence, comedy, passion, and love. These elements, however, seem to be magnified times a million. The love story seems to be overshadowed by the excess of violence, sex, and goriness prevalent throughout the film. I manage to get an onset of nausea thinking about ?Prince Meatball?s? (Steve Gibbons) need to bash his head repeatedly against dead pigs, and that huge monster penis growling at Juliet in her sexual nightmare. The target audience might also present a problem as well. It seems as if there is a film version of Shakespeare that caters to every type of person, and this film clearly seems to target a punk rock or gothic audience. Needless to say, this isn?t necessarily a version that I would watch with my parents or even with the majority of my friends like I would Frank Zeffirelli or Baz Luhrmann?s renditions. On the other hand, the connection between Romeo (Will Keenan) and Juliet (Jane Jensen), though a goofy-looking couple, was actually believable. The moments that they were in tune together actually seemed like a totally separate movie and true love story. When they first meet at Capp?s Ball, unfortunately with Romeo in a cow suit, we are taken into a dream-like state of stars as they directly quote sonnets from Act 1 Scene 5 of Shakespeare?s original play. Then of course, a booming ?What the fuck! Get your God damn tongue out of my God damn cousins mouth!? spoken by Tyrone Capulet, plunges us quickly back to reality.Everything controversial or considered wrong with the world was featured in this film including violence, lesbianism, incest, and abuse. I was especially surprised at the abuse of woman, particularly from Cappy Capulet toward Juliet and her mother Ingrid, and wasn?t too fond of this element of farce in the film. I can deal with a few slaps here and there, but he kind of beat their ass. Overall, what makes this adaptation ?work? is perhaps ?Shakespeare?s? guest appearance nodding and laughing at the closing of the film. This is definitely an important addition which suggests that Troma Entertainment wasn?t trying to screw up a classic, but simply meant to entertain. Shakespeare, oddly, would probably be proud.
(mx) wrote: This charismatic directorial debut from Wes Andersen lays the groundwork for the style that would become his trademark. Understated delivery of quick dialog from well defined characters punctuate an engaging story.
(fr) wrote: A scientist discovers a growth hormone that enables an embryo to develop into a young woman in a matter of days. He then goes about teaching the bright woman about life, including a hands on tutorial of the birds and the bees. Good tragic ending.
(ca) wrote: Drama, 'witches', dictator fathers, AND The kids give the cat a traditional scottish burial ceremony (bagpipes).
(de) wrote: I don't think i have ever seen the idea of good/bad luck in a movie before. But, this movie is really funny and entertaining.
(gb) wrote: The funny parts are undoubtedly funny, however the bad parts sadly weigh heavy on this film. Not bad, but not great
(br) wrote: Katharine Hepburn and Henry Fonda star in a film together...that's an achievement in itself. These two acting legends had reportedly never met before this film in 1981, which is hard to believe seeing as they'd both been going strong since the 30s. To wrap the review up in a nutshell, so I don't spend all day going into it's sensational qualities, the fines thing about this film, and it's most essential quality, is that it comes off as 100% real. The entire casts' performances, the writing, all of it comes off so natural we forget we're watching a movie.The most cinematic things about "On Golden Pond", and possibly it's best assets, are the score and cinematography. The beauty of the opening sequence can't be put into words. It was like a moving painting with soothing, beautiful classical music to accompany the mood. "On Golden Pond" is simply filled with beauty and naturalism- and no film can wrong with that. Near perfection.