This is the story of happy-go-lucky young collegian Raja, who lives with his father, a retired school-teacher, mother, a housewife, and elder brother, Shankar, a gangster and hit-man for a criminal don named Anna. When Shankar is betrayed by Kaalia Abdul, Anna asks his men to kill Shankar, which they do. Raja abandons his studies, his sweetheart, and go on a mission to find his brother's killers. Soon he, too, becomes a pawn in Anna, Kaalia Abdul, and Minister Dharmadhikari's mind games, and is pitted against his former friend and Police Inspector Pratap, and present Police Inspector Sidhant - who has been assigned to bring in Raja - dead or alive.

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Oscar T (kr) wrote: Se pone en una licuadora la primera hora de "Paranormal Activity" con un tercio de "The Blair Witch Project" y sale sin colar Crowsnest con un poco de las bondades de las anteriores peliculas y muchos de sus defectos.

kevin s (nl) wrote: pretty good some real funny parts and it was good to see what everybody has been up to

Laurie G (ag) wrote: Really liked this...if you like TRUE stories, I think you'll like it. If you like WINE I think you'd like it. I would have been disappointed had I paid to see this movie but since it was on Netflix on a quiet evening, it was ok.

Skyler B (br) wrote: Cute, but mostly because I like Posey so damn much...

Luc L (kr) wrote: Dustin Hoffman gave a memorable performance;unfortunately the story did not grip.

Michael A (mx) wrote: The only reason I am giving this such a low score is because the special edition DVD I bought skips right in the middle..other that movie wise it's decent for a low budget horror/comedy.

Stephen G (it) wrote: I was surprised at how good this was. Way more than the lines it's known for and the twist it has. Amazing film.

Issac L (br) wrote: A movie blind date with CHRISTIANE F., a cautionary tale about the decadence of a 14-year-old girl Christiane's heroin addiction, based on the autobiographical recount from Christiane Felscherinow, probes into the drug scene in West Germany in 1970s. As Christiane (Brunckhorst) acclaims "I can't take this shit anymore!", right after another fellow junkie died of overdose near the 3/4 of the film, the wake-up calls ring many times but with no avail, this is also a test for viewers' forbearance of dyed-in-the-wool addict's relapse, disturbing and obdurate, the film presents us with the horrendous existing circumstance at the scrum of the earth, when prostitution is a conjoint twin with those poverty-stricken junkie-kids, as they're dispensable ciphers beyond any help, the merest trifle in the world. It is either stop or die, the final redemption using voice-over is both an expedient and a sketchy evasion of what's the real truth behind the successful withdrawal (or not). A perpetual squint and the dazed expression doesn't indicate you're high, but with an amateurish cast, even the over-stretching make-up cannot help too much without looking stifling. There are stiff and awkward sex scenes between Christiane and her hustler boyfriend Detlev (Haustein) which borders on gratuitousness, the more well re-enacted is their cold turkey period, vicarious yet impactful, but my problem remains since it is too repulsive to watch the imitation of the needle injection, which is too frequent and overkills the impact. and it is noxious and disheartening to see those juvenile actors try so hard to reach the theatrical credibility, it is just not healthy for them. In any rate, I will recommend more adult-centered versions like Al Pacino & Kitty Winn in THE PANIC IN NEEDLE PARK (1971, 7/10) or Heath Ledger & Abbie Cornish in CANDY (2006, 6/10).It is the feature length debut of director Uli Edel (LAST EXIT TO BROOKLYN, 1989 7/10), one prominent attribute is he interlaces the roaming subjective angle from Christiane after the heroin injection, with the unimpassioned objective observation. Also David Bowie's glam cameo jibes with the zeitgeist of the time and painfully reminds us heroin is only for those who are rich and famous. Personally speaking, the message is already taken, so for me it feels superfluous to place myself to witness the horror which I wholeheartedly despise, period.

Devon B (ca) wrote: "Z" is a film of the sixties, even more so perhaps than "Woodstock". The film shows what the effects of public protest can have on the established government, in particular, the paranoid, thug-like behavior of bullies when threatened. "Z" stands for "he lives", and the "he" in this case is The Deputy, or The Doctor, a dynamic leader of the leftwing party. He's coming to town to give a speech on nuclear disarmament and the right wing Junta is conspiring to shut him up. They do so with the help of hired goons wielding truncheons who disrupt the meeting, first by inciting the crowd to riot, then by beating up anyone who even looks like The Deputy. The police are there for crowd control, but they stand by stone-faced as blood is spilled. Only two newspaper reporters and an investigating magistrate are interested in getting to the truth of what happened at the rally, everyone else seems to only want to cover it up. As I said before, this is a film of the sixties, where the student protestor's paranoia was usually justified, and those in power were terrified to the point of doing cowardly and unspeakable acts. Where long hair and rock-n-roll was not just a matter of taste but a threat to the very existence of their way of life. Under these conditions of butting heads and idealogies, where one side pushes, and the other side must push back, there will be victims of injustice. Z is a film about that injustice and it makes no bones about it.

Will D (us) wrote: Decent family movie will entertain kids.