On May 1st 1993 a bomb explodes in Gangaram Park in Bombay, killing more than 150 people, many of whom are children. ACP Jay Suryavanshi is assigned this case, quick arrests are made of four individuals. Jagat Jogia, a terrorist, claims responsibility for these killings, but the police are unable to arrest him as he is now located in London, England. Jay discusses this matter with his senior, and together they recruit dreaded killer, Jeet Balraj, rename him Raja, save him from death-row, promise him freedom in exchange for killing Jagat Jogia, to which Jeet agrees. Jeet is provided with money, passport and living quarters in London, and he re-locates. Upon arrival, he meets with Manpreet Kaur, and both of them fall in love. With someone to motivate him in life, Jeet decides to give up his past life - only to find out that not only Jay has other plans for him, but Jagat is also on the look-out for him - and both their agendas are the same - his death!
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Sharon A (fr) wrote: Good movie, it kept me engaged. Did not play out the way I expected it to. Good moral tale, that proves sometimes having it all, it not entirely the truth
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Jay B (de) wrote: Uhhhh.... I made it only 5 minutes into this shit head.... but, if you like laughing your ass off a horrible cinema... here you are.
Emily D (de) wrote: My expectations were pretty low for this one and I was pleasantly surprised based on that. Bell and Duhmel had nice chemistry. The suitors were a bit too over the top (especially Arnett) but it was a fun story.
Jamie C (de) wrote: Loved it, Really clever and funny from start to finish, Scrat steals the show and is where most of the comedy comes from, But the main plot was still good and different and kids will adore it.
Private U (es) wrote: Not the scariest movie ever, but Craig's dressed in a deputy uniform with...a moustache! LMAO!!
Ryan D (ag) wrote: Wonderful movie all around just wonderful
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Alex K (mx) wrote: Great Clint Eastwood film one of his best. The ending could of been better but apart from that it was fantastic.
James H (jp) wrote: 6.5/10. Good story, very well written with finee performances, especially Peter Boyle and K Callan, who plays his wife. Powerful ending, good pace. It's good to see Peter Boyle in a film that shows his acting range.
Jonathan W (de) wrote: A fun British war-time mystery. Great atmospheric black & white cinematography. Stars Alastair Sim. The highlight for me was an expertly-executed & suspenseful party scene.
Derek G (gb) wrote: A shockingly brutal and pessimistic film, with a great performance by Paul Muni (After seeing in him Scarface, I kind of think he was one of the best actors of the 1930s). Really well directed with a great ending. Not perfect, no early sound film is, but as good as it could be and better than one would expect. Grade: A solid A.
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Jacob G (jp) wrote: An overall average movie. It makes sense for the most part, but if feels like I've seen this movie before in a variety of different movies before
Douglas L (us) wrote: I was saddened to see how poor this sequel was. I couldn't even finish it. So boring and not even funny. Too bad, the first was awesome!
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