Khoon Khoon

Khoon Khoon

As a crazed killer blazes a trail of blood through an anxious city, a hardened cop aims to take him down by any means in this remake of Dirty Harry.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1973
  • Language:Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   mistress,   murder,  

A Bombay cop tries to track down a serial killer who snipes at random victims. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Laurent P (fr) wrote: Une vraie tentative de renouveler le mythe du loup garou, mais la maladresse du script cumulee a la naivete de la realisation plombent la plupart des situations, a commencer par le cadre de la ville de Lyon et son improbable banlieue champetre...

David S (mx) wrote: A brilliant exploration of the British music scene in the early 60's and the revolutionary producer Joe Meek. O'Meill is fearless in the role and is the main reason to watch this but he is also supported by the cream of British talent...and Kevin Spacey! The film moves from comic fun to dark tragedy and it helps if you're familiar with the music or some of the great artists the actors are portraying but since this is an era I've always loved I thought the whole thing was great.

Elly W (de) wrote: Two stars because James Franco is smokin' hot. Other than that, just one.

Daniel S (us) wrote: Probably a bit pretentiously in love with its own quirkiness, but... then again, that's strangely appropriate.

Mikael K (nl) wrote: Istvn Szab(TM)s film adaptation of Klaus Mann(TM)s novel explores the rise of Nazism in Germany. The question asked is how the previously tolerant and liberal community of creative intellectuals, writers, artists and actors did a 180 and began to support the totalitarian state. Fear and survivalism were certainly factors, but many great thinkers were quite effectively brainwashed into hate and dehumanization. And many were deluding themselves, refusing to see the reality of the acts their own country was conducting.Klaus Maria Brandauer convinces as Hendrik, a stage actor who personifies the whole class of artists and thinkers. His colleagues flee their homes in fear and opposition of the oncoming reign, but Hendrik, obsessed by the character he plays in a Faustian play, seems to lose touch with himself. He is easily drawn in on the Nazi mentality. He adapts and survives, but at what cost?Szab(TM)s film is packed with questions about identity, values, mental health and morality. At almos two and a half hours, the whole seems a bit tedious, however. The audience experience Hendrik(TM)s nightmare, but the intensity doesn(TM)t hold throughout the film.

Sal W (it) wrote: I consider this one to be a cult classic.Try watching it with the commentary as well you'll enjoy it even more.

Borris Brato Ghosh G (nl) wrote: The Eiger Sanction (1975)

Jason R (es) wrote: Pretty typical of a Japanese giant monster film. The movie takes a long time to get going and then Godzilla and the other monsters of "Monsterland" are rarely seen until the brawl at the end. Most of the movie revolves around the astronauts from the moon base (it is the distant future of 1999) fighting aliens controlling the monsters. It is fun to see all big monsters in one place.

Shawn W (au) wrote: Game warden and wife in Africa raise four lion cubs after their mother is shot. They keep their favourite but later must train her to survive in the wild, which had never been done before. True story. Helped by being shot in Kenya.