Kurukshetra is a story of war between evil and truth. The D.S.P Prithvi Raj Singh(Sanjay Dutt) is an honest and brave police officer.All dishonest police officers , rogues, criminals and corrupt politicians are scared of him. The day he joins duty in Mumbai city, he destroys all the illegal business of Iqbal Pasina(Mukesh Rishi). From that day onwards, Iqbal Pasina starts admiring DSP Prithvi Raj Singh.Prithvi Raj Singh with his wife, Anjali (Mahima Chaudhary) and sister, Aarti is living a happy life. Aarti is in love with Sub-Inspector Avinash
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Davin G (gb) wrote: If you love classic cars, watch this.
Michael F (ru) wrote: Horrible. Wait...correction...laughably horrible. Do what my friends and I did and rent this movie knowing that you are about to watch one of THE most poorly made films in the history of movie-making. Make it a drinking game like we did! "Terrible special FX! Drink!" "Horrible acting! Drink!" "Used the same set for a sewer and a space ship! Drink!" Honestly...it's terrible. I felt bad after I rented this because I knew that somewhere, some @$$hole was profitting from this crap. "The Hunter looks completely different in the movie than he looks on the box! Drink!"
Wassachol S (fr) wrote: The production is good.The score is great.The plot is interesting.But I think the film isn't so fresh.Maybe it's not the way Pen-Ek should film.His masterpiece always be 'Last Life in the Universe',which I've been falling in love with for a long time,since then until now.
Chase K (fr) wrote: I loved this documentary! Good look back at surfing history :)
Jason D (au) wrote: In a post-apocalyptic world where World War III wages in the futuristic late-90's, a small group of military deserters take refuge from acid rain in an abandoned research facility where the worst is yet to come as they encounter a large alien-like monster, mutated rats, and human baby/alien hybids in this hilarious campy, corny, low budget monster flick. The film was directed by cult low-budget directing king David DeCoteau, whose list of films stretches for miles and miles; many of which under different disguised pseudonyms. The two most familiar faces in this group include the two female leads: Linnea Quigley (Return of the Living Dead, Savage Streets, etc) in heyday and showing off that hot body of hers before she wrecked it with an overabundance of drugs, and Kim McKamy (aka pornstar Ashlyn Gere) in an early non-nude role before she went on to take cocks in the mouth and butt. Given this films ridiculou name, one should be well away of what they are getting into with a film like Creepozoids. The effects aren't actually that bad (though I'm of the old school and much rather prefer these types rather than CGI), but the overall story and acting scream campy and unintentional comedy gold. Thank goodness it's barely 70 minutes long. Worth a watch just for its corny 80's allure, especially with friends and booze.
Banana G (us) wrote: THIS US MY FAVORITE MOVIE!!!!!!!
Jarrod N (br) wrote: Not my kind of movie. And the music drove me insane.
Marcus W (mx) wrote: Lesbian nuns who have a pet tiger, snort drugs, and write softcore porn. Typical Almodovar then...
Ugly T (ag) wrote: watched it in 1973 first and last time. I'm not a big fan of jap sci-fi, sorry. Sometimes they have the good dose of idiocy, which i like, but generally they are too naive. I'll review very few of those jap monsters!
John K (gb) wrote: Gun fights, car chases, running through the forest, smoking weed, and Lumbergh from Office Space. This stoner comedy/action/adventure is probably guaranteed to be somewhere in the top 10 best stoner movies ever.
Anh H (jp) wrote: These guys are great actors, and they sure had a good time filming this. Does that make the movie good? Nope.