Maan Gaye Mughall-E-Azam
When the Kalakar Theatre Company, a theatre group in Goa, attempts to stage a political drama, the local authorities close down the play and force them to perform a more traditional play, a stage version of Mughal-E-Azam. The company then discovers that an underworld don is engineering a bomb blast to shake confidence in the Indian government. The drama company forms a plan to save the entire city from the blast.
- Stars:LaVar Veale, Mallika Sherawat, Rahul Bose, Paresh Rawal, Kay Kay Menon, Mehul Buch, Tanaaz Currim Irani, Zakir Hussain, Balwant Jadhav, Manoj Joshi, Viju Khote, Kunal Kumar, Aditya Lakhia, Dinesh Lamba, Pavan Malhotra, Madhav Moghe,
- Director:Sanjay Chhel,
- Writer:Sanjay Chhel, Sunil Munshi (screenplay)
Shortly before bomb-blasts rocked Bombay during 1993, India's Research and Analysis Wing assigns Arjun Rastogi to hilariously infiltrate a dance troupe 'Kalakar Theater Company' in St. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Maan Gaye Mughall-E-Azam torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Une bonne comdie qui m'a vraiment bien fait rire. Il ne faut pas aller la voir srieusement !
(mx) wrote: Just a mess of a film. There were good actors in this film, but the writing was awful. I hadn't read the books and was completely befuddled as to what the heck was going on. When I did understand, I was underwhelmed.
(fr) wrote: This had a couple funny moments, but had more of a documentary feel to it. I wonder how many of these people were in on the joke ? then it would be funnier. For example, if he truly took the wrong kid home from the mountain and left his adopted kid up there. If I knew 100% that was real, then it would be hilarious. I was glad to see Pauly back in action though?
(kr) wrote: Stylish but not altogether engaging.
(it) wrote: I'm pretty sure the original title for this film was "How Can I Get a Fairly Well Known Hollywood Actress to Give Me a Blow Job on Camera?" But of course they had to change it. This movie was terrible, awful, waste of time, atrocious. Vincent Gallo's name is pretty much every other line in the credits which is why I'm sure the original title really was what I listed above. It's supposed to be about a lonely motorcycle racer that tries to replace his "love" with other women. Horrible script, story, camera work, etc. I have no idea why Chloe Sevigny signed for this role. Only thing remembered about this film is that she gives fellatio topless to finish to the director (which is probably why this film has over 8,000 reviewer ratings).
(mx) wrote: "Ahhhh!" (This is said many times when someone is eatem. This is one of the limited quotes I can remember. Proves how lazy the screenwriter was) I am completely aware that Arachnid was only made to be a fluffy entertainment piece showcasing a giant spider eating people. Despite this, I found the movie to be the furthest thing from a decent slice of entertainment. Instead I was fed this stupid, cheesy, barely memorable poppycock that could be beaten by a student film! I can't honestly believe that this film was marketed as being an addition to the horror genre because I didn't find anything remotely scary about this horrible mess other than the terrifying thought that people actually gave money to filmmakers to get this thing made. The story of the film is basically about a group of people who are terrorised by some giant mutated spider. Well...how impressive is that? This is a plot that has been reused for a countless number of monster movies, most of which score as much better quality than this rubbish. One of principal things that stuck out for me here was the terrible screenplay and the bad actors involved. It's truly painful how conventional and by-the-book all the characters are. There must be a book for screenwriters to turn to for ideas on what characters to include. Spider expert who is an easy target? Check. Big-breasted girl for show? Check. Dumb characters to get knocked off first? Check. Smart character that swoops in and saves the day? Check. A few tough-looking soldiers to die in triumphant, heroic ways? Check. From the first few scenes we can comfortably predict which characters are going to die, and in which order. The script is filled with cheesy, dull dialogue. And none of the actors appear to make an effort. The special effects were cheesy and laughable. The animation honestly looks like a group of students made a dodgy clay model. They aren't even slightly impressive. If you want the special effects to look just marginally striking then you'll need to get drunk - fast! All this film has to show for is a bit of gore and a spider killing people in predictable ways. What I also picked up is that when the spider is shot the bullets comfortably fly off the thing's body with no effect at all. For the final showdown the hero picks up a gun and suddenly the thing is vulnerable! In the style of Anaconda the film is nothing more than a trip into clichd territory. I found the film so clichd it was almost to the point of offence. It will lower your IQ because of how incredibly appalling the film is! Arachnid is a foolish, juvenile, laughable B-Grade horror movie. Despite some action, the film is also incredibly boring. I was watching it with some friends who had fallen asleep half-way through the movie. I wish I could have done the same thing. The film is not at all scary, thrilling or even entertaining. I've seen better quality movies produced on a budget of $5.
(it) wrote: Far-fetched or ahead of its time? #holdsup #hbogo
(fr) wrote: A nice film to watch in the afternoon though not fantastic.
(br) wrote: Funny how I'm pretty sure I've only seen this once until today. This is one of the best action movies ever made. It proved that Bruce Willis was (whether you like it or not) a box office draw and it certainly raised the standard for action movies. A great time.Rewatch notes: Pretty much nothing much needed to add. Everything here is great. A lovely film debut of Alan Rickman.
(ca) wrote: Pretty weak with the usual pseudo scientific gibberish
(ag) wrote: 91% It turns out Disney isn't the only one dishing out animated works with lots of charm, and stuffed with memorable characters and moral messages. Not only did Shrek do that, but it also weaved its way into many classic fairy tales, and put Dream Works on the map.
(jp) wrote: I probably am rating this movie higher than I would if I watched it with anyone else.
(nl) wrote: It's a film that feels a bit like John Wick in the filmmakers' decision to tell a simple, straight forward story, focusing on kick-ass, with just enough misdirection to make the odd plot twist feel well earned. And if "Died" suffers from the comparison to Wick in the action realm it more than recoups with Henry Rollins' performance. He crushes this character. This is a film that feels a bit like First Blood. A tight, well told story featuring a fascinatingly inscrutable character that we need to see again, on a bigger stage. Henry Rollins was born to play this character.