Narayan works as a laborer on the farmland owned by businessman, Ratan Kumar, in Ramnagar, who also has a rubber estate in Singapore. Although Narayan was an ex-convict, Ratan had assisted ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Narayan works as a laborer on the farmland owned by businessman, Ratan Kumar, in Ramnagar, who also has a rubber estate in Singapore. Although Narayan was an ex-convict, Ratan had assisted ...
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Danielle S (ag) wrote: I haven't read the book, but the movie was beautifully done. Excellent acting.
Robert G (es) wrote: This is a really hard movie to review. The whole idea of the Grindhouse movies was to replicate some of the old goofy horror movies in the 70s. They accomplish that, but as far as from what I would call a traditional "good" movie, this is not. But all the same I really enjoyed it. The dialogue is a bit cheesy and the movie story itself is kinda stupid. To me anyway, but that is why I have difficulty here, I am not a fan of excessive gore ore horror. That is why this is a hard movie to review, it is supposed to be that way. Both of these movies are the brain child of best friends Tarantino and Rodriguez. They are very unique and in my book must see movies. Personally I like the other Grindhouse movie better, Tarantino's Death Proof probably mainly because there is less gore. Plenty of gore still and I feel it has better character development.
Rodney P (kr) wrote: A self-indulgent mess but that does not matter because Asia Argento smeared all over this movie like . . .
Adam A (fr) wrote: It may seem like your bland, typichal thriller with a quite booring set-up, which it is. However, in the later it cathes you on with some clever twists that make up fot the time you think you lost.
Thomas P (us) wrote: Decent concept - clunky, stilted, and un-interesting.Don't bother.
Kevin H (de) wrote: Not very funny....a little Joe Pesci goes a loooong way...
Craig L (gb) wrote: This is definitely one of the most hilariously awful movies I've ever seen... and I've seen quite a few Uwe Boll movies. I think the Pepto-Bismol scene is probably the best.