Major Jasbir Singh Rana (Amitabh Bachchan) trains cadets to become officers in the national defence academy. A spoilt brat Virendra Pratap Singh (Ajay Devgan) joins the academy. Little does he know the major is a strict disciplinarian who takes a row to straighten him and make him a soldier. Thus starts a war between the two. In the meantime Virendra falls in love with a beautiful girl NISHA (Sonali Bendre) whose marriage was fixed by his father to a wealthy contractor's son. But the girl loves Virendra against her father's will and so starts the fight between Virendra and the girl's father supported by the contractor and his son with gang. Majorsaab helps Virendra to get his love and to change Virendra from spoilt brat to a good and brave soldier.
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Generoso F (ru) wrote: This short documentary was made up from the same footage that produced the superb 1997 film "When We Were Kings" about the famed George Foreman/Muhammad Ali fight in Zaire. I wondered then if any substantial footage was taken from the adjoining concert and low and behold twelve years later we have "Soul Power". Needless to say that the live footage of artists like The Spinners, James Brown, Miriam Makeba and Celia Cruz at the height of their careers is priceless and makes this well worth seeing. So is the footage early in the film of the organization of the event which was made more difficult when the fight between Ali and Foreman was postponed. My only issue with the documentary is that unlike "When We Were Kings" or the superior concert film "Wattstax", the social commentary provided by the artists at that time is not particularly framed well and thus some statements come off more random and "amusing" and less thought provoking than they would have been if "Soul Power" had given you a better picture of the social climate in Zaire and the States at that time. What remains is an entertaining film but one that would've had more impact.
Dean S (gb) wrote: Probably my favourite Adam Sandler movie. For most of the movie he is typical Sandler but there are moments when he acts a bit serious and the movie conveys the message that we should all value what we have (friends and family) because once they are gone, they are gone for good.
Private U (jp) wrote: Hard to stomach..But great acting
Jordan S (br) wrote: Mr. Nielsen, you are better than this.
Alex C (ca) wrote: Putting aside its pretentious, overly unnecessary long takes and empty dialogues, the film is as captivating a cinematic expression as the landscape scenery depicted throughout the time, reflecting on the solemnity of the characters' feeling (mostly Yumiko's). The decision to set the cinematography as natural as it is proves to be one of its greatest charms in resulting a firmly thoughtful, poetic cinema that plays like a song of eulogy. Technically, it is a masterful film, but the intended purpose of imitating Ozu and Mizoguchi sways its focus, compelling the viewers to scrutinize the stylish beauty and eventually compare it to its originators, rather than reflecting on its own right. That's too unfortunate, since otherwise it would be a tremendous piece.
Tammie C (us) wrote: i didn't expect to actually like this movie. It turned out that I found it rather intriguing. I think the most beautiful scene in the movie is the last one. Even if it is tragic.
Greg W (de) wrote: good transformation here 4 its time
Brian B (mx) wrote: While trying to clear his name, Tommy Nelson turns himself invisible with the help of a scientist. He uses Abbott and Costello to find how to get his life back. Plenty of laughs along the way especially during the boxing match.
Joseph H (it) wrote: Saw 5 is not a great sequel by any Means but still adds to the story and the musical score by Charlie Clouser has gotten even more epic but over all don't see it unless you are a die hard Saw fan.
Lauren E (gb) wrote: I lied; I haven't seen it. It still gets 5 stars.