Mirch Masala

Mirch Masala

he film opens with an arrogant subedar (Naseeruddin Shah) (local tax collector in colonial India) and his soldiers rampaging through a village. The subedar has an eye for women and soon spots Sonbai (Smita Patil) on the riverbank. Sonbai is an intelligent, beautiful and strong woman. Her confidence intrigues the subedar.

In colonial India, subedars (tax collectors) went from village to village, with soldiers, often demanding more than taxes. A subedar commands Sonbai, a beautiful and confidant women whose ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mirch Masala torrent reviews

Anthony A (au) wrote: Very much a B-grade Tarantino/Reservoir Dogs clone. I did think that Mark Hamill was great chewing up the scenery. Fairly entertaining rental recommendation.

jess l (de) wrote: so sweet & I can never turn down Queen Latifah! she's just so positive & fun! what a wonderful role model for our young girls...

Cameron M (us) wrote: The cultural cringe at its finest. Truly funny one liners and "out there" sense of humour makes it a favourite of mine.

Todd G (ag) wrote: The film that started Bill Murray's career. There will never be another movie as good as this. How wayne knight didn't win an Oscar for this is beyond me. Also a very convincing performance by Michael Jordan playing Michael Jordan.

Sydney C (fr) wrote: Watched it over 10 times.

Tony P (fr) wrote: Charles Bronson (the actor not the category A UK prisoner) is back as probably his most famous character Paul Kearsey last seen in the first Death Wish film some 6 or 7 years earlier. Kearsey you may remember from his first film murdered 9 in a vigilante killing streak in New York. For this film the setting is Los Angeles.The film begins with Kearsey again suffering personal loss as his housekeeper is raped, daughter abducted, raped and tragically killed in her bid for freedom from her captors (some young LA scum).The turn of events are enough to turn Kearsey vigilante again. The film has the feel of an episode of 1980s TV show The A-Team with the LA location shoot.The LA police department call for advice of their counterparts in New York. The NYPD if you remember let Kearsey go and don't want that fact to be public knowledge. Both the main star Bronson and the director Michael Winner are now no longer with us. Look out for a young Laurence Fishburne as one of the muggers Cutter.The violence although quite shocking at the time of the film's release is now quite tame. We do live in a computer game Grand Theft Auto era.The film paved the way for more and ever cheaper sequels in the franchise during the eighties.

Roy C (de) wrote: Legitimate warning for not playing God.

Garrett C (kr) wrote: Covers familiar ground in a rather dull manner. I've never been one for minimalism.

Gary W (jp) wrote: This movie caught me by surprise amazing cast and a great script.

Joshua C (it) wrote: If you lower your expectations enough, and then if you lower them even more, you might just enjoy Date and Switch, but it's not that easy. Charming and more familiar faces (trust me, there are a lot of them) can only make a dud into a slightly-more-watchable dud.

David L (it) wrote: Octopussy isn't the worst Bond film as it has a memorable setting and some amusing scenes, but it is still so bland and forgettable in plot, very weak in its characterization and just way too overwhelming and even silly in its action that it ended up being one of the lesser, more campy and ridiculous entries in the franchise.

Dave W (nl) wrote: Kevin Durand did a much better job with his brooding character than the script should have allowed. This was a rendition of JAWS in the woods. Jack Heller must've figured if not seeing the shark worked for Spielberg, it'll work for me. Much of this film is cliche'd pieces of other works but there is a texture that keeps fooling you into thinking something cool is about to happen.... except it doesn't. It turns from a moody suspenseful yarn into a creature feature with less than impressive creature design but don't worry, there's a twilight zone twist at the end that's supposed to tip in the net. If only the film was worth the ending credits design.