Mummy & Me

Mummy & Me

Mummy and Me' tells the story of a nuclear family that consists of a dad, mom and daughter who love each other a bit too much. Jewel (Archana Kavi) is the only daughter of Joseph (Mukesh) and Clara (Urvasi). This family so much seems like an ideal one for everyone else but for its members

The film revolves around a family of Jewel. She is a college student and likes independence. She has a very caring mother, who fears everything jewel do and a loving father. She hates her ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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scott g (de) wrote: a great entertaining slice of asian cinema, with some great fight scenes looking fresh, a amazing feat consideing the history of asian action, directed greatly and the story of 2 brothers connecting again a interestuing one, a film about destiny and myths, all done greatly, eye catching action throughout a great joy

Pauline S (br) wrote: Kept me interested from start to finish

Darrin C (it) wrote: Has a good feel throughout with decent acting. The script worked and is heart-felt yet still provides some good laughs.

Adam D (gb) wrote: Decent movie, nothing special, seen worse

Hope and Joy (es) wrote: For all the girls who don't like westerns this will change your mind. This is a true women's movie.

Adam D (nl) wrote: Cute modern day retelling of Charles Dickens' tale, some moderate overacting at times, otherwise decent

Danny L (ag) wrote: Easily one of the best action films of the 80s. Legendary actor Carl Weathers stars as Jericho "Action" Jackson, a cop who is investigating a corrupt Detroit industrialist when Sharon Stone shows up and Vanity sings a song or two. Like scenes involving testicles in jars with a strong Jesus message? This film is the one you're looking for!

James H (mx) wrote: What an amazing film. Filled with remarkable performances from the entire cast. Excellent throughout, great screenplay and direction, superb cinematography. Very memorable.

Brian R (us) wrote: "I've come to tell you what I see. There are great darknesses. Farther than time itself. And beyond the darkness... a light that glows, changes... and in the centre of the universe... the eye that sees us all." A masterpiece from horror maestro Roger Corman. Dr. James Xavier develops eyedrops intended to increase the range of human vision, allowing one to see beyond the "visible" spectrum into the ultraviolet and x-ray wavelengths and beyond. These maverick researchers being what they are, he decides to test the eyedrops on himself. This is a bad idea. My favourite actor Ray Milland plays Xavier as a boffin of the old school - he uses a bunsen burner to light a fag, and he can't help but enjoy the benefits of his enhanced vision when surrounded by dancing girls at a party (they're in the buff you see). But then it all starts to go wrong and he sees too much. So much that he can't comprehend what he's seeing and it drives him mad. It's a brilliant little film and although the 1963 special effects will probably leave many pairs of 21st century eyes quite unimpressed, to me they just add to the immense charm of the piece. A film that will make you very uneasy about using Optrex. SPECTARAMA!