Runaway wealthy heiress, Raksha, joins a traveller, Madan, in a small truck, heading toward the home of his uncle, Manoharlal. When they reach their destination, they are informed that ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Alan V (br) wrote: Interesting but mediocre crime drama, with an impressive sense of place.
Tavis B (de) wrote: I can only listen to hippies whine for so long before rolling my eyes out of instinct.
Mason W (nl) wrote: Introducing the Dwights is a good comedy starring the very delightful Brenda Blethyn. The Dwights are a family lead by the single and divorced mother (Blethyn). This family with two children live in Australia. This movie centers on a mother whom is a comedian and is noticing her son is getting old enough to have his attentions be on a young lady. The realization that he may not be all her own and live at home is something difficult for her to take. A good and funny movie.
Jennifer H (jp) wrote: When you search for this movie on here, Surf Ninjas comes up as well.
CHARLIE (nl) wrote: GOOD MOVIE WORTH WATCHING
Michael H (mx) wrote: Basically throws the rules the previous two movies had set up out the windiw! Pinhead is a shadow of his former self, spouting blasphemous puns and creating technological Cenobites that are verging on the ridiculous
Blair K (kr) wrote: one of my absolute faves. i really enjoyed it and the sequel. lots of action and intensity. highly recommend!
Gavin D (nl) wrote: creative and strange
Jeff B (us) wrote: The perfect blend of "Apocalypse Now" insanity and cinematography right out of "The Wild Bunch." Ed Harris is superb here--somewhat of a more extreme precursor to his Francis X. Hummel character from "The Rock"--and Marlee Matlin and Blanca Guerra shine in their supporting roles. But, Peter Boyle steals the show every time he's on-screen.
Michael W (it) wrote: Seedy and gritty fare from Producer Roger Corman featuring a runaway teen forced to the street and her abusive, hot-headed pimp who exploits her. Variety magazine hailed the film as delivering 'more than its share of sex and violence' and does have, for the most part, credible characters.
Stuart M (br) wrote: A good film about four friends canoeing down a soon to be flooded river. I thought it was clever how the sense of dread and terror turns out to be largely unfounded as only the two rapists are shown to be evil while the seemingly threatening hillbillies prove to be harmless enough. Which explains their overreacting.
Vincent S (mx) wrote: The best movie ever made about divorce! Top 25 movies of the 80s!
Smarty S (ag) wrote: A decade passed between the first and second time I saw this film. It's so bizarre. I continue to try to find a place for it in my brain. I don't in all ways love it, but it's interesting and odd.
B S (ca) wrote: Before there was "The Craft" there was The Crap. Early TV-movie horror directed by Wes Craven [before he came to his senses and created Freddy Krueger] and based on a novel by Lois Duncan ("I Know What You Did Last Summer"). The film stars Linda Blair of "The Exorcist." Filled with cheesy plot devices and characters right out of "Scooby Doo" [Look for the old guy neighbor who HAPPENS to be an expert on the occult], a dunderhead of a script and one of the greatest (worst) late 70s catfights ever filmed... seriously, there's big hair everywhere. It's like watching Muppets wrestle. Why remake good movies when this is still collecting dust somewhere?
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