At the age of 7, Anand is caught by Tantrik Goraknath and is subsequently transformed into a snake by this sage. He is held captive in a box until 15 years has passed and Goraknath wants to obtain a priceless gemstone from wealthy Neelam, who's the only person that knows its location. And to carry out his task he decides to send Anand as a snake in the form of a human to Neelam, which Anand does, but both is attracted to each other, gets married and is settled down in Neelam's mansion. This gemstone is protected by two black snakes, whose magical powers has empowered Neelam's body, so that when Goraknath tries to harm Anand all his powers and mediations to Bhairavnath will all be in vain and for Neelam to project herself as the only snake god in the universe that has magical powers.
After the tragic deaths of his son, Ajit and daughter-in-law, Rajni, Raja Saheb decides to educate his grand-daughter, Neelam, in the city. Years later, Neelam has grown up and returns ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Joe A (es) wrote: Pretty ambitious feel and a pretty good one at that, but it's a little too Shaolin propaganda-ish. And although I like the idea of Shaolin being able to change evil, the time in which it takes is unrealistic.Films has got some really good action and decent fight scenes. and the acting is pretty darn good too.
Larry C (ru) wrote: Evan Rachel Woods is wonderful, charming and sweet. Larry David destroys this movie. He is like Woody allen without the charm and good looks. Seriously Larry David is disgusting.
Aron F (ca) wrote: NOW WE MATCH YAY !!!
Guto C (jp) wrote: For a Walter Salles film, I was expecting something on the same level as Central Station, but no, this one is very frustrating. The characters are not as dense and captive as they could be.
Chantal G (es) wrote: a great skating movie
Chris G (gb) wrote: A combination of horror and sci-fi that loses it's mind and does it's best to stop making sense in the third act.
Douglas L (nl) wrote: Pauly is very one dimensional, but his short run in films during the early 90's will always have a special place in my heart. Has some good dry humour in it, as well as the boot camp scenes made me crack up!
Vicky P (ca) wrote: I remember mail ordering the VHS from Britain. It's an endearing though predictable little film.
Pavan R (gb) wrote: A typical Reynolds..cool..action flick..quite entertaining overall !!
Blair K (mx) wrote: was drawn to this movie b/c i like 80s movies in general. overrall a interesting movie.
CJ C (fr) wrote: "It's a Gucci shoe. Any cow with money can buy a Gucci shoe... but this one belongs to the real lady who has a Gucci foot! There is some difference." Funny, yet sad. Middle age does strange things to a woman and its even harder when your family is crazy too. I can't get over she tries to poison her dog tho.
Tyler S (gb) wrote: Featuring a decent cast of comedy characters, this over vulgar fast paced silly comedy didn't do anything for me. It goes fast and the only benefit that had for me was thankfully this is over.It just made absolutely no sense and the vulgarity was absurd.
Janiece H (ca) wrote: A movie full of laughter, and surprises. The movie ?Friday? is the first of a trilogy. It?s worth a trip to the theater. However if you?re the type who can?t control their laughter; it?s better shown at home on the big screen. Main characters Chris Tucker and Ice Cube or better known as ?Smokey?, and ?Craig? in the movie have a funny and unforgettable way of entertaining the audience with a porch front comedy on how a normal Friday shouldn?t go. Chris Tucker?s jokes will have you on the floor out of breath laughing. While Ice Cube?s serious role keeps the movie suspiciousness going in the movie. You can watch this 90?s film over and over again and still shed the same tears from laughing, like it?s your first time watching the movie. Friday, leaves you wondering and waiting for the next which is just as good?
Matthew F (ag) wrote: It was alright. But I've never been a fan of Kutcher.
esteban c (es) wrote: Look a little large budget but very entertaining
Frit F (ca) wrote: ExcellentWoody Allen's best film that I have seen so far.