It's the true story of a Punjabi woman named Kiranjit Ahluwalia who leaves India to marry a London-based guy, only to be badly abused. She ends up in prison for murdering her abusive husband. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Provoked: A True Story
It's the true story of a Punjabi woman named Kiranjit Ahluwalia who leaves India to marry a London-based guy, only to be badly abused. She ends up in prison for murdering her abusive husband.
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Justin J (es) wrote: D-Shady acting, a terrible script, and no lighting which made it too dark to make out what was happening. Also there were way to many characters, I couldn't remember anyone's name by the time the credits started to roll.
Petros T (it) wrote: It is watchable and has its moments but it's bereft of big laughs and feels like a lot of its potential was wasted. It's also alarmingly worrying how you get crap, piss, farts and puke in, like, the first 20 minutes (sorry for the spoilers), and then all of a sudden you get lessons on life and friendship. What's even more alarmingly worrying is that half the time it actually works.
Movie F (ca) wrote: I enjoyed this film, it had a pretty good plot, good cast, and brought a lot of laughs, this is definitely a good film to watch with the family, and I must say that the Segway scenes was pretty great.
Deidra R (mx) wrote: Great Film, Something about it is just funny, and lots of drama scenes!
Devin C (us) wrote: Want to see this based on the talented Jon Favreau's merits alone.
Oscar T (fr) wrote: Buena pelicula sobre el azar y el destino, muy britanica, y con una muy interesante historia y buenas actuaciones.
Roy J (ca) wrote: Absolutely outstanding film, done with a huge amount of humour to lighten the content.. Brilliantly done and I personally have a DVD copy, which I adore seeing
Philip R (gb) wrote: Before he scored big with the Sci-Fi/Disaster hits STARGATE, INDEPENDENCE DAY, THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW and 2012, German director Roland Emmerich replaced THE FUGITIVE director Andrew Davis to helm the Tri-Star/Carolco Pictures Action/Sci-Fi movie UNIVERSAL SOLDIER. Released in 1992, Two U.S. Army soldiers, the homeward bound Private Luc Devreaux (Jean-Claude Van Damme) and the psychotic Sergeant Andrew Scott (Dolph Lundgren), kill each other during a deadly Confrontation in 1969 Vietnam. Twenty-Five Years Later, both Devreaux and Scott are brought back to life, along with a large group of other previously dead soldiers, for a secret government program of an elite counter terrorism unit called UniSols, aka Universal Soldiers. They are genetically enhanced, unstoppable killing machines without memory, feelings or free will. Meanwhile, a snoopy and cocky news reporter named Veronica Roberts (Ally Walker) stumbles upon the secret of the UniSols. But when Devreaux and Scott begin to regain patches of memory from their former lives, Devreaux escapes, along with Veronica, from the program, leading Scott to go on a blood lust chase across the west to find them and kill them. The film also stars Ed O?? Ross (Red Heat) as UniSol Commander in Charge Colonel Perry, Leon Rippy (Eight Legged Freaks) as UniSol technician Dr. Woodward Haynes, Tommy ??Tiny?? Lester (Friday) and Ralf Moeller (Ridley Scott??s Gladiator) as UniSols GR55 and GR74, and Jerry Orbach (TV??s Law and Order) as UniSol creator Dr. Christopher Gregor. I remember seeing this movie when I was a little kid and the only scene that I remember watching was the first part of the diner scene and that was it. I finally saw the whole movie when I was eighteen and I loved it. I had no idea that Emmerich directed this movie and I must say that this is one of the best films he has ever made next to Independence Day, The Day After Tomorrow, and 2012. Both Van Damme and Lundgren's performances were both awesome and fantastic, and the final scene between them at Van Damme's character's home was great. This was the final film that was to be recorded in CDS (Cinema Digital Sound), an early digital sound format that would later form to DTS. Mainstream critics dismissed the movie as a TERMINATOR 2 clone, or as a typical, mindless action film. While it was poorly received by other critics, the film grossed $10,057,084 from 1,916 theaters with a $5,249 per screen average and taking the 2nd spot. From there, it made $36,299,898 in US ticket sales, becoming a moderate hit. Overseas, it was much more popular, mostly opening at #1, making over $65 million overseas, which earned the film a total of $102 million worldwide, on a $23 million budget that was filmed throughout the state of Arizona and some interiors in Los Angeles during the late summer of 1991. UNIVERSAL SOLDIER is one of the best action movies I have ever seen and when you watch it, you'll love it too.
Joe A (kr) wrote: Blacula is one of the best examples of the 70's blaxploitation films refered to in today's politically correct times as Soul Cinema. Not only does it properly represent the era but, it is also simply a good horror flick, providing some legitimate chills and thrills, as well as, a bit of bittersweet romance too. As directed by William Crain, the tale of an African prince cursed to become the undead by Dracula himself and released from his ages old prison in modern day (at the time) L.A., is a very entertaining movie even without the added 70s nostagia factor. A big part of it's success is the casting of Shakespearean actor William Marshall (know to many of today's movie fans as The King Of Cartoons from Pee Wee's Playhouse) in the lead role. Marshall brings a sense of power and nobility to the cursed African prince, Mamuwalde and knows exactly how and when to bring the monster to life when called upon. He even succeeds in making him sexy and sympathetic at the appropriate moments. He is supported by a good cast that brings life to what could have been two dimensional roles including Vonette McGee as Tina, a woman who resembles Blacula's lost love Luva (also McGee) and veteran actor Thalmus Rasulala as a Dr. Gordon Thomas, a forensics investigator who is helping the police investigate a rash of mysterious deaths. Three guesses who's responsible for those. Sure it's campy fun at this point and the FX are cheesy by today's high standards but, that doesn't negate the work of those in front of and behind the camera. A classic of more than one genre.EXTRA TRIVIA: It was William Marshall himself who worked with the filmmakers to give the character nobility and is responsible for his origin's as an African Prince which was not part of the original script.
Jesse K (kr) wrote: Such a good character study. I'm not even sure why I loved this so much, there wasn't anything particular that blew me away. But it felt so well done (and the cinematography is stunning).
Private U (ca) wrote: few things are more fun than eating brains!
Rachel Y (nl) wrote: When Leon choked :) :P hahahahaha and when he did the piggy noise. Phew!Missing one star because of the bloody scene(s)...but without them the movie won't be complete
Kevin M W (jp) wrote: Unfortunately, one of those mass produced computer animated affairs (it seems like there's a ton of 'em) that finds actual storytelling a bothersome detail. What remains is a work that looks and sounds as if it were made for the kiddies but in actuality was made specifically for the moms of those kiddies, a little bit of encouragement for simply being moms (which, as I understand it, is a thankless job, or so I've heard), if not for only listening to toddler conversation for weeks at a time. If that was the case, why not actually write something for those moms with some meat in it instead of only breast milk?
Dena S (br) wrote: It was an okay movie, although they didnt use the same girl as the first one and i found that boring but it was an okay watch.