After the passing away of her parents, Anita Kumar now lives with her paternal uncle, Kumar; his wife, Seema; and Seema's brother, Vikram. The family's business is taken over by Kumar, who uses some money to buy an old mansion deep in the countryside of Rana. Seema would like Anita to marry her brother, but Anita has already given her heart to Sunil, who runs a photo studio and is poor. This does not go over well with the Kumars, and they forbid her to see Sunil anymore. Then, when Kumar goes to take possession of the mansion, Anita's friends Shobha and Anand ask her if they can visit the mansion and also invite Sunil secretly. They also invite several other friends, including Sunil's assistant Manghu and travel via a bus. What the group does not know that is the mansion holds an evil secret, and that beneath the mansion, locked in a dungeon by its very own biological father, lies a monster, evil beyond imagination--and its primary diet is human meat!!
Deanna B (br) wrote: Sadly not one of his best films
Epifania A (us) wrote: Nikita Mikhalkov's version of the movie, "12 Angry Men," far outstrips the 1957 original and its 1997 remake. His filmmaking is gripping at the level of human emotion and how it often drives so called rationality. The characterization in 12 is amazing and the acting superb!!! It shows how it is possible for one person to change the course of presumed (Chechen) history, in-between accounts of aspects of today, yesterday and, possibly, tomorrow's Russia. Beautiful!! Absolutely Beautiful!!! 12 makes you dislike, and cringe at, those who act out abject, uncensored 'racism' based on real fears, as well as love and cheer for those who fight for justice in the shape of a fair trial based on assessments of fact as presented/ deducted; simply because this is everyone's due right.
Jake C (br) wrote: Wonderful documentary about a very talented, opinionated and sometimes unpleasant man. My man Neil Gaiman has many insights into Harlan and it is fun to see their friendship.
Ruben A (kr) wrote: it plays on hbo once in a while, i'll try to catch a watch
Dathan R (ag) wrote: This sequel does everything to make a mockery of the godzilla franchize, do everything to be not Godzilla, and just all around be a bad film. And boy do I love it, this movie is so full of stupidity, that you just have to laugh at the whole thing.
Jason B (au) wrote: A couple of years ago Gone with the Wind would have been the longest film I had ever watched. It is a mammoth film that we had to break into two days due to poor planning on our start time. I doubt there is anything that I can say that has not been said before. I find Gone with the Wind is a very pleasurable film experience. There are some flaws throughout which forced a viewer to watch the film with eyes of America in 1939. The film does a very bad job with the representation of slavery and in many cases glamorizes the "sacrifices" that the south had to make after the Civil War. That said it is important to look at the character of Scarlet O'Hara who gave some people their first look at a strong and independent woman in a glamourous Hollywood film. So where do you draw the line? Parity has been very important to me since I have starting actively reviewing films. When there are so many movies which treat women as something no more important than a coat rack it seems important to penalize films for this. Just as importantly, however, is how diverse the film is, Gone with the Wind is fairly diverse and if the filmmakers took the time to fully realize these characters on a historical level I could easily see myself giving the film a 10 in this category; a score that I have never given. Instead I gave the film a 6. It is also important to note that the photography itself is magnificent, especially the vivid Technicolor. From start to finish there is always a splash of color at which you could marvel and you would be hard pressed to find such a vividly colored film of the same era. Gone with the Wind earns a high recommendation.
Michael B (fr) wrote: As the first Harry Potter film or is very nostalgic to me. At rewatching it, I can say that it does hold up. It as a great movie with some of the best child actors ever put to film and a really great story and world set up. As for faults, the movie has some quite dated effects and the movie's tone doesn't match with the others in the franchise.
Alehee N (ag) wrote: The best comedy movie and best movie in general. Why isn't this an Oscar winner yet?
Michael Angelo G (gb) wrote: A Favorite of mine is the best